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Old 10-04-2012, 07:05 AM   #15
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As a Fed fan, I found myself more often than not cheering for the Serbian slayer. I enjoyed so much his 6-0 in finals against Nadal in 2011.

It's a pity a lot of Djokovic fans on this site hate Fed, I had to argue with them as if they were Nadaltards.

I think a lot of Nadaltards employed the strategy "if you can't beat them join 'em", and since Rafa's got some serious beating from Djokovic in 3 consecutive gs finals (and 4 masters finals), they have declared Nadal and Djokovic being part of the "Spartan league", hailing the strongest era ever to justify Rafa's defeats.
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