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Old 02-29-2012, 03:03 PM   #443
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Default Re: "Speed up the courts" thread

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Originally Posted by Start da Game View Post
what do you think you are?
I know I'm not some clown arguing nonsensical viewpoints on the Internet.

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Originally Posted by Taejin View Post
Nope, sorry Lengtard, but your whole post is based on a bunch of assumptions and guess-work, presented to look as hard cold facts. In the end it's still a guesswork and what-ifs.
You mean TRIPtard.

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Originally Posted by Start da Game View Post
based on what results exactly do you base your claim that fed is a fast courts player?
You are seriously suggesting that he's not? Please think hard about your response before you reply.

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Originally Posted by Clay Death View Post
some of those complaints are not legitimate great tennizen, general shankar..

fish is a one dimensional player who is highly overrated. guys like him and roddick get huge mileage from their serves.

fed really has no business complaining at all. he is the one who is sitting on 16 slams--the most singles slams in history.

more next time. basically with the runaway speed and pwer in the game, you need slightly slower courts so the game/tennis can actually be played or you risk losing the global appeal of the sport.

so fed, fish, and some of the other players really need to shut the hell up.
Didn't bother reading this whole shit but just wanted to say that fed didn't complain as much he made a comment. And obviously Fish's playing style is more suited for fast courts.
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