Would an altitude pod help Nadal and Federer?

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  1. Tammo

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    After Djokovic revealed his secret, has he given Nadal, Federer, Murray, etc. ideas for themselves? Federer and Nadal could easily afford one.
     
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    Hell ya! I wanna see GOATing again!
     
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    Nadal knees will heal and so will Federer back!

    Djokovic respiratory problems were healed with that machine!
     
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  4. Tammo

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    But what does the "pod" really do?
     
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  5. TiberiusGracchus

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    I think multiples of these "pods" work like the machine in the masterpiece film starring Jeff Goldblum, "The Fly".

    If Nadal and Federer were to enter into separate pods in the same room, would Federer come out with a snarling, menacing grimace picking his ass? Would Nadal come out covered in hair with no muscular definition? These are the questions that must be answered.
     
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  6. sureshs

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    LOL that is hilarious

    We could even put WTA and ATP players in parallel pods
     
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  8. Bud

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    Let's put the entire WTA in a pod and leave them there :)
     
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    I'm afraid that Thai WTA player called Wannasuk would not fit in the pod.
     
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  10. CocaCola

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    Djokovic said he used that thing a couple of times last year and does not know the effects of it. It has nothing to do with his success this year.
     
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  11. PSNELKE

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    All Ralph needs right know are cojones.
     
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  12. LuvTheGame

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    Nole Outed by Wall Street Journal

    Djokovic has never mentioned the pod publicly before. He acknowledged using it for the first time :oops: last week during a sponsor event in New York after he was asked about it for this article. [/B]


    Full Article in the Wall Street Journal
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111904787404576532854267519860.html
     
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  13. syc23

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    Murray doesn't need the pod. Just needs Roger's brain. Suddenly Murray would be goating at every slam and have an amazing forehand.
     
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  14. LuvTheGame

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    One Time Only

    :shock:
    Things that make one ask and think "what's going on?"

    Djokovic is so convinced that the CVAC Pod helps his game that during the U.S. Open, which starts Monday, he's staying (for the fourth year) with a wealthy tennis-trainer friend in Alpine, N.J. who keeps one of the machines on his property. (Wall Street Journal, Aug. 29 2011 http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111904787404576532854267519860.html

    From the same article...
    ...former top-20 player Vince Spadea, who hit with Djokovic in Alpine last summer when he says Novak was first "experimenting" with the pod at Uehling's estate. "He was looking to improve some of the challenges he was having—breathing capacity, allergies—and definitely something clicked there."

    Novak today's Captain Kirk[/B"I think it really helps—not with muscle but more with recovery after an exhausting set," he said. "It's like a spaceship. It's very interesting technology." ]

    "Like Captain Kirk would say at the beginning of each episode of Star Trek" Space the final frontier...to boldly go where no man has ever gone before"
    Novak is saying "Space the final frontier of tennis winning records... the CVAC Pod ... allows me to boldly go where no player has ever gone before!"
     
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  15. Telepatic

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    He just told you "what's going on" by saying what Djokovic said 2 times in his press already, why do you post this old article again?

    Some people here are just plain stupid, first talking about gluten free diet like it's some kind of a miracle and now they find some egg he used once last year and didn't knew if it worked at all and use it as a story of the month or something.
     
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    I vote for that too :)
     
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