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Re: Rise of the ballbashers - the Rosolization™ of tennis

Rosol retired Nadal
Del Potro retired Roddick

Which grinder will Janowicz retire?
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Re: Rise of the ballbashers - the Rosolization™ of tennis

federer ball bashed his way to 17 slams

it isn't a new thing
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Mainly because Federer and Nadal were younger. By 2011 they were no longer in their primes.
Agree for Federer, but imagine what could have been Nadal's 2011 season without Djokovic...
He was still very good, but the fact is that Djokovic has improved his level in 2011, and a lot.
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Agree for Federer, but imagine what could have been Nadal's 2011 season without Djokovic...
He was still very good, but the fact is that Djokovic has improved his level in 2011, and a lot.
nole always has the potencial to defeat nadal in harcourts , the same nadal say that even pre-2011 when djokovic playing good against him in harcourts he has all the chances.

the problem with that djokovic is that like federer , he attacking all the time and nadal`s defense provoques the desesperation and mistake of nole , in 2011 nole started to use much more his physicall condition and patience and because nole it`s much more talented player and shotmaker than nadal from the baseline , he obtains the perfect combo to frustrate nadal: a wall from the baseline with much more patience and better shotmaker.

federer has the tennis but no the reguarity from the baseline and physicall conditions of nole , and one handed backhand
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Re: Rise of the ballbashers - the Rosolization™ of tennis

First of all, Rosol is way too inconsistent to "lead any group of players. Second, Raonic is not a ballbasher. He is a servebot with a poor ground game.

And thirdly, T-doc, if grandmother had balls she would still be grandma, except with balls.
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Re: Rise of the ballbashers - the Rosolization™ of tennis

Sorry but Raonic's visa was clearly rejected at our borders, then he tried to climb up the wall... he was finally deported to "I Robot" Nation where he has big chances to be president.

Supporting the Ballbasher Nation, some of our proud soldiers:
Juan Martin del Potro - Robin Soderling - Ernests Gulbis - Thomas Berdych - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Exiled: Janowicz
Pusher Nation's Reign of Terror is coming to an end, their borders are conquered and we won't take any prisoners!
Get Ready King Mandy!

everytime Mandy wins, a little ballbasher kitty dies somewhere... Save kitties; support Ballbasher Nation
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