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Federer will become the World No. 2 if he wins Madrid.

Serve&Volley01
05-10-2012, 09:32 PM
If this happens (he has to get through Djokovic first) if Rafa wins Rome does he get it back?

If Roger stays No. 2 and gets Murray in his half at Roland Garros and Djokovic and Rafa get placed together, what does this mean for Tennis? :confused:

Thoughts :wavey:

viruzzz
05-10-2012, 09:34 PM
2 things:

- Don't talk about "ifs..." because we don't know what's gonna happen. Nadal lost to Verdasco, Federer can lost to Ferrer.

- We talked this topic so many times...

Fireballer
05-10-2012, 09:34 PM
why is everyone so fucking sure Djoker and Rafa would get placed in the same half?and it means shit because Djoker wont beat Nadal at RG

Mark Lenders
05-10-2012, 09:36 PM
Hope it doesn't happen. Would be weird to see a guy who made each of the last 4 Slam finals and won one not being in the top 2. Regardless of rankings, I think few would dispute that Rafa is the second best player at the moment.

Still, I guess Federer would deserve the reward for his great indoor season and post-Australian Open season this year.

mystic ice cube
05-10-2012, 09:43 PM
If the last few slams has thought us (apart from a couple?) it goes #1 in the draw with #3, & #2 in the draw with #4. It would be interesting, but Rafa would still be the favourite going into the tournament.

asmazif
05-10-2012, 09:45 PM
Was wondering this, wow, could definitely happen.

Serve&Volley01
05-10-2012, 09:45 PM
Does Murray have a chance against Fed on clay?

Honestly a Djokovic-Federer final would be the biggest upset in grand slam finals ever. If Nadal beats Djokovic he will cruise easily against Federer to another title. He also deserves to win if he defeats the joker on clay.

LastRocket
05-10-2012, 09:46 PM
Does Murray have a chance against Fed on clay?

Honestly a Djokovic-Federer final would be the biggest upset in grand slam finals ever. If Nadal beats Djokovic he will cruise easily against Federer to another title. He also deserves to win if he defeats the joker on clay.

No
Murray is a nobody on clay
Clay titles/finals 0
I understand why Pushray skipped Madrid, the courts are too fast for him.

Mark Lenders
05-10-2012, 09:48 PM
Does Murray have a chance against Fed on clay?

Honestly a Djokovic-Federer final would be the biggest upset in grand slam finals ever. If Nadal beats Djokovic he will cruise easily against Federer to another title. He also deserves to win if he defeats the joker on clay.

Sure, two of the three best players in the world facing off in a Slam final would be the biggest upset ever :rolleyes:

As for the first question, chances are Murray might not even make it to Federer. And no guarantee either that Federer will make it to semis. He's no longer at the stage of his career where he was almost a lock to make semis. But in an eventual match-up, Federer would be clear favorite, just like in every Slam, but even more so at Roland Garros.

Ash86
05-10-2012, 09:56 PM
All that really matters is what happens after Rome. Fed's not got an easy route to win here - Ferrer, then potentially Djokovic and then DelPo/Berdych. He has to win and then also do well enough so Nadal doesn't overtake in Rome...

Would be stupid since Nadal's definitely much more a no.2 - so what if he tanked in Asia and at the end of the season - he gave us epic battles in New York and Melbourne and has been a contender for the slams and big titles more than Fed. Guess it's good for Fed for winning Rotterdam, Basel etc. but not a big deal. Fed still has a 50% chance of being in Rafa's half - only good thing for him is he avoids Novak but on clay it's better for him to get Novak than Rafa anyway...

MIMIC
05-10-2012, 09:59 PM
If this happens (he has to get through Djokovic first) if Rafa wins Rome does he get it back?

If Roger stays No. 2 and gets Murray in his half at Roland Garros and Djokovic and Rafa get placed together, what does this mean for Tennis? :confused:

Thoughts :wavey:

Hopefully he'll lose a lot earlier like he should have during his fluke 2009 run.

For someone who is supposedly the GOAT, his fans sure are desperate.

70-68
05-10-2012, 10:05 PM
If this happens (he has to get through Djokovic first) if Rafa wins Rome does he get it back?

If Roger stays No. 2 and gets Murray in his half at Roland Garros and Djokovic and Rafa get placed together, what does this mean for Tennis? :confused:

Thoughts :wavey:

If Nadal wins Rome, Federer needs to win Madrid and final in Rome to get the no.2 ranking before RG.


tennis would win anyways

Nole fan
05-10-2012, 10:07 PM
He wouldn't deserve it.

shanks
05-10-2012, 10:10 PM
He wouldn't deserve it.

Why not??:confused: Ranking are rankings, not perceptions or assumptions. Cold hard facts.

Corey Feldman
05-10-2012, 10:11 PM
get the hell in there Fed, title is in the bag here now (danger is the only other clay expert left - Ferru)

time for some NoleDal GS semi final matches

janko05
05-10-2012, 10:17 PM
Does Murray have a chance against Fed on clay?

Honestly a Djokovic-Federer final would be the biggest upset in grand slam finals ever. If Nadal beats Djokovic he will cruise easily against Federer to another title. He also deserves to win if he defeats the joker on clay.

If Djok and Fed somehow meet in 2012 RG Final it would be an apsolute cracker!

Mark Lenders
05-10-2012, 10:18 PM
He wouldn't deserve it.

He would. Even if perhaps flawed, rankings are objective; the same point system applies to everyone, so we can't really say any ranking is undeserved.

It'd not make him the second best player in the world. Everyone who's been watching tennis knows that Djokovic and Nadal are clearly the two best players in the world at the moment, you just have to look at the last three Grand Slam finals if there are any doubts.

Arkulari
05-10-2012, 10:20 PM
He wouldn't deserve it.

Trollencia :p ;)

Topspindoctor
05-10-2012, 10:51 PM
Vulturer at #2 :facepalm:

Hogging pts from ATP challenger events like Dubai and Rotterdam is paying off, I see. He should change his name to Radwanska.

reery
05-11-2012, 12:09 AM
This year:

Federer will win RG and Wimbledon.

Murray will win USO.

PiggyGotRoasted
05-11-2012, 12:26 AM
Doesnt make a difference, if nadal gets to number 3 then he will be on feds side regardless probably

viruzzz
05-11-2012, 12:30 AM
This year:

Federer will win RG and Wimbledon.

Murray will win USO.

Dude, i'm one of the biggest FedFans ever, and I will be jumping of joy.
But... Really? Do you really think it could happen?

Vulturer at #2 :facepalm:

Hogging pts from ATP challenger events like Dubai and Rotterdam is paying off, I see. He should change his name to Radwanska.

You could do better than that, doc!
Show the world you're a mistress and not a slutty bitchy.

castle007
05-11-2012, 12:31 AM
Federer doesn't really care about the number 2 ranking. He is aiming for the number 1 ranking, so getting to number 2 would be a step forward, nothing more.

HKz
05-11-2012, 12:46 AM
Vulturer at #2 :facepalm:

Hogging pts from ATP challenger events like Dubai and Rotterdam is paying off, I see. He should change his name to Radwanska.

Yeah and Nadal has been racking up slam titles since 2010 US Open right? I'm sure Nadal's titles since then have been more stellar than Federer's collection of titles.

Mjau!
05-11-2012, 01:20 AM
Does Murray have a chance against Fed on clay?

Honestly a Djokovic-Federer final would be the biggest upset in grand slam finals ever. If Nadal beats Djokovic he will cruise easily against Federer to another title. He also deserves to win if he defeats the joker on clay.

Yes, Djokovic beating Nadal on clay would be a HUGE upset at this stage... and nevermind Roger beating anyone but Rafa or Nole to reach an RG final. :eek: Massive upset indeed. :rolleyes:

Mjau!
05-11-2012, 01:26 AM
He wouldn't deserve it.

You don't deserve to be number 2 if you only win on clay. :no:

rickcastle
05-11-2012, 01:32 AM
Would be stupid since Nadal's definitely much more a no.2 - so what if he tanked in Asia and at the end of the season - he gave us epic battles in New York and Melbourne and has been a contender for the slams and big titles more than Fed. Guess it's good for Fed for winning Rotterdam, Basel etc. but not a big deal. Fed still has a 50% chance of being in Rafa's half - only good thing for him is he avoids Novak but on clay it's better for him to get Novak than Rafa anyway...

LOL. Serena Williams? Is that you? Slams and the so called "big tournaments" are not the only things that matter. Whoever gets the most points between the two is the much worthier no. 2, end of story :rolleyes:

Pirata.
05-11-2012, 02:00 AM
Hopefully he'll lose a lot earlier like he should have during his fluke 2009 run.

For someone who is supposedly the GOAT, his fans sure are desperate.

:baby:

Vulturer at #2 :facepalm:

Hogging pts from ATP challenger events like Dubai and Rotterdam is paying off, I see. He should change his name to Radwanska.

Yep, snatching up titles at ATP challenger events like Paris-Bercy and WTF and avoiding the stacked fields at such prestigious events as Barcelona Clay Futures 500.

156mphserve
05-11-2012, 02:24 AM
Vulturer at #2 :facepalm:

Hogging pts from ATP challenger events like Dubai and Rotterdam is paying off, I see. He should change his name to Radwanska.

players have 6 spots in the rankings for 500/250 events or 5 spots in they're counting Monte carlo so why not use them?:confused:

tripwires
05-11-2012, 02:26 AM
Yep, snatching up titles at ATP challenger events like Paris-Bercy and WTF and avoiding the stacked fields at such prestigious events as Barcelona Clay Futures 500.

:haha:

Would be great to see Rogi get to #2. :hearts:

paseo
05-11-2012, 02:51 AM
That's a mighty big...

http://www.jimloy.com/humor/if.gif

juan27
05-11-2012, 03:19 AM
Vulturer at #2 :facepalm:

Hogging pts from ATP challenger events like Dubai and Rotterdam is paying off, I see. He should change his name to Radwanska.

nadal challenger events like godo or montecarlo not count????

federer won a real masters1000 this season , nadal only the joke of montecarlo and godo.

rocketassist
05-11-2012, 03:32 AM
Djokovic-Nadal grand slam semis are wonderful for tennis. I'm sick of them ending up in every GS final.

Looner
05-11-2012, 03:56 AM
That's the difference between someone winning titles for the past 6 months and someone who keeps losing finals. The new ATP rankings from 2009 reward winners. Nadal hasn't won much outside MC and Barcelona in the past 12 months.

duchuy89
05-11-2012, 06:16 AM
No, Nadal will return!

MIMIC
05-11-2012, 08:46 AM
I eagerly await the Rome scenarios :lol:

GSMnadal
05-11-2012, 09:24 AM
Federer could be the Nr. 1 seed and Nadal could be unseeded, Fed still wouldn't get within a million miles of lifting that trophy again

Tennis-Life
05-11-2012, 09:26 AM
Federer could be the Nr. 1 seed and Nadal could be unseeded, Fed still wouldn't get within a million miles of lifting that trophy again

Watch RG-2009 again you little hater :sport:

http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_llyo38NSnH1qksc64o1_500.jpg

reery
05-11-2012, 12:04 PM
Originally Posted by reery
This year:

Federer will win RG and Wimbledon.

Murray will win USO.


Dude, i'm one of the biggest FedFans ever, and I will be jumping of joy.
But... Really? Do you really think it could happen?



Yup.:yeah:

That's the difference between someone winning titles for the past 6 months and someone who keeps losing finals. The new ATP rankings from 2009 reward winners. Nadal hasn't won much outside MC and Barcelona in the past 12 months.

You don't deserve to be number 2 if you only win on clay. :no:



This.

Fireballer
05-11-2012, 12:16 PM
reery is a deluded Fedtard.LOL Fed winning two Slams this year.Do we really need to go over this shit every fucking time?Really?Are you all that stupid?Guess you are.Roger is done winning Slams.Period.

Corey Feldman
05-11-2012, 12:16 PM
if Fed or Muzza wins Wimbledon this year, i will die a happy man on the spot

Filo V.
05-11-2012, 12:21 PM
Hopefully he gets to #1 to break Pete's record!

munZe konZa
05-11-2012, 12:31 PM
Hopefully he gets to #1 to break Pete's record!


Definitelly not.
Federer has never beaten Djokovic/Nadal in the same tournament. He has never beaten a defending champion to win a slam.

rocketassist
05-11-2012, 12:33 PM
Definitelly not.
Federer has never beaten Djokovic/Nadal in the same tournament. He has never beaten a defending champion to win a slam.

WTF 2010? :lol:

Jamoz
05-11-2012, 12:33 PM
reery is a deluded Fedtard.LOL Fed winning two Slams this year.Do we really need to go over this shit every fucking time?Really?Are you all that stupid?Guess you are.Roger is done winning Slams.Period.

How do you know he is done? I have no idea myself who is done and who is not(no crystal ball)

EliSter
05-11-2012, 12:40 PM
WTF 2010? :lol:

Never in slams Fedtard :stupid:

Slice Winner
05-11-2012, 12:53 PM
Definitelly not.
He has never beaten a defending champion to win a slam.

Most times Fed has won a slam, he was the defending champion.

Nole fan
05-11-2012, 12:57 PM
See Fed go down against Ferrer and all the Fedtards proclaiming he's done for good. :haha:

Slice Winner
05-11-2012, 12:59 PM
See Fed go down against Ferrer and all the Fedtards proclaiming he's done for good. :haha:

Nah, it'll be a strategic tank for Rome, his favourite tourny ;)

Pirata.
05-11-2012, 01:00 PM
Definitelly not.
Federer has never beaten Djokovic/Nadal in the same tournament. He has never beaten a defending champion to win a slam.

Kind of hard to defeat the defending champion of a slam when for a few years, Fed was the defending champ at most of the slams :lol:

Chase Visa
05-11-2012, 01:00 PM
What makes people think lighting will strike twice in this tournament, particularly given the conditions?

Hian-GOAT
05-11-2012, 01:08 PM
Let's hope. Nadal needs to get out of Top 10.

tennisphilia
05-11-2012, 01:17 PM
It's the IF game. And really, don't we want tennis for the unpredictability of it?
So, if Roger becomes #2, Djokovic and Nadal may end up playing in the semis.
Who is it to say that Roger will reach the final or the semifinal for that matter?
It may well be a NADAL - VERDASCO final at the French.
In tennis, anything can happen.

Fujee
05-11-2012, 01:27 PM
It's the IF game. And really, don't we want tennis for the unpredictability of it?
So, if Roger becomes #2, Djokovic and Nadal may end up playing in the semis.
Who is it to say that Roger will reach the final or the semifinal for that matter?
It may well be a NADAL - VERDASCO final at the French.
In tennis, anything can happen.

Wow, you've shone light on absolutely nothing there.

GOAT = Fed
05-11-2012, 04:31 PM
Getting to no.2 won't do much for Federer in my opinion. I'd rather Federer face Djokovic in the semis than Nadal; if he gets to no.2 this is out of the equation, however instead he has the possibility of facing Murray; a player who has the weapons to upset Federer (and has in the past).

Will not make much of a difference in my opinion, but one thing it does do is give Federer a shot at getting to no.1.

Mountaindewslave
05-11-2012, 04:45 PM
you are supposed to be Novak's fan, right?? :scratch:

he's just being honest, healthy Nadal at Roland Garros is unbeatable. 5 sets Djokovic struggled against Nadal in Australia, it would be bizarre if he preformed better against Nadal potentially through 5 sets at Roland Garros....

do recall, Nadal is much more confident and comfortable at Roland Garros than Madrid given Madrid changed surfaces multiple times over the past few years (hard/clay) and his history at Roland Garros. Djokovic has yet to make Roland Garros final, etc etc

Sapeod
05-11-2012, 07:20 PM
Come on, Roger. Take the #2 spot from that piglet and then take your rightful place at #1. It's been a hideous year and a bit with Djokovic at #1, we need you back.

GOAT = Fed
05-11-2012, 07:23 PM
Come on, Roger. Take the #2 spot from that piglet and then take your rightful place at #1. It's been a hideous year and a bit with Djokovic at #1, we need you back.

Given up hope on Murray getting that no.1 spot? :p

abraxas21
05-11-2012, 07:23 PM
vulturerer should pull a RG 2009 and take advantage now that rafito and faker are out

JediFed
05-11-2012, 07:24 PM
Damn, can't rep you again Sapoed.

Sapeod
05-11-2012, 07:26 PM
Given up hope on Murray getting that no.1 spot? :p
Hardly. This year, Murray is a bit too far behind to get the #1 any time soon. I'm placing my hope on Federer getting it back this year and Murray grabbing it near the end of the year or next year :yeah:

JediFed
05-11-2012, 07:32 PM
Well, I wouldn't mind seeing Federer Murray finals.... That would be a good deal. Fed takes number 1 and then hands it off to Murray.

GOAT = Fed
05-11-2012, 07:33 PM
Hardly. This year, Murray is a bit too far behind to get the #1 any time soon. I'm placing my hope on Federer getting it back this year and Murray grabbing it near the end of the year or next year :yeah:

You know what, I actually wouldn't mind seeing that despite how my dislike for Murray.

Allez
05-11-2012, 07:45 PM
What a ridiculous jinx thread :haha: First of all Roger is far from winning this tournament and secondly...even if he were to somehow go into RG there is no guarantee he won't be in Rafa's half. So all the haters stop jinxing and all the tards do not blow your load prematurely :p

GSMnadal
05-11-2012, 07:51 PM
Watch RG-2009 again you little hater :sport:

Learn the meaning of the word AGAIN, it means not once, like this one

http://www.tenisiberoamericano.com/images/nadaltrofrg05.jpg

but at least twice, like Rafa did here

http://s4.hubimg.com/u/4309555_f520.jpg

GOAT = Fed
05-11-2012, 07:54 PM
Learn the meaning of the word AGAIN, it means not once, like this one

http://www.tenisiberoamericano.com/images/nadaltrofrg05.jpg

but at least twice, like Rafa did here

http://s4.hubimg.com/u/4309555_f520.jpg

You mean the same million miles away as he was last year?
http://www.myfacewhen.net/uploads/37-intredasting.jpg

GSMnadal
05-11-2012, 07:59 PM
You mean the same million miles away as he was last year?

He wasn't even close last year :lol:

What makes you think he was, because he was 5-2 up in the first set? :haha:

He played his best clay tennis of his career, with Nadal playing his worst. And he got breadsticked in the FOURTH, because he was out of puff and Nadal stopped clowning around for a second.. A million miles seems like a massive understatement

GOAT = Fed
05-11-2012, 08:01 PM
He wasn't even close last year :lol:

What makes you think he was, because he was 5-2 up in the first set? :haha:

I didn't say anything about the what happened in the final, but being in the final itself makes you pretty damn close to the title, not a million miles away as you claim.

He played his best clay tennis of his career, with Nadal playing his worst.
Subjective, his level was very high, but to claim that it was the best of his career is, well, not a provable claim.

SheepleBuster
05-11-2012, 08:03 PM
If this happens (he has to get through Djokovic first) if Rafa wins Rome does he get it back?

If Roger stays No. 2 and gets Murray in his half at Roland Garros and Djokovic and Rafa get placed together, what does this mean for Tennis? :confused:

Thoughts :wavey:

What kind of bullshit comment is that? You should get out more. That's all I got to say. Meaning for tennis my ass.

GSMnadal
05-11-2012, 08:06 PM
I didn't say anything about the what happened in the final, but being in the final itself makes you pretty damn close to the title, not a million miles away as you claim.


Subjective, his level was very high, but to claim that it was the best of his career is, well, not a provable claim.

Getting to the final means nothing for Fed at RG, if he meets Nadal, he ain't getting past him.

Try to prove this wrong: Nadal played his best clay tennis ever in 2011. Just as subjective as the Federer statement, but we both know one of them is absolute bollocks, and the other one is true, or very close to being the truth.

GOAT = Fed
05-11-2012, 08:09 PM
Try to prove this wrong: Nadal played his best clay tennis ever in 2011. Just as subjective as the Federer statement, but we both know one of them is absolute bollocks, and the other one is true, or very close to being the truth.

Well actually you can prove that wrong by looking up at the amount of clay tournaments won by Rafa in 2011, as well as sets dropped, matches lost and you'll see that it wasn't the best of years for him.

viruzzz
05-11-2012, 08:11 PM
LOOK! GSMNadal in a Federer thread!!!!

Like always!!!

OMG OMG OMG i'm so excited.

Singularity
05-11-2012, 08:19 PM
Getting to the final means nothing for Fed at RG, if he meets Nadal, he ain't getting past him.

Try to prove this wrong: Nadal played his best clay tennis ever in 2011. Just as subjective as the Federer statement, but we both know one of them is absolute bollocks, and the other one is true, or very close to being the truth.
Well, you can use statistics like w/l percentage, number of sets dropped, tournaments won etc. You're looking at the season as a whole.

It's a lot harder when comparing one match against every other match that person has played. Still, would be a bit surprising if Federer's best clay performance was in a match in which he made 56 errors to 53 winners.

missvarsha
05-11-2012, 08:31 PM
Well, the first question is IF Federer wins - which he won't, even if he manages to scrape past Ferrer which is looking unlikely - AND Tipsarevic, Del Potro or Berdych will await in the final, either one of whom will simply bash him off the court.
This surface is overwhelmingly rewarding thoughtless ballbashery over point construction.

But IF he wins, it will be his fourth title this year, and seventh in the last 10 months, including 3 Masters crowns. So getting to #2 seems justified.

Corey Feldman
05-11-2012, 08:50 PM
2 more wins baby

rocketassist
05-11-2012, 08:52 PM
Poor Nadal and Djokovic :sad: Every big tournament not won by either of them is a joke tourney :sad:

RG might become a joke if they draw each other in SF and physically destroy each other :sad: :sad: :sad:

reery
05-11-2012, 09:07 PM
Poor Nadal and Djokovic :sad: Every big tournament not won by either of them is a joke tourney :sad:

RG might become a joke if they draw each other in SF and physically destroy each other :sad: :sad: :sad:

:yeah::yeah:

shanks
05-11-2012, 09:15 PM
Well, the first question is IF Federer wins - which he won't, even if he manages to scrape past Ferrer which is looking unlikely - AND Tipsarevic, Del Potro or Berdych will await in the final, either one of whom will simply bash him off the court.
This surface is overwhelmingly rewarding thoughtless ballbashery over point construction.

But IF he wins, it will be his fourth title this year, and seventh in the last 10 months, including 3 Masters crowns. So getting to #2 seems justified.

CORRECT

jojoh07
05-11-2012, 11:07 PM
Well, the first question is IF Federer wins - which he won't, even if he manages to scrape past Ferrer which is looking unlikely - AND Tipsarevic, Del Potro or Berdych will await in the final, either one of whom will simply bash him off the court.
This surface is overwhelmingly rewarding thoughtless ballbashery over point construction.

But IF he wins, it will be his fourth title this year, and seventh in the last 10 months, including 3 Masters crowns. So getting to #2 seems justified.

Hi Simon reed

duong
05-13-2012, 12:01 PM
That's the difference between someone winning titles for the past 6 months and someone who keeps losing finals. The new ATP rankings from 2009 reward winners. Nadal hasn't won much outside MC and Barcelona in the past 12 months.

For your information, I keep on counting rankings with the old ranking system for top-players, and actually Federer would be number 2 even if he lost today with the old ranking system (5195 points comparing to Nadal 5070 points), whereas he needs winning the final today with the new ranking system.

The difference is mostly the Davis cup which didn't count with the old ranking system.

That said, it's far far from done that he defeats Berdych today, but even if Fed loses today, it's not impossible that he does better than Nadal next week ;)

Raonic will be less dangerous in Roma than in Madrid but if shots stay in Nadal's racket as they did against Verdasco (which was not related to the surface), it will not be enough against Raonic.

PS : besides, one of the reasons why the finalist may be given few points with the new ranking system is that sometimes one of the semifinalists may be better than the finalist but only play the best player earlier, here I think of the US Open last year especially ;)

Orka_n
05-13-2012, 02:34 PM
Well, the first question is IF Federer wins - which he won't, even if he manages to scrape past Ferrer which is looking unlikely - AND Tipsarevic, Del Potro or Berdych will await in the final, either one of whom will simply bash him off the court.
This surface is overwhelmingly rewarding thoughtless ballbashery over point construction.This is wrong.

But IF he wins, it will be his fourth title this year, and seventh in the last 10 months, including 3 Masters crowns. So getting to #2 seems justified.This is correct.

samanosuke
05-13-2012, 05:30 PM
SUKIT IT piggies. now he'll have to beat nole if he wants to win titles. no more old man's favors

timafi
05-13-2012, 05:32 PM
Roger does win on ALL surfaces :woohoo:

Art&Soul
05-13-2012, 05:38 PM
Congrats King of blue clay woohoo. Nadull to number 3 right?

TigerTim
05-13-2012, 05:41 PM
Haha suck it piggy

Corey Feldman
05-13-2012, 06:07 PM
just dont mess it up by playing rubbish in Roma next week or it will be a short stay at #2

JediFed
05-13-2012, 06:22 PM
All surface king now!

Federer - 10 wins on Clay, Grass and Hard.