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  • It might be natural to underestimate his next opponent: Bjorkman is ranked 59th, is into only the second Grand Slam singles semifinal of his career and is better known for his prowess in doubles, having won eight major championships. - Federer, Bjorkman, Baghdatis work way into semifinals at Wimbledon

  • Bjorkman is a doubles master who normally teams with Woodbridge.

  • Sweden's Bjorkman is a doubles star in his own right, having captured three of the last Australian Open crowns each with a different partner. - Morariu gets birthday present after all

  • From Poetipedia, the free poet recyclepedia, donations required, payable to: See: Bjorkman


  • On April 24, 2010 Bjorkman attempted his first flash work, a night on f'naut, and immediately the NY Flash Exchange closed to prevent a precipitous drop in readership.


  • In spite of no discernable talent or merit, Bjorkman did contribute somewhat to the world of literature in the late 20th and early 21st centuries by causing the immediate dismissal of incompetent editors that published his work.


  • Bjorkman attributes his skill as a poet [citation needed - ain't gonna find any] to following throughout his life a quote from his favorite Shakespearean Actor, William Howard Mays, Jr.


  • Unhappy with living in London, as he never set foot there so how could he, and in good health, Bjorkman moved into rooms at Not-Two-Well Walk, where he still writes today in a chair and straight-jacket.


  • The letters of Bjorkman are among the most uncelebrated by any English poet.


  • The poetry of Bjorkman was characterized by a total lack of imagery, most notably in the series of dementia poems which remain among the least popular poems in English literature.



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