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Djoko the next Gonzo?

Is Djoko the next Gonzo? Remember Gonzo and 2 set points in the first set on his own serve? Now look where he is. He barely beats top 1000 players!
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Re: Djoko the next Gonzo?

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Re: Djoko the next Gonzo?

as someone said above no way for that happening...but there's a slight room for him to fall out of top 10 after a while being there! he might as well choke in the way of becoming next #1...

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Re: Djoko the next Gonzo?

Gonzo never won this many big titles at this age. Djokovic is still young...he's got his whole career ahead of him
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no no way, Fakevic will keep getting great results next year
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no no way, Fakevic will keep getting great results next year
Fakevic? how can you fake in tennis??? Faking an injury in tennis brings absolutely nothing to either of players. It has nothing to do with faking injuries in Football/soccer where faking injuries can change the game.

That's disrespectful. It can go to Roger Fakarer too and anybody else. In US open he could have won over Roger without asking for medical assistance.
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Re: Djoko the next Gonzo?

Though not likely...it is possible that he could go the way of Gonzo for a year or so. It happened to Boris Becker...why not him. Once fame hits the young guys who seek and love the spotlight, invariably, the fairer sex around the world jumps into the game...and distractions follow.

The fact that Sharapova was in his friend's box, shows that there MAY (not certain) but MAY be a lapse in concentration for a year or so. But, I fear, it will not be long enough for my tastes.
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pfff i do not want to explain this again, i will just say , yeah faking injuries in tennis brings very much
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Fakevic? how can you fake in tennis??? Faking an injury in tennis brings absolutely nothing to either of players. It has nothing to do with faking injuries in Football/soccer where faking injuries can change the game.

That's disrespectful. It can go to Roger Fakarer too and anybody else. In US open he could have won over Roger without asking for medical assistance.
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Is Djoko the next Gonzo? Remember Gonzo and 2 set points in the first set on his own serve? Now look where he is. He barely beats top 1000 players!
You can't jump to conclusions about any player based on one match or one year.

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no no way, Fakevic will keep getting great results next year
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Fakevic? how can you fake in tennis??? Faking an injury in tennis brings absolutely nothing to either of players. It has nothing to do with faking injuries in Football/soccer where faking injuries can change the game.

That's disrespectful. It can go to Roger Fakarer too and anybody else. In US open he could have won over Roger without asking for medical assistance.
Blah blah blah. Don't like it, don't read it, fanboy. Your is disrespectful to my eyes, I'm not complaining.
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Though not likely...it is possible that he could go the way of Gonzo for a year or so. It happened to Boris Becker...why not him. Once fame hits the young guys who seek and love the spotlight, invariably, the fairer sex around the world jumps into the game...and distractions follow.

The fact that Sharapova was in his friend's box, shows that there MAY (not certain) but MAY be a lapse in concentration for a year or so. But, I fear, it will not be long enough for my tastes.
That kind of thing happened to Safin too. However, it didn't happen to Roger because he has Mirka

You can't prejudge and think that any player is going to be just like another. The fact that Sharapova was in Djokovic's box might also mean nothing at all.

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If only...

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Though not likely...it is possible that he could go the way of Gonzo for a year or so. It happened to Boris Becker...why not him. Once fame hits the young guys who seek and love the spotlight, invariably, the fairer sex around the world jumps into the game...and distractions follow.

The fact that Sharapova was in his friend's box, shows that there MAY (not certain) but MAY be a lapse in concentration for a year or so. But, I fear, it will not be long enough for my tastes.
Maybe he invited Sharapova because of the imitations.
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Re: Djoko the next Gonzo?

No because he actually has a backhand, hits his forehand, and goes for his serve. He also moves and returns better than Gonzalez. Plus he has the added advantage of being young enough that he is only going to improve from here.

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