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Another serious Nadal thread: If he played right handed, how many RG's would he win?

It's been inspiring to see so many great threads on MTF lately, that sooner or later this question HAD to be asked.

So how many RG's would Nadal have if he played using his right hand?

I'd assume it would be the same number of Wimbledon's Federer would have if he played with a two-handed backhand...


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Re: Another serious Nadal thread: If he played right handed, how many RG's would he w

The face at the end kinda implies this thread shouldn't be taken seriously, no?

But anyways, who knows? Ask him to play right handed. Don't think much will change.
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Re: Another serious Nadal thread: If he played right handed, how many RG's would he w

If Federer had 11 toes, would he have won a single grand slam?

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Re: Another serious Nadal thread: If he played right handed, how many RG's would he w

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If Federer had 11 toes, would he have won a single grand slam?
Depends on the height of the toe, no?

If the toe is too high, no problem. If it touches the ground then that might hurt his foot...

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