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which player plays best in extreme, non-ideal conditions?

today, we will see record breaking temperatures with the top players in action? their fitness, endurance and mental strength will be tested.

so who deals with extreme conditions like heat, wind etc the best?
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Re: which player plays best in extreme, non-ideal conditions?

Agassi was good at it, especially playing in the wind. Since 2004 Federer improved a lot in this departement, he doesn't tank matchs anymore because of wind, cold or anything.

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active players?
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When you're talking of mental strenght you have to say Nadal and like I already said Federer is not as weak as some people may think. So yeah for me Fed and Nadal are far above the rest.

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It really doesn't seem all THAT hot outside.
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Re: which player plays best in extreme, non-ideal conditions?

Djokovic
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Kleybanova.

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Djokovic
HAHA. pretty sure Djoker is having a pretty bad time here in the heat and that his "lung" problems or w.e he has dont give him an advantage, so theres no way he's the best player with extreme conditions. If anyone it would probably be Rafa

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Federer
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Re: which player plays best in extreme, non-ideal conditions?

Since you said extreme conditions (which includes heat and cold), Fed would be somewhere at the top of the list since he can play quite well in cold and hot conditions.

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