It's official:Djokovic is Nadal's turkey(10+ losses)

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  1. Dutch-Guy

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    H2H 14-4.
    10+ losses:turkey.
     
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  3. skip1969

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    it's official: you suck.
     
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    So how does that work with Agassi vs. Sampras, where both have 10+ against the other? Your rationale makes no sense.
     
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  5. salsainglesa

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    10 games differential
     
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    So if its 15-5, and his 15 are in small tourneys, and your 5 are in slams, you're still someone's turkey? This whole premise is dumb, especially when the matches are as close as theirs have been.
     
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  7. TheTruth

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    Djokovic played great. He's Nadal's biggest threat on this surface. He's a class guy. Felt bad for him. He gave it all he had, against any other opponent he would've crushed them.
     
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  8. bladepdb

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    I wouldn't take it that far.

    Although I'm glad he didn't retire in a match that took longer than 3 hrs.
     
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  9. gj011

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    You are a fool.
     
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  10. TheTruth

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    I think he's classy. He made a few silly remarks as a teenager but has well overcome that. He doesn't disrespect his opponents, claps for good play, and has a great may-the-best-man-win attitude. He gives his all, plays like a warrior there's nothing for me not to like.
     
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  11. Telepatic

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    If anyone is classy thats Nadal and Novak.
     
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    And yes.[​IMG]
     
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  13. bladepdb

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    I speak the truth :p
    (Peppered with some sarcasm)

    Lol, never said Novak was not classy; just said he isn't as classy as some think IMO :\ Yes he's more respectable now than he was a year or two back.
     
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    Another weak thread. Why do we get these kind of threads?
     
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  15. Dutch-Guy

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    This thread was made for fun.I'm not and never been a Nole hater.Check some old threads i started in which i praised him.
     
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  16. vmosrafa08

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    This thread is now about trains.

    [​IMG]
     
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  17. gj011

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    As I said. You are a fool.
     
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  18. aphex

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    nobody cares what you said

    kthxbye
     
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  19. gj011

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    This troll is buzzing around again. :roll:
     
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  20. aphex

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    u stoned again?
     
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  21. vmosrafa08

    vmosrafa08 Semi-Pro

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    That is really offensive.
     
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  22. aphex

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    1. he wasnt saying I was a fool_try some reading comprehension lessons
    2. i AM in athens you i diot
    3. i will have some gyros tonight, thank you
    4. "start a riot or something" - your knowledge on greece is surprisingly vast. thank you for your insight.
    5. "please don't post anymore"-plead some more
     
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  23. vmosrafa08

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    I don't have anything to say.
     
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  24. VivalaVida

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    why so serious? Djokovic is nadal's turkey. who isnt nadal's turkey these days? :rolleyes:
     
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  25. aphex

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    O RLY? you are quite the philosopher i take it...

    let's analyze your statements then...

    "Why do you go around internet forums and randomly attack people?"

    1. do u know me from any other forum?
    2. have you followed the back and forth between myself and gj11? it is not random.

    "What do you know about America? That it's a green spot on a map?"

    .there is not a map in the world that depicts America as a "green spot"

    "I don't care where you live (probably in a trailer park)"

    .there are no trailer parks in greece.


    bye now.
     
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  26. FD3S

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    Wouldn't call Djokovic a turkey quite yet, although the H2H is starting to look a bit lopsided - nowhere near say, Fed/Roddick or Fed/Davydenko though.

    Glad to see Djokovic's fitness has improved since the January. It'd be nice to see him shed the quitter label by making the AO his last retirement ever, barring mid-match injury.
     
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  27. CocaCola

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    The Dutch-Gay is obviously wormed up for Rafa...he wants to be his turkey so bad.

    [​IMG]
     
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  28. Dutch-Guy

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    Yo coke cola chill out:).
     
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  29. vmosrafa08

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    Haha the smiley face is rly cool!
     
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