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01-18-2013 05:04 PM
Nole fan
Re: Federer outsmarts Dangerdenko 6-3 6-4 6-4

Just really eager to watch Tomic school Fed.
01-18-2013 04:13 PM
Allez
Re: Davydenko bitter

Balderenko Bitterenko Rogi taught him another lesson. Get away!
01-18-2013 01:58 PM
duong
Re: Federer outsmarts Dangerdenko 6-3 6-4 6-4

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Originally Posted by ProdigyEng View Post
Like I said jack earlier jack ass, the words 'tough' and 'hard' do not exist in Federer's vocabulary. All his delusional fans might thing he has a tough draw, but I'm pretty sure he is confident of winning against any opponent.
of course he is confident (I also became confident when I saw his fitness in his match against Paire, and when I saw the stats of Davydenko struggling against Sela) but here are his words :

- about Paire's match : (about not playing any warm-up tournaments) "of course, maybe somewhere you do feel more pressure going into the first round" (pre-tournament interview) ; about Paire himself "he can be a tricky opponent, you know" (post-match interview)

- about Davydenko's match : (before-match interview)
"You always have to expect that out of Davydenko to face if I were to play him, and not the one who's not been playing so well. It was two years ago I think he really struggled with his serve, but seems like he's coming back around. I had a very close match with him in Rotterdam last year. Should have won in two; ended up being 4 All, Love 40 in the third. I was very close of losing. Next thing you know, nobody talks about it. I went on to win the tournament and nobody talks about Nikolay. So it's nice to see him playing well again. And if I do play well against him, you're aware that he is a top player who can do a lot of damage. I better be well prepared and play well."

- about Tomic : "It seems he's playing well. Obviously a difficult matchup in terms of early in the tournament. But I've got to be ready, so I'm looking forward to the match." and many other things ...

- about Raonic (if he defeats Kohli which is not easy at all) : no need to recall what happened in their previous matches ...

Fed lives in the real world, not like MTFers, he knows that uncertainty is a big part of sport, and he said last year that he used to underrate his lower-ranked opponents in his early years but would never do it again.

And if you look at his answers, you will see that he clearly knew that he had a dangerous draw in early rounds. But contrary to us who didn't know his form, he knew that he was very fit.
01-18-2013 01:43 PM
Sophocles
Re: Federer outsmarts Dangerdenko 6-3 6-4 6-4

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Originally Posted by ProdigyEng View Post
Like I said jack earlier jack ass, the words 'tough' and 'hard' do not exist in Federer's vocabulary. All his delusional fans might thing he has a tough draw, but I'm pretty sure he is confident of winning against any opponent. Like I've said countless times, he's Roger Federer, the GOAT, not some mug. Maybe if this was a draw for other top 10 players i.e (Berdych, Tipsy, Ferrer, Clownga), then maybe it would be considered tough for them... but it's not there draws, it's the draw of someone who can beat anyone, on any given day, on any given surface, slow or fast.... But whatever keep crying over his draw.
You are missing the point. Try an analogy. Tutor at elite university sets a series of incredibly difficult equations for his best students to solve, saying if they collaborate they might get it done by the end of the week. Just as he finishes talking and the students are wondering how in hell they're going to do it, the student alone in the corner scribbling away on his notepad pipes up, "Is this right?" All stare in amazement at perfect solutions to all the equations.

Moral? Just because a genius can do something, doesn't make it easy.
01-18-2013 01:07 PM
Corey Feldman
Re: Federer outsmarts Dangerdenko 6-3 6-4 6-4

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Originally Posted by thegreendestiny View Post
Kolya is looking really old. He lost 80% of his hair.
Baldenko looked like this in 2005
01-18-2013 12:31 PM
SliceAce
Re: Davydenko bitter

Fail thread. Little surprised Davydenko is complaining about the fast bounce though, that's the essence of his game. But I guess both Fed and Davy have lost their half volleying abilities with age, it's just hurt Davy a lot more
01-18-2013 12:14 PM
star
Re: Davydenko bitter

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Originally Posted by cardio View Post
Ok , I try my translation :

In the beginning Roger was playing very cautious, he was trying to keep the ball in play . Thats why we had long rallies. He also hoped to hold all his service games and he did it because he served very well, lot of 1st serves in, which meant I didnt have much chance to play in return games.On my own serve I fought of course, but he always put huge pressure on my 2nd serve.

Bounce here is very fast,sometimes I even couldnt play second shot if Swiss returned right on my baseline. Right when I went on court I felt how hot it was,there wasnt enough air for me.I ran few games and at 2-2 I already felt I was tired, but whole match was still to play.

At this moment I didnt know how I could keep myself in match, I had to run all the time because Federer plays sharp and fast.Of course if you are very fit and already played few matches on central court you can do it.But I wasnt ready to do it in second round.Yes, Federer looks very good at the moment, but I dont think he can win all matches here in three sets.Other guys are adjusting to conditions and his game.I think they dont allow Roger play like I did.

....................

IMO, he wasnt bitter at all, he was just disappointed how he played.
Thanks for the translation. It all makes more sense now.
01-18-2013 12:14 PM
JanKowalski
Re: Davydenko bitter

OP is a mug.
01-18-2013 12:12 PM
mickymouse
Re: Davydenko bitter

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Originally Posted by Punky View Post
would u if ur h2h was 17-2?
Roddick's was worse but he wasn't bitter.
01-18-2013 12:06 PM
abraxas21
Re: Davydenko bitter

from what i gather from that really awful translantion i don't really see any bitterness at all.

davydenko has always been a gentle champion and accepts his loses with grace when they are fair.

delete this thread please.
01-18-2013 12:04 PM
leng jai
Re: Davydenko bitter

Shit translation and a sensationalist thread title - MTF style.
01-18-2013 12:03 PM
Uncle Latso
Re: Davydenko bitter

18-2

way too many hot and humid matches.
01-18-2013 12:02 PM
cardio
Re: Davydenko bitter

Ok , I try my translation :

In the beginning Roger was playing very cautious, he was trying to keep the ball in play . Thats why we had long rallies. He also hoped to hold all his service games and he did it because he served very well, lot of 1st serves in, which meant I didnt have much chance to play in return games.On my own serve I fought of course, but he always put huge pressure on my 2nd serve.

Bounce here is very fast,sometimes I even couldnt play second shot if Swiss returned right on my baseline. Right when I went on court I felt how hot it was,there wasnt enough air for me.I ran few games and at 2-2 I already felt I was tired, but whole match was still to play.

At this moment I didnt know how I could keep myself in match, I had to run all the time because Federer plays sharp and fast.Of course if you are very fit and already played few matches on central court you can do it.But I wasnt ready to do it in second round.Yes, Federer looks very good at the moment, but I dont think he can win all matches here in three sets.Other guys are adjusting to conditions and his game.I think they dont allow Roger play like I did.

....................

IMO, he wasnt bitter at all, he was just disappointed how he played.
01-18-2013 12:02 PM
duarte_a
Re: Davydenko bitter

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Originally Posted by Punky View Post
would u if ur h2h was 17-2?
18-2
01-18-2013 12:01 PM
Moozza
Re: Davydenko bitter

I'll always remember Davydenko for saying that Murray was not good enough to win a slam. What happened next? Murray won the very next slam and became Slamray, silencing the haters.
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