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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

With this win Rafa has 45 wins in Rome agaist 2 looses (JCF & Nole).

And reached his 284wins ATPM1000. 11 shy of Federers 295.

And 64 ahead of Nole.

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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Thanks Rasheed for ruining another player. Dimitrov is hopeless, he should go to Vegas and make living as Fed impersonator, he would fit in just well.



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no contest.. sadly
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Nadal grinding his way too another title.

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Too easy for Nadal. His confidence is back. Never thought it would happen this soon. Of course Madrid played right into his hands.
It wasnt Madrid is was Murray.

If Madrid did wonders he wouldnt have the problems he did with Simon and Youzhny.

Rafas confidence today was a more direct win over a hard Murray then anything.

And yes he looks like hes back.

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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Rasheed just destroyed divapov, yet his fans like him. No problem can be found ?
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Huge prospect this Dimitrov.

Between slicing every single ball to Nadal's forehand and dumping the ball into the net, he sure impressed the tennis world.
Didn't want to reveal his tactics before RG. Who cares about a masters 1000 it's all about the slams.

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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

What a poor effort from Dimitrov. Embarassing. Rafa was solid, played within himself, nothing special though. Still, some guys here call Dimitrov a baby Fed and hype him to no end ... sorry I can only laugh. How many stupid BH errors did he make today? Yes, for a moment I thought Rafa was pounding Fed's BH ... then, oh no that's Dimitrov. That's where all similarities between Dimitrov and Fed end .

I didn't expect Dimi to win but I did expect a much closer, interesting match. This was a disaster. One more thing, Dimitrov is moving as if he is 40yo ... I don't get it.

So, next number one, a multiple GS winner ... my ars. I don't think so. I still have a healthy pair of eyes and don't even try to convince me how Dimi is somehow so special ... whatever
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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Dimitrov's tomfoolery to one side, Rafa looks to have got his confidence back. The forehand today was blistering - and he actually managed to hold serve all match...
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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Hopefully we get a selfie of brainy Dimitrov reading Tolstoy after this loss--we've seen the splits in the gym and the dancing. All variety this dimitrov.

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very poor from Dimitrov. looked like he was expecting the poor Nadal from previous matches and when it did not happen, there was no plan B or much care...condescending and some sulking as well...overall very much out of sorts...playing under completely different condition during the night did not help either

otherwise decent level from Nadal - solid with decent depth but nothing special, so the title is up for grabs.
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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Where is that clown who said this match is on Dimugtrov's racket?


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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Thinking Dimitrov got a chance vs. Nadal in Clay semi

Nadal is an inhuman 51-1 in Clay Tournament Semi Finals since his only loss vs. Moya in 2003..

Better not get him in that round..Next one..
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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Pretty bad match by Grigor, but Rafa was back to at least 90%.


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Re: Rome SF: [1] Nadal laughs past [12] Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Has Birdshit tweeted yet? I expect something along the lines of "The King is back.".

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