Originally Posted by tennis_pro
Man you fail at logic so much it's not even funny. What is there to suggest that Federer is going to struggle against Tsonga if he won all of his matches in straight sets (and against decent opponents)? It's called analogy as there's a visible pattern. Whereas with Djokovic he won his first 2 matches rather comfortably, then barely won against Wawrinka in 5 hours yet everyone still predicts him to beat an in-form Berdych in straight sets which is hilarious given how a normal human being organism would react after such exertion.
No matter how you look at it, a casual viewer if asked which player he thinks takes PEDS - Federer or Djokovic would pick Djokovic 99,9% of the time (with the exception of Bob, yourself, 5555 and Djokovic's mother).
Please, yesterday you started thread Djokovic-Berdych QF, and you said if Djokovic wins, then he definitely using PEDS. I have nothing more to say...
''Laying awake in bed last night, I realized that in Federer's last 4 losses in Grand Slams, he has won a grand total of 1 set.'' - McEnroeisanartist