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If Fed was to break the rafa clay code..

tennis2tennis
09-30-2007, 08:04 AM
and win RG and most of the pre-RG clay Masters would your tennis intrigue die? As a Roger fan I’d love to see him do it, but a small part of me thinks would I care after that point? Would he for that matter? And of the neutrals would it seem like enjoying one of the all time greats or would you be thinking ‘he’s killed it for me’…

Action Jackson
09-30-2007, 08:05 AM
Not happening.

RagingLamb
09-30-2007, 04:21 PM
depends on how it happens. if he fights hard to accomplish this I'll be happy for him, but will be a little board with it all.

if he wins by luck, fluke, or just general lack of competition. I'm sure it won't be as sweet, neither to me, nor to RFed himself.

tennis2tennis
09-30-2007, 04:27 PM
depends on how it happens. if he fights hard to accomplish this I'll be happy for him, but will be a little board with it all.

if he wins by luck, fluke, or just general lack of competition. I'm sure it won't be as sweet, neither to me, nor to RFed himself.

disagree...most people applaude agassi for having a career grand slam rarely do people say he beat a nobody like Andrei Medvedev to capture RG

Burrow
09-30-2007, 05:14 PM
:zzz:

Andre'sNo1Fan
09-30-2007, 10:00 PM
and win RG and most of the pre-RG clay Masters would your tennis intrigue die? As a Roger fan I’d love to see him do it, but a small part of me thinks would I care after that point? Would he for that matter? And of the neutrals would it seem like enjoying one of the all time greats or would you be thinking ‘he’s killed it for me’…
This generation of tennis died a long time ago as it became so predictable. I think, even if they don't admit it, most people are waiting for Federer to retire or start losing to gain more interest in the sport

elessar
09-30-2007, 10:04 PM
This generation of tennis died a long time ago as it became so predictable. I think, even if they don't admit it, most people are waiting for Federer to retire or start losing to gain more interest in the sport

Wow a hell of a lot of people must be in denial then :haha:

FedFan_2007
09-30-2007, 10:19 PM
This generation of tennis died a long time ago as it became so predictable. I think, even if they don't admit it, most people are waiting for Federer to retire or start losing to gain more interest in the sport

It must kill you ever slam Federer wins. That's 12 already, little boy.

kabuki
09-30-2007, 10:22 PM
I'd rather Fed break the Rafa Asspicking Code.