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A phrase used to express support for someone who, having started out well, is inevitably losing at a game/activity.

Originally used by forlorn British supporters of Tim Henman, a notorious tennis semi-finalist.
Harry (to Mark, a valiant but unwieldy semi-pro boxer): "Come on, Tim!"
John: "Man, no need to rub salt in his wounds."
by wiffwaff November 29, 2011
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