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IW R2: Federer def. Andreev 7-5 7-6(4)

EnriqueIG8
03-14-2011, 01:26 AM
Always tough against Andreev.

Next one vs Chela should be a lot easier.

asmazif
03-14-2011, 01:26 AM
standard Fed-Andreev match: not straight-forward

Orka_n
03-14-2011, 01:27 AM
Fed raised his level at the tail end of the sets, as per usual. Solid stuff.

Corey Feldman
03-14-2011, 01:28 AM
simply the best tie break player in history

2 set win is good for a tricky opponent on a slow court Fed doesnt like

Topspindoctor
03-14-2011, 01:28 AM
Olderer benefiting from a choke yet again :rolleyes: Mugdreev doesn't have the balls to take it to the old man like 99% of the tour. I can see him BSing his way to QF/SF/F of tournaments by 35 at this rate.

tennizen
03-14-2011, 01:30 AM
Fed raised his game nicely at the end there.

abraxas21
03-14-2011, 01:31 AM
GOATacular stuff

well, not really but what the hell

Voo de Mar
03-14-2011, 01:32 AM
Journeyman Andreev :o

Sunset of Age
03-14-2011, 01:33 AM
Andreev, never an easy customer for Fed... and here it showed again.

Mediocre match. Djokovic might have watched it, gloating in anticipation of what might well come soon...
In other words, Rog will truly have to up his level if he wants any chance of getting this title. I'm not counting on it to happen at all.

Elbarto
03-14-2011, 01:34 AM
routine job for Federer, he didn't show his best level but it was enough to beat Andreev

Nole fan
03-14-2011, 01:35 AM
Fed raised his level at the tail end of the sets, as per usual. Solid stuff.

This.

habibko
03-14-2011, 01:35 AM
Olderer benefiting from a choke yet again :rolleyes: Mugdreev doesn't have the balls to take it to the old man like 99% of the tour. I can see him BSing his way to QF/SF/F of tournaments by 35 at this rate.

it's easy to overthink the situation when you play two brilliant shots in TB (*1-0 and *2-0) at the baseline only for the opponent to half-volley them back to you, it's Fed's high level that force the opponents to overplay.

Pirata.
03-14-2011, 01:35 AM
Olderer benefiting from a choke yet again :rolleyes: Mugdreev doesn't have the balls to take it to the old man like 99% of the tour. I can see him BSing his way to QF/SF/F of tournaments by 35 at this rate.

:rolleyes:

ExcaliburII
03-14-2011, 01:37 AM
Andreev choked to the swiss Karlovic.

Seriously, Federer is only serve and luck now. Any decent player with some balls will beat the crap out of him.

Sunset of Age
03-14-2011, 01:38 AM
Olderer benefiting from a choke yet again :rolleyes: Mugdreev doesn't have the balls to take it to the old man like 99% of the tour. I can see him BSing his way to QF/SF/F of tournaments by 35 at this rate.

:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Of course, too hard to give any credits to the opponent of 'olderer', eh?

Tool.

Topspindoctor
03-14-2011, 01:42 AM
Andreev choked to the swiss Karlovic.

Seriously, Federer is only serve and luck now. Any decent player with some balls will beat the crap out of him.

:yeah:

Mungo
03-14-2011, 01:44 AM
Fedull is declining fast, even with his serve he's struggling to beat hardcourt mugs like Andreev

barbadosan
03-14-2011, 01:45 AM
Fedull is declining fast, even with his serve he's struggling to beat hardcourt mugs like Andreev

And yet, this is the first time in how many meetings that Fed has beaten Andreev in straight sets? Haven't been watching their matches long, have you? :)

Mungo
03-14-2011, 01:45 AM
simply the best tie break player in history

2 set win is good for a tricky opponent on a slow court Fed doesnt like

Always loved the blindness and sense of humour from Fed fans

SetSampras
03-14-2011, 01:47 AM
No surprise.. Andreev has talent but no sack to take the match from Wodgie much like their USO match a few years ago. Fed brings this level to the rest of IW he aint winning.

paseo
03-14-2011, 01:48 AM
Olderer benefiting from a choke yet again :rolleyes: Mugdreev doesn't have the balls to take it to the old man like 99% of the tour. I can see him BSing his way to QF/SF/F of tournaments by 35 at this rate.

You know, this is the fruit of his hard work. Olderer was so ridiculously supreme at his peak, players nowadays still fear and give him too much respect. He deserves those chokes that his opponents gave him. And if Nadal can reach the heights that Olderer reached at 04-07, then he too shall enjoy the same benefits.

It's all about hard work.

ExcaliburII
03-14-2011, 01:48 AM
simply the best tie break player in history

2 set win is good for a tricky opponent on a slow court Fed doesnt like
get a clue kid

Mungo
03-14-2011, 01:49 AM
And yet, this is the first time in how many meetings that Fed has beaten Andreev in straight sets? Haven't been watching their matches long, have you? :)

I watched their USO 5 setter in the stadium now that you ask. And yeah Fed played like crap today as he has been doing in outdoors in the last year. Did you watch the match or did you close your eyes when Fed missed his 1st serve? I wouldn't blame you though, I would do the latter if I were a Fedull fan.

barbadosan
03-14-2011, 01:51 AM
I watched their USO 5 setter in the stadium now that you ask. And yeah Fed played like crap today as he has been doing in outdoors in the last year. Did you watch the match or did you close your eyes when Fed missed his 1st serve? I wouldn't blame you though, I would do the latter if I were a Fedull fan.

Nice bait and switch from your original statement which was that Fed was declining because he had difficulty beating Andreev - in straights. lmao. Well, you tried, hahaha

Topspindoctor
03-14-2011, 01:52 AM
Olderer fans getting defensive... :lol: :o :zzz:

barbadosan
03-14-2011, 01:55 AM
Olderer fans getting defensive... :lol: :o :zzz:

Because of your ceaseless topspin drivel - I think not! :retard::angel:

rocketassist
03-14-2011, 01:57 AM
Olderer fans getting defensive... :lol: :o :zzz:

'HATERS GONNA HATE' :lol: :haha:

TMJordan
03-14-2011, 01:58 AM
CHELA next for OLD-ERROR

careergrandslam
03-14-2011, 01:58 AM
who invented the name 'olderer' to describe federer?

was it topspindoctor?
i think it was.

what a genius.

topspindoctor u da man! :worship:

abraxas21
03-14-2011, 02:00 AM
get a clue kid

he's without a doubt the best tiebreak player of the past years at least.

he's definitely one of the top five better tiebreak players of the history of tennis. maybe the best.

duong
03-14-2011, 02:01 AM
overall a good match, Andreev played a very good second set.

we could see why Andreev is a bad match-up for Fed : not only the spinned shots to Fed's backhand, but also he reads well Fed's serve and he managed to put him in defense on second serve in every of the matches they player, and in the end his serve troubles Fed a lot.

Actually many match-ups are explained by the serve, I've noticed ;)

As for the stupid comments, well I've good-repped a lot recently but I will maybe disseminate a few bad-reps : you have the pleasure saying bullshits, it must be paid in a way ;)

Sunset of Age
03-14-2011, 02:02 AM
who invented the name 'olderer' to describe federer?

was it topspindoctor?
i think it was.

what a genius.

topspindoctor u da man! :worship:

Let me tell you a secret then: EVERYONE gets older. At least all of us hope to do so. And unless you're 12 years of age, you should realize that.

So nothing "genius' about that nick at all, rather tiresome and stupid, I think.

Whatever floats your boat, dear. :angel:

duong
03-14-2011, 02:03 AM
he's without a doubt the best tiebreak player of the past years at least.

he's definitely one of the top five better tiebreak players of the history of tennis. maybe the best.

he has the best stats of the open era, second is Djokovic. Both of them are quite far ahead.

Behind you have Ashe, Andres Gomez, Newcombe, Roddick, Sampras, Isner, McEnroe and Nadal.

barbadosan
03-14-2011, 02:06 AM
he has the best stats of the open era, second is Djokovic. Both of them are quite far ahead.

Behind you have Ashe, Andres Gomez, Newcombe, Roddick, Sampras, Isner, McEnroe and Nadal.

You're going to confuse the issue with stats and hard facts? lol. No place for them - just for off-the-wall opinions :rolleyes:

PS: I think we might even call the latter opinions, "mungoloids" as opposed to "factoids" :p

careergrandslam
03-14-2011, 02:15 AM
Let me tell you a secret then: EVERYONE gets older. At least all of us hope to do so. And unless you're 12 years of age, you should realize that.

So nothing "genius' about that nick at all, rather tiresome and stupid, I think.

Whatever floats your boat, dear. :angel:

u are just a nadal hater, we all know that.

Arkulari
03-14-2011, 02:15 AM
And yet, this is the first time in how many meetings that Fed has beaten Andreev in straight sets? Haven't been watching their matches long, have you? :)

http://www.mundoimg.com/imagenes/divertidas/179409_mundoimg_wylde_owned-2.jpg

Andreev has always been a difficult match-up to Roger, always managed to sneak at least a set when facing each other, I expected this to go to 3 and my suspicions were almost confirmed when the Russian broke back in the second set but thankfully Roger got his shit together in the TB :lol:

It's a godsent that he decided to play doubles here, he would have been TOO rusty otherwise and much more prone to lose ;)

That point to get 3-0 in the TB? :drool: Vintage Fed, what a shot! :hearts:

He will have to up his level a lot if he wants to win this tournament, but all in all it wasn't a bad match (though his serve in the second set was :help: at times)

And for those megaidiots who think that Rafa would have never lost a set to this guy: does Valencia 2005 ring a bell? he had lost to Andreev on clay, so guy isn't as much of a mug as you call him, right? ;)

He's not a super star but he is not THAT bad, specially if his FH is clicking.

duong
03-14-2011, 02:19 AM
Andreev has always been a difficult match-up to Roger, always managed to sneak at least a set when facing each other

5 sets in US Open 2008, and very near from 5 sets in Melbourne 2010, two tournaments which Fed won and in which Andreev gave him the toughest opposition of the tournament (together with Davydenko in Melbourne).

Some speak about Andreev's "balls" but actually apart from technical abilities and good match-up, he always shows bravery against Fed, really going for his returns and even his forehands.

Well he also missed in some bad moments as well but that's more likely if you go for your shots :shrug:

helvet empire
03-14-2011, 02:20 AM
+1 to Bonnie
the overuse of nicknames in this forum is beyond pathetic. "holidayrer", "delpotsmoker" give me a break

duong
03-14-2011, 02:22 AM
Andreev choked to the swiss Karlovic.

Seriously, Federer is only serve and luck now. Any decent player with some balls will beat the crap out of him.

this "Swiss Karlovic" played only 40% first serves in second set and 4 aces in all match, and was constantly on defensive on his second serve in second set (yet won 54% of these second serve points in second set). He also won 52% of the points on Andreev's second serve. Not bad for a Karlovic :p

Arkulari
03-14-2011, 02:26 AM
this "Swiss Karlovic" played only 40% first serves in second set and 4 aces in all match, and was constantly on defensive on his second serve in second set.

don't try to be reasonable with them, logic is something beyond their capacity ;)

Fedfanforever
03-14-2011, 02:28 AM
Let me tell you a secret then: EVERYONE gets older. At least all of us hope to do so. And unless you're 12 years of age, you should realize that.

So nothing "genius' about that nick at all, rather tiresome and stupid, I think.

Whatever floats your boat, dear. :angel:
:worship::worship::worship:

careergrandslam
03-14-2011, 02:31 AM
http://www.mundoimg.com/imagenes/divertidas/179409_mundoimg_wylde_owned-2.jpg

Andreev has always been a difficult match-up to Roger, always managed to sneak at least a set when facing each other, I expected this to go to 3 and my suspicions were almost confirmed when the Russian broke back in the second set but thankfully Roger got his shit together in the TB :lol:

It's a godsent that he decided to play doubles here, he would have been TOO rusty otherwise and much more prone to lose ;)

That point to get 3-0 in the TB? :drool: Vintage Fed, what a shot! :hearts:

He will have to up his level a lot if he wants to win this tournament, but all in all it wasn't a bad match (though his serve in the second set was :help: at times)

And for those megaidiots who think that Rafa would have never lost a set to this guy: does Valencia 2005 ring a bell? he had lost to Andreev on clay, so guy isn't as much of a mug as you call him, right? ;)
He's not a super star but he is not THAT bad, specially if his FH is clicking.

2004/2005 was baby rafa.
baby rafa lost to many mugs even on clay.

baby rafa was just a teenage sensation back then, he had the awesome raw talent but was clueless about what to do with all that talent. then uncle toni nurtured and guided baby rafa into a young man in 2006/2007. then in 2008 onwards, young man rafa turned into a man.

how quickly time flies by, i still remember baby rafa in 2004 and 2005 vamosing and jumping around every point with his tiny legs like a baby rabbit. the amazing memories. :sobbing: :sad:

Rafa = Fed Killa
03-14-2011, 02:35 AM
Cant wait till Djokovic beats this old clown to a pulp again.

It would be funny if Djokovic or Nadal ever let Fed reach a final again, just so the other one can beat him and make the little girl cry again.

Arkulari
03-14-2011, 02:37 AM
2004/2005 was baby rafa.
baby rafa lost to many mugs even on clay.

baby rafa was just a teenage sensation back then, he had the awesome raw talent but was clueless about what to do with all that talent. then uncle toni nurtured and guided baby rafa into a young man in 2006/2007. then in 2008 onwards, young man rafa turned into a man.

how quickly time flies by, i still remember baby rafa in 2004 and 2005 vamosing and jumping around every point with his tiny legs like a baby rabbit. the amazing memories. :sobbing: :sad:

2004 sure but 2005? :bs:

Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco, MonteCarlo, Barcelona, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Stuttgart...

You cannot be considered baby anything once you've won a GS, that is what sets men apart from boys

viruzzz
03-14-2011, 02:55 AM
Cant wait till Djokovic beats this "old clown"

Look! A hater! destroy him!

Corey Feldman
03-14-2011, 02:55 AM
he's without a doubt the best tiebreak player of the past years at least.

he's definitely one of the top five better tiebreak players of the history of tennis. maybe the best.He is the best, atp stats confirm it


1. Roger Federer .660 - 289-149
2. Novak Djokovic .653 - 113-60
3. Pete Sampras .637 - 274-156
4. Andy Roddick .631 - 285-167
5. John Isner .623 - 91-55
6. Rafael Nadal .614 - 121-76
7. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga .612 - 74-47
8. Marcos Baghdatis .605 - 78-51
9. Michael Stich .601 - 134-89
10. Stefan Edberg .601 - 107-71
11. Fernando Gonzalez .598 - 149-100
12. Jacco Eltingh .598 - 79-53
13. Sergi Bruguera .595 - 110-75
14. Nicolas Escude .592 - 84-58
15. Marcelo Rios .590 - 124-86

then you have his record in GS final tb's, Wimbledon finals, all GS matches in general

Corey Feldman
03-14-2011, 02:58 AM
career TB's won (with winning %)

1. Roger Federer 290
2. Andy Roddick 285
3. Pete Sampras 274
4. Goran Ivanisevic 239
5. Carlos Moya 223
6. Todd Martin 184
7. Andre Agassi 169
8. Fernando Gonzalez 149
9. Jim Courier 147
10. Sebastien Grosjean 139
11. Tommy Robredo 135
12. Michael Stich 134
13. Boris Becker 127
14. Marcelo Rios 124
15. Rafael Nadal 121
16. Nicolas Kiefer 119
17. Thomas Muster 116
18. David Nalbandian 115
19. Novak Djokovic 113
20. Sergi Bruguera 110

Pirata.
03-14-2011, 03:28 AM
+1 to Bonnie
the overuse of nicknames in this forum is beyond pathetic. "holidayrer", "delpotsmoker" give me a break

You forgot Frauderer, Strangerer, Shankerer, Federina, Feduller (:retard:) Grandaderer, Stubborner, Frailerer...

2004 sure but 2005? :bs:

Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco, MonteCarlo, Barcelona, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Stuttgart...

You cannot be considered baby anything once you've won a GS, that is what sets men apart from boys

:worship:

Kat_YYZ
03-14-2011, 05:19 AM
some people don't like stats... they like nicknames ;)

abraxas21
03-14-2011, 05:24 AM
You forgot Frauderer, Strangerer, Shankerer, Federina, Feduller (:retard:) Grandaderer, Stubborner, Frailerer...


once i made a poll about the best federer nickname but some admin deleted it

The Magician
03-14-2011, 05:39 AM
Nadulltards trying to come in here and distract from the fact that Fed got a proper MS draw while Nadull got a mediocre challenger level draw :lol:

Nice stats, Faker will hopefully go down in the rankings as he plays more, the tb record should definitely be: 1. Fed 2. Sampras.

Arkulari
03-14-2011, 05:44 AM
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in that last video, the point from 1.40 :hearts: :drool:

nsidhan
03-14-2011, 05:49 AM
Fed needs tough matches if he is to make it deep. By deep I mean match tough to beat Nole in the semis. Wonder if he can beat Raonic though.

tnosugar
03-14-2011, 06:13 AM
He is the best, atp stats confirm it


1. Roger Federer .660 - 289-149
2. Novak Djokovic .653 - 113-60
3. Pete Sampras .637 - 274-156
4. Andy Roddick .631 - 285-167
5. John Isner .623 - 91-55
6. Rafael Nadal .614 - 121-76
7. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga .612 - 74-47
8. Marcos Baghdatis .605 - 78-51
9. Michael Stich .601 - 134-89
10. Stefan Edberg .601 - 107-71
11. Fernando Gonzalez .598 - 149-100
12. Jacco Eltingh .598 - 79-53
13. Sergi Bruguera .595 - 110-75
14. Nicolas Escude .592 - 84-58
15. Marcelo Rios .590 - 124-86

then you have his record in GS final tb's, Wimbledon finals, all GS matches in general


The best TB player is the one that takes his sets after winning six games ;)

heya
03-14-2011, 06:24 AM
ExcaliburII, roddickidiot called john mcenroe's live tv show and talked immediately on the radio to promote his chokes against federer.

OLYMPICLEGEND
03-14-2011, 06:31 AM
Andreev hit a very choking shot at 4-4 in breaker :p

DrJules
03-14-2011, 07:59 AM
Federer played very well on serve in first set, but wasted too many 0-30 chances on the Andreev serve with unforced errors. Could easily have won 1st set earlier.

Started second set well with break, but then played his only bad service game to let Andreev back in match. Serve fell below 50% during 2nd set which he will not get away doing against Djokovic and Nadal.

Difference between Federer now and Federer 2004-2007 is the periods of high level tennis are shorter and the unforced error periods longer.

There are still periods when Federer looks unbeatable, but the bad periods will be exploited by Djokovic and Nadal. Overall played better than the matches he played in Dubai.

DrJules
03-14-2011, 08:05 AM
I watched their USO 5 setter in the stadium now that you ask. And yeah Fed played like crap today as he has been doing in outdoors in the last year. Did you watch the match or did you close your eyes when Fed missed his 1st serve? I wouldn't blame you though, I would do the latter if I were a Fedull fan.

Compared to the levels Federer set 2004 to 2007 he is at a significantly lower level and much of his play is harshly judged these days because he misses many shots he used to make.

duong
03-14-2011, 09:45 AM
Federer played very well on serve in first set, but wasted too many 0-30 chances on the Andreev serve with unforced errors. Could easily have won 1st set earlier.

Started second set well with break, but then played his only bad service game to let Andreev back in match. Serve fell below 50% during 2nd set which he will not get away doing against Djokovic and Nadal.


yes but from 2-0 Federer in second set, Andreev also played very well and deserves some credit for that.

Fed had to play a higher level in the end because Andreev really gave him a lot of trouble in the middle of second set.

Some people speak about "choking" for the error at 4-4 in the tie-break but well, Andreev really went for it :shrug: The first part of the tie-break had been very good with also Andreev lucky with a netcord.

duong
03-14-2011, 09:48 AM
He is the best, atp stats confirm it


1. Roger Federer .660 - 289-149
2. Novak Djokovic .653 - 113-60
3. Pete Sampras .637 - 274-156
4. Andy Roddick .631 - 285-167
5. John Isner .623 - 91-55
6. Rafael Nadal .614 - 121-76
7. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga .612 - 74-47
8. Marcos Baghdatis .605 - 78-51
9. Michael Stich .601 - 134-89
10. Stefan Edberg .601 - 107-71
11. Fernando Gonzalez .598 - 149-100
12. Jacco Eltingh .598 - 79-53
13. Sergi Bruguera .595 - 110-75
14. Nicolas Escude .592 - 84-58
15. Marcelo Rios .590 - 124-86

then you have his record in GS final tb's, Wimbledon finals, all GS matches in general

according to Voo de Mar, Sampras is a little bit lower than that : the ATP wouldn't take into account the stats of his early years from 1988 to 1991 included : proper thread here http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=89672

These years probably have not been counted for Edberg, Stich, Becker as well for whom Voo de Mar has different stats.

And I calculated Ashe and Newcombe who were among the best of these during their matches counted by the ATP, and Andres Gomez, McEnroe, Lendl, Becker, Muster as well should be in that list above 59%.

alter ego
03-14-2011, 09:56 AM
Good result. I must say I don't remember the last time I saw Roger hitting so very few slice backhands. He just went for flat/topspin BHs everytime. It will be intresting to see if he does the same thing against Chela. Maybe this is a new tactic that he and Annacone have thaught for the slow&high bouncing hardcourts.

Shirogane
03-14-2011, 10:59 AM
Nice win Fed.

!VamosRafa!
03-14-2011, 01:17 PM
Solid stuff from the Swiss;)

new-york
03-14-2011, 01:26 PM
So close yet so far, as per usual.

Fedebangs clutch when he needed and Andreev cannot afford any miss the he has an occasion. Too tough.

.-Federers_Mate-.
03-14-2011, 01:31 PM
It's great to see Fed still playing well into his thirties even though has level has fallen dropped so much over years. Roger epitomises what it is to be great. What a player, what a champion and what a legend. Bless

habibko
03-14-2011, 02:23 PM
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Crazy Girl
03-14-2011, 03:13 PM
Thanks Habib!!!

http://www.almightydad.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/congrats.gif


ROGER!!!

Crazy Girl
03-14-2011, 03:14 PM
Good result. I must say I don't remember the last time I saw Roger hitting so very few slice backhands. He just went for flat/topspin BHs everytime. It will be intresting to see if he does the same thing against Chela. Maybe this is a new tactic that he and Annacone have thaught for the slow&high bouncing hardcourts.:D:)

Your signature is the best ever, Alter ego!!!

Crazy Girl
03-14-2011, 03:23 PM
it's easy to overthink the situation when you play two brilliant shots in TB (*1-0 and *2-0) at the baseline only for the opponent to half-volley them back to you, it's Fed's high level that force the opponents to overplay.habib, it's all wasted time with the Doctor: let him to swim in his shit, blessfully.:p:p:p

Crazy Girl
03-14-2011, 03:31 PM
he's without a doubt the best tiebreak player of the past years at least.

he's definitely one of the top five better tiebreak players of the history of tennis. maybe the best.

:worship::worship::worship::worship:
ahahahah abraxas...your avatar...:lol::lol::lol::lol:

Crazy Girl
03-14-2011, 03:36 PM
some people don't like stats... they like nicknames ;):spit::spit::spit::spit:

ahahahah Great Kat!!:yeah:

Certinfy
03-14-2011, 04:11 PM
What a fucking shit player this Andreev, fucking hate how he fucks up all the fucking time, especially against big players!

Blackbriar
03-14-2011, 04:18 PM
What a fucking shit player this Andreev, fucking hate how he fucks up all the fucking time, especially against big players!

that's fucking true!

Nadull_tard
03-14-2011, 05:06 PM
Say what you want, but Andreev always raises up the level against Fed, he played excellent tennis in all of the 4 encounters.
If he produced this kind of performance every time, not only when Roger shows up on the other side of the court, he would be a Top 20 easily.

Certinfy
03-14-2011, 05:09 PM
Andreev only started to play fairly decent tennis when a set and break down, in the 1st set he practically didn't do anything to get to 5-5, just Federer was fucking up.

samanosuke
03-14-2011, 05:17 PM
Andreev choked to the swiss Karlovic.

Seriously, Federer is only serve and luck now. Any decent player with some balls will beat the crap out of him.

It's your luck that you are Roddick fan so people don't take you seriously


Always loved the blindness and sense of humour from Fed fans

Also like I loved retardness and sense for trolling from nadal fans

rocketassist
03-14-2011, 05:20 PM
Say what you want, but Andreev always raises up the level against Fed, he played excellent tennis in all of the 4 encounters.
If he produced this kind of performance every time, not only when Roger shows up on the other side of the court, he would be a Top 20 easily.

Players with heavy topspin have always given Fed headaches- remember Felix Mantilla grinding him into the Rome clay?

ZakMcCrack
03-14-2011, 05:32 PM
Oh dear...I sense the Three Stooges (Topspincharlatan, Mungo and ExcaliburII) are about to rouse the Worm of The World's End, disturbing its slumber with their cretinism...anyway, (nose-)pick up where you left off, guys...

Arkulari
03-14-2011, 06:33 PM
Andreev only started to play fairly decent tennis when a set and break down, in the 1st set he practically didn't do anything to get to 5-5, just Federer was fucking up.

and yet, he's the one banging Kirilenko :p ;)

luie
03-14-2011, 06:46 PM
Andreev choked to the swiss Karlovic.

Seriously, Federer is only serve and luck now. Any decent player with some balls will beat the crap out of him.
Except fatbaldian.:sad:

Jaz
03-15-2011, 12:15 AM
The highlights look good? Scoreline not so?

ExcaliburII
03-16-2011, 12:40 PM
ExcaliburII, roddickidiot called john mcenroe's live tv show and talked immediately on the radio to promote his chokes against federer.
It's your luck that you are Roddick fan so people don't take you seriously

:confused:

I am no Roddick fan

Are you on drugs or what?

Ilovetheblues_86
03-16-2011, 02:05 PM
He can be whenever he wants. Thats why he is the master. :cool: :bowdown:

ExcaliburII
03-16-2011, 02:48 PM
thank.

and just for the record, I want Roddick to win because I have a freaking outright bet on him to win indian wells.