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He has been complaining about back injuries but never has missed any significant time. Even at this old age he is still playing in 50 odd consecutive GS tournaments.

All claims should backed up with a tweet from someone who has at least 437 followers?
 

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Because:

A: Smart scheduling
B: Takes good care of his body
C: This is the most important point. Has a technique that doesn't put big strain on his body. His movement and shots are very natural and not forced. This is something that Nadal fans fail to comprehend. Being frree from injuries is not just good luck.
 

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Because:

A: Smart scheduling
B: Takes good care of his body
C: This is the most important point. Has a technique that doesn't put big strain on his body. His movement and shots are very natural and not forced. This is something that Nadal fans fail to comprehend. Being frree from injuries is not just good luck.
And he is THE ONLY ONE on tour who does that? :lol: You are so gullible!
 

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Because:

A: Smart scheduling
B: Takes good care of his body
C: This is the most important point. Has a technique that doesn't put big strain on his body. His movement and shots are very natural and not forced. This is something that Nadal fans fail to comprehend. Being frree from injuries is not just good luck.
A: You would think someone who plays more and for longer would get injured.

B: some sort of special formula. Well he seems to be better at this anyone.
 

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And he is THE ONLY ONE on tour who does that? :lol: You are so gullible!
While players like Ferrer and Haas are breaking down. Super Fed is still playing but no can see this smoke. Even younger players like Murray,Nadal, and even DJokovic have missed time but not this creature.

But lets no upset the deity.
 

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A: You would think someone who plays more and for longer would get injured.

B: some sort of special formula. Well he seems to be better at this anyone.
Psst, you are not allowed to talk about about the disgusting, fake "God" Frauderer on MeetTheFraudturds forum. STOP asking questions! NOW!!!
 

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Probably not. But I didn't say so, did I?
No, you did not. I am just showing the flaws in your "proper training/smart schedule" theory.
 

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He was injured in Wimbledon 2010 for example. Just it was a manageable injury and he managed to scrape by round 1 and reach the quarters.

He has few injuries, yes. He schedules smartly, has an effortless as it gets playstyle.
 

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QUOTE=evilmindbulgaria;24134273]No, you did not. I am just showing the flaws in your "proper training/smart schedule" theory.[/QUOTE]

So you are saying that fitness regime and schedule play no part? Do you really think that makes sense? That Federer has just been very lucky and that your boy Nadal is unlucky?

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He was injured in Wimbledon 2010 for example. Just it was a manageable injury and he managed to scrape by round 1 and reach the quarters.

He has few injuries, yes. He schedules smartly, has an effortless as it gets playstyle.
He is injured and still can play well without letting his injury heal. Thats certainly more plausible than missing time because of an injury and then doing well.
 

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QUOTE=evilmindbulgaria;24134273]No, you did not. I am just showing the flaws in your "proper training/smart schedule" theory.
So you are saying that fitness regime and schedule play no part? Do you really think that makes sense? That Federer has just been very lucky and that your boy Nadal is unlucky?

:bs:[/QUOTE]

Yet the guy who misses time is accused of certain something. No logic.
 

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QUOTE=evilmindbulgaria;24134273]No, you did not. I am just showing the flaws in your "proper training/smart schedule" theory.
So you are saying that fitness regime and schedule play no part? Do you really think that makes sense? That Federer has just been very lucky and that your boy Nadal is unlucky?

:bs:[/QUOTE]

So you are saying that Federer fitness regime and schedule of play are the main reasons for his long, injury-free career?

If this were true, what is stopping everybody else to use the same regime and scheduling and be injury free? Is it some kind of a big secret how he trains? Not getting a serious injury in 15+ years on tour is extremely lucky and fortunate.
 
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