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Tennis_Monk
06-14-2011, 08:01 PM
TW forum, at the fore front of Tennis revolution, came up with this term God Mode. Not sure what exactly it defines but my understanding is that the player is playing the best tennis he possibly can when in God Mode.

Assuming that our current ATP players (so no retired pros) show up in their God mode for Wimbledon 2011 , who would win and why ?

NamRanger
06-14-2011, 08:03 PM
Federer hands down. His serve forehand combination would be too good.

borg number one
06-14-2011, 08:05 PM
Rafael Nadal.

Manus Domini
06-14-2011, 08:06 PM
Federer, but Roddick would be the finalist.

TheBoom
06-14-2011, 08:07 PM
Djokovic. He wasn't playing all that well when he lost to fed and if he finds his indian wells/ AO form he will own

Pwned
06-14-2011, 08:11 PM
Federer. Djokovic was playing out of his mind at the FO but still couldn't beat Fed.

Sid_Vicious
06-14-2011, 08:34 PM
M? I did not know that Federer had a middle name. What is it? Maestro? :lol:

Cup8489
06-14-2011, 08:36 PM
All in God mode?

Federer, for sure.

Tammo
06-14-2011, 08:40 PM
Does Nadal's middle initial "P" stand for picker?

Sentinel
06-14-2011, 08:41 PM
Raphla Nadal alway play in God's mode. He win Wimbldno without drop a set.

Raphla God Mode > Fredrer God Mode

Tennis_Monk
06-14-2011, 08:43 PM
Raphla Nadal alway play in God's mode. He win Wimbldno without drop a set.

Raphla God Mode > Fredrer God Mode

yours good post. no?

okdude1992
06-14-2011, 08:44 PM
close call between nadal and federer. i could see another 5 set final between them, going either way

Feņa14
06-14-2011, 08:49 PM
Tricky one! I'd say Federer would beat Murray in the final. Murray's problem is that he hasn't produced when it really matters, if he's in God mode then he should probably make it to the final on grass. Federer at his best would be too much for him though.

nadalbestclass
06-14-2011, 08:51 PM
Connors in 5 for sure, no?

MichaelNadal
06-14-2011, 09:13 PM
Um, Federer's god mode would beat them all at Wimbledon in his prime. But 2011 Federer beating a 25yo Nadal? the 06 and especially 07 finals were tight, and Nadal was nowhere near God mode. Nadal would win in 4 or 5 these days.

Bud
06-14-2011, 09:16 PM
Nadal at the 2010 USO was close to god mode. If that Nadal shows up, he'll run through the field.

Nextman916
06-14-2011, 09:22 PM
Roddick's god mode on grass was Wimbly 09. I'd like to see anybody beat Roddick in that form besides god mode Roger.

AznRamenDude
06-14-2011, 09:39 PM
I would say we win. The 07, 08, and 09 final was really exciting :) And those were just two players in the final.

If you are saying the whole field is in their God Mode, can you say most exciting grand slam event ever, regardless of who wins?

tenniselbow1
06-14-2011, 10:03 PM
Roger at his best is not losing to anyone on grass. In his era or any other era. I think its a no brainer. You poll 5000 people this question and he'll hit close to 70% on this poll I would imagine.

cknobman
06-15-2011, 07:02 AM
Roger

Roger

and

Roger

fotisutmost
06-15-2011, 07:03 AM
This is way too easy... Not even have to mention the name.

PSNELKE
06-15-2011, 07:11 AM
No question Fed beats Ralph in a 4 setter in the final.

glazkovss
06-15-2011, 09:43 AM
Actually, I thought only Federer can turn on God Mode. Other players' highest modes are not so godly.
But if they were, I would pick Raonic over Karlovic, or otherwise.

glazkovss
06-15-2011, 09:46 AM
Only Federer has God Mode. Other players' highest modes are not godly enough to be called that way.

Fedex
06-15-2011, 09:54 AM
I know this is controversial but I'm going to say Soderling.
And I know the game I'm thinking of was on a different surface at the French Open against Federer in 2010 but I don't think I've ever seen such a devastating display of tennis as that.
Simply impossible to play against.
And Federer was playing fantastic tennis that day but no one could have stood up to that.
My opinion of course.
If Soderling could somehow bring that form to Wimbledon...

NadalAgassi
06-15-2011, 11:03 AM
Nadal of course. Federer in his prime and playing his best was lucky to beat developing Nadal in the 2007 Wimbledon final where he was destroyed from the baseline all match, but survived through a career serving day and Nadal choking the big points.

mandy01
06-15-2011, 11:05 AM
If he's playing at his very best-Roger.Of course that would mean he has to also stay strong physically and be prepared metnally during the later stages of the tournament.Not have lapses in concentration and everything.Of course, it's unfortunately a long shot at this stage but I hope it happens.

ksbh
06-15-2011, 11:08 AM
The King Soderfool is unstoppable at his best. But as the name indicates, his intelligence fails him all too often. All brawn and no brain.

Homeboy Hotel
06-15-2011, 11:51 AM
Roddick ? ROFL. He'll get taken out by a lucky looser in R2

Cup8489
06-15-2011, 02:41 PM
Nadal of course. Federer in his prime and playing his best was lucky to beat developing Nadal in the 2007 Wimbledon final where he was destroyed from the baseline all match, but survived through a career serving day and Nadal choking the big points.

Did you watch that match? Federer should've won in straights.. he managed to choke away a break lead in the first set and failed miserably on break points. That was not Federer at his best, by any stretch of the imagination.

PCXL-Fan
06-15-2011, 02:52 PM
The golden eagle of Roger.

Lsmkenpo
06-15-2011, 03:10 PM
As a Soderling fan we prefer to call it "Devil" mode.

in Devil mode Soderling serves 145mph+ and hits consistent ground strokes off both wings at 80+mph,occasionally throwing in a mocking gesture between points just for the hell of it.


Soderling is unbeatable in Devil mode.

feetofclay
06-15-2011, 03:12 PM
Nadal in straight sets. He should have done it in 3 in 2008.

Rafa Garros
06-15-2011, 03:13 PM
federere played at his very bests in 2008 and was unable to do it so it seem a hard pick to go with fed rights now. he should take hearts from appearance in best wimbeldon final ever.

flyinghippos101
06-15-2011, 03:20 PM
he should take hearts from appearance in best wimbeldon final ever.

English please

Lsmkenpo
06-15-2011, 03:23 PM
A healthy Rafa playing atrocious tennis for his standards would rip SoderFAIL a new one in less than 20 mins...

Rafa has little say to the outcome of any match against top players in Devil mode. ****** doesn't have the weapons to dictate play, even little Andy Murray can over power him and hit him off the court or simply make him give up and quit the match, because he knows there is nothing he can do about it, playing against players capable of hitting winners at a much higher rate than himself.

Lsmkenpo
06-15-2011, 03:37 PM
You act as if players like Andy FAILry and SoderFAIL are even in the same evolutionary dimension as the GOAT. If Rafa's playing average, and SoderFAIL's playing his best, the match will consist of Rafa hitting top-spin forehands to SoderFAIL, who will idiotically attempt to bash the ball as hard as he can. Then you'll hear a loud roar from SoderFAIL as the ball flies over the entire arena and hits some old dude's car.

Class dismissed.

Nadal is a product of the slowest era in the history of the sport, if court speeds didn't favor defense over offense for the past 5 years Nadal wouldn't be a factor on the manly surfaces. Here is what happens when a player plays the game like a real man and is in Devil mode playing offensive tennis against Nadal.
http://gototennis.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/rafael_nadal_loses_french_open.jpg

reversef
06-15-2011, 03:44 PM
Roddick's god mode on grass was Wimbly 09. I'd like to see anybody beat Roddick in that form besides god mode Roger.

Federer was certainly not in God mode in Wimbly 2009.

Rock Strongo
06-15-2011, 03:46 PM
A healthy Rafa playing atrocious tennis for his standards would rip SoderFAIL a new one in less than 20 mins...

He was healthy, it was 2 years ago, STOP MAKING EXCUSES!

Keld0r
06-15-2011, 03:50 PM
i think Karlovic has a great chance if he plays his best tennis. Also Tsonga. Typically more aggressive players benefit the most from grass, so while Murray is a great player, i don't think grass suits his defensive style that well. Not that it can't happen.

Lsmkenpo
06-15-2011, 03:58 PM
Tonight is a full moon, we will sacrifice a ******* virgin to unleash the Soderling Devil mode prior to Wimbledon.


The only problem is which ******* virgin to pick, no doubt there are so many to chose from here. We did this a couple of years ago, some of you may recall a poster who went by the name of Nadal_Freak.

http://i52.tinypic.com/i3599j.gif

1970CRBase
06-15-2011, 04:28 PM
One God mode cancels out another, I say.

Fedex
06-15-2011, 06:09 PM
As a Soderling fan we prefer to call it "Devil" mode.

in Devil mode Soderling serves 145mph+ and hits consistent ground strokes off both wings at 80+mph,occasionally throwing in a mocking gesture between points just for the hell of it.

Soderling is unbeatable in Devil mode.

I agree. Soderling was like the Devil that day at the FO.
He must have sold his soul to play like that.

djokovicgonzalez2010
06-15-2011, 06:23 PM
Soderling and Federer both play nearly-unstoppable offense at best.
Same with Monfils and Murray for defense

Sneezy
06-15-2011, 06:28 PM
I think Delpo playing out of his mind could beat anyone in the field easily. How is anyone suppose to return groundstrokes coming at 100+ mph.

FedExpress 333
06-15-2011, 06:34 PM
Roger Maestro Federer

jackson vile
06-15-2011, 06:53 PM
Nadal is a product of the slowest era in the history of the sport, if court speeds didn't favor defense over offense for the past 5 years Nadal wouldn't be a factor on the manly surfaces. Here is what happens when a player plays the game like a real man and is in Devil mode playing offensive tennis against Nadal.
http://gototennis.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/rafael_nadal_loses_french_open.jpg

You mean the last 10 years, also Soderlings game against Federer was by far more brutal with Nadal a sad second.

Really though Nadal is not the issue, since everyone thinks (myself included) that Federer is going to take it. It would be rather pathetic for Soderling to take out Nadal and then to lose yet once again to Federer in the final.

I suggest you re-asses what *** you sacrafice, or face 2009 all over again.

Lsmkenpo
06-15-2011, 07:27 PM
You mean the last 10 years, also Soderlings game against Federer was by far more brutal with Nadal a sad second.

Really though Nadal is not the issue, since everyone thinks (myself included) that Federer is going to take it. It would be rather pathetic for Soderling to take out Nadal and then to lose yet once again to Federer in the final.

I suggest you re-asses what *** you sacrafice, or face 2009 all over again.

I will take it into consideration, we may do one of each or better yet 2 *******s and 1 *******.

Lsmkenpo
06-15-2011, 08:29 PM
Haha...nice ******** modification. It's plainly obvious that you're one of those guys that has the unfortunate trait of innate ignorance, because of your irritating refusal to believe anything but your orgasmic fantasies about SoderFAIL.

Class Dismissed.

Since you said "Class Dismissed" I don't really see how I can have any retort.
That is almost as good as TheTruth or some other old ******* lady trying to lend some credence to another *******'s weak *** post with their approval.

I will just welcome you to the boards once again, beastiality_nadal :)

The new *******s are just too easy, where is Namelessone at least he can try to wear me down or bore me to death with an 8 or 9 paragraph rebuttal. These new kids cant even create a screen name without making a fool of themselves.

DjokovicForTheWin
06-15-2011, 08:44 PM
Nadal himself admitted that in God mode, Federer wins hands down.

callmethedoctor
06-15-2011, 08:55 PM
No one said Nalby?

Proset
06-15-2011, 08:59 PM
At Wimbledon, an in-God-mode Roger would win hands won. Tsonga would make a very deep run though, as would Fat David and Dr. Ivo

kyear2
06-15-2011, 11:33 PM
I would say Roger, with Del Po close behind

Tennis_Monk
06-16-2011, 06:53 PM
I didnt realize that people would vote for David Ferrer. Awesome player and great guy but i dont think his God mode will be enough to beat other players in God mode.

Bobby Jr
06-16-2011, 07:12 PM
It isn't even a close call. Playing at their peak performance Federer wins hands-down. He's just got too much fire-power and 'last shot' tennis in his repertoire, too much ability to snuff opponents out of a chance.

That said, if they're each 20% off top form then it's Federer who starts to have more chinks in his armour than Nadal and Djokovic as his game is so much more offensively-minded he loses out on two fronts - hitting both fewer winners and more unforced errors.

tennis_pro
06-16-2011, 07:18 PM
Nadal at the 2010 USO was close to god mode. If that Nadal shows up, he'll run through the field.

Youzhny and Verdasco confirm.

pc1
06-16-2011, 07:34 PM
Honestly it is so difficult to talk about players playing at their best. Some guys may look great but let's say another player discovers a weakness and all they do is hit to the weakness and the player can't hurt the opponent because his or her weakness is exploited. How can that player play his or her best if the other player doesn't allow him to?

Now if others allow this player to use his or her strengths this person may destroy them. A good example could be Edberg. Everyone knew Edberg's backhand was his great strength on his groundies so players tried to hit to his weakness on the forehand. It wasn't easy to exploit as Ivan Lendl once noted but people tried to go after the forehand of Edberg.

Edberg has had some matches in which he looked virtually unbeatable like his US Open final effort against Jim Courier but could he have done that if Courier played him differently to exploit his weaknesses? Maybe, maybe not.

Hitman
06-17-2011, 01:01 AM
God Mode....Karlovic. Meaning, every serve is an ace. Meaning, he will win every set in the tie break, because no-one will win a single point against him. In God Mode, his serve in untouchable.

Otherwise, Federer in God Mode.

AhmedD
06-17-2011, 02:56 AM
I'd have to go with Federer in God mode. And let me just make definition of God Mode clear. I'm talking about top form Federer with his best movement/footwork/court positioning and at his fittest and quickest. I'm also talking about Federer firing off all off both wings and barely missing like he use too. Let's be honest, Federer is a much smarter and more experienced player at this age to be honest, if you combine that with the full set of skills he has displayed at his glory days, that's pretty hard to beat on grass. Of course, against God mode Rafa, I'm not going to say it's going to be a stream roller, since God mode Rafa's defense is out of this world, but on grass he sort of looses some of that edge has on Federer's backhand don't you think. It's going to be close, but I'd give the edge to Federer since he has the set of skills to actually dictate play on grass, and is more experienced,

That is my personal opinion, it's not for certain, it's just what I think assuming that God Mode Federer and God Mode Nadal.

Some interesting things to add is that Rafa was practically in God Mode in the 2008 final, and from my perspective, Federer showed a lot of fluctuation in form, and if it was not for him finally appearing to get it together in the important moments of the third and fourth set, it would have gone to Nadal in 3 or 4 sets. I'm not saying Federer didn't play real well, I'm just saying that form my view it wasn't the best I've seen him perform on grass.

Either way, it's always a close call between those two, you can never really tell.

TheTruth
06-17-2011, 05:41 AM
Nadal.

Nadal god-mode reminds me of FO 2008.

No answers coming from the other side.

borg number one
06-17-2011, 06:05 AM
Nadal himself admitted that in God mode, Federer wins hands down.

Nadal also says that his first round matches are going to be VERY tough and that he'll have to play really well to win. I think that he's got a great mentality actually for pro tennis and obviously it's working for him. When Nadal is playing his best, I really think that its very difficult for any player to beat him. Strange things can happen in a tennis match, especially in a five setter (a guy winning many more points but losing a match, etc.), but basically once Nadal got to about 22-23 and rounded out his game, I think he became the man to beat at the majors and that has continued during these last few years. I think he'll be at the top for the next few years as well.

egn
06-17-2011, 06:23 AM
Tsonga. In god mode his serve is huge, his drop volley is perfect, his mind is clear, his strength is unmatched...Tsonga. For example see Australian Open 2008 vs Nadal...but that's not even his full capabilities that's just really got Tsonga, GOD Tsonga now thats that match and then some..

egn
06-17-2011, 06:24 AM
oh and by the way awesome poll results guys..

Hitman
06-17-2011, 06:31 AM
Tsonga. In god mode his serve is huge, his drop volley is perfect, his mind is clear, his strength is unmatched...Tsonga. For example see Australian Open 2008 vs Nadal...but that's not even his full capabilities that's just really got Tsonga, GOD Tsonga now thats that match and then some..

I remember that God Tsonga match against Nadal. Sensational stuff, even Nadal just looked over at Toni and was like, what the hell is going on here?! One of the greatest single performances I have seen, with sensational all court tennis. He had all the shots that night and Nadal had no answer.

I haven't sadly seen him since in that frame of mind.

Omega_7000
06-17-2011, 06:31 AM
Nadal at the 2010 USO was close to god mode. If that Nadal shows up, he'll run through the field.

Nadal at the 2010 USO was in lucky mode.......not god mode.

cknobman
06-17-2011, 06:35 AM
If you want to talk about "GOD" mode then my vote goes to Chuck Norris.

When "GOD" wants to grant "GOD" mode to a player he asks Chuck for permission!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

egn
06-17-2011, 06:36 AM
I remember that God Tsonga match against Nadal. Sensational stuff, even Nadal just looked over at Toni and was like, what the hell is going on here?! One of the greatest single performances I have seen, with sensational all court tennis. He had all the shots that night and Nadal had no answer.

I haven't sadly seen him since in that frame of mind.

I know if Tsonga could play that way 20-30% of the time his results would drastically improve..

Boricua
06-17-2011, 06:42 AM
Rafael Nadal.

Nadal, first choice.

TheTruth
06-17-2011, 07:13 AM
Nadal also says that his first round matches are going to be VERY tough and that he'll have to play really well to win. I think that he's got a great mentality actually for pro tennis and obviously it's working for him. When Nadal is playing his best, I really think that its very difficult for any player to beat him. Strange things can happen in a tennis match, especially in a five setter (a guy winning many more points but losing a match, etc.), but basically once Nadal got to about 22-23 and rounded out his game, I think he became the man to beat at the majors and that has continued during these last few years. I think he'll be at the top for the next few years as well.

Wow, Bjorg said that? Your signature. That's amazing.

borg number one
06-17-2011, 07:24 AM
Wow, Bjorg said that? Your signature. That's amazing.

I'm sure he's talking about his younger years, but yes, that blew me away, given what he's experienced out there..check out these clips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPGh4p0dyIk&feature=related (strengths)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0jP590fIDc&feature=relmfu (success)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbvmPjYA5CA (aura)

HEADfamilydynasty
06-17-2011, 07:25 AM
If in "God" and with confidence
Definitely Federer

zagor
06-17-2011, 07:36 AM
Nadal at the 2010 USO was in lucky mode.......not god mode.

Have to disagree,he did have a very easy draw but his level of play was also very high,it was the best tennis I've ever seen him play on HC save for maybe 2009 AO and 2007 IW.

TheTruth
06-17-2011, 07:53 AM
I'm sure he's talking about his younger years, but yes, that blew me away, given what he's experienced out there..check out these clips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPGh4p0dyIk&feature=related (strengths)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0jP590fIDc&feature=relmfu (success)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbvmPjYA5CA (aura)

Darn. I could only get the picture, but it wouldn't move. I'll have to look it up on another computer. Can't wait to hear it. For some reason my computer eats up speakers. I've had so many over the years and they always go out.

Hitman
06-17-2011, 07:59 AM
Have to disagree,he did have a very easy draw but his level of play was also very high,it was the best tennis I've ever seen him play on HC save for maybe 2009 AO and 2007 IW.


In my opinion, his greatest ever hard court performance was the AO 09 semi final. It was one of the best matches I have ever seen. Him and Verdasco tore the house down and rebuilt it a hundred times over in that match. I could watch that match every week and never get bored.

bolo
06-17-2011, 08:16 AM
Right now.....Rafael Nadal. :)

Historically, in the pro era....Petros Sampras. :)

egn
06-17-2011, 08:35 AM
Historically, in the pro era....Petros Sampras. :)

Gosh why must everyone push the Petros..he goes by Pete. Gosh I don't recall once in his whole career him ever being called Petros other then at the very beginning when he was asked which does he go by and he said Pete.

martini1
06-17-2011, 08:37 AM
God mode Federer is unbeatable, but like many superheroes his god mode would only last about 45min-90min max these days. Rafa's god mode would outlast Fed's long enough to take over during the 2nd or 3rd set.

And sorry, Federer just switched off Djoker's god mode so he won't be using god mode until he reboots.

zagor
06-17-2011, 08:42 AM
In my opinion, his greatest ever hard court performance was the AO 09 semi final. It was one of the best matches I have ever seen. Him and Verdasco tore the house down and rebuilt it a hundred times over in that match. I could watch that match every week and never get bored.

I agree,it was an amazing match,AO seems to deliver them more so than any other slam.Shame Verdasco couldn't build more upon that terrific run,the guy always had game.

tennis_pro
06-17-2011, 08:47 AM
Nadal.

Nadal god-mode reminds me of FO 2008.

No answers coming from the other side.

I think you need to know that Wimbledon is not played on clay.

No, wait...

TheTruth
06-18-2011, 02:39 AM
I think you need to know that Wimbledon is not played on clay.

No, wait...

Um uh. Nadal has played great at Wimbledon every year that he participated. If he goes into god-mode, it's over for the rest of the field :).

tenniselbow1
06-18-2011, 02:46 AM
Um uh. Nadal has played great at Wimbledon every year that he participated. If he goes into god-mode, it's over for the rest of the field :).

Nadal couldn't beat Novak or Roger in God mode. When Nadal beats Novak again in his career we can talk about if he even has a 'God' mode:) He has yet to beat Novak in his prime... And I don't see him doing it this entire year.

tenniselbow1
06-18-2011, 02:49 AM
Lol I said this was a no brainer 4 pages ago and said if you poll 5000 people this question , Federer would hit over 70%.. Still going.

Tennis_Monk
06-18-2011, 03:46 AM
Lol I said this was a no brainer 4 pages ago and said if you poll 5000 people this question , Federer would hit over 70%.. Still going.

Now that you nailed this one, lets do the most imp one. who are you allotting the wimbledon trophy to?

tenniselbow1
06-18-2011, 04:00 AM
Now that you nailed this one, lets do the most imp one. who are you allotting the wimbledon trophy to?

Its tough. Had Fed over Rafa if they met in the semis. 65/35..
As things stand with them only being able to meet in the final. It all depends on how Fed's semifinal goes. He's a favorite in my eyes in a match against Novak. But if he's extended he may not have the juice to perform at this best in the final as well. He's 29 not as consistent, we'll see... he really shocked me playing like 'Fed' of 4-5 years ago in Paris so have to wait to see a few matches to get an idea on the consistency factor. It will be a close final regardless, if its Federer/Nadal.

I'm giving Rafa a 5-10% chance against Novak if they meet. Possible beat down, Novak at 21 years of age played him extremely tight in Queens , this should be an easy win if that happens now.

Tennis_Monk
06-18-2011, 04:04 AM
Its tough. Had Fed over Rafa if they met in the semis. 65/35..
As things stand with them only being able to meet in the final. It all depends on how Fed's semifinal goes. He's a favorite in my eyes in a match against Novak. But if he's extended he may not have the juice to perform at this best in the final as well. He's 29 not as consistent, we'll see... he really shocked me playing like 'Fed' of 4-5 years ago in Paris so have to wait to see a few matches to get an idea on the consistency factor. It will be a close final regardless, if its Federer/Nadal.

I'm giving Rafa a 5-10% chance against Novak if they meet. Possible beat down, Novak at 21 years of age played him extremely tight in Queens , this should be an easy win if that happens now.

You still did not pick a winner. IF and BUTS can be done by anyone. (eg: I cna say if Nadal plays well and if he doesnt meet X and Y, he will win. Thats not a good prediction).

Who is the ONE player that will Wimby 2011?

TheTruth
06-18-2011, 09:47 AM
I'm sure he's talking about his younger years, but yes, that blew me away, given what he's experienced out there..check out these clips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPGh4p0dyIk&feature=related (strengths)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0jP590fIDc&feature=relmfu (success)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbvmPjYA5CA (aura)

Those were nice, the ones on Borg. That's the first time I've heard him talk in some depth. Read a lot, but never heard him. It was nice.

Mac, ugh! I was watching a biography on Tatum O'Neal yesterday and she talked about their marriage. It was really sad.

Thanks! Very enjoyable.

mandy01
06-18-2011, 09:50 AM
Gosh why must everyone push the Petros..he goes by Pete. Gosh I don't recall once in his whole career him ever being called Petros other then at the very beginning when he was asked which does he go by and he said Pete.What's wrong with Petros? I kind of like it.

Tennis_Monk
06-18-2011, 11:23 AM
What's wrong with Petros? I kind of like it.

I Agree.

Petros J Sampras. whats wrong with that...

West Coast Ace
06-18-2011, 10:11 PM
Federer. He'd win 3 straight tiebreaks against anyone. Fed in God Mode would never lose a point on serve. Eventually all the others would lose 1 in the tb - that's all he'd need.