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02-05-2013 06:31 PM
Ichiban1920
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

Mugray lucked his way to a US Open fluke win.

Mugray will NEVER win a legitimate slam again.
02-05-2013 10:33 AM
Sophocles
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

A player who's already been in 4 slam finals with multiple wins over his main rivals is not "lucky" finally to win a slam. You might as well say Lendl was lucky to win R.G. 1984. He needed something to go his way & he duly benefited from a McEnroe choke, but if anything he was unlucky to have to contest slam finals against Borg, Wilander, Connors, & McEnroe in the 1st place, just as Murray was unlucky to have Fed & Djoker in his first 5 finals. It's been said before but bears repeating: Fed had Flip, Rafa Puerta, Djoker Tsonga in their first finals.
02-05-2013 03:45 AM
BauerAlmeida
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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The only God I've seen do wonders.
02-05-2013 03:41 AM
End da Game
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

sly attempt to draw attention away from mugray's ridiculous freak luck at USO
02-05-2013 03:39 AM
rocketassist
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

They should try playing tennis in the stratospheres, ears popping an' all. Settle the true Spartan kings.
02-05-2013 03:36 AM
Topspindoctor
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

Mugray's new religion:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wind_deities
02-05-2013 03:35 AM
BauerAlmeida
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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They can believe that, sure- but when they continue going on and on and on about it every time they win something it gets tedious. Chang was the worst.
Murray should thank Aeolus for his slam. And he never does
02-05-2013 03:33 AM
Saberq
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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Same principle. Sports stars who go round saying 'God won me this' 'it was God who carried me over the line' that shit needs to stop.
it's the worst thing........like the God(doesnt exist) roots for a single team or a player........very arrogant statement if you think about it....they always mention God when they are winning........you never hear some mug saying God made me double fault on a MP.....he tripped me in the end zone
02-05-2013 03:30 AM
rocketassist
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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Except some people actually believe that.

What about a regular person who believes that God gave him/her the ability to achieve a piece of success? That needs to stop just because you don't believe??
They can believe that, sure- but when they continue going on and on and on about it every time they win something it gets tedious. Chang was the worst.
02-05-2013 03:29 AM
GOATsol
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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Same principle. Sports stars who go round saying 'God won me this' 'it was God who carried me over the line' that shit needs to stop.
Except some people actually believe that.

What about a regular person who believes that God gave him/her the ability to achieve a piece of success? That needs to stop just because you don't believe??
02-05-2013 03:27 AM
rocketassist
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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what about Tebow or Ray Lewis?
Same principle. Sports stars who go round saying 'God won me this' 'it was God who carried me over the line' that shit needs to stop.
02-05-2013 03:26 AM
Saberq
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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Not fussed by religion providing people don't start doing a Michael Chang and linking it with their sport.
what about Tebow or Ray Lewis?
02-05-2013 03:25 AM
Saberq
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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you don't know anything about religion. people who kill in the name of God aren't following the word of God in any religion. they're just idiots.

religion teaches right-conduct, charity, service, etc. when performed correctly.
no it does not........religion teaches nothing noble.......read the Bible or the Quran sister......it is a dictatorship
02-05-2013 03:25 AM
BauerAlmeida
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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you don't know anything about religion. people who kill in the name of God aren't following the word of God in any religion. they're just idiots.

religion teaches right-conduct, charity, service, etc. when performed correctly.
All of those can be teach without inveting myths and causing opression and hate.
02-05-2013 03:24 AM
GOATsol
Re: Were the 2012 GS winners the luckiest in the Open Era?

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The only lucky one here is Mugray. Saved by wind
tdoc your posts haven't been as funny recently
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