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Re: Djokovic's junior coach troubled by his slump

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when was the last time this "coach" spoke to novak?

crazies come out of the woodwork for their 15 secs whenever they can.

i bet my house she knows not one more thing about his personal life than the biggest nole stan on this forum.

not to mention if she really cared, she'd shut up.

nothing wrong with the man. just can't win them all.
DemiCrayanhan speaks the truth.

What people wouldn't do to get some publicity. Shame.
And lol slump...he played the RG final nearly won it, played Wimby semi final lost against the grass court champ and finally played semi in olympics against the golden medal winner and he had his chances in that match too. Nadal would've wished for a slump like that it's not like he lost in the first rounds or anything. Plus RG and Wim were never his best surfaces.
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Novak has to change his team with a better coach.
It seems his team does not do good to him this year.
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Re: Djokovic's junior coach troubled by his slump

This slump began after his loss at Monte Carlo after his grandpa died. He never really seemed himself after that.
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The game moved on, Djokovic couldn't keep up.

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Nothing wrong with Djokovic. It's just not an easy task to back up an almost perfect season. I mean, only Fed managed that in the open era. Djokovic is no Federer.
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You guys are misunderstanding. There might not be much of a slump result wise, but his mentality has clearly changed these past few months.
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You guys are misunderstanding. There might not be much of a slump result wise, but his mentality has clearly changed these past few months.
its nothing to be ashamed of, its hard to stay mentally on top after one dominating year, happens to many - Nadull, Wilander and Agassi couldnt come close

they cant all be the extraordinaire beasts that Federer and Sampras were nothing to be ashamed of falling short of the gods of tennis.
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when was the last time this "coach" spoke to novak?

crazies come out of the woodwork for their 15 secs whenever they can.

i bet my house she knows not one more thing about his personal life than the biggest nole stan on this forum.

not to mention if she really cared, she'd shut up.

nothing wrong with the man. just can't win them all.
This is true. Seems like the junior coach craved some limelight.

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its nothing to be ashamed of, its hard to stay mentally on top after one dominating year, happens to many - Nadull, Wilander and Agassi couldnt come close

they cant all be the extraordinaire beasts that Federer and Sampras were nothing to be ashamed of falling short of the gods of tennis.
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Nothing wrong with Djokovic. It's just not an easy task to back up an almost perfect season. I mean, only Fed managed that in the open era. Djokovic is no Federer.
Thank God for that.
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he's still the same as last year, he just got figured out as well as Roger picking up his game considerably since USO last year, therefore taking his rightful place at the top where he belongs

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he's still the same as last year, he just got figured out as well as Roger picking up his game considerably since USO last year, therefore taking his rightful place at the top where he belongs
But... the king is dead, no?
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The game has evolved, it´s the end of an era.
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Nah, if it's not obvious, I can't stand Nadull but I make most of these points in a joking manner. Most don't get it which just shows how strong the tardism is around here.
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Re: Djokovic's junior coach troubled by his slump

The theories of Nole a transitional champion/2011 an anomaly appear to be validated.

I remember last year when Noletards were bragging Who do you see taking down Nole in the years to come... Well, Nadal, Murray and Fed did it.
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