Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by 357sig, May 7, 2008.
Just kidding, alwayswanted to do that.
You must be happy huh, you you, he failed are you happy? How Can you sleep tonight?
No way! Maybe at 26-27, but not now when he dominates clay courts.
Nadal is still the man on the dirt!
BE quiet, ok
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
maybe he should retire and be Federer's dirt coach:twisted:
He should hire federer as a coach then maybe he won't need to retire.
If he wants to have a longer career and improve hes hardcourt playing he should fire his coach, uncle Toni.
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