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Old 08-13-2012, 10:49 AM   #245
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Originally Posted by niff View Post
Vulturevic chose wisely, who needs 250s

imo the ranking being won/lost this year on grass is significant. Federer is the all surface king, Djokovic couldn't keep up on grass, that's what it comes down to. Very likely that he'll regain the number 1 as the hard court season continues but the damage is already done - Federer further solidifies his greatness and consistency by regaining the ranking at 30 years old, while the Noletards cry Federer is so mean to interrupt the 2.0 wankfest with his cheating ways/winning.

Don't see Federer winning Paris again which is a significant chunk of points but of course could be rendered irrelevant by what happens at the USO. A Federer/Djokovic final could clinch YE#1 for one of them, and cause World War 3 on MTF, can't wait
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Never mind. I mixed up some facts. If a mod sees this, please delete this post. Can't figure out how to delete posts on the iPhone app.
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