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Date: 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53
From: wkhedr
Subject: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in his
The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.

The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.

No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.

These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.

I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
morning that Verdasco won.




 
Date: 29 Jan 2009 18:26:58
From:
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in
On Jan 29, 8:38=A0pm, Dave Hazelwood <the_big_kah...@mailcity.com >
wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkh...@my-deja.com>
> wrote:
>
> >The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
> >gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
> >trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>
> >The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>
> >No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
> >can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>
> >These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>
> >I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
> >morning that Verdasco won.
>
> Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
> fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
> spanish subject.
>
> Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?
>
> Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
> strong these loyalties are.

Why do you care? You already said Fed won the tournament when Murray
lost
and that you don't fear Nadal at all.


  
Date: 30 Jan 2009 02:56:29
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in his loss in AO.
On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 18:26:58 -0800 (PST), jasoncatlin1971@gmail.com
wrote:

>On Jan 29, 8:38 pm, Dave Hazelwood <the_big_kah...@mailcity.com>
>wrote:
>> On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkh...@my-deja.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
>> >gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
>> >trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>>
>> >The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>>
>> >No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
>> >can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>>
>> >These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>>
>> >I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
>> >morning that Verdasco won.
>>
>> Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
>> fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
>> spanish subject.
>>
>> Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?
>>
>> Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
>> strong these loyalties are.
>
>Why do you care? You already said Fed won the tournament when Murray
>lost
>and that you don't fear Nadal at all.


i don't. just pointing out another of the many ways Rafa CHEATS.


 
Date: 29 Jan 2009 17:46:01
From: Lax
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in
Nadal takes it in 4.


 
Date: 30 Jan 2009 01:38:32
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in his loss in AO.
On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkhedr@my-deja.com >
wrote:

>The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
>gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
>trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>
>The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>
>No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
>can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>
>These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>
>I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
>morning that Verdasco won.


Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
spanish subject.

Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?

Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
strong these loyalties are.


  
Date: 30 Jan 2009 19:50:17
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result
Dave Hazelwood wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkhedr@my-deja.com>
> wrote:
>
>> The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
>> gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
>> trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>>
>> The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>>
>> No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
>> can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>>
>> These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>>
>> I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
>> morning that Verdasco won.
>
>
> Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
> fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
> spanish subject.
>
> Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?
>
> Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
> strong these loyalties are.


lol - Haze is shitting himself. I must say I never expected you to
concede Rafa's superiority ('match-up issue') - lol. Priceless.



   
Date: 30 Jan 2009 09:05:01
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in his loss in AO.
On Fri, 30 Jan 2009 19:50:17 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au >
wrote:

>Dave Hazelwood wrote:
>> On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkhedr@my-deja.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
>>> gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
>>> trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>>>
>>> The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>>>
>>> No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
>>> can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>>>
>>> These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>>>
>>> I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
>>> morning that Verdasco won.
>>
>>
>> Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
>> fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
>> spanish subject.
>>
>> Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?
>>
>> Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
>> strong these loyalties are.
>
>
>lol - Haze is shitting himself. I must say I never expected you to
>concede Rafa's superiority ('match-up issue') - lol. Priceless.


Fed is superior. Just not against nadal on clay. Sort of like Galo
Blanco and Pete.


  
Date: 30 Jan 2009 13:18:13
From: Edward McArdle
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in his loss in AO.
In article <cbm4o4988deqo132j7rp94klo92t9kn92j@4ax.com >, Dave Hazelwood
<the_big_kahuna@mailcity.com > wrote:

>On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkhedr@my-deja.com>
>wrote:
>
>>The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
>>gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
>>trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>>
>>The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>>
>>No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
>>can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>>
>>These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>>
>>I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
>>morning that Verdasco won.
>
>
>Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
>fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
>spanish subject.
>
>Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?
>
>Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
>strong these loyalties are.

Aaargh! I accidentally read a posting by Dave Hazelwood!

--
Edward McArdle


   
Date: 30 Jan 2009 02:26:23
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in his loss in AO.
On Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:18:13 +1100, mcardle@ozemail.com.au (Edward
McArdle) wrote:

>In article <cbm4o4988deqo132j7rp94klo92t9kn92j@4ax.com>, Dave Hazelwood
><the_big_kahuna@mailcity.com> wrote:
>
>>On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:01:53 -0800 (PST), wkhedr <wkhedr@my-deja.com>
>>wrote:
>>
>>>The logic says that Nadal should beat Verdasco, but somehow Verdasco
>>>gained a lot of confidence in himself when he brought DC to Spain. He
>>>trained with Agassi fitness coach and he feels great on court.
>>>
>>>The results were clear, he beat Murray and Tsonga.
>>>
>>>No doubts Murray was a solid player and one of the favorites, no one
>>>can under-estimate Verdasco's efforts.
>>>
>>>These two wins gave him more confidence that he can beat anybody now.
>>>
>>>I expect Nadal to win but I won't be surprised if I found out in the
>>>morning that Verdasco won.
>>
>>
>>Verdasco "can" easily beat nadal but he "won't". He has been told to
>>fall on his sword for the Gipper and he will do that like a loyal
>>spanish subject.
>>
>>Honestly, you guys just don't get it do you ?
>>
>>Perhaps some spaniard or person of spanish descent can comment on how
>>strong these loyalties are.
>
>Aaargh! I accidentally read a posting by Dave Hazelwood!


Congratulations. Your mind will have grown a little today.


 
Date: 29 Jan 2009 17:31:23
From: Lax
Subject: Re: It's possible that Nadal's decision not to play DC will result in
Verdasco, so far, has been playing just as well as Nadal (in fact his
level of play in some of those sets against Murray has been higher
than Nadal's level in any set of AO). He is a different player and
didn't look the least bit scared against Murray or Tsonga.

BUT, this is Nadal, the one Verdasco considers the toughest player on
tour..............