Is it time to accept Ferrer as one of the game's all-time greats?
Countless titles at every level of the game, 44 appearances in Grand Slams (6th all-time) and one of the greatest QF streaks in history (ahead of the likes of Wilander and Agassi). Will history remember Ferrer as one of the greats of the game?
This is twice now that the pushing vulture has benefited from JJ's misfortune.... In Paris JJ had played 3 more matches than vulture, was emotionally drained and tired, and in the US Open JJ's injury meant he lost early when they were scheduled to meet. I cannot wait for non tired fully healthy JJ to destroy this nonsense joke.
Mark Lenders banged your girlfriend, I'm sorry to tell you that mate.
Re: Is it time to accept Ferrer as one of the game's all-time greats?
I rank him alongside the Pistol ... in the tier 10 of the greats
Originally Posted by SliceAce
As for Mugray, what can be said? A disgusting human being, and awful player, and a choking pushing mug. He looks like a kemo patient, bald spots, hairless legs, pasty blotchy skin, busted teeth, and an ugly, snarling face. Typical antics all came out in this match: faking injuries, grimacing and cursing, trying to peg Fed, trying to start drama, undeserved final based on an exhausted old man and a joke draw.
I'm no Fakervic fan but he needs to save tennis, sadly tree trunk legs will be fresh. Interesting he's never questioned....