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Re: Madrid R2: Dimitrov def. Djokovic 7-6 (6) 6-7 (8) 6-3

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The crowd was disgusting, if one wouldn't know you could believe this was a Davis Cup match played in Bulgaria . The tournament deserves to lose their 1st seed with such an awful crowd. Meanwhile Nole moves on to the real clay in Rome where he will be hopefully better prepared.
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Everyone said Djokovic will dominate the game as Fed did for years and no one can stop him. Maybe this year he will finish as #1 but next year i am not sure. Those young guys are improving and they are hungry for glory. This
year RG could be a great battle. I have a feeling that Del Potro will be very dangerous.
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Djokovic would bother prime Federer they said
Novak did bother prime Federer... When he was practically a teenager he won the Canada Masters final against Roger. He saved many SPs in the first set and took it in a TB. He won in straights. Roger was 25. At his prime. Undisputed #1. Novak was 20 years and 2 months old.

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Prime Fed. Olderer. Baby Fed. Djokovic has trouble with them all
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Sadly for Nole he will never be the crowd favourite outside of Serbia. No big deal. Djokovic usually mauls one dimensional players with ease but has trouble against all rounder eg. Federer, Haas and Dimitrov.

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reported for wishing injury!! If Novak had fins, this would be very painful:
Shark finning refers to the removal and retention of shark fins. The rest of the body is generally discarded in the ocean...
I thought his use of the term finning was cool and sends a more powerful message than a mere fine. "Also too" (sarah palin speak), did you know that we Canucks are too polite to embarrass anyone? Kat Kat Kat Return to your roots...please and thanks!

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Novak did bother prime Federer... When he was practically a teenager he won the Canada Masters final against Roger. He saved many SPs in the first set and took it in a TB. He won in straights. Roger was 25. At his prime. Undisputed #1. Novak was 20 years and 2 months old.
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Early favorite for best crowd of 2013.

Tards finally realizing that nobody except for Serbian nationalists give a shit about Djokovic.
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Lol, Djokovic

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Djokovic fans talking about new like there's a single one of them that started watching tennis before 2008
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Sadly for Nole he will never be the crowd favourite outside of Serbia. No big deal. Djokovic usually mauls one dimensional players with ease but has trouble against all rounder eg. Federer, Haas and Dimitrov.
Is that why he will end his career with positive H2H against all of them?
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Dimitrov played the match of his life, but I'll will NOT give him respect, he doesn't deserve it.In the end of the 2nd set he was acting like he's injured, wasn't moving well and was CONSTANTLY holding his hamstring.The 3rd set begins and he's running like cheetah gepard.Shameful tactic.


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Is that why he will end his career with positive H2H against all of them?
Do you have reading comprehension issues? I said he had trouble with them meaning his H2H against them compared to other players his worse. Doesn't mean he'll have a losing H2H - obviously a world no 1 isn't going to have many negative match ups.

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Haas: 4 - 3
Dimitrov: 2 - 1

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Djokovic fans talking about new like there's a single one of them that started watching tennis before 2008
We all started watching in 2007, when Djokovic beat Federer when he was only 20-years-old
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As long as he wins RG no one will give 2 fucks about this anyway.

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