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Looking at this, Medvedev actually recreated Chang's shot almost to a T. Didn't recall Chang's UA serve being equally poor. Just that unlike Med he didn't rush the net. Med may have also prevailed had he stuck to the OG formula (although possible that Tsitsipas could've come up with a drop shot; he did say he sensed sth different in Med's actions and wasn't caught off guard entirely).
 

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It's a shot those born in this millennium not for millennials
 

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Looking at this, Medvedev actually recreated Chang's shot almost to a T. Didn't recall Chang's UA serve being equally poor. Just that unlike Med he didn't rush the net. Med may have also prevailed had he stuck to the OG formula (although possible that Tsitsipas could've come up with a drop shot; he did say he sensed sth different in Med's actions and wasn't caught off guard entirely).
That’s quite the understatement, he was on that last point like a 🪰 on 💩.
 

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Clear in what way? While you answer that, how do you ignore all the childish, arrogant angry stunts he pulls? He literally had his team wipe a video of him behaving poorly from the internet in 2018. The medical time outs, the shoelaces, the family...
Clear in he is clearly introverted and if you don’t agree, just take a look at any interview. That has nothing to do with “childish and arrogant stunts”. Do you not know what introverted means? The medical time outs.. I won’t even discuss because I can’t think of an instance where he took one he didn’t need, he didn’t even take one last year vs Novak when he was clearly struggling. His shoelaces, you think that’s fun for him? It is not a tactic at all, would be a pretty stupid move from him. His family. again, if you paid any sort of attention or bothered to look into it you would see him telling his team to be quiet and asking them to stop talking more than anyone. But again, this has nothing to do with being awkward and introverted.
 

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So is, "irregardless." The dictionary contains numerous non-words, because it's nothing more than a descriptive text of the way people talk. Since there are many stupid people, and stupid people make up stupid non-words, those are also included.
Yeah, incorporating popular language is the point of a dictionary. Language is always evolving. The entries aren't based on your false sense of superiority
 

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Yeah, incorporating popular language is the point of a dictionary. Language is always evolving. The entries aren't based on your false sense of superiority
You can't just break the rules and expect anyone to take your made up language seriously. Try submitting a paper in any academic institution with the non-word, "cringey," and see what happens.

You don't use the "y" suffix to refer to something inducing something in someone else. If "cringey" were to be a word, it would mean the thing in question is cringing...at you.
 

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Federer?!

I actually disagree than millennials start at late 1980th. I think they start at 1991. And it is a funny joke. Millennials say they can do whatever they feel like doing. Underarm service fits perfectly.
You can disagree all you want, but you're factually wrong. Federer, Roddick, Serena, Nadal, Djokovic are all millennials. 1991 is already approaching the tail end of what is considered millennial.
 
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