"Two-Time Grand Slam Winner"

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  1. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    I found it quite interesting that in the April '05 issue of Tennis Magazine that there is a Wilson nCode ad with Federer that says he's won two Grand Slams. In the same issue, there is also a Head Flexpoint ad with Juan Carlos Ferrero that also calles him a two-time Grand Slam winner.

    I guess that must be just some sort of generic phrase used by the racquet industry to call EVERYONE a "two-time Grand Slam" champion no matter how many the player in the ad has actually won. :roll: :lol:

    Maybe I'm a "two time Grand Slam winner", too, and I didn't even know it. LOL. ;)
     
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  2. ibemadskillzz

    ibemadskillzz Semi-Pro

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    they just forgot to update the number of grand slam Federer won. a mistake by wilson
     
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  3. aj_m2009

    aj_m2009 Professional

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    They might have meant that Federer had won 2 slams with the N-code.
     
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  4. splink779

    splink779 Guest

    I know Ferrero won the french in 03 right? When else did he win it?
     
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  5. Brettolius

    Brettolius Professional

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    that's also the point of the thread, ferrero only won the french 1 time, no other slams, therefore "grand slam champion" rather than "2 time champ" next wilson add should be " pete sampras, two time grand slam campion"
     
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  6. baseliner

    baseliner Professional

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    Rumor

    that Michael Chang 2 time Grand Slam champion has signed with Wilson to come out of retirement and use the n-code for his comeback.
     
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