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Old 08-20-2012, 04:54 PM   #553
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Originally Posted by EliSter View Post
We can go like this until tomorrow. Nole has beaten Federer before at slams and vice versa. With either one of them playing good or bad or some1 choking. But being enable 1 player in Fed era to rise and distrupt him is enigma for me. With exception of Nadal. Is that choke of players for many years? Is it case of them being subpar players compare to Federer?
I know.

What I am saying is that Hewitt and nalby owned Fed back in the day, so you can't accuse them of not beating him cause they were mental midgets, it's just Fed at some point became too good for them. Hewitt came back from two sets and a break down to beat him, I wouldn't call him a mental midget.
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