MensTennisForums.com - View Single Post - Is the dominance of tennis moving on to Djokovic and Murray?

View Single Post

Old 01-13-2013, 10:55 PM   #75
country flag Han Solo
Registered User
 
Han Solo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2012
Age: 38
Posts: 1,783
Han Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond reputeHan Solo has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Is the dominance of tennis moving on to Djokovic and Murray?

Quote:
Originally Posted by GSMnadal View Post
Yes, he only reached the Wimbledon 11 final, US Open 11 final, AO 12 final, he was injured in Wimbledon 12 and didn't even play USO 12 since then.

So he reached 5/6 non clay slam finals or 5/7 if you count Wimbledon 12 as well since Wimbledon 2010, winning 2 of them. Only to lose to Djokovic in the other ones, the best hardcourter in the game. During those runs he beat hardcourt specialists like Murray, Federer, Djokovic, Berdych and many others.

Not an all court player? You must be joking

People need to show some respect. What are the numbers of Federer and Murray during that timespell? Where are Nole's and Andy's career grand slams? Now go back to your tardcaves people.
Yes - he's at least as much of an "all-court" player as Murray is, if not more so. He's better on his least favourite surface than Murray is on his.

People seem to be forgetting just how hard Nadal could be to stop in majors after 2008...
Han Solo is offline View My Blog!   Reply With Quote