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Old 07-22-2012, 04:29 PM   #70
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Default Re: Del Potro will storm the 2013 season

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Originally Posted by Mark Lenders View Post
I like Tsonga just as much as I like JMDP, and Soderling and Berdych are also among my favorite players. But none of them is a better player than Del Potro or has the same potential to achieve things in this era as Juan. It is no anomaly that JMDP has a Slam and those three haven't: he's simply capable of hitting with a kind of destructive power and metronomic consistency that those three aren't.

I actually Tsonga is more talented but he's not a better player because (a) he lost all his formative years due to injuries (explaining for instance his backhand woes) and (b) he was born a few years too late, his all-out attacking game wasn't made for homogenised surfaces..
GOAT response. You are like a politician! But Murray is better than Del Potro.
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He probably just hangs about in 2nd place protecting himself with 3 bananas whilst waiting for the person in the lead to get blue shelled.
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Nadull was not injured. The reason he was moving like shit near the end of the third set is because of the depression of knowing your opponent is superior in all departments.

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