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Old 10-15-2011, 01:41 PM   #38
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Default Re: Shanghai SF: Ferrer def. Lopez 6-7 (5) 6-3 6-3

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Originally Posted by Action Jackson View Post
Of course and no one should ever lose to a player ranked lower than them. Chela has to be better than Davydenko and Davydenko has to be better than Nadal
stop it already......you proved once again that you are biased and nothing else.....if you were not, you would definitely have attributed lopez's defeat to his weakshit backhand......just because lopez leads ferrer by 6-5, ferrer is not a "bad match up" to lopez? too funny......and just goes to show why bad match ups don't exist and it's all about adaptability at the end of the day......

lopez covers up his dreadful weakness with his brilliant serving and forecourt skills......fedclown the so called all court most complete player freezes like a clown and can't do shit because he's given up mentally......you just have to get it that no player is devoid of weaknesses and it's all about how you adapt to oppositions and stay mentally strong......

the main reason why nadal owns fed is because of his never say die attitude......fed knows nadal will never give up and that is the type of opposition he hates the most, while he can easily handle anybody and any talent who can fight only to a certain extent and bend over after that......
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