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View Poll Results: Are the Spanish the most dull players to watch?
Yes, they put me to sleep 30 44.12%
No, I can't change the channel and can't sleep. Such riveting tennis 23 33.82%
I don't care 11 16.18%
I don't know. 4 5.88%
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post #76 of 81 (permalink) Old 12-06-2013, 07:31 PM
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Umm.. no. I like Verdasco's forehand. He can be very exciting to watch when he's "on". And I like Feli Lopez on grass. Nadal and Ferrer though.. yes.
Nadal is intense no court! what are you talking about! if anything watching him play against the likes of Murray and Djokovic just shows how an unusually intense and thrilling baseliner Nadal is next to the rest!

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Thought xenophobia was banned on here.
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lol, Nadal the most exciting player ever to grace the game.

Apart from him, Verdasco, say about him what you want, he's entertaining in so many ways.

Lopez on grass
Enough said

Ferrer, Almagro, Verdasco, Roberado are all fun to watch.

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How could someone so dull own Flashy Roger on a tennis court?
Well.. he hasn't always been the pusher he is today. He started his career playing aggressive tennis, believe it or not. He showed flashes of what that kind of tennis looks like during USO this year. Too bad he fell right back into pushing mode again though..


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Verdasco was their cheerleader, number one mascot.
They let him play tennis once after they saw his "consistency is everything" advertisement.
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Joke thread? Kohlschreiber clowns this servebot in 3.
Maybe 4 or 5 if he wants to get more of a workout in.
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Better to be a boring Winner than a flashy Loser! To call Nadal boring is narrow minded, at best.
Disagree. His game is predictable in the extreme, which actually makes everyone's inability besides Djokovic to figure him out even more frustrating .

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Verdasco, Lopez, Almagro dull now?

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