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Old 11-12-2012, 08:18 AM   #13
Jackuar
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Originally Posted by RAFA2005RG View Post
1 loss so far, and the separation of his parents was the cause.
ROFLMAO..... What has that got to do with God-mode so-darling giving a pre-Rosol moment? (Or is that Rosol giving a post-soderling moment...? Whatever....)

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So how many losses will Nadal experience at Roland Garros over the next 5 years? Is he too talented to lose, barring a catastrophic distraction?
Yeah, talented to lose.... Only Nadal can do that...

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2012 convinced me its impossible for Nadal to lose.
Did you miss the dawn of 21st century, which coincided with the rise of legend Federer? Because you're still late by 3 years... 2009 already proved otherwise....

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He was at 50% health, lived on painkillers, faced Djokovic (Did you know Djokovic had beaten Nadal in 3 straight slam finals prior to RG?) and still only dropped one set. No man has ever ruled a surface more than Nadal. 81 straight wins on clay.

Djokovic will never get a better shot at Nadal than 2012. Djokovic took Nadal's heart out for 3 straight slams, and it counted for NOTHING at Roland Garros. And who steps up to challenge Nadal after Djokovic?
Honestly, I won't argue here... he is one of the greatest for sure but you're exaggerating it too much in the first half.
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