China blogger 'sorry' for Federer threat

China blogger 'sorry' for Federer threat

Shanghai : China | Oct 09, 2012 at 9:57 PM PDT
Source: The Star
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A blogger in China who made a death threat against Roger Federer said he had apologised but remained at large after vowing to "assassinate" the world number one, according to an Internet posting. An Internet user under the name "Blue Cat Polytheistic Religion Founder 07" threatened the tennis... FULL ARTICLE AT The Star
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"Obviously maybe it's a little bit of a distraction, there's no doubt about it," Roger Federer said of the death threat
"Obviously maybe it's a little bit of a distraction, there's no doubt about it," Roger Federer said of the death threat
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