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Old 02-13-2013, 06:38 PM   #11
NadalAgassi
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A big no. He has had a very fine career, but he does not have any kind of significant legacy per say he could damage in the first place. It is riskier for a great of the game who has won slams to stay around too long, and have their head to heads and how they look overjudged, but for a player like Blake it is meaningless. Everyone knows what he was in his prime, a very brief top 5 player, and solid top 10 player for a few years, who was fun to watch but was never going to win a slam. The expected struggle of a player who isnt truly special in his 30s really changes nothing of that.
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