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Ferrer haters talking nonsense yet again.

This 'vulture' in the last 12 months has got most of his points from grandslams and masters -- I suppose Murray and Novak are vultures too...

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It'll be a pushfest with Murray's bigger serve and ground-strokes eventually overcoming Ferrer Neither of them are even playing at their best right now. It'll be yawnsome.

Haas/Gasquet would have been far more entertaining.
I don't think it'll be yawnsome. Ferrer gets too much flack, especially on these online tennis communities (which are simply comedy goldmines). His game isn't the most watchable on tour, but he gets the job done. People are acting as if he produces no winners and no talented shots and merely relies on error over and over again. Maybe because he eliminated Haas, who seems to be an internet darling?
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I don't think it'll be yawnsome. Ferrer gets too much flack, especially on these online tennis communities (which are simply comedy goldmines). His game isn't the most watchable on tour, but he gets the job done. People are acting as if he produces no winners and no talented shots and merely relies on error over and over again. Maybe because he eliminated Haas, who seems to be an internet darling?
nice comprehension for a newcomer. you know your tennis sir

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Disappointing result.

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I don't think it'll be yawnsome. Ferrer gets too much flack, especially on these online tennis communities (which are simply comedy goldmines). His game isn't the most watchable on tour, but he gets the job done. People are acting as if he produces no winners and no talented shots and merely relies on error over and over again. Maybe because he eliminated Haas, who seems to be an internet darling?
I can appreciate Ferrer's game and what he's done to maximise his talents. The consistency of his groundstrokes is to be applauded. I prefer Haas' variety but I don't care enough either way to be bitter about it, I just want the most (possibly) entertaining final. Ferrer/Murray is like an even worse version of the Nole/Murray match up.
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Robot beats talented player with variety, horrible for the game I never thought I'd say this, but Murray (or even Gasquet) needs to save tennis tomorrow. Reading the OP and a lot of posts in this thread, I'm glad more people are starting to realize Ferrer is what tennis needs to be saved from.
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I don't think it'll be yawnsome. Ferrer gets too much flack, especially on these online tennis communities (which are simply comedy goldmines). His game isn't the most watchable on tour, but he gets the job done. People are acting as if he produces no winners and no talented shots and merely relies on error over and over again. Maybe because he eliminated Haas, who seems to be an internet darling?
I disagree. Most supported Haas because it was kinda a fairytale. A 35-year old guy beating Nole and reaching Masters SF. That being said you have to admit that Ferrer's game is boring and predictable.
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It'll be a pushfest with Murray's bigger serve and ground-strokes eventually overcoming Ferrer Neither of them are even playing at their best right now. It'll be yawnsome.

Haas/Gasquet would have been far more entertaining.
It's a nightmare final but I am curious to see how much effort Redray will put forth in order to overcome this highly motivated little energizer bunny vulture. Ferrer always comes to play at the masters events . I think Murray will go out all-guns-blazing cause he realizes that this is his last chance for glory in a long while since the clay season is starting.

Therefore pushray in 3 tight sets.

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Disgusting.

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I don't think it'll be yawnsome. Ferrer gets too much flack, especially on these online tennis communities (which are simply comedy goldmines). His game isn't the most watchable on tour, but he gets the job done. People are acting as if he produces no winners and no talented shots and merely relies on error over and over again. Maybe because he eliminated Haas, who seems to be an internet darling?
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nice comprehension for a newcomer. you know your tennis sir
I am just looking at the sport from a pragmatic standpoint. People on forums get too deluded and caught up in their own little world, they begin to do nothing but downgrade the sport 90% of the time. It's sad.
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