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JW Shows His Support To ropz After Their Elimination

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Jesper “JW” Wecksell is a 26-year-old Swedish legendary CS:GO player who had been playing under Fnatic jersey for over eight years. Unfortunately, his journey with Fnatic ended last month following his inconsistent performances.

On the other hand, Robin “ropz” Kool is a 21-year-old Estonian player who is considered as a world-class player that was picked as the 7th-best player last year. Since 2017, he has been playing for Mousesports that recently rebranded ‘MOUZ.’

However, MOUZ couldn’t manage to qualify for the Champions stage as they went 1-3 scores at the Legends stage at PGL Major Stockholm. Following their last match and elimination from the tournament, ropz showed how devastated he is by sharing a tweet.

JW wanted to show his support to ropz and replied to his tweet. In his reply, JW pointed out that ropz is experiencing one of the worst feelings in the world right now that no word can describe his emotions.

Furthermore, the iconic AWP player mentioned that although he couldn’t make it to the finals at Stockholm, he believes that the community will see ropz in the playoffs of many major tournaments from now.

JW paid his respect for ropz:

“The feeling you are going through right now is hell, one of the worst, and I know there are no words that can help you with that feeling.

It was not meant to be this major but I can say with confidence that we will see you in many major playoffs in the future. Head high king.”

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