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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 #1201 of 4037 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 10:55 PM
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Re: Will Nadal be able to go back to the top 2 before Fed retires?

If Noserer retires at the end of this year, then no.
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If Noserer retires at the end of this year, then no.
Noserer? lamest insult ever
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Great thread.
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dull is done, no doubt about it

the new world tennis order will be dictated by del GOATro and djokovic
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Noserer? lamest insult ever
Lamespindoc is known for his lack of funnyness. He does try hard though.

Anyway it will be hard for Dull to return to the top 2, given he will be out of the top 4 soon.
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Lamespindoc is known for his lameness.

Anyway it will be hard for Dull to return to the top 2, given he will be out of the top 4 soon.
Time to prepare for slamless year for your idol, Magician....I mean Honestly. There is no way the old man will keep his computer #2 when Nadal comes back and deep down you and all Noserer fangirls know it. I predict Noserer won't even qualify for WTF next year and his biggest achievement will be another RU plate in Basel against some indoor Goat similar to Del Po
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Re: Endless Federer-Nadal debates

Gotta love "Federer ahead" leading the poll , really shows ya

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dull is done, no doubt about it

the new world tennis order will be dictated by del GOATro and djokovic
What in the last year has given you ANY indication that Pony will go ANYWHERE in the future better than he is now?
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Time to prepare for slamless year for your idol, Magician....I mean Honestly. There is no way the old man will keep his computer #2 when Nadal comes back and deep down you and all Noserer fangirls know it. I predict Noserer won't even qualify for WTF next year and his biggest achievement will be another RU plate in Basel against some indoor Goat similar to Del Po
Why do you change my words? Oh well I guess that's true too
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frauderer is declining faster than an aeroplane with no engines

unfortunately, nadal has no real competition on red stuff

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unfortunately, nadal has no real competition on red stuff

10 RGs for sure
Indeed, he is. But since his level of around 2004-2007 was somewhere at around Mars-Jupiter levels clowns such as you will keep getting butthurt even if he doesn't play his best tennis.


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Indeed, he is. But since his level of around 2004-2007 was somewhere at around Mars-Jupiter levels clowns such as you will keep getting butthurt even if he doesn't play his best tennis.
as i have said many times before, it's easy to maintain consistency and dominate the field when you have no real rivals

no real rivals, combined with homogenized courts, and the powers that be catering to your every whim...

2006-2007 was when he had no competition (apart from nadal on clay, who in turn had no real competition), and when frauderer-loving mania was in full swing

if you want to talk about frauderer genuinely being quite good at tennis, and beating good players, then talk about 2004-2005

put him in an era with multiple slam contenders, and with genuinely different surfaces and playing style, then you'll see the real frauderer
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I doubt it.
Why "Before Fed retires?" Odds are Nadal will retire before Fed does. Look at their respective health situations.
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Re: Endless Federer-Nadal debates

His delusions know no boundary. Fed boasted that he dominated the field for "5 months" after djoker beat him in the us open.
of course, he forced himself to play davis cup. fed whined about exhaustion.
LOL He had no problem from 2004 to 2006 when injured and stiff players praised him after choking their matches away.
Even Nadal thought he was too good in 2005 and threw away opportunities in Miami and 2007 Wimbledon.

Nadal was unhealthy in 2003 and Djoker WAS weak in 2008, but Federer called nadal a one surface player and insulted djoker, djoker parents & other players
No one insulted federer when he surrendered in the nadal matches and didn't play some tournaments. fed should be happy that he drove roddick to retirement, long before 2009 Wimbledon.
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Did the Federer - Nadal rivalry strangle the game?

They are both about as interesting as watching paint drying on a wall and as a result did their domination actually turn people off?

We watch sport for shocks, underdogs stories and for the characters within the sports, yet for years until Djokovic arrived at the top of the scene with have been left with two complete bores.

Thinking about it now, how many truly interesting players are there?
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