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post #736 of 1120 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 03:41 PM
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I think it's too late for Andy to surpass Novak's achievements but the gap could be closer in the end.
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Murray stinks cause he pushes ... Grinderovic at least can attack good
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Saberq, your excuses seem sort of ironic... Too much playing time was the excuse that Nadaltards used when Novak beat Rafa last year... Also, complaining about luck when a return inches on the line was the difference between Novak winning the US Open and crashing out in the SF is a little bit funny. Luck is a part of the game, and both Djokovic and Murray earned their slams.
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Saberq, your excuses seem sort of ironic... Too much playing time was the excuse that Nadaltards used when Novak beat Rafa last year... Also, complaining about luck when a return inches on the line was the difference between Novak winning the US Open and crashing out in the SF is a little bit funny. Luck is a part of the game, and both Djokovic and Murray earned their slams.
and I accept those.Did Novak beat Fed in 2011 US Open because of luck?YES of course he did.
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and I accept those.Did Novak beat Fed in 2011 US Open because of luck?YES of course he did.
I dont believe in luck, you have to make your own luck. Only a couple of points separate the winner in these matches, so you have to be that close to be in a position to be lucky.



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I dont believe in luck, you have to make your own luck. Only a couple of points separate the winner in these matches, so you have to be that close to be in a position to be lucky.
to hit that return you have to have luck Nina
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The rivalry itself is tedious both in terms of personality and match up. Their matches are nearly always boring grind fests and there is no edge at all given their off the court friendship.

Djokovic will have a much better career overall, but anybody stating that Murray won't win another slam again is well off base. There is a reason why he is comfortable second favourite, to Novak, at the bookies for all, but the French next season. Murray had God mode luck to win the US Open, but he played excellent tennis at Wimbledon and Aus and it wouldn't have been unjustified if he had won one of those slams. If he had won Wimbledon rather the US then there would be far less of this undeserving champion or he'll never win a slam again talk.

Murray will win 2 - 3 more slams as Fedull declines, but Novak should get to 8 or 9.
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I just saw the poll results LOL...........gotta love it
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I just said that they're not alike, and that's why I like Novak. Hey woman, don't pretend that you know everything when you don't, it's not funny.
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Djokovic vs Murray matches: is the match always on Djokovic's racket?

Does it always depend on what form Djokovic is on to determine the outcome of these matches?

Yesterday you could argue that Murray was deciding the match, yet lost it with his bigger first serve, even ballbashing some forehands, but making lots of errors.

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obviously yes

the only time he's ever lost was when he choked and/or defeated by the wind

take yesterday's match, djokovic was playing at most 60% but as soon as he got close to that 60% level, murray was toast
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If they weren't "friends", Nole would tear him apart like Miami 2007 every time they play.

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Every single match Nole plays the match is on his racket.
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