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tennispro492 03-02-2013 03:11 PM

David Ferrer destroys Rafa, absolute GODMODE ferrer, must watch
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN16WPJ2k7U

Sid_Vicious 03-02-2013 03:21 PM

More like solid Ferrer destroys Nadal after he pulls a hammy.

always_crosscourt 03-02-2013 03:27 PM

There is no such thing as god-mode Ferrer.

In fact, Ferrer is not really a tennis player, more like a sort of 'passive spectator' in his matches, where the outcome of the match depends entirely on his opponents' form.

If they are hitting well they will win. If they are self-destructing they will lose.

Ferrer really plays no part in Ferrer matches - it's all on his opponents racket.

Hamstring injury destroys Nadal.

tennispro492 03-02-2013 03:52 PM

,There is no such thing as god-mode Ferrer.

In fact, Ferrer is not really a tennis player, more like a sort of 'passive spectator' in his matches, where the outcome of the match depends entirely on his opponents' form.

If they are hitting well they will win. If they are self-destructing they will lose.

Ferrer really plays no part in Ferrer matches - it's all on his opponents racket.

Hamstring injury destroys Nadal.'

Your ignorance astounds me....

Rhino 03-02-2013 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by tennispro492 (Post 7247046)
Ferrer really plays no part in Ferrer matches.

You need some tennis education.

Goosehead 03-02-2013 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by tennispro492 (Post 7246960)

nadal had a hamstring injury.

good attempt at troll of the week, but as with this thread YOU FAIL.

Relinquis 03-02-2013 04:23 PM

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Originally Posted by always_crosscourt (Post 7247001)
There is no such thing as god-mode Ferrer.

In fact, Ferrer is not really a tennis player, more like a sort of 'passive spectator' in his matches, where the outcome of the match depends entirely on his opponents' form.

If they are hitting well they will win. If they are self-destructing they will lose.

Ferrer really plays no part in Ferrer matches - it's all on his opponents racket.

Hamstring injury destroys Nadal.

did you even watch that match? the full version, highlights, anything?
Sorry, i don't know how you can arrive at that conclusion.

You want another one, check out Ferrer Vs. DelPo at WTF. The guy is a beast.

veroniquem 03-02-2013 04:26 PM

Maybe on hard but I doubt it would happen on clay.

always_crosscourt 03-02-2013 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Relinquis (Post 7247116)
did you even watch that match? the full version, highlights, anything?
Sorry, i don't know how you can arrive at that conclusion.

You want another one, check out Ferrer Vs. DelPo at WTF. The guy is a beast.

Yeh, Delpo self-destructs and hands Ferrer the match. Ferrer had nothing to do with the outcome. Simple.

Onehandedbackhand 03-02-2013 05:47 PM

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Originally Posted by always_crosscourt (Post 7247194)
Yeh, Delpo self-destructs and hands Ferrer the match. Ferrer had nothing to do with the outcome. Simple.

Ferrer is ALL pure strategy. He doesn't have weapons. Wears guys down till he forces and error or gets that forehand either crosscourt or up the line for a winner.

Ever thought of taking a USPTA class? Might need that education the last poster told you about.

NO ONE at #4 just gets by on someone else's racket time and time again. He'd get plastered by anyone outside the top 100 time after time if that was the case.

kishnabe 03-02-2013 06:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Onehandedbackhand (Post 7247263)
Ferrer is ALL pure strategy. He doesn't have weapons. Wears guys down till he forces and error or gets that forehand either crosscourt or up the line for a winner.

Ever thought of taking a USPTA class? Might need that education the last poster told you about.

NO ONE at #4 just gets by on someone else's racket time and time again. He'd get plastered by anyone outside the top 100 time after time if that was the case.

He has a heavy forehand(especially on clay where the spin component is more enhanced)....and knows what to do with it. His Backhand is solid. He can place his serve well and maximizes the pace he can have with his body and height. He has well times drop shots....can run down anything.

He can redirect powerful shots, hits great angles and has huge mental toughness against everyone outside Federer and Djokovic.

He can not be ranked number 4 having no weapons.

Relinquis 03-02-2013 06:19 PM

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Originally Posted by always_crosscourt (Post 7247194)
Yeh, Delpo self-destructs and hands Ferrer the match. Ferrer had nothing to do with the outcome. Simple.

Sorry, you obviously haven't seen their World Tour Finals match... I'm starting to wonder whether or not you even watch, or play tennis.

THESEXPISTOL 03-02-2013 06:39 PM

WTF! He wiped the mark and nothing happens?

kishnabe 03-02-2013 07:27 PM

Destruction Ferrer.....will destroy IW as well.

Tennis_Hands 03-02-2013 07:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Goosehead (Post 7247097)
nadal had a hamstring injury.

good attempt at troll of the week, but as with this thread YOU FAIL.

At which point of the match did **** injure himself?

Just curious.

8-)

djones 03-02-2013 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Tennis_Hands (Post 7247553)
At which point of the match did **** injure himself?

Just curious.

8-)

Before the match.

Tennis_Hands 03-02-2013 07:56 PM

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Originally Posted by djones (Post 7247595)
Before the match.

Did you watch it?

cork_screw 03-02-2013 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by THESEXPISTOL (Post 7247356)
WTF! He wiped the mark and nothing happens?

He conceded the point, that's why he wiped the mark as a correction in nadal's favor. Wasn't that clear to you? :roll:

nn 03-02-2013 08:02 PM

not saying anything here says a lot...

Sid_Vicious 03-02-2013 08:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Tennis_Hands (Post 7247610)
Did you watch it?

It was actually in 2nd or 3rd game of the first set. IIRC, Nadal was sprinting forward to chase down a drop shot. As he was slowing down from his sprint, he started looking at his box and talking about something.

Then he took a medical timeout and a bit later, they recorded him talking to Toni where he said something along the lines of "I've got torn ligaments for sure!". Then he said that he is in the QF of the AO and would never retire... which is kinda funny I thought because the year before he retired in the QF.

The thought of 4 straight majors must have been driving him.


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