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Another interesting article by chinese tennis fan

First of I invite you reading this article: 'Nadal is more ruya than Federer'
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=267066

Then I will translate another interesting article writen by the same writer on May 2012. This article is very long with a catalog. Now I present the catalog first and I will translate little by little when I have time. So waite patiently please.

纳达尔比费德勒更男人

Nadal is more manly than Federer

catalog:
0 Foreword
1 About 'ruya'
2 Human nature, ATP, Health
3 Madrid 1000 master, Blue clay, Evolution
4 Appreciation
5 Fighter, Responsibility
6 Thinking
7 Conclusion

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Nadal is more ruya than Federer

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This poste is for the full version
when I finish I will put the full version here
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Move this stupid thread to player's forum. Enough with this ruya BS.

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Big deal... I'm more ruya than both these mugs put together and you don't see me creating threads to talk about that, do you?

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Where is the interesting part?
Humbalito or nose forum, enough of such fan girl BS.
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I want to be Ruya too.

http://www.newyorker.com/news/sporti...novak-djokovic

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But no athlete had the year Novak Djokovic had. No athlete was as consistently superb, January through November. No athlete was as complete in all the aspects of his or her game (...) the best on all surfaces: indoors and out, hardcourt, clay, and grass. No athlete, week in and week out, faced the level of competition he did: men’s professional tennis, as gets said at the start of every big televised match—because it’s true—is in a golden age. (...) And while Federer had some year (2006), he accumulated only about half the A.T.P. point total Djokovic just amassed.

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Chinese hackers writing tennis? Stick to hacking buddy

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Big deal... I'm more ruya than both these mugs put together and you don't see me creating threads to talk about that, do you?
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http://www.newyorker.com/news/sporti...novak-djokovic

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But no athlete had the year Novak Djokovic had. No athlete was as consistently superb, January through November. No athlete was as complete in all the aspects of his or her game (...) the best on all surfaces: indoors and out, hardcourt, clay, and grass. No athlete, week in and week out, faced the level of competition he did: men’s professional tennis, as gets said at the start of every big televised match—because it’s true—is in a golden age. (...) And while Federer had some year (2006), he accumulated only about half the A.T.P. point total Djokovic just amassed.

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How do they call Berlocq in China?

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How do they call Berlocq in China?
99% of them have never heard the name, seriously.


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废船 Fèi chuán

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废船 Fèi chuán
Quite strange.I have never heard anyone talking about Warlocq on Chinese forum.

Anyway,废船 means'abandoned boat'……


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??? Well I've never heard about that. Chinese fans are not familiar with these low ranked players.
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