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When Federer last time had 15 matches winning strike

Could had 22 if he beat Djokovic (he had match points) and Rafa in final.
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WTF 2010, Doha 2011, Semifinal AO 2011 - 15 matches
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Could had 22 if he beat Djokovic (he had match points) and Rafa in final.
since it's safe to say roger will win WTF, doha, AO and then reach at least the semis of IW, he could very well have a 30+ match winning streak! not bad for a 30 year old!
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since it's safe to say roger will win WTF, doha, AO and then reach at least the semis of IW, he could very well have a 30+ match winning streak! not bad for a 30 year old!
He will also play Davis cup and Rotterdam I think, well he probably wont win AO but he is on good way to win Doha, YEC and atleast get to semis in AO. I say he is on good way to get to 25+ in a row.

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He will also play Davis cup and Rotterdam I think, well he probably wont win AO but he is on good way to win Doha, YEC and atleast get to semis in AO. I say he is on good way to get to 25+ in a row.
I honestly don't see who would stop him at the AO. Djokovic was on fire last year and probably won't repeat that level of play. federer was just average but still made it competitive.
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was he ever on a 15 matches "strike"?
I don't think he played that bad for so long ever..maybe in 1998-1999

just kiddin'...but, seriously, did he ever lose 15 matches in a row?

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Djokovic is the favorite at the AO. He's beaten him in straight sets the last two times they've met there and he's won the tournament twice. Fed is the clear second favorite though.

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I honestly don't see who would stop him at the AO. Djokovic was on fire last year and probably won't repeat that level of play. federer was just average but still made it competitive.
hey Fedtard ....unless you noticed Fed always plays great at the end of the year.....Rafa is fucked up along with Novak and Andy and your hero in the best form this year needs 3 sets for Fish LOL.....anyway Fed is done winning Slams deal with it ......AO is Novak's ground and Rafa can win it also ....
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hey Fedtard ....unless you noticed Fed always plays great at the end of the year.....Rafa is fucked up along with Novak and Andy and your hero in the best form this year needs 3 sets for Fish LOL.....anyway Fed is done winning Slams deal with it ......AO is Novak's ground and Rafa can win it also ....
No need to troll a troll. Federer is still playing deep into the second week of majors. He can absolutely still win slams, especially if he gets a break in the draw, ala Sampras 2002 USO (or in that case, 3-4 breaks). Fed is still also a clear favorite to win any hardcourt slam over Nadal. Djokovic is the favorite, but if he falters, Fed will be right there to take advantage.

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hey Fedtard ....unless you noticed Fed always plays great at the end of the year.....Rafa is fucked up along with Novak and Andy and your hero in the best form this year needs 3 sets for Fish LOL.....anyway Fed is done winning Slams deal with it ......AO is Novak's ground and Rafa can win it also ....
Well, Djokovic and Nadal were healthy and playing good tennis last year in the end of the season. This year they both seem finished, dont know if they will come out on fire next season in Australia, Djokovic looks absolutely drained.

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hey Fedtard ....unless you noticed Fed always plays great at the end of the year.....Rafa is fucked up along with Novak and Andy and your hero in the best form this year needs 3 sets for Fish LOL.....anyway Fed is done winning Slams deal with it ......AO is Novak's ground and Rafa can win it also ....
Never know...If he is really good like everbody talk he can win GS's and beat everybody but it's cleary Federer has a complex of Djokovic on GS's recently and he can't win GS if he plays at his this year level.
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He's got a decent chance of getting another 20-match streak. More than that, I don't know. I hope not as winning Doha rarely augurs well for the A.O.

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to my mind the only threat for Roger at the AO is nadal. djokovic will have a tremendous amount of preasure and will likely get owned by fed or murray.
at RG: same story, djokovic is no threat for Roger on clay.
Wimbledon: fed got extremely unlucky last couple of years to play against players who had the match of their lives. I'm willing to bet the Maestro will put things in order this year.
US open: same thing, got extremely unlucky last 3 years. The revenge will be implacable!

in fact, I see Roger winning between 1 and 3 slams next year. He has a chance at all of them, but will probably run off with Wimbledon and US open.
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to my mind the only threat for Roger at the AO is nadal. djokovic will have a tremendous amount of preasure and will likely get owned by fed or murray.
at RG: same story, djokovic is no threat for Roger on clay.
Wimbledon: fed got extremely unlucky last couple of years to play against players who had the match of their lives. I'm willing to bet the Maestro will put things in order this year.
US open: same thing, got extremely unlucky last 3 years. The revenge will be implacable!

in fact, I see Roger winning between 1 and 3 slams next year. He has a chance at all of them, but will probably run off with Wimbledon and US open.

You are as bad or worse than the most fanboy-ish Djokovic fans.
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