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Re: San Pablo QF: Nadal def. Berlocq 3-6 6-4 6-4

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u serious?

such thing never happened ever in any tennis match, what kind of fanboyish crap are u talking about?
#18 please?There can´t be bigger fanboyish crap than that.Brazilians at least have good taste in players,unlike French(RG crowd).
[ QUOTE=Serverer;13544626]So is Rafito with his fistpumping in his opponents face, injury faking, coaching by tio toni, time wasting, vamosing etc[/QUOTE]
Rafito´s fistpumping is nothing in comparison to that shameful muger´s finger wagging.
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Yeah, Nadal is the epitome of sportsmanship and likability

Berlocq is pretty likable IMO, big fighter, occasionally does something funny
Brazilians have different opinion.They have every right to like Rafito and dislike Berlocq.If Berlocq let crowd affect him that just show how mentally weak he is.He needs to be loved to play good?Pathetic.
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at these sad little Fedtards crying about the crowd.

Didn't see them complaining about the Nalbandian Almagro match although it was just as bad there.

It is true the Brazilians are not the last word in kindness & compassion (see: GlennMiryni) but sometimes you have to man up and play through it.

You dimwits need to rub 2 brain cells together and realize they want a Nadal-Nalbandian final. Don't take it personally.
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I never wrote this about active player after lost match but seriously - Dimitrov should retire from tennis.
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#18 please?There can´t be bigger fanboyish crap than that.Brazilians at least have good taste in players,unlike French(RG crowd).
[ QUOTE=Serverer;13544626]So is Rafito with his fistpumping in his opponents face, injury faking, coaching by tio toni, time wasting, vamosing etc
Rafito´s fistpumping is nothing in comparison to that shameful muger´s finger wagging.

Brazilians have different opinion.They have every right to like Rafito and dislike Berlocq.If Berlocq let crowd affect him that just show how mentally weak he is.He needs to be loved to play good?Pathetic.

Yes I can.[/QUOTE]
you sad little teenager, i'm a fan of both Federer and Nadal.

Federer didn't play this tournament, i'm happy Rafa is recovering, the crowd last night was the most awful i have ever seen.

These are the facts and you can go play in the sand

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Re: San Pablo QF: Nadal def. Berlocq 3-6 6-4 6-4

Brazilians dont like argentines when it comes to sports

Its all about a rivalry that comes from football.

Also they sell the idea of rivalry in the media, specially by the biggest tv channel in the country, tv Globo.

Thats why Charles de Gaulle told Brazil isnt a serious country, because while the french like fine wines and romances with Sade, brazilians prefer butts and butt pickers that are humbleito

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Rafito´s fistpumping is nothing in comparison to that shameful muger´s finger wagging.

Brazilians have different opinion.They have every right to like Rafito and dislike Berlocq.If Berlocq let crowd affect him that just show how mentally weak he is.He needs to be loved to play good?Pathetic.

Yes I can.
you sad little teenager, i'm a fan of both Federer and Nadal.

Federer didn't play this tournament, i'm happy Rafa is recovering, the crowd last night was the most awful i have ever seen.

These are the facts and you can go play in the sand [/QUOTE]

You sad old man.The midlife crisis hit you hard I see.Those blue pills with V on them(they are vitamins right?)affect your bigger head too,but not in a good way.I like Brazilian crowd,they´re so passionate.
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Its easier to find better education in a horse than in a brazilian.

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I like the crowd.
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Re: San Pablo QF: Nadal def. Berlocq 3-6 6-4 6-4

I guess Nadal losing sets to the likes of Berlocq is expected after his long absence. Can't be sure what the future holds for him though. The long absence was a big blow to him. His slam winning days may be over.
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I guess Nadal losing sets to the likes of Berlocq is expected after his long absence. Can't be sure what the future holds for him though. The long absence was a big blow to him. His slam winning days may be over.
i don't think we can read into his actual performance. I think he will still be half invincible on European sandy and sunny clay.

He just needs to come out alive from the bumpy and sticky thing they call clay in this tournament.

Monte Carlo will be the barometer for his RG performance i think, if he plays a final there (regardless if he wins or loses to Djokovic in it) he'll be the favorite for RG once again.

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Re: San Pablo QF: Nadal def. Berlocq 3-6 6-4 6-4

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Since the court is almost quicker than a proper indoor hardcourt, and with defensive movement being almost impossible, I honestly think Nalbandian could beat Nadal 6-2 6-2 or something like that the way Rafa is playing.
Me too. Nalbandian was impressive against Alkmagro. The courts are playing to his liking, too. It all depends on his condition. The Davis Cup team mentioned that David gets more tired more quickly, obviously.

But the Nalbandian who beat Almagro would blow Rafa off the court.

Let's wait and see.

I want the Brazilian crowd doing to David what they did to Charly: that would sooo backfire!

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As disgusting as RG crowd in 2011 muger-Djoko semi final?
No...not quite as bad as that. I don't think we'll see another crowd behaving in a more disgusting way in many years to come. The fact that it was such a large arena, totally pcked made the jeering and the hackling 10 times worse than yesterday. The Paris crowd is still safe holding the record of most disgusting, more unsportsmanlike and more hostile crowd in tennis.

But yesterday's crowd really tried hard to get to those lofty levels. They failed, but not for lack of trying.

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