wind has ruint the french open

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  1. ttwarrior1

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    and no im not a fed fan , im a tennis fan. I don't care if its the same for both. Does france normally this windy. It looks awful, its been that way for 2 weeks and awful today
     
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  2. augustobt

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    I think that natural factors only make it better.
     
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  3. ollinger

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    "does france normally this windy".....you can't use Kentucky as an excuse for this kind of English!
     
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  4. topsltennis

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    'ruint'? Really?
     
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  5. PetSounds

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    I'm trying to figure out if this guy's being parodic on purpose.
     
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  6. analysis_king

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    i thought you guys love federer's versatility and adaptability. isn't wind the best thing for you guys then?
     
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  7. ViscaB

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    Too much wint for sure.
     
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  8. topsltennis

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    :grin: LOL, good one
     
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  9. jokinla

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    No France does not normally this winty.
     
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  10. Murrayfan31

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    He had no problem with Nadal in the wind. Stupid excuse.
     
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  11. WhiskeyEE

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    This. Fed is a good wind player. Joker was just the better player today.
     
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  12. BreakPoint

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    ROTFLMAO!!!!! :lol:
     
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  13. BreakPoint

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    Since when has Federer beaten Nadal at the French Open? :confused:
     
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  14. BreakPoint

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    Or the less worse player to be exact. :shock:
     
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  15. Murrayfan31

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    Indian Wells is blue clay.
     
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    HAHAHAHAH ROTFLMAO..
     
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  17. BrooklynNY

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    Federer has said soooo many times he loves playing in the wind.

    The Wind almost ruins the US Open for the past 2 years now. ti sucks, but thats tennis.

    It's an outdoor sport originally, after all.
     
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  18. BreakPoint

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    Then how the heck did Nadal ever manage to win it twice? :???:
     
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  19. BreakPoint

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    NOBODY loves playing in the wind. Some people just don't let it bother them more than others.
     
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  20. krz

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    hahaha. oh Kentucky you failt us again.
     
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  21. Murrayfan31

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    Because Madrid is a blue hardcourt. Nadal prefers blue clay over blue hardcourts. :D
     
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  22. TennisLovaLova

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    Most of the time today when fed served to hold after breaking djoko he served vs the wind
     
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  23. Djokodal Fan

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    If Fed had prevailed on these Windy conditions he would be hailed as next to god for adapting himself in the best way possible.

    where had the king of blue clay gone?
     
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  24. BreakPoint

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    Yes, we all know how much Nadal also loves the green clay at Wimbledon. :shock:
     
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  25. txt858

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    you guys crack me up.
     
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  26. ttwarrior1

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    uh no, fed has never been a good wind player
     
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    Pardon the blunt nature with which I am going to "ast" this question, but are you literate? Or do you just bang your head on the keyboard until something comes out?
     
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  28. BeHappy

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    Always has.
     
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    Holmes: After reading the drivel of the anti Fed brigade everywhere, this line genuinely made me laugh aloud :)

    Thank you!
     
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  30. SwankPeRFection

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    "Who tell you such a word?...."

    [​IMG]
     
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  31. Golden Corral

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    rain has ruint the wimbledon
     
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