I basically said that the conditions indoors are different compared to outdoors (and gave exmaples for that) and that different players cope with that differently. Do you agree with that? If you say no, it's clear that you have never touched a tennis racquet in your life (unlike me). If your answer is yes, then you are right.
Now I'm waiting for your answer.
No shit it is different. How much of an IQ point did you have to waste to figure that one out Sherlock? What is there to cope with? Oh shit, there is no wind, the temperature is too ideal, fuck there is no sun to beat down on me, damn it no rain delays, I'm going to lose now. So was Rafa lucky then during that Wimbledon match in 2008? The TV cameras struggled to pick up the balls, and I'm sure the players were too but Rafa was still hitting fine, but now you're saying good lightning in an indoor event is something Rafa has to "cope" with, or that Federer "copes" with better..LOL.. Wow you are a piece of work.
And the sound aspect, omfg, too hysterical. Shit, the crowd and my grunting sounds different! Now I can't run as fast, I can't return as well, in fact it is absolutely IMPOSSIBLE to play tennis at my highest level anymore! I can't cope with the sound!
I'm not the only one who thought your posts need help... Unless we are all dumb and apparently you're smart right? Yes, I never picked up a racket in my life, because my avatar/sig aren't me, right