You make your own luck. You sound bitter like roger when he lost to Nole last year by blaming it on luck. Blaming luck is really what losers do. Problem for Nole is that he expects to win every tournament the same way , mainly by coming back or something. There doesn't seem to be any plan B.
I don't put much faith into Nole these days because he is becoming accustomed to losing and doesn't have a sense of urgency. If he is ok being passed by one guy, he will get passed soon enough by the other one. He only has 2 titles anyway and there is always something in his way. He needs to play lower tournaments and he needs to get back #1 ASAP while he can.If he doesn't do that, the other players will eat him alive no matter how nice he is.
I hope I don't sound bitter because I don't feel bitter. I'm just trying to find some positives and cheer people up. This is a Nole forum and I'm trying to explain what went wrong with Nole in Wimbledon. It's easy to only remember the last match and not the way Nole beat Roger in Rome and in Paris. I'm just trying to put some perspective here, among Nole fans.
Please don't compare that to saying, publicly, during a press conference: "I feel I should be doing the other presser... It's tough to lose to guy like that... How can you play a shot like that on MP? I was taught to believe in hard work... But I guess he's like a junior... slapping shots around and off you go". That was one of, if not the most insulting presser by a top player twards another player. Absolutely shocking.
I never said Roger diodn't deserve his title or any of his wins. And definitely I didn't say that Nole should have won instead of Roger.
But it is a good exercise to analise what happened, why Nole could literally crush Roger in Rome and Paris and not have any fight in him when they met in Wimbledon... I'm trying to find explanations. I'm very surprised you consider that bitter...