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View Poll Results: Who will win the 2012 year-end H2H?
Djokovic will take the lead 31 50.82%
Federer will claim his trophy 25 40.98%
They will end in a draw, for the first time 1 1.64%
I don't know. But this should be an official ATP award, it's amazing. 4 6.56%
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post #346 of 1201 (permalink) Old 08-13-2012, 05:40 PM
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Yeah in the surface of your imagination.

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Yeah in the surface of your imagination.
Is this all you got?!


Roger's best against Djokovic's best:
Grass: Roger would demolish djokovic.
Clay: Roger would beat djokovic easily.
Fast hardcourt: Roger would beat djokovic easily.
Slow hardcourt: This would be djokovic's best chnace but I still think Roger would edge djokovic.
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Slow hardcourt: This would be djokovic's best chnace but I still think Roger would edge djokovic.
Yeah. Roger was edging towards a meltdown after the continuous asswhooping that Nole's been giving him on this real surface for warriors of the game.

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Yeah. Roger was edging towards a meltdown after the continuous asswhooping that Nole's been giving him on this real surface for warriors of the game.
Okay, real surface for warriors= surface where your player wins the most. Nice try.

Okay let me try: grass = real surface for warriors.

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Nole is so unlucky that he wasn't born in Fed's weak era. He would have swept a boatload of trophies too.
Nole trolls showing their " knowledge" of tennis once again. An era in tennis doesn't last 4 years .
Novak has been losing Predominantly to Feds generation more that his generation age wise.
These are the people that Novak has lost to in slams since 2007.
Fed/Safin/Haas/Roddick/Melzer/kohlscilber and nadull depends on where u place nadull.
His generation that beat him just Tsonga n Berdych.
So in Reality it's fed and the Older guys containing Novak. Not his contemporaries.

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Not even close compared to Djokotards who bring an odd nationalistic flavour to their tripe.
Yeah, you're lucky Serbia is not your neighboring country.


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Roger had three top 10 wins in Rotterdam/Dubai. Nole had Tipsarevic in Toronto

Roger's Masters points comes from only good Masters 1000. Nole has 1600 points from Monte carlo and Toronto. And don't make a fool of yourself bringing up Madrid!!
Are you sure you want to go there? Shall we value their titles in terms of the ranking of their opponents? Shall we do it for all their titles? Check the stats. Take your time.

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Who do you think is more able to look at the situation objectively? An extreme Nole enthusiastic fangirl (you) or a non fan who appreciates the game for what it is (me)? Seems to me I am less emotionally invested and so more capable of providing an unbiased opinion.
Maybe we should hold a poll and find out who is actually more neutral when it comes to Nole. Should be a pretty even competition.

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Can't help but notice the obnoxious djoktards level of activity has spiked in the last few days.

Yesterday I was attacked by several djokotards in another thread. Today they are clogging up this thread.

djokovic won a masters 1000, I can only imagine waht will happen if he wins the US Open...

As for the topic, I think it will come down to the US Open and also to the participation or not in the shanghai and paris masters. If Roger skips both then I think the year end #1 is not possible even if ROger wins the US Open.
OMG poor you, "I was attcked" you're such a cute little innocent aren't you?

Djokovic won 30 something or similar matches in a row and MTF survided, last time I checked. Winning next USO is a minor achievement compared to that.

And why would poor Rogie skip both those tournaments? Are you coming up with excuses alreadY? No need, he is still #1 (and deservedly). I just sincerely hope you will be around by the end of the year should Nole regain back the #1. I am pretty sure you won't be HALF as annoying as you're being lately.



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Noletards Why to lose time comparing Nole to players with 5 slams and not to skip like 20 players with more slams, right? Directly to the top.
You listen and you listen carefully, because you could learn something from what I am about to tell you. Not everyone is a gloryhunter. You say Nole only has 5 slams, I say he has THAT many. Maybe it's a concept that you don't understand, but not everything is a race. While you want Roger to win 32654524 slams because you want him to be GOD, I want Nole to win as many as he can because it makes him happy (and me). Not because I desperately wish he beats any record Roger or Rafa has. Don't you all get how ridiculously childish and naive it is to rub in the face of other "my player has more slams than yours" or "your player isn't half the player mine is?".
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As to the YE #1, No2e is about 700 points ahead of Fed, right? I'd say estimations for Cincy/USO are pretty equal atm points wise, and Fed is clearly the better the better indoor player and has shown in the last 2 years he can collect much more points than No2e. If there's no injuries or excessive fatigue I'd say it will be very close.

At this point I'd predict No2e to get the YE #1.

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I don't understand the word 'pressed'. But maybe it has something to do with the fact that I don't argue with adjectives: I prefer numbers to insults.

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You listen and you listen carefully, because you could learn something from what I am about to tell you. Not everyone is a gloryhunter. You say Nole only has 5 slams, I say he has THAT many. Maybe it's a concept that you don't understand, but not everything is a race. While you want Roger to win 32654524 slams because you want him to be GOD, I want Nole to win as many as he can because it makes him happy (and me). Not because I desperately wish he beats any record Roger or Rafa has. Don't you all get how ridiculously childish and naive it is to rub in the face of other "my player has more slams than yours" or "your player isn't half the player mine is?".
I listen and cant hear anything. Your approach is fine. I have no problem with that. But not everybody is like you so I was just stating fact. This thread should be about YE anyway, not overall comparison.
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Djokovic should be number one actually since he has two slams.

If we look only about 2012, it's close.
Personnaly, i would take Federer due to the Wimbledon title but it's a personnal choice.

It's interesting to see that the Wimbledon's winner had always been number 1 in the end of the year since 2003.
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It would have been fun if Novak won bronze. Fed would be ahead of him in the rankings for whole 5 points. That would bring this race for no1 talk to a whole new level.

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I don't understand the word 'pressed'. But maybe it has something to do with the fact that I don't argue with adjectives: I prefer numbers to insults.
Yeah, wrong numbers that is. Pressed here means delusional FYI .


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How can you know when you started watching last year . And no. Montreal 07, Miami 09 and Basel 09 Fed was awful whilst USO 2010 Fed was average at best. USO 2011 Fed was good for 2 sets and then Nole gave him the win which he took back with a fluke shot.
I know. I know. Rogie only loses when he is injured/play awful/doesn't care.


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