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Nadal more than 15 matches ahead. 108 40.15%
Nadal 13-14 matches ahead. 25 9.29%
Nadal 11-12 matches ahead. 20 7.43%
Nadal 9-10 matches ahead. 20 7.43%
Nadal 7-8 matches ahead. 20 7.43%
Nadal 5-6 matches ahead. 19 7.06%
Nadal 3-4 matches ahead. 5 1.86%
Nadal 1-2 matches ahead. 1 0.37%
Equal 4 1.49%
Federer ahead 47 17.47%
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post #301 of 4037 (permalink) Old 12-17-2010, 08:34 PM
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Re: Mcenroe : Nadal is a better athlete than Federer

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That goes without saying IMO.

Nadal's athleticism is amazing to watch. The guy gave a new meaning to defense. Andre Agassi commented on Nadal, saying that he has never witnessed any one move and retrieve the ball as well as Nadal.
Sampras called Nadal "the beast".




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Re: Mcenroe : Nadal is a better athlete than Federer

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Re: Like it or not, Federer IS the reason for these outrageous predictions for Nadal

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Re: The Endless Federer-Nadal Debates

the pointless Federer-Nadal Debates
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Oh so you are now the Judge ?
What about you?

You seem to be doing a lot of judging.
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Re: The Endless Federer-Nadal Debates

Time for this thread to be locked. Just trolling going onm there hasn't been a decent discussion for several pages.
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Re: The Endless Federer-Nadal Debates

Wilander:

It's pretty weird that he's the greatest of all time, but there's a guy in his own era whom he can't beat.
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Wilander:

It's pretty weird that he's the greatest of all time, but there's a guy in his own era whom he can't beat.
Very interesting, I saw Federer beating Nadal at least 8 times. Someone should coop you up in a cage, troll.

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Wilander:

It's pretty weird that he's the greatest of all time, but there's a guy in his own era whom he can't beat.
I'm sure Nadal would have been far more happier with an additional 2 wimbledons.... oh wait..
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Re: The Endless Federer-Nadal Debates

i think we know by now Wilander is an utter idiot, that is clear
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i think we know by now Wilander is an utter idiot, that is clear
And clearly never heard of match ups. If cheater was a righty what would the H2H be?

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And clearly never heard of match ups. If cheater was a righty what would the H2H be?
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Re: The Endless Federer-Nadal Debates

Almost all of those slam finals Federer has lost have been against Nadal, while the last three he has won have seen the Spaniard either absent, as at Wimbledon, or knocked out before the final - by Andy Murray at Flushing Meadows and Sweden's Robin Soderling in Paris, both of whom lost to Federer in the final. Nadal, almost five years younger than Federer, has won 14 of their 21 meetings; in slam finals he holds a 6-2 advantage, and in all finals leads 11–5. While not detracting from the achievements of the Swiss, these results might, with some justification, call into question whether federer can really be deemed the greatest player of the modern era.U
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Re: Federer to do test with Paul Annacone

As a Nadal fan I must say that I am afraid....very afraid.

I was real happy for years as Federer just played the same old game and same old strategy because he was to cocky to change or improve.

Anacones influence has already been see as Fed charges the net far more often.

I believe feds only chance against Nadal is the net because you cant beat Nadal going toe to toe from the baseline.
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As a Nadal fan I must say that I am afraid....very afraid.

I was real happy for years as Federer just played the same old game and same old strategy because he was to cocky to change or improve.

Anacones influence has already been see as Fed charges the net far more often.

I believe feds only chance against Nadal is the net because you cant beat Nadal going toe to toe from the baseline.
it's not that fedclown never had the game to beat rafa excluding clay, just that he is mentally owned by rafa........annacone can change whatever, still it won't change anything when it comes to facing rafa........

a totally steamed out nadal took him to 3 sets on his worst surface.......imagine what a fully fit nadal will do to him on outdoor hardcourts and grass which are not his worst surfaces.......
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