Novak is an alien,never gets tired.

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Novak is an alien,never gets tired.

  1. yes,..alien

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  2. NO..doped!

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  3. Roger for his 18th slam

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  4. Rafa reurning!

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  1. tusharlovesrafa

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    I clearly forsee him winning 2013 AO.Doesn't matter how many hours he is on the court the previous match,he will be fresh as a daisy in the next match,hence proven,he is an alien.Not even the guy who set the bench benchmark for fitness in tennis aka Nadal could comes close to him.This guys is a FREAK of nature.He is the SON OF GOD.!
    (On the sly I hope Roger/murray spanks his little smug ass so bad that even the babbon would start blushing)
     
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  2. fedfan46

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    and that is the reason all of these ridiculous doping threads start. and as much as it pains me to think that tennis could eventually be ruined by a doping scandal, i'm beginning to think that its a possibility.
     
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  3. FedererDropShot

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    Physicality wins?

    Evidently, we've seen that today.
     
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  4. 90's Clay

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    Well now I'm wondering whether or not Nole does win here.

    Needing 5 sets to beat MugWrinka at 12-10 in the 5th on Nole's best surface?
     
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  5. sureshs

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    Are you suggesting he may be, err, getting some, shall we say, extra nourishment?
     
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  6. DTL

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    Kinda ironic seeing Nadal fans taking digs at Djoker for doping. Remember Nadal after the 2009 Verdasco match?
     
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  7. Steve0904

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    You probably didn't watch the match as evidenced by calling him MugWrinka.
     
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  8. Prisoner of Birth

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    "Mugrinka" today could've taken Sampras to the shredders on his best day at the Australian Open. He actually beat Djokovic today. The linesjudge screwed up the scorecard.
     
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  9. Nathaniel_Near

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    Nadal did need 5 to get past Isner at RG one year.
     
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  10. tusharlovesrafa

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    hELL,YES!
    He payed the price for reaching that level,his knees caved in due to extreme pressure.Nadal has been one of the fittest on tour since 2005,so It wasn't that big a surprise.
     
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  11. Cup8489

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    You're getting impotent. come up with better insults. mugwrinka is about as sad as you claiming sampras is GOAT.
     
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  12. tusharlovesrafa

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    That was the 1st time Nadal when was taken to the 5th set,unlike Novak,who played his 3rd 5th set match in AO,if I am not mistaken.
     
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  13. 90's Clay

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    Didn't watch the match.. But the scoreboard tells me Djoker is not even CLOSE to play his best tennis by the judge of that scoreline

    A Nole on top of his game shouldn't even need 4 sets to dispose of that mug
     
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  14. Prisoner of Birth

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    Like I said, Wawrinka today was better than Sampras ever was at any Australian Open. What a mug Sampras must have been.
     
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  15. FedererDropShot

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    You know what...

    I hope Berdych and Ferrer can step up to the challenge.

    I don't think Novak is going to stroll his way to the final.
     
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  16. DTL

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    Oh, so there is no chance he is an "alien" or that he is doping?
     
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  17. MasturB

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    If Nole wins this tourney and then suddenly has an "injury" which forces him to miss the next few months... well then it's time to start talking silent ban! :p
     
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  18. vive le beau jeu !

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    and you've got to love how the golden bull worshippers bash the djoker because of his antics on the court... :rolleyes:

    [​IMG]
     
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  19. Prisoner of Birth

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    I want to see how this match will affect Djokovic physically. I'm really looking forward to his match with Berdych. Ever since USO 2012, I was feeling a good run from Berdych here.
     
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  20. 90's Clay

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    Matches like this appears, that perhaps Nole shouldn't be taking those shots at Armstrong. :)

    Armstrong never got tired either. Nole can play tennis for 20 hours straight and with how physical the game has become...

    If that doesn't make you question what the deal is, I dont know what does.
     
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  21. dudeski

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    Silly Nadaltards hate the fact that Djokovic is better than Nadal.
     
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    Sorry dudeski, we are no longer in 2011. That is no longer the case. Right now there are a lot of angry ****s on this forum. They chose to make Wawrinka their temporary hero last night and since Wawrinka lost in a titanic battle, they are utterly bitter at Djokovic. Some of them sinking pretty low with their insults.
     
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  23. President

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    Or we are just unhappy that a player with a boring, unspectacular grinding style (IMO, and that of many others), obnoxious personality, and who is an obvious doper prevailed over a great shotmaker last night. Seriously, many ****s attack Rafa all the time but he is way more exciting and likable to me than Cvac is.
     
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  24. smoledman

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    Novak is easily has the best defensive skills of all time.
     
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    100 % agreed....The unspectacular player won.
     
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  26. Nathaniel_Near

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    Relax folks, ...
    Yeh, but the point is that they went on to win the tournament in all instances.
     
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  27. Sid_Vicious

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    I am just saying that there is no reason for dudeski to attack only Nadal fans. Dudeski is a guy who has a strong agenda against Nadal and Nadal fans, but he needs to realize that even many Federer/Murray/Del Potro/(Insert Player with fanbase here) are attacking Djokovic. That is all.
     
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  28. President

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    You are right about that, fans of all players are finally seeing Cvac for what he really is :twisted:
     
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  29. Gonzo_style

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    Show your love for Djokovic
     
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  30. dafinch

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    Although I don't agree with HIM, you state the above like it's a well know, not-to-be-argued FACT...and it's not.
     
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  31. Prisoner of Birth

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    That's what you presume. I never said it was a fact, and I never said it was indisputable.
     
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  32. dafinch

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    Well, unless you were being sarcastic, we can agree to disagree: "better than Sampras ever was at ANY Australian Open" sounds pretty definitive to me, not to mention, ridiculous.
     
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  33. Prisoner of Birth

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    I didn't know I had to end every post I make with, "in my extremely humble opinion". Sorry.
     
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  34. dafinch

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    No problem, just don't let it happen again....:wink::smile:
     
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  35. Prisoner of Birth

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    Hey, where's your disclaimer? This no fair.
     
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  36. librarysteg

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    Why do the doping allegations only go one way in a match like this? From my view, Stan was only slightly more fatigued than Novak. If Novak was still fresh as daisy at the end, I think Stan had only dropped a petal or two at most.
     
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  37. Clarky21

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    Because Cvac had never in his career been able to pull off these physical matches on a regular basis in entire career until now. he either retired or dragged his tired, wheezing self around the court until the end. His sudden major increase in stamina is very, very suspicious.

    And you watch him show not one sign of fatigue in his next match. You won't even know he ever played this marathon come tomorrow.
     
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  38. dafinch

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    That was clearly NOT the case when he ran out of gas against Rat Boy in the 5th set of the US Open Final.
     
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    Yeah, I get that. I'd taken a break from tennis during that period so I don't have that history with Djokovic matches. I just specifically don't see why both players in an epic match aren't equally suspect in terms of exhibiting amazing stamina.
     
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  40. President

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    One player was playing much more defensively and doing a lot more running than the other. Wawrinka clearly looked fatigued at the end of the match and was moving worse than he was in the first set. On the other hand, Djokovic's movement was as good as ever. Over the last 2 years Djokovic has shown an almost superhuman level of fitness and movement, well beyond what he showed before as a perennial top 4 player.
     
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  41. Fiji

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    What do you think?

    DOPED!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  42. Crisstti

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    I get that argument, and I agree it might be somewhat suspicious, but Vero has made a good counter-argument about this, that Novak ha played very long matches before the last two years, that he could have won...

    The brother of my brother in law found out he was gluten intolerant in his 40s and he felt a lot better, so I do think that could make a difference. Add an improved mentality.

    Also, remember that point he conceded to Nadal at RG last year?, it was very good sportsmanship on his part, so that makes me doubt also he would be doping.
     
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  43. President

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    Lance Armstrong raised hundreds of millions of dollars to fight cancer, and he was doping.
     
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  44. FedererDropShot

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    10StanWawrinkas.
     
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  45. Clarky21

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    Exactly. To use one instance of a player conceding a point in a match as a reason why said player would not be doping is ridiculous. For that one point he gave away there are many points and entire matches(like last night)he never would have won wiithout the doping. The peds rule every single time.
     
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  46. Ginger ninja

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    I've always been suspicious of djoker following last year's australian open semi and final. No matter how fit you are, I just don't believe you can do 11 hrs + of top quality grinding tennis without 'enhancement'.
     
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  47. smoledman

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    Exactly. I believe that most of the Spanish & Serbian players are doping fiends.
     
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  48. onehandbh

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    I think it's fair to question if both were doping.
    Not just the winner. Korda was on roids
    and he was rail thin.

    Regardless of whether or not he doped
    Djoker played a gutsy match and had
    that "I expect to win and every time
    you hit a good shot it was lucky and
    I can't believe I missed such an easy
    shot (no matter how difficult it actually
    was) attitude that champions often have
    throughout the 5th set.

    I tried going gluten free last month and my
    bench press went from 130lbs to 525 and I went
    from being winded at the end of a three mile run to
    being able to run a 26.2 mile marathon while giving
    a friend a piggy back ride the whole time. I felt
    amazing. Never got winded. I eventually started
    eating more gluten again, though, because my friends
    started accusing me of doping and taking PEDs.
     
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  49. zebedee

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    It doesn't take an Egghead to see that Djokovic will march on to the final in great shape. Nothing much changes in tennis these days.
     
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  50. Crisstti

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    Not the same. We're talking about what you're willing to do to win. Novak didn't even take a point he could have taken and not even been called a cheater for it.

    One is a fact, the other speculation. I'm not saying it proves he doesn't dope, but it would indicate he doesn't imo.
     
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