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View Poll Results: Who will win the 2012 year-end H2H?

Djokovic will take the lead 31 50.82%
Federer will claim his trophy 25 40.98%
They will end in a draw, for the first time 1 1.64%
I don't know. But this should be an official ATP award, it's amazing. 4 6.56%
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:56 PM   #1126
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I just don't see it. They needed more slam finals for there to be a memorable rivalry..

Djokovic's biggest rival will be Murray. I can already see these two contesting lots of slam finals.

This is what I mean:

http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=224121


Becker’s top three rivalries

1. Bjorn Borg v John McEnroe: As I was only 12 at the time of their great Wimbledon final in 1980, this is about as far back as I can remember. Borg’s ice-man personality and McEnroe’s aggression made the perfect blend.

2. Pete Sampras v Andre Agassi: In the final years of my career I played both these guys on many occasions and they were always wonderful to watch together. Sampras was the ultimate serve-and-volleyer, and Agassi the perfect returner.

3. Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal: Considering these two players hold 26 grand slam titles between them, theirs is a difficult rivalry to beat. Their 2008 Wimbledon final was the best match I ever witnessed.



He doesn't mention Federer-Djokovic because that is not a memorable rivalry.

Djokovic's biggest rival is clearly Nadal, there is no debate. Murray is too weak to consider him as Djokovic's #1 rival.
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:16 PM   #1127
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Interesting how well Djokovic did make a mental damage to Nadal but could not do that to Federer.He beat Nadal seven times in row and that crashed Nadal, I think the losses motivate Fed even more you can not crash his will for victory easily,He does not give up like that, he does not care for his head to head with any player,How many finals with Nadal at FO and never give up tried again and again,Very strong personality, He knows very well win and loss are part of the game and if he accept both of them in good way he will be winner,
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Djokovic-Federer matches are the best
Agreed. I love them regardless of the winner.
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So result of rivalry in last 2 years is

2012 3-2 for Djokovic
2011 4-1 for Djokovic
2010 4-1 for Federer
2009 3-2 for Djokovic
2008 2-1 for Federer
2007 3-1 for Federer
2006 2-0 for Federer

so by my opinion Djokovic will end as better player in H2H at the end.

If Fed keep playing until 35
Yeah probably.
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Djokovic-Federer matches are the best
this. best matchup by far.
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I agree that this match up is the best on the tour. As much as I'm happy that Nole won the AO again, the Nole/Muz match was mediocre. Somehow, when Nole and Fed play at slams you just never know. so much drama, just love it.
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The Djokovic/Federer matches I've seen have generally been good 'uns, and there's enough variety in their styles of play to be interesting. That's partly why I'd have preferred a Federer/Djokovic final at the AO. Djokovic/Murray has pretty much bored me rigid thus far. (Mind you, an all-Swiss final could have been interesting too, but I never really saw any prospect of that materialising.)
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Old 02-02-2013, 12:08 AM   #1133
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Roger vs Nole is the best match-up. Love their matches, you never know what is going to happen. Oh, and also they are my top 2 favourites!!!

Hopefully Roger vs. Nole final will happen sometime this year. Damn Mugray for stopping that from happening at Aus Open final.
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They want to create a rivalry Djokovic and Murray that is why Murray is always in Fed half .
You could see all hot players were in Fed half Davydenko finalist Doha, 3rd round Tomic /first title 250/ or Brands big hitter/SF in Doha/,4rd Kolsh F /lost to Ferrer/ or Raonic big big serve,QF Gasquet title Doha or Tsonga big hitter and if Fed is still alive Murray who had nobody to play to QF if Del Potro or Cilic get there. And he got to play Chardy even better for
Murray, All other top seeded got such easy draw , Was this draw random or just pure luck i am not sure at all.
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Thank you MOD, my bad.
To your earlier question (was fast enough to see):

Are you KIDDING me?? How DARE you even compare between the two??
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Hass Vs Nole is the best matchup.
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Hass Vs Nole is the best matchup.
Yours gloating over Haas is so boring and predictable.Your'e think your'e funny but, no offence, it's not at all.I donn't know whether it has to do with his good look, or his migty tennis skills.Guy is known as one of the biggest menthal weak player on Tour among good players.But still..
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Yours gloating over Haas is so boring and predictable.Your'e think your'e funny but, no offence, it's not at all.I donn't know whether it has to do with his good look, or his migty tennis skills.Guy is known as one of the biggest menthal weak player on Tour among good players.But still..
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Yours gloating over Haas is so boring and predictable.Your'e think your'e funny but, no offence, it's not at all.I donn't know whether it has to do with his good look, or his migty tennis skills.Guy is known as one of the biggest menthal weak player on Tour among good players.But still..
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anyway, swiss fraud's brand of all-serve and weak, fluke trick shots matches up quite well again djokovic's relentless groundstrokes

of course, when swiss divas play players with variety, like murray, or players who don't bow down to hero worship, like nadal, they lose

so fraud better hope for djokovic in semi finals

it's the only way he's making finals from here on out
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anyway, swiss fraud's brand of all-serve and weak, fluke trick shots matches up quite well again djokovic's relentless groundstrokes

of course, when swiss divas play players with variety, like murray, or players who don't bow down to hero worship, like nadal, they lose

so fraud better hope for djokovic in semi finals

it's the only way he's making finals from here on out
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