Nadal is at 100%

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  1. DoubleDeuce

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  2. bolo

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    lol. 10 char.
     
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    he he :)

    But on a serious note, I hope he is 100% and plays. It'll be a shame if he doesn't !
     
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  4. I'm still not convinced. :cry::cry::cry::cry:
     
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  5. bolo

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    there is nothing to be convinced about. DoubleDuece jumped the gun because he is a fed. fanboy. Probably the first article he saw on google news and couldn't wait to post it.
     
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  6. Apparently not......:(:(:(
     
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    How many threads have you already started about Rafa's knees?
    Like 8 since yesterday.Are those enough?
     
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    Even though Nadal is not at 100%, should he have played anyway? I mean why not compete at 80% and see how it goes. Just because he he feels he cannot win the whole thing given his situation, is that a good enough reason to withdraw and not play?
     
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    This thread really looks ridiculous now.
    Why would you open a thread like this?
     
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  11. DoubleDeuce

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    See, fanboy, it's his fault to have waited so late into the tourny and then make an announcement..What was he waiting for? A miracle? Only he knew how he feels not Toni not anyone else. His coming to London after the doctors had told him he needs rest tells you what type of person he is. He ignores all the alarms and plays more than he can afford.

    Right after the draw he suddenly realizes he cant play?
     
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  12. bolo

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    lol, it's nadal's fault you jumped the gun on this thread and titled it "Nadal at 100%"? Classic doubledeuce.
     
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    At the end of the day Nadal withdrew from Wimbledon late in the piece because he was not 100% and was hoping for a miraculous recovery. Him playing at below 100% would not have done himself or the tournament any justice. As they say the show must go on and lets hope that Federer goes all the way and makes history once more.
     
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    I think it's more of an issue of not making the matter worse...Nadal is young and if he can stay healthy, he has a potential record breaking career (he already has). I think him and Uncle Toni are looking more long run than keeping the #1 ranking and defending the title...although I'm sure it hurts Nadal to think about losing it...
     
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    You embarrassed yourself with this thread. Time to own up to it.
     
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    Pay the piper, doubledeuce :twisted:
     
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