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Wimbledon R3: Djokovic def. Baghdatis 6-4 4-6 6-3 6-4

LinkMage
06-25-2011, 08:11 PM
2nd match I watch of Wimbledon this year and the courts are a fucking disgrace. This is slower than Roland Garros FFS. More rallies than on clay here.

Where the fuck are the real grass courts? :rolleyes:

Good effort from Baghdatis. Blew the 3rd set when he got broken after being 40-0.

MIMIC
06-25-2011, 08:12 PM
First 2 sets were pretty poor for Djoker's standards. Very apathetic and just going through the motions. Last 2 were much better from quality and effort-wise.

And the ending couldn't be without the typical drama :worship:

Hian-GOAT
06-25-2011, 08:12 PM
Nole :yeah:

Jaz
06-25-2011, 08:13 PM
Great match. So many long rallies.

azinna
06-25-2011, 08:13 PM
Glimpses of old Djokovic today. Those shoulders are tensed up.

n3gative
06-25-2011, 08:13 PM
at least baggy showed up, great effort.
pisses me off that he can't play like this for an entire year.

Clydey
06-25-2011, 08:13 PM
Such an entertaining match. Loved how much the crowd got into it. Djokovic looked furious with the crowd support for Baghdatis.

nole_no1
06-25-2011, 08:14 PM
A win is a win :yeah:

BTW i can't remember the last time i saw a more annoying and retarded crowd
Glad they sucked it at the end :yeah:

straitup
06-25-2011, 08:14 PM
The beginning was not the best, but the ending was superb. Typical drama from Baghdatis, I thought he was somehow going to win that 4th set but he was playing too passively on BP chances. Novak really loosened up and played great at the end.

The sliding was ridiculous :lol:

tennis2tennis
06-25-2011, 08:14 PM
good fighting spirit from novak but where are all the nole fans who had a go at federer for doing the number 1 gesture in RG? how do you defend novak fistpuming unforced errors?

guga2120
06-25-2011, 08:14 PM
Nole picked it up in the last 2. He will still be ok to get Federer out of here.

The crowd was like Murray was playing in the end, rare to see.

tyruk14
06-25-2011, 08:14 PM
Come Friday, Roger Federer is going to deck Novak Djokovic.

Luinir
06-25-2011, 08:14 PM
Grass gets even more bald. Good for my favourite.

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:15 PM
The crowd hated Djokovic. Standing ovation for double faults, netted slices and hilarious shanks :haha: Baghdatis loved it, too bad he didn't win. The standing ovation for that would've been hilarious.

ZaZoo)
06-25-2011, 08:15 PM
Well done Nole :yeah:

He was kinda flat in the first 2 sets but it was happy ending. :lol:

KoOlMaNsEaN
06-25-2011, 08:15 PM
Were they playing on clay or grass? I couldn't really tell from the way both players were sliding into their shots and all of the long rallies :lol:

Mountaindewslave
06-25-2011, 08:15 PM
oh my god the last game was probably the best and most exciting one i've ever seen, the atmosphere was amazing, but sadd Baghdatis couldn't bring it to 5-5

TheBaker
06-25-2011, 08:15 PM
I can't remember the crowd getting behind a non-British guy like that before. Novak was pissed, didn't even want to salute the crowd at the end.

Jaz
06-25-2011, 08:16 PM
Where are the weak era folks?!

Arkulari
06-25-2011, 08:16 PM
Nole picked it up in the last 2. He will still be ok to get Federer out of here.

The crowd was like Murray was playing in the end, rare to see.

you can dream :hug: with the way they both played today, Roger will win, out of serving alone ;)

Nole was furious about the crowd support for Baggy and wasn't as sharp as usual but still got the job done

timafi
06-25-2011, 08:16 PM
Marcos you smiling;laughing fat fuck.You could have taken out that arrogant choking fucker but you spent more time smiling your fat ass instead of focusing on serving and hitting your forehand better:mad:

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 08:16 PM
Disgraceful crowd and disgraceful line calling. Hope these Brits shut the fuck up when Mugray finally loses.

Jimnik
06-25-2011, 08:16 PM
Quality match. Best of the tournament so far. Very high standard from both players.

MIMIC
06-25-2011, 08:16 PM
Reporter: Is it fair to say that you lost your cool with the racquet smash?
Djokovic: (laughs) Yes.

:haha:

MIMIC
06-25-2011, 08:17 PM
Reporter: Is it fair to say that you lost your cool with the racquet smash?
Djokovic: (laughs) Yes.

:haha:

Mungo
06-25-2011, 08:18 PM
Awful stuff from Djokovic. His movement on grass is not great, groundstrokes are not deep, he's not dictating play from the baseline as he used to. Fakerer will kill him playing like this. When did the Wimbledon crowd become so pathetic? Are Parisians vacationing in London? Just imagine how it will be when the joker gets to play fakerer lol

scarecrows
06-25-2011, 08:18 PM
great fight, and good level of play especially in the last set

dokovic didnt play his best but did well in key points, especially on serve

Kworb
06-25-2011, 08:18 PM
Horrible match, all these slow long rallies ending in UE. Just a mess.

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:18 PM
BTW i can't remember the last time i saw a more annoying and retarded crowd
Glad they sucked it at the end :yeah:
Can't remember the last time I've seen a player so smug when he won and so annoyed that the crowd didn't like him :haha: Djokovic looked offended that he wasn't the crowd favourite :haha:

tektonac
06-25-2011, 08:18 PM
Marcos you smiling;laughing fat fuck.You could have taken out that arrogant choking fucker but you spent more time smiling your fat ass instead of focusing on serving and hitting your forehand better:mad:

keep dreaming :o

syc23
06-25-2011, 08:18 PM
No surprises that the crowd hated Djokovic. He did school Andy at the AO final afterall.

After that performance, he ain't beating Federer on Friday.

Naina
06-25-2011, 08:19 PM
fun match... much more entertaining then fed-nalby and I expected that to be good....

Nole needs to raise his level a lil bit if wants to get the better of fed though.

MIMIC
06-25-2011, 08:20 PM
Djoker's problem is that he couldn't snatch the momentum. All those crazy points went mostly Baghdatis' way....and the crowd is ALWAYS going to root for the person that is entertaining them. They weren't particularly rooting against Djokovic, but rather enjoying Baghdatis play more than Novak.

Djoker: win a great point, then net an easy shot. Who wants to root for that?

fast_clay
06-25-2011, 08:20 PM
racquet smash highlights please...

baggy's epic crowd bondage would have been very unappealing to djokovic's vanity... wouldn't be surprsied if djok says something like 'i know you don't love me but i still love you'

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:20 PM
Awful stuff from Djokovic. His movement on grass is not great, groundstrokes are not deep, he's not dictating play from the baseline as he used to. Fakerer will kill him playing like this. When did the Wimbledon crowd become so pathetic? Are Parisians vacationing in London? Just imagine how it will be when the joker gets to play fakerer lol

I agree with everything you said but he wont play like this against Roger...He wont play this bad this year anymore....

MalwareDie
06-25-2011, 08:20 PM
2nd match I watch of Wimbledon this year and the courts are a fucking disgrace. This is slower that Roland Garros FFS. More rallies than on clay here.

Where the fuck are the real grass courts? :rolleyes:

Gone forever. :sad:

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:20 PM
No surprises that the crowd hated Djokovic. He did school Andy at the AO final afterall.

After that performance, he ain't beating Federer on Friday.
No, they hate Djokovic because:

1. He's a smug, arrogant twit.
2. Baghdatis was more fun and Djokovic wasn't.
3. Djokovic looked offended whenever they cheered his errors.
4. Why should they like him anyway?

tektonac
06-25-2011, 08:21 PM
crowd still likes Novak more than Muggray :wavey:

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:21 PM
The crowd hated Djokovic. Standing ovation for double faults, netted slices and hilarious shanks :haha: Baghdatis loved it, too bad he didn't win. The standing ovation for that would've been hilarious.

Dude nobody cares what a 15 year old virgin thinks about tennis....

Jaz
06-25-2011, 08:22 PM
The crowd don't hate Djokovic, they just liked Baghdatis more.

Greatness
06-25-2011, 08:23 PM
Not pretty but a win's a win.

worky
06-25-2011, 08:23 PM
No, they hate Djokovic because:

1. He's a smug, arrogant twit.
2. Baghdatis was more fun and Djokovic wasn't.
3. Djokovic looked offended whenever they cheered his errors.
4. Why should they like him anyway?

for all that crowds all around the world hate mugray.

straitup
06-25-2011, 08:23 PM
The crowd don't hate Djokovic, they just liked Baghdatis more.

Baghdatis is always a popular one with the crowd, and they wanted to see a 5th set. I'm sure they love Djokovic too

fast_clay
06-25-2011, 08:23 PM
Dude nobody cares what a 15 year old virgin thinks about tennis....

:spit: that's f**king funny...

quick... someone buy muzzatard a hooker...

preferably one with genital warts...

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:24 PM
crowd still likes Novak more than Muggray :wavey:
Wrong. Murray is the home favourite, so Murray is obviously more liked :wavey: If they were to play, Murray would be the favourite with the crowd and Djokovic would probably look offended as usual :lol: "What's my ranking and what's his?" :lol: Clown :lol:

tektonac
06-25-2011, 08:25 PM
Wrong. Murray is the home favourite, so Murray is obviously more liked :wavey: If they were to play, Murray would be the favourite with the crowd and Djokovic would probably look offended as usual :lol: "What's my ranking and what's his?" :lol: Clown :lol:

and they like Fed much more than Muggray too at HOME :wavey:

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:25 PM
Dude nobody cares what a 15 year old virgin thinks about tennis....
Wow, that cut deep :lol: Not to mention that you got my age wrong. That hurts :lol:
for all that crowds all around the world hate mugray.
Actually, Murray is quite popular everywhere, especially in America.

Langers
06-25-2011, 08:25 PM
Novak. :)

Crowd. :ras:

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:26 PM
Wrong. Murray is the home favourite, so Murray is obviously more liked :wavey: If they were to play, Murray would be the favourite with the crowd and Djokovic would probably look offended as usual :lol: "What's my ranking and what's his?" :lol: Clown :lol:

I think he would say how many GS does he have ,Masters titles,WTF titles,titles in general and then the ranking...

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 08:26 PM
No, they hate Djokovic because:

3. Djokovic looked offended whenever they cheered his errors.


Yeah he should have actually been pleased with that.

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:26 PM
and they like Fed much more than Muggray too at HOME :wavey:
That's Federer though. Federer is Federer. Federer is the GOAT. Both will be cheered. The crowd will want a home champion, BUT they will also want the GOAT to win another slam for his tally :shrug:

NikolaBGD
06-25-2011, 08:26 PM
No, they hate Djokovic because:

1. He's a smug, arrogant twit.
2. Baghdatis was more fun and Djokovic wasn't.
3. Djokovic looked offended whenever they cheered his errors.
4. Why should they like him anyway?

Brits always loves slamless players, and hate those who scools their player in the final of the slam:wavey:

Cabbage, bad taste in your mouth:p Novak is all that your favorite isn't...

Shame on this partizan crowd, they are worse then french crowd.

Good job Novak, need this kind of matches to prove yourself that you are born winner.

Dini
06-25-2011, 08:27 PM
Gotta love how Baghdatis charmed the centre court crowd. :inlove: In my opinion, his personality and shotmaking is only good news for tennis.

Djokovic's serving in that last set was superb; it really won the match for him. You also felt he had much more in the tank than Baggy. But glad Djoko's nerves got in the way a bit in that last game to provide us with all that entertainment in the end. :D

samanosuke
06-25-2011, 08:27 PM
Marcos always had and still has weapons to deal with top guys but his movement and serve percentage aren't good enough .
Djokovic like always when isn't winning easily bashing own camp and behaving embarrassing . Just proves how double faced he is

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 08:28 PM
Wrong. Murray is the home favourite, so Murray is obviously more liked :wavey: If they were to play, Murray would be the favourite with the crowd and Djokovic would probably look offended as usual :lol: "What's my ranking and what's his?" :lol: Clown :lol:

It's sad that the only positive quality Mugray has that the crowd cheer for is his nationality.

Xristos
06-25-2011, 08:28 PM
Good match.

nole_no1
06-25-2011, 08:28 PM
Can't remember the last time I've seen a player so smug when he won and so annoyed that the crowd didn't like him :haha: Djokovic looked offended that he wasn't the crowd favourite :haha:

No problem
He's still winning...haters gonna hate.Nobody cares :yeah:

The crowd should better worry for Murray loosing to Richie :dance:

Pipsy
06-25-2011, 08:29 PM
Nole picked it up in the last 2. He will still be ok to get Federer out of here.

The crowd was like Henman was playing in the end, rare to see.

Fixed http://img.wrestlingforum.com/images/smilies/nod.gif

delboy
06-25-2011, 08:29 PM
result was NID. great crowd though

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:29 PM
Marcos always had and still has weapons to deal with top guys but his movement and serve percentage aren't good enough .
Djokovic like always when isn't winning easily bashing own camp and behaving embarrassing . Just proves how double faced he is

You are clueless man he is looking at his camp in a way:I cant believe I didnt win this point,he is lucky,what a hell is going on a so....

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:29 PM
Yeah he should have actually been pleased with that.
He looked pretty offended. Maybe the crowd liked Baghdatis more and wanted him to win? Too bad, no need to stand there looking offended as if they crowd has to be on your side. Baghdatis was more fun and was smiling all the time, so of course the crowd liked him more and wanted him to win.

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:30 PM
He looked pretty offended. Maybe the crowd liked Baghdatis more and wanted him to win. Too bad, no need to stand there looking offended as if they crowd has to be on your side. Baghdatis was more fun and was smiling all the time, so of course the crowd liked him more and wanted him to win.

So what and Murray is pissed about every missed return,DF,looking at his mom,cursing and so on...So that's cool?

Lee
06-25-2011, 08:33 PM
Djokovic played his worst this year in the first 2 sets but he managed to grind out a win. :yeah:

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:33 PM
So what and Murray is pissed about every missed return,DF,looking at his mom,cursing and so on...So that's cool?
He doesn't get offended if people cheer his errors or if people aren't on his side. He just gets on with it. He is a perfectionist too, so he gets angry easily at stupid mistakes.

angry1
06-25-2011, 08:33 PM
and they like Fed much more than Muggray too at HOME :wavey:

Brits always loves slamless players, and hate those who scools their player in the final of the slam:wavey:

Cabbage, bad taste in your mouth:p Novak is all that your favorite isn't...

Shame on this partizan crowd, they are worse then french crowd.

Good job Novak, need this kind of matches to prove yourself that you are born winner.

Which one of you is talking rubbish? Could it be possible you both are?

I reckon tektonac is nearly right, though I'd say marginally more not much more. If the other poster is right then Federer must be being tricked by all the fans who are cheering him despite hating him.

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:35 PM
He doesn't get offended if people cheer his errors or if people aren't on his side. He just gets on with it. He is a perfectionist too, so he gets angry easily at stupid mistakes.

He would man trust me he would....And Djokovic wasn't offended at all he was just pissed that they were so loud during the point

tektonac
06-25-2011, 08:35 PM
He looked pretty offended. Maybe the crowd liked Baghdatis more and wanted him to win? Too bad, no need to stand there looking offended as if they crowd has to be on your side. Baghdatis was more fun and was smiling all the time, so of course the crowd liked him more and wanted him to win.

stop BSing, did you watch Muggray vs Ljubicic, have you seen all those annoying histrionics? and the way he opens his mouth, you can fit a FIFA ball there easily.

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:37 PM
Brits always loves slamless players, and hate those who scools their player in the final of the slam:wavey:

Cabbage, bad taste in your mouth:p Novak is all that your favorite isn't...

Shame on this partizan crowd, they are worse then french crowd.

Good job Novak, need this kind of matches to prove yourself that you are born winner.
Sorry to ask this, but am I supposed to take you seriously after that first sentence?

ossie
06-25-2011, 08:38 PM
djoker won't be able to beat fed let alone rafa if he keeps playing like he did against fatdatis. still a mystery how he lost a set to that mug.

cardio
06-25-2011, 08:38 PM
I have money on "all top 4 seeds in semifinal" and I shitted my pants because Djoko looked really poor and beatable there. He barely dodged the bullet this time, but if he will play same shit again in 4th round, Llodra will punish him.

delboy
06-25-2011, 08:38 PM
This crowd would have supported Baggy if he was playing muzza. so would I, until it went to a 5th anyway then of course all muzza..

samanosuke
06-25-2011, 08:39 PM
You are clueless man he is looking at his camp in a way:I cant believe I didnt win this point,he is lucky,what a hell is going on a so....

Just like two years ago in match against Haas when he was bashing Vajda, didn't let own father on matches . Or in Davis Cup meeting against USA last year when he was treating own supporters with very juicy words, even Viskovic who was commentating the match was shocked . Don't get me wrong , personally don't have anything against this behavior but then be the same the hole time. Don't try to fool all around with nice guy image

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:40 PM
He would man trust me he would....And Djokovic wasn't offended at all he was just pissed that they were so loud during the point
No, he wouldn't. Murray only gets angry at himself, nobody else.

The crowd were loud, too bad :lol:
stop BSing, did you watch Muggray vs Ljubicic, have you seen all those annoying histrionics? and the way he opens his mouth, you can fit a FIFA ball there easily.
Yes, I watched the Ljubicic match. He got angry at bad mistakes, as he usually does. Nothing unusual there.

What has his mouth got to do with this? :unsure:

Saberq
06-25-2011, 08:41 PM
djoker won't be able to beat fed let alone rafa if he keeps playing like he did against fatdatis. still a mystery how he lost a set to that mug.

Do you really think he will play like this another match?

guga2120
06-25-2011, 08:44 PM
Djokovic played his worst this year in the first 2 sets but he managed to grind out a win. :yeah:

He was much worse in the first two sets in Paris, but he raised his level when he needed too, and lets hope he can keep that up until the final.

batavlada
06-25-2011, 08:44 PM
The crowd hated Djokovic. Standing ovation for double faults, netted slices and hilarious shanks :haha: Baghdatis loved it, too bad he didn't win. The standing ovation for that would've been hilarious.

Can't remember the last time I've seen a player so smug when he won and so annoyed that the crowd didn't like him :haha: Djokovic looked offended that he wasn't the crowd favourite :haha:

No, they hate Djokovic because:

1. He's a smug, arrogant twit.
2. Baghdatis was more fun and Djokovic wasn't.
3. Djokovic looked offended whenever they cheered his errors.
4. Why should they like him anyway?


Well, yeah. I mean what ever you say.


Anyway, it is a biggest shame on MTF, ever, that such a big fan of a Murray, with so similar personality with his hero, guy who changing nicknames when ever realize that is on ignore lists even on moderators, have no parental guidance to Wimbledon to enjoy him in live. Thus, I share your frustration and worst fears.

tektonac
06-25-2011, 08:45 PM
What has his mouth got to do with this? :unsure:

have you ever thought it may have been a bit annoying to observe his dental and laryngoscope procedures so frequently?

KoOlMaNsEaN
06-25-2011, 08:47 PM
:lol: @ the direction this thread has taken

Lee
06-25-2011, 08:47 PM
He was much worse in the first two sets in Paris, but he raised his level when he needed too, and lets hope he can keep that up until the final.

you mean vs Federer? He was not as listless and grumpy and zombie like in that match. :shrug:

cardio
06-25-2011, 08:47 PM
It was Saturday evening, nice weather,no play in Middle Sunday, crowd wanted more tennis and to watch 5th set, thats why they supported Baggy. Plus he is likeable guy

velikikomsa@gmai
06-25-2011, 08:51 PM
Marcos you smiling;laughing fat fuck.You could have taken out that arrogant choking fucker but you spent more time smiling your fat ass instead of focusing on serving and hitting your forehand better:mad:

Djokovic is the best sportsman in the world and he is showing it every minute he spend on and off the court, and these people who are talking like this need to be very delusional or very evil.

By the way, these courts on Wimbledon deserve new name: low bouncing clay courts, or low bouncing courts, slower then clay.

Gladiator
06-25-2011, 08:53 PM
the last game was amazing
the crowd was cheering for Baghdatis because they wanted the drama to continue to 5th set, thats all. It's Saturday and they want more fun watching tennis

I enjoyed watching the match, but I hope Djokovic can improve, he had a lot of UEs

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 08:53 PM
Djokovic is the best sportsman in the world and he is showing it every minute he spend on and off the court
Djokovic is not the best sportsman in the world :lol:
and these people who are talking like this need to be very delusional or very evil.
:spit:

FerrerAndNadal
06-25-2011, 08:53 PM
Blah!!!! Poor Baghy, Arrogant chests pounds and roars NID, well congrats Djokovic anyway

velikikomsa@gmai
06-25-2011, 08:54 PM
Well, yeah. I mean what ever you say.


Anyway, it is a biggest shame on MTF, ever, that such a big fan of a Murray, with so similar personality with his hero, guy who changing nicknames when ever realize that is on ignore lists even on moderators, have no parental guidance to Wimbledon to enjoy him in live. Thus, I share your frustration and worst fears.

Just ignore that mug. He deserves no answers.

ossie
06-25-2011, 08:55 PM
Do you really think he will play like this another match?his game may work well on hc and clay but it isnt so effective on grass, yes i think he will look bad against fed or nadal.

janko05
06-25-2011, 09:00 PM
Awful stuff from Djokovic. His movement on grass is not great, groundstrokes are not deep, he's not dictating play from the baseline as he used to. Fakerer will kill him playing like this. When did the Wimbledon crowd become so pathetic? Are Parisians vacationing in London? Just imagine how it will be when the joker gets to play fakerer lol

Sad, but very true

emotion
06-25-2011, 09:07 PM
I hate MB's attitude a lot right now

Bossus
06-25-2011, 09:11 PM
if baggy wasnt so fat he would have won. maybe he needs to cut down on the gluten :D

janko05
06-25-2011, 09:11 PM
This crowd would have supported Baggy if he was playing muzza. so would I, until it went to a 5th anyway then of course all muzza..

This is what I call delusion

batavlada
06-25-2011, 09:13 PM
Just ignore that mug. He deserves no answers.

He is on my ignore list. I do not know how many his nicknames is in my ignore list. Even more, he is jerk that giving bad reps for grammatical errors. But, he is also a guy who posted 30.000 replies and sacrificed his life for MTF not getting even a dime for his hard work.

I saw that he hijacked this thread, like many before.

But! he have mission here. And that mission, as xx times before, is that Murray must take GS - now is Wimbledon in a row. I do not know how, but he is fighting for Murray's GS title. He is busy.

NikolaBGD
06-25-2011, 09:14 PM
Sad, but very true

Not true...

One average match and everybody knows that Novak isnt player for grass:rolleyes:

Last two matches same people said that he is in the form of last spring. People often talks BS, eat their words after, but nobody cares.

Just wait to see how will things unfold in second week, Novak win tough match against inspired player, and against rude crowd.

velikikomsa@gmai
06-25-2011, 09:14 PM
Marcos always had and still has weapons to deal with top guys but his movement and serve percentage aren't good enough .
Djokovic like always when isn't winning easily bashing own camp and behaving embarrassing . Just proves how double faced he is


Someone is smart.I mean, what this guy is talking here.Does someone actually get him. I don't.
Novak Djokovic rules. That's all you need to know. Don't tire your brain with these kind of deep philosophical stuff.

asmazif
06-25-2011, 09:14 PM
Baggy put in a great effort, is not fat, and had a great attitude. IMO

NikolaBGD
06-25-2011, 09:16 PM
He is on my ignore list. I do not know how many his nicknames is in my ignore list. Even more, he is jerk that giving bad reps for grammatical errors. But, he is also a guy who posted 30.000 replies and sacrificed his life for MTF not getting even a dime for his hard work.

I saw that he hijacked this thread, like many before.

But! he have mission here. And that mission, as xx times before, is that Murray must take GS - now is Wimbledon in a row. I do not know how, but he is fighting for Murray's GS title. He is busy.

He is protected by his brit fellow and mod scoobs, I cant believe that other mods support this kind of behaviour:rolleyes:

He is disgrace:o

velikikomsa@gmai
06-25-2011, 09:20 PM
He is on my ignore list. I do not know how many his nicknames is in my ignore list. Even more, he is jerk that giving bad reps for grammatical errors. But, he is also a guy who posted 30.000 replies and sacrificed his life for MTF not getting even a dime for his hard work.

I saw that he hijacked this thread, like many before.

But! he have mission here. And that mission, as xx times before, is that Murray must take GS - now is Wimbledon in a row. I do not know how, but he is fighting for Murray's GS title. He is busy.

Ignore.
Taj frajer je na svakom postu koji govori o Novaku Djokovicu, i konstantno ga ocrnjuje.

Time Violation
06-25-2011, 09:29 PM
dokovic didnt play his best but did well in key points, especially on serve

Spot on :)

Dude nobody cares what a 15 year old virgin thinks about tennis....

You aren't the one to say that, your comments were equally pathetic.

Saberq
06-25-2011, 09:39 PM
Spot on :)



You aren't the one to say that, your comments were equally pathetic.

Maybe but I was pissed off and drunk he is just pathetic...

simplet
06-25-2011, 09:42 PM
Someone is smart.I mean, what this guy is talking here.Does someone actually get him. I don't.
Novak Djokovic rules. That's all you need to know. Don't tire your brain with these kind of deep philosophical stuff.

What's so hard to understand? Djokovic is fake. I mean it's ok, people don't necessary hate him for it, they just realize he's a very fake person.

fast_clay
06-25-2011, 09:43 PM
yes i agree that the Cabbage should be banned...

he is causing a lot of unrest in GM again


What's so hard to understand? Djokovic is fake. I mean it's ok, people don't necessary hate him for it, they just realize he's a very fake person.

very true... nothing wrong with being fake when it is very obvious and very accepted all round...

the main redeeming feature for djokovic is that he does not indulge in fake humble...

Sapeod
06-25-2011, 09:44 PM
He is protected by his brit fellow and mod scoobs, I cant believe that other mods support this kind of behaviour:rolleyes:

He is disgrace:o
The mods do not protect me. I have not done anything ban-worthy, so they don't do anything. Do not blame the mods for me still being here, because I haven't done anything to get banned anyway and they see that. I don't insult people. If anyone is getting insulted on here, it's me :lol:

This is the last thing I will say about this :shrug:

Britain's no.2
06-25-2011, 09:52 PM
i disagree with the comment that the crowd is against djokovic, they were merely appauding baghdatis' efforts. a lot of people dont get that the british crowd will generally favour the underdog, plus not many people are aware of djokovic because the majority of the crowd dont really know him very well.

Time Violation
06-25-2011, 09:55 PM
What's so hard to understand? Djokovic is fake. I mean it's ok, people don't necessary hate him for it, they just realize he's a very fake person.

:haha:

tnosugar
06-25-2011, 09:55 PM
I have money on "all top 4 seeds in semifinal" and I shitted my pants because Djoko looked really poor and beatable there. He barely dodged the bullet this time, but if he will play same shit again in 4th round, Llodra will punish him.

he's going yo have problems already with Llodra if he stays back like this. Let alone anyone in the later stages. And he knows it, that's why he's nervous, despite the win. Approach shots, movement and net play on grass terrible. his worst surface.

The Pro
06-25-2011, 10:11 PM
i disagree with the comment that the crowd is against djokovic, they were merely appauding baghdatis' efforts. a lot of people dont get that the british crowd will generally favour the underdog, plus not many people are aware of djokovic because the majority of the crowd dont really know him very well.

This. The SW19's crowd loyalty can be summed up in this order

1. More tennis
2. The underdog
3. The big name
4. The crowd favourite

Always 1. first :D

Nole did seem put out though. He always to be favourite. Weirdo. :lol:

Nole fan
06-25-2011, 10:11 PM
Gotta love the way Nole destroys a racket. Even destruction he does to perfection. :lol:
http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/22825103/vp/43536204#43536204

I'm glad that once in a while we can still see glimpses of the old bad angry Nole, the one that entertains me the most. But just when he wins. ;)

And even funnier the way he fakily celebrates a point the crowd thinks he has lost but obviously he didn't play it because he knew the ball was out. :superlol:

V4XeHM4QhuQ&feature=player_embedded#at=272

Seingeist
06-25-2011, 10:16 PM
Very poor first 2 sets for Nole. He looked extremely flat.

Then at 2-1 in the third set, he seemed to flip a switch at 0-40, broke Baggy, and it was all back to business as usual from that point on. :yeah:

Nevertheless, his form is not filling me with the confidence that I would prefer. I think he's vulnerable here. Llodra will be extremely tough, and Federer, assuming that they both make the semis, will be almost insurmountable.

I'm doing my best to stay optimistic, though.

Seingeist
06-25-2011, 10:17 PM
Gotta love the way Nole destroys a racket. Even destruction he does to perfection. :lol:


LOVE the signature update :yeah:. Couldn't goodrep you again.

Nole fan
06-25-2011, 10:18 PM
Very poor first 2 sets for Nole. He looked extremely flat.

Then at 2-1 in the third set, he seemed to flip a switch at 0-40, broke Baggy, and it was all back to business as usual from that point on. :yeah:

Nevertheless, his form is not filling me with the confidence that I would prefer. I think he's vulnerable here. Llodra will be extremely tough, and Federer, assuming that they both make the semis, will be almost insurmountable.

I'm doing my best to stay optimistic, though.

There is no glory in winning Wimbledon if you don't suffer for it. ;)

The Pro
06-25-2011, 10:18 PM
And even funnier the way he fakily celebrates a point the crowd thinks he has lost but obviously he didn't play it because he knew the ball was out. :superlol:

V4XeHM4QhuQ&feature=player_embedded#at=272

It was that or they were celebrating his winning a point and he was like 'About time'.

Spiteful attitude either way:rolleyes:

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 10:25 PM
Love the twitchy reactions from MTF.

Nole after match quote:

"I'm not tired physically, I just didn't feel good today," Djokovic said. "My legs weren't working, you have those days. Luckily for me, when I needed to I played well, he made some unforced errors. I was two sets to one up, so even though the fourth set was a struggle I mentally had this advantage because I was a set up."


I assure you this: Llodra will get destroyed.

FEDERERBEAUTY
06-25-2011, 10:29 PM
I was at the match. It was a fantastic atmosphere. I didn't sense the crowd 'hated' Novak at all. It seemed quite goodnatured celebration of Baghdatis to me rather than actually negative about Djokovic. I think the crowd knew he would ultimately win and therefore wanted to pump up the underdog who played with humour and in a good spirit.

Most enjoyable match so far,hugely entertaining for the spectators who fairly acknowledged Djokovic at the end for his victory, imo.

loopback
06-25-2011, 10:31 PM
last few points, crowd getting a little overexcited

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guga2120
06-25-2011, 10:32 PM
The good thing for Nole, is that even though the crowd was reacting like he was playing Murray, it did not seem to hurt his play. In Paris he was clearly affected by all the crazies, so late in the tournament he will stay focused if that happens again. The crowd was not bad like they were in Paris just clearly not for Novak.

Lee
06-25-2011, 10:34 PM
I was at the match. It was a fantastic atmosphere. I didn't sense the crowd 'hated' Novak at all. It seemed quite goodnatured celebration of Baghdatis to me rather than actually negative about Djokovic. I think the crowd knew he would ultimately win and therefore wanted to pump up the underdog who played with humour and in a good spirit.

Most enjoyable match so far,hugely entertaining for the spectators who fairly acknowledged Djokovic at the end for his victory, imo.

You don't think cheering on Djokovic's DF when he was serving for the match as negative?

Capuccino
06-25-2011, 10:36 PM
that novak's fake celebrating in the last game was just hilarious!:haha:

TMJordan
06-25-2011, 10:38 PM
that novak's fake celebrating in the last game was just hilarious!:haha:

Yes let me tell you I laughed hard.

star
06-25-2011, 10:43 PM
You don't think cheering on Djokovic's DF when he was serving for the match as negative?

Or clapping after a first serve fault before the second serve?

Or screaming out loudly as the point was being played?

And, please. The British crowd does not uniformly support the underdog. They cheer vociferously for many an overdog and always have done.

FEDERERBEAUTY
06-25-2011, 10:45 PM
You don't think cheering on Djokovic's DF when he was serving for the match as negative?

I was cheering for Djokovic so found some of the crowd's reaction wrong eg cheering the DF. However, overall, I honestly did not sense any hostility towards Novak. It was more, as I said, cheering on on a smiling, playing to the gallery underdog in the safe knowledge that the big seed would ultimately win.

I've seen nastily partisan crowds and I honestly didn't feel that was the case here. Certainly everyone around me applauded all Djokovic's winners, it's just that they cheered wildly for Baghdatis's winners which made it look unbalanced. Also the cameras and microphones don't pick up all that goes on in a match. There were a lot of funny catcalls which were obviously shouted to entertain the crowd. It was that kind of exciting match with no malicious undertone, imo.

Johnny Groove
06-25-2011, 10:46 PM
Will the British cheer for a French Llodra over Djokovic?

Surely Federer will get like 90% support in the SF.

FEDERERBEAUTY
06-25-2011, 10:46 PM
Or clapping after a first serve fault before the second serve?

Or screaming out loudly as the point was being played?

And, please. The British crowd does not uniformly support the underdog. They cheer vociferously for many an overdog and always have done.

I didn't say Brits uniformly cheer the underdog. They cheered this one because he was fun and smiley and likeable whereas the big star had a hissy fit or two.

Nole fan
06-25-2011, 10:48 PM
It's difficult to gauge the crowd behavior on TV, so i agree with Federerbeauty. People were clearly being entertained by the match and did want to see 5 sets of it. No hostility against Novak, maybe some unruly idiots shouted during errors and doublefaults, but I'm sure they were a minority. The British crowd has always been elegant and knowledgeable.

I think the crowd support swifted when Nole broke the racket. They don't like that kind of behavior on court.

guga2120
06-25-2011, 10:49 PM
Will the British cheer for a French Llodra over Djokovic?

Surely Federer will get like 90% support in the SF.


Novak will routine Llodra, the crowd should not be a factor. With Federer, hopefully it does hurt his play this time. I don't think he will let it again.

ibreak4coffee
06-25-2011, 10:53 PM
A win is a win :yeah:

BTW i can't remember the last time i saw a more annoying and retarded crowd
Glad they sucked it at the end :yeah:

Complete load of s*it

Crowd was fantastic - I was there. Everyone wanted to see more tennis after two straight set matches earlier - great atmosphere. No disrespect to Novak just encouragement for Marcos.

Tennis wasn't bad in spurts, but overall not a classic. Actually of the two men's matches today on centre court, I dont think one guy serve and volleyed at all - sad to see :sad:

Corey Feldman
06-25-2011, 10:56 PM
A win is a win :yeah:

BTW i can't remember the last time i saw a more annoying and retarded crowd
Glad they sucked it at the end :yeah:what is with Nadal and Djokovic fans and spitting hatred at the crowd because they dont support your man :rolleyes: (Novak himself is like this)

sick of hearing this with Nadal fans during Roland Garros and now here we go with prats like you

you dont have a clue what a good crowd is

ibreak4coffee
06-25-2011, 10:57 PM
i disagree with the comment that the crowd is against djokovic, they were merely appauding baghdatis' efforts. a lot of people dont get that the british crowd will generally favour the underdog, plus not many people are aware of djokovic because the majority of the crowd dont really know him very well.

+1

The weather was pretty crappy until mid-afternoon too, and the first two matches on centre court had no suspense. Here was the first competitive match of the day really for ALL men's singles matches, and it was finally nice out. People wanted more tennis. End of story.

TMJordan
06-25-2011, 10:58 PM
I'm sorry but Baghdatis (Fatty) is a much more likable person than Djokovic and thats why the crowd cheered him on. Simple.

TMJordan
06-25-2011, 10:59 PM
A win is a win :yeah:

BTW i can't remember the last time i saw a more annoying and retarded crowd
Glad they sucked it at the end :yeah:

The Djokovic open had a pretty annoying crowd tbh.

Corey Feldman
06-25-2011, 10:59 PM
and well done to those who are noticing the courts starting to slow up after 1 weeks play, get ready to watch some clay tennis next week :yeah:

you will see Nadal smiling his face off on Monday after his win

scarecrows
06-25-2011, 11:00 PM
I'm sorry but Baghdatis (Fatty) is a much more likable person than Djokovic and thats why the crowd cheered him on. Simple.


my gift for you

http://www.animalliberationfront.com/News/AnimalPhotos/Animals_271-280/monkey-dog2.jpg

Nole fan
06-25-2011, 11:00 PM
I'm sorry but Baghdatis (Fatty) is a much more likable person than Djokovic and thats why the crowd cheered him on. Simple.

Jordan behave. :ras:

TMJordan
06-25-2011, 11:01 PM
I already have that in my personal collection but thanks for posting it, always good to see it.

TMJordan
06-25-2011, 11:02 PM
Jordan behave. :ras:

Hey you :aplot:

I hope Llodra wants it on monday. :devil:

BULLZ1LLA
06-25-2011, 11:03 PM
(I think we can safely say Djokovic won't ever sniff a Wimbledon title based on what we've just seen. He just isn't mentally stable in slams, except for in Australia for whatever reason. He's a psychotic loon to say the least)

ibreak4coffee
06-25-2011, 11:04 PM
I should also add that from where I was sitting the vast majority of the good looking women on Centre Court were cheering on Baghdatis. You can guess how this may have affected everything else.

Also before posting crap about the crowd, I'm sure anyone doing that has clearly been to Wimbledon, so you would assume they know that Centre Court tickets are re-sold as the day progresses to let others a chance to see Centre Court tennis after other ticketholders have left. So by 6-7pm, there are a ton of people coming to Centre Court for the first time. Why they would cheer for a routine Novak win after one set all is beyond me.

Nole fan
06-25-2011, 11:07 PM
I should also add that from where I was sitting the vast majority of the good looking women on Centre Court were cheering on Baghdatis. You can guess how this may have affected everything else.

Also before posting crap about the crowd, I'm sure anyone who's been to Wimbledon would know that Centre Court tickets are re-sold as the day progresses to let others a chance to see Centre Court tennis after others have left. So by 6-7pm, there are a ton of people coming to Centre Court for the first time. Why they would cheer for a routine Novak win after one set all is beyond me.

The fact is that today's was a very international crowd. The resale of tickets favoured that many chipriot fans got in to cheer for Baghdatis and we all know how loud and rawdy they are. :p

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 11:09 PM
(I think we can safely say Djokovic won't ever sniff a Wimbledon title based on what we've just seen. He just isn't mentally stable in slams, except for in Australia for whatever reason. He's a psychotic loon to say the least)

Only psychotic player present is the one that constantly picks huge chunks of God knows what from his ass.

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 11:11 PM
I should also add that from where I was sitting the vast majority of the good looking women on Centre Court were cheering on Baghdatis. You can guess how this may have affected everything else.



What? Now I find that very strange. Baghdatis is one of the most disgusting players I've ever seen.

Johnny Groove
06-25-2011, 11:18 PM
and well done to those who are noticing the courts starting to slow up after 1 weeks play, get ready to watch some clay tennis next week :yeah:

you will see Nadal smiling his face off on Monday after his win

Do you ever stop whining like a little bitch?

Corey Feldman
06-25-2011, 11:19 PM
What? Now I find that very strange. Baghdatis is one of the most disgusting players I've ever seen.have this on your face

http://photosex.biz/imager/w_500/h_/d7f19d66b1c01cf9728a22c34fa20ff5.jpg

Do you ever stop whining like a little bitch?do you ever STFU whining about it?

pimp wannabe

TMJordan
06-25-2011, 11:19 PM
What? Now I find that very strange. Baghdatis is one of the most disgusting players I've ever seen.

hey buddy, what was your other account?

hipolymer
06-25-2011, 11:20 PM
hey buddy, what was your other account?

I am the one and only.

straitup
06-25-2011, 11:23 PM
This thread has gone all over the place

Johnny Groove
06-25-2011, 11:25 PM
do you ever STFU whining about it?

pimp wannabe

So much hatred spewed in all directions, at all people.

I know your life must be unhappy, but fuck, dude.

Have a drink, mate.

Corey Feldman
06-25-2011, 11:27 PM
WTF are you crying about? because i'm not a fan of the players you like

f'en idiot, you need the drink :lol:

guga2120
06-25-2011, 11:29 PM
So much hatred spewed in all directions, at all people.

I know your life must be unhappy, but fuck, dude.

Have a drink, mate.

He will be alright once Rafa, loses. He like all fedtards is just scared Rafa is going to embarrass Federer in another final.

RNW
06-25-2011, 11:34 PM
Actually I don't think it was a high quality match.
Both players haven't the depth in the shots, Djokovic made a lot of mistake, and both were not moving perfectly - Djokovics movement is way better on any other surface.

The result of this were a lot of long rallies.
Baghdatis was better than expected but you never thought that he really can turn this match around and play five long sets with so many long rallies.

In the last 20 minutes it was just the atmosphere which made it a so-called very good match, but not the qualitiy.
The errors from Djokovic were applaused like sensationel shot-making points from Baghdatis.

It was like Djokovic of 2010 won against Baghdatis of 2006 and therefore we sad a tight four-setter.

straitup
06-25-2011, 11:37 PM
Actually I don't think it was a high quality match.
Both players haven't the depth in the shots, Djokovic made a lot of mistake, and both were not moving perfectly - Djokovics movement is way better on any other surface.

The result of this were a lot of long rallies.
Baghdatis was better than expected but you never thought that he really can turn this match around and play five long sets with so many long rallies.

In the last 20 minutes it was just the atmosphere which made it a so-called very good match, but not the qualitiy.
The errors from Djokovic were applaused like sensationel shot-making points from Baghdatis.

It was like Djokovic of 2010 won against Baghdatis of 2008 and therefore we sad a tight four-setter.

It was quality...just because points ended in errors doesn't mean it wasn't quality. Baghdatis was sliding 10 feet in every direction, getting absolutely everything back. But otherwise I agree, the rest of the match wasn't great

Arakasi
06-25-2011, 11:37 PM
This was a really fun match. I was there. There was a great atmosphere in the crowd for the last two sets. I was actually surprised at how much support Baghdatis got. By the end I would say 90% of the crowd were cheering for him, me included. It wasn't only because we wanted more tennis; he really won the crowd over.

The crowd weren't actively against Djokovic though. They just preferred Marcos. Some people were cheering double faults etc. which is out of order but I think they just got a little carried away. Everyone got really into it by the end.

What suprised me the most was the lack of Djokovic supporters? Maybe he doesn't have a big fan base in the UK? :shrug:

Saberq
06-25-2011, 11:51 PM
Crowd will support Federer in the semis that's true but also stupid...Why would you cheer for Federer to get destroyed by Nadal in the final in same all same all match...

tnosugar
06-26-2011, 12:15 AM
I also think the crowd was cool. There was a bunch of greeks, so they might have been a little more excited than the neutrals. Compared to Paris, the Wimby crowd is textbook manners. Generally, I can't think of a better crowd for players.

Jaz
06-26-2011, 12:30 AM
This was a really fun match. I was there. There was a great atmosphere in the crowd for the last two sets. I was actually surprised at how much support Baghdatis got. By the end I would say 90% of the crowd were cheering for him, me included. It wasn't only because we wanted more tennis; he really won the crowd over.

The crowd weren't actively against Djokovic though. They just preferred Marcos. Some people were cheering double faults etc. which is out of order but I think they just got a little carried away. Everyone got really into it by the end.

What suprised me the most was the lack of Djokovic supporters? Maybe he doesn't have a big fan base in the UK? :shrug:

Didn't you know? He's a household name in Europe. :rolls: :rolls:

Jaz
06-26-2011, 12:31 AM
Crowd will support Federer in the semis that's true but also stupid...Why would you cheer for Federer to get destroyed by Nadal in the final in same all same all match...

Federer had rarely been destroyed in the UK by Nadal.

Time Violation
06-26-2011, 12:35 AM
What suprised me the most was the lack of Djokovic supporters? Maybe he doesn't have a big fan base in the UK? :shrug:

There are not many Serbians living in the UK, compared to other countries where he has bigger support :)

Silver.
06-26-2011, 12:50 AM
Show a bit of personality and humanity on court + an evening match on centre + re-sold tickets to many Cypriots = loud support ;) the atmosphere was superb. Those saying it was wrong need to lighten up :o

With every match I grow to dislike Nole more and more. His face when the crowd were cheering for Bagdhatis was priceless :haha: and his oh so smug fist pumps make my skin crawl. It's almost impossible to warm to him. I seem to have an aversion to champions and I'm always drawn to underdogs.

Sophocles
06-26-2011, 12:59 AM
He will be alright once Rafa, loses. He like all fedtards is just scared Rafa is going to embarrass Federer in another final.

What exactly is the purpose of your existence?

Oh & by the way: by the end of next year Djokovic will have sent Flukedal crying out of tennis. And the world will rejoice.

On topic: if Djoker plays like this against Federer he will be absolutely slaughtered. He would probably even lose to Nadull. He really needs to step it up.

bobbynorwich
06-26-2011, 01:01 AM
Isn't it about time for Dfaker to retire with a sore throat, ala Monte Carlo?

JeffCandoi
06-26-2011, 01:06 AM
what a stupid this nole.. complaining after all lost points .. he thinks is good enough to win 100% of points :o.. plus said he lost a set because wasnt playing well..AH, f*ck man this is the NORMAL nole

tektonac
06-26-2011, 01:19 AM
What suprised me the most was the lack of Djokovic supporters? Maybe he doesn't have a big fan base in the UK? :shrug:

had he taken british citizenship he would have a huge fan base in uk. thanks god he had not.

tektonac
06-26-2011, 01:31 AM
http://photosex.biz/imager/w_500/h_/d7f19d66b1c01cf9728a22c34fa20ff5.jpg


now i understand why all these good looking chicks were cheering after baggy ;)

Johnny Groove
06-26-2011, 01:49 AM
WTF are you crying about? because i'm not a fan of the players you like

f'en idiot, you need the drink :lol:

Poor guy.

And the abusive bad rep to me? You need a :hug:

He will be alright once Rafa, loses. He like all fedtards is just scared Rafa is going to embarrass Federer in another final.

Pretty much.

What exactly is the purpose of your existence?

Oh & by the way: by the end of next year Djokovic will have sent Flukedal crying out of tennis. And the world will rejoice.

On topic: if Djoker plays like this against Federer he will be absolutely slaughtered. He would probably even lose to Nadull. He really needs to step it up.

Sophocles, have you turned from one of the few intellectual posters here to a hater?

rhinooooo
06-26-2011, 01:56 AM
Fun match, great atmosphere. Quality was patchy. But good to see Baggy is still able to play decent. Hope he can get some form for the hardcourt season. Guy should not be struggling as much as he has this season.

Sophocles
06-26-2011, 02:01 AM
Sophocles, have you turned from one of the few intellectual posters here to a hater?

No, I was just replying to that guga2120 moron in kind.

Although to be honest I maintain a constant (creative) tension between the two.

Certinfy
06-26-2011, 02:03 AM
Saw the first 2 sets and the last 5 points of the match, what a LOLfest.

Nole fan
06-26-2011, 02:56 AM
now i understand why all these good looking chicks were cheering after baggy ;)

I knew the concept was not lost on me. ;)

Orka_n
06-26-2011, 03:00 AM
Only saw last 2 sets, but it was very entertaining stuff.

Mr. Oracle
06-26-2011, 06:18 AM
A couple random thoughts:

1) This crowd of hooligans deserves to be napalmed as much as the FO crowd.
2) Nadal must play pony, birdman, mugray, and fed/djoker in succession to win this. If he does win the tourny, a shrine must be made for this man.

BULLZ1LLA
06-26-2011, 06:49 AM
A couple random thoughts:

1) This crowd of hooligans deserves to be napalmed as much as the FO crowd.
2) Nadal must play pony, birdman, mugray, and fed/djoker in succession to win this. If he does win the tourny, a shrine must be made for this man.

(It is easy money to put US$1000 on Rafa to win this Wimbledon. The odds are he won't even drop a set, his form is greater than June 2008. So why don't you oracle put $US1000 on Rafa losing Wimbledon, transfer paypal funds to BULLZ1LLA@yahoo.com within 24 hours of Men's Finals Day)

SERBINATOR
06-26-2011, 06:58 AM
Sad to see Crowd cheering against NOLE :(
but Loved the match very entertaining..

Mr. Oracle
06-26-2011, 07:01 AM
(It is easy money to put US$1000 on Rafa to win this Wimbledon. The odds are he won't even drop a set, his form is greater than June 2008. So why don't you oracle put $US1000 on Rafa losing Wimbledon, transfer paypal funds to BULLZ1LLA@yahoo.com within 24 hours of Men's Finals Day)

i'm a rafa fan but disagree with everything you said, but if you were joking, i laughed as intended, you sound like muzzatard: "godlike, invincible etc."

BULLZ1LLA
06-26-2011, 07:07 AM
i'm a rafa fan but disagree with everything you said, but if you were joking, i laughed as intended, you sound like muzzatard: "godlike, invincible etc."

(Good, the bet is on, thanks for that)

hipolymer
06-26-2011, 07:10 AM
now i understand why all these good looking chicks were cheering after baggy ;)

yes, I see it now. His nose is a giant knob.

jeremda01
06-26-2011, 07:13 AM
No, they hate Djokovic because:

1. He's a smug, arrogant twit.
2. Baghdatis was more fun and Djokovic wasn't.
3. Djokovic looked offended whenever they cheered his errors.
4. Why should they like him anyway?

:confused::o

jeremda01
06-26-2011, 07:18 AM
the crowd rooting against djokovic is only going to make him smash though the couple of matches, nole should thanks them for that.

Mr. Oracle
06-26-2011, 07:27 AM
djoker better peak into the form of his life if he stands a chance against the tag-team effort of Fed+the fanboy crowd.

djoker needs to tune out the crowd like a wrestler with a hostile crowd. sure it feels like you're in a lion's den but he must get used to the fact that he will never be a crowd favourite.

embrace the dark side and tell the crowd off like you did at the USO when you dismantled crowd favourite duck. do all this in an animated style: chest thumping, gnashing of teeth, crazy looks, looking to the heavens like you are a prophet in communion with the almighty.

if they've misintrepreted these subtle gestures, grab the mic like you did at USO and give them a piece of your mind--kick some ass--just then the crowd may learn to like you as you are true to yourself.

MrChopin
06-26-2011, 07:39 AM
djoker needs to tune out the crowd like a wrestler with a hostile crowd. sure it feels like you're in a lion's den but he must get used to the fact that he will never be a crowd favourite.

embrace the dark side and tell the crowd off like you did at the USO when you dismantled crowd favourite duck. do all this in an animated style: chest thumping, gnashing of teeth, crazy looks, looking to the heavens like you are a prophet in communion with the almighty.

if they've misintrepreted these subtle gestures, grab the mic like you did at USO and give them a piece of your mind--kick some ass--just then the crowd may learn to like you as you are true to yourself.

Don't forget 25+ bounces during break points, spitting at crowd, swearing at crowd, yelling to your family in your box while they wear shirts with your face on it, taunting the audience with the "told you so" head-bob, the shrugged shoulders with questioning look to the skies when a last minute stab didn't go in for a winner, all followed by the **** hug at the end.

BULLZ1LLA
06-26-2011, 07:41 AM
(LOL, I don't think Djokovic will want a repeat of the 2010 US Open, since he had to rely on Federer losing 5 matchpoints. Needs to play a lot better than that to be assured of a win over Federer here)

tennis2tennis
06-26-2011, 07:47 AM
A couple random thoughts:

1) This crowd of hooligans deserves to be napalmed as much as the FO crowd.


they don't boo challenges even before hawkeye, they're usually quite between points..there's nothing wrong with their behaviour ...they only started to cheer for marcos in unionson after he lost the third set because they wanted it to go the distance......and the most ardent nole fan has to admit his antics didn't help either he bounced the ball over 25 times during one serve and started celebrating Marcos unforced errors.....not exactly the best way to get the crowd behind you!

guga2120
06-26-2011, 07:48 AM
djoker better peak into the form of his life if he stands a chance against the tag-team effort of Fed+the fanboy crowd.

djoker needs to tune out the crowd like a wrestler with a hostile crowd. sure it feels like you're in a lion's den but he must get used to the fact that he will never be a crowd favourite.

embrace the dark side and tell the crowd off like you did at the USO when you dismantled crowd favourite duck. do all this in an animated style: chest thumping, gnashing of teeth, crazy looks, looking to the heavens like you are a prophet in communion with the almighty.

if they've misintrepreted these subtle gestures, grab the mic like you did at USO and give them a piece of your mind--kick some ass--just then the crowd may learn to like you as you are true to yourself.
I think that Roddick incident with the crowd affected him in the sf, he was scared to do anything to come close to let them have an excuse to get on him.

Nole was complety undone in Paris by the crowd, even if he comes up against Murray there is no way an English crowd will be like that. He needs to be like Rafa, and just focus harder and win. I don't think he will let what happend in Paris happen to him here, maybe in a tight match with Murray, but thats it.

BULLZ1LLA
06-26-2011, 07:51 AM
(Nothing to do with the crowd, he's just not a slam player. For whatever reason he's been able to win the Australian Open, even as far back as 2008, but he's never been a slam player)

hipolymer
06-26-2011, 07:54 AM
(Nothing to do with the crowd, he's just not a slam player. For whatever reason he's been able to win the Australian Open, even as far back as 2008, but he's never been a slam player)

:spit:

Winning two slams doesn't make you a slam player? What the heck is anyone other than Rafa or Roger then?

BULLZ1LLA
06-26-2011, 07:59 AM
:spit:

Winning two slams doesn't make you a slam player? What the heck is anyone other than Rafa or Roger then?

(I just don't see it happening, looks like a headcase to say the least)

diurpaneus
06-26-2011, 08:13 AM
(Nothing to do with the crowd, he's just not a slam player. For whatever reason he's been able to win the Australian Open, even as far back as 2008, but he's never been a slam player)

(Nadal was never a slam player until 2008, for whatever reason he was winning only RG(only started being a slam player after Federer had mono))

scarecrows
06-26-2011, 08:43 AM
{absolutely}

SERBINATOR
06-26-2011, 09:01 AM
(Nothing to do with the crowd, he's just not a slam player. For whatever reason he's been able to win the Australian Open, even as far back as 2008, but he's never been a slam player)

:rolleyes:

Rafarts are going crazy just like their Idol

SERBINATOR
06-26-2011, 09:03 AM
(Rafa won 2010 US open only because Nole was Tired, a healthy Nole = 2011 pounding)

Arkulari
06-26-2011, 09:13 AM
(I just don't see it happening, looks like a headcase to say the least)

(Nadal was never a slam player until 2008, for whatever reason he was winning only RG(only started being a slam player after Federer had mono))

For both of you:

http://i.imgur.com/Dfk3B.gif

ossie
06-26-2011, 09:32 AM
A couple random thoughts:

1) This crowd of hooligans deserves to be napalmed as much as the FO crowd.
2) Nadal must play pony, birdman, mugray, and fed/djoker in succession to win this. If he does win the tourny, a shrine must be made for this man.only one player on that list is not his pigeon. rafa-delpo is the true final of this tournament i tell you.

Start da Game
06-26-2011, 09:46 AM
leave djokovic alone, this is just not his tournament, the end is near.......as you can see he is mentally fatigued.......struggled to maintain his focus for 3 sets against a washed up baghdatis.......

Leopold Stotch
06-26-2011, 10:14 AM
The British crowd has always been elegant and knowledgeable.
Cheering double faults. Yes, very classy and sophisticated.

careergrandslam
06-26-2011, 10:46 AM
good to see the old djokovic coming back, u know the mentally fragile and moody one.

saw glimpses of it during the semi at RG.

seems his bubble of super confidence has popped.
back to reality.

still a good player though.

baghdatis was very defensive when he had chances.

helvet empire
06-26-2011, 11:33 AM
LOL even the usually quiet wimbledon public can't stand nole and sure as hell make him know it!:worship::worship::worship:

BORO77
06-26-2011, 11:43 AM
Starting to fade Nole. 100$ on Llodra, if he wins 200$ on Malisse, if he manages to beat him too then 1000$ on Fed:)) Free money guys$$

Nole fan
06-26-2011, 11:51 AM
Don't forget 25+ bounces during break points, spitting at crowd, swearing at crowd, yelling to your family in your box while they wear shirts with your face on it, taunting the audience with the "told you so" head-bob, the shrugged shoulders with questioning look to the skies when a last minute stab didn't go in for a winner, all followed by the **** hug at the end.

Oh but that's why we love Djokovic. You haters still don't understand. :lol:

MIMIC
06-26-2011, 11:53 AM
WTF is a "**** hug"? :lol:

velikikomsa@gmai
06-26-2011, 11:58 AM
what a stupid this nole.. complaining after all lost points .. he thinks is good enough to win 100% of points :o.. plus said he lost a set because wasnt playing well..AH, f*ck man this is the NORMAL nole

What is strange in talking that you didn't play well when you lost the set.
Nadal and Federer are doing it every time, even when they just lose a serve, not to mention when they lose whole set.

Super Djoker
06-26-2011, 12:04 PM
No he isent playing great, but it,s only round 3! I still think he looks tired!

velikikomsa@gmai
06-26-2011, 12:11 PM
LOL even the usually quiet wimbledon public can't stand nole and sure as hell make him know it!:worship::worship::worship:

Just noticed many French flags here talking against Novak.
It looks they still remember DC final.

AndyUK
06-26-2011, 12:12 PM
Fun match with a lot of great rallies and a good crowd. Djokovic wasn't at his best by any means but still managed to get through.

Dougie
06-26-2011, 12:15 PM
Djokovic looked pretty annoyed out there. Obviously it was partly because Baghdatis was running down pretty much every shot he played, and the crowd was getting more and more behind Baggy, who in turn was all smiles and tricks. The crowd just loved him.

But it was still weird to see Djokovic in such a bad mood, maybe he is a little tired, or maybe his confidence is slightly rattled, but he sure doesn´t seem like that invincible player who was sweeping every tournament before RG. Some of the shots he played were pure brain farts, just smashing the ball as hard as he could, not really caring. I bet Federer and Nadal were pretty pleased to watching it.

Getta
06-26-2011, 12:44 PM
good thing he made sure he can do better next time.

helvet empire
06-26-2011, 01:38 PM
Just noticed many French flags here talking against Novak.
It looks they still remember DC final.

totally unrelated as far as I am concerned. I don't even hate him, I just don't like him very much, and this has been the case since I first saw him.

peribsen
06-26-2011, 01:44 PM
Baghdatis :sad:

But this means it's more likely we get to see the final we missed at RG :devil:

helvet empire
06-26-2011, 01:46 PM
Baghdatis :sad:

But this means it's more likely we get to see the final we missed at RG :devil:

Federer/Murray will be great indeed:worship::worship:

Arakasi
06-26-2011, 02:21 PM
Nole was complety undone in Paris by the crowd

What exactly did the crowd do that was so important? Are they not allowed to favour Federer? You act like they attacked him on court.

asmaridis
06-26-2011, 02:23 PM
Missed the match and will probably be missing the remainder of Wimbledon :( As for Nole looking tired, I didn't watch the match but he did look slightly lazy in the first two rounds. I watched the last game against Baghdatis. It was hilarious! Baghdatis looked pretty fit and even in the 4th set seemed to be returning just about ANY ball. Best of luck Nole, I'll be following your matches up till the very end!

tennizen
06-26-2011, 02:28 PM
I was surprised when everyone was praising Nole after the Anderson match. Even there, he didn't look really that good. He's not in top form in the first week but that could be due to the fact of not playing the warm-up on grass.

peribsen
06-26-2011, 02:42 PM
Federer/Murray will be great indeed:worship::worship:

But it will be a very difficult situation for me! What would I prefer, Fed reaching Sampras on grass and taking it to 17 (as he deserves), or Murray silencing his critics and raising the Scottish saltire over SW19?

I'd love both results... so I'll settle for Rafa taking his 3rd Wimby, just to avoid having to make such a difficult choice!

velikikomsa@gmai
06-26-2011, 02:44 PM
totally unrelated as far as I am concerned. I don't even hate him, I just don't like him very much, and this has been the case since I first saw him.

ofcourse

Corey Feldman
06-26-2011, 04:38 PM
1) This crowd of hooligans deserves to be napalmed as much as the FO crowd.


the crowd rooting against djokovic is only going to make him smash though the couple of matches, nole should thanks them for that.

congrats again these Djoke fans who dont have a clue about what crowds want to see

same narrow minded views as Djokovic "the crowd must Love me!"

:lol:

taunting the audience with the "told you so" head-bob:rolls:

on that last game when Baggy just missed the line and all the crowd didnt hear the out call, he was bobbing the head

Corey Feldman
06-26-2011, 04:39 PM
crowd yesterday

french open against Federer

whole of New York hated Nole after Roddick match in 2008

why is Nole so unpopular everywhere :confused: and will Roger cash in for the Third time ??

MagicMilan
06-26-2011, 05:00 PM
why is Nole so unpopular everywhere :confused:
I guess you're not doing much better :D

Ultravox
06-26-2011, 05:59 PM
why is Nole so unpopular everywhere :confused:

The sympathies of the audience has really bad and really big influence on him.Only 44-1 in W-L this year.:devil:
PS You write nonsense like usual.Novak was popular big time in I.Walles, A.O , Doha, Rome... No problem with audience at all.
But you are one nasty little troll that likes to spit around...

Britain's no.2
06-26-2011, 06:06 PM
well whatever the crowd, at least nole still has his creepily clingy family to wear his addidas tops, thumping their chests emphatically and bellowing gruff serbian cheers of how "the king is dead" and "down with the swiss"

Greatness
06-26-2011, 06:18 PM
Not playing your best, the crowd against you, your opponent playing better than he usually does - none of
that matters if you win the match.

Novak moving on. :)

helvet empire
06-26-2011, 08:10 PM
ofcourse

OK, some random guy on the internet doesn't believe me. I am so sad.

Nole fan
06-26-2011, 10:42 PM
Obviously some MTF posters are full of... :rolleyes:

Here from the BBC as it happened:

Djokovic 6-4 4-6 6-3 5-3 *Baghdatis
It sounds as if the crowd are chanting "Novak! Novak! Novak!" he whips them into a frenzy with a stunning overhead volley which leaves Baghdatis chasing shadows from the middle of the court. Djokovic sends down a 122mph serve for 40-0, but Baghdatis shows some silky skills with a whipped forehand down the line. A brief moment in the sun for the Cypriot, though, as Djokovic has the game in the pocket of his baggy white shorts with another rasping serve.

*Djokovic 6-4 4-6 6-3 5-4 Baghdatis
Baghdatis is on Centre Court and playing in the most venerable tennis tournament on the planet and he needs to hold serve to stay in the match. A 15th forehand winner of the match moves him to within a point of doing so and an audacious 124mph serve forces Novak to serve for the match. Nerves to steel from M-Bag. The crowd are going ba-na-nas.

Djokovic 6-4 4-6 6-3 6-4 *Baghdatis
Blimey, a double fault from Djovak - the second serve a mere 78mph - nudges Baghdatis to 0-15. Is Novak showing some nerves? The Serb celebrates a classy forehand winner by flexing his right bicep. A few females on Centre Court are happy with that celebration. Cheeky. I'm sensing the crowd want this one to go to a fifth set and they're waving their hands in the air in support of the underdog, but Novak has match point which he bungles. The crowd are on their feet - it's like a pantomime here after that brilliant rally is ended with a tame Novak forehand into the middle of the net. More raucous cheers as M-Bag saves match point and then has two break points!. Novak making errors, but danger is averted thanks to the help of a successful challenge. What. A. Game. Novak fans watching through the lattice of their fingers... M-Bag fans watching through the lattice of their fingers... Blimey, match point for Novak, which he finally clinches when Baghdatis sends forehand beyond the baseline. A warror-like roar from Novak. Standing ovation for both players. Sensational scenes.

I can think of worse ways of spending a Saturday night. Deafening whistles and hollers around Centre Court as the players leave their stage after a breathtaking encounter. Novak somehow has enough energy after that encounter to tell BBC Sport: "To pull off a win out of this match is great. I have to be happy with the way I played. He plays great on grass, his game is suited to quick surfaces and he has played very well here over years. The atmosphere was amazing, it was hard to concentrate, but it was a pleasure to be part of such an amazing match. I wasn't playing on the top of my level today but you have to take positives. I'm into fourth round, I beat a very good player and now I'll get ready for next week."

pederer
06-27-2011, 01:47 AM
If the crowd has a problem with Nole's frustration after a few points and are willing to go completely against him for this sole reason, why are they then oblivious with the brat murray's ubiquitous cursing to the point that it becomes normal:confused:. If Nole screamed like murray after a point: "F*ck!! Motherf*cking St*pid C*nt!!" he would be banned from wimbledon indefinitely according to some Gentlement's code of honour and you would never hear the end of it from the british commentators.

NikolaBGD
06-27-2011, 01:50 AM
Can't believe the drivel in this thread about the crowd. Some people really need to grow up. Or else have a long cool glass of arsenic. Just because their joke banana-republic shithole countries would never be able to host a top-class sporting event....

:rolleyes:

Hate speech, I am sorry that your country cant produce GS champion like Fed said xyz numbers of years, frustation is big, and underestimate of smaller countries are patetic...

No big deal about a crowd, they support big champions like Fed, Nadal and home favorite Murray. I've said that chanting on DF was disgusting and rude...life is go on, Novak keep on the right course, no problem at all:cool:

Sophocles
06-27-2011, 01:51 AM
But the crowd DIDN'T have a problem with Djokovic. They just wanted more tennis & Bagdhatis is an obvious crowd favourite. Why is that so hard to understand?

Sophocles
06-27-2011, 01:55 AM
:rolleyes:

Hate speech, I am sorry that your country cant produce GS champion like Fed said xyz numbers of years, frustation is big, and underestimate of smaller countries are patetic...

No big deal about a crowd, they support big champions like Fed, Nadal and home favorite Murray. I've said that chanting on DF was disgusting and rude...life is go on, Novak keep on the right course, no problem at all:cool:

I'm half-Swiss so it's not a problem for me.

I wasn't getting at you, just a small number of people on this thread who have been rude about my countrymen for no good reason. I like Djokovic and if I really thought the crowd was being unreasonable towards him, I would say so. I don't "hate" the countries in question but if people from them want to attack my country, I'll attack theirs. It's that simple.

Sophocles
06-27-2011, 02:15 AM
Mate, you put some political BS on this forum and I just replies on it, but this is not a place to talk about that.

Poison atmosphere starts with your countryman Cabbage who always offend Novak and his fans.

No problem that Novak is not in love with british media who never give him a credit for what he's done, always put Murray on the headlines...that's how things work, I have a problem with forum mugs who buy that Novak "isn't that good", "not that talented", disrespect toward him because he is from small country, "banana country" for you... lame.:o

As I say, I have nothing against Djokovic at all - I like & admire him as a player, & if you read the British media you'll find that the small part of it that is clued up about tennis gives him plenty of credit for what he's done this year. I don't care what country he's from - Switzerland is a "small country" after all. I apologise for the "banana republic" comment. It wasn't the right way to fight back.

Nole fan
06-27-2011, 11:17 AM
But the crowd DIDN'T have a problem with Djokovic. They just wanted more tennis & Bagdhatis is an obvious crowd favourite. Why is that so hard to understand?

I agree with you Sophocles. I don't know what's all the fuss.

Getta
06-27-2011, 12:04 PM
Obviously some MTF posters are full of... :rolleyes:

Here from the BBC as it happened:

you'd ask people who were there to describe what they witnessed inside the stadium. i did that and it worked wonders.

I'm half-Swiss.

and that makes perfect sense to me.

careergrandslam
06-27-2011, 01:06 PM
djokovic is not liked that much.

he just comes across as arrogant when he does chest thumps and nodding his head and his fist pump is more 'in ur face' than a nadal fist pump which is a fist pump to himself.

janko05
06-27-2011, 01:12 PM
djokovic is not liked that much.

he just comes across as arrogant when he does chest thumps and nodding his head and his fist pump is more 'in ur face' than a nadal fist pump which is a fist pump to himself.

Yeah,right:rolleyes: