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Old 10-04-2012, 05:37 PM   #55
roberttennis54
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Originally Posted by 90's Clay View Post
Tough to say.. Nalbandian really showed how talented he was vs. Fed during some of those indoor finals at the end of the year in 2006 or 2007 where he beat Roger. Whatever year that was.


Its just one guy had focus and a career direction.. The guy's focus was on hitting the next Krispy Kreme factory in town
Sorry this is just untrue. Nalbandian lost virtually every time to Roddick, Hewitt and Safin when they were at their primes. Nalbandian was not always unfit either. Nalbandian was just lucky to match up well with Federer. It's true he was a phenomenal ball striker and probably had more pure tennis talent than most of the others, but even if he was dedicated he would never have come close to the career of Federer.
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