anotherlongshot (anotherlongshot) wrote,
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anotherlongshot

Happy girl.

I was very happy yesterday. I started off the day irritated when I found out that my dad and brother will not be spending the eve of Chinese New Year in Singapore and therefore no reunion dinner. I couldn't help but question what was the point in me coming back from Melbourne on Saturday, a day before CNY Eve, and therefore potentially missing Roger's 3rd round match, when the whole point me of doing so was because it didn't feel right spending CNY Eve overseas.

But I had a pretty decent tennis session during which I timed the ball decently well and played quite well, so my irritation was promptly erased.

I was still happy as the day progressed. I was very happy when I met Wei Chuen. We had dinner at Rakuichi, where we always go, and walked around Isetan afterwards; we didn't do anything special, but it was our Saturday date and we hadn't had one in a while. It was our Saturday date, and it was him, and I felt happy walking hand-in-hand with him on our Saturday night.

I was appalled, however, when he bought a random polo from Ralph Lauren that says "United States" on the top left (or was it right?) of the polo. HYPOCRISY AT ITS FINEST.

Okay, I kid; still, I'm nowhere near as critical of the US as he is, and yet you'd never caught me dead in an item of clothing that says "United States" without the word "Open" following it.

Anyway, that's all. IT'S TIME FOR THE WORLD TOUR FINALS. ROGER'S PLAYING HIS OPENING ROUND ROBIN MATCH AGAINST TSONGA. TIME TO STRESS OUT OVER A TENNIS MATCH! YAY!

Roger won the ATP fan favourite award for the 9th consecutive year and wrestled back the sportsmanship award from Nadal. The award lost credibility last year when it went to Nadal. Now that it's back with Roger, it's regained credibility. Hahaha.
Tags: love, playing tennis, roger federer, wei chuen, world tour finals (wtf)
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