Umm .. do these nonsensical arguments work with your peers?He wasn't :shrug: He won a few 250 tourneys against mugs on fast grass and that suddenly makes him an elite fast grass courter? :spit:
There are realistically two grass court tourneys you can play in a season. He has a great record at both of them.
Sure it did. This doesn't prove your false assertions that he is poor on fast grass.He admitted himself that slowed surfaces helped him win more slams, that's not me making shit up, that's the words straight out of your hero's mouth.
Sure I never doubted your (lack of) reasoning skills. You don't need to keep on proving my case.
All court player != Base linerOlderer is a baseliner. Slower surfaces help him to dictate with forehand and set up points. It's no surprise his last slam win and slam final were on slow surfaces (AO and RG) - while failing to make even a SF on relatively faster surface of Wimby for the last 2 years.
Fedtards like you claim Olderer is some kind of elite all court player when in reality he's a baseliner like Nadal/Djokovic who was helped by surface homogenization just like they were. :superlol:
He was good enough to adapt to a baseline game as the conditions were slowed to help the one-trick pony you adore. :wavey: