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Re: AO SF: Djokovic rips Ferrer 6-2, 6-2, 6-1

congrats to rested djokovic for defending the ao-title.
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That monstrosity was Almagro's and Wawrinka's fault.
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could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the linesman didn't call that final serve a DF out of pure sympathy.

I have same impression.

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Outstanding play on that bp. Djokovic was ahead in that point at the start.

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this Egg is good. Will be tough to beat in the final
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could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the linesman didn't call that final serve a DF out of pure sympathy.
I was thinking the exact same thing, lol.

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Re: AO SF: Djokovic dismembers and annihilates Ferrer 6-2, 6-2, 6-1

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Strolling to the final like a boss.

Ferrer was left vulturing for points.


trainwreck to watch. DJokovic was very good BUT Ferrer was the worst I've seen him in a long time. I don't know if it's just a total lack of confidence or what, but he had literally NO weight of shot. It's Ferrer so you don't expect him to have that much power, but from his serving to baseline ground strokes, everything was going short, he was playing extremely predictable, rarely ever hitting good angles, never hitting the ball hard. I mean sure no one expected Ferrer to even win a set and Novak was the heavy favorite, but I can't determine from that match if Ferrer was not giving it the effort/believe he should have or if his game just really is this off

Novak was playing a very clean game but Ferrer was practically asking to lose every point by hitting very routinely short and in the center of the court, not setting up plays, serving very poorly, moving badly, etc

congratz to Novak and his great form but as a David Ferrer fan I am extremely dissapointed , the fighter we're all used to was not on the court today and he appeared to have come in with no gameplan or attempted execution. super disappointed

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Embarrassing loss for Ferrer
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Re: AO SF: Djokovic rips Ferrer 6-2, 6-2, 6-1

this was the best I've seen Djokovic play in...well ever maybe. After gaining some confidence he started ripping the ball. Angles, speed, aggression, everything clicked. Third title seems very likely. Well done Nole!

Ferrer is completely useless against the top players. He just doesn't have the power or tactics to trouble these guys. Can't really blame him for not fighting like he usually does, because he was being ripped apart. This result once again shows that the gap between top 4 (with Rafa, not David) and the rest is too big.

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He's not even in the tournament viruzzz... I'm sure he couldn't care less how scary good the Barbarian looked today

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urgh. Vulture declawed, but not really because that would imply Ferrer had claws to begin with. He doesn't. No weapons. Even serving at 65-70% e was broken at will. Joke of a match
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Expected, Ferrer can't trouble Nole on a Hard Court. Just hoping for a great Final and not a beatdown!
he can't 'beat him' but he certainly can trouble him. Ferrer played horrible today, frankly I don't remember a worse showing in a SF of a grand slam in a long long time. even Ferrer's Roland Garros SF loss at least he was hitting the ball decently at times, but in this match he was a trainwreck

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GOATing from Nole. Just awful from the 'world nr. 4'
i already told you.. what a shitfest Djokovic -ferrer match turns out to be ..whether its QF or SF
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