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teatennis
09-13-2012, 11:13 PM
As a girl, I know most guys here on this forum hate RAFA.
But you do realize that he is still going to be top #3 even while he's out. Murray is unlikely to keep up what he's doing to catch up to it or hold#3 for long.
When rafa comes back later this year after his long vacation, he will be stronger than ever and start winning again.

Here's some pics for all you rafa fans:

http://topnews.in/sports/files/rafa-nadal.jpg
http://i25.tinypic.com/rribo4.png
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/97/Rafael_Nadal_holding_the_2008_Rogers_Cup_trophy2.j pg
http://www.starok.com/html/photos/more/rafael-nadal-8879.jpg

NadalDramaQueen
09-13-2012, 11:17 PM
Nice pictures. 8)

Rafa is adorable. The evil Muzza may be number three for now, but he will fall right back in line as soon as he hears that Rafa is making his return. :)

teatennis
09-13-2012, 11:21 PM
Federer will probably stick around #1 spot for another year. But age will kick in soon and he'll fall back to #3 leaving Nadal and Djokavic to battle out #1. And Murray will be that pesky fly lurking around winning a couple of slams here and there.

NadalDramaQueen
09-13-2012, 11:26 PM
Federer will probably stick around #1 spot for another year. But age will kick in soon and he'll fall back to #3 leaving Nadal and Djokavic to battle out #1. And Murray will be that pesky fly lurking around winning a couple of slams here and there.

You're crazy. Rafa is going to come back strong in 2013 and leave Djokovic in the dust. Federer will be too old to realize that he is getting passed in the rankings and will likely wander the grounds of the major tournaments not knowing where he is.

Rafa: The Return
This time, it's personal. 8)

Sentinel
09-13-2012, 11:45 PM
Federer will probably stick around #1 spot for another year. But age will kick in soon and he'll fall back to #3 leaving Nadal and Djokavic to battle out #1. And Murray will be that pesky fly lurking around winning a couple of slams here and there.

LMAO, that's being very generous. Fred will likely fall to #4 with the #1 position tossed between Rafa and Nole. Murray will find his place at number 3 and remain there for till the Sun burns out.

Rafa's will likely retire in 2015 due to knee issues or burnout and then it's between Nole and Murray who will both burn out by 2017. Roger will come out of retirement then and sneak in a CYGS and the 2020 OG Gold.

Murrayfan31
09-13-2012, 11:53 PM
Notice all those pictures were a few years back. Nadal has lost it.

MurrayMyInspiration
09-14-2012, 05:03 AM
My *** senses are tingling...:twisted:

Cup8489
09-14-2012, 07:28 AM
http://timekeepingscore.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/rtr34bfq_edited.jpg?w=600&h=400&crop=1

Truthfully, I don't feel that Nadal's ever going to get back to the top of the game. He's a confidence player, and this injury cannot be good for his confidence. Nor will he be able to go long stretches without injury, and with Djokovic and now murray playing without fear, he will have to work that much harder to get back to the top

I just don't see it. Of course, I wouldn't mind if he proves me wrong.. but I just don't see it, this time.