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Federer's won every Slam in which Nadal was omitted

Backhand_Maestro
08-03-2012, 10:31 PM
Will the Olympics prove the same ?.

Li Ching Yuen
08-03-2012, 10:32 PM
Nadal hasn't lost a match while healthy, will the streak continue?

mystic ice cube
08-03-2012, 10:34 PM
Nadal hasn't lost a match while healthy, will the streak continue?
LMAO

PiggyGotRoasted
08-03-2012, 10:35 PM
Nadal hasn't lost a match while healthy, will the streak continue?

Rep +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

chenx15
08-03-2012, 10:36 PM
Nadal hasn't lost a match while healthy, will the streak continue?

too good... way too good

Mountaindewslave
08-03-2012, 10:51 PM
Nadal hasn't lost a match while healthy, will the streak continue?

you are obviously making fun BUT it's true that Nadal rarely loses when healthy. this is something that obviously will often occur with players who are frequently injured though.... they get injured, are gone for a while, come back again, peak, injure, leave... and all over again.

Nadal has been top player for many years now because he wins such a high percent of his matches when on, this is just common sense. and it's a fact you can correlate a lot of his shocking and big losses at big events to injury related problems. clearly he wasn't all there Wimbledon 2012, Australian Open 2011, Australia 2010, Roland Garros 2009/Wimbledon 2009 he didn't play, on and on

genuine harsh defeats include Del Potro 2009 US OPEN, Gonzalez Australia OPen 2007, Tsonga Australian Open 2008,and a handful of defeats by Djokovic in 2011.

the point? the point is that Nadal when 'in the zone' so to speak (which is quite a lot of the time), challenges for titles and typically comes very close to winning. clearly times of which he gets destroyed are typically ones in which he is not fully healthy, often nursing some sort of injuries.

the irony is that so many people on here over the years point out how Nadal has such a horrible game style prone to injuries, and when he finally begins to get injuries now and then, they call him a fluke or faker or whatever. completely illogical.

Li Ching Yuen
08-03-2012, 10:56 PM
you are obviously making fun BUT it's true that Nadal rarely loses when healthy. this is something that obviously will often occur with players who are frequently injured though.... they get injured, are gone for a while, come back again, peak, injure, leave... and all over again.

Nadal has been top player for many years now because he wins such a high percent of his matches when on, this is just common sense. and it's a fact you can correlate a lot of his shocking and big losses at big events to injury related problems. clearly he wasn't all there Wimbledon 2012, Australian Open 2011, Australia 2010, Roland Garros 2009/Wimbledon 2009 he didn't play, on and on

genuine harsh defeats include Del Potro 2009 US OPEN, Gonzalez Australia OPen 2007, Tsonga Australian Open 2008,and a handful of defeats by Djokovic in 2011.

the point? the point is that Nadal when 'in the zone' so to speak (which is quite a lot of the time), challenges for titles and typically comes very close to winning. clearly times of which he gets destroyed are typically ones in which he is not fully healthy, often nursing some sort of injuries.

the irony is that so many people on here over the years point out how Nadal has such a horrible game style prone to injuries, and when he finally begins to get injuries now and then, they call him a fluke or faker or whatever. completely illogical.

Just the post that I was about to write but I didn't have time for it.

HKz
08-03-2012, 11:04 PM
you are obviously making fun BUT it's true that Nadal rarely loses when healthy. this is something that obviously will often occur with players who are frequently injured though.... they get injured, are gone for a while, come back again, peak, injure, leave... and all over again.

Nadal has been top player for many years now because he wins such a high percent of his matches when on, this is just common sense. and it's a fact you can correlate a lot of his shocking and big losses at big events to injury related problems. clearly he wasn't all there Wimbledon 2012, Australian Open 2011, Australia 2010, Roland Garros 2009/Wimbledon 2009 he didn't play, on and on

genuine harsh defeats include Del Potro 2009 US OPEN, Gonzalez Australia OPen 2007, Tsonga Australian Open 2008,and a handful of defeats by Djokovic in 2011.

the point? the point is that Nadal when 'in the zone' so to speak (which is quite a lot of the time), challenges for titles and typically comes very close to winning. clearly times of which he gets destroyed are typically ones in which he is not fully healthy, often nursing some sort of injuries.

the irony is that so many people on here over the years point out how Nadal has such a horrible game style prone to injuries, and when he finally begins to get injuries now and then, they call him a fluke or faker or whatever. completely illogical.

*sees poster's name* *sees what they are quoting* definitely tl;dr

PiggyGotRoasted
08-03-2012, 11:16 PM
you are obviously making fun BUT it's true that Nadal rarely loses when healthy. this is something that obviously will often occur with players who are frequently injured though.... they get injured, are gone for a while, come back again, peak, injure, leave... and all over again.

Nadal has been top player for many years now because he wins such a high percent of his matches when on, this is just common sense. and it's a fact you can correlate a lot of his shocking and big losses at big events to injury related problems. clearly he wasn't all there Wimbledon 2012, Australian Open 2011, Australia 2010, Roland Garros 2009/Wimbledon 2009 he didn't play, on and on

genuine harsh defeats include Del Potro 2009 US OPEN, Gonzalez Australia OPen 2007, Tsonga Australian Open 2008,and a handful of defeats by Djokovic in 2011.

the point? the point is that Nadal when 'in the zone' so to speak (which is quite a lot of the time), challenges for titles and typically comes very close to winning. clearly times of which he gets destroyed are typically ones in which he is not fully healthy, often nursing some sort of injuries.

the irony is that so many people on here over the years point out how Nadal has such a horrible game style prone to injuries, and when he finally begins to get injuries now and then, they call him a fluke or faker or whatever. completely illogical.

tl/pd(Predicted Gibberish);dr

Looner
08-03-2012, 11:18 PM
Nadal hasn't lost a match while healthy, will the streak continue?

Just the post that I was about to write but I didn't have time for it.

*sees poster's name* *sees what they are quoting* definitely tl;dr

tl/pd(Predicted Gibberish);dr

What a combo :haha:.

finishingmove
08-03-2012, 11:19 PM
Seems like a vulturish stat. :scratch: No offense meant.

IOFH
08-03-2012, 11:21 PM
French Open 2004

rocketassist
08-03-2012, 11:26 PM
French Open 2004

Correct, Nadal out injured.

Wonder how he'd have fared at that event.

HKz
08-03-2012, 11:33 PM
Correct, Nadal out injured.

Wonder how he'd have fared at that event.

He would have done OK I suppose. Ironically, however, before his clay spree in 2005, he actually seemed to be a bit more effective on hardcourts, because of he used to rocket that forehand all day. Those two matches against Lleyton in Australia 2004/2005 were quite evident of his forehand power.

sportstennis
08-03-2012, 11:34 PM
lol

yesh222
08-03-2012, 11:38 PM
It's interesting to note, but ultimately irrelevant. Most of his wins came in Slams Nadal was in and he did lose some with Nadal in them to players other than Nadal (2009 USO, last year AO, Wimbly, USO, and more).