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The Curse of Nadal

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  • #16
    I thought this article would promote some reaction!
    Last edited by johnyandell; 11-08-2019, 10:23 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by dorinn View Post
      People need to get a life...
      You referring to the posters or Rafa Nadal?
      Stotty

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      • #18
        I think he is probably referring to those hyper fans of Fed, Nadal, and Novak who can only appreciate their favorite.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by stroke View Post
          I think he is probably referring to those hyper fans of Fed, Nadal, and Novak who can only appreciate their favorite.
          Well spotted. Whoever...certainly a provocative first post from dorinn.
          Stotty

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          • #20
            This article is a bit adolescent. Great tennis is about rivalries, not about individual players. We wouldn't have had a McEnroe without a Borg, a Sampras without an Agassi. Iron sharpens iron. Nadal and Federer owe their greatness, in part, to each other.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by privas View Post
              This article is a bit adolescent. Great tennis is about rivalries, not about individual players. We wouldn't have had a McEnroe without a Borg, a Sampras without an Agassi. Iron sharpens iron. Nadal and Federer owe their greatness, in part, to each other.
              Well said. What the current rivalries make you wonder is how things might has panned out if Borg and McEnroe had been rivals for longer. Their 14 matches against each other look like infancy compared to the Big 3's clashes against each other. Djokovic and Nadal have played each other 54 times!
              Stotty

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              • #22
                The criticism of Nadal for his tics and machinelike game is silly. His discipline is what makes him amazing! Does anyone understand his own game better than Rafa? How is this looked at as a bad thing? The die hard Federer fans are just too much!

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