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Re: Why are ballbashers more highly regarded than tacticians like Murray?

Originally Posted by Sapeod View Post
I bandwagoned him when he was injured and then I came off it before he started playing again. I admit though it was stupid. I can't remember why I even did that.

If you think watching a ball getting smacked over and over again the same way is more entertaining than smart, tactical tennis then that's your problem.

That's a legit reason to hate someone. Are all people from Argentina like this or is it just the ones on here?

Pusher? Wrong. Non-tactician? Wrong. Helped by wind? Wrong, he was also playing in the wind in case you didn't know. Tennis died then? Wrong. Biggest disgrace in tennis? Wrong.

Congratulations, you said 5 incorrect things in a row in 2 sentences. That's quite impressive.
Im always astonished with your arguments, you never change brateod

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