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There is no justice on earth. However, on any given tennis court, Nadal's justice is inescapable.

Beating Nadal is celebrated like nothing else. It's a breaking of the maze.

Almost a conundrum. As he is sure to win the re-match.
 
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Fascinating how he can become the pigeon of Faker and Grandpa and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how he can win 70% of his Slams on clay and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how he can win half the hard court titles of Murray and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how his grunting, bottle arranging and *** picking distracts opponents.

Fascinating how he came back from the dead in 2014/15 and now shows no signs of his demanding career.

Fascinating indeed...
 

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He sort of fascinates me. I hate my players losing to him hence I dislike him as a player but well that's sport so no complaints. I'm not a fan of his style (as you all know:p) but I respect his fighting spirit. That's truly something else. I wish every player had this level of dedication and desire to win as Nadal.
 

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Fascinating how he can become the pigeon of Faker and Grandpa and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how he can win 70% of his Slams on clay and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how he can win half the hard court titles of Murray and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how his grunting, bottle arranging and *** picking distracts opponents.

Fascinating how he came back from the dead in 2014/15 and now shows no signs of his demanding career.

Fascinating indeed...
Your pointless hatred aside, how can one use medical situation called OCD against someone else? I am sure many people have it in different levels and shapes (even among MTFers) and it is pretty much uncalled for.
 

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Fascinating how he can become the pigeon of Faker and Grandpa and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how he can win 70% of his Slams on clay and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how he can win half the hard court titles of Murray and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.

Fascinating how his grunting, bottle arranging and *** picking distracts opponents.

Fascinating how he came back from the dead in 2014/15 and now shows no signs of his demanding career.

Fascinating indeed...

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Your pointless hatred aside, how can one use medical situation called OCD against someone else? I am sure many people have it in different levels and shapes (even among MTFers) and it is pretty much uncalled for.
Nadal doesn't have OCD, please stop that nonsense. Do you have a diagnosis by a qualified specialist? It's called concentration techniques. He is certainly extreme in the use of them, with great success obviously. He is not like that off court, he's a relaxed lad.
 

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Nadal doesn't have OCD, please stop that nonsense. Do you have a diagnosis by a qualified specialist? It's called concentration techniques. He is certainly extreme in the use of them, with great success obviously. He is not like that off court, he's a relaxed lad.
have you checked the bit where I bolded?

I read his autobiography maybe thousand times, relax now lad.
 

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I admire his passion to win every point, it is amazing. At 1-1 30-15 in the first set he plays the same as at 4-4 in the 5th. I admire his work towards being a multisurface specialist. Whoever was following him from his teenager years must admit it. I remember him back from 2004-05 - and he was a claycourter. Right now anyone who labels him as a claycourter doesn't have a clue about tennis. Of course red mud is his natural environment, but he is 2nd or 3rd best player on each surface given. I admire his focus and professionalism, when he is on the court he is like 175% focused - doesn't matter if he plays Kyrgios in AO or Pedro Martinez in Barcelona. And I think that he is a good, regular ,family guy and stayed humble like that despite enormous success he had.

But I can say the same about Fed or Djoko, but with some different words. All have mastered the Jedi force to the very max.
 

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Here are 10 points that fascinate with Nadal:

1. Teenage tennis sensation when he arrived on stage with bandana, biceps, long shorts and an intensity and fighting spirit on court not seen before in Open Era tennis.
2. Beating peak-Federer again and again - as pretty much the only one from 2005-2010 - was an incredible wow WTF?-surprise very, very few tennis experts saw coming. As a Fed fan I suffered badly from the defeats, but it was fascinating.
3. His speed and passing shots were incredible, just jaw dropping during the early years. I still miss his jumps on court after brutal winners and passing shots from the early days.
4. Clay warrior mentality and ability - tennis intelligence in shot picking - to construct points on clay is truly exceptional.
5. Great role model mental resilience and never-say-die attitude to come back after injuries again, again and again.
6.Staying hungry with an intense drive and dedication to continuously improve and adapt his game to his changed physics and opponents tactics is admirable.
7.Exceeds all expectations in being No. 1 at 33 with tons of experts and pundits predicting he will be history at 27 at best.
8. 12 RG's will be the longest lasting of all current male tennis records if I should put my mortgage on a bet.
9. Fascinating contrast between being manically competitive like an obsessed demon on court and a friendly soft family guy outside court.
10. His history with his uncles - one an FC Barcelona star, one his tennis coach for ages - is a very fascinating sports family story.
 

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Fascinating how he can become the pigeon of Faker and Grandpa and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.
Yes, leading 24-16 means you are the pigeon. Flawless Fedophile logic.

Fascinating how he can win 70% of his Slams on clay and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.
Fascinating how he can win a Slam on 12 out of 15 appearances and somehow have that be a blemish on his legacy in the twisted minds of Fedophiles.

Fascinating how he can win half the hard court titles of Murray and still be considered by tards as the GOAT.
Indeed, just as fascinating as Fraud having a quarter the clay court titles of the renowned all-time legend Thomas Muster.

Fascinating how his grunting, bottle arranging and *** picking distracts opponents.
Just as fascinating as Arroganterer trashing Djoker after choking multiple match points at USO 2011.

Fascinating how he came back from the dead in 2014/15 and now shows no signs of his demanding career.
Yes, very suspicious indeed, unlike Frauderer, who accomplished a similar feat, but five years deeper into his career. Everyone knows the older you get the more likely it is you make crazy comebacks.
 

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Here are 10 points that fascinate with Nadal:

1. Teenage tennis sensation when he arrived on stage with bandana, biceps, long shorts and an intensity and fighting spirit on court not seen before in Open Era tennis.
2. Beating peak-Federer again and again - as pretty much the only one from 2005-2010 - was an incredible wow WTF?-surprise very, very few tennis experts saw coming. As a Fed fan I suffered badly from the defeats, but it was fascinating.
3. His speed and passing shots were incredible, just jaw dropping during the early years. I still miss his jumps on court after brutal winners and passing shots from the early days.
4. Clay warrior mentality and ability - tennis intelligence in shot picking - to construct points on clay is truly exceptional.
5. Great role model mental resilience and never-say-die attitude to come back after injuries again, again and again.
6.Staying hungry with an intense drive and dedication to continuously improve and adapt his game to his changed physics and opponents tactics is admirable.
7.Exceeds all expectations in being No. 1 at 33 with tons of experts and pundits predicting he will be history at 27 at best.
8. 12 RG's will be the longest lasting of all current male tennis records if I should put my mortgage on a bet.
9. Fascinating contrast between being manically competitive like an obsessed demon on court and a friendly soft family guy outside court.
10. His history with his uncles - one an FC Barcelona star, one his tennis coach for ages - is a very fascinating sports family story.
Wow, did you write that off the top of your head?
 

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He plays the role of the enemy so pefectly, I have to admire that.

I mean, part of me still foolishly hopes Federer somehow will defend his Slam record, but Nadal knows no fucking mercy. He will get it and destroy me and all other tennis lovers inside. Then he will torture us with his fake humbleness just to push us into the dark, neverending abyss for good.

Even if the world around us burns and everything goes to hell, Nadal will still stand on that clay court, pushing from the stands like there is no tomorrow, with his antics to drive the players and fans into insanity. He will never go away - he was made that way by evil mastermind Tio Toni. We will not see anything even remotly like this in any sport ever again. Its the perfect storm of darkness.
 

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His dedication and resilience are im a league of its own. If he can make you play one more shot, he will, if he can make you run one more meter, he will... Against Rafa you don't play only him, but because of his presence you also play against yourself. His play will summon all your inner demons at once, and you have to be ready to banish them, or you are done. Against Nadal there are no unforced errors, they are all forced, because he makes the court appear a lot smaller to hit to. It also fascinates me how he seeks to constantly improve every aspect of his game, and we see a new version of him from time to time. I am not a fan of his playstyle, which is my subjective impression, nothing more, but I admire him as a challenge. I don't watch Rafa's matches hoping he will lose, but rather to see who's worthy to rise to the occasion, and who's given up in locker room hours before. All in all, guy is a freak of nature, and as my Fed-fan close friend said "When Rafa is mentioned, people should stand up", showing his admiration for the effort that Rafa put in his career. Without him the tour and the big 3 wouldn't be the same. For me, Novak's matches are mostly "meh", but if he's to play Rafa, I'd never miss that, because I am aware he'll have to give his best, and says a lot.
 

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He plays the role of the enemy so pefectly, I have to admire that.

I mean, part of me still foolishly hopes Federer somehow will defend his Slam record, but Nadal knows no fucking mercy. He will get it and destroy me and all other tennis lovers inside. Then he will torture us with his fake humbleness just to push us into the dark, neverending abyss for good.

Even if the world around us burns and everything goes to hell, Nadal will still stand on that clay court, pushing from the stands like there is no tomorrow, with his antics to drive the players and fans into insanity. He will never go away - he was made that way by evil mastermind Tio Toni. We will not see anything even remotly like this in any sport ever again. Its the perfect storm of darkness.
:ROFLMAO: You Would have been missed ???
 

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His comeback from near oblivion circa RG15 when he was routined by Djokovic at ROLAND GARROS and then that horrid 2016. A lot of people were predicting his imminent retirement and he completely transformed himself for 2017 with two majors and a final down under.
 

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I truly find his grunting and devilish grimaces fascinating.

Sarcasm ending.
 
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