On winning DC and its overall importance in the discussion for all-time greats
Originally Posted by Orbis
Davis Cup should never have really mattered in the GOAT discussion anyway since it's a team event. If you're talking about the GOAT singles player then you should mainly look at individual results. If some unknown talent came out of some random tiny country (no chance to win DC) and won 20 slams, no one would give a single shit if that player didn't have DC. The fact is, success in DC is largely determined by what country you come from or play for in the first place, which most players haven't had any control over.
Tsonga's backhand is a disgrace. It was a shame that he lost the first set after spending 12 games being the better player - had his chances but couldn't take them. Predictably, the second set was uncompetitive, dull and boring after Clownga took the court. I was actually relieved when Clownga gave away the match on his serve as it meant that I could finally go home.
Originally Posted by Matt01
Fed's groundstrokes never were that good to begin with.
Yeah, Djoker was bored to death this year, but Fed bragged about dominating tennis.
Give Federina brat some cheese; he bites.
It's not Tsonga's fault that he humiliated Federer on grass with no backhand.
Fed thought he won the match before the 3rd set. LMAO Djoker has to apologize to lucky Fed.
Expected a score like 7-5 6-2 or 7-6 6-2. Tsonga lost the last 4 TBs against Djokovic.
Tsonga is slumping like Verdasco now
FATE ENDS DELUSIONS
It all ends in the quarters. Nadull will be slamless, and will be almost 30 by the time his next possible slam comes, RG'16. June 3, 2015 is the day when Roger Federer secured his place in history as the Greatest tennis player of all time. IT ALL ENDS HERE. FATE ENDS DELUSIONS. Bitch.