Fed on schedule for another Nadal drubbing....

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  1. FlashFlare11

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    Guys, what happened to RafaWon2012?
     
  2. dudeski

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    Nope. What happened is that 4 years past his prime Federer finally figured out peak Nadal.
     
  3. ledwix

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    Federer became the second player to defeat Nadal 10 times.
     
  4. TMF

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    Interesting fact. And an 18-10 isn't what I call ownage, which many fans like to throw it around. It's not like Fed's record against Roddick.
     
  5. FlashFlare11

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    The head-to-head just looks better simply because Federer's in double-digits.

    But, yes, 18-10 isn't total domination, especially when Nadal has lost to Federer on every surface/condition whereas Nadal has never beaten Federer after July.
     
  6. rommil

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    Lol heshe got out ofbed today too so we shall await for himher here:)
     
  7. hoodjem

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    Maybe Fed lost a little game, but gained some wisdom.?
     
  8. joechiang

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    How could a Fed fan miss this thread? :)
     
  9. Magnetite

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    Fed spanked Nadal yesterday. It was just pure ownage, in terrible conditions.

    Nadal was visibly bothered by the weather, but Fed just hit through the wind.
     
  10. nadalwon2012

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    I never even said Federer couldn't beat Nadal. You clowns sure are obsessed with me. Just wow at my domination of some people. And my post regarding the final-

     
  11. cknobman

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    Nice call op!
     
  12. nadalwon2012

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    Federer has whooped Nadal plenty over the years. Not a surprise to see it this week. Not as lopsided as the world tour finals. Cahill said it best when he tweeted 'if Fed can't beat Nadal in today's conditions, then he's screwed for the year'.
     
  13. rommil

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    With your severly unbiased perspective and a foretelling name, it would be crazy to expect people not to get enamored by you:)....... So how are you today ma'am?
     
  14. Pistol Pete

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    Actually he never tweeted that. I would go check again.
     
  15. nadalwon2012

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    Somebody quoted Cahill saying that. It must have been on the air or somewhere apart from twitter. I just assumed it was twitter, because there I saw him tweeting a lot just before the final, regarding the weather.
     
  16. nadalwon2012

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    Never better, as Nadal has moved closer to Djokovic. Djokovic was defending an Indian Wells title. Nadal was defending an Indian Wells final appearance. Djokovic lost a lot more than Nadal, hence Nadal has moved closer to reclaiming the top ranking, thanks.
     
  17. fed_rulz

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    Cahill did say before the match (on air) that if Fed does not beat Nadal today, his season could be in trouble -- he did not mention anything about "today's conditions". In any case, I never got it why Fed's whole season would depend on the outcome of this one match.
     
  18. nadalwon2012

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    Ok.

    If that's the case, doesn't make a lot of sense. Federer has won 16 slams while only winning 2 of 8 slam meetings. Doesn't seem to matter if Nadal has the edge over Federer, in terms of overall success. I just thought the quote mentioned something about the conditions, but either way, its over.
     
  19. Tennis_Hands

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    Hilarious. Wasn't Nadal supposed to put Djokovic to a test today? According to your own words.

    I know that you said that rommil's theory should be put to test. But those words have the same meaning, because they meant, that Nadal and Djokovic will meet at the final today. So, there.
     
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    Mr. Troll this is not only for you, but for every one like you out there. 6-5 on a hard court, 2-1 on grass now.. That's 2/3 surfaces Roger has the head to head advantage on. The two places he's got the better of Fed on a hard court are without a doubt the two slowest hard courts on the tour, Miami and the AO. What makes this loss so bad for Rafa is that IW is in the bottom tier of that group of slow hard courts, but Fed was able to give him a lesson on it. Miami and the AO ( arguably the slowest slam at the moment) are what Rafa can claim at this point . Fed is the only active player to win the AO on both rebound ace and plexicusion. 5/8 of Nadal's slam wins have been on clay. Rafa to date has never beaten Fed after Wimbledon in a season:) Can you say "transitional #1" ? Your boy's reputation took arguably the biggest one day hit in his career yesterday. The only thing that could surpass this, would be a loss in the FO finals this year.
     
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    Hahaha. Please, stop embarrasing yourself. I actuallly am starting to feel for you. Such a confused mind.
     
  22. nadalwon2012

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    Of course, if Nadal met Djokovic. He didn't. Nadal has been improving vs Djokovic of late, so I am well within my rights to suggest Nadal will put Djokovic to the test. I only mentioned it being at Indian Wells because that is/was the next available opportunity. Either way, I don't think I hurt anyone's feelings. At least I'm not predicting scores. There is a thread on general board now where posters are predicting the score of the Isner-Federer final.
     
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    I was only referring to Cahill's opinion. It was not my own. You may have to talk/write to Cahill.

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=417183&page=22

     
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    now you post lies, then you backpedal about your lies?
     
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    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=417183&page=18

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=417183&page=20

    And there was also this, which was said on the air-

     
  27. Rjtennis

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    How is Nadal improving vs Djokovic? He lost in the AO final to a listless and tired Novak. Nole just has way more of a complete aggressive and defensive game than Nadal. Nadal cant come close to matching the aggressive but consistent game nole plays. And the dampness last night may have helped fed, but the wind should have been a big plus for Rafa as it would have slowed down Fed's serve and fh.
     
  28. TMF

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    Where is jackson_ville?
     
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    Son, let me make it clear to you, since you do not make any sense at all.

    When you expect Nadal to put Djokovic to a test (your words) at the IW final you also expect him to beat Federer, in order to reach that final. Are you still with me? Good. Two days later you say, that you are not surprised to see Federer beating Nadal. (Something, that not only you, but also quite reasonable posters on this board and dedicated Federer or Nadal fans failed to foresee.). Those two opinions of yours are inconsequent. They contradict each other.

    10feelsorryforyous
     
  30. nadalwon2012

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    That's how Djokovic usually plays. That is how Djokovic played the US Open final too. And that is why he won no titles after the US Open. Djokovic is tired at the end of slams, because he plays a style that causes physical exhaustion to himself and his opponents.

    Federer just outplayed Nadal yesterday. It was Cahill who mentioned before the match started that the conditions would help Federer. I never said that. Take it up with Cahill if you have a problem.
     
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    I feel sorry for you wasting time on semantics. The fact that something I said 2 days ago is consuming your mind this much, is not my problem.
     
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    I remembered what Cahill said, as my previous post confirms. I just did not realize it was from his 'on the air work', rather that his twitter account. I never lied. But whatever helps you sleep at night.....

    Once again,

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=417183&page=18

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=417183&page=20

    And there was also this, which was said on the air-

     
  34. Gorecki

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    He never tweted that. and you never heard it. as proven by you grasping at someone in a forum sayingthat he said it on AIR.

    YOU LIED. PERIOD.
     
  35. jackson vile

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    So what were you saying??? Seriously great match from Roger, well done. He proved that there is no match up and to say otherwise is just plain ignorant. Also, that he is not some old man, and still in his prime.
     
  36. rommil

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    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL :)
     
  37. monfed

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    OMG DELUSIONAL ****S LOLOL. :)
     
  38. rommil

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    Oh yeah, what was supposed to happen today, Madame Nadalwont2012? You have said so many things lately I lost track. Please remind us.

    And yeah, the Nadalwon't2012 name is still available:) Or even Nadalwon't2015 since I vaguely recall saying 3 years
     
  39. Gorecki

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    So dense. stupid fed worshipers.... LLOOLOOl

    [centered gigantic letters]
    FED IS NOT AN OLD MAN BECASUE HE JUST WON A MATCH. PROVEN


    ps: there... we just did a Jackson pile post template
     
  40. rommil

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    That sounds more like it:)
     
  41. nadalwon2012

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    Federer winning seems to make you guys upset. Strange, very strange. I'm a Nadal fan and I'm the only happy poster on this page...
     
  42. monfed

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    HAHAHA , accurate and brilliant !
     
  43. jackson vile

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    Because all of their poorly formed arguments have complete deteriorated. This proves that there is not match up issue and that Federer is not over the hill, the guy was a late bloomer.
     
  44. zagor

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    Well, you are the expert on the subject so if anyone should know it's definitely you.

    Acually Fed is an early bloomer compared to Nadal, he had his first 3 slam winning year at the age of 22 compared to Nadal who did so at the age of 23.
     
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    You, some fans of Nadal and nadaldrivesrangerover2012, plus all his incarnations are pushing very hard for the dumbest post there is. Push harder, there is a reward for you.

    And, please, do not put this or any other of my posts in contention with yours. We know, that you are pathetic in humour as well.
     
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    You lost it completely, son.
     
  48. TMF

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    Tennis IS about match up. That's why Davy has a positive H2H over Nadal.
     
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    I guess it's because he just realized he got his nickname wrong. He must have been aiming for nadalwonsquat2012... :mrgreen:
     
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    I definitely won't forget this post. You are on my quote dial.
     

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