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How many times will djokovic lose at WTF?

  • 0 (wins the whole thing undefeated)

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    Votes: 13 15.7%
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    Votes: 29 34.9%
  • 3 (pulls out a Nadal)

    Votes: 20 24.1%
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I can definitely see him lose 2 times, once to Murray, once to Federer:)
 

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better ask how many times will Tsonga get owned given that he is French
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that's hardly relevant. Last time I checked, it's djokovic who has a very good record this season, and the defeats he could get here could damage that record a lot.

djokotards are so quick to get pissed off:lol::lol::cool:
 

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zzzzzzzz

that's hardly relevant. Last time I checked, it's djokovic who has a very good record this season, and the defeats he could get here could damage that record a lot.

djokotards are so quick to get pissed off:lol::lol::cool:
yeah he will get pissed a lot ....lol ....like he gives a fuck...if he is fit he will win and if he loses he wasnt fit...there a perfect excuse
 

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He'll get owned in every match he plays if his opponents play well. I'll enjoy watching him get defeated.
 

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I reckon only one man is good enough, on current form to take on Djokovic (Assuming he is fully fit without any serious injury niggles) and it's Federer. Even Federer on decent form will give Djokovic close matches. When Federer is near or close to GOAT form he will definitely beat Djokovic (Albeit it in a tight match too).

Murray has a chance but a slim one, I think. No-one else really posses the weapons to really hurt him tbh from the top 8 there. apart from possibly Tsonga.
 

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Murray has a chance but a slim one, I think. No-one else really posses the weapons to really hurt him tbh from the top 8 there. apart from possibly Tsonga.
Notional chances for Tsonga and Murray. The tables have been turned for good, methinks.

Only PrimeFed/ Betterer can 'toy' with Novak, because he outfoxes Nole and has him guessing and tanglefooted. Every one else has a game Novak can read.
 

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Notional chances for Tsonga and Murray. The tables have been turned for good, methinks.

Only PrimeFed/ Betterer can 'toy' with Novak, because he outfoxes Nole and has him guessing and tanglefooted. Every one else has a game Novak can read.
Yup I think too, but I just think that Djokovic really needs one more 'big' win (ie grand slam win) over Murray to really sink into his brain. At this moment in time Djokovic is the favourite but Murray, playing at his best, certainly can hurt Djokovic, especially with his slice.
 

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Yup I think too, but I just think that Djokovic really needs one more 'big' win (ie grand slam win) over Murray to really sink into his brain. At this moment in time Djokovic is the favourite but Murray, playing at his best, certainly can hurt Djokovic, especially with his slice.
Muzza never gets the important wins at home! :shrug:
 

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option 3: pull out a Nadal :haha::haha: Sounds good.

But logically if Murray and Berdych owns him in the group (could happen) he won't make SF and then it demands Ferrer to own him too to complete the Nadal 2009 special. Dunno if the little pitbull got it in him
 
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