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Legendary faker, cheater and attention whore for sure...

good one ejaculon. you just insulted every great nole fan out there who follows him.

that looks like a bitter attack on nole and all his fans to me.

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I am 100% right about this, and I truly love tennis.



You know me better than that Mattie. And stop lying to yourself, I am 100% right about Nole. You need to stop thinking with your little head. nYour lust for the Faker clouds your judgement.


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good one ejaculon. you just insulted every great nole fan out there who follows him.

that looks like a bitter attack on nole and all his fans to me.

was it really necessary?


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I don't think his there yet, but i think he eventually will.
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Not yet but he's headed in that direction!

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If you have been a fan since day 1, you know I speak the truth.
I must apologize, but this doesn't make any sense. Day 1 is when Nole played his first ITF Match, ATP Match, Juniors Match ? When was it exactly ? And how could anyone had been a fan of Nole then ? Besides, family, close relatives and a few patriots of course...

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I must apologize, but this doesn't make any sense. Day 1 is when Nole played his first ITF Match, ATP Match, Juniors Match ? When was it exactly ? And how could anyone had been a fan of Nole then ?
anyway it starts before the 2007 year when the Sanshisan poster "fan from the beginning" started to be a fan of Djokovic's, and the faking reputation comes especially from the previous years.

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I must apologize, but this doesn't make any sense. Day 1 is when Nole played his first ITF Match, ATP Match, Juniors Match ? When was it exactly ? And how could anyone had been a fan of Nole then ?
Think about it.
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Novak is a legend in the making. He has however taken tennis to a new level and if he continues in his current form, it won't be long before reasonable people view him as a full-bloodied legend.
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Legendary faker, cheater and attention whore for sure...
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Novak is a legend in the making. He has however taken tennis to a new level and if he continues in his current form, it won't be long before reasonable people view him as a full-bloodied legend.
I beg to differ. How has Novak taken tennis to a new level?

Federer and Nadal have taken it to a new level. Novak, being in the mix had no choice but to keep up with their levels in order to win tournaments. Kudos for having mastered the art of survival but don't overcredit the bloke. He's not a pioneer like Roger (genius, artistry) or Rafa (physical, point-to-point play).

Novak has mastered the art of survival on the new levels created by Roger and Rafa's rivalry. Hasn't taken tennis to a new level.

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To have won the slams that he's achieved recently with probably the strongest bunch of players of all time would certainly give him legendary status and I can see him reaching double figures for slams in the next 3 years.

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So I got this and a bad rep from you? Somebody is in a flirty mood.
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I am 100% right about this, and I truly love tennis.

You didn't answer the question - Nole comes out at the AO 2012 and plays for 11 hours in 2 matches, the last of which was the LONGEST GS FINAL MATCH IN HISTORY - did he call for the trainer ONCE? As a `faker' and a `cheater' he should have at least done that much.

How many top players call for the trainer? Happens all the time. Federer did for `back pain' a couple days ago in the 4th rd at Wimby when it looked like he was in trouble against Malisse(!? LOL) A couple days later Fed comes out against Youzny in the quarter finals looking fantastic. No evidence of back stiffness at all. I didn't see you or anyone else screaming = Fed is a F A K E R - he didn't have any back pain against Malisse!!!

I am sure you `love tennis' - as long as your guy is winning.



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