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View Poll Results: Who will dominate tennis (the slams) in the next few years?

Djokovic and Murray 26 50.00%
Djokovic, Murray and Nadal 10 19.23%
The big 4 9 17.31%
There will be no dominance in the slams and we'll have several different winners. 7 13.46%
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:04 AM   #76
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Default Re: Is the dominance of tennis moving on to Djokovic and Murray?

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Originally Posted by retister View Post
Is it possible that this can not be sorted out with some kind of a special shoe?
I don't think so. The problem is his footwork not his shoes. Other players don't struggle in the same way.

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right, and with that movement he managed to win Wimbledon. uh, oh, yeah, he was in some semis of W too. just atrocious . go, watch some tennis before you post

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Exactly. Winning wimbledon with "atrocious" movement no less. I think he needs a dictionary. Maybe he thinks Djoker should have to play the qualifiers at wimbledon next year. More great commentary at MTF !
Not in absolute terms but relative to the rest of his game yes, his footwork on grass is very bad. Maybe atrocious was a slight exaggeration, but only slight. Is there any other top player who slips even half as much? It's to his credit if he managed to win Wimbledon despite that.

What I find more interesting is why he has sporadic matches on clay as well where you think he's playing on ice. At least grass on grass it's somewhat consistent.
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