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Old 08-06-2012, 09:59 PM   #911
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Default Re: Endless Federer-Nadal debates (WTF vs Olympics)

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Originally Posted by Johnny Groove View Post
Federer can't have every record, now.
And he clearly doesn't, doesn't mean we have to be silly, now. Using Nadal's injury forcing him to skip Olympics as something that increases his greatness is just
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