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Old 10-10-2012, 10:55 PM   #56
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Default Re: WWW Shanghai R3: Federer - Wawrinka

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Originally Posted by Tag View Post
a one sided relationship filled with abuse

arrogant federer modestly tried to give wawrinka credit for gold medals, then blamed him for davis cup losses

desperate for some humility, he let wawrinka reach a career high at monte carlo 2009, yet rained in on the parade by claiming he was 'tired' from his honeymoon, and that sampras was the real GOAT

even roddick didn't face this level of abuse from federer, though his fat face yearned for it

wawrinka submitted to federer each and every time they met, without a fight

federer needed this mental humiliation to make up for nadal losses

this match will be the same as always - emotionalabuserer to destroy his swiss ball toy in 2 straight sets
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Originally Posted by GSMnadal View Post
I like the 300 reference. Fed's #1 position was also a case of a decent soldier taking advantage of piss poor ones, until he got some real competition.
More like, after 4 years of domination, Federer declined and then other players took over #1. And if you're looking for a shit era, see the past 2-3 years.
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