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How low will Pete sink till he retires

fhkung
10-24-2002, 01:34 AM
20, 30....or like Chang....100 something.....
whoooo, it will be fun to see how low he will go..:rolleyes:

Pea
10-24-2002, 01:57 AM
He won US Open ya know...............:o

Go Nalby
10-24-2002, 02:43 AM
I don't see him sinking that far down at all...he would never allow himself to retire with a ranking below the Top 100!

TennisHack
10-24-2002, 02:54 AM
I don't see Peter hanging on much longer, really. He's proven that he can still play with the big boys, and I think after next year's Wimbledon he'll seriously start thinking about calling it quits.

dbc
10-24-2002, 11:39 AM
Agree with Tennishack. He'll either quit at the end of the year after the baby is born or play until Wimbledon - he wants to go out there for the last time on Centre court, prefarably in the 2nd week.

tennischick
10-24-2002, 02:12 PM
i'd settle for around 200...;) :p

Ma. Estefania
10-26-2002, 03:08 AM
He won't sink, ok???

Mimi
10-26-2002, 04:12 PM
its funny to see how low the personlity of the creater of this thread :rolleyes: a pete's hater who is jealous of his unbreakable 14 grand slams :rolleyes:

Ma. Estefania
10-27-2002, 12:27 AM
I agree mimi!

kalforpete
10-27-2002, 02:37 AM
I think the more apt question should have been "how many more Slams is Pete gonna win before he retires" instead of wondering how low he's gonna sink.

Afterall, he's done shown it doesn't matter his ranking, he's still got it in him to win Slams. Especially when everyone is saying he won't!

Too bad I don't think he's gonna prove it. I half way look for him to retire after the baby is born though he says he's gonna make a decision in November.

kalforpete
10-27-2002, 02:40 AM
Originally posted by tennischick
i'd settle for around 200...;) :p

TC,

And here you've been telling me all this time, it's time for Pete to retire. If you wanna see him drop in the 200's, that mean's he'll be around when he's 50 or older! :D

Mimi
10-27-2002, 03:41 AM
well said, kalforpete, pete always just let his racket do the talking, even Greg bad mouthed him, he did not say a word, how sad people keep "lowering" the king of tennis :rolleyes:

Ma. Estefania
10-27-2002, 11:12 PM
I agree, he's the King, so...come on, it's very understandable that many people is jealous about that.
Just ignore them.

Mimi
10-28-2002, 04:22 AM
thank you so much for yoru advice, Ma :D

U.S. AIR FORCE
10-28-2002, 04:35 AM
I say either this past US Open was his last, or he will give Wimbledon another go. I don't think Pete wants to see his last time at Wimbledon be a 2r loss. If I were Pete I would skip Roland Garros just to train for Wimbledon. After Wimbledon just stop, like Martina did. Let his last US Open be a win.

tennischick
10-28-2002, 11:51 AM
i wonder if i can lend him come concrete boots? :p ;)

Pete got lucky in New York bec he was facing Agassi in a finals. the problemi is that he is not sure if it was luck or talent, hence the dithering. also he doesn't feel that history appreciates him enuf. so he wants us to beg him to stay. the problem is that we Pete-bashers clearly outnumber the beggars. :p ;)

poor Pete. he's still waiting for that ticker tape parade telling him he's the greatest. his hair will grow back faster than that's ever gonna happen...:p ;)

fhkung
10-28-2002, 08:36 PM
poor Pete. he's still waiting for that ticker tape parade telling him he's the greatest. his hair will grow back faster than that's ever gonna happen...:p ;)
damn right TC........damn right.......:D
man we bashers are good...........:cool:

Lee
10-28-2002, 08:41 PM
Originally posted by tennischick
i wonder if i can lend him come concrete boots? :p ;)

Pete got lucky in New York bec he was facing Agassi in a finals. the problemi is that he is not sure if it was luck or talent, hence the dithering. also he doesn't feel that history appreciates him enuf. so he wants us to beg him to stay. the problem is that we Pete-bashers clearly outnumber the beggars. :p ;)

poor Pete. he's still waiting for that ticker tape parade telling him he's the greatest. his hair will grow back faster than that's ever gonna happen...:p ;)

If you say it is luck that Pete win this year, than Hewitts US Open title last year is the luckiest day of his life because he don't have to take down 3 US Open champion before reaching the final.

Pete is not waiting for the parade because everyone has said he is the greatest. Can anyone honestly say he is not the greatest? Do anyone (including Pete haters) honestly believe there will be a single tennis player able to break Pete's all records?

Ma. Estefania
10-28-2002, 10:39 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by leecal
[B]

If you say it is luck that Pete win this year, than Hewitts US Open title last year is the luckiest day of his life because he don't have to take down 3 US Open champion before reaching the final.

I agree.:o

Mimi
10-29-2002, 01:58 AM
pete is lucky to have beaten the sour grape Greg, the young and promising Haas, Roddick in a row right :rolleyes: , are they all having a bad tummy because eating too much hamburgers when they faced pete that they lost :rolleyes:

find yourself better thing to do instead of bashing the great pete, sour grapes!