Excuses for losing

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  1. tennis_badger

    tennis_badger Rookie

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    well, lets get this going, we know the tards will come up with some great excuses later on
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    Murray lose to fed: lack of match preparation, been playing during the day all the time.

    Murray went to final and lose to joker:
    a)he has hard draw, facing fed and novak back to back (despite not facing anybody up to semi and only spent min amount of time on court).
    b) he's tired, only got 1 day break, joker got 2 day break.

    Fed lose to murray: bad back (he's been using double clothing, which i assume what its for).

    Fed went to final and lose to joker:
    a) hard draw (somewhat true, he has to face tsonga, murray and joker, still, no excuse though)
    b) he's tired, see above

    Joker lose to Murray/Fed:
    a) too much rest, his body is already "cool" down (pretty sure someone actually use this excuse a while back)
    b) still tired from that match with Stan (yeah right)
     
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  2. sureshs

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    Bad back excuse has already been presented and is now being refined and fine-tuned to get it absolutely right. What is a thermal vest, when do people put it on, why did Fed put it on, did he ever put it on before, did Fed have to bend for any balls, how the angle of bend was affected by the bad back, etc - all these are being researched to make a convincing case that Fed would have won easily with a good back.
     
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  3. Mainad

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    Murray loses::

    1. Didn't get to play any night matches prior to semi so had no time to prepare for the different conditions etc.

    2. Draw not challenging enough. So not tested and battle-hardened enough.

    Fed loses:

    1. Didn't have sufficient time to recover from his epic 5 setter against Jo-Willy. Don't forget he's an old guy of 31!

    2. Didn't get sufficient night-time matches under his belt. Heck, rumour has it that he was actually made to play during the DAY in one of his earlier rounds!

    Djoker loses:

    1. Conditions not ideal for him. There was a bit of a breeze blowing on court. Everyone knows his game just falls to pieces whenever that happens!

    2. Too much rest after his latest quick beat-down of his favourite pigeon Dahveed in the semis. Too much time between semi and final. Not enough on-court practice to regain his rhythm and timing!

    :wink:
     
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  4. NadalDramaQueen

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    Let us just hope that we get to hear the Djoker excuses. His fans are becoming unbearable (some of them, especially the "new users"). TheF1Bob is cool, though. :cool:
     
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  5. THE FIGHTER

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    it's funny how people think rafa is one to make a lot of excuses.
     
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  6. kaku

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    something about bad backs and wind and fatigue and nadal
     
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  7. Steve0904

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    Oh he has enough to last a lifetime. Don't worry about that.
     
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    Federer loses to Nadal

    "The only reason he lost was because Nadal hit high spinny balls to Fed's BH, Wahhhhh he exposed his weakness"
     
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  9. TheF1Bob

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    There's always an excuse when he loses be it fake or.... fake.

    FACT! 8)
     
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  10. THE FIGHTER

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    of course, but i dont consider injuries an excuse since they do affect one's play. injuries are an actuality.
     
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  11. Steve0904

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    Staying fit is part of tennis.
     
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  12. NadalDramaQueen

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    Accepting your hero's excuses while refusing to accept anyone else's. Classic ******** ROFL.
     
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  13. THE FIGHTER

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    then most of everyone who plays tennis recreationally above the age of 30 is a terrible offender of this.
     
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  14. THE FIGHTER

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    nadal can give as many excuses as he wants as long as he keeps winning barcelona.
     
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  15. Steve0904

    Steve0904 G.O.A.T.

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    Why would you want him to keep winning that useless 500?
     
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  16. NadalDramaQueen

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    Give it up man, we all know that you're not really NSK, just a cheap knockoff.
     
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  17. Steve0904

    Steve0904 G.O.A.T.

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    Problem is Nadal is 26. This isn't about recreational players above the age of 30. But we can make it about poker players if you like.
     
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  18. THE FIGHTER

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    *paris i mean, but he can win barcelona too.
     
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  19. THE FIGHTER

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    rafa is the most fit poker player, so i'm not sure if you'd want to go there. the tour is about winning the most, and as of now, only one other player on tour has won more. i'm okay with that. i dont see murray or djokovic surpassing nadal because they primed at later ages, but play just about as physically demanding of a game as rafa.
     
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