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View Poll Results: Has Djokovic surpassed Edberg and Becker?
He has surpassed both 84 56.76%
He has surpassed neither 47 31.76%
He has surpassed Becker but not Edberg 13 8.78%
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Yourself included.

Impossible to have a conversation on here without tards of one player or another showing up. Would be nicer if there were more people whose idea of being a tennis fan didn't equate to sucking off their favourite player.
go to talk tennis it is a more civil place
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go to talk tennis it is a more civil place
Not really. It's full of tards there too. There's less trolling though.

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Yourself included.

Impossible to have a conversation on here without tards of one player or another showing up. Would be nicer if there were more people whose idea of being a tennis fan didn't equate to sucking off their favourite player.
You are one of the worst offenders in here, just leave pls....and never come back, have your own blog somewhere else where people actually appreciate your self-proclaimed of being educated and intelligent, I beg you
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go to talk tennis it is a more civil place
horrible hive of villainy and tardiness

no tennis knowledge there a all- talk tennis warehouse is only good for the former pro section and to sell some shitty gear

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You are one of the worst offenders in here, just leave pls....and never come back, have your own blog somewhere else where people actually appreciate your self-proclaimed of being educated and intelligent, I beg you
Eh? That's not true at all. Whether you agree or disagree with my opinions, I'm not a playertard.
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Eh? That's not true at all. Whether you agree or disagree with my opinions, I'm not a playertard.
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Nothing wrong with thinking tennis was better when there was more variety to the game.
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Eh? That's not true at all. Whether you agree or disagree with my opinions, I'm not a playertard.
only a clueless,bitter and a deluded tard other than that you're ok
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Not everybody who doesn't jack off over a picture of Djokovic every morning is a tard, you know.
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Not everybody who doesn't jack off over a picture of Djokovic every morning is a tard, you know.
of course not but you clearly are
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Nothing wrong with thinking tennis was better when there was more variety to the game.
Of course, nothing wrong. Stuffing it down everybody's throat otoh...

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of course not but you clearly are
Good, good... let the hate surround you...
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Good, good... let the hate surround you...
says a guy who hates every player in this era
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lol. I do not, stop making things up. I quite like all the current players. Djokovic seems like a nice enough guy. Nadal is arguably the greatest clay player ever, and Federer is arguably the GOAT.

I just think that the way the game is played currently is very bland and uninteresting, encourages dominance by a small group of players and devalues multiple slam counts. That's not the fault of any of the players.
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Re: Has Djokovic surpassed Stefan Edberg and/or Boris Becker?

Federer is arguably the GOAT?

please never post again.
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