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04-18-2017 06:56 AM
abraxas21
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Clay Death View Post
Roger will enter the Rome masters the last minute.
Negative, soldier. The Swiss Assassin will not play Rome.

We're sorry to tell you that your now stripped off your General rank. You have been demoted to Colonel now.
04-18-2017 01:01 AM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

Roger will enter the Rome masters the last minute.


as a wild card.


he knows he is making a mistake by skipping Rome.


now lets hope he reads MTF and this thread.
04-17-2017 04:16 PM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

Roger can beat most players while dragging behind him---on a large steel chain---a large farm animal and using a frying pan instead of a tennis racquet.


the word "impossible" is not even allowed to be a part of his mental apparatus.


he attacks the impossible first and then settles down to do the difficult.



translation: he will play and compete for as long as he bloody well pleases. that means 45 to 46.
04-17-2017 03:38 PM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Han Solo View Post
Not a chance, but I love your faith in the old man.

impossible is nothing for Roger.


in fact he usually tackles the impossible first.
04-17-2017 12:48 PM
Han Solo
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Clay Death View Post
I think Roger will play and compete until he is 45.
Not a chance, but I love your faith in the old man.
04-17-2017 12:11 PM
Spectator75 Ok seems like Federer is waiting for the weather report to determine whether he would play FO or not...
04-17-2017 03:54 AM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by wikileekxx View Post
Interesting thoughts from the Maestro.


interesting indeed.
04-16-2017 05:16 PM
abraxas21
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Clay Death View Post
produce just one excuse for your presence here.
To bring some sense of reality into the constant bullshit you bring to MTF, you absolute clown.

Federer might play until he's 45... in the seniors tour.
04-16-2017 03:58 PM
wikileekxx
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by swiss_tennisgod View Post
But at least, Federer is convinced he could also play great on clay:

At the French, you would play without any match-experience on clay. Is it even realistic to be ambitious?

I can play my attacking hardcourt tennis also on clay. This works very well. If it's dry in Paris, then the conditions are quick, maybe even quicker than Wimbledon. It could be totally interesting to see how i play on clay. The plan is to keep playing agressive so i don't have to switch my style of play for grass. And sometime, when i'm pushed back, i want to use clay to my advantage. I proved 2009 that I can win the French Open with that kind of tennis.

Source: Roger Federer: «Ich muss nicht auch noch kitschig aufhören» - watson
Interesting thoughts from the Maestro.
04-16-2017 12:42 PM
Orka_n
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Clay Death View Post
produce just one excuse for your presence here.
Yeahh you think it's more likely that Roger will play until he's 45? Dumbass.
04-16-2017 12:03 PM
David Lee
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Clay Death View Post
Clay Death The Destroyer cannot die.
right
04-16-2017 01:43 AM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by abraxas21 View Post
didn't he say he is one more injury away from retirement?

produce just one excuse for your presence here.



now beat it. go play outside. with other 11 year olds.
04-16-2017 01:42 AM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by masterclass View Post
It looks like Roger will play only exhibition matches up until Roland Garros (if he plays).

He has work to do in practice. Clay helps the ground game.

Translation: He can't roll out of bed and win Wimbledon with his serve alone. Everything must be firing, especially his return of serve.

I am not entirely happy with the Swiss Maestro, but it is most important that he is healthy and fresh. Rust can be shaken off in the grass warm up events.

Respectfully,
masterclass


outstanding post general.


the war has to be waged from the backcourt.
04-16-2017 01:41 AM
abraxas21
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by masterclass View Post
Confirmed. Roger will probably play tennis into his 40's and 50's.
didn't he say he is one more injury away from retirement?
04-16-2017 01:40 AM
Clay Death
Re: Federer : The Mother Of All Quests : 20 Slams And 100 Titles.

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Originally Posted by Secondeuce View Post
I don't think so. Unless he plans to play the clay just like hardcourt - with abbreviated strokes, half-volleying from the baseline etc. He won't go far on clay playing like this though - I'd expect no further than 4R.

I don't see how the clay-court game of big cuts should help tuning his groundgame to the grass.

that is because you just don't understand modern tennis as it is played today.



no worries mate. we will explain everything at this legendary thread.



the war must be waged from the backcourt.

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