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It seems like Federer likes playing while Nadal likes winning.

Nothing else to deduce from this "I won't play because I can't win" withdrawal.
Pretty much.

Roger is greater than nadal in almost every positive aspect. Only nadaltards and fedhaters can't see it.

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How often do you see Federer sweating?
Pretty often actually. Must be medicine.
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That's right decision of course. If Rafa is not ready, then he should not play. Starting the season at clay tournaments might be actually a good idea.

Btw, Fed did not have mono at AO. Ancic had mono, Soderling had mono, Fed never did. He just made up this story because him never being injured or sick makes everyone suspicious. I guess he believes he may be jinxed too. Or Mirka does. And we know who rules in that family.
For argument sake, let us assume that Fed never had mono. Could you please explain to us how this works. Never being injured or sick makes people suspicious? Is there some sort of wonder drug that prevents all forms of physical injury and all forms of sickness? If so, why is Roger Federer the only person in the world who knows about it? Shouldn't everyone be on it? More importantly, since you clearly know about it, you should be on it too. Are you?
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That's right decision of course. If Rafa is not ready, then he should not play. Starting the season at clay tournaments might be actually a good idea.

Btw, Fed did not have mono at AO. Ancic had mono, Soderling had mono, Fed never did. He just made up this story because him never being injured or sick makes everyone suspicious. I guess he believes he may be jinxed too. Or Mirka does. And we know who rules in that family.
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For argument sake, let us assume that Fed never had mono. Could you please explain to us how this works. Never being injured or sick makes people suspicious? Is there some sort of wonder drug that prevents all forms of physical injury and all forms of sickness? If so, why is Roger Federer the only person in the world who knows about it? Shouldn't everyone be on it? More importantly, since you clearly know about it, you should be on it too. Are you?
Roger Federer was injured. Missed Basel in 2004 and 2005 for example. Also missed other tournaments in 2005 because of an injured ankle. Played 2010 Wimbledon with an injured thigh.

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Roger Federer was injured. Missed Basel in 2004 and 2005 for example. Also missed other tournaments in 2005 because of an injured ankle. Played 2010 Wimbledon with an injured thigh.
and this year he had back problems for months, u can see the early rounds in wimby when he just couldnt more and early this year i think he retire from a Tournament.

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Exactly the opposite is true. Federer never liked playing. He liked toying and practicing but not playing tennis. And surely the only thing he cares about is winning. He himself told that.

Nadal likes to play tennis, every point, regardless of the score. He enjoys tennis itself. Right now he can't play, that happens. When Sharapova was out for more than a year because of the shoulder injury, no one believed she would be back. She was patient, she recovered, came back and completed her career GS. I am sure Rafa will be back too. It's just not the time, yet.
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Roger Federer was injured. Missed Basel in 2004 and 2005 for example. Also missed other tournaments in 2005 because of an injured ankle. Played 2010 Wimbledon with an injured thigh.
I know that. My point was that the reason he(/she) was giving for his claim of Fed faking the mono makes no sense.
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Wtf happend to my post? Anyway rafas situation should already be compared to soderling

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You heard it all.
FedNadal fanatics claim Federina fatherhood is more painful than Djokovic's grieving over his important grandfather's death.
Fedtrolls still cry that 2003-6 era was stronger whenever Fed's flop opponents lose to every top 10 player in the regular tour and in Davis Cup ties. LOLOLOLOL

vs. top 10: 2003-6
Hewitt - losing record on tour
Safin - losing record on tour
Roddick - lost in Davis Cup vs. top 10 players when ranked 1-8.

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He has more points to defend at AO, IW and Miami than Ferrer does. Delaying a comeback doesn't make things any easier, especially if it makes it more likely that he'll drop to #5 in the rankings. If its just lack of match play and not injury I would take my chances and play. What's he got to lose?
After his latest knee injury was confirmed earlier in the year, I think the Nadal camp stated that he would manage his schedule more carefully in the future and ensure he was 100% ready to play before committing to tournaments, all to help prolong whatever is left of his career.

Seems to me if we accept the reasons given now for missing AO, Nadal is sticking to this earlier plan of not rushing back. If it will help him play longer in the future, then I think it's fair enough, really.
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Heya must be the most bitter federer hater in history

A classic case

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As for Mugray, what can be said? A disgusting human being, and awful player, and a choking pushing mug. He looks like a kemo patient, bald spots, hairless legs, pasty blotchy skin, busted teeth, and an ugly, snarling face. Typical antics all came out in this match: faking injuries, grimacing and cursing, trying to peg Fed, trying to start drama, undeserved final based on an exhausted old man and a joke draw.

I'm no Fakervic fan but he needs to save tennis, sadly tree trunk legs will be fresh. Interesting he's never questioned....
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After his latest knee injury was confirmed earlier in the year, I think the Nadal camp stated that he would manage his schedule more carefully in the future and ensure he was 100% ready to play before committing to tournaments, all to help prolong whatever is left of his career.

Seems to me if we accept the reasons given now for missing AO, Nadal is sticking to this earlier plan of not rushing back. If it will help him play longer in the future, then I think it's fair enough, really.
That's fine, but then that means he's still not 100% physically so why not just admit it instead of blaming it on a stomach virus? Of course people will scratch their heads with that "excuse" considering AO is 2+ weeks away.

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This would taint Federina's legacy. No Nadal. The so-called injuries and illness Fed had in the weak era never bothered him, but the last 4 years, Fed withdrew from 2 matches. Hardcourt & clay Masters titles are rare for Federina. The 25 year olds won so much, unlike the 2003-2006 clowns.
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