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Your favourite unforced error?



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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

I like a good frame shank that sends the ball flying to the stands.

A terribly timed drop shot a la Djokovic is nice too. Even better if it bounces before reaching the net.

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Fognini knows something, he was discussing with Sock in the locker room about Fedal final. But Donskoy interrupted in Dubai. But when Rafa loses Fed will lose as well so Rafa will retire after Shanghai ??? That is why Murray decided to injure himself and Djokovic, to help Berdych.
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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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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

The Federer backhand shank stands alone...
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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Backhand error from one-handed players that go to net.

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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

I love those similar to Stepanek's vs Raonic!
(at net, whole court open, slams it hard with a non framehit and successfully misses the court)


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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Any of Berrer's overheads
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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Yeah Federer's bh and Berrer's smashes from the past are material to spill coffee all over the laptop.

Also it's good when someone tries to play it safe to avoid a mistake, slices all the time and finally slices himself to death in the bottom net.

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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Any Nadal's errors especially when he grunts like hell...it's so funny to see the result...and his face !!! Ha ha, really priceless
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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Federer's BH or FH shanks that go into orbit..

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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Tards trying to turn this good thread into a Fedal war, expected.

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Fognini knows something, he was discussing with Sock in the locker room about Fedal final. But Donskoy interrupted in Dubai. But when Rafa loses Fed will lose as well so Rafa will retire after Shanghai ??? That is why Murray decided to injure himself and Djokovic, to help Berdych.
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Can't beat the old Russian/ex-Soviet ballbasher UE that hits the back fence before the court.
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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

Drop shot hit in the middle of the net when your's opponent stands 3 meters off the court.

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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

DF from coria, with the first serve into the bottom of the net and the second serve touching the baseline.

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Re: Your favourite unforced error?

return error, to the bottom of the net (or not even reaching the net)

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