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Old 10-10-2012, 07:19 PM   #107
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Default Re: Worst matchup issues between top (10/20) players

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Originally Posted by lidal View Post
Only one - In 2008 DelPo has had 46-16 w/l record, has won four titles and before TMC 2008 he was ranked 8th. I mean, 8th player in the world is a genuine top player, right?
Well, he was a solid top 10 player but he only became truly elite in 2009. Either way, it's hardly relevant. The point is that Djokovic vs Del Potro is not as favorable/comfortable a matchup as the 6-2 H2H might suggest imo.

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Originally Posted by out_grinder View Post
Lenders, you are deluded to think that Del-Potro has only lost to Djokovic because he was injured. You're sounding as bad as a Nadal fan.

The Djokovic blend of attack and defense will always be too much for a one-dimensional basher, and heck, even Murray (Djokovic-Lite) has wins against Del-Potro.
I'd indeed be very deluded if I thought this, which I don't
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