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Old 01-12-2013, 09:13 PM   #45
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Default Re: Is the dominance of tennis moving on to Djokovic and Murray?

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Originally Posted by Punky View Post
but rafa didnt win a non clay title since USO 2010
that say alot about his 'all-court player' no?
recall he made many hard court finals in 2011 as well as Wimbledon Final, US Open, Australian OPen 2012 and then was out for the majority of the hard court portion of the 2012 season

his results in 2011 and the portion of 2012 he played actually support him as being a very good hard court player, I mean he made 2 hard court slam finals in a row 2011-2012

it is an illusion that just because you don't win the hard court title, you're a bad hard court player. people point out this drought of non clay titles yet ignore the unusual nature of how many finals he lost in 2011
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