Ranking of the Fed Generation, Ferrero climbing

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  1. Otherside

    Otherside Semi-Pro

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    Really started to feel for the duude after his epic summer claycourtswing, His movement is perhaps the best of em all right now?? It raises questions in my mind of the reason for an injury free Federer to loose so much intensity since 2006 USOPEN where I feel he peaked. Did the mono put a ding in his armour?

    Ferreros decline in movement is barely visible, still moves great wheres Federer can look a bit sluggish far out in the forehand corner? On clay he moved real well this season.

    The level Ferrero performed at last night was higher than what I have seen from Nalby, Roddick or Hewitt this season, Maybe Haas can level that if he can stay injuryfree.

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    Federer peaked at the 2006 US Open ?? He won 3/4 in 2007.
     
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    The matches against Blake and Arod 2006 was epic from Fed, His level wasnt as high in 2007 in my mind.
     
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  4. Otherside

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    Volandri in Rome as well?
     
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    Yeah that was insane mate! Well my main point was that I feel Ferrero has kept more intact movement wise,
     
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    Naw mate, Tomic doesnt practice with dinosaurs:)
     
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