Nadal or Federer to Win Wimbledon??

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  1. TennisProPaul

    TennisProPaul Banned

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    What do you think?

    I think is might be Nadal, but then it might be Federer. Im just not sure.

    Any thoughts?
     
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  2. Rickson

    Rickson G.O.A.T.

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    Why make such a ridiculous thread? I see one chance for Nadal winning and that's if Federer gets injured. Barring injury to Federer, Nadal has no chance at all.
     
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  3. zolo

    zolo Rookie

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    Why so rude? :confused:
     
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  4. babbette

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    Lets not rule out Nadal. He wasn't supposed to make it this far in the tourmament and to everyone's surprise ( even mine, being a big fan) he did. If it makes it to the final it will definitely shake Fed's confidence and mentality and then guess what? 7-1;)
     
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  5. TennisProPaul

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    you must be jealous Federer cant beat Nadal.
     
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  6. Ztalin

    Ztalin Guest

    Or he's just irritated that there are 600 threads on this same topic... including TWO by yourself.
     
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  7. Rickson

    Rickson G.O.A.T.

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    LOL! Right, whatever you say. Nadal can not beat the best grass court player in the world and I'd give him major props if he could take one set off of Federer.
     
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  8. phat

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    I will give the "game" advantage" to Federer, and the "mental" advantage to Nadal. The more I see Nadal play on grass, the more impress I am about his game and his mind set. He does not play 2 bad points in a row as he plays a point at a time & he was never in a hurry. On the other hand, Federer can give you a game or 2 on his concentration lapses. Federer seems to have the form to streamroll his opponent. So I will pick Federer in 3-4 sets, and Nadal in 5 sets if it goes the distance.
     
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