Is choking as a phenomenon greatly exagerated in mens tennis?
Theres no doubt choking exists to some extent, though I feel 95% of the time it is used as an adjective it isnt really applied properly.
What do you think?
Federer is a clown who only beat mugs, making his slam victories less meaningful.
Now since Nadal won many of his titles against a clownish Federer, it means Nadal's victories are also cheapened.
And finally, since Nole beat a clownish Nadal in many of his slam victories, his achievements are further cheapened.
Conclusion: everyone is a clown, playing in a neverending clown era.