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The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

Yes ladies and gents, it is Roger Federer himself. Once the GOAT, now a dark horse.
We must not delude ourselves furthermore and confess that he's no longer able to compete on par with those young guns considering his age and stamina.
But, whoever underestimates his abilities could suffer the consequences (see: Djok in full swing,Paris,2011)

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Rafael has won more titles than Novak Djokovic, but speaking merely about tennis and about the game, Rafa has to be considered slightly lower than Djokovic. The Serb is such a good player that he is as close as you can get to Roger Federer
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Re: The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

Negative.
Roger Federer is never the Underdog nor a Dark Horse , although 100% of the times he is the GOAT
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Re: The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

I'd like to be proven wrong but the odds are slim

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Rafael has won more titles than Novak Djokovic, but speaking merely about tennis and about the game, Rafa has to be considered slightly lower than Djokovic. The Serb is such a good player that he is as close as you can get to Roger Federer
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Re: The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

noone to the rescue
Let's just say we all agree on that one
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Originally Posted by: Toni Nadal
Rafael has won more titles than Novak Djokovic, but speaking merely about tennis and about the game, Rafa has to be considered slightly lower than Djokovic. The Serb is such a good player that he is as close as you can get to Roger Federer
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Re: The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

I agree. Federer from now on is the dark horse. Not a favorite, but a player who could upset the top players.

I don't like Nadal.
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Re: The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

Federer is even more threatening than a dark horse. He is like a dark dromedary
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Noserer is evil

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This thread is just too stupid. I can't be bothered...


The "Who plays tennis?" thread


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Re: The most dangerous underdog in the history of the game!

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Yes ladies and gents, it is Roger Federer himself. Once the GOAT, now a dark horse.
We must not delude ourselves furthermore and confess that he's no longer able to compete on par with those young guns considering his age and stamina.
But, whoever underestimates his abilities could suffer the consequences (see: Djok in full swing,Paris,2011)
what the hell is going on with this forum and the horrible posts lately... not even good joking, if it is indeed joking

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