Another Vs Thread.

Discussion in 'Former Pro Player Talk' started by power level 800, Aug 15, 2012.

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Moya (king of atp seniors) or journey man Young?

  1. Moya in straights

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  2. Young in a third set tie breaker

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  3. Young in straights

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  4. Moya in a third set tie breaker

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  1. power level 800

    power level 800 Semi-Pro

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    1. not insulting anyone. 2. not trolling 3. sincerely wondering what you guys think.

    okay... Here's the scenerio 1. Donald Young is having and awful and rough times in these moments. Bad luck, poor training, maybe not good enough coaching? don't know. I do know he has a horrible streak. :( (maybe it will make him better player?) okay now in the other hand we have Carlos Moya who is dominating the senior tour in first place! with DOUBLE! the amount of the points of the person in 2nd person place who happens to be Mark Philippoussis!! leading the rakings by hundreds of points in front of Goran Ivanisevic, Marat Safin, Michael Stich and Tim Henman. I know Mr. Moya has some years a head of
    Donald and Donald might be quicker and more physical and competing in the ATP (not trying to take credit of the effort Moya has to put on the court. but who would you give to between these two?


    okay 2 conditions to make it fair. 1. Blue clay. 2. U.S. soil.
     
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  2. power level 800

    power level 800 Semi-Pro

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    see for me it's a hard one cause since the blue clay kinda plays fast I can kinda easily see Moya being aggressive on the points or out acing him. (he's still have an arm!) at the same time since it is clay and Young is fit I can also imagine him grinding out the points and if his defense is on par could make it a battle. I dont know, but I'll think it would be fun one to watch!
     
  3. Timbo's hopeless slice

    Timbo's hopeless slice Hall of Fame

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    Ok. Right here, today, on either clay or HC Moya takes it..

    He is very fit at the moment and playing very good tennis. Add to that the fact that Moya is only 35 and retired from the tour less than 3 years ago while ranked considerably higher than DY is now..

    The guy won 20 titles including 4 on HC!
     
  4. power level 800

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    what if moya gave him a handy cap in the first set of 2 games? :(
     
  5. power level 800

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    I was j/k with the above the post. I fairly think he can put up a good fight even if he loses.
     
  6. ACDC

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    Moya is at the end, not so old... low mistakes and desire to win... he got it!
     

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