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Monday, January 17, 2022

Novak Djokovic Loses Appeal, Leaves Australia

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    1. I’m a fan of Djok, admire his guts and will to win. Intelligent player, magaling talaga. His mind over matter ability to win despite being behind in sets is admirable but he DESERVES this. Turn off that he is anti vaccination and his excuses in this case the Australian open are soooo lame and questionable. Hope you can earn back our trust and admiration Djok

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    2. Sa zoom na lang daw sya maglalaro

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    3. First prize, $3 million or P150 million. His choice, his loss.

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    1. Novax Novac, sayang ka!

      Sportsperson ka pa naman, and built on science ang training mo... sabay di ka naniniwala sa vaccine?

      O siya... good luck sa French Open, baka hanapan ka rin doon ng bakuna.

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  3. I'm a top lawyer pero this judge is not competent enough about Novak case

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    1. haha mukhang pera pera lang tong si lawyer

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    2. Anon 12:16 eh d sana ikaw na lng nag defend kay Novak.
      #Novak
      #Novax

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    3. ECHUSERA 12:16

      TOP lawyer ka dyan.
      baka BOTTOM kamo

      BWHAHAHAAH

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    4. Top lawyer daw 🤣 talaga lang ha

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    5. Which judge was not competent? There were three and their decision to uphold the visa cancellation was unanimous.

      Maybe stay out of Australian law instead of bragging about being a top lawyer but actually know nothing.

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    6. Bwhahahah booclaaa ka talaga 🤣🤣🤣 12:45

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    7. Choserang Top. Bottom ka huy

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    8. No top lawyer would ever say he is a top lawyer. You will hear it from other people.

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    9. I'm not a lawyer but the rule is very clear hahaha

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    10. 😄 🤣 nakakatawa talaga magbasa ng comments

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    11. Lol. Mga tao talaga dito. Why are we filipinos so opposed to confidence? If they are indeed a top lawyer and they tell you they're just "ordinary", that would be FALSE HUMILITY. What's wrong with recognizing your talent? "I'm a good doctor" or "I'm the best employee" or "I'm a top lawyer". #not1216

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    12. 1:28 correct

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    13. hoy ang aga aga akla!!! hahaha

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    14. I agree with 12:49. 12:16, I hope you know our Migration Act from "top" to "bottom" to justify what you said. Maybe you're not fully aware how Covid is affecting people who weren't able to see their loved ones. So many weren't able to see their dying family members & attend their funerals due to border restrictions.

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    15. What do you know about Australian Law?! Our laws here are far different from the Philippines! No one is above the law here. You come to our land, you follow our rules. Top lawyer ka jan!

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    16. 12:16, RULE IS RULE period.

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    17. RULES R RULES 12:16

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    18. Top lawyer ka kuno pero dun ka nagsiside sa nagsinungaling sa visa application nya? Tinanong sya kung nagtravel sya within the last 14 days bago sya pumunta ng Australia, sabi nya hindi pero ayun nahuli na galing pala sya sa Spain tapos hindi nagquarantine.

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    19. 12:16 so dapat bigyan ka ng, credibility na d competent yung judge (s) dahil top lawyer ka? kung top lawyer ka, dapat alam mo yung exercise of discretion by the executive is almost beyond the realm of court review unless there is grave abuse ofand discretion amounting to lack or excess ofof jurisdiction. dapat alam mo rinna that the grant of visa is a privilege and not a right. so kahit bngyan ka, pde sya irevoke and its reason behind is almost impossible to question kasi political question yun. and id say,based on how the 3 panel judges decided the case, the principles of law in AU are substantially the same sa PH laws. now, since alam ko na dk top lawyer, novax djokovid rabid fan ka lang malamang.

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    20. a top lawyer won't divulge in this kind of situation. baka top marites ka hahahah

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  4. After being so reckless, not isolating after testing positive, being vocal against vaccines, this is expected. DASURV!!!

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    1. Imagine positive na namuhay pa ng normal without isolation, kaya ng immune system nya eh yung mga nakasalamuha nya pano na? So irresponsible!

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    2. Kung vaccinated ka naman bakit ka matatakot. Siya dapat matakot kasi wala siyang vaccine

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    3. How can he spread Covid if he did not test positive ?

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    4. 12:48 positive sya bago sya nagpuntang Australia, ang dense ng brain mo

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    5. At 12:48 me incident before na positive siya and he didn't isolate and he admitted that. Try to read some news.

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    6. 12:48 positive po sya gurl.

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  5. Dapat lang. Dapat magcomply sa pupuntahan mong bansa. Sila nga rukes nila yan na dapat vaccinated..ikaw pupunta ka dun ng di nagpavaccine dahil ayaw mo

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    1. actually, bibigyan na sana sya ng health exemption provided covid free for 6 months pero nagsinungaling kasi sya. He tested positive, tas he broke his quarantine.. nagpainterview pa for a french magazine ata, and he went to multiple countries. Tama lang na ma cancel visa nya.

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  6. Sana all may public officials na totoong may malasakit sa bayan

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    1. Tatamaan nanaman yung fans ng mga pulitikong puro tulog lang ang alam.

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    2. Oh well wala tayo nyan sa pnas

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  7. magpa vaccinate kasi

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    1. Kahit magpa vaccinate pa siya.

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    2. Si Novak daw kasi sya kaya pinandigan na nyang novac din sya.

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  8. Buti naman. Selfish, liar, bad sport, false sense of entitlement. You will never be the greatest tennis player bec of your bad attitude.

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  9. Sad to see him go but rules are rules.

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  10. Rules that should be implemented should be complied by all. Where is Gwyneth Chua again?

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    1. 12:32 ayun. Yahay ang lyf, kasama si jowa. 🤮🙄🙄

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    2. Probably attending parties because of her connections.

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    3. Well fhat’s australia and gwyneth chua is from the philippines. Very different governments

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  11. I think what the government did was justifiable. Novax lied on his application for his visa. He did not declare that he travelled to multiple countries and tested positive to covid prior to arrival sa Melbourne. He knows all these pero bnlame nya agent nya. Australian law - he is in Australia kaya dapat i-follow.

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    1. True. Sya na nga ang dayo sya pa ba ang babali sa rules na dinatnan nya at yung mga nasa Melbourne ang magaadjust sa kanya

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    2. Isama na yung hindi din nag quarantine…feeling niya he can get away with it

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  12. Ganun tlaga rules are rules! Hello, Pilipinas mahiya nman kayo! Ganito ang isang tunay na bansa. 🤣 May mga athletes tlagang antivaxx at isa na yan. Nakipagmeet pa yan ng maraming tao maski may covid. Oh well, galing East European country din kasi yan at parang sa atin din mag isip. Lol

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    1. Naku dami pa daw pinagkakamayan at pinagyayakap nyan, di man lang inisip na nagcreate sya ng super spreader

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    2. Pero yung ibang athletes na antivaxxers hindi kasing kapal ng mukha nya. Kung hindi pwedeng maglaro dahil hindi vaccinated, hindi sila nagpupumilit.

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  13. He should've stayed quiet about getting an exemption. Masyado kasi syang mayabang, he just had to post on social media that he got preferential treatment. Eh di galit ang mga Australians who are still going through hard lockdown measures. His lunatic Dad made everything worse and he didn't tell his family to stop calling him Jesus and accusing Australia of "imprisoning" him.

    Going out maskless and meeting kids, and exposing the journalist team in that interview knowing he was positive really killed any goodwill many people had for him. If it's true he didn't receive the PCR results until after, he still should've been isolating until he got the results instead of exposing many people. And even after all that, he never apologized for his irresponsibility. Sinabi nya pa na he didn't want to let people down kaya he was okay exposing others to covid. His entitlement is disgusting.

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    1. Tnx for your gist 12:39 however I do not know about the Jesus thing. I guess I need further reading on his issue.

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    2. He can’t stay quiet. The media all around the world was watching him. He’s a vocal anti-vaxer and so all eyes were on him and people will know he got an exemption even him staying quiet. Australia is so strict with their vaccine rules and lockdowns.

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    3. Soooo true! Gustong patunayan na hindi naman needed ang vaccine. Anti-vaxx pala sya then why travel to somewhere na alam nyang iniimpose ang pagpapavaccine

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    4. In addition the dad asked Queen Elizabeth to intervene sa visa process. lol crazy

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    5. 1:07 no, him posting on IG about how he's gonna be in the Australian Open because he got an exemption alerted the Border authorities and they were waiting for him, they were ready to question and deny his visa. If he had not said anything and only dealt with immigration in private and only when he actually landed in Australia, maybe he and his lawyers would've had time to handle it better. Nakalabas na ang info dahil si Djokovic mismo ang naglaglag sa sarili nya at pinagyabang nya na his exemption was granted so he could enter Australia. Nagulat ang Border Force siguro dahil they have the final say on who gets to enter their country, but this guy bragging on IG that he'd come to Australia unvaccinated and flouting the rules made people turn against him right away.

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  14. Meanwhile sa Pilipinas galit na ayaw palabasin ang unvaxxed

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    1. Maraming factors why people are still not getting the vaccine. Misinformation, fear-mongering, arawan ang work they can’t take time off or else walang kakainin for the day (or days if their side effects are severe), and many others.

      Kaya nga the blame shouldn’t be on the people but on the lack of action that the government is taking para ma educate ang people on the need for vaccines.

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  15. I hope he will nit regret his action in the future if his family will be hit hard by covid

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    1. Well he made his choice..buhay nya yun. Mas ok na yung nanindigan ka sa choice mo kaysa naman sumabay lang sa agos kahit ayaw mo. Besides as if naman zero deaths ang mga vax pag nagka covid

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    2. Porket ataw mgpa vaccine will hit hard by covid agad? Eh living proof nga sya na di kelangan ng vax. Nakikita mo nman siguro sa mga post ng artista kahit baby pa ngkcovid eh bakit wala nman yun vax pro kayang kaya. Mga anak ko ubos kmi wala kami vax bakit buhay kmi. Sa province namin dami wala vax bakit buhay eh isang araw lang lagnat ok na

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    3. My gash. Napaka defensive nila 2:25 & 7:19. Anti-vaxxers siguro kayo. Hahahahahahahahaha.

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  16. Deserve nyan! He's a liar and so mayabang! Yes he's good pero ang bad attitude! Milyones ang kita nya! Bigatin ang brands na kinukuha sya they should all drop him!

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  17. Having the vaccine or not at this point wala naman pinagkaiba dahil carrier and spreader ka pa din. Kung naka vaccine yes may protection from getting too sick pero still hindi sya 100% and pag unvax naman does not mean hindi ka gagaling. Pero when it comes to being reckless and pabaya sa pag mask and social distance e yun mali talaga kahit saan mo tignan.

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  18. So stupid of him!

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  19. I’m married to an Aussie and i have Aussie kids. I know how strict Border Control is in Australia as I have experienced it myself. Also, their PM was once Immigration Minister so he knows immigration laws and abide by it. Anyway, Novak was given 3 chances . For me that’s preferential treatment. considering Australia has strict visa rules. So sad he had to go but he deserved it.

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    1. According to the news, there was a mistake on his declaration form. This is the form when you arrive on the country and present to the Border Security (as far as I know). And according to what I've read, he said that one of his team had made a mistake on filling that form. Given that, if you are an ordinary citizen or visitor, accidental mistake or not, the person itself is the one responsible and there's consequences kapag nagsingunaling ka sa declaration.

      Second, it wasn't the govt body who confirmed that he can get an exemption. Aus Open is being held in Melbourne, the most lockdown city in the world and they are really careful of it. There are people who died and their families cannot bid farewell to their relatives then sa tingin ba an unvaccinated person will be allowed to just come in being exempted without due process?

      He is a good player though this debacle really screw him up on playing.

      There's a TV show called Border Security, makita din kung pano kahigpit.

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  20. Don't play with fire if you don't want to get burned.

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    1. 6:03 burned na sya gurl. Possibly hndi n sya makapaglaro dhil s scandal na ito, i think

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  21. Agree with the desisyon. Wag sana siya gawing poster boy ng mga anti-vaxxers and make him their hero. Tsk tsk.

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  22. I’m a top chismosa and I say dasurrrvvvv!!!!

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  23. Good riddance. You can’t go against the rules of any country, especially if you are not a citizen of that country. It’s that clear and simple.

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  24. Lol, akala niya siguro, he is god or something special. Nope.

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  25. novak ditey ka na lang sa Pilipinas. Konting puri lang sa Sinigang absweltonkaso ko dito.

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    1. Oo nga sis sabihin lang nya I love adobow tanggap na xa agad sa pinas

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  26. Well, he lied too many times. It finally caught up with him.

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  27. Wait, he tested positive in December pa and was given an exemption. May medical certification saying na immune sya. The real reason why the Australian government cancelled his visa is not because he is unvaccinated but on the grounds that he could excite anti vax sentiments. Ayaw ng Australian government na may famous person that would go against them.

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    1. The medical exception came from Tennis association and NOT from the Aussie government. And yes, the Australian government has the right to do what they think is right for their citizens. Kung ano ano pang palusot sinasabi mo, in the end he lied in his visa application, pagala gala sya nung may covid sya tapos he thinks he's above the rules ng Australia palibhasa nastroke masyado ang ego sa Serbia dahil Jesus ang turing sa kanya dun 🙄

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    2. Wrong, he got deported because he lied sa border entry form indicating he didn't travel in the last 14 days. But the officials found out he was in Belgrade for Christmas and also travelled to Spain during the 14-day timeframe.

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    3. He tested positive and yet he is out, attending an event. All the lies sumabog sa mukha nya. He is greedy of his 21st title.

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    4. Nope,pls read factual news. Na exempt siya because he had Covid within the past 6 months..one of very few reasons to get medical exemption from vax. Not because he is immune. San mo nakuha yun? Kaso nadiscover na he lied in his visa application kaya nacancel na visa nya.

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    5. Hello 6:24 check his Ig plus news abt his whereabout the date he told he tested +.
      Wag na pagtatanggol sa mali. Anti-vax sya PERIOD plus he and his family has this kaekekan belief 🙄

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    6. 6:24 beh, sya ang naglaglag sa sarili nya dhil sya mismo ang nagpost ng mga ganap nya with 6 mos s mismong social media niya. So wag kana no dyan

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  28. NOBODY ABOVE THE LAW.

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  29. Look at those eyes... Sya na violator pero kita ang galit sa mata. Too much pride.
    Tsk, yan na simula pagbagsak mo. (not a tennis fan)

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  30. Yes!! Deserving to be deported.

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  31. World #1 nga to sa Tennis but he's a horrible person who can't follow rules. Masyadong bumilog ang ulo ni koyah.

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  32. Their country, their rules so follow it!!! Good job Australia

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  33. I remember his wife liking posts about 5G-Covid conspiracy. He's surrounded by pseudo-science believers and enablers. Kaya ganyan siya. I think may article pa nga about him using a loaf of bread to detect his celiac disease. Nakakaloka siya at ang pamilya niya. Pati mga faneys, sobrang delulus. Akala ko sa pinas lang may ganyan.

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  34. Even the greatest tennis player in the world was just a little guy in the eyes of the state

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  35. You cannot win against the government. Deserve! So arrogant

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  36. Good job Australia. Sana masabi ko din yan sa Pnas lol. Well definitely not in this government.

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  37. For the betterment of all! Good move Aussie, no one is above the law. Kahiya naman sa citizen plus his opponent who got the vax! Magfacemask sya all throughout the game dapat ganun kung maglalaro sya.

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  38. Buti nga! Sana dito din sa Pinas, walang special treatment. Mga diplomats and their family, exempted sa no-vaccine no entry?! Granted na territory ng country ang embassies nila, they will still enter Philippine soil upon landing.

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  39. dami ignoranteng komento dito na hindi alam yung tunay na nangyari sa dalawang court hearings

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  40. Why is he ruining his legacy like this? Kaya ako Nadal and Federer pa rin.

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