Federer and Big Brown

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  1. badknees

    badknees New User

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    It seems that there is a great deal of similarities between the performances of Federer and Big Brown in career defining moments. Both seemed to be sick to their stomachs, had no legs, and were not mentally strong when the pressure was on. They both have had great careers and should be sent out to stud and relax for a while. Please give me answers to my analysis.
     
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  2. LarougeNY

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    That does not, in any way, describe federer. How can you explain his clutch performances in his the GS matches he's played; he beat Roddick in the best match roddick's ever played, in another he won even when down match point, and his win in wimbledon last year was clutch. Federer thrives on pressure, its just nadal that screws him up, especially on clay.
     
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  3. rwn

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    My analysis: you're just a silly troll.
     
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  4. LarougeNY

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    and btw, who the hell is big brown?? :confused:
     
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  5. riggy 69

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    big brown stopped taking steroids for his last race. did federer do the same for his match vs rafa?
     
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  6. morten

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    who the hell is Big Brown!!!? (don`t answer, just remember there are non americans here too.....) :)
     
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  7. Rhino

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    I've never heard of big brown.
     
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  9. morten

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    good one Duzza
     
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  10. Puma

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    Big brown has some problems with a hind leg. His performance in that last race was the best thing to ever happen to him.

    Horse racing is a sinister industry. Its really really hard on the horses. Horse aren't physically mature until 4 to 5 years old and they are pumped full of steriods etc to perform.
     
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