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Honestly, who cares what he says? He is neither a former GS champ nor an acclaimed coach. he is in no way an authority.
 

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he said he thinks he can't beat Djokovic in Madrid and Roma,

but he doesn't exclude it for the French open although he says "it will be very hard"

he also said that Nadal's current public "weakness" admissions might be a strategy :

http://www.tennisworldusa.org/Mouratoglou-The-difficulties-of-Rafael-Nadal-It-might-just-be-a-strategy-articolo23367.html

it seems that TV commentators are very surprised by Nadal's words in recent interviews, I also heard Sebastien Grosjean and Thierry Champion on French TV who are surprised by Nadal's level but even more by those interviews : why does his team let him say all that in the media ? they say

Honestly, who cares what he says? He is neither a former GS champ nor an acclaimed coach. he is in no way an authority.
I know a big clown as a commentator who won 7 slams ;)
 

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Honestly, who cares what he says? He is neither a former GS champ nor an acclaimed coach. he is in no way an authority.
I often feel the same about MarkChan posts.
 

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:facepalm: Patrick needs to shush, I'm all for people voicing their opinions but thats an absurd thing to say. Nadal can beat ANYONE on clay anywhere. maybe atm its not THAT likely in some circumstances, but to make a statement like that is excessive and silly
 

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:facepalm: Patrick needs to shush, I'm all for people voicing their opinions but thats an absurd thing to say. Nadal can beat ANYONE on clay anywhere. maybe atm its not THAT likely in some circumstances, but to make a statement like that is excessive and silly
yes, sometimes he tries to compete with huge clowns like Wilander in excessiveness

I guess things like that help to live in the media world, Wilander was such a clever player, it's hard to imagine him becoming such a bad analyst ... and McEnroe also's had his share of clownishness ...

it's a pity because otherwise Mouratoglou's opinions are often not bad
 

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He certainly can't beat him in Madrid since he won't play there :p
 
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