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Old 07-02-2006, 05:01 PM   #54
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Default Re: Commentary at its best

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Originally Posted by heya
Dimwit Pat McEnroe couldn't admit that Federer was born with physical agility, strength and very long arms.
He desperately lived through Federer, which fed his ego as a commentator.
Pat promoted his success as the "result of genius and anticipation".
It's always "no one is well loved like Federer". Poor McEnroe.
From another thread:

Quote:
Originally Posted by heya
Talent player still wins with average power, poor fitness and little flexibility
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Originally Posted by heya
Talent is confused for flashy shotmaking/agility and long arm reach.
Heya, since you keep bringing on these theories about tennis talent and about Federer not being talented but a long armed/power freak of nature, I suppose you are invited to elaborate this more?
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