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Já: Ubalíš to ?

F: Ne, přenechám ti to. Rád tě přitom pozoruju. Líbí se mi, jak nikam nepospícháš, hraješ si s tím, nevím.. je na tom něco něžnýho. 

Já: Ehm.. trvá mi to dlouho, páč jsem přesvědčená o tom že to zprznim, tak se snažím bejt opatrná. 

F: Kecy.. A taky se mi líbí to, jak vždycky, když toho jointa prvně zapaluješ, zavřeš oči, aby ti do nich nevletěl kouř.. většinou je otevřeš teprve když už potom ten kouř vydechuješ. Nemůžu si pomoct ale v tu chvíli mi vždycky přijde jako kdyby se kolem tebe zastavil čas, má to svoje kouzlo.

Já: …….. Dobře, přestaň mě rozebírat a pujč mi prosím sirky.

ITF tourney: Russian-born teenager to debut for Nigeria

Nigeria is set for the 2015 ITF/CAT African U-18 Tennis Championship holding from April 5 to 10 in Cairo, Egypt with Melissia Ifidzen, a Russian-born player, included in Nigeria’s five-man team.

The 16-year-old, who lives in Moscow, agreed to play for Nigeria following talks between the President of the Nigeria Tennis Federation, Sani Ndanusa, and the Nigerian father of the teenager. Melissia is born of a Russian mother.

“I’m happy to tell you that we will be going to the tournament in Egypt with lots of promising players, among them is the 16-year-old Melissia Ifidzen,” Mohammed Ubale, Nigeria junior tennis coach, said, “I have seen some of the tapes of her matches and she has what it takes to be a champion.”

Other members of the team for the clay-court tournament are London-based Elizabeth Garos-Pam, Adetayo Adetunji, who is based in South Africa, Angel Macleod and Sunday Emmanuel.

Ubale, who is scheduled to travel to Egypt on Saturday, said the team looked promising and would be buoyed by the fact that Nigeria had a memorable outing at the just-concluded Africa Junior Tennis Championship for the U-14 and U-16, where Michael Osewa won a bronze.

“This is one of the strongest teams that Nigerian will be presenting for the championship in recent years. For instance, Elizabeth (Garos-Pam) has improved so much in the last year and she is now ranked in the top 400 in the world. She stands a very good chance to excel in Cairo,” he stated.



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(via The Punch)