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He is right, but obviously some people who live in their parents' basement know it better.
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if bollettieri says so...

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Bollettieri said this is the strongest era ever. That makes him unqualified to comment.

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Bollettieri said this is the strongest era ever. That makes him unqualified to comment.
everyone agrees that this is the strongest era ever except you Fed fans ...
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Bollettieri is obviously right. How many Slams has Murray won? How many sets of a Slam final has he won?

His only chance(and it is a very small chance) is if all the players with balls lose before the final, and he is able to take on a player like Monfils or Simon for the title. Otherwise Murray's passive, weakling game will lose to a great and in-form player.
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Sapeod asked who is Bollettieri???? hahahahahhahahaha .........greatest tennis coach of all time and one of the best tennis minds of all time ......men who created Agassi and others and he is right Murray wont win a slam...he has no weapons to do it ....


Wow. You know absolutely nothing. Thanks for finally letting on
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everyone agrees that this is the strongest era ever except you Fed fans ...
If such a shit player as Murray is the 4th best guy, it mustn't be THAT strong, must it, unless you're one of those who only bigs him up to defend the era itself....

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Bollettieri is obviously right. How many Slams has Murray won? How many sets of a Slam final has he won?

His only chance(and it is a very small chance) is if all the players with balls lose before the final, and he is able to take on a player like Monfils or Simon for the title. Otherwise Murray's passive, weakling game will lose to a great and in-form player.
It's a shame the conditions and court speeds forced Roddick to develop a passive, weakling game isn't it.

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It's a shame the conditions and court speeds forced Roddick to develop a passive, weakling game isn't it.
Yes, it's a damned disgrace. At least Roddick had the guts to win a Slam before playing like a pansy though.
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It's a shame the conditions and court speeds forced Roddick to develop a passive, weakling game isn't it.
Same conditions for everybody, and not all have developed a passive weakling game.

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If such a shit player as Murray is the 4th best guy, it mustn't be THAT strong, must it, unless you're one of those who only bigs him up to defend the era itself....
Murray is shit mentally not talent wise .....and we have Novak,Rafa and Fed ...that alone makes it the strongest ever...it is harder today to win a Slam than ever before
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he is right Murray wont win a slam...he has no weapons to do it ....
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If such a shit player as Murray is the 3rd(fixed) best guy, it mustn't be THAT strong, must it, unless you're one of those who only bigs him up to defend the era itself....
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Who is this clown? Does he not have a single functioning brain cell in his head? Or is he really that stupid? :stupi:
His view on Murray can't be any worse than yours.

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Re: Bollettieri thinks Murray can't win a GS

One thing is for sure, murray is a slamless clown.

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But he lost 23 times against you.
's right. We have to also throw into the mix. But I do not think it is currently the decisive factor. But he has achieved in my opinion too much. Maybe this is crucial if I move him even closer after major victories. But 14 or 17 Grand Slam titles is a significant difference. At the present time there is no question that he must be the greater player than me.

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