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Re: Rafa to take Wimbledon like a rain-delaying storm



Federer is mentioned in 11 out of 15 posts here.
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Re: Rafa to take Wimbledon like a rain-delaying storm

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I see quite a bit of talk about Fed over here, too... he's mentioned in nearly every post at least.

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Federer is mentioned in 11 out of 15 posts here.
That's because of the nature of the discussion. We are talking about the Federer forum not Federer himself .
Usually in this forum Fed is only mentioned when he is playing against Nadal or in relevant threads (like the No1 position in the rankings). In the Fed forum all the Nadal matches are discussed in detail, and most of it is people rooting for the adversary, praying that Rafa loses, gloating over a loss and the usual hater remarks: ugly tennis, pig, etc... You would think that with all the triumphs Roger offers them those fans would be much happier and more gracious towards an opponent with whom their idol is in friendly terms.
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Re: Rafa to take Wimbledon like a rain-delaying storm

you took words from my mouth

just go to GM, when roger lost his FO against rafa, we did not jeer him like the fedtards did to rafa when he lost the quarter final in queen's ::rolleyes

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That's because of the nature of the discussion. We are talking about the Federer forum not Federer himself .
Usually in this forum Fed is only mentioned when he is playing against Nadal or in relevant threads (like the No1 position in the rankings). In the Fed forum all the Nadal matches are discussed in detail, and most of it is people rooting for the adversary, praying that Rafa loses, gloating over a loss and the usual hater remarks: ugly tennis, pig, etc... You would think that with all the triumphs Roger offers them those fans would be much happier and more gracious towards an opponent with whom their idol is in friendly terms.

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you took words from my mouth

just go to GM, when roger lost his FO against rafa, we did not jeer him like the fedtards did to rafa when he lost the quarter final in queen's :rolleyes
because we are Rafa fans, and we do not need to discuss Roger

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That's because of the nature of the discussion. We are talking about the Federer forum not Federer himself .
Usually in this forum Fed is only mentioned when he is playing against Nadal or in relevant threads (like the No1 position in the rankings). In the Fed forum all the Nadal matches are discussed in detail, and most of it is people rooting for the adversary, praying that Rafa loses, gloating over a loss and the usual hater remarks: ugly tennis, pig, etc... You would think that with all the triumphs Roger offers them those fans would be much happier and more gracious towards an opponent with whom their idol is in friendly terms.
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And what's this garad person doing here?
As Mimi said you can go back to your Fed forum and bash Rafa there as much as you like.
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hello, are you lost?? can't you see, this is Rafa's forum, not roger's forum, just go there and continue to worship your roger and bash rafa there, don't come here, your masterpiece is too great for us ordinary people to understand

actually if you are so sure that roger is the greatest, and nadal is nothing to him, theres no need to bash nadal, bashing nadal again, shows your uncertainty and insecure feelings on whether roger is unbeatable


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FYI: Rafa will be in London Wednesday.

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i hope he plays on next monday so that i can watch him on tv, coz after that i am going to france, won't be able to see him
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i hope he plays on next monday so that i can watch him on tv, coz after that i am going to france, won't be able to see him

If you're talking about the opening Monday, I don't think he will because the Men's Champion always opens play - that makes it probable that the top half of the draw will play Monday, and Rafa should be in the bottom half.
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opps, no rafa , but thanks still
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If you're talking about the opening Monday, I don't think he will because the Men's Champion always opens play - that makes it probable that the top half of the draw will play Monday, and Rafa should be in the bottom half.

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Re: Rafa to take Wimbledon like a rain-delaying storm

It is good for Rafa to play on Tuesday. The later he plays the better. The grass won't be so fresh. So as the days pass by the court will become slower and Rafa will have more grip with the ground.
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True, so is Rafa at Wimbly yet?

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You would think that with all the triumphs Roger offers them those fans would be much happier and more gracious towards an opponent with whom their idol is in friendly terms.
Well said. I'd only like to add: and vice versa.

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