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Bangkok QF: [1]Tipsarevic def. [5]Verdasco 7-6(5), 6-4

Fiasco had so many chances. Up a break in the 1st. Had like a zillion BP's in that 2nd set at 4-3* to break serve. Every time Tipsy had a BP, he converted (once to break back in the 1st set, and at 4-4* in 2nd set)...

Terrible match from both. Shitsarevic has no chance whatsoever against Pushmon if he keeps up his awful form.

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Re: Bangkok QF: [1]Tipsarevic def. [5]Verdasco 7-6(5), 6-4

Will Topdasco ever have a match without numerous chokes?

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Re: Bangkok QF: [1]Tipsarevic def. [5]Verdasco 7-6(5), 6-4

Better and more talented player won. Mugdasco is a complete mug.
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Re: Bangkok QF: [1]Tipsarevic def. [5]Verdasco 7-6(5), 6-4

Clash of mental titans
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absolutely horrendous advertisement for the game

truly disgusting display of tennis; these two need to retire for the good of the game

classification of tennis as a professional sport seriously endangered
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Re: Bangkok QF: [1]Tipsarevic def. [5]Verdasco 7-6(5), 6-4

Verdaschoke

I predicted 7-6(4) 6-2, close enough

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Terrible result for the game, Tipsarevic is a talentless mug and a complete clown, he doesnt deserve to be in the top 10. Raonic is more deserved than he is.

Its a shame to think how much Verdasco's career declined, its quite sad. He used to be a good player with mental issues, but now he is a terrible player and his mentality is even worse. Look at the state of tennis: Everyone on MTF knows Verdasco is a terrible mug, and this guy was in the top 10 and now in the top 20 for ages, seems like years and years already. Think about it.

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Terrible result for the game, Tipsarevic is a talentless mug and a complete clown, he doesnt deserve to be in the top 10.

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Terrible result for the game, Tipsarevic is a talentless mug and a complete clown, he doesnt deserve to be in the top 10. Raonic is more deserved than he is.

Its a shame to think how much Verdasco's career declined, its quite sad. He used to be a good player with mental issues, but now he is a terrible player and his mentality is even worse. Look at the state of tennis: Everyone on MTF knows Verdasco is a terrible mug, and this guy was in the top 10 and now in the top 20 for ages, seems like years and years already. Think about it.
Fiasco at one time had third best forehand in the game behind Nadal and Noserer as well as decent serve and good movement and fitness, his stay in top 10 was well deserved unlike plenty of mugs I could name. Right now though this playboy doesn't seem to care about the game anymore and can't beat useless clowns like Crapsarevic. Hilarious thing is his mental strength is even worse than before, which is a feat in itself. Bottom line is Fiasco could have been a solid top tenner and a regular in slam second week if his head was screwed on properly.
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Haha, do you seriously believe that Tipsarevic should be a top 8 seed in the slams? There are at least 2 better players than him which are not in the top 8, he got his points through vulturing. Look at him- 2 titles (!) and a top 8 seeding, disgraceful. Stakhovsky has got more career accomplishments than Tipsarevic...


Its funny that only the Serbtards think that Tipsarevic is a good player, while most of the forum completely agrees with me. If Federer is by far my favorite player, it doesnt mean that Wawrinka is a good player who I should like, too. It defies common sense- not every Nadal fan must like Ferrer and vise versa, seriously.

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Its funny that only the Serbtards think that Tipsarevic is a good player, while most of the forum completely agrees with me. If Federer is by far my favorite player, it doesnt mean that Wawrinka is a good player who I should like, too. It defies common sense- not every Nadal fan must like Ferrer and vise versa, seriously.
Liking or not liking someone is one thing, whether he's actually good another. Your logic is the usual bs, I don't like a player = The player is bad

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Haha, do you seriously believe that Tipsarevic should be a top 8 seed in the slams? There are at least 2 better players than him which are not in the top 8, he got his points through vulturing. Look at him- 2 titles (!) and a top 8 seeding, disgraceful. Stakhovsky has got more career accomplishments than Tipsarevic...


Its funny that only the Serbtards think that Tipsarevic is a good player, while most of the forum completely agrees with me. If Federer is by far my favorite player, it doesnt mean that Wawrinka is a good player who I should like, too. It defies common sense- not every Nadal fan must like Ferrer and vise versa, seriously.
I'm not a Serbtard by any stretch of imagination and I do think Tipsarevic is a good player, because, well, he is. A great player actually, one of the best shotmakers on tour. There are some current top 10 players who are way out of place, Tipsarevic isn't one of them at all, if anything he should have joined the elite much sooner given his talent.
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Re: Bangkok QF: [1]Tipsarevic def. [5]Verdasco 7-6(5), 6-4

Everyone is entitled to their opinions. However- let me ask you this: How is Tipsarevic (and to a lesser point, mugaco) be good for the game, when the TOP 8 seeds are literally walkovers? Imagine- if in the next year Nadal and Del Potro will be out of the Australian Open- The top 8 seeds would be 6 good players, with Tipsarevic and Monaco. The serbtards like Tipsarevic not only because he is Serbian, but also because he is literally a walkover for the top players. Djokovic gets Tipsarevic in his quarter, while Federer gets Berdych.

How can someone like Tipsarevic be good for the top 8, if he cant even beat Raonic in Chennai, or Isner who is an atrocious mug himself?


Also, another idea: Tipsarevic was the 8 seed in the 2012 USOpen. Lets look at previous 8 seeds at previous US Opens, and determine who is the better player out of these guys:

2008- Roddick
2009- Davydenko
2010- Verdasco
2011- Fish

The only player who Tipsarevic can have an argument against is Fish. And even Fish is a better 8th seed, because he has several Masters finals, when Tipsarevic has 2 MM titles.

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Everyone is entitled to their opinions. However- let me ask you this: How is Tipsarevic (and to a lesser point, mugaco) be good for the game, when the TOP 8 seeds are literally walkovers? Imagine- if in the next year Nadal and Del Potro will be out of the Australian Open- The top 8 seeds would be 6 good players, with Tipsarevic and Monaco. The serbtards like Tipsarevic not only because he is Serbian, but also because he is literally a walkover for the top players. Djokovic gets Tipsarevic in his quarter, while Federer gets Berdych.
Ah, finally we get to the bottom of this rant: Federer gets Berdych, wah wah wah FYI, Djokovic-Tipsarevic in the last 2 yrs is 3-2. So not only you're a common tard and hater, you can't even check the basic facts.

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