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1st Seed
08-08-2009, 08:54 AM
Wonder if Roger will still be lacking confidence on the HC.Wasn't to long ago he was whinning about the beatings he was taking and smashing sticks.This will be interesting.Better off staying home and changing diapers.
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Fedfan1234
08-08-2009, 08:59 AM
Wonder if Roger will still be lacking confidence on the HC.Wasn't to long ago he was whinning about the beatings he was taking and smashing sticks.This will be interesting.Better off staying home and changing diapers.
Sound more if you are talking about yourself if you ask me. He did win the USopen and reached the AO final. Not to bad if you asked me, most players including Nadal, Murray and Djokovic would dream of this.

P_Agony
08-08-2009, 09:02 AM
He is the greatest HC player I've ever seen, but somehow his HC game hasn't been clicking since TMC 2007. Yes, he won here and there and played great at the recent US Open, but still, something isn't going well for him on hard courts like it used to. Hopefully he can improve his HC game and win something big.

TheMagicianOfPrecision
08-08-2009, 09:04 AM
He is the greatest HC player I've ever seen, but somehow his HC game hasn't been clicking since TMC 2007. Yes, he won here and there and played great at the recent US Open, but still, something isn't going well for him on hard courts like it used to. Hopefully he can improve his HC game and win something big.
...Like a 6th Us Open!

1st Seed
08-08-2009, 09:38 AM
With the new babies now I believe he will lose all of his stamina in long matches.I expect him to crash out more now then ever before.Once he starts to lose will see tanking and spraying even poor footwork.Tennis isn't his #1 priority anymore.That 15th slam was all he wanted this year everything else won't matter,#1,slams,titles,all irrelevant now.

Fedfan1234
08-08-2009, 11:19 AM
With the new babies now I believe he will lose all of his stamina in long matches.I expect him to crash out more now then ever before.Once he starts to lose will see tanking and spraying even poor footwork.Tennis isn't his #1 priority anymore.That 15th slam was all he wanted this year everything else won't matter,#1,slams,titles,all irrelevant now.
Sounds more Like a wish than an expectation. No foundation for this whatsoever. Offcourse he does have a bigger chance of losing now than ever, he is getting older and more and more players seem to be able to challenge him. However it is a big step to say he is finished and I think it is ridiculous to say he has no stamina anymore, he played long matches against Roddick, Haas and Del Potro at Wimbledon and RG. He seemed fine there, this won't change over night.

I guess what you mean is that now that he has surpassed Sampras in slam wins and with the babies he is losing his drive. Well I don't think this will happen, only if he loses matches in the 3rd and 4th round of slams. That will take a couple of years.
Federer is very greedy you know, he wants all the slams for himself. This will not change now, he is only setting new goals for instance reaching 20 slam wins. Or winning 6 US open titles in total surpassing Sampras or winning 7 wimbledon titles equal to Sampras. There are enough records left and enough time to break them.

フェデラー
08-08-2009, 11:20 AM
With the new babies now I believe he will lose all of his stamina in long matches.I expect him to crash out more now then ever before.Once he starts to lose will see tanking and spraying even poor footwork.Tennis isn't his #1 priority anymore.That 15th slam was all he wanted this year everything else won't matter,#1,slams,titles,all irrelevant now.

so basically, you are a troll?

VivalaVida
08-08-2009, 11:22 AM
LOL. I remember Nadal and Djokovic fans hating and acting tough after that quote. Man did they get owned. :lol::lol: