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Old 03-03-2013, 09:26 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by always_crosscourt View Post
Murray was only allowed to win a slam and make slam finals because of Nadal's absence from the tour. It is no news that for some reason Murray's game matches up very well to Djokovic's game.

However, now that Nadal is back, it is unlikely that Murray will even get to play Djokovic.

Once Nadal is back to world no. 4, we will have Djokovic//Federer semi's, and Nadal/Murray semi's once again. Technically it is theoretically possible to have Djokovic/Murray and Federer/Nadal semi's, as seedings are *supposedly* random, but we know it will never happen.

If we cast back out minds to 2011, Nadal shut the door on Murray in the semi's of 3 of 4 slams. And at the AO, didn't face Murray, but likely would have beat him there too.

Do you envisage a similar thing happening in 2013? Nadal to stop Murray at the semi's of all slams, except the FO, where he'll probably stop him in the quarters...?
Top class trolling. The fact that you say Murray is unlikely to face Djokovic again only highlights your stupidity. The Scot has more talent in his little finger than the Serb and the Spaniard put together. The only think missing was the mental strength necessary to dominate these elite pushers. He has now arrived, and for the first time is now sufficiently equipped physically and mentally to dominate the tour.

Murray would already have won his second slam if it was not for a horrific foot injury - but fitness permitting, Wimbledon and the US Open will be his.
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