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Old 11-15-2012, 07:18 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Clarky21 View Post
He can keep up with Nadal who hasn't even played in nearly 6 months. Nadal is further past his prime than Fed is,and is no threat to Fed right now. It's the other two he needs to worry about,but as long as he still has the passion and desire to play then let him. I think it's going to take Fed actually retiring for a lot of people to realize just how much he's going to be missed. That's why it annoys me when people say he should retire after every match he loses. One day he will actually quit,and they'll regret it.
i dont think he should just stop after his first loss at all, he has two good years left in him, but i think the game is getting to fast for him because of his age. I think Nadal will retire earlier than expect because of this knee injure.
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