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Old 03-12-2012, 12:56 AM   #16
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Default Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

100% expected. Grigor has not been playing well at all for a long time. He played well at the hopman cup but honestly who even cares about that?

david never got out of 3rd gear but he didnt need to because grigor was that bad
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:56 AM   #17
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Default Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

Had this been Nadal beating someone, he'd been praised for unstoppable form (as he was today ).

Good from Pics.
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Ferrer will be a tough nut to crack on these courts
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Even though Dimitrov lost, the level of attractiveness in their strokes and gamestyle is like night and day. Grisha .
Of course Dimitrov would prefer to just have an attractive() playing style, instead of a successful career like Ferrer is having. Who cares about attractiveness in strokes nowadays It's all about winning or losing.
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Of course Dimitrov would prefer to just have an attractive() playing style, instead of a successful career like Ferrer is having. Who cares about attractiveness in strokes nowadays It's all about winning or losing.
I'm sure Ferrer or any other top 30 guy could easily go for a few very attractive shots and lose 2 and 2 or 1 and 1 in the process.
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Of course Dimitrov would prefer to just have an attractive() playing style, instead of a successful career like Ferrer is having. Who cares about attractiveness in strokes nowadays It's all about winning or losing.
Dimitrov is only 20. He has plenty of time to have a successful career. I happen to think his game has a far higher ceiling than Ferrer's, so shoot me .
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Of course Dimitrov would prefer to just have an attractive() playing style, instead of a successful career like Ferrer is having. Who cares about attractiveness in strokes nowadays It's all about winning or losing.
Sport is an entertainment medium so obviously some people care about the attractiveness of the tennis. The result in itself isn't really all that entertaining unless you live vicariously through your player's achievements. What and how things happen during a match however, should be entertaining.
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No one tests the consistency and tactical maturity of these youngsters better than Pics. Puts them through their paces and doesn't let go.

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Default Re: Indian Wells R2: [5] Ferrer def. Dimitrov 6-2 6-2

expected result, Dimi is still immaturity,speical in the mentality part.
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I'm afraid this is the only highlight of Grigor's career.
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If Ferrer had actually played well, a result like this could have been understandable. But David was no better than average, and Marin just got destroyed really. There isn't much else to say, really. Overall, it's matches like this that should prove to be a major reality check to Dimitrov and his fans.
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good for tennis
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Yup, very good that the only promising junior nowadays (style-wise) seems to have no mental ability. Really great...
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No one tests the consistency and tactical maturity of these youngsters better than Pics. Puts them through their paces and doesn't let go.

Accurate depiction of Pics vs. Youngsters
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