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Date: 30 Jan 2009 10:54:09
From: ajdevise
Subject: The Greatest Trick Ever
Was pulled by ITF and ATP in making it seem Nadal is as good as his
result would say he is. How? You all know it ofcourse, by making
courts clay-like (even grass), and balls huge and heavy.

Fly Nadal 10 years into the past and he wouldn't go past the 3rd round
of US Open, Wimbledom and AO. It's not like all the spainards that
came before him were mentaly handicaped and couldn't adapt to smaller
change...it was that the change was huge back then. 10 years ago Nadal
would have been another Bruguerra, raping on clay and then doing
nothing for the rest of the year. You can forget a Wimbleon QF for him
ever, much less actually playing final or wining it.

So while Fed was lucky to play in a weak era, the luckiest of all is
Nadal. Not only has everything been slowed down so beyond all reason
he was given a chance to win Wimbledon, but he also got the chance to
use his natural born counter-Fed game even more efectively and beat
him often, and thus make himself apear even greater.

Nadal is fighter and has a lot of heart, but however you look at it
he's a bumrooter. Any number of players can not only beat him, but
RAPE him on every surface apart form clay. That doesn't happen to
great players...period.

I for one have become really tired of Fed Rafa matches, it's boring
and it's killing tennis. I don'0t mind watching either when they play
other people, but when they play each other it's the most boring match-
ups of all time.

Nadal plays 99% of his shots and server to Fed's backhands...and
that's it. That's the match. If the surface if slow and bouncy enough
Nadal rapes him, if it's only fairly slow i have to watch practicaly
two bumrooters and Nadal does his boring routine, and Federer either
bumroots the bh back or sprays it around.

BORING. Wish Tsonga/Murray or beaten Verdasco, at least it would have
been a watchable final.




 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 11:08:23
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The Greatest Trick Ever
ajdevise wrote:
> Was pulled by ITF and ATP in making it seem Nadal is as good as his
> result would say he is. How? You all know it ofcourse, by making
> courts clay-like (even grass), and balls huge and heavy.
>
> Fly Nadal 10 years into the past and he wouldn't go past the 3rd round
> of US Open, Wimbledom and AO. It's not like all the spainards that
> came before him were mentaly handicaped and couldn't adapt to smaller
> change...it was that the change was huge back then. 10 years ago Nadal
> would have been another Bruguerra, raping on clay and then doing
> nothing for the rest of the year. You can forget a Wimbleon QF for him
> ever, much less actually playing final or wining it.
>
> So while Fed was lucky to play in a weak era, the luckiest of all is
> Nadal. Not only has everything been slowed down so beyond all reason
> he was given a chance to win Wimbledon, but he also got the chance to
> use his natural born counter-Fed game even more efectively and beat
> him often, and thus make himself apear even greater.
>
> Nadal is fighter and has a lot of heart, but however you look at it
> he's a bumrooter. Any number of players can not only beat him, but
> RAPE him on every surface apart form clay. That doesn't happen to
> great players...period.
>
> I for one have become really tired of Fed Rafa matches, it's boring
> and it's killing tennis. I don'0t mind watching either when they play
> other people, but when they play each other it's the most boring match-
> ups of all time.
>
> Nadal plays 99% of his shots and server to Fed's backhands...and
> that's it. That's the match. If the surface if slow and bouncy enough
> Nadal rapes him, if it's only fairly slow i have to watch practicaly
> two bumrooters and Nadal does his boring routine, and Federer either
> bumroots the bh back or sprays it around.
>
> BORING. Wish Tsonga/Murray or beaten Verdasco, at least it would have
> been a watchable final.


You're kidding right? A debutante in a slam final is going to win a set
off Fed?



 
Date: 30 Jan 2009 12:22:15
From:
Subject: Re: The Greatest Trick Ever
The greatest trick was pulled by ITF and ATP in making people think
federina is the GOAT, when he has benefitted playing in the muggiest
era ever. Proof? This is the SEVENTH Nadal-Fed final at the slams, a
record of course. With so many mugs on tour it is always the same two
fags reaching the finals. duh. A record. 2 players and a bunch of
mugs.


 
Date: 30 Jan 2009 12:21:27
From:
Subject: Re: The Greatest Trick Ever
The greatest trick was pulled by ITF and ATP in making people think
federina is the GOAT, when he has benefitted playing in the muggiest
era ever. Proof? This is the SEVENTH Nadal-Fed final at the slams, a
record of course. With so many mugs on tour it is always the same to
fags reaching the finals. duh. A record.