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Should Nadal go glutenfree?

Gluten is said to cause inflammations and other problems. Nadals problems.
Djokovic has fared well with no Gluten.

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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

Andy Murray eats gluten-free and it's not helping him
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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

No. Only affects a ridiculously small number of people. And why just Nadal? Why not Federer? Why not everyone? Strange question.

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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

He should eat his bananas under a towel.

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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

I think you are all missing the importance of the coin toss.

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Doing strange things under a towel never helped Soderling.

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He needs to go tennis free and stick to underwear modelling.
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He should go moonball free

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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

What?
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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

He should go gluteal free.

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He should retire for his fans.
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He should go Phony-free for his own good.
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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

better dr ..

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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

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Gluten is said to cause inflammations and other problems. Nadals problems.
Djokovic has fared well with no Gluten.
Nole isn't looking particularly healthy these days

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Re: Should Nadal go glutenfree?

Nole is looking like a bag of sticks with tremendous will power- I think his lack of gluten is causing him to waste away. Nadal just needs to chat with Fed about being a champion who never beats his closet rival.

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