That’s pretty much it. The emotions are not just about them being friends - i think they are on good terms but it’s not like they’re close buddies.I think they both realised that together they were bigger than individually and embraced their rivalry, becoming friends. Neither is as great without the other one and they both know this.
The friendship is definitely exaggerated. You would think they are best mates...That’s pretty much it. The emotions are not just about them being friends - i think they are on good terms but it’s not like they’re close buddies.
I think the emotions are are more about what the other person represents:all that sweat and hard work, all the heart aches, and triumphs. They have a long shared history where they’ve pushed each other to the limit and sacrificed everything to outdo each other. But in the end, there’s enormous respect because they had a long epic rivalry that was always mutually respectful.
And for Nadal: he hasn’t retired yet, but I think he feels the end is very near now.
+ on this take.Main takeway: this board is full of stupid kids who fail to see the bigger picture but rather engage in endless idiotic tardwars. Probably most had to endure a defective childhood and deal with their emotional problems by posting nonsense online.
i am so happy I left this shithole years ago! ❤
I'm all in. As far as I'm concerned, these two are the only GOATS/co-GOATS that matter.
I would not say it’s not normal, as in abnormal. More like it’s not common, as in for certain reasons, men do not display such behaviour often as it’s not “allowed”( without hearing “accusations“ of not being a “real” man.Not saying it's wrong, but it isn't normal male behavior. And tbf it's also a special occasion that should draw out some extra emotion than most other situations.