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He has to. He has to unleash his all time ultimate level of pyscho primat serial killer beast mode mindset to have any chance vs Rafa tomorrow. Djokovic is virtually unbeatable when he releases his beast, which he rarely does. It's like his secret weapon nuclear bomb. We saw major hints yesterday that it is coming...

 

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(Lack of remorse for one’s actions) CHECK
(Absence of empathy for others) CHECK
(Criminal Tendencies) (Destruction of French Tennis Federation property last night, CHECK)

Looks like Novak ticks all the boxes clinically for “psychopathic” individual
 

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Djokovic is not a total psycho but like all the greats there is a touch of madness there and it's required to not only be great at tennis but to sustain it. It's hard to reach the top but even harder to stay there. Tennis fans and keyboard kings have no idea the stresses and pressures the top players endure and deal with. They do a wonderful job and of course are imprefect beings too.
 

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If his 'secret crazy weapon' was so great, he wouldn't have problem giving bakery products to Berrettini. Instead he only managed to 7-5, while Nadal 6-0.
 

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Djokovic is not a total psycho but like all the greats there is a touch of madness there and it's required to not only be great at tennis but to sustain it. It's hard to reach the top but even harder to stay there. Tennis fans and keyboard kings have no idea the stresses and pressures the top players endure and deal with. They do a wonderful job and of course are imprefect beings too.
No, he’s 100% a psychopath
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Lol a real psychopath tries to hide his nature. And we all know who does this best... Rafael Nadal
 

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At least he kept the racquet in his hand and did not decapitate Vajda or his agent. Great champions can do crazy things in the heat of battle. The list of examples is longer than the declaration of independence. You don't understand the tension and stress and pressure he's under right now. he must avenge Rafa now. the stakes are insanely high for this one single match. think of all the beatdowns rafa and fed gave him in paris, djokovic is hellbent on avenging it all tomorrow.
 

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What it really all boils down to is who wants it more. Djokovic is showing now that he wants it more. Rafa calls this mode unhealthy. Maybe Rafa fears the Djokovic psycho crazy beast mode?
 

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Screaming and going crazy doesn’t mean you want it more and Novak is not careful he could lose it quick against Nadal. If Nadal senses anxiety he will push Novak very hard to the point he breaks
 

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Novak might want it more, but there's nothing healthy about roaring and prancing around like a baboon. Nadal is certainly correct in that regard.

I have no idea how so many people on this forum think psychopathic behaviour like that is merely 'passion'.
 

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Novak might want it more, but there's nothing healthy about roaring and prancing around like a baboon. Nadal is certainly correct in that regard.

I have no idea how so many people on this forum think psychopathic behaviour like that is merely 'passion'.
Believe me, a LOT of people didn't like the screaming from Novak when Berrettini played a great point or the smashing of the sign or the almost-racket-throw or the screaming. But if there's a forum where you want to find a few hard core young males with fantasies of being 'gladiators' while playing something as effete as tennis, it's MTF.
 

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He will lose to rafa but he will bully nextgen this whole year and beat fedal everywhere else.
 

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Emotional adrenaline...

Lleyton Hewitt maximized his tennis performances by utilizing the very powerful energy source of emotional adrenaline – there is not a shred of a hint of doubt about this. The Hall of Fame boxing trainer Emanuel Steward once told me about one of his fistic champions: “You watch him talk sometimes about (boxing an opponent) in his interviews and he almost comes to tears at times. That emotional intensity brings out extra talents.”

 

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