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These are Kyrgios (2:0), Karlovic (2:1 with 2 matches played long time a go), Taro (1:0) and Krajinovic (1:0 with retirement). From those, only H2H with Kyrgios is somehow valuable, although both matches played when Novak was in bad shape.
Novak is really H2H beast.
 

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Perhaps he is but don't make excuses for his Karlovic H2H, in 2008 and 2015 Novak was still 1 of the best and Karlovic beat him fair and square.
 

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Active - you are right.

But A-Rod owned Djokovic. The Serb was lucky Roddick retired that early. Otherwise there would be no "Nole-slam" for the Serb.
 

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Taro Daniel - what a fu**ing legend!
 

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Karlovic, Kyrgios, Roddick. All three extremely big servers, all three mix up spins a lot while also having access to power. Definitely a formula for a certain type of player to follow, but since it starts with possessing a 140 MPH first serve it's not a route open to too many.
 

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Active - you are right.

But A-Rod owned Djokovic. The Serb was lucky Roddick retired that early. Otherwise there would be no "Nole-slam" for the Serb.
Yea right, in your dreams.Even Roddick said that one of his reasons for early retirement was to keep positive H2H with Novak.Their last two matches Novak won easily.And they never played on clay, we all know what outcome would be on that surface.
 

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Active - you are right.

But A-Rod owned Djokovic. The Serb was lucky Roddick retired that early. Otherwise there would be no "Nole-slam" for the Serb.
AR did not own Djokovic. Period. Sometimes, you post something smart the you go :cuckoo:. Djokovic could destroy AR when it matters.

h2h means nothing here. Well, Hrbaty owns Federer. Just shut up :help::lol:.

Try to think. It's not that difficult. Jesus.
 

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Yea right, in your dreams.Even Roddick said that one of his reasons for early retirement was to keep positive H2H with Novak.Their last two matches Novak won easily.And they never played on clay, we all know what outcome would be on that surface.
What is the meaning to keep a positive H2H? Roddick retire at 17?
 

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Active - you are right.

But A-Rod owned Djokovic. The Serb was lucky Roddick retired that early. Otherwise there would be no "Nole-slam" for the Serb.
Yea right, in your dreams.Even Roddick said that one of his reasons for early retirement was to keep positive H2H with Novak.Their last two matches Novak won easily.And they never played on clay, we all know what outcome would be on that surface.
Lol and you believe that roddick was serious. Yeah i want to retire because of a head to head.
 

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If there's one final match besides surpassing Fed for HC majors supremacy, it's for Novak to school the P/T tennis disrespecting douche named Nickoloose Cannon Cheerios.
 

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Nick Kyrgios is the one that must watch out.
Of course Nole would not say this publicly, but he will want to right the H2H there.
 

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AR did not own Djokovic. Period. Sometimes, you post something smart the you go :cuckoo:. Djokovic could destroy AR when it matters.

h2h means nothing here. Well, Hrbaty owns Federer. Just shut up :help::lol:.

Try to think. It's not that difficult. Jesus.
'when it matters' :smile2: Roddick has a grandslam win over Djokovic, 3 masters and one 500. All Roddicks wins over Djokovic have come after Djokovic was already a grand slam champion.
 
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