[新聞] Federer憶告別戰感動瞬間與Nadal手牽手

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費達拿回憶告別戰感動瞬間 與拿度手牽手「給他一個秘密的感謝」 https://i.imgur.com/SyvP4SH.jpg
撰文:顏銘輝出版:2022-09-28 15:44更新:2022-09-28 15:45讚好550000 費達拿(Roger Federer)在上周五(23日)利華盃後告別職業網壇,他場上瀟灑的英姿、場下激動的淚水,還有跟拿度(Rafa Nadal)那種男人浪漫的交流,仍深深刻入每位球迷的記憶中。費達拿周一離開倫敦回到瑞士,當晚接受《紐約時報》記者的電話訪問。經過兩日的沉澱,他說起利華盃的畫面及拿度。 負責訪問的記者Christopher Clarey,跟進網球新聞超過25年,在2021年曾出版費達拿的傳記。他早在2001年2月第一次訪問費達拿,當時費達拿還是一位未贏過重要冠軍的小伙子。如今,費達拿已經名滿天下,在掌聲中退役。 https://i.imgur.com/hqkzHth.jpg
費達拿的故事,總有拿度的身影。(Getty Images) 記者問到,拿度趕赴利華盃,與費達拿拍檔告別戰的細節及意義。 41歲的費達拿在周一晚說:「美網之後,我聯絡了他(拿度),我等待他完成賽事後,讓他知道我退役的事。」 https://i.imgur.com/fSztWzD.jpg
最後一戰,夢幻組合打雙打。(美聯社) 「我希望在他準備好一個沒有打算參加利華盃的計劃前,得悉我這件事。我告訴他,我應該有5成到6成的機會打雙打。我在電話上跟他說:『記住,我會幫你留住位置。你知道家中的情況後再告訴我,我們再聯絡。』不過,拿度很快就在電話上明確告訴我:『我會盡一切可能來陪你。』我覺得十分美妙。這顯示出我們對對方何等重要,以及我們之間的尊重。」 https://i.imgur.com/HNBmGjo.jpg
費達拿邀請拿度參加利華盃為他的雙打拍檔,拿度爽快地表示會盡一切可能去陪他。(Getty Images) 費達拿形容,他們在激烈的競爭中一起脫穎而出,站上世界之巔,同時擁有一份宿敵之間的珍貴友情,這是個美好故事,這個故事甚至不只屬於網壇及體壇。他續說:「我覺得整件事完成得比我想像中還要好。這是來自拿度的付出,我一定永遠不會忘記他在倫敦為我做的一切。」 https://i.imgur.com/j7R3zxQ.jpg
為了費達拿,拿度趕到倫敦,出席利華盃。(Getty Images) 在那個周五晚上的利華盃,費達拿的真摯感情流露,無論是透過言語,還是表情,抑或是淚水,都震撼每位觀眾及球迷的心坎。費達拿說:「我一直是個很難控制得住自己情緒的人,無論贏輸,一開始,更多是憤怒、悲傷所以哭泣。後來,我會為勝利流下喜悅的眼淚。」 https://i.imgur.com/YFDakJM.jpg
這張照片,訴說了一個網球最好的時代。梅利(左起)、拿度、費達拿及祖高域。(Getty Images) 「我覺得在那個星期五,是另一種境況。老實說,我覺得每一位,梅利、祖高域及拿度,我從他們的眼中,彷彿看到他們職業生涯的片段在閃過。我都很清楚,大家都已在借來的時間裏,而這段獲眷顧時間都夠長了。當你年紀漸長,過了30歲,你會開始懂得在生活及運動中值得真正欣賞的東西。」 在那場代表告別的利華盃上,觸動最多人的畫面,相信是那張費達拿跟拿度坐在長椅上,望向螢幕,很自然地手拖手,兩個男人哭得淚眼紅紅。費達拿說:「我有看到那張照片。」 https://i.imgur.com/zqBlPv3.jpg
費達拿及拿度手拖手,一同落淚,畫面令人觸動。(Twitter) https://i.imgur.com/3qVagUU.jpg
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「那是個短暫的時刻,那一刻,我哭得很厲害,我不知道,所有畫面在我腦海中浮現,我很開心跟每一位一起經歷這個時刻。那一刻很美好,我們坐在那裏,沉醉下來,聽住音樂,或者更多是沐浴在她(歌手Ellie Goulding)的歌聲裏。所以,你幾乎忘記有人會拍照。我估計可能有個時刻,因為歌聲還在,我們不能談話,所以我就觸摸了他。我估,這個可能是給他的一個秘密的感謝(secret thank you)。」 https://i.imgur.com/AmuY3uv.jpg
費達拿職業生涯最後一場,與拿度拍檔雙打。(Getty Images) 在利華盃的雙打,費達拿及拿度代表歐洲隊出戰,最終不敵世界隊索克(Jack Sock)及迪亞科(Frances Tiafoe),以一場輸波為職業生涯寫上句號。費達拿沒有以此為憾,反而覺得完整,他說:「我輸了最後一場單打,我輸了最後一場雙打,我在尖叫及支持隊友時叫到失聲。這是我最後一次團體賽落敗。我失業了,但我很高興。很好的,真的很好。」 雖然利華盃是費達拿職業生涯的告別戰,但他表明有意打表演賽。他說:「如果可以有告別表演賽,一定很美好。你都知道,我要多謝球迷。在我公布退役前,利華盃的門票已經賣光。很多人想買票都買不到。如果可以打多一場或者幾場告別表演賽,一定是好事,但我不肯定自己能否做到,或者應否現在去做。無論如何,我之後都想打表演賽,可能網球會為我帶來新的體驗,或者回到最初那些歡樂的時刻。」 費達拿的時代過去,現今網壇有沒有見到「新費達拿」的出現。這位20屆大滿貫得主說:「我現在見不到,但如果有,一定要是個用單手打反手的球手。」 「不過,沒有人需要學我。以前人們都覺得我會打得像森柏斯,最後都不是這回事。我覺得每人都要有自己的風格,而不是模仿他人。即使模仿是一種最大的認同及奉承,但我都希望每人找到自己的道路,那麼網球才會更好。」 https://i.imgur.com/xLwmEix.jpg
「瑞士天王」費達拿告別職業網壇。(Getty Images) https://tinyurl.com/2pxh8k35 原文: Federer on His Exit and Holding Nadal’s Hand: ‘It’s Maybe a Secret Thank You’ In an interview, Roger Federer opens up about the emotions of his goodbye at t he Laver Cup and about the future of men’s tennis. “Nobody needs to play like me, by the way,” he said. By Christopher Clarey Sept. 27, 2022 Roger Federer, newly retired, was back in Switzerland on Monday night after fl ying home from London, where he wrapped up a whirlwind farewell to his competi tive career with one last match at the Laver Cup. He partnered with his friendly rival Rafael Nadal in doubles for Team Europe, losing a close match to Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock of Team World, which also went on to win the Laver Cup for the first time in five attempts. But the defeat was secondary to the occasion — an intense, emotional goodbye for Federer and those surrounding him, including his wife, Mirka, and their fo ur children, plus his friendly rivals Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Federer, 41, established himself long ago as one of the greatest players in te nnis history, but after breaking Pete Sampras’s men’s record of 14 Grand Slam singles titles in 2009, he chose to play on for 13 more years. He won five m ore majors and at age 36 became the oldest men’s No. 1 since the advent of the ATP rankings in 1973. His departure marks the beginning of the end of a golden age in the men’s game in which Nadal, Djokovic and Federer have developed rich and long-running ri valries, lifting each other and their sport. Federer, for all his longevity an d tennis genius, now ranks third in the Grand Slam singles titles chase behind Nadal with 22 and Djokovic with 21. I first interviewed Federer in February 2001, in his home city of Basel, Switz erland, when he was still a teenager and had yet to win his first major. On Mo nday night, we spoke by telephone about the 21 years since and his goodbye to competition: This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity. So, how do you feel now that it’s really over? I think I feel complete. I lost my last singles match. I lost my last doubles match. I lost my voice from screaming and supporting the team. I lost the last time as a team. I lost my job, but I’m very happy. I’m good. I’m really good. That’s the ironic part, is everybody thinks about happy fairy-tale endings, you know? And for me, actually it ended up being that but in a way that I n ever thought was going to happen. https://i.imgur.com/1YdHqtJ.jpg
Federer partnered with his friendly rival Rafael Nadal in doubles for Team Eur ope at the Laver Cup.Credit...James Hill for The New York Times Rafa Nadal clearly made a big effort to be part of the event on Friday, given his wife’s pregnancy. What did it mean, knowing all that you knew, for him to be there for you for the doubles? I called him after the U.S. Open — I waited for him to finish that tournament — just to let him know about my retirement. And I just wanted to let him know before he started making some plans without the Laver Cup at all. I told him on the phone that I was probably 50-50 or 60- 40 on making the doubles. I told him, “Look, I’ll keep you posted. You let me know how things are at home. And we’ll reconnect.” But it very quickly got clear on the phone, and Rafa told me, “I will try everything I possibly can to be there with you.” And that felt obviously incredible for me. And it showed again how much we mean to one another and how much r espect we have. And I just thought it would be just a beautiful, amazing story for us, for sports, for tennis, and maybe beyond that as well, where we can c oexist in a tough rivalry and come out on top and show that, hey, again it’s just tennis. Yes, it’s hard, and it’s brutal sometimes, but it’s always fair. And you can come out on the other side and still have this great, friendly rivalry. I just thought it ended up even better than I ever thought it would. So, an incredible effort by Rafa, and I’ll obviously never forget what he did for me in London. Those raw emotions after the match were powerful for a lot of people around th e world, particularly the scenes with you and Rafa. Do you think you maybe cha nged the way people view male athletes? I think I have always had a hard time keeping my emotions in check, winning an d losing. In the beginning, it was more about being angry and sad and crying. And then, I was happy-crying about my wins. I think on Friday, this was anothe r animal, to be honest, because I think all of the guys — Andy [Murray], Novak and also Rafa — saw their careers flashing in front of their eyes, knowing that we all in a way have been on borrowed time for long enough already. As yo u get older, you get into your 30s, you start knowing what you really apprecia te in life but also from the sport. https://i.imgur.com/NO6O5cl.jpg
“I was sobbing so hard, and, I don’t know, everything was going through my mind about how happy I am to actually experience this moment right there with e verybody,” Federer said.Credit...Ella Ling/Shutterstock What’s it like to look at that image? Well, I mean, it was a short moment. I think at one point, I was sobbing so ha rd, and I don’t know, everything was going through my mind about how happy I am to actually experience this moment right there with everybody. And I think that’s what was so beautiful about just sitting there, taking it all in while the music was playing, and the focus was maybe more on her [the singer Ellie Goulding]. So, you almost forgot that you’re still being taken pictures of. I guess at one point, just because obviously I couldn’t speak and the music was there, I guess I just touched him, and I guess it’s maybe a secret thank you. I don’t know what it was, but for me, that’s maybe what it was and how it felt and some pictures came out of it. Different ones. Not just that one but other ones, too, that were just completely crazy, you know, so with different angles, and I hope to get those because they mean a lot to me. That moment when you’re talking to your kids and telling them, I’m not crying because I’m sad. I’m crying because I’m happy. I think any parent could relate to that. I didn’t know that people could hear that. They looked so sad to me, and when I told them I was retiring, also three of them were crying, because they thin k that I’m sad about it, but I’m truly not. And, of course, a moment like this is so powerful in the arena. It was hard not to cry at some point, and not just hard for them. You dehydrated the world. We’ve got to recharge on those tears. You’ve said, “It’s time to stop. I can feel it.” Is that mostly based on feeling you just can’t move the way you need to move on tour anymore to compete? That’s part of it. It’s also the age, let’s be honest. And going to the very end of it, I don’t see the point. I tried so long the last few years that it’s fine. You know, it’s all good. And you get to a point where, you know, when I did the surgery last year I knew it was going be a long road back. And i t was going to take me probably a year. So, of course, in my dream, I saw myself playing again, but I was very realist ic about the comeback. Number one, I did it for my personal life. I knew it wa s the right thing to do: Let’s get this leg fixed and all that. For that, I had to do a proper rehab. If I just retire, I know I will not do my rehab corre ctly. So, if I stay active and I’m still a professional tennis player, I know I will do it 100 percent right. And I keep the options open to hopefully mayb e return to exhibition tennis at least, 250s hopefully, 500s and 1000s if thin gs really go super well. And Grand Slams if, you know, magic happens. As time went by, I could feel less and less chance as the knee was creating pr oblems for me as I was struggling to power through. And that’s when I ultimately said, look, it’s OK, I accept it. Because I left it all out there. Nothing more to prove. You rarely showed it, but what percentage of your matches did you play over th e years in some kind of pain? I think we all play sick and hurt. I was always of the impression that I can p lay through some pain, a lot of pain, like we all have to. But I think I alway s felt my body very well. I knew when I could power through and when I had to be careful. And I was always of the opinion that I’d rather take the rest at some point: give myself the extra week, the extra day, the extra hour, the ext ra month, whatever it is, and take it easy, go back to training and then come back strong again. That’s why I tried to avoid any sorts of injections and operations for the longest time until I had to have surgery in 2016. I know you were joking with your teammates in London about your lack of mobili ty, but are you confident now after playing the doubles that your body will al low you to play exhibition tennis? I have to go back to the drawing board now and just see after this incredible weekend, what I should do next. I think it would be beautiful to somehow have a goodbye exhibition game, you k now, and thank the fans, because obviously Laver Cup was already sold out befo re I knew about retirement. A lot of people would have loved to get more ticke ts and couldn’t, so I just feel maybe it would be nice to have one more or several goodbye exhibitions, but I’m not sure if I could or I should do that now. But obviously I would love to play exhibitions down the road, take tennis t o new places or take it back to fun places where I had a blast. As you step away, do you see anybody out there who plays the game like you do? Not right now. Obviously, it would have to be a guy with a one-handed backhand . Nobody needs to play like me, by the way. People also thought I was going to play like Pete Sampras, and I didn’t. I think everybody needs to be their own version of themselves. And not a copycat, even though copying is the biggest sign of flattery. But I wish all of them to find their own selves, and tennis will be great. I’m sure I’ll always be the No. 1 fan of the game. And I’ll follow, sometimes in the stands, sometimes on TV, but of course, I hope for e nough one-handers, enough attacking tennis, enough flair. But I’m going to sit back and relax and watch the game from a different angle. Meanwhile, your rivals play on. You said it was important to retire first as y ou are the oldest. Were you worried Rafa would beat you to it this spring when he was considering retirement because of his foot problems? I got a scare with Murray, too. I remember vividly when I saw him in the locke r room in Australia in 2019 after his Bautista match [referring to Roberto Bau tista Agut]. I remember he said, “I might be done.” We were asked to do farewell videos; I had a chance to go. I went up to him and asked him, “Are you like seriously done?” And I remember him telling me, “Well, with this hip, I can’t play anymore.” So, he knew he was at a huge crossroads in his life. But yeah, I’m happy I could go first, because I also am supposed to go first. So, that’s why it’s felt good. And I hope they can all play as long as possible and squeeze that lemon out. I really wish the best for them. Christopher Clarey has covered tennis and global sports for The Times and the International Herald Tribune for more than 25 years from bases in France, Spai n and the United States. His book “The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer” was published in 2021. @christophclarey A version of this article appears in print on Sept. 28, 2022, Section B, Page 8 of the New York edition with the headline: Roger Federer on the Tears of an Unconventional Fairy-Tale Ending. Order Reprints | Today’s Paper | Subscribe -- ※ 發信站: 批踢踢實業坊(ptt.cc), 來自: 223.137.196.166 (臺灣) ※ 文章網址: https://www.ptt.cc/bbs/Tennis/M.1664368234.A.47E.html

09/28 20:36, 2月前 , 1F
真愛不管有幾篇都推
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09/28 20:43, 2月前 , 2F
感動推 謝謝費爸多年來的努力與奉獻
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09/28 20:46, 2月前 , 3F
是真愛!
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09/28 20:48, 2月前 , 4F
Fedal我一定推
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09/28 20:51, 2月前 , 5F
FEDAL一生推
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09/28 20:53, 2月前 , 6F
牽一下下就好
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09/28 20:57, 2月前 , 7F
淚推 Fedal
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09/28 20:58, 2月前 , 8F
Fedal
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09/28 21:07, 2月前 , 9F
感動推
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09/28 21:26, 2月前 , 10F
Fedal友情一生推
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09/28 21:30, 2月前 , 11F
真愛
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09/28 21:35, 2月前 , 12F
真情流露
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09/28 21:35, 2月前 , 13F
謝謝豆,費迷感謝你參與費爸的傳奇生涯
09/28 21:35, 13F

09/28 21:41, 2月前 , 14F
怎麼整篇文章都是白的
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09/28 21:44, 2月前 , 15F
甲甲的...
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09/28 21:46, 2月前 , 16F
真愛推
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09/28 21:48, 2月前 , 17F
拜託Roger一定要辦告別表演賽!不管多久我都等QQQQ
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09/28 21:50, 2月前 , 18F
費達拿 祖高域
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09/28 21:52, 2月前 , 19F
在平行宇宙 他們兩個已結婚XDD
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09/28 22:00, 2月前 , 20F
Fedal Forever!
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09/28 22:01, 2月前 , 21F
看幾篇推幾篇 之後告別表演賽真的很可以
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09/28 22:15, 2月前 , 24F
好喜歡Fedal文,每看必推
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09/28 22:22, 2月前 , 25F
推 很動人的一瞬間~希望之後來亞洲辦表演賽
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09/28 22:23, 2月前 , 26F
我這人很簡單有Fedal就推
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09/28 22:29, 2月前 , 27F
請問費爸原文是不是說他想要不同角度的簽手照XDD
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09/28 22:30, 2月前 , 28F
Fedal一生推
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真愛
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09/28 22:31, 2月前 , 30F
牽手真的好自然><
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09/28 22:33, 2月前 , 31F
超真摯的友情
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09/28 22:42, 2月前 , 32F
Fedal!
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09/28 22:52, 2月前 , 33F
Fedal真愛一生推!
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Fedal一生推
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09/28 23:08, 2月前 , 36F
費納一生推!
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09/28 23:14, 2月前 , 37F
回alesh: 對XDDD本尊開口表示要媒體上繳照片XD
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09/28 23:16, 2月前 , 38F
空白文 史上最goat情侶
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09/28 23:18, 2月前 , 39F
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還有 30 則推文
09/29 10:37, 2月前 , 70F
請尊重每個國家的用語
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09/29 10:43, 2月前 , 71F
可以連譯名都不用改喔 大家對港譯真寬容捏
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09/29 10:48, 2月前 , 72F
噓屁噓 你有本事你就自己翻譯一篇阿
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09/29 11:00, 2月前 , 73F
為什麼要改啊,名字是翻譯的問題,本來就沒有對錯
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09/29 11:01, 2月前 , 74F
而且版規又沒有禁止貼非台灣的新聞報導
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09/29 11:01, 2月前 , 75F
尊重每個國家用語是什麼鬼XD 他要po在這 把譯名改成
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09/29 11:01, 2月前 , 76F
台灣譯名就好了 有這麼困難嗎
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09/29 11:03, 2月前 , 77F
祖高域是啥
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09/29 11:05, 2月前 , 78F
你誰啊,為什麼要聽你的?版規有說要改嗎
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09/29 11:28, 2月前 , 79F
照這標準以後貼英文報導記得改成Медведев呦
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09/29 12:08, 2月前 , 80F
費納一生推
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09/29 12:17, 2月前 , 81F
好感人的文章
09/29 12:17, 81F

09/29 12:38, 2月前 , 82F
Fedal每篇都充滿著泡泡!
09/29 12:38, 82F

09/29 12:53, 2月前 , 83F
推港譯新聞,記得20年前費爸剛出來時,版上也會有
09/29 12:53, 83F

09/29 12:54, 2月前 , 84F
些許港譯新聞,我是蠻喜歡的,因為香港受英國影響,
09/29 12:54, 84F

09/29 12:55, 2月前 , 85F
體壇記者英文能力強,運動新聞品質都蠻高的,好久沒
09/29 12:55, 85F

09/29 12:56, 2月前 , 86F
看到祖高域了哈哈哈
09/29 12:56, 86F

09/29 13:05, 2月前 , 87F
突然回想起最經典的「曉玉」XDDD
09/29 13:05, 87F

09/29 13:21, 2月前 , 88F
香港翻譯,我完全看不下去
09/29 13:21, 88F

09/29 13:53, 1月前 , 89F
真愛推
09/29 13:53, 89F

09/29 13:54, 1月前 , 90F
左轉很自由,請尊重想看文章的人
09/29 13:54, 90F

09/29 14:22, 1月前 , 91F
兩個人真的都很夠義氣!FEdal!!!
09/29 14:22, 91F

09/29 14:43, 1月前 , 92F
香港翻譯很好笑
09/29 14:43, 92F

09/29 15:41, 1月前 , 93F
感動推
09/29 15:41, 93F

09/29 17:04, 1月前 , 94F
Fedal一生推QQ
09/29 17:04, 94F

09/29 17:51, 1月前 , 95F
Fedal Forever
09/29 17:51, 95F

09/29 19:00, 1月前 , 96F
一直閃一直閃
09/29 19:00, 96F

09/29 20:00, 1月前 , 97F
為什麼要改譯名或內容?我們是中國嗎?
09/29 20:00, 97F

09/29 20:30, 1月前 , 98F
很簡單,FEDAL就是推!
09/29 20:30, 98F

09/29 20:54, 1月前 , 99F
香港翻譯是中國和台灣都接受不了的那種
09/29 20:54, 99F

09/29 20:57, 1月前 , 100F
淚推!
09/29 20:57, 100F

09/29 22:24, 1月前 , 101F
正宮
09/29 22:24, 101F

09/30 00:24, 1月前 , 102F
祖高域又來了 XDD
09/30 00:24, 102F

09/30 01:36, 1月前 , 103F
為什麼我看到他們兩個的哭哭臉會想笑啦^^"
09/30 01:36, 103F

09/30 02:38, 1月前 , 104F
靈魂伴侶
09/30 02:38, 104F

09/30 11:02, 1月前 , 105F
雖然譯名不同需要想一下,但內容比台灣某些機翻仔或
09/30 11:02, 105F

09/30 11:02, 1月前 , 106F
工讀生好不知道幾個檔次
09/30 11:02, 106F

09/30 23:40, 1月前 , 107F
照片我看一次哭一次
09/30 23:40, 107F

10/01 16:12, 1月前 , 108F
Fedal
10/01 16:12, 108F

10/01 20:44, 1月前 , 109F
情比基堅
10/01 20:44, 109F
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