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Roland Garros R3: Federer def. Mahut 6-3, 4-6, 6-2, 7-5

MIMIC
06-01-2012, 07:06 PM
Will format if no one else has made thread yet.

Only saw the 1st set...so I have no idea how Mahut managed to win the 2nd (considering the fashion in which he was broken late in the 4th)

http://i.imgur.com/zWQJS.jpg

Looner
06-01-2012, 07:07 PM
What an utterly stupid thread starter. Rafoletards are so envious of the GOAT that they feel they need to create his threads and spew their poison.

On the match, well done Feddy and hopefully you'll own another dangerous player in the next round.

Chirag
06-01-2012, 07:07 PM
toughed it out but a win is a win :D I was scared what would happen had it gone to 5

jojoh07
06-01-2012, 07:08 PM
Mahut played wel , took advantage of little opportunities he got

CooCooCachoo
06-01-2012, 07:08 PM
Will format if no one else has made thread yet.

Insightful thread :rolleyes: Nothing useful at all in your post.

samanosuke
06-01-2012, 07:08 PM
Nice one Feddy. What's next ? andujar bageling you at wimbledon ?

shadows
06-01-2012, 07:08 PM
WTFuckerer out there for a while today.

Not looking good him for him once he hits the quarters.

henke007
06-01-2012, 07:09 PM
Mahut on 120% and relaxerer on 75%.

Deathless Mortal
06-01-2012, 07:09 PM
Losing sets to Ungur and Mahut, really? :facepalm:

Dead Net Cord
06-01-2012, 07:10 PM
Mahut will peak during the grass tournaments and do some damage.

Telegram Sam
06-01-2012, 07:10 PM
I admit, I was hoping for a fairytale like this:

http://i376.photobucket.com/albums/oo205/lgracin/volandri.jpg

But if stuff like that happened more often, it wouldn't be a fairytale.

MTwEeZi
06-01-2012, 07:10 PM
:haha:



Fed dropped a set to Ma-who?

MIMIC
06-01-2012, 07:10 PM
Insightful thread :rolleyes: Nothing useful at all in your post.

Thanks, Captain Obvious.

alter ego
06-01-2012, 07:11 PM
Peakerer playing it like a champ. Saving his best tennis for the 2nd week.

CooCooCachoo
06-01-2012, 07:11 PM
Thanks, Captain Obvious.

Then why bother starting a thread in the first place?

Waste of your time and waste of bandwidth.

viruzzz
06-01-2012, 07:11 PM
I liked the match.
Here in Hate-tennis-forums they're all like "OMG Fed zuckz, he cant beat zo eazy playerz 6-0 6-0 6-0".
They all can eat a big fat d*ck.

Whatever. I loved the match, Mahut playing offensive tennis, and Roger wasn't that bad as you all seem to think.
It's true, he's playing bad matches, since Rotterdam or maybe before of that he didn't serve so bad.
But i'm pretty sure the W-UE ratio is way better than the last 2 matches (I didn't saw the stats).

And I still think he's gonna raise his tennis.

But the important thing here:

"Nico is not a mug"

Really people, Mahut isn't a mug, he had his best slam run this FO, he was so motivated with the french crowd, and he gave Federer a great fight. That's not a mug-thing.

So, you better shut your ass off. I concur with you all when you say Fed's draw is pretty easy until the QF. I agree. And I agree Fed's not playing like his usual 2012 form.

But I don't agree when you're all like whining and bitching.
Fedtards are so upset "OMG, no chances here. Another 6-0 6-0 6-0 vs Berdych"
Fedhaters are like "This fuckin bitch can't win over useless mugs".

Really, fuck you all. Real fans enjoyed the tennis level in this match.

tangerine_dream
06-01-2012, 07:11 PM
Roger escapes with his life from the Mahut death-grip http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/cc442/stormee27/whew-smiley-1.gif

MIMIC
06-01-2012, 07:12 PM
Then why bother starting a thread in the first place?

Waste of your time and waste of bandwidth.

You seem to be too overly concerned. Settle down.

Roger the Dodger
06-01-2012, 07:13 PM
Holidayrer! :facepalm:

Mahut was always going to be a tough match, a warrior that he is on court! Glad he finished it in four with the French crowd clearly in favour of a fifth.

Goffin next! :bigclap:

sexybeast
06-01-2012, 07:13 PM
Random feat Federer achieved today:

First player to reach atleast R16 10 times in all 4 slams.

samanosuke
06-01-2012, 07:15 PM
this RG will be or the start of final fail or the start of last raise

JediFed
06-01-2012, 07:16 PM
But i'm pretty sure the W-UE ratio is way better than the last 2 matches (I didn't saw the stats).

W/UEs 3-1.

http://narwhaler.com/img/rk/q/wonder-woman-bitch-please-RKQCQD.gif

kinski76
06-01-2012, 07:16 PM
Mahut served well throughout (while Fed had a bit of an off-day in this regard, at least compared to his usual standards), stepped in and took his chances whenever he saw one. Give the guy some credit, he probably played his best-ever match on the surface. I thought the match was entertaining. Good luck in Queens, Nico :wavey:

Polikarpov
06-01-2012, 07:17 PM
I miss the days when I didn't have to hold my breath every time Federer's about to hit a backhand.:tears:

DrJules
06-01-2012, 07:18 PM
Mahut plays a very different game to most players.

Hard to ascertain how well Federer is playing.

SERBINATOR
06-01-2012, 07:18 PM
Tough 4 sets victory

does anybody see a RG09 parallel here ?

09 2nd round 4 sets
12 2nd round 4 sets

09 3rd round 4 sets against Frenchman (PHM)
12 3rd round 4 sets against Frenchmen

next up 5 setter :p

Corey Feldman
06-01-2012, 07:19 PM
his tennis is fine but his concentration is not, hasnt been whole tournament, but he might just be at that stage where first week of slams, with easy draw, are hard to get himself motivated about

he'll probably struggle v Goffin as well

but i expect Peakerer by QF time

Roger the Dodger
06-01-2012, 07:20 PM
Tough 4 sets victory

does anybody see a RG09 parallel here ?

09 2nd round 4 sets
12 2nd round 4 sets

09 3rd round 4 sets against Frenchman (PHM)
12 3rd round 4 sets against Frenchmen

next up 5 setter :p

More honey on your sandwich if you're true all the way! :lol:

But that means two five setters ... yikes! :tape:

alter ego
06-01-2012, 07:21 PM
Tough 4 sets victory

does anybody see a RG09 parallel here ?

09 2nd round 4 sets
12 2nd round 4 sets

09 3rd round 4 sets against Frenchman (PHM)
12 3rd round 4 sets against Frenchmen

next up 5 setter :p

09 won Madrid
12 won Madrid

09 SF in Rome lost to Djokovic
12 SF in Rome lost to Djokovic

Roger the Dodger
06-01-2012, 07:21 PM
his tennis is fine but his concentration is not, hasnt been whole tournament, but he might just be at that stage where first week of slams, with easy draw, are hard to get himself motivated about

he'll probably struggle v Goffin as well

but i expect Peakerer by QF time

Such lovely avatars you sport these days, Corey Feldman! :)

Sunset of Age
06-01-2012, 07:25 PM
Mahut served well throughout (while Fed had a bit of an off-day in this regard, at least compared to his usual standards), stepped in and took his chances whenever he saw one. Give the guy some credit, he probably played his best-ever match on the surface. I thought the match was entertaining. Good luck in Queens, Nico :wavey:

This. From what I saw, Mahut surely deserves credits here, even if that second set win was mostly due to yet another severe mental walkabout from Federer.
Kudos to Mahut - isn't this his best result at RG ever? :hatoff:

Federer - hmmm. I just don't know what's going on here. Serve & ROS going MIA at times and let's not even start about his level of concentration at times - completely In Absentia. If he's indeed 'taking it easy' in the earlier rounds of this tournament to preserve energy for the 'big match(es)', I don't see the point of him losing sets to - in all honesty, no dishonour intended - minor players, forcing him to stay out on court longer than should be necessary.
Can't help but conclude he's just not at his best (or rather, what could be his possible best now) at RG this year. Hopefully he'll prove me wrong in his upcoming matches.

habibko
06-01-2012, 07:26 PM
well done Idontgiveafuckifiloseasetcuziknowimnotlosingthison eandhatersgonnahaterer

Poirot123
06-01-2012, 07:26 PM
Mahut on 120% and relaxerer on 75%.

this sums the match up for me. Mahut played a really really good match, fired up by being centre court in France, having only previously won one match here. He had to put a lot of heart into it, and actually played as well as he could. Federer played at about 50% for me (not 75%) and upped his level when he smelt he was in with a shout at breaking. Federer did look mediocre at times, but that's because he's playing at 50% to conserve energy. IF that had been Berdych, Djokovic or Nadal, we'd have seen a completely different Federer today. But 50% is good enough to see off Mahut. And 50% will be good enough to see off Goffin, even it invites a scare.

Shirogane
06-01-2012, 07:28 PM
I would have loved another set; not sure about Mahut though. :lol: Put up a great fight in spite of the loss. :yeah:

rocketassist
06-01-2012, 07:32 PM
Nico won a set. :yeah: Happy with that.

ServeVolley
06-01-2012, 07:32 PM
Losing sets to Ungur and Mahut, really? :facepalm:

In 2009 he lost sets in 2R, 3R, and 4R. We all know how that turned out. ;)

cutesteve22
06-01-2012, 07:35 PM
needed 4 sets to take out Mahut?:sobbing:

Roger the Dodger
06-01-2012, 07:36 PM
In 2009 he lost sets in 2R, 3R, and 4R. We all know how that turned out. ;)

2009:

2nd rd: 4 sets
3rd rd: 4 sets
4th rd: 5 sets
SF: 5 sets

Let us see if it follows the pattern.

viruzzz
06-01-2012, 07:39 PM
2009:

2nd rd: 4 sets
3rd rd: 4 sets
4th rd: 5 sets
SF: 5 sets

Let us see if it follows the pattern.

Considering this. Fed won over Monfils in 3 easy sets and also the final.
Considering he's gonna win in R4, he'll face Delpo/Birdy in QF. I can't imagine a 3-setter vs Berdych.

Allez
06-01-2012, 07:39 PM
Oh dear :facepalm:

ServeVolley
06-01-2012, 07:43 PM
Anyway, I'd like to see 1st serve percentage up to 65%+ for the next match, but other than that, it was a great performance. W/UE (54/25), net points (22/32), and 1st and 2nd serve points won (66% and 82%) are all healthy stats.

As always it would be good if he could convert more BPs (5/14 today), but in this match it was understandable because the crowd was revving Mahut up every time he got backed into a corner, which was putting more pressure on Fed and giving Mahut the confidence to play tennis way above his usual level. :shrug:

Chris Kuerten
06-01-2012, 07:43 PM
I remember when Mahut was Lu's level on clay.

But it was great to see him play, gave his all. I didn't understand his constant journeys to the net though, since it didn't do him good and he was regularly owning Federer from the baseline.

habibko
06-01-2012, 07:47 PM
last game

_VqB5EEBwnc

Sunset of Age
06-01-2012, 07:49 PM
I remember when Mahut was Lu's level on clay.

But it was great to see him play, gave his all. I didn't understand his constant journeys to the net though, since it didn't do him good and he was regularly owning Federer from the baseline.

Well, rushing to the net is Mahut's 'comfort zone', it's what he's known for.
Perhaps he should have resorted to a different tactic here but it's common knowledge that it's rather difficult for players to do so.

Ben.
06-01-2012, 07:51 PM
Good fight by Mahut. He gave it his all and it's been a good week for him.

My jaw hit the floor when he sent that second serve return down the line to take the second set.

GSMnadal
06-01-2012, 07:53 PM
In 2009 he lost sets in 2R, 3R, and 4R. We all know how that turned out. ;)

2009:

2nd rd: 4 sets
3rd rd: 4 sets
4th rd: 5 sets
SF: 5 sets

Let us see if it follows the pattern.

Clutching at straws like never before :spit:

One small difference (obviously not as important as the pattern seeking):

09: Nadal injured and Djokovic playing like crap
12: Nadal and Djokovic are fit and playing like kings, struggling to lose games, let alone sets :lol:

FedvsNole
06-01-2012, 07:57 PM
I dunno what to make of all of these first few rounds for fed. It could be a good thing when he actually gets pushed early in the tournaments losing sets. I just feel for some reason he's more dangerous later in the tournaments like quarters and semis when he actually drops sets early in the tournament. I guess there's a fine line in being pushed to 5 sets and losing too much energy for week 2 but so far his 4 setters haven't been exahusting and may in fact help him fine tune his game since he's getting more court time on phillpe chattier while not really losing much energy. Plus, suddenly having to a play a close 4 or 5 setter against a berdych or djokovic when you've been rolling in 3 easy sets all tournament and not being used to the endurance requirement may actually make you more prepared and play better in those situations bc you had those 4 setters and pressure points earlier in the tournament.

I think thinking your playing good against shitty players and beating them 2,3,2 which fed does often in slams is sometimes a disadvantage bc you look more critically at your matches when you've dropped sets and are not playing that well and you can more easily see what you need practice on as the tournament goes.

Again, I think he's happy he's out of week 1 without putting too much energy out there and even gaining a bit in losing sets which forced him to get used to playing a "tighter" match which for sure is how its gonna be in the quarters ad semis. I guess if you never get pushed in the first 3-4 rounds and then your quarter and semis are against top players who did get pushed and played through pressure they have an advantage i think when they play against you having a super easy road.

The other explanation is that he's still battling some hip/back issues from madrid that haven't recovered fully and perhaps peaked too early in the season and for that matter the 9 month roll has been mostly a big high and it would be bad if he has a natural "low" right through the french.

Regardless, we'll know soon enough. He's got to be hoping to have berdych/delp go 5 sets and delpo coming out of that. Unless his form improves, no way in hell he's getting past berdych right now.

At the same time for fed, its gotta be hard to "get up" for these players he's playing right now just from a mental point when he knows he can beat them playing 50%. Like i said we'll know soon enough and maybe the loss of the super fast balls really hurt fed the most. But then again I would take fed playing crappy and getting through the early rounds any day becuase you know he can only get better through teh tournement. I'd be also concerned if he was playing too well and steamrolling in these first few rounds because he always has a "bad match or two" and perhaps he's getting all the rust and garbage out of his system.

Lets not forget he was off for 6 weeks and then came back and madrid didn't help prepare him here bc of the vast change in surface and then playing 3 mugs in rome didnt help him with an injury to boot. I think by the quarters we'll see if he can play a bit better.

abraxas21
06-01-2012, 07:58 PM
federer will fall

Everko
06-01-2012, 08:11 PM
federer will fall

now you get it abraxas. You are a slow learner but not not full thickskull as it turns

Federer_28
06-01-2012, 08:19 PM
WTFuckerer out there for a while today.

Not looking good him for him once he hits the quarters.

2 and a half hours on court won't hurt him

Federer_28
06-01-2012, 08:24 PM
Clutching at straws like never before :spit:

One small difference (obviously not as important as the pattern seeking):

09: Nadal injured and Djokovic playing like crap
12: Nadal and Djokovic are fit and playing like kings, struggling to lose games, let alone sets :lol:

so, everytime they lose its because their injured or not fit .
That pretty much sums it up , thx

Poirot123
06-01-2012, 08:35 PM
I dunno what to make of all of these first few rounds for fed. It could be a good thing when he actually gets pushed early in the tournaments losing sets. I just feel for some reason he's more dangerous later in the tournaments like quarters and semis when he actually drops sets early in the tournament. I guess there's a fine line in being pushed to 5 sets and losing too much energy for week 2 but so far his 4 setters haven't been exahusting and may in fact help him fine tune his game since he's getting more court time on phillpe chattier while not really losing much energy. Plus, suddenly having to a play a close 4 or 5 setter against a berdych or djokovic when you've been rolling in 3 easy sets all tournament and not being used to the endurance requirement may actually make you more prepared and play better in those situations bc you had those 4 setters and pressure points earlier in the tournament.

I think thinking your playing good against shitty players and beating them 2,3,2 which fed does often in slams is sometimes a disadvantage bc you look more critically at your matches when you've dropped sets and are not playing that well and you can more easily see what you need practice on as the tournament goes.

Again, I think he's happy he's out of week 1 without putting too much energy out there and even gaining a bit in losing sets which forced him to get used to playing a "tighter" match which for sure is how its gonna be in the quarters ad semis. I guess if you never get pushed in the first 3-4 rounds and then your quarter and semis are against top players who did get pushed and played through pressure they have an advantage i think when they play against you having a super easy road.

The other explanation is that he's still battling some hip/back issues from madrid that haven't recovered fully and perhaps peaked too early in the season and for that matter the 9 month roll has been mostly a big high and it would be bad if he has a natural "low" right through the french.

Regardless, we'll know soon enough. He's got to be hoping to have berdych/delp go 5 sets and delpo coming out of that. Unless his form improves, no way in hell he's getting past berdych right now.

At the same time for fed, its gotta be hard to "get up" for these players he's playing right now just from a mental point when he knows he can beat them playing 50%. Like i said we'll know soon enough and maybe the loss of the super fast balls really hurt fed the most. But then again I would take fed playing crappy and getting through the early rounds any day becuase you know he can only get better through teh tournement. I'd be also concerned if he was playing too well and steamrolling in these first few rounds because he always has a "bad match or two" and perhaps he's getting all the rust and garbage out of his system.

Lets not forget he was off for 6 weeks and then came back and madrid didn't help prepare him here bc of the vast change in surface and then playing 3 mugs in rome didnt help him with an injury to boot. I think by the quarters we'll see if he can play a bit better.

Good post.

Fed carrying a slight injury could be an explanation for his below par performances so far. but he's through to round 4, he's playing a lucky loser, so will in 95% of the time be in the QF safely. As you say, a mammoth Del Po Berdych match will help Fed a lot, and Del Potro coming through will seal Fed's passage to the SF in my opinion. If Berdych somes through and Fed isn't 100%, I think it's game over.

Singularity
06-01-2012, 09:12 PM
now you get it abraxas. You are a slow learner but not not full thickskull as it turns
Federer is on course to becoming in the fifth or 6th best player in the world this year?

r3d_d3v1l_
06-01-2012, 09:15 PM
Federer looked somewhat exhausted in the 4th set. That can´t be good.

Fireballer
06-01-2012, 09:18 PM
In 2009 he lost sets in 2R, 3R, and 4R. We all know how that turned out. ;)

Fed is not winning this Nadal will make the final

asmazif
06-01-2012, 09:20 PM
only 2 aces from Nico?

Arkulari
06-01-2012, 09:34 PM
now you get it abraxas. You are a slow learner but not not full thickskull as it turns

Look who's back for the clay season! :haha:

And you keep changing your signature, since Roger beat Rafa in Miami :p

FFS I don't think anyone expects Roger to win RG, in fact I don't even expect him to make the final with this level of play :lol:
The only ones hoping for that are the RafaTards :haha:

ServeVolley
06-01-2012, 09:34 PM
Fed is not winning this Nadal will make the final

Yes he is. Nadal will lose to Raonic in R4 and Djokovic will lose to Tsonga in QF. Book it. ;)

Argenbrit
06-01-2012, 09:39 PM
Yes he is. Nadal will lose to Raonic in R4 and Djokovic will lose to Tsonga in QF. Book it. ;)
Fed will never win a slam again. Book it. ;)

Sunset of Age
06-01-2012, 09:57 PM
The only ones hoping for that are the RafaTards :haha:

Obviously.
I wonder why, are they THAT afraid of Djokovic? :rolleyes:

Commander Data
06-01-2012, 10:39 PM
FedMug in da house. Obviously Fed is not 100%, should have skipped Rom. Champ keep the QF-streak going and on to Wimbledon.

Give Nole the title already :zzz:

Jamoz
06-01-2012, 10:41 PM
FedMug in da house. Obviously Fed is not 100%, should have skipped Rom. Champ keep the QF-streak going and on to Wimbledon.

Give Nole the title already :zzz:

So you think that The Djokerman(tm) whips Nadal in final? :eek:

Commander Data
06-01-2012, 10:47 PM
Look who's back for the clay season! :haha:

And you keep changing your signature, since Roger beat Rafa in Miami :p

FFS I don't think anyone expects Roger to win RG, in fact I don't even expect him to make the final with this level of play :lol:
The only ones hoping for that are the RafaTards :haha:

:haha:

Commander Data
06-01-2012, 10:48 PM
So you think that The Djokerman(tm) whips Nadal in final? :eek:

The Djoker cannot be stopped (sorry Nadal fans)

Orka_n
06-02-2012, 12:25 AM
"Still playing his best tennis" my arse. Dropping sets to Ungur and Mahut back to back.

If this goes on, Fed might be on his way out in the quarters. Better pick it up daddy

Edda
06-02-2012, 12:53 AM
Be careful, Roger. Two matches going to four sets against far lower-ranked players is not a good sign. Such sloppy play could be your undoing with Rafa or Novak, if you even get that far. Tsonga and Berdych have also beaten Roger on a number of occasions because he slacked off.

juan27
06-02-2012, 12:53 AM
Clutching at straws like never before :spit:

One small difference (obviously not as important as the pattern seeking):

09: Nadal injured and Djokovic playing like crap
12: Nadal and Djokovic are fit and playing like kings, struggling to lose games, let alone sets :lol:

nadal injured??? jajaja , nah , he was owned by soderling and nothing more.

djokovic was playing much better the last year better the last year and fed was capable to win and fougth hard with him.

another small difference is that federer now has near 31 years old...

Corey Feldman
06-02-2012, 01:39 AM
watching highlights again tonight and when Fed missed an easy FH at 2-2 30-30 in fourth set he looked up to Annacone or his team

so unlike Fed

something not right, i wonder if he's tired

HKz
06-02-2012, 02:08 AM
:haha:



Fed dropped a set to Ma-who?

To Mahut, you know, that guy that beat grass king Nadal in straight sets at Queens.

I admit, I was hoping for a fairytale like this:

http://i376.photobucket.com/albums/oo205/lgracin/volandri.jpg

But if stuff like that happened more often, it wouldn't be a fairytale.

Looks like tard da game is back.

Topspindoctor
06-02-2012, 02:22 AM
Lolz. Olderer truly hitting rock bottom. Losing a set to a useless jester like Mughut on CLAY heralds the beginning of the end. He's had a good few runs in RG, even fluked a win in 2009, but now his decline is plain for all eyes to see. While Nadal is having fun after reinventing himself this year on clay, Olderer is clearly in a downward spiral. He's lucky his draw until QF is filled with players who could be beaten by a WTA player.

BroTree123
06-02-2012, 02:34 AM
RG R4: Federer def. Goffin 6-7(4), 5-7, 6-4, 6-0, 6-2.

Absolute Anthropoid
06-02-2012, 02:40 AM
Damn Fed lost a set against Mahut? Hopefully he picks it up before the QFs.

Mr. Oracle
06-02-2012, 04:05 AM
I miss the days when I didn't have to hold my breath every time Federer's about to hit a backhand.:tears:

Don't lament the end of the weak era. Anyone can hit fluff balls back with pace. Hit to Fed's backhand with a little topspin and he turns into a crying mess at the AO. This is why Nadal has never needed to change his game for years. Send quality to Fed's backhand and he folds like a wimbledon lawn chair!

Mr. Oracle
06-02-2012, 04:07 AM
Lolz. Olderer truly hitting rock bottom. Losing a set to a useless jester like Mughut on CLAY heralds the beginning of the end. He's had a good few runs in RG, even fluked a win in 2009, but now his decline is plain for all eyes to see. While Nadal is having fun after reinventing himself this year on clay, Olderer is clearly in a downward spiral. He's lucky his draw until QF is filled with players who could be beaten by a WTA player.

You said it all!

heya
06-02-2012, 05:17 AM
as usual, fed fiends bring up nonsense about nadal losing on one of his least favorite courts.
fed lost matches in which he had 2 set leads, match points and 5-1 leads on clay, hardcourt & grass.
last year, fed lost with an injured opponent. you know who that opponent is.

federer = goat of frauds.

Mr. Oracle
06-02-2012, 05:56 AM
watching highlights again tonight and when Fed missed an easy FH at 2-2 30-30 in fourth set he looked up to Annacone or his team

so unlike Fed

something not right, i wonder if he's tired

Oh no. Here comes mono fed. The fedtards sense the inevitable defeat at the hands of djoker and are already making excuses just like their hero. Pre-match / post-match excuses. Same lameness, just different timing.

MTwEeZi
06-02-2012, 05:58 AM
Fed - Mono
Djokovic - Stereo
Nadal - Dolby 5.1 Surround

leng jai
06-02-2012, 06:09 AM
Fed - Mono
Djokovic - Stereo
Nadal - Dolby 5.1 Surround

The Fog - Real life sound

venky91
06-02-2012, 06:28 AM
"Still playing his best tennis" my arse. Dropping sets to Ungur and Mahut back to back.

If this goes on, Fed might be on his way out in the quarters. Better pick it up daddy
But but but Chimpras said he was, so it must be true!

tektonac
06-02-2012, 06:36 AM
Oh no. Here comes mono fed. The fedtards sense the inevitable defeat at the hands of djoker and are already making excuses just like their hero. Pre-match / post-match excuses. Same lameness, just different timing.

two words: exit strategy.

duchuy89
06-02-2012, 06:53 AM
Fighting Fed!

henke007
06-02-2012, 10:31 AM
Very good thoughts on the match from Mahut. Ana comes up, scroll down.
http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/multimedia/2012-06-01/0137a82b9ea0000003e8.html