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What tactics does/should Nadal employ against Djokovic, esp. Djokovic v.2.0?

MuzzahLovah
10-20-2011, 10:48 PM
With a confrontation looming at WTF, or even earlier in Paris, how should Nadal turn around his year against Djokovic?

Roadmap
10-20-2011, 10:53 PM
Nadull should remember the glory days when he led Faker 14-4 in the head to head.

Roadmap
10-20-2011, 11:00 PM
I know he has lost matches this year against eggman after winning the first set (Indian wells and Miami) but winning the first set would help. In four consecutive matches against Djokovic he has lost the first set.

Saberq
10-20-2011, 11:04 PM
pray

Roadmap
10-20-2011, 11:07 PM
Learn how to serve.

Pirata.
10-21-2011, 12:46 AM
Pray for death.

He should speak to Roger and ask him what the secret to beating Novak is.

Saberq
10-21-2011, 01:06 AM
Pray for death.

He should speak to Roger and ask him what the secret to beating Novak is.

yeah because he did a great job this year....4-1 for Nole

Topspindoctor
10-21-2011, 01:10 AM
Learn how to properly serve, especially the out-wide slice serve

Flat inside out FH/FH DTL.

Stop hitting to backhand all the time :o

Naudio Spanlatine
10-21-2011, 02:57 AM
he needs his good friend Feli to teach him how to serve:o

he needs to look at his usopen 2010 footage(he was fantastic in all cynliders

he needs to hit deeper flatter shots more often in EVERY surface

he needs to stop being stubborn at times

he needs to make his BH(use to be his biggest weapon) to be his second weapon again

he needs to get NOVAK DJOKOVIC outta his head:facepalm:

:scratch:

Topspindoctor
10-21-2011, 03:07 AM
Some poster on this forum (Pirata I think) mentioned Nadal has trouble creating the sharp out-wide angle when serving because he's not a natural lefty like Lopez and Verdasco are. Could there be some truth in that? If you watch Lopez serve out wide the angle is absolutely sick, he wins so many free points with that lefty serve... Nadal these days, not so much. I've been watching the newly hyped ballbasher lefty Kvitova on WTA tour and embarrassingly, even she can create a better angle with her serve than Nadal.

He should really hire a serve coach, his problem is NOT ground game (although he could incorporate DTL backhand into his arsenal), but serve, I've said a million times I think. Not only is his first serve shit right now, his second serve, which used to be decent and reliable has deteriorated (just watch how many times Nadal DF'd this year)

Naudio Spanlatine
10-21-2011, 03:23 AM
Some poster on this forum (Pirata I think) mentioned Nadal has trouble creating the sharp out-wide angle when serving because he's not a natural lefty like Lopez and Verdasco are. Could there be some truth in that? If you watch Lopez serve out wide the angle is absolutely sick, he wins so many free points with that lefty serve... Nadal these days, not so much. I've been watching the newly hyped ballbasher lefty Kvitova on WTA tour and embarrassingly, even she can create a better angle with her serve than Nadal.

He should really hire a serve coach, his problem is NOT ground game (although he could incorporate DTL backhand into his arsenal), but serve, I've said a million times I think. Not only is his first serve shit right now, his second serve, which used to be decent and reliable has deteriorated (just watch how many times Nadal DF'd this year)

OMG this is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO true, usually "NATURAL" left handers tend to do better at out-wide serves than any other righties(including Nadal), this is a great point especially when you brought up Kvitova(a.k.a. Kvitty), when i saw her play in Linz she was jus a BEAST, i mean yes she makes crazy easy errors but when her groundies are solid and consistant NO ONE can touch her, and her SERVE is such a deadly weapon, yes its not big, but jus enough can be extremely dangerous, especially if you add that side spin at the last second, this is why i major respect for left-hand players because their game is so exciting to watch, and Nando and Feli are incredible w/ their serves, Nandos best serve is actually down the T, i saw him use that serve most of the time and it works wonders for his game while his good friend Feli best serve is out-wide serve, i think Nadal should look at Kvitova matches on how to serve because shes serves incredibly well under pressure, and look up to his friend feli and nando for advice on how to tinker the serve,

now on the groudies, Nando hits alot flatter than both feli and rafa, he reminds me of his former gf(i should admit old flame) Ivanovic on how he hits and redirect his FH so well, but he adds spin while Ivanovic doesnt(dont remind me of what happened to her), rafa needs to learn how to hit his groundies like Nando because when nandos groundies is on its hard to break down tbh, i saw him play against rafa in Aus open sf 09, and the high quality of that match was the best ive ever seen that year, the way nando took it to rafa was jus unbelievable i thought he was gonna upset rafa for the first time in his career, but this loss tbh changed his confidence SIGNIFICANILY he was not performing consistantly like he did in 08 and back, so thats my theory for you on this subject

EDIT: the best match of 2009 BY FAR and the whole tournament
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_5-FcP4aec
Nando where is this in your game:sobbing: :bigcry:

look at these highlights of Kvitova
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDW8nKIKml0&feature=player_embedded
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw63YCL8MU4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYDx6H1bewA

and lemme add her wimbledon winner special
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R26RvRctz4Q

EDIT PART 2
Now to think about it what Ivanovic and Verdasco have in common is
Full of confidence on a consistant basis = Hard to beat :inlove: :bigclap: :bolt: :hearts:
Lack of confidence in almost every tournament = Tragic ending to the story:sobbing: :help: :o :facepalm:

The Magician
10-21-2011, 03:42 AM
Have Uncle tony make him disappear :eek: Within the game of tennis he has no chance.

Naudio Spanlatine
10-21-2011, 04:38 AM
you wish that would happen:devil:

ballbasher101
10-21-2011, 05:31 AM
Raise the white flag. Nadal has always had trouble with the Djoker but Djokovic never believed in himself enough. Nadal also had a physical advantage but that is gone. Tennis wise Djokovic was always more talented. The Djokovic-Nadal rivalry reminds me of the Federer-Hewitt rivalry except that Nadal is 10 times the player Hewitt was.

nadalwon2012
10-21-2011, 05:36 AM
It won't matter what Nadal does, Djokovic is heading for early retirement with a back injury like this at age 24. Nadal just has to maintain his level. Nadal and Murray will be top 2.

Maintain what level? The one where he went from being a set up against Murray in a final to being bageled by him in the deciding set? Or the one where he crashed out to Florian Mayer?
It's pretty clear that Djoko2.0 has stolen Nadal's mojo, and until Nadal beats him he's not getting it back- he'll just become more vulnerable to other players like what happened to Fed after losing on Grass and Hard to Nadal.

Yep, Nadal is really vulnerable to players like Dodig, Fish, Murray, but when the slams come, those guys seem to fade. Nadal beat Murray at the US Open for the first time ever, and is 4-1 vs Murray this year, including 3-0 in slams this year. The gap has never been greater.

Nadal has made 6 of the last 7 gs finals. That is the level I'm talking about. That equates to winning 3 slams per year when Djokovic's level slips, and it will, because he's not good enough to maintain it. Just as Nadal's level slipped from 2008 to 2009, jumped up again in 2010 and slipped from 2010 to 2011. Nobody can sustain their best level, everybody is up and down. Nadal need not even return to his more polished level of 2010, he can simply maintain 2011 level and take advantage of Djokovic's level dropping.

The difference is, Djokovic's 'off-year' is not good. Nadal's 'off-year' is reaching GS finals.

Pirata.
10-21-2011, 05:40 AM
yeah because he did a great job this year....4-1 for Nole

7-6(3), 7-5, 6-4
6-7(5), 3-6, 6-3, 6-7(5)
6-7(7), 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 7-5

Their three slam meetings have all been VERY close and had Muger Chokerer (:o) gotten his shit together and taken that second MP at USO, he would've beaten Novak twice. Out of the two, Roger is the only one who held a two-set lead over Novak in a slam and he did it twice on two different surfaces, winning one and mugging up and losing the other.

He's the only person to record a legitimate win over Novak this year and there's a reason for that.

Pirata.
10-21-2011, 05:42 AM
Some poster on this forum (Pirata I think) mentioned Nadal has trouble creating the sharp out-wide angle when serving because he's not a natural lefty like Lopez and Verdasco are.

I do vaguely remember saying something about them having an advantage with a lefty serve, so you might be right :D

MuzzahLovah
10-21-2011, 05:42 AM
It won't matter what Nadal does, Djokovic is heading for early retirement with a back injury like this at age 24. Nadal just has to maintain his level. Nadal and Murray will be top 2.

Maintain what level? The one where he went from being a set up against Murray in a final to being bageled by him in the deciding set? Or the one where he crashed out to Florian Mayer?
It's pretty clear that Djoko2.0 has stolen Nadal's mojo, and until Nadal beats him he's not getting it back- he'll just become more vulnerable to other players like what happened to Fed after losing on Grass and Hard to Nadal.

MuzzahLovah
10-21-2011, 05:45 AM
7-6(3), 7-5, 6-4
6-7(5), 3-6, 6-3, 6-7(5)
6-7(7), 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 7-5

Their three slam meetings have all been VERY close and had Muger Chokerer (:o) gotten his shit together and taken that second MP at USO, he would've beaten Novak twice. Out of the two, Roger is the only one who held a two-set lead over Novak in a slam and he did it twice on two different surfaces, winning one and mugging up and losing the other.

He's the only person to record a legitimate win over Novak this year and there's a reason for that.

The only reason for that is that Djokovic decided to bail on Murray and DelPo to steal their victory away, where as he knew all he to do was get past Olderer to the final where Nadal would roll over, so he fought till the end at the FO.

Sri
10-21-2011, 06:53 AM
He needs to work on his right handed forehand. This is the future of tennis, two forehands.

Kworb
10-21-2011, 09:34 AM
All he needs to do is play as well as he used to, then he will beat Djokovic most of the time.

Rodre Fegassi
10-21-2011, 10:18 AM
Learn how to properly serve, especially the out-wide slice serve

Flat inside out FH/FH DTL.

Stop hitting to backhand all the time :o

Errr, no. This is Nadal's bread and butter - and he shouldn't swap it against anyone - not even Djokovic.

If anything, Nadal should hit MORE to Djokovic's backhand - literally every serve, groundstroke and volley should be right in Djokovic's backhand corner.

The one thing Nadal might wanna do over the off-season is hit the barbells and protein shakes and bulk up maybe 40lbs, get much better upper and lower body maximal strength and power which will translate to faster maximal speed and greater court coverage AND greater racket head acceleration which will result in much more topspin. He already hits twice the amount of topspin out of anyone on the tour but he needs to hit about 4 times as much topspin as he already hits. I have no idea why tennis players these days wanna resemble anorexic women - the fastest people in the world (olympic sprinters) are totally jacked and extremely heavy for their height - all of the weight being muscle of course.

Get those RPM's absolutely cranked, make every groundstroke ball jump 15ft over Djokovic's head and we'll see if the Djoker is still smiling. Even the best 2-handed backhand can be abused and manipulated, if Nadal puts the physical work in over the winter he shall return with a vengeance next year. He should come back resembling the Hulk more than a squealing little roasted pig.

So, comclusion: Nadal should extremely heavy topspin to Djokovic's backhand all the time. Ie. he should do what he's always done, but do it 500% better - tennis is not a thinking man's game simple tactics work the best.

Jamoz
10-21-2011, 10:28 AM
Errr, no. This is Nadal's bread and butter - and he shouldn't swap it against anyone - not even Djokovic.

If anything, Nadal should hit MORE to Djokovic's backhand - literally every serve, groundstroke and volley should be right in Djokovic's backhand corner.

The one thing Nadal might wanna do over the off-season is hit the barbells and protein shakes and bulk up maybe 40lbs, get much better upper and lower body maximal strength and power which will translate to faster maximal speed and greater court coverage AND greater racket head acceleration which will result in much more topspin. He already hits twice the amount of topspin out of anyone on the tour but he needs to hit about 4 times as much topspin as he already hits. I have no idea why tennis players these days wanna resemble anorexic women - the fastest people in the world (olympic sprinters) are totally jacked and extremely heavy for their height - all of the weight being muscle of course.

Get those RPM's absolutely cranked, make every groundstroke ball jump 15ft over Djokovic's head and we'll see if the Djoker is still smiling. Even the best 2-handed backhand can be abused and manipulated, if Nadal puts the physical work in over the winter he shall return with a vengeance next year. He should come back resembling the Hulk more than a squealing little roasted pig.

So, comclusion: Nadal should extremely heavy topspin to Djokovic's backhand all the time. Ie. he should do what he's always done, but do it 500% better - tennis is not a thinking man's game simple tactics work the best.

That is some quality trolling! please continue :worship:

Saberq
10-21-2011, 11:49 AM
Yep, Nadal is really vulnerable to players like Dodig, Fish, Murray, but when the slams come, those guys seem to fade. Nadal beat Murray at the US Open for the first time ever, and is 4-1 vs Murray this year, including 3-0 in slams this year. The gap has never been greater.

Nadal has made 6 of the last 7 gs finals. That is the level I'm talking about. That equates to winning 3 slams per year when Djokovic's level slips, and it will, because he's not good enough to maintain it. Just as Nadal's level slipped from 2008 to 2009, jumped up again in 2010 and slipped from 2010 to 2011. Nobody can sustain their best level, everybody is up and down. Nadal need not even return to his more polished level of 2010, he can simply maintain 2011 level and take advantage of Djokovic's level dropping.

The difference is, Djokovic's 'off-year' is not good. Nadal's 'off-year' is reaching GS finals.

another moron double account by Bullzilla and The Rafael Nadal saying stupid idiotic stuff

Sophocles
10-21-2011, 11:59 AM
Enter tournaments where Djoker is absent from the draw.

Time Violation
10-21-2011, 12:36 PM
Their three slam meetings have all been VERY close and had Muger Chokerer (:o) gotten his shit together and taken that second MP at USO, he would've beaten Novak twice.

That goes both ways... if Nole didn't choke serving for the 4th at RG, Federer would most likely have 0 wins now :)

oomph
10-21-2011, 01:20 PM
yeah because he did a great job this year....4-1 for Nole

who gives a fuck? He beat him once more than anyone else in the world. Also, almost winning is just about as good as winning in this discussion since Nadal couldn't do either.

Forehander
10-21-2011, 07:00 PM
flat forehand easily. i have no idea why Nadal given so many short ball opportunities to his forehand he would always just try to hit a massive reverse forehand topspin to Djokovic's backhand. It may work on Federer and others, but clearly it's not working on a guy who can return balls on the backhand side even on full stretch.

Pirata.
10-21-2011, 07:04 PM
That goes both ways... if Nole didn't choke serving for the 4th at RG, Federer would most likely have 0 wins now :)

Debatable.

Saberq
10-21-2011, 07:35 PM
who gives a fuck? He beat him once more than anyone else in the world. Also, almost winning is just about as good as winning in this discussion since Nadal couldn't do either.

than Novak almost beat Fed in US Open for 3 years prior to 2010

romismak
10-21-2011, 08:13 PM
Actually there is not much Nadal can do. Always he had troubles with Nole, i mean all their matches were pretty close even on clay- Rafa´s best surface. But Rafa always somehow won their matches- thanks to his physicall and mentall advantage over Nole. This season mental advantage has Nole in their matches and physically are probably even. So those 2 things Rafa had in past are gone.
That means Nole is now better player- and he always was in term of talent, shotmaking - return, serve. So Rafa need to work on Nole´s weaknesses and there aren´t right now. So he must use his weapons to make them better- his FH is world-class shot, but not against Nole. So he need to make more points from his FH - that can be done only flattening it - he can hit FH bombs and take time from Nole with flattening
2-BH to work again - his BH used to be one of best BH on the tour. Right now it is joke. So he needs to start hitting BH DTL, and stop moonballing from BH wing.
3- better serve, better return - he can serve better for sure and must be more agressive on return. Nole´s serve isn´t such great, so he has possibilities there to be better on return.

Generally those are few things to change, few points, few BP that can decide the winner. Their matches have been always close, but Rafa was used to win close matches thanks to physicall-mentall aspects- clearly he was physically superior to Nole and had the mental edge, self-believe against him - on other side Nole was lackins that mental strenght against Rafa - because he was affected by some close losses - like most of their clay matches - Madrid for instance- when after great clay court season he lost to Kohli early in RG 09. On HC when Nole was playing good he was beating Rafa in straight sets- on HC he was confident. Confidence is very important in their matches i think.

Nole fan
10-21-2011, 08:59 PM
Hire Todd Martin to fix his serve. check. :lol:

Nole fan
10-21-2011, 09:04 PM
he needs his good friend Feli to teach him how to serve:o

he needs to look at his usopen 2010 footage(he was fantastic in all cynliders

he needs to hit deeper flatter shots more often in EVERY surface

he needs to stop being stubborn at times

he needs to make his BH(use to be his biggest weapon) to be his second weapon again

he needs to get NOVAK DJOKOVIC outta his head:facepalm:

:scratch:

He already did. He said before the match that he had seen that video a dozen times and that he knew what he had to do. Clearly, he didn't. At the US Open, more than at any other tournament, Nole looked very superior to Rafa. Any lead that Rafa got after a lot of hardcore and painful rallies was nullified in the following game by Nole. That destroyed Nadal's confidence. I don't think we will see any change in the next year, unless Novak starts playing shit again. :shrug:

Nole fan
10-21-2011, 09:09 PM
Yep, Nadal is really vulnerable to players like Dodig, Fish, Murray, but when the slams come, those guys seem to fade. Nadal beat Murray at the US Open for the first time ever, and is 4-1 vs Murray this year, including 3-0 in slams this year. The gap has never been greater.

Nadal has made 6 of the last 7 gs finals. That is the level I'm talking about. That equates to winning 3 slams per year when Djokovic's level slips, and it will, because he's not good enough to maintain it. Just as Nadal's level slipped from 2008 to 2009, jumped up again in 2010 and slipped from 2010 to 2011. Nobody can sustain their best level, everybody is up and down. Nadal need not even return to his more polished level of 2010, he can simply maintain 2011 level and take advantage of Djokovic's level dropping.

The difference is, Djokovic's 'off-year' is not good. Nadal's 'off-year' is reaching GS finals.

First, saying that Nole is not good enough to maintain his level this year is just wishful thinking from a rafatard. :stupid:
Second, Nadal hasn't got an 'off year', dude, what drug are you on? He reached almost every final and he was stopped every freaking time by the serbian machine. Had Djokovic been out of his way, you'd be talking now of Rafa's best year ever.

MuzzahLovah
10-21-2011, 10:05 PM
Hire Todd Martin to fix his serve. check. :lol:

That was my favorite option. :haha:

Everko
01-26-2012, 03:17 PM
In the final he needs to make sure Djokovic is worn down. He is still the more fit than Nole

MIMIC
01-26-2012, 03:25 PM
Hope someone else beats him? Convince him to rehire Todd Martin? Get him to eat some pizza? :shrug:

luie
01-26-2012, 03:30 PM
There is nothing nadull can do.
The match is simply out of his hands.
He already made his deposit in a pink dress.

Spierbal
01-26-2012, 03:45 PM
Djokovic has a few weaknesses that one can still exploit. However, these tactics are slightly outside of Nadal's comfort zone, it must be said. However, Nadal stands a very good chance of winning if he can execute the following: a good slice, learn to a kick serve like Belluci/Lopez, change pace a la Tomic and finish points at the net when the opportunity presents themselves. So to sum it up, Rafa must hope that Djoko's level drops or maybe someone else takes him out.

tommyg6
01-26-2012, 03:47 PM
the only way he's gonna win is that he puts something in Nole's drinks cuz other than that, there's no legimate way he's gonna beat Nole.

piksi
01-26-2012, 04:42 PM
Since Novak doesn't have obvious weakness one would have to outplay him which seems to be hard for the rest of the field. Serve has to be huge especially the 2nd serve. One also has to dominate the match, dictate what happens on the court. You will not beat Novak by pushing.

Rafaspin
01-26-2012, 05:13 PM
Winning the first set might be a start. 131-1 in GS when winning the first set now? That might just be too be big a stat for even Djokovic to beat if Rafa somehow clutches the first set.

Rafaspin
01-26-2012, 05:16 PM
I've seen nothing from Rafa to suggest that he'll be vastly improved against Novak. Losing in 4 sets is as close he would get on current form. Only that stat i mentioned above could somehow turn the tide and give Rafa a possible win. He needs to win the first set otherwise goodnight!

Rafaspin
01-26-2012, 05:20 PM
Oh and it should be mentioned it's obvious ending the rot against Novak has been Rafa's and Toni's entire build up to this season. 3 grams added to the top of the racket, less running around the to the forehand, less camping in the backhand and consistent on court coaching regarding getting more depth on his backhand. If Novak flattens him again it could be mentally devastating for Rafa's 2012 season.

Sorry for the 3 posts in a row. I wanted to give a rafa fans insight without tarding it up and saying "Novaks gonna lose" and giving Novak the respect he deserves from a Rafa fan.

nadalwon2012
01-27-2012, 04:59 AM
I think Nadal's game is too good for Djok right now. In 2011, Nadal's game was a just a bit off the pace (and even than, Nadal breadsticked Djok at Wimbledon and had a tight 4th set). At the US Open, Nadal was not well-prepared physically, because he couldn't train after Wimbledon due to a foot injury, so when he reached down for stamina in the 4th set at USO it wasn't there. Nadal is at peak fitness here in Australia.

pray-for-palestine-and-israel
01-27-2012, 05:01 AM
bring lube

enjoy the novak train

Nole fan
01-27-2012, 05:03 AM
Oh and it should be mentioned it's obvious ending the rot against Novak has been Rafa's and Toni's entire build up to this season. 3 grams added to the top of the racket, less running around the to the forehand, less camping in the backhand and consistent on court coaching regarding getting more depth on his backhand. If Novak flattens him again it could be mentally devastating for Rafa's 2012 season.

Sorry for the 3 posts in a row. I wanted to give a rafa fans insight without tarding it up and saying "Novaks gonna lose" and giving Novak the respect he deserves from a Rafa fan.

Honest, unbiased Rafa fan. Thanks for the input. :yeah:
Let's keep ignoring the guy who posted below you. What a mug. :rolleyes:

jackjill888
01-27-2012, 05:04 AM
try bending over at a more comfortable position for nole to whoop his ass .

nadalwon2012
01-27-2012, 05:04 AM
I've been impressed with the consistency of Nadal's backhand the last few matches. He doesn't need to hit winners with the backhand, just has to keep Djok honest and prevent Djok's down-the-line winners. It's good enough now to do that.

Roddickominator
01-27-2012, 05:26 AM
Getting better at calling the coin toss is his only hope.

Rafaspin
01-27-2012, 05:27 AM
Dunno about that, last night fed was moonballing to Nadals BH to draw simple errors - and it was working. Rafa's BH was awful until the 4th set last night.

duong
01-27-2012, 03:26 PM
I've seen nothing from Rafa to suggest that he'll be vastly improved against Novak.

I'm not a Nadalfan but it seems to me that he has much more used the forehand down-the-line in this tournament than in all previous ones.

In US Open final, he had already started to try to use it more against Djokovic, and it was effective for a while, but he didn't do it as much as in this tournament where he has done it much more from the first round.

It's important for one reason : as Nadal said himself, he is "too predictable", and especially for Djokovic, who seems to anticipate all of his shots very well.

And this forehand down the line of Nadal's can be brutal, especially in alternance with his crosscourt forehand.

Of course the serve is also very important for Nadal : 2010 was his best year on serve, not at all on the baseline, and when you look at his stats from one year to another, he has brutal changes in the number of points he wins on serve, and his best years (2008 and 2010, also 2007) were his best years on serve especially.

The backhand as well is important : it's not yet back at his best level of the second part of 2008-beginning of 2009, but it's not as bad as it was in some patches of 2010 (yes his best year but his backhand was often crap that year)

However, if Djokovic is fully fit, I still think he will beat Nadal 3 out of 4 times. The main reason why Nadal may beat Djokovic is the physical fight ... and he knows it : that was the main factor he wanted to use in the US Open final, and he was not so far from succeeding on this point despite being technically completely outplayed.

This time hot temperature on sunday, slow surface, Djokovic not fully fit, having played 5 hours on friday, it will be ideal.

Right On
01-27-2012, 03:35 PM
Stay at home :lol:. On a more serious note, he needs to cut down on unforced errors and hope to outrun a maybe not 100% fit Djokovic. That's the way he won in the distant past and it's his only chance now. There's really not much more he can do, it's not as if he will suddenly find that aggressive game that puts pressure on Djokovic. Fed and to some extent Murray have that game, Nadal hasn't.

TheRafaelNadal
01-27-2012, 04:14 PM
Play well and not drop his level. He'll win.