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Old 08-14-2012, 05:30 PM   #127
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Default Re: Djokovic's junior coach troubled by his slump

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Originally Posted by BigJohn View Post
That is an opinion...
Obviously, And those who had that opinion said things like that. Their opinion was probably based on Federer's utter dominance of the tour for 3 years which made Sampras' stats look second-rate.

In general though, when commentators say "we might be looking at the greatest player bla bla", they don't mean that if that player retired tomorrow he would be the greatest, but that after his career he might be in that position.
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