If each of the players in the top 10 was a piece of food . . .

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  1. TheFifthSet

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    What food would they be?

    Federer: Cupcakes and gummy-worms
    Nadal: Jalapeno pepper/pumpkin fritter
    Djokovic: Porterhouse steak
    Murray: Warm porridge and haggis, with a side of whole-wheat bread and skim milk
    Delpo: Hearty taco with some V-8
    Roddick: Whopper topped with a strawberry milkshake
    Davydenko: Roasted potatoes and white rice
    Verdasco: Nectarine
    Tsonga: Kung PAAAAO chicken
    Soderling: Sweet potato casserole/spicy fajita.


    Yooooouuuuuur turn.
     
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  2. TheFifthSet

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    c'mon now, is this thread REALLY any more useless than the countless fed vs. sampras/nadal/et al. threads??? :)
     
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  3. SempreSami

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    What a poor idea of Scotland you've got there, Murray would be a deep fried Mars bar.
     
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    hahahahahahaha :D
     
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  5. IvanAndreevich

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    Verdasco is Tobasco straight up. Come on, I thought you knew that.
     
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  6. allez_mike

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    I thought Fed would be some type of cheeeeeese
     
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    Federer: Lobster drizzled with melted butter
    Nadal: A Peach
    djokovic: Spaghetti with meat sauce
    murray: Liver and Onions
    del po: Chimichangas con queso
    roddick: Baconater with large fries and a coke
    davydenko: Tuna sandwich on white bread
    verdasco: iceberg lettuce with bottled water
    tsonga: habenero baguette
    soderling: Turducken (turkey, duck, chicken all in one)
     
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  8. Toxicmilk

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  9. Federer: Dog feces

    Nadal: Pasta

    Djokovic: Dog feces

    Murray: Dog feces

    Delpo: Dog feces

    Roddick: Dog feces

    Davydenko: Dog feces

    Verdasco: Dog feces

    Tsonga: Dog feces

    Soderling: Dog feces
     
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  10. SirGounder

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    Maybe I'm stupid but I find it hard to find any good logic behind any of these. Maybe you guys can post your reasoning too?
     
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  11. You're asking for too much. :)


    Welcome to the forums. :)
     
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  12. Shellovic

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    this thread is so gay!...
     
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  13. TheFifthSet

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    Nah, too mainstream. :D
     
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    Federer- Broiled herb crusted salmon w/ sauteed french green beans, grilled rosemary potatoes and a glass of white zinfandel (sp?)

    Nadal - Chicken and Beef Chimichanga with spanish rice and beans, a roasted leg of lamb and 6 cheeseburgers

    Djokovic - 12 oz NY strip, medium rare with steamed rice and broccoli

    Murray- corn on the cob, eaten through a fence

    Delpo- hay and oats

    Roddick - Grilled porkchops with mashed potatoes, green beans, texas toast and baked apples and a large glass of chocolate milk.

    Davy- ham and cheese on rye with a diet coke

    Verdasco- Carne Asada steak w/ grilled onions and peppers

    Tsonga- 2 hot pockets, 3 waffles and whatever else is in the freezer

    Soderling - Egg "jokes"
     
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    LOL....................
     
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  16. pound cat

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    Davydenko...cottage cheese pyrogi with sour creem. (Polish)


    aka in Russian ..vareneky
     
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  17. tikkimonkey

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    I see you guys like eating men in their 20s.
     
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  18. Yeah, so.....? :D
     
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  19. SuperFly

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    Serena Williams= Big Mac :shock:
     
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  20. IvanAndreevich

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    You eat dog feces? Most people wouldn't consider that food, but you clearly do.
     
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  21. I didn't say that I eat dog feces.


    In some cultures it may be considered a food. :)
     
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  22. Kuznetsova = ugly pineapple

    Serena = greasy burger
     
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  23. svijk

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    this thread is a great example of people trying to be creative and funny but come up waaaaaaay short.......
     
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  24. TheFifthSet

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    Eh, I wasn't trying to be funny at all. Just an attempt at a light-hearted thread for a change, rather than one that sets off a chain of arguments that end up going nowhere.

    Soooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. :(:(:(

    BTW, I and everybody else who has read my posts know that I would never aspire to be creative. :D
     
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  25. Gilles Simon = Chicken


    Tsonga = Hot dog


    Federer = Mustard


    Gulbis = Mouse


    gj011 = Chocolate Cake
     
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  26. Lol, don't be sorry. :)


    I think this is a good thread. :)
     
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  27. TheFifthSet

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    Dippy, you always seem to have a way of raising this forum's morale. :) :)
     
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    That's more like it.
     
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    Serena: Chocolate mud cake
     
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    Agassi: Snow Cone... :)
     
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    Federer - Filet Mignon on a bed of Couscous and topped with a dollop of Foie gras (something almost too good to be true :))

    Nadal - A rich hearty Paella with seafood, wild fowl, rabbit meat & sprinkled liberally with saffron! (something I'll always miss)

    Djokovic - 4 spicy Chilli Crabs, 6 steamed buns, steamed blue-spotted grouper, 12 scallops with black sauce/garlic and washed down with freezing cold bear! (fun messy & not to healthy)

    Murray - Boiled eggs served cold... zzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Delpo - A open air Gaucho feast with bottles of shiraz & cabernet sauvignon. (Big, rich and bring plenty of antacids)

    Roddick - An OVERSIZED burger at Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub (interesting for a while but can get tedious).

    Davy - A great sushi meal at Sukiyabashi Jiro, (expensive, refine but not for everyone)

    Verdasco - SPICY Mexican food what else, the hotter the better!

    Monfils - Escargots, Boudin Noir, Bulots, frog legs and other funky French food (Exciting at times but cringe worthy at others).

    mawashi
     
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  33. Woah.....:)
     
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  34. JennyS

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    Djokovic: Ham
     
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    After all the Agassi threads this is fun.
    Federer-salmon sushi
    Nadal-beef tenderloin
    Novak D-cherry streudel
    Murray-cold bottle of Bass Ale :)
    Del porto-a carrot
    and yes, Serena would be a big hamburger.
     
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  36. mawashi

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    She is more like a really DEEP dish pan pizza with a pound of cheese on top! (Greasy, salty, overwhelming n enough to make you sick)

    mawashi
     
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    Please, that stuff is real good!!!
     
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  38. Baikalic

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    you are making me hungry, sans Monfils :). ..,.funky french food...
     
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    lmao u got a few of them right on ;)
     
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    Hey I actually like French food, Escargots & frog legs r pretty good if totally unreadable on the menu :lol:

    I hope you're not hungry for cold boiled eggs?

    mawashi
     
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  42. mawashi

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    Which one did I get wrong... I'm a foodie so I gotta get it right :)

    Besides I've yet to think of the rest of the guys n girls on the top 10 but I'm sure Maria will be a screamer :lol:!

    mawashi
     
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    They aren't Russian, they are Ukranian, and called "vareniki".

    Nadal would be chocolate, he is a chocolate freak.
     
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