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Compared to Murray, Haas is nothing. He doesn't even have 1 slam final. How many titles does he have? How many masters titles does he have?

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Y u no respect blue collar workers ?
Because what you call blue collar workers I call disgraceful point vultures They simply don't belong in the top echelons of tennis. And I don't even want to hear about their so-called consistency: the only things they're consistent at is vulturing tournaments with no top players and bringing in the lube every time they do face a top player.
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Re: Hamburg F: Monaco aka Vulture in chief def Haas 7-5 6-4

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Well, that's the thing. He beats guys below him but is unable to challenge the top tier. It's just sad. But then again you sure enjoyed that spectacle Monaco put on against RN at RG, right?
I didn't watch that shit.

But then again, it is not like anyone wins many games vs. Nadal at RG.

Who is more deserving of a spot in the top 10? Some talented guy that may push the top guys but loses to any random mug?

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I don't like Monaco. He slayed Raonic at French Open. I will be forever spiteful of him for that.
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Compared to Murray, Haas is nothing. He doesn't even have 1 slam final. How many titles does he have? How many masters titles does he have?

There's also a difference between a posting mistake and outright insulting him.

I thought so. Take Murray out of your sig, please, and don't pretend to be a fan of him again.
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Because what you call blue collar workers I call disgraceful point vultures They simply don't belong in the top echelons of tennis. And I don't even want to hear about their so-called consistency: the only things they're consistent at is vulturing tournaments with no top players and bringing in the lube every time they do face a top player.
Lol, I was making fun of Johnny Groove's post about blue collar workers and MTF's hate for them :P.

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I didn't watch that shit.

But then again, it is not like anyone wins many games vs. Nadal at RG.

Who is more deserving of a spot in the top 10? Some talented guy that may push the top guys but loses to any random mug?
Well, there you go. A supposed top ten player on his 2nd best surface cannot even take a few games from RN. Disgraceful is what it is. Same as Ferrer when clay is concerned.


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That's bull.

If not him than who? Raonic? Haas? Other supposedly "talented" mugs who may challenge the top guys but whom Monaco routinely defeats?

Why not just eliminate every player outside the top 8 and just have a travelling 8-man tennis tour?
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Well, there you go. A supposed top ten player on his 2nd best surface cannot even take a few games from RN. Disgraceful is what it is. Same as Ferrer when clay is concerned.
This speaks more to Nadal's dominance on clay than anything. I mean come on, almost nobody wins games vs. Nadal on clay.

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I don't like Monaco. He slayed Raonic at French Open. I will be forever spiteful of him for that.
If Raonic cannot even beat Monaco, how was he going to beat Nadal?

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we needed Almagro yesterday to save tennis
Yeah, cause he is better than Monaco, Monaco is far more aggressive than Almagro.
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The way he bends for Pocahontas is absolutely disgusting. Simon trashes the WTA but doesn't complain that Monaco earns money for such a embarrasing display of "tennis" everytime he plays Nadal. I'd rather see two women that are at least trying against each other than the soft gay porn movie "Pico" delivers when he catches a glimpse of his master across the net
So Nadal is the only player on tour. It doesn't count that he gives Murray and Djokovic hard times.
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Re: Hamburg F: Monaco aka Vulture in chief def Haas 7-5 6-4

So what if he can't harm the top 4, wait he does harm Djokovic and Murray. Does he need to get off the fact that mentally his off against Nadal, yes, i actually think that loss from Nadal is a good thing for him cause it as clear he was not buying the sorry crap from Nadal, and doesn't wanna hear any of it, it will make him step up. And wait his ranked below them he is suppose to lose to them, everyone in ATP vultures, they are just failed vultures. People here rather like players that have nothing but serve ala Anderson, Raonic (most overrated), and Isner.
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How 'bout some respect for Pico?

Fought like a dog all week long, especially vs. Almagro in the SF.

Better to be a vulture than a loser, I say.

Still a good week for Tommy Ass.
From the guy who brings us "Mug Of The Month". You have to love the hypocrisy of that post.

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Re: Hamburg F: Monaco aka Vulture in chief def Haas 7-5 6-4

Just to make this clear. I am not saying Monaco does not deserve his place in the rankings. He's earned it fair and square as a pro. It's just that players in his position should be a bit more of a threat to the top guys than he is. Maybe I'm unfair but that's what I think.

I am not sure if this sounds logical though . Sometimes even I am not rational.

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Re: Hamburg F: Monaco aka Vulture in chief def Haas 7-5 6-4

Good effort from Monaco, was the better player today. Haas showed some great touch, made a few great volleys, but started spraying errors in the second set.

I have to say I don´t get this whole vulturing thing. How is winning a 500 tournament vulturing? Monaco is a hard working player, who is having a great year, he deserves some credit.
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