Originally Posted by Polvorin
I don't suppose the McDonald's binges and meth might be a factor there? Pete seems to be doing just fine despite the "body ruining" hard courts.
Federer seems to be doing just fine too, despite being 31, playing so much hardcourt tennis and winning many titles during the era when Master's 1000 finals were best of 5 sets...
it may be because they didnt camp out 20ft behind the baseline and actively seek to play 20 stroke rallies on a HC.
"I'd like to see Fognini-Tomic, that would be a classic of bored nonchalance"-bjk