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Old 04-22-2013, 01:33 PM   #2940
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Originally Posted by BobbyOne View Post
Flash, I'm ready to learn. But I will not learn regarding the amateur majors. You can't omit them in a player's resume. Otherwise you could also omit some open era majors including maybe even a few Federer majors due to lack of strong opposition, f. i. the 2006 AO.
Every player who played the game will have easy draws and tough draws. At the end of career, it all evens out. It's very childish to select one major and say that his opposition was weak and it should be omitted. It's like a teen age guy who cribs that my favorite player lost because he was injured!

Roger Federer also had some relatively tough draws. So if a major should be omitted because it's relatively easy so should he be awarded two majors for a relatively tough draw?
There is an artist in Roger Federer who expresses himself best at the Tennis court

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