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YodaKnowsBest
04-25-2011, 05:48 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

miyagi
04-25-2011, 06:10 AM
Shouldn't your title be Fedal won't win any slams on 2011?

Anyway interesting perspective as Murray has not played particularly well since AO and Djoko has been injured?

NadalAgassi
04-25-2011, 06:12 AM
The only slams Murray will ever win is if he begs Navratilova to play mixed doubles with him. And hypothetically speaking any era with Murray winning multiple slams would be a joke era, not a strong era.

Omega_7000
04-25-2011, 06:12 AM
Shouldn't your title be Fedal won't win any slams on 2011?

Anyway interesting perspective as Murray has not played particularly well since AO and Djoko has been injured?

According to majority on this board, Fed is old, done and dusted. It's only about Nadal, Djokovic & Murray from now on.

So the question is ===> Will Djokovic & Murray allow Nadal to win any more slams?

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 06:13 AM
There could be some truth to this. However, I do see Fed taking one more. And Nadal taking the FO. From then on it will be Djokurray show.

NadalAgassi
04-25-2011, 06:17 AM
If mens tennis ever turned into a Djokovic-Murray rivalry at the top people would just stop watching altogether. I remember before the Australian Open the dumb *** commentators trying to build up the excitement of it and the match turned into a joke of course, and it became quickly apparent how much Federer and Nadal are needed.

Nadal will be the favorite to win the French Open and Wimbledon for the next 3-4 years and even a threat to win the hard courts slams- especialy Australia, and Federer will remain a threat and stay ranked higher than Murray. Those who want both to simply dissapear so even overhyped non champions like Murray can reach the top (and Djokovic fanboys wanting a duck and non great like that to be on top so they can have an easy non rival to roll over, LOL) can keep dreaming.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 06:20 AM
Fedal didn't happen overnight. There will always be a new breed in tennis.

NadalAgassi
04-25-2011, 06:25 AM
Nadal is almost the same age as Djokovic. That will be the main rivalry in tennis for the next 4 years or so, with Nadal probably still having the edge. Murray will be out of the top 5 by the end of the year. LOL at the idea of Nadal being replaced on top by a slamless pretender like Murray who is almost the same age as him. The new breed in tennis to reach the top will either be people like Raonic, Dimitrov, Berankis, Tomic, etc...or even more likely people we have never heard of yet.

Sentinel
04-25-2011, 06:31 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

There could be some truth to this. However, I do see Fed taking one more. And Nadal taking the FO. From then on it will be Djokurray show.

First of all, before starting a thread, you Đoković fans should get your skit together :D

"The set guy" - oh snap ! I am still lolling over that :D

Larrysümmers
04-25-2011, 06:33 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

I will have what you are smoking, please.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 06:33 AM
Nadal fans in denial are amusing to say the least.

NadalAgassi
04-25-2011, 06:39 AM
LOL delusional Djokovic fans masturbating over the fantasy of a chump like Murray as being his main rival in coming years is both amusing and sad to say the least. Of course one is the same individual who thinks Seles was going to go on to be a dominant grass court player, a better one than Graf, and win many Wimbledons, ROTFL!!!!!!!!!

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 06:40 AM
Gotta feel sorry for the Murray bashers after he starts winning slams. They are going to be running from these forums :)

single_handed_champion
04-25-2011, 06:50 AM
Murray bashers were definitely onto something, 'coz he's not disappointed them for nearly 3 years, since he reached his 1st GS final at USO 2008. He also fueled their passion at the start of the season with yet another performance fully in keeping with his character. Hence, they don't have anything to worry about for right now. Djokovic did not fare that much better in 3 years as well, making just 1 more final until this year, despite being proclaimed as the next great hope way back in 2008. Hence, until he makes good on his hype for at least 2 straight seasons, Fedal need not lose sleep.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 06:52 AM
Hey, I'm a Fed fan too. But let's get real, does Fedal really exist anymore. I know Roger has done well this year, but he is quite a few steps behind Djoker and Nadal.

miyagi
04-25-2011, 06:58 AM
I will have what you are smoking, please.

:)

10 Murrays

batz
04-25-2011, 07:01 AM
Man, Davey is seriously butthurt just at the thought of Murray winning a slam. I wonder what he'll do if Murray actually wins one.

Cassius Clay
04-25-2011, 07:04 AM
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DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 07:07 AM
Man, Davey is seriously butthurt just at the thought of Murray winning a slam. I wonder what he'll do if Murray actually wins one.

Which one has reincarnated from Davey?

batz
04-25-2011, 07:11 AM
Which one has reincarnated as Davey?

Reincaranted from Davey25 (and other names) more like. NadalAgassi has a remarkably similar prose stye and taste in players.

For the record, can I just state that, while I know that Yoda really does know best, I would be gobsmacked if Nadal didn't win a slam in 2011. In fact I'd be gobsmacked if he didn't win 2.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 07:17 AM
Reincaranted from Davey25 (and other names) more like. NadalAgassi has a remarkably similar prose stye and taste in players.

For the record, can I just state that, while I know that Yoda really does know best, I would be gobsmacked if Nadal didn't win a slam in 2011. In fact I'd be gobsmacked if he didn't win 2.

Ahhh ok, NadalAgassi, that really makes sense. Coming up with a bunch of meaningless arguments as if they were actual evidence :). That guy is funny. As for Nadal, FO of course is a very good probability, but I don't see why everyone thinks Wimby is such a lock or even good probability for Nadal. He's won 2 and neither was that easy.

NLBwell
04-25-2011, 07:20 AM
OK, I'll play. What evidence do you have that Nadal won't win the French?

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 07:22 AM
OK, I'll play. What evidence do you have that Nadal won't win the French?

Well one line of evidence is that it is a tournament whose outcome is not fixed and there are 128 players to start.

Wilander Fan
04-25-2011, 07:23 AM
Eh..Murray is going to win a slam this year for sure. I am going to say Wimbledon but possibly RG. He moves alot better on clay than he did a year ago and the slow surface really suits his game. He seemed to have an answer for everything Rafa threw at him at MC and just seemed to give up in the third set when they told him they ran out of pain killers.

I dont think Djoker picks up another slam and Fedal split the remaining 2. 4 different slam holders is the best outcome for tennis.

I also dont think any new kid will suddenly appear and blow people away. The courts are too slow now for a guy with a serve and a forehand to come in and catch people by surprise.

Sentinel
04-25-2011, 08:29 AM
Gotta feel sorry for the Murray bashers after he starts winning slams. They are going to be running from these forums :)
Please allow emails in your profile, I need to say something! Or email me.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 08:45 AM
Please allow emails in your profile, I need to say something! Or email me.

You want to say something to me? Ok done, email now allowed.

Tennisworld
04-25-2011, 08:53 AM
He will win one or two. If he loses Paris however (which I can't see) he might lose all his confidence and go down slamless.

NadalAgassi
04-25-2011, 08:55 AM
Murray bashers were definitely onto something, 'coz he's not disappointed them for nearly 3 years, since he reached his 1st GS final at USO 2008. He also fueled their passion at the start of the season with yet another performance fully in keeping with his character. Hence, they don't have anything to worry about for right now. Djokovic did not fare that much better in 3 years as well, making just 1 more final until this year, despite being proclaimed as the next great hope way back in 2008. Hence, until he makes good on his hype for at least 2 straight seasons, Fedal need not lose sleep.

Exactly. (10 char)

nadalbestclass
04-25-2011, 09:44 AM
He will win one or two. If he loses Paris badly however (which I can't see) he might lose all his confidence and go down slamless.

Fixed it. His confidence is hit worst when he plays and loses horribly, than just loses.

MichaelNadal
04-25-2011, 09:57 AM
Where in the hell is this Murray stuff coming from? Every year we have to sit through this mess.

NLBwell
04-25-2011, 09:57 AM
Well one line of evidence is that it is a tournament whose outcome is not fixed and there are 128 players to start.

How is that evidence he won't win?

vive le beau jeu !
04-25-2011, 10:38 AM
If he loses Paris however (which I can't see) he might lose all his confidence and go down slamless.
this scenario is the best. :)

Antonio Puente
04-25-2011, 11:08 AM
The King

The Edward V of tennis.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 11:09 AM
How is that evidence he won't win?

Well by requiring evidence he won't win, you are implying that without evidence he WILL win for sure. I'm just pointing out that nothing is guaranteed, not even the FO for Nadal.

Canadian Kid
04-25-2011, 11:15 AM
How many times will you guys eat your words

- Nadal wins FO....."he is a clay court specialist"

- Nadal makes it to finals of wimby "it's a fluke ...he is still a clay court specialist"

- Nadal makes it to final of Wby again "yet another fluke , Federer was playing poorly and it was slow grass"

- Nadal beats Fed in the greatest match of all time" on very wet slick grass...Fed was playing poorly Amd the lighting was bad

Nadal wins the AO - "he can't win on a hard court"

-Nadal wins the USO- "the AO is slow hard court he'll ne'er win the USO.

big bang
04-25-2011, 11:50 AM
How many times will you guys eat your words

- Nadal wins FO....."he is a clay court specialist"

- Nadal makes it to finals of wimby "it's a fluke ...he is still a clay court specialist"

- Nadal makes it to final of Wby again "yet another fluke , Federer was playing poorly and it was slow grass"

- Nadal beats Fed in the greatest match of all time" on very wet slick grass...Fed was playing poorly Amd the lighting was bad

Nadal wins the AO - "he can't win on a hard court"

-Nadal wins the USO- "the AO is slow hard court he'll ne'er win the USO.

yup its all clay!. I dont understand why some guys are HC or grass specialists when all outdoor tournaments are played on clay?. Guess Nadal is the only guy who figured this out.
Ppl/haters said after Nadal won RG "he will never win anything besides RG", but the ATP made green clay, blue clay and probably any color Rafa demands!.

DjokerIsTheBest
04-25-2011, 11:51 AM
I think they should revert the surface back to what they were. Enough clay.

single_handed_champion
04-25-2011, 12:06 PM
If we reversed the trend in surfaces, the entire Nadal generation will collapse in a hurry. Nadal is of course the greatest on clay, Djokovic has said multiple times that he prefers the slower surfaces, and he sucks on grass (slow/fast) anyway. Murray is currently the frontrunner for RG based on his performance in the 2nd game of the 2nd set of the Monte Carlo SF, so it is obvious clay is his very best surface.

nadalbestclass
04-25-2011, 12:10 PM
If we reversed the trend in surfaces, the entire Nadal generation will collapse in a hurry. Nadal is of course the greatest on clay, Djokovic has said multiple times that he prefers the slower surfaces, and he sucks on grass (slow/fast) anyway. Murray is currently the frontrunner for RG based on his performance in the 2nd game of the 2nd set of the Monte Carlo SF, so it is obvious clay is his very best surface.

LOL. Never thought of it this way. Awesome!

billnepill
04-25-2011, 04:00 PM
Hard to think Nadal won't win a Slam this year.

I get the feeling this thread will be active until Wimbledon at least, maybe even after Wimbledon.

NLBwell
04-25-2011, 07:28 PM
Well by requiring evidence he won't win, you are implying that without evidence he WILL win for sure. I'm just pointing out that nothing is guaranteed, not even the FO for Nadal.

No, doesn't imply that at all. He is the overwhelming favorite, though, so I thought you might have some reason for saying he won't win.

YodaKnowsBest
04-26-2011, 06:35 AM
Shouldn't your title be Fedal won't win any slams on 2011?

Anyway interesting perspective as Murray has not played particularly well since AO and Djoko has been injured?

Federer isn't worth mentioning anymore.

The King has announced his return and is ready to take control again.

Hard to think Nadal won't win a Slam this year.

I get the feeling this thread will be active until Wimbledon at least, maybe even after Wimbledon.

Hard to think he will win a slam during this era. We have the unstoppable king and a aggressive Murray who are ready to take over. Solderling can also finish the job, but it will depend on the draw.

This thread will remain active untill the USO where Nadal will lose his 3rd consecutive gs title.

Dilettante
04-26-2011, 07:05 AM
First of all, before starting a thread, you Đoković fans should get your skit together :D

"The set guy" - oh snap ! I am still lolling over that :D

What's "The set guy" about?

borg number one
04-26-2011, 07:24 AM
I'll take Nadal at the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open, if I had to choose now (meaning who do I think will win each of those tournaments). Even at the US Open, I would likely take Nadal over Djokovic. Yet winning all three of those majors will be extremely tough. It's early, but I think that even at the US Open, Nadal is likely to be very difficult for Djokovic to contend with. Best of five sets and the dynamics at majors (seven matches to win) tend to favor Nadal. Furthermore, Djokovic is yet unproven at both the FO and Wimbledon. I do think that Djokovic has a good shot at winning the US Open in particular this year. It's still early though, we'll see how they play from tournament to tournament.

angiebaby
04-26-2011, 07:33 AM
Wow. All those proclaiming Djoker as 'The King' had better hope like hell that he doesn't have a season fade out. I like Novak, think he's a great player and there's no doubting he's on a great run. This could be the year he finally shows some consistency but until it happens, it hasn't happened.

As for Murray, I would have thought people would be thinking twice about predicting big things for him. It's actually what's weighing the poor guy down. He can't cope with these lofty expectations, especially when there's very little foundation for them.

Tennisworld
04-26-2011, 07:49 AM
I'll take Nadal at the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open, if I had to choose now (meaning who do I think will win each of those tournaments). Even at the US Open, I would likely take Nadal over Djokovic. Yet winning all three of those majors will be extremely tough. It's early, but I think that even at the US Open, Nadal is likely to be very difficult for Djokovic to contend with. Best of five sets and the dynamics at majors (seven matches to win) tend to favor Nadal. Furthermore, Djokovic is yet unproven at both the FO and Wimbledon. I do think that Djokovic has a good shot at winning the US Open in particular this year. It's still early though, we'll see how they play from tournament to tournament.

Nadal has been better than Djokovic in slams, he has struggled more with Murray. By reading some posts you could think, that the slams will be played only between those two, if it were the case, Nadal seems to have the better cards considering the past. But the Spaniard on the other hand has often lost on hardcourt against players you would not have expected to beat him. I have often seen, that he is struggeling, if one or two players can give him a battle before the quarters or semis.
At the US Open last year Nadal could not have asked for a better draw. His only real challenge was Djokovic, before meeting him he had opponents, who were not in his class or had tough five setters before. He was fresh as a daisy in the final, which was a big advantage.

Murrayfan31
04-26-2011, 07:53 AM
Nadal has been better than Djokovic in slams, he has struggled more with Murray. By reading some posts you could think, that the slams will be played only between those two, if it were the case, Nadal seems to have the better cards considering the past. But the Spaniard on the other hand has often lost on hardcourt against players you would not have expected to beat him. I have often seen, that he is struggeling, if one or two players can give him a battle before the quarters or semis.
At the US Open last year Nadal could not have asked for a better draw. His only real challenge was Djokovic, before meeting him he had opponents, who were not in his class or had tough five setters before. He was fresh as a daisy in the final, which was a big advantage.
Djokovic is on a new diet and is way fitter than he used to be. Rafa can say goodbye to beating Djokovic. At least he got his US Open before Djokovic got fit. lol

dmt
04-26-2011, 08:25 AM
Djokovic is on a new diet and is way fitter than he used to be. Rafa can say goodbye to beating Djokovic. At least he got his US Open before Djokovic got fit. lol

This is a comical post. Djokovic lost to Nadal fair and square. What "new diet" is he on? You dont have to like nadals game but to discredit him like this is ridicolous. Besides both the indian wells and miami matches (especially miami) were close.

GOAT BAAH!!!
04-26-2011, 08:29 AM
Djokovic is on a new diet and is way fitter than he used to be. Rafa can say goodbye to beating Djokovic. At least he got his US Open before Djokovic got fit. lol

Agreed. This is Murray's year and the start of an undisputed dominant stretch for the Scot. He will win the next 12 slams without dropping a set. Djoker may have a better diet but Muzza has increased hand eye coordination due to his intense X box Kinect training. His movement on clay was that much more impressive in Monte Carlo mostly due to the Michael Jackson experience...

Sentinel
04-26-2011, 08:41 AM
This is a comical post. Djokovic lost to Nadal fair and square. What "new diet" is he on? You dont have to like nadals game but to discredit him like this is ridicolous. Besides both the indian wells and miami matches (especially miami) were close.
Is it one of those *cough* diets, that ... er ... requires a voluntary suspension when detected ? :D :twisted::twisted:

YodaKnowsBest
04-26-2011, 08:55 AM
This is a comical post. Djokovic lost to Nadal fair and square. What "new diet" is he on? You dont have to like nadals game but to discredit him like this is ridicolous. Besides both the indian wells and miami matches (especially miami) were close.

Those matches were close bacause the King wasn't 100%. Here is the link where he mentions his knee problem. (1:46-1:52) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTSWCqKYXLg
also the weather played a huge factor in Miami, giving Nadal all the adventages he needs.

NADAL_GOT_THIS
04-26-2011, 08:55 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

You be so disappointed when Nadal wins Roland Garros and Wimbledon, and then it will be like "uh oh if Nadal wins the US Open he will be going for the Rafa Slam again in Australia"!1

YodaKnowsBest
04-26-2011, 08:58 AM
What's "The set guy" about?

http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=377306

YodaKnowsBest
04-26-2011, 08:59 AM
You be so disappointed when Nadal wins Roland Garros and Wimbledon, and then it will be like "uh oh if Nadal wins the US Open he will be going for the Rafa Slam again in Australia"!1

**** or gtfo!1

Tennisworld
04-26-2011, 09:01 AM
Something important is forgotten in this discussion. Nadal has not defended a slam outside Paris until now.
He is a man, who likes to attack freely, he hates to be under pressure. But now he has the favourite burden on him in every slam. It seems he is very concerned about his number 1 ranking, that is why he played Barcelona last week. If Djokovic will stay closely behind him the next weeks, the pressure on him will only rise.

NADAL_GOT_THIS
04-26-2011, 09:10 AM
Something important is forgotten in this discussion. Nadal has not defended a slam outside Paris until now.
He is a man, who likes to attack freely, he hates to be under pressure. But now he has the favourite burden on him in every slam. It seems he is very concerned about his number 1 ranking, that is why he played Barcelona last week. If Djokovic will stay closely behind him the next weeks, the pressure on him will only rise.

Hate's to be under pressure? He has won 9 of his 11 grand slam finals. He's known as the best pressure player in the world and often compared to Sampras. Nadal and Sampras are the only players ever to win 7 of a title, and Nadal did his in succession (7 straight Monte Carlo Masters)!1

Ralph
04-26-2011, 09:19 AM
LOL delusional Djokovic fans masturbating over the fantasy of a chump like Murray as being his main rival in coming years is both amusing and sad to say the least. Of course one is the same individual who thinks Seles was going to go on to be a dominant grass court player, a better one than Graf, and win many Wimbledons, ROTFL!!!!!!!!!

Not that I definitely think Murray will win a slam, but would you be willing to put money on the fact that he wouldn't?

Murrayfan31
04-26-2011, 09:20 AM
Agreed. This is Murray's year and the start of an undisputed dominant stretch for the Scot. He will win the next 12 slams without dropping a set. Djoker may have a better diet but Muzza has increased hand eye coordination due to his intense X box Kinect training. His movement on clay was that much more impressive in Monte Carlo mostly due to the Michael Jackson experience...
I'm also a Djokovic fan if you haven't noticed. They play pretty similar and are both cool unlike Nadal.

Ralph
04-26-2011, 09:20 AM
Something important is forgotten in this discussion. Nadal has not defended a slam outside Paris until now.
He is a man, who likes to attack freely, he hates to be under pressure. But now he has the favourite burden on him in every slam. It seems he is very concerned about his number 1 ranking, that is why he played Barcelona last week. If Djokovic will stay closely behind him the next weeks, the pressure on him will only rise.

Very good point made here re. the pressure on the other Ralph, and how he's now handling being the head honcho. He does indeed not like being the favourite, and that is starting to show somewhat even on his favoured surface.

Ralph
04-26-2011, 09:22 AM
You be so disappointed when Nadal wins Roland Garros and Wimbledon, and then it will be like "uh oh if Nadal wins the US Open he will be going for the Rafa Slam again in Australia"!1

Unlikely, very unlikely. And there lies the problem in that if he doesn't start to gain ground on Roger's majors tally this year, he's only going to find it harder the next.

NADAL_GOT_THIS
04-26-2011, 09:28 AM
Unlikely, very unlikely. And there lies the problem in that if he doesn't start to gain ground on Roger's majors tally this year, he's only going to find it harder the next.

Oh I'd say extremely likely given that he's won RG and Wimbledon in 2008 and 2010 and he's moving even better now than he was last year. Nobody is stopping Nadal on clay and grass, odds on favorite. And US Open, always makes semis at worst!1

Tennisworld
04-26-2011, 10:03 AM
Hate's to be under pressure? He has won 9 of his 11 grand slam finals. He's known as the best pressure player in the world and often compared to Sampras. Nadal and Sampras are the only players ever to win 7 of a title, and Nadal did his in succession (7 straight Monte Carlo Masters)!1

But Nadal will not only have to play the slam finals. lol. He will be under huge pressure from day one and has loads of points to defend. He will be the declared favourite from the players and the press. Let us see how he manages it.

NADAL_GOT_THIS
04-26-2011, 10:14 AM
But Nadal will not only have to play the slam finals. lol. He will be under huge pressure from day one and has loads of points to defend. He will be the declared favourite from the players and the press. Let us see how he manages it.

LOL@pressure haha he loves pressure and did not even drop a set before the AO injury!1

Tennisworld
04-26-2011, 10:21 AM
LOL@pressure haha he loves pressure and did not even drop a set before the AO injury!1

Do you have ever considered, that the injury was a consequence of the pressure and anxiety, because he wanted the Rafa slam that badly?

ucr_tennis90
04-26-2011, 10:25 AM
rafa has won enough on clay and at RG to not be nervous.

that being said, he definitely seems to like being the "underdog" more than being the "favorite", especially on grass. whether that is a "i'm putting less pressure on myself to succeed" thing or not i don't know.

Marius_Hancu
04-26-2011, 10:50 AM
where's the POLL? :-)

nadalbestclass
04-26-2011, 10:55 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

Lendl thinks you are outrageous and wrong. I'd take his judgement over yours. Nice trolling tho. :)

marc45
04-26-2011, 12:42 PM
Do you have ever considered, that the injury was a consequence of the pressure and anxiety, because he wanted the Rafa slam that badly?

no, i consider that running and hurting yourself....in other words being a professional athlete....was kobe (another pressure king) nervous the other night when he sprained his ankle?

li0scc0
04-26-2011, 12:46 PM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

Nadal will lose 2 sets at the French Open. In ALL his matches combined. :)

marc45
04-26-2011, 12:47 PM
LOL@pressure haha he loves pressure and did not even drop a set before the AO injury!1they just don't get nadal, do they?...he has spelled out his mentality many times but people don't listen....be in shape for your next match both mentally and physically, focus on every single point, don't think ahead, play the match competitively through the last point, and surprise, surprise no thinking about ranking points and slam titles....win the tournament and hold up the trophy....i don't know whether that will be enough this year the rest of the year, but his mindset has certainly put him in good stead most of the time

marc45
04-26-2011, 12:51 PM
rafa has won enough on clay and at RG to not be nervous.

that being said, he definitely seems to like being the "underdog" more than being the "favorite", especially on grass. whether that is a "i'm putting less pressure on myself to succeed" thing or not i don't know.good point, he does play that card all the time and it seems to work for him...much different from most top athletes...kinda bothers me, but if it does reduce pressure more power to him, part of his mentality i suppose...more complex than maybe i've thought

YodaKnowsBest
05-11-2011, 04:45 AM
so is there still anyone who thinks I'm insane?

Sentinel
05-11-2011, 08:42 PM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

so is there still anyone who thinks I'm insane?
I am with you, but i keep losing you when i get to "and Muzza" :D

cocolate
05-11-2011, 09:56 PM
Nadal will lose 2 sets at the French Open. In ALL his matches combined. :)

Nadal would be lucky to win it at all after yesterday's performance

NYCtennis1
05-12-2011, 06:37 AM
I see a three way battle for the slams in the next few years if delpo can stay healthy. He just has enormous talent that can pose threats to anyone. If delpo gets back into form Murray losses all relevance.

rascaypica
05-12-2011, 06:46 AM
I heard this few times last years... so.... As my coach usually says... let´s see, the game needs to be played....

What i can say, is Nadal is stronger when is not the favourite... Anyway... i cant take credit out from Nadal in an Awesome season,

AO. he is out... ok, no excuses... it happens.

MIami and IW. Finalist in the worst surfaces for him
Madrid Finalist

The other two tournaments, won... so, he is not in so bad shape....

rascaypica
05-12-2011, 06:51 AM
Ah!!! i forgot to tell you.

Djoko played CRAZY TENNIS, awesome... This level of tennis I think only Nadal can beat him if he playis at his best. Federer cannot do it now a days...

CMM
06-05-2011, 10:22 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/5885/hgyfc.jpg

veroniquem
06-05-2011, 10:45 AM
so is there still anyone who thinks I'm insane?
You care to settle that with a poll? :)


(Rafa haters: always great source of entertainment on TT!)

ViscaB
06-05-2011, 11:32 AM
Yoda Yoda Yoda Yadda Yadda Yadda

The Force is strong with this one. ...

TheNatural
06-05-2011, 11:43 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/9459/nelsonmuntzrie2dg3.jpg

beast of mallorca
06-05-2011, 11:46 AM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

So much for your prediction dude.

Rickenbacker4003
06-05-2011, 12:27 PM
Not in this strong era he will. The King and Muzza will split all slams from now on.

Yoda knows jack ****. :) Fail of epic proportions. Especially the Murray part.

Sid_Vicious
06-05-2011, 12:31 PM
Yoda knows jack ****. :) Fail of epic proportions. Especially the Murray part.
That guy is a jackass. He was also referring to Nadal as a "b!tch" after Djokovic beat him in rome.

Rickenbacker4003
06-05-2011, 12:35 PM
That guy is a jackass. He was also referring to Nadal as a "b!tch" after Djokovic beat him in rome.

Oh well, he'll go hide for a while now.

Aeropax
06-05-2011, 12:38 PM
He should change his username to "YodaKnowsJack"

martinross
06-05-2011, 12:45 PM
Seeing Nadal v Federer again reminds me how much we will miss Federer when he retires.

Xemi666
06-05-2011, 12:49 PM
Yoda Yoda Yoda Yadda Yadda Yadda

The fail is strong with this one. ...

Fixed your post :twisted:

Rickenbacker4003
06-05-2011, 12:51 PM
Seeing Nadal v Federer again reminds me how much we will miss Federer when he retires.

I think we'll miss both of them when they're gone. To replace them will be tough. It's hard to match the intensity between fans of both camps when they're gone. I mean, Joker and Murray? Egh. Not really. I guess we need to look further ahead.

PSNELKE
06-05-2011, 01:07 PM
So much fail in one thread.