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Most unlucky player?

  • Djokovic- previous health issues, cursed clay seasons

    Votes: 7 8.6%
  • Federer- Mono which stopped him dominating

    Votes: 10 12.3%
  • Del Po- Wrist injury after breakout slam

    Votes: 48 59.3%
  • Murray- Back operation after winning second slam

    Votes: 4 4.9%
  • Hewitt- Multiple injuries during his career

    Votes: 12 14.8%

  • Total voters
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Some players seem to have a lot of bad luck. The last few years Novak has been so unlucky during the clay season, allowing Nadal to break the streak etc. Now we have his wrist. Who do you think is the most unlucky player?
 

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Ferrer
 

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Out of those, toss up between Hewitt and Del Potro. I love how there's no option for Nadal btw, considering his various injuries.
 

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Out of those, toss up between Hewitt and Del Potro. I love how there's no option for Nadal btw, considering his various injuries.
Nadal is the king of shank winners.
 

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delpo
 

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Delpo tops, but Nadal beats any of the other options, honestly.
 

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Nadal is the luckiest player by a mile...:shrug:
If he hadn't had his injuries, though... But I know this is a bone of contention in tennis fandom. ;)
 

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kontinen, BY FAR... =(
 

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Delpo and Federer

But Delpo isn't all bad luck; it was his own fault for trying to come back too soon.

Federer because the end of his prime was hastened by mono and because he has to deal with Dull, the perfect anti-Federer. Also because he has to deal with rigged draws against him constantly and cheating, pushing, time wasting, etc.
 
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