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On topic: Janowicz just lost a huge chunk of the Fedtard fanbase.

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Janowicz should be known as "The Truth". Faker nick is there for a reason, Federer is full of himself (no harm in that) and Nadal is too stupid to run a fake persona
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You tell 'em Jerzy, Arroganterer has gone too far.

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I like this guy
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But now he has to beat those two bicthes!

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ah the topic of the prize money another one who can't look further than his bollocks and basic emotional impressions, and didn't see that Federer acted something real on that topic to get the increases, whereas Nadal only made politics for his own needs and escaped as soon as the topic focused only on prize money and not about his own needs.

Clearly from his words Janowicz is an emotional guy who can't understand anything about politics and diplomacy. I don't blame him for that but I would not rely on him to get a better understanding of our world.

On topic will we make a thread everytime a player says something nice about the top-3 players and how they interact with them in the locker-room ? The answer is no of course but there are far more numerous ones

PS : it would be interesting if Janowicz looked at Safin's life now that he is a Russian politician

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'How many times' did he actually get a close call on that line in Australia? Does anyone know?
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Re: Janowicz criticizes Federer and Djokovic's attitude

Nothing at all in this. It's the classic people want honest answers when asked questions, then crying about the responses cause they don't like them.

Let the overreactions continue.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
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He is completely right.

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I'd like to see Janowicz give such 'honest' answers is he was in Rafa/Federer/Nole's position. It's easy to be 'honest' when you're a low-ranked player. Outside his own country, Janowicz has very little pressure from the media. If he was in the top 4, he wouldn't be making such 'honest' claims.

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I'd like to see Janowicz give such 'honest' answers is he was in Rafa/Federer/Nole's position. It's easy to be 'honest' when you're a low-ranked player. Outside his own country, Janowicz has very little pressure from the media. If he was in the top 4, he wouldn't be making such 'honest' claims.
You think Lendl, Muster, Davydenko, Kafelnikov and Rios never gave honest answers and yes they were top 4 players. The classic example of what I spoke about previously.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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another one who can't look further than his bollocks and basic emotional impressions
Certain people really enjoy that kinda stuff.

The kid's about as anti-intellectual as it gets.
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and didn't see that Federer acted something real on that topic to get the increases, whereas Nadal only made politics for his own needs and escaped as soon as the topic focused only on prize money and not about his own needs.
This is a lie but what else is new with fedtards

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First, he said he liked Safin's character, not his sports or political career. I love Safin's character! He is fun, full of life, strong, generous, kind. A real man. But you won't appreciate it, of course, since your idol doesn't even know what that means.

Second, Russian politicians are the same as politicians in all the other countries, including France and Switzerland. They might hide it worse but beneath it's all the same. This you must understand however. Your idol is a master in covering shit.
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ah the topic of the prize money another one who can't look further than his bollocks and basic emotional impressions, and didn't see that Federer acted something real on that topic to get the increases, whereas Nadal only made politics for his own needs and escaped as soon as the topic focused only on prize money and not about his own needs.

Clearly from his words Janowicz is an emotional guy who can't understand anything about politics and diplomacy. I don't blame him for that but I would not rely on him to get a better understanding of our world.

On topic will we make a thread everytime a player says something nice about the top-3 players and how they interact with them in the locker-room ? The answer is no of course but there are far more numerous ones

PS : it would be interesting if Janowicz looked at Safin's life now that he is a Russian politician
Exactly what I was thinking. nadal trying to enforce 2 year rankings and shorter season would help the lower ranked players?! nadal leaving the vice-presidency of the players council because he couldn't impose his agenda shows that he cares about other players?!

Roger is having 3+ hours meetings during tournaments to try and help other players, he could very well sit down from president of the players council and that wouldn't affect his earnings at all.

Janowicz should shut his mouth and I can't wait for him to play Roger.

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