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post #50 of (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 11:25 PM
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Re: Why are ballbashers more highly regarded than defenders?

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Originally Posted by Sapeod View Post
His forehand is just a spinny, loopy shot. It goes above his opponents' heads half the time and is awful to look at. It's nowhere near JesusFed's forehand.

Nothing about Nadal aside from his clay prowess (unfortunately) deserves being called the best of anything.
This.

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Nadal's forehand is not the greatest, Roger's is. He's not the greatest at anything apart from clay titles/overall clay career. Understand?


Also, I don't quite get how I'm stupid. Please "enlighten" me on why I am.
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Yeah, I'll change it. Murray is a tactical baseliner, not a pusher or a defender.


But he doesn't have the best forehand. Nowhere near.

That's the worst match I've ever seen Roger play. Healthy Nadal defeated a 1% Roger badly. Congratulations
I don't think Roger was at 1% that day. Maybe 0.75%. But Mugtwezi is too dumb to get that.
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