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In this undeniably weak era, should the YEC be held at all?

Years ago, in an era of lions , champions with heroics and slam titles galore participated in the nabisco masters or whatever they were called to cap a dramatic end to the season.

The skills and character displayed in those years have become legendary. Today's champion would be lucky to win a RR match in this type of cutthroat high quality competition.

Today one arrogant man from switzerland turns up on court and all the chokers gift him titles at his command. My blood boils when i see the premier tennis tournaments being reduced to a show of chokers and overrated transitional champs.

There are no heroes left today. there are no lions.Only lambs.Only hyenas. only nalbandian. Only ljubicic. All born to cry mummy at the first sight of adversity. should a tournament be held for these pansies to gift the title to a transitional champ with a noncreative western grip?

Its time to construct a museum with glorious moments from the era of lions. The present day pretenders can play exhibitions and the "winner" can get a kiss from the hot Germaine Greene.
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LOL.

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Considering the fact that it's been replaced by the Master cup I wanna say no, but it's nice to see you put a little more effort in the trolling you'd seemed a little sloppy lately
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mediter talks a lot of sense I find. Well not in all aspects but in some. This is a clown era.

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Every era was full of clowns (tennis history lesson)
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what the hell are you thought :retard:
It's a great era : Fed Rafa Nole Davy Andy James Picks shut up !!

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what the hell are you thought :retard:
It's a great era : Fed Rafa Nole Davy Andy James Picks shut up !!
When the likes of Boredo can make the top 10 and headcase chokers like Blake, Ljubicic and Nalbandian get away with their choking this is a clown era. In the 90s Boredo would be top 40 at best whilst these chokers wouldn't be winning any silverware.

Federer is the only naturally gifted player who isn't a headcase or a choker. Nadal and Nole are not naturally gifted.

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When the likes of Boredo can make the top 10 and headcase chokers like Blake, Ljubicic and Nalbandian get away with their choking this is a clown era. In the 90s Boredo would be top 40 at best whilst these chokers wouldn't be winning any silverware.

Federer is the only naturally gifted player who isn't a headcase or a choker. Nadal and Nole are not naturally gifted.
Yet you have Djoke in your sig.
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If tennis sucks so much right now don't watch it.
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Might as well have a good post number 100 for one of the best posters of alltime, and this one is even more of a gem than your other recent one.

Nice to see you have a clown almsot as big as you in this thread too, in rocketassist

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