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Federer seems to relaxed after his Interview

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 02:19 PM
I don't know guys, but I thought Federer was too relaxed after his loss (http://www.triplematchpoint.com/story.php?title=Video-Federer-Interview-After-Canas-Defeat) to Canas. He better win Miami or it's another 500 points for Nadal!

bokehlicious
03-19-2007, 02:24 PM
What was he supposed to do ? Cry and retire ? :retard: :zzz:

adee-gee
03-19-2007, 02:25 PM
What was he supposed to do ? Cry and retire ? :retard: :zzz:
If only :sad:

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 02:28 PM
Well, he is like, Yeah, Canas played better. bluh bluh. But I mean come on man. This was the second round for the three times defending champ. I think Federer's dedication to Media and Tiger has affected his game a little bit. I think his game is shaky at best (He is good enough to win). I remember 2003-04 (Federer was always brilliant). Now it's like 2 points in every match. He won the AO, but he better win French or Wimbledon as a first/second/third round loss there would put Nadal in a striking distance.

bokehlicious
03-19-2007, 02:29 PM
If only :sad:

Don't say that, you know your life would be senseless and useless without Roger around :p

bokehlicious
03-19-2007, 02:31 PM
Well, he is like, Yeah, Canas played better. bluh bluh. But I mean come on man. This was the second round for the three times defending champ. I think Federer's dedication to Media and Tiger has affected his game a little bit. I think his game is shaky at best (He is good enough to win). I remember 2003-04 (Federer was always brilliant). Now it's like 2 points in every match. He won the AO, but he better win French or Wimbledon as a first/second/third round loss there would put Nadal in a striking distance.

:zzz: :retard:

adee-gee
03-19-2007, 02:32 PM
Don't say that, you know your life would be senseless and useless without Roger around :p

And also it would be impossible for Rafa to be worthy of winning a tournament, seeing as unless you beat Federer you don't deserve a trophy :awww:

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 02:40 PM
So then, you are saying Canas was worthy?

Eden
03-19-2007, 02:45 PM
What was he supposed to do ? Cry and retire ? :retard: :zzz:

Roger should really think to stop playing tennis and try his luck on the golf court http://cosgan.de/images/smilie/sportlich/h025.gif

How dare he could lose a match after he had won 6 tournaments in a row :sad:

Stensland
03-19-2007, 02:46 PM
well, for one, who does really believe that rafa will once again get to the final in wimbledon?! that's been way over his head, he'll be done by the quarters, if that.

Eden
03-19-2007, 02:53 PM
Well, he is like, Yeah, Canas played better. bluh bluh. But I mean come on man. This was the second round for the three times defending champ. I think Federer's dedication to Media and Tiger has affected his game a little bit. I think his game is shaky at best (He is good enough to win). I remember 2003-04 (Federer was always brilliant). Now it's like 2 points in every match. He won the AO, but he better win French or Wimbledon as a first/second/third round loss there would put Nadal in a striking distance.

Just out of interest: How long are you following tennis? Have you ever seen a player as dominant as Roger has been the last years? Even the most successful player of all time, Pete Sampras, had his losses once in a while and no one dared to say he should better concentrate on Wimbledon or the US Open.

And by the way: Nadal has also to defend a couple of points the upcoming months, it's not just Roger ;)

Don't worry about Federer. I'm sure he knows best what went wrong in the match against Canas. He will be back :)

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 02:53 PM
Well, Federer has a lot of points to defend as Well. I hope Rafa starts losing on Clay, but the way he played last week on Hardcourts, hmm... that's a bit of a stretch.

John
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sodman12
03-19-2007, 03:09 PM
Roger should really think to stop playing tennis and try his luck on the golf court

Whats a golf court?

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 03:41 PM
I guess it's a tennis cout, but you play golf on it???

John
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Kitty de Sade
03-19-2007, 03:45 PM
Federer had a bit of an off day. I'm amazed at how much of a ripple effect it has. He'll be just fine. :)

tennis2tennis
03-19-2007, 03:45 PM
I think Federer's dedication to Media and Tiger has affected his game a little bit. I think his game is shaky at best (He is good enough to win). I remember 2003-04 (Federer was always brilliant). Now it's like 2 points in every match. He won the AO, but he better win French or Wimbledon as a first/second/third round loss there would put Nadal in a striking distance.

this year he won the OZ open without dropping a set! he only dropped 1 set in wimbeldon (2005) he's stretched his 04 lead!

Dougie
03-19-2007, 03:49 PM
Roger should really think to stop playing tennis and try his luck on the golf court http://cosgan.de/images/smilie/sportlich/h025.gif

How dare he could lose a match after he had won 6 tournaments in a row :sad:

SO true! Come on guys, he´s only human, have some perspective!

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 03:51 PM
I agree, but what if he lost in Miami's first round? Would that change your mind?

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Kitty de Sade
03-19-2007, 03:53 PM
I agree, but what if he lost in Miami's first round? Would that change your mind?

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What if the sun spontaneously combusted? It won't.

The odds of him dropping two first round matches in back to back tournaments is astronomical. Won't happen.

johnemms2003
03-19-2007, 03:58 PM
But if it did. I am just saying man. Work with me here :)

wimbledonfan
03-19-2007, 04:06 PM
I think Sampras got in his head after playing a close match with Roger . If i'm not mistaken , they played some tiebreakers and Roger was probably like " wow , i'm struggling against an old man way past his prime " . It's kind of like the latest Rocky movie where Rocky beats up on the new kid who is dominating cause there is no competition for him .

tangerine_dream
03-19-2007, 04:17 PM
I don't know guys, but I thought Federer was too relaxed after his loss (http://www.triplematchpoint.com/story.php?title=Video-Federer-Interview-After-Canas-Defeat) to Canas. He better win Miami or it's another 500 points for Nadal!

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bokehlicious
03-19-2007, 04:19 PM
I agree, but what if he lost in Miami's first round? Would that change your mind?

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What if Nadal loses in RG 1st round ? Will he commit suicide ?

:retard: :zzz:

mangoes
03-19-2007, 04:25 PM
I don't know guys, but I thought Federer was too relaxed after his loss (http://www.triplematchpoint.com/story.php?title=Video-Federer-Interview-After-Canas-Defeat) to Canas. He better win Miami or it's another 500 points for Nadal!


What did you want Roger to do?? Tear his garments, cover his body in ash and lament till the cows come home??:rolleyes:

Merton
03-19-2007, 04:29 PM
Roger will perform fire walking over carbon coal during the opening ceremony of Miami. For those who do not know what I am talking about, google "Anastenaria" and you will see.

Apemant
03-19-2007, 04:31 PM
I don't know guys, but I thought Federer was too relaxed after his loss (http://www.triplematchpoint.com/story.php?title=Video-Federer-Interview-After-Canas-Defeat) to Canas. He better win Miami or it's another 500 points for Nadal!

Umm 1000. If he loses 1st round and Nadal wins, that's 1000 points, thank you. :devil:

GlennMirnyi
03-19-2007, 04:35 PM
Federer will win Miami, as usual. Stay tuned for more bitchdom.

nobama
03-19-2007, 06:00 PM
I don't know guys, but I thought Federer was too relaxed after his loss (http://www.triplematchpoint.com/story.php?title=Video-Federer-Interview-After-Canas-Defeat) to Canas. He better win Miami or it's another 500 points for Nadal!I wasn't aware there were only two players on the tour. :rolleyes:

Black Adam
03-19-2007, 06:12 PM
Umm 1000. If he loses 1st round and Nadal wins, that's 1000 points, thank you. :devil:
Actually more than 1000 points will be cut down between the two because in Indian Wells Nadal had to defend 225 points from his semis last year meaning he only gained 275 points. However in the wonderful scenario where Federer also loses first round in Miami, and Nadal wins improving on last year's first round exit, he would gain 500 points. That would be 775 points added by Nadal to his tally whilst Federer would have dropped 1000 points. So Nadal would have cut the gap by 1775 points :yeah:

bokehlicious
03-19-2007, 06:20 PM
Actually more than 1000 points will be cut down between the two because in Indian Wells Nadal had to defend 225 points from his semis last year meaning he only gained 275 points. However in the wonderful scenario where Federer also loses first round in Miami, and Nadal wins improving on last year's first round exit, he would gain 500 points. That would be 775 points added by Nadal to his tally whilst Federer would have dropped 1000 points. So Nadal would have cut the gap by 1775 points :yeah:

Dream on haters :lol:

nobama
03-19-2007, 06:58 PM
Actually more than 1000 points will be cut down between the two because in Indian Wells Nadal had to defend 225 points from his semis last year meaning he only gained 275 points. However in the wonderful scenario where Federer also loses first round in Miami, and Nadal wins improving on last year's first round exit, he would gain 500 points. That would be 775 points added by Nadal to his tally whilst Federer would have dropped 1000 points. So Nadal would have cut the gap by 1775 points :yeah:Glad to see you have so much faith in Roddick. :yeah:

RonE
03-19-2007, 07:11 PM
What did you want Roger to do?? Tear his garments, cover his body in ash and lament till the cows come home??:rolleyes:

You mean until the goats come home ;)

DDrago2
03-19-2007, 07:17 PM
I don't know guys, but I thought Federer was too relaxed after his loss to Canas. He better win Miami or it's another 500 points for Nadal!


ha ha, I can't believe you thought this defeat is some sort of turning point. Federer is sailing like nothing happened at all. He already won all of his turning-point maches, now it's all against history...

Sunset of Age
03-19-2007, 08:11 PM
What did you want Roger to do?? Tear his garments, cover his body in ash and lament till the cows come home??:rolleyes:

No, sms Raf to come over immediately and comfort him... :drool: ;) :tape:

CyBorg
03-19-2007, 08:15 PM
It's important to understand that Federer doesn't win as much on effort as Nadal or as Connors used to. With him it's about being the sum of all parts. It's about execution. He is so talented that he doesn't even look like he's trying.

Corey Feldman
03-19-2007, 08:42 PM
How dare he could lose a match after he had won 6 tournaments in a row 7 :p

Black Adam
03-19-2007, 09:49 PM
Glad to see you have so much faith in Roddick. :yeah:
When it comes to the number one spot, I have more faith in Nadal ;) who reduced the gap last week by 775 points in only one Tourney :yeah: He can do more of that in the US Open Series season if he keeps up his hard court play :p Besides with Roger out so early, the tournament just becme one of the most exciting ones since Cincinatti last year ;)

Dream on haters :lol:
I am not dreaming but of course I am enjoying myself. The mighty Roger lost in the first round to a Lucky Loser who is returning to competition :haha: :rolls: Now that's going to take some time to forget :haha:

Corey Feldman
03-20-2007, 01:10 AM
Piss off batbrain :retard:

Nadal has plenty of points going down the drain as soon as Monte Carlo hits :lol:

bokehlicious
03-20-2007, 08:53 AM
I am not dreaming but of course I am enjoying myself. The mighty Roger lost in the first round to a Lucky Loser who is returning to competition :haha: :rolls: Now that's going to take some time to forget :haha:

When I said your life is damn pathetic didn't mean to be so spot on :eek: :zzz:

almouchie
03-20-2007, 09:04 AM
another federer loss in Miami
will give some players more hope
& in tennis too

i doubt it thou , federer will bounce back
nadal was brilliant in IW, simply too good, would have been interesting if the 2 met

bokehlicious
03-20-2007, 09:25 AM
another federer loss in Miami
will give some players more hope
& in tennis too

It will give YOU more hope :devil: :lol:

Corey Feldman
03-20-2007, 02:28 PM
:lol:

soraya
03-20-2007, 04:46 PM
I agree, but what if he lost in Miami's first round? Would that change your mind?

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NO.

nobama
03-20-2007, 05:15 PM
When it comes to the number one spot, I have more faith in Nadal ;) who reduced the gap last week by 775 points in only one Tourney :yeah: He can do more of that in the US Open Series season if he keeps up his hard court play :p Besides with Roger out so early, the tournament just becme one of the most exciting ones since Cincinatti last year ;)Yep because once guys like Blake, Youzhny, Berdych were out and Roddick crapped his pants it was oh so suspensful who would win IW.

I am not dreaming but of course I am enjoying myself. The mighty Roger lost in the first round to a Lucky Loser who is returning to competition :haha: :rolls: Now that's going to take some time to forget :haha:Your boy Andy has had a lot of matches that will take a long time to forget so you must be enjoying yourself a lot. :lol:

Black Adam
03-20-2007, 05:39 PM
Yep because once guys like Blake, Youzhny, Berdych were out and Roddick crapped his pants it was oh so suspensful who would win IW.
Djokovic wasn't a walkover since he has improved a lot since FO last year. I gave him a 15% chance of winning so I watched it anyways. Roddick had played a crap match so I wasn't really sure Rafa was back to his absolute best :) Besides I always enjoy Rafa's victories (and find his celebration of lying on the floor quite emotional and cute)
Your boy Andy has had a lot of matches that will take a long time to forget so you must be enjoying yourself a lot. :lol:The thing is I don't make Roddick to be unbeatable, so when he loses I find it normal because I view him as a normal top player. Of course I don't enjoy it but it's easy to let go at the end of the day and look forward to the next Tourney. I always look forward to the future. Can you even mention one bad loss Andy had that makes laugh everytime you think of it?:wavey: I don't remember a bad loss, I just remember certain matches were he just tanked or forgot to show up in the 5th setter. But still, it isn't as bad as being bagelled by Spadea mind you :devil::p

Whereas the Fed gang make Fed to be so great and unbeatable (a record beater) that it's always fun to see him lose just to remind you guys that he is only human too. It's even more fun for me if it's a rare first round exit, against a Lucky Loser, and with a record on the line. A man needs a laugh once in a while :lol:

bokehlicious
03-20-2007, 06:37 PM
Whereas the Fed gang make Fed to be so great and unbeatable (a record beater) that it's always fun to see him lose just to remind you guys that he is only human too. It's even more fun for me if it's a rare first round exit, against a Lucky Loser, and with a record on the line. A man needs a laugh once in a while :lol:

Very few Fed fans actually think he's unbeatable. That's haters wishfull thinkings, so they can gloat once he loses...

That said, if it may help fools like you feeling better then let it be...

Corey Feldman
03-20-2007, 06:53 PM
not dreaming but of course I am enjoying myself. The mighty Roger lost in the first round to a Lucky Loser who is returning to competition :haha: :rolls: Now that's going to take some time to forget :haha: You are a joke, its no wonder you have the joker in your avatar...
Mirkaland has already proved to everyone of us reading this thread what a stupid pos you are..... cheering for Nadal to reach the final at your fave (Roddick's) expense.

typically english moron who likes tennis - sad stench of failure, confusion and no loyalty.

thing that pisses ppl like you off is that Fedex has acchieved more than double of Nadal and Roddick put together this far

now that is sad.

Black Adam
03-20-2007, 07:10 PM
You are a joke, its no wonder you have the joker in your avatar...
Mirkaland has already proved to everyone of us reading this thread what a stupid pos you are..... cheering for Nadal to reach the final at your fave (Roddick's) expense.

typically english moron who likes tennis - sad stench of failure, confusion and no loyalty.

thing that pisses ppl like you off is that Fedex has acchieved more than double of Nadal and Roddick put together this far

now that is sad.
For your own information I was for Roddick in that semi final before Nadal won and of course when either of my boys win, I am quite happy with that.