Should Baghdatis retire?

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  1. Count Grishnackh

    Count Grishnackh Banned

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    haha, just following the dumb trend on these boards. Since he can't beat Federer and Nadal maybe he should just pack his bags and bail on the tour along with everyone else who can't beat them. I'm pointing out the absudity of the one who makes these threads to begin with.
     
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  2. superman1

    superman1 Legend

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    Baghdatis got bagelled by Nadal and yet Baghdatis took a set off of Federer in a Grand Slam final. Agassi almost took two sets off of Federer last year and he lost to Tommy Haas who couldn't beat Blake who lost in the first round of the SAP Open earlier this year. Federer should retire.
     
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  3. pound cat

    pound cat G.O.A.T.

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    And to make matters worse Safin beat Federer last year and ruined his chances to win another Slam . Hang up your rackret NOW Roger, all lost.
     
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  4. 8PAQ

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    Federer bagelled Baghdatis as well in that final. And that was when Baggy was actually playing like a man!
     
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  5. shawn1122

    shawn1122 Professional

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    lol I like your reasoning.
     
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  6. Max G.

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    LOL @ superman1...

    Flawless logic.
     
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  7. Tchocky

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    He's obviously not in the same class as Federer & Nadal but he can still earn a good living as a tennis player. I'll think he'll continue to play tennis for awhile. It was nice to see Nadal put him in his place. I hope those "Bagh"heads will keep quiet for now. I was so sick & tired of everyone praising him after Melbourne. He's a great player but not in the same class is Roger or Rafa; but then again...who is?
     
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  8. fjgarciap

    fjgarciap Rookie

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    Agree. Baghdatis is a welcome apparition on tour but still not a serious contendant for Federer and Nadal. Now we all have a more accurate idea of his caliber and level.

    Murray maybe? We'll see. Time will tell.
     
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  9. ragnaROK

    ragnaROK Professional

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    They should all retire and play table tennis instead.
     
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  10. Dave Grable

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    I'd like to "point out" the "absurdity" that some cannot simply spell words correctly!
     
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  11. framebreaker

    framebreaker Semi-Pro

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    and I'd like to "point out" the "absurdity" that some people even care about this. :confused:
     
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  12. Docalex007

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    ^^^^ooooooo, he just cut you down.
     
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