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View Poll Results: Who's career would you rather take? Hewitt vs Murray
Hewitt for me, CMON! *thumps chest* 161 46.00%
The pride of Scotland and ownership of England, Andy Murray *bleeping hit the ball* 189 54.00%
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Re: End the madness now - Who's career would you rather take? Hewitt vs Murray, VOTE

Alex, really?

Let me break things down here - WTF is nothing compared to OG Gold. You ask any player who's won any of the two, you'll get straight answers, no doubt about it, fr sure, 100%.

Even Denko i believe would take an OG Gold instead of the crappy WTF, that everyne has forgotten about and no one would have ever forgotten his OG Gold ever.

From my perspective OG Gold is comparable to a Slam tittle. Especially for those ho already have a Slam, they'd all pick the Olympics first place in a heart beat.

For guys who have none - they'd go with the Slam for sure, coz it puts you on the tennis map, which is your job, but when you have one, you want to be in the World's sports history map, your own country's legend forever and just create your legacy beyond the boundaries of tennis.

It's once every 4 years, every player there has the highest possible motivation ever, coz it's different than a Slam, the favorites are much less so, the team spirit and the national pride play a huge part, the big ones are no stars there, they're just as any other of the thousands athletes, it brings you back in time, when winning such an event was the ultimate honor and pride, and the ultimate glory, which no money could ever match.

The Greatest tennis player of all time has set his furthest goal at the next Olympic games. He would have retired much earlier had the OGs been irrelevant. It's the ultimate event in sports in general.

Comparing the yearly muggery indoors, where everyone is tired beyond belief and the tennis level is as bad as the worst 250, with the Olympic games is idolizing some player to the point of being sickly irrational and subjective.

When you're top 8 you know you deserve to be up there with your level of tennis and you know you cold be there again and again, while the Olympics - it's once every 4 years, it's now or never, it's do or die, it's absolutely incomparable.

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Re: End the madness now - Who's career would you rather take? Hewitt vs Murray, VOTE

Wait is ClutchOnandWin the guy that thought Murray was 2-0 vs. Nadal at the USO?

Difficult to take him seriously when he knows so little.
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Wait is ClutchOnandWin the guy that thought Murray was 2-0 vs. Nadal at the USO?

Difficult to take him seriously when he knows so little.
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Olympic Gold is clearly a superior achievement compared to the WTF. Ask any player and I guarantee the majority of the them would prefer if you disregard the money. The WTF on paper is a prestigious tournament but the reality is is that it's the battle between which player that aren't gassed from putting everything into the tournaments prior.

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Alex, really?

Let me break things down here - WTF is nothing compared to OG Gold. You ask any player who's won any of the two, you'll get straight answers, no doubt about it, fr sure, 100%.

Even Denko i believe would take an OG Gold instead of the crappy WTF, that everyne has forgotten about and no one would have ever forgotten his OG Gold ever.

From my perspective OG Gold is comparable to a Slam tittle. Especially for those ho already have a Slam, they'd all pick the Olympics first place in a heart beat.

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It's once every 4 years, every player there has the highest possible motivation ever, coz it's different than a Slam, the favorites are much less so, the team spirit and the national pride play a huge part, the big ones are no stars there, they're just as any other of the thousands athletes, it brings you back in time, when winning such an event was the ultimate honor and pride, and the ultimate glory, which no money could ever match.

The Greatest tennis player of all time has set his furthest goal at the next Olympic games. He would have retired much earlier had the OGs been irrelevant. It's the ultimate event in sports in general.

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When you're top 8 you know you deserve to be up there with your level of tennis and you know you cold be there again and again, while the Olympics - it's once every 4 years, it's now or never, it's do or die, it's absolutely incomparable.
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That was right the other day, you really do come across like the dude that got terrorised at school.
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Nadal won 13 slams and spent 100 weeks at #1, Hewitt won 2 slams and spent 80 weeks at #1. Nadal must be biggest overachiever or Hewitt must be biggest underachiever ? Nadal fans are fucked anyway, they can't accept that Nadal is overachieving and if they say Hewitt is biggest underachiever they indirectly admitting Fed is the Goat when he made an underachiever from such great player like Hewitt was
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A match between two mental giants: ClutchOnandWin vs Johnny Groove

Or a mexican standoff with Latso thrown in.

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Unless the national olympic organization gives some serious cash for medal winners don't be so sure the majority of good but not great players that don't make millions from contracts will not choose the WTF and the almost 2 millions.
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Wihout a doubt Murray.

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another trolling thread? why anyone stops this guy, where are the mods?

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