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Sadly though, being better than Monaco might very well be his greatest career achievement.
You are just not realistic about Ferrer.
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What? you have to be able to beat the top 4 in order to gain respect? I didn't know that... Can't you just accept that Monaco is not good enough to beat the top 4? does he deserve to be called mug for that?
The people here calling players mugs are rabid idiots, so don't worry about that.

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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

Interestingly, Monaco has a winning H2H with Ferrer! Lolz. How is he an 80-90% Ferrer lol, if Ferrer can't even beat him most of the time?

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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

People hate Monaco because he bends over so hard for Rafa.
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Pico needs a pair of victories over Rafa and he would be a hero here.

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Pico needs a pair of victories over Rafa and he would be a hero here.
yeah, like Ferrer who's still getting flak despite beating Nadal 4 times in his career.

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yeah, like Ferrer who's still getting flak despite beating Nadal 4 times in his career.
Not really. He's earned many fans having saved tennis 4 times.

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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

both are tragic for tennis. monaco more

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Besides, a player gaining fans for beating Nadal is only cancelling out the hatred he receives from the Rafatard brethren.

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Ferrer has beaten Rafa as many times in Grand Slams as Muzzah or Roger ever has

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Not really. He's earned many fans having saved tennis 4 times.



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Ferrer has beaten Rafa as many times in Grand Slams as Muzzah or Roger ever has
That is actually quite an odd statistic... Wonder how many times he's lost and whether his win % is better vs Rafa than either Murray/Roger over best of 5.
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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

Ferrer is way ahead of Monaco. Just look at their slam results. Ferrer QF's or better at all slams, while Monaco has never been beyond R16.

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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

Maxi, you must be new here.
Every player is a mug in MTF. You never heard of Fedmug? Mugdal? Mugovic? Mugray?

ATM they're not mentioned so much because they're olderer, the moonballer, fakervic and "That slamless dude".

So... Don't whine about that, the thread is stupid as fuck.




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Sadly though, being better than Monaco might very well be his greatest career achievement.
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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

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Ferrer is way ahead of Monaco. Just look at their slam results. Ferrer QF's or better at all slams, while Monaco has never been beyond R16.
Says it all. If Ferrer was 6" tall, he'd be a much bigger threat as well. He's got quite a decent serve as well.


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