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Old 10-06-2012, 10:17 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by RAFA2005RG View Post
In 2006 Rafa was age 20 and called a "claycourt specialist" with very little experience on grass. He still took a set off Federer in the final. Not very convincing from Federer's perspective.
He ate a bagel in the first set. Please grow up, Rafa didn't become infinitely better in two years. It was a combination of his ascension and Fed's decline, and for the hardcourt slams, it also had something to do with the decline of the types of players who were pummeling him there. Now, the players are mostly either inferior versions of Rafa or lower level aggressive players who are going to have trouble hitting through anyone given the speed of the courts.

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Originally Posted by RF20Lennon View Post
wasnt a GS. That was my point back then in the 2004-2006 era except for RG it was almost impossible to beat fed in a GS
He won every non-clay slam from 2004-2007 except for one (AO 2005). His stats began to go down in 2007 but he still won three of four slams.
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