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Haas would be better off in porn or stand up comedy.

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Sometimes Nadal loses when he is not injured

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Sometimes I love heya so much it hurts.

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Sometimes I love heya so much it hurts.
Who doesn't?

That comment should be in the tennis opinions you do like to admit thread

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In 2013 I found myself enjoying watching the wta tour more than the atp on way too many occasions. Snooker also

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Roddick screwed up.
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* Talented shotmakers are over-rated
* Pushers and vultures are under-rated
* Peak Murray is better than peak Djokovic off clay.
* 2008-present is a weaker era than 2003-07.
* Every tennis player to have existed is a mug.
You might be right, although it depends in which years during that eras you compare.

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Portuguese players are thin and handsome.
Despite earning less than $100000, Sousa has done more in 1 month than Rodduck did in 10
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Davis Cup recovery and pretty comebacks in solid tournaments.

USians are greedy liars and age terribly and are
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nadal is a one dimensional player.
nadal's playstyle is boring and good if you're having insomnia.

WTF is the 5th most important tournament after the slams.

Federer 2012 > Djokovic 2012.
Nadal is the only player I know who has adapted to various surfaces in order to win the tournaments

WTF is the 5th most important tournament after the slams. - I don't agree with that i think it's the Olympics
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WTF is the 5th most important tournament after the slams. - I don't agree with that i think it's the Olympics
lol no.

olympics is the most important event for sports like wintersport, athletics or swimming, but tennis?! hell no.

it may be the most emotional tournament for the players because they play for their country, but apart from that...
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I feel the complete opposite. Olympics is only played every four years, it's also by far the biggest event in the world - surely it must be more special to win the Olympics than to win a Grand Slam? It's not even close.

Olympics > Grand Slams > WTF > Masters 1000
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I feel the complete opposite. Olympics is only played every four years, it's also by far the biggest event in the world - surely it must be more special to win the Olympics than to win a Grand Slam? It's not even close.

Olympics > Grand Slams > WTF > Masters 1000
slams are bo5 from the beginning, olympics only in the final. it's much harder to win a slam than olympics. ask murray.

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grand slam > wtf > olympics > masters 1000

atp/itf says grand slam (2000) > wtf (1500) > masters 1000 (1000) > olympics (750)
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I feel the complete opposite. Olympics is only played every four years, it's also by far the biggest event in the world - surely it must be more special to win the Olympics than to win a Grand Slam? It's not even close.

Olympics > Grand Slams > WTF > Masters 1000
Well, that's pushing it a bit, but it's for sure more important than the WTF, all the players say so as well, so I'm not sure why people try to say otherwise. Mostly bitter Fedtards who are claiming that, though.

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Santaro was a better version of Ferrer
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I feel the complete opposite. Olympics is only played every four years, it's also by far the biggest event in the world - surely it must be more special to win the Olympics than to win a Grand Slam? It's not even close.

Olympics > Grand Slams > WTF > Masters 1000
Total revisionist history. Slams are more important than the Olympics. The Olympics have increased in prestige in the last decade but players didn't give a damn about them in 1988.
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