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What a match! I dont think Nadal played bad at all, but my credit goes to Ferrer. What a warrior he proves to be time after time again.

I will be honest here, I havent watched any matches of Nadal recently, because he was playing nobodies most of the time.

The first thing that strikes me is how many time violation warnings the empires dare to give. You think empires would think twice before dishing out a warning after Bernardez incident, but no this empire enforced it 3 times on Nadal. Why is no one talking about that? The weirdest thing is that Nadal took it like a man for once. Nadal reacted only to 3rd warning with a smile... This is unbelievable I tell you. Kudos to Nadal!

Another thing I noticed is the grunt in the 3rd set. I have never heard Nadal grunt that way, not even after 6 hours in Australia. It's like he's in some sort of pain... EUUUGHHHAAAaaahhh The last part reminds of a porn movie in which the woman is obviously faking.

Last I wanted to say that we can expect a bagel from Djokovic. Nadal is not playing peak tennis, seems in pain, not to mention the marathon vs Ferrer which obviously will have effect on him. I think there is a 70% we might see a bagel in the first set, followed by 20% in the second if by any miracle this match goes to 3, then God help Nadal, because Djokovic is absolutely relentless when it comes to decisive sets this year. I truly hope we dont get to see a 3rd set, as this will probably give enough material for another Serbian film 2010.
 

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What a match! I dont think Nadal played bad at all, but my credit goes to Ferrer. What a warrior he proves to be time after time again.

I will be honest here, I havent watched any matches of Nadal recently, because he was playing nobodies most of the time.

The first thing that strikes me is how many time violation warnings the empires dare to give. You think empires would think twice before dishing out a warning after Bernardez incident, but no this empire enforced it 3 times on Nadal. Why is no one talking about that? The weirdest thing is that Nadal took it like a man for once. Nadal reacted only to 3rd warning with a smile... This is unbelievable I tell you. Kudos to Nadal!

Another thing I noticed is the grunt in the 3rd set. I have never heard Nadal grunt that way, not even after 6 hours in Australia. It's like he's in some sort of pain... EUUUGHHHAAAaaahhh The last part reminds of a porn movie in which the woman is obviously faking.

Last I wanted to say that we can expect a bagel from Djokovic. Nadal is not playing peak tennis, seems in pain, not to mention the marathon vs Ferrer which obviously will have effect on him. I think there is a 70% we might see a bagel in the first set, followed by 20% in the second if by any miracle this match goes to 3, then God help Nadal, because Djokovic is absolutely relentless when it comes to decisive sets this year. I truly hope we dont get to see a 3rd set, as this will probably give enough material for another Serbian film 2010.
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What a match! I dont think Nadal played bad at all, but my credit goes to Ferrer. What a warrior he proves to be time after time again.

I will be honest here, I havent watched any matches of Nadal recently, because he was playing nobodies most of the time.

The first thing that strikes me is how many time violation warnings the empires dare to give. You think empires would think twice before dishing out a warning after Bernardez incident, but no this empire enforced it 3 times on Nadal. Why is no one talking about that? The weirdest thing is that Nadal took it like a man for once. Nadal reacted only to 3rd warning with a smile... This is unbelievable I tell you. Kudos to Nadal!

Another thing I noticed is the grunt in the 3rd set. I have never heard Nadal grunt that way, not even after 6 hours in Australia. It's like he's in some sort of pain... EUUUGHHHAAAaaahhh The last part reminds of a porn movie in which the woman is obviously faking.

Last I wanted to say that we can expect a bagel from Djokovic. Nadal is not playing peak tennis, seems in pain, not to mention the marathon vs Ferrer which obviously will have effect on him. I think there is a 70% we might see a bagel in the first set, followed by 20% in the second if by any miracle this match goes to 3, then God help Nadal, because Djokovic is absolutely relentless when it comes to decisive sets this year. I truly hope we dont get to see a 3rd set, as this will probably give enough material for another Serbian film 2010.
First part to Ferrer match, second to Djokovic match.
 

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Alright if thats how the majority thinks I have no complaints. For the very first time I dont mind if you remove my thread.
 

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Yoda, you are a new member and MTF has it's rules plus most of 'older' members want things to be 'this or that' way ...

It is by far the most popular tennis board in the world ... It'll take you some time but you will learn how it operates :) ... It did loosen up a lot in a last couple of years and and I like the fact that new mods and admins are 'more relaxed' if you wish.

Now regarding Rafa ... Regardless, what happens tomorrow... Most people here hate him, some dislike him and then he has some crazy 'fans/tards' who actually make it even more difficult for him ...

I actually feel bad about him and I'm trying not to even joke about him any more because I feel bad when it comes to his real fans.

Nadal, Raonic and MTF ... all I can say 'God help them'
 

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Yoda, you are a new member and MTF has it's rules plus most of 'older' members want things to be 'this or that' way ...

It is by far the most popular tennis board in the world ... It'll take you some time but you will learn how it operates :) ... It did loosen up a lot in a last couple of years and and I like the fact that new mods and admins are 'more relaxed' if you wish.

Now regarding Rafa ... Regardless, what happens tomorrow... Most people here hate him, some dislike him and then he has some crazy 'fans/tards' who actually make it even more difficult for him ...

I actually feel bad about him and I'm trying not to even joke about him any more because I feel bad when it comes to his real fans.

Nadal, Raonic and MTF ... all I can say 'God help them'
I agree kicking a man while he's down or his fans for that matter is disgraceful. I truly hope Nadal gets back in prime form, otherwise I will have to deal with fans who will label this era as a weak one forever.
 
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