Why the hell is Nadal promoting gambling

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  1. Sentinel

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    'cause medals and titles are not randomly offered. You have to actually work for it.

    Think of how we are born, one in a million sperms :D beats your ATP example by miles, lol.
     
  2. tennisMVP

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    But I thought talk tennis didn't think Nadal was a good person. Don't they call him a cheater at every opportunity? Why do they expect Nadal to be squeaky clean? Why is it such a surprise that he's not a square? Is it worth obsessing over? And is Nadal really that important? I thought Federer was the main focus.
     
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    I can't believe you took the time to comment on that lol
     
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    Nadal was always a dodgy character.
     
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    Lol. Now if he was a real maaaan he'd do Russian Roulette, ... haha, just kiddin' chaps, don't freak out.
     
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  8. Ms Nadal

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    Money, per usual for Rafa.
     
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    But talent, opportunity, fitness and health are randomly distributed, and often times their true value is not revealed until an aspiring pro has committed thousands of hours, dollars, tears and beads of sweat to the game.

    I'm sure there are many promising young juniors who never panned out or whose budding career was cut short by injuries or health problems.
     

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