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Old 10-06-2013, 06:29 PM   #31
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Natural ebbs and flows, people.
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Old 10-06-2013, 06:31 PM   #32
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The only time that Nole ever loses to him is an accidental give away. Every match that he loses is all about Nole. The difference in talent is really big on every level and the butt picker knows it as well which is obvious.
pretty much this. headovic.
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It was just a case of Nole having the advantage on this type of court. Rafa has one career post USO title and that was way back when Madrid was still held during the fall. Everyone knows that fall is his weakness. He's still hunting for his first career post-USO title since the ATP went to the 250-500-1000 format. So yes, fall is the time of the year when Fedtards can gloat.
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They both know how to beat each other...but they are both fitness gods and tennis machines,so all it boils down to, is who is more clutch that day.
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Uh... no.



Nadal summed it up best himself - Nole played very well and he didn't and unless he plays with full intensity he won't have a chance against Novak. Also, the conditions suited Nole perfectly - the bounce was low and the particular ball not conducive to much spin allowing Nole to hit flat exactly where he wanted. It's a good win for Novak as it stops Nadal's wins against him but it changes nothing much and Nadal certainly won't worry about this match if they meet in the AO final next year. Different kind of pressure and motivation when it's a big title on the line...
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It was just a case of Nole having the advantage on this type of court. Rafa has one career post USO title and that was way back when Madrid was still held during the fall. Everyone knows that fall is his weakness. He's still hunting for his first career post-USO title since the ATP went to the 250-500-1000 format. So yes, fall is the time of the year when Fedtards can gloat.
He won Tokyo in 2010. But that's the only one. So yes, this is his worst part of the season. In that light, making it to the final and losing to the current no.1 is not a bad result.
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Ummmm....what?

But anyway, Djokovic never had to "correct" his gameplan. He will always have the game to beat Nadal. He was just playing like crap throughout the summer. Once he found his form, Nadal is at his mercy.
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wow, way to think short term people. We'll see at the AO if Novak has regained the mental strength to beat Nadal.
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Ummmm....what?

But anyway, Djokovic never had to "correct" his gameplan. He will always have the game to beat Nadal. He was just playing like crap throughout the summer. Once he found his form, Nadal is at his mercy.
Lol what kind of BS is this?

Nada is a better clay court player than Novak. Novak's at Nadal's mercy on clay.
Nadal is a better grass player than Novak. Novak's at Nadal mercy on grass.
Novak HC advantage over Nadal is slim:
(Nadal: 2-1 USO, 0-1 AO, 2-1 WTF, 1-0 Olympics).
However, overall Novak 12-7 on HC.

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Lol what kind of BS is this?

Nada is a better clay court player than Novak. Novak's at Nadal's mercy on clay.
Nadal is a better grass player than Novak. Novak's at Nadal mercy on grass.
Novak HC advantage over Nadal is slim:
(Nadal: 2-1 USO, 0-1 AO, 2-1 WTF, 1-0 Olympics).
However, overall Novak 12-7 on HC.

22-16. All the nonsense you gotta hear these days.
What evidence do you base this on? Their H2H on grass? Number of titles won? Something else unquantifiable??
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Federer is a tortoise in goat's clothing.

Djokovic is a lemur who occasionally get lost.

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Change of plan is not necessary no?
Only playing the aggressive and hitting cleanly no?
Only being motivated no?
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What evidence do you base this on? Their H2H on grass? Number of titles won? Something else unquantifiable??
Results(facts) and peak level of play on grass (somewhat unquantifiable) - based on opposition/match quality(Federer). Really not hard to deduce.

2 Wimby. 5 Wimby Finals.

H2H on Grass: 2-1. Overall results on grass: Nadal>Djoker.
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Lol what kind of BS is this?

Nada is a better clay court player than Novak. Novak's at Nadal's mercy on clay.
Nadal is a better grass player than Novak. Novak's at Nadal mercy on grass.
Novak HC advantage over Nadal is slim:
(Nadal: 2-1 USO, 0-1 AO, 2-1 WTF, 1-0 Olympics).
However, overall Novak 12-7 on HC.

22-16. All the nonsense you gotta hear these days.
1) I was talking about on hard.
2) Did you SERIOUSLY include the Olympics but not any of the Masters?
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Exactly. With talented players like Tsonga, Nole and Federer, it is always on their racket against players like Nadal.
Haha, Tsonga wishes he had Rafa's talent.
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