should Nadal retire?

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  1. 357sig

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    Just kidding, alwayswanted to do that.
     
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  2. Vision84

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  3. Tennisguy777

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    You must be happy huh, you you, he failed are you happy? How Can you sleep tonight?
     
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  4. DarthMaul

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    No way! Maybe at 26-27, but not now when he dominates clay courts.
     
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  5. 357sig

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    Nadal is still the man on the dirt!
     
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  7. ClubHoUno

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    Seriously, I think Rafa Nadal will retire from pro tennis in 3-4 years time. His feet, legs and knees are very fragile and prone to injuries, so I think he will retire and start coaching some of the younger talented Spanish clay court players :D
     
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  8. deme08

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    maybe he should retire and be Federer's dirt coach:twisted:
     
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    He should hire federer as a coach then maybe he won't need to retire.
     
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  10. Not fulltime player

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    If he wants to have a longer career and improve hes hardcourt playing he should fire his coach, uncle Toni.
     
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