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Old 11-18-2011, 10:50 PM   #74
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Default Re: Who deserves to win the 2011 Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award?

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Originally Posted by Pirata. View Post
No, but the press sure are

As if it matters that none of the top three were in Paris this year, most of them never play it in the first place and Roger has lost the last two years to Monfils and Benneteau anyway

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Yeah, the press are like that with everyone. If a press person said something to Djokovic about his season vs Fed's best seasons, it doesn't give him license to point out Fed was dominated on clay even in best seasons by Nadal, while Djokovic has managed to beat the second-best clay-specialist of all time twice on his favorite surface. That's a tard argument to have, beneath a champion.
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