World Champions! Congratulations!

 

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  1. Is this tennis? We Brits don’t really do tennis. 😀
    Hey, I was listening to a Croation cellist the other day. Stjepan Hauser. My God, that boy can play! 🙂

    • Oh Yes, Davis Cup! And the 2 Cellos are THE BEES KNEES of music 🙂

      • Yes, they certainly are. However, I heard the boy playing solo. He performed the Adagio in G Minor by Andonini and it was absolutely superb. Check it out on Youtube if you get the chance, Ina. You won’t be disappointed. Congrats for winning the Davis Cup…whatever that is 😀

      • I will check it out thanks. I have attended a number of their concerts and blown away every time. Cheers

  2. You know Ina, I have missed the Davis Cup finals this year, don’t know why, Maybe its because I have been tuned out of the media news and tv much of the time… So I didn’t even know who was playing, let alone won..
    So Congratulations Croatia.. Brilliant News.. <3

  3. Hearty and well-deserved congrats!

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