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Re: Murray and Del Potro: The Future of Tennis

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i was reading an 2007 acc thread and a few people voted for you because you said serena would hold her own against top 100 atp players
so, you are way more delusional than me.
and i amn't delusional at all.
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Your arguments have no weight. I haven't read one word where you've actually stated why you feel Murray will win these slams... Besides Federer is no longer JesusFed.

As someone else said, just because you want it, doesn't mean it's gonna happen.

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Re: Murray and Del Potro: The Future of Tennis

Nadal is 24 and even with crappy knees he has won 2 slams this year. Where was Murray then? Where was Del Po?

Andy is 23 now. It's very rare for a multiple slam winner not to have won his first slam at this age. There are players around that aren't Federer or Nadal but can still play better than him on grass imo.

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imo he'll only win at roland garros from now on.
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Re: Murray and Del Potro: The Future of Tennis

This might be somewhat believeable if:

a) Nadal was actually declining right now, not currently enjoying his prime
b) Federer was actually finished at Slams, not defending one and reaching at least the QF at the others
c) Murray was invulnerable to anyone outside Fedal at Slams, not losing to Berdych, Cilic, Verdasco etc...
d) DelPo proved his one Slam win wasn't a one shot deal
e) DelPo actually picked up a tennis racquet again
f) Murray hadn't spent a couple of years playing at peak level already
g) Murray proved he was a potential Slam winner at all and didn't suffer convincing defeats every time he got far enough to pose a threat

other than that... good prediction.

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what do you find so funny?

Because what you are selling as the "truth" is in fact just another featherbrained prediction of yours
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murray is not going to win a slam imo and i also can't see federer winning another one. same goes to berdych and soderling.

del potro might win another slam but surely not 5 within 3 years.

nadal will win the most slams of all players in the next 2-3 years imo.
What a bandwagon comment.

Whole thread is just full of knee-jerk reaction comments. Just let them play, none of you idiots can predict shit. Federer was apparently done in 2007, in 2008, in 2009, now in 2010. Nadal was apparently done many times as well. Clearly no one can predict anything.

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Because what you are selling as the "truth" is in fact just another featherbrained prediction of yours
oh really?
featherbrained?
you'll see, you'll all see that murray and del potro will get all the slams i've said they will.
murray will start with the us open, and continue into the australian open.
in a few years, maybe we can bump this thread up when i'm right?

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we are in the nadal era and they will have to fight like no other day to snatch even 1 slam from him in the next 1 year.......deal with it.......
An era is longer than a couple of months on clay and a month on grass...
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What a bandwagon comment.

Whole thread is just full of knee-jerk reaction comments. Just let them play, none of you idiots can predict shit. Federer was apparently done in 2007, in 2008, in 2009, now in 2010. Nadal was apparently done many times as well. Clearly no one can predict anything.
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you'll see, you'll all see that murray and del potro will get all the slams i've said they will.
Now what was it you said before this year's Wimby again...? Oh, right.
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Murray will win Wimbledon. Mark my words.

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We should be appreciative of Federer though, because we will never see anything like him again. The fact he can still compete for slams ever after the erosion of his physical skills is really a greater testament to the natural talent he has than the period of time when he was dominating the tour.
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Now what was it you said before this year's Wimby again...? Oh, right.

Exactly. What happened to that comparatively easy short-term prediction?
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Now what was it you said before this year's Wimby again...? Oh, right.
i didn't say this year's wimbledon, i just said wimbledon, regardless of year.
i was expecting federer to win it this year.

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this thread is so Tf-like! management!
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i didn't say this year's wimbledon, i just said wimbledon, regardless of year.
i was expecting federer to win it this year.
This is getting pathetic. You know what I found? The old WWW wimbledon 2010 thread. It has an open poll...
http://www.menstennisforums.com/poll...ts&pollid=6850
Guess who was one of the 9 people who voted for Murray? That's right, ace. You. So stop lying, it only makes you look like more of a child.

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We should be appreciative of Federer though, because we will never see anything like him again. The fact he can still compete for slams ever after the erosion of his physical skills is really a greater testament to the natural talent he has than the period of time when he was dominating the tour.
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