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Old 02-16-2013, 06:25 PM   #46
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You don't need to be the best on all surfaces to be the best and most dominant player in the world

If he can control clay and grass and be decent on hardcourt he would already be what I claimed.

Novak isn't even the best on 2 surfaces and we regard him as the best player at the moment.
Control clay and grass...

You Nadal fans are delusional.
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I was wondering if you saw any play so you knew how this surface looked and played like.
Yes I have, I've watched most of Souza match and it looked more-less what you would expect from a tournament like that, certainly no one expects it to play like Philippe Chatrier?

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You don't need to be the best on all surfaces to be the best and most dominant player in the world

If he can control clay and grass and be decent on hardcourt he would already be what I claimed.

Novak isn't even the best on 2 surfaces and we regard him as the best player at the moment.
No way is he "controlling" grass
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Control clay and grasa...

You Nadal fans are delusional.
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