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Date: 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22
From: wkhedr
Subject: Nadal the vicious machine
Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently with
both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the extreme.

It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any one
else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at this high
RPM without breaking it.

I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.

I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a genetic
freak :)






 
Date: 05 Feb 2009 11:52:02
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Wed, 4 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, "wkhedr" <wkhedr@my-deja.com >
wrote:

>Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
>Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently with
>both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the extreme.
>
>It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any one
>else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at this high
>RPM without breaking it.
>
>I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
>violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.
>
>I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
>before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a genetic
>freak :)
>


not much longer. it should have broken down already but it will soon.


 
Date: 04 Feb 2009 11:03:07
From: Rodjk #613
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 9:35=A0am, "wkhedr" <wkh...@my-deja.com > wrote:
> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
> Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently w=
ith
> both arms, uses his body, legs, =A0and knees to the extreme.
>
> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any o=
ne
> else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at this h=
igh
> RPM without breaking it.
>
> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.
>
> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a gene=
tic
> freak :)

There's nothing wrong with being a genetic freak...

Rodjk #613


  
Date: 05 Feb 2009 11:54:07
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Wed, 4 Feb 2009 11:03:07 -0800 (PST), "Rodjk #613"
<rjkardo@gmail.com > wrote:

>On Feb 4, 9:35 am, "wkhedr" <wkh...@my-deja.com> wrote:
>> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
>> Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently with
>> both arms, uses his body, legs,  and knees to the extreme.
>>
>> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any one
>> else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at this high
>> RPM without breaking it.
>>
>> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
>> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.
>>
>> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
>> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a genetic
>> freak :)
>
>There's nothing wrong with being a genetic freak...
>
>Rodjk #613


correct. cause they all die out.


 
Date: 04 Feb 2009 17:09:12
From: Roger That
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
wkhedr a écrit :
> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.

What amazes me is that how he has made is game evolve. He still has his
great defense, but he can take the ball earlier as before. I would not
be surprised if he gets an even more aggressive game style, allowing him
to lengthen his carreer a few more years.


  
Date: 04 Feb 2009 11:29:41
From: The MAN
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 8:09=A0am, Roger That <z...@zorg.org > wrote:
> wkhedr a =E9crit :
>
> > I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> > violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well=
.
>
> What amazes me is that how he has made is game evolve. He still has his
> great defense, but he can take the ball earlier as before. I would not
> be surprised if he gets an even more aggressive game style, allowing him
> to lengthen his carreer a few more years.


He's taken the game to another level, physically.

And yet, you can see that he has put some finesse
in his game as well, as he is using the soft drop shots more
often. These work very well.

So he's getting smarter, as well as stronger.

And the most amazing thing about Nadal, is the amazing
ability of his shots to drop like a stone into the court, just barely
in, during his crosscourt shots. It's amazing, because they always
look like they are going to be out, but they curve right back into
the court!


  
Date: 04 Feb 2009 10:15:42
From:
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 11:09=A0am, Roger That <z...@zorg.org > wrote:
> wkhedr a =E9crit :
>
> > I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> > violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well=
.
>
> What amazes me is that how he has made is game evolve. He still has his
> great defense, but he can take the ball earlier as before. I would not
> be surprised if he gets an even more aggressive game style, allowing him
> to lengthen his carreer a few more years.

I agree. He'll probably look to Agassi as his role model. Obviously
he's already got the fitness. But to still
be playing into his late 20s and 30s I think he's going to have to
start taking the ball earlier, not stand so far
back on return, etc. It'll be a tough challenge but I wouldn't put
anything past this guy.


 
Date: 04 Feb 2009 07:59:05
From: topspin
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On 4 Feb, 15:35, "wkhedr" <wkh...@my-deja.com > wrote:
> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
> Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently w=
ith
> both arms, uses his body, legs, =A0and knees to the extreme.
>
> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any o=
ne
> else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at this h=
igh
> RPM without breaking it.
>
> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.
>
> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a gene=
tic
> freak :)

Maybe he should be called Sid...


 
Date: 04 Feb 2009 15:45:37
From: Hg
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:

> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
>
>> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
>> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very
>> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the
>> extreme.
>>
>> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any
>> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at
>> this high RPM without breaking it.
>>
>> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
>> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
>> well.
>>
>> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
>> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
>> genetic freak :)
>
>
> Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
> brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.

In other words - brains is just as important as braun.



--
,/ \,
((___,---"""""---,___))
`-----)~ ~(-----`
'( \ / )'


 
Date: 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35
From: Hg
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:

> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
> Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently
> with both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the extreme.
>
> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any
> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at
> this high RPM without breaking it.
>
> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.
>
> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
> genetic freak :)


Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a brutal
thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.



--
,/ \,
((___,---"""""---,___))
`-----)~ ~(-----`
'( \ / )'


  
Date: 05 Feb 2009 16:54:06
From: andrew.reys@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 2:21 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> tennis41...@yahoo.com wrote:
> > On Feb 4, 9:45 am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg> wrote:
> >> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:
> >>> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
> >>>> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
> >>>> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very
> >>>> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the
> >>>> extreme.
> >>>> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any
> >>>> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at
> >>>> this high RPM without breaking it.
> >>>> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> >>>> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
> >>>> well.
> >>>> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
> >>>> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
> >>>> genetic freak :)
> >>> Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
> >>> brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.
> >> In other words - brains is just as important as braun.
>
> > fedfu*khedr has no use for a brain. no wonder he fails to see it's
> > application.
>
> Fuckhedr has used his brain last few days figuring out what he thinks
> fed thinks and discrediting Nadal in innovative ways.

Being quite generous calling him innovative... ;-)


  
Date: 05 Feb 2009 02:06:17
From: Professor X
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 10:21=A0pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> tennis41...@yahoo.com wrote:
> > On Feb 4, 9:45 am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg> wrote:
> >> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:
> >>> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
> >>>> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
> >>>> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings ver=
y
> >>>> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, =A0and knees to the
> >>>> extreme.
> >>>> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than =
any
> >>>> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running =
at
> >>>> this high RPM without breaking it.
> >>>> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve hi=
s
> >>>> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
> >>>> well.
> >>>> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beati=
ng
> >>>> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
> >>>> genetic freak :)
> >>> Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
> >>> brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.
> >> In other words - brains is just as important as braun.
>
> > fedfu*khedr has no use for a brain. no wonder he fails to see it's
> > application.
>
> Fuckhedr has used his brain last few days figuring out what he thinks
> fed thinks and discrediting Nadal in innovative ways.
>
> --
> "Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
> singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"

Yes, their are too many fedfuckers round here. You can't make any post
against fed on R.S.T without getting one starred.... Even if the post
is based on the facts.
However, you CAN make an anti-anyone else thread and be ok..
fedfuckers are stupid.


  
Date: 04 Feb 2009 11:06:36
From:
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 12:55=A0pm, Professor X <sueboka...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> On Feb 4, 4:09=A0pm, tennis41...@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Feb 4, 9:45=A0am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg> wrote:
>
> > > On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:
> > > > On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
>
> > > >> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
> > > >> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings v=
ery
> > > >> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, =A0and knees to the
> > > >> extreme.
>
> > > >> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy tha=
n any
> > > >> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine runnin=
g at
> > > >> this high RPM without breaking it.
>
> > > >> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve =
his
> > > >> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
> > > >> well.
>
> > > >> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this bea=
ting
> > > >> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is=
a
> > > >> genetic freak :)
>
> > > > Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
> > > > brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.
>
> > > In other words - brains is just as important as braun.
>
> > fedfu*khedr has no use for a brain. no wonder he fails to see it's
> > application.
>
> > > --
> > > =A0,/ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 \,
> > > ((___,---"""""---,___))
> > > =A0`-----)~ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 ~(-----`
> > > =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0'( =A0\ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 / =A0)'- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > - Show quoted text -
>
> i like how the nickname i gave him is catching on!!- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

very apt.


  
Date: 04 Feb 2009 10:55:13
From: Professor X
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 4:09=A0pm, tennis41...@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Feb 4, 9:45=A0am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:
> > > On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
>
> > >> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
> > >> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings ver=
y
> > >> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, =A0and knees to the
> > >> extreme.
>
> > >> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than =
any
> > >> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running =
at
> > >> this high RPM without breaking it.
>
> > >> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve hi=
s
> > >> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
> > >> well.
>
> > >> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beati=
ng
> > >> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
> > >> genetic freak :)
>
> > > Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
> > > brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.
>
> > In other words - brains is just as important as braun.
>
> fedfu*khedr has no use for a brain. no wonder he fails to see it's
> application.
>
> > --
> > =A0,/ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 \,
> > ((___,---"""""---,___))
> > =A0`-----)~ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 ~(-----`
> > =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0'( =A0\ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 / =A0)'- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -

i like how the nickname i gave him is catching on!!


  
Date: 04 Feb 2009 09:50:47
From: andrew.reys@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 7:43 am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg > wrote:
> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
> > Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies against
> > Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very violently
> > with both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the extreme.
>
> > It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any
> > one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at
> > this high RPM without breaking it.
>
> > I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> > violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very well.
>
> > I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
> > before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
> > genetic freak :)
>
> Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a brutal
> thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.

Honestly, when you have Nadal's speed and spin, you don't need to
think much to win matches on clay.


  
Date: 04 Feb 2009 08:09:12
From:
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
On Feb 4, 9:45=A0am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg > wrote:
> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:
> > On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
>
> >> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
> >> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very
> >> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, =A0and knees to the
> >> extreme.
>
> >> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than an=
y
> >> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at
> >> this high RPM without breaking it.
>
> >> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
> >> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
> >> well.
>
> >> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
> >> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
> >> genetic freak :)
>
> > Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
> > brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.
>
> In other words - brains is just as important as braun.
>

fedfu*khedr has no use for a brain. no wonder he fails to see it's
application.

> --
> =A0,/ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 \,
> ((___,---"""""---,___))
> =A0`-----)~ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 ~(-----`
> =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0'( =A0\ =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 / =A0)'- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -



   
Date: 05 Feb 2009 00:21:51
From: TT
Subject: Re: Nadal the vicious machine
tennis41ife@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Feb 4, 9:45 am, Hg <h...@hg2.hg> wrote:
>> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:43:35 +0000, Hg wrote:
>>> On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:35:22 -0500, wkhedr wrote:
>>>> Watching Nadal's movement and his swings during baseline rallies
>>>> against Federer, he puts tons of energy in every shot, he swings very
>>>> violently with both arms, uses his body, legs, and knees to the
>>>> extreme.
>>>> It's very clear that he is too strong and he's got more energy than any
>>>> one else in the tour in order to be able to keep the engine running at
>>>> this high RPM without breaking it.
>>>> I always thought that his body won't be able to continue to serve his
>>>> violent game for long time, but so far it's still functioning very
>>>> well.
>>>> I'm wondering for how long his body will continue to take this beating
>>>> before it crashes otherwise I'd say Nadal is not a human and he is a
>>>> genetic freak :)
>>> Any player that has never lost a match at RG is clearly not just a
>>> brutal thug - point construction is equally important IMHO.
>> In other words - brains is just as important as braun.
>>
>
> fedfu*khedr has no use for a brain. no wonder he fails to see it's
> application.
>

Fuckhedr has used his brain last few days figuring out what he thinks
fed thinks and discrediting Nadal in innovative ways.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"