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    Kyrgios may retire!

    What do you mean "may retire", the guy is already retired
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    "My goal is not to get back into the top 100. I want to get back into the top 10."

    On average, the top 5 tennis players in the world make $7,973,904 a year, while players ranked 50 to 100 make an average yearly salary of $510,456. In contrast, players ranked 500 to 1,000 rake an average of $6,996 per year. source - mytennishq
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    Stop the nonsense please - the only ATP player in the last 40 years who came closer than Djokovic in the CYGS chase was Djokovic himself

    Hey people, thanks for all the answers, that was a nice 100 replies thread! Nice contribution, nice arguments mostly, with the exception of trolls posting Simpson and Mafalda jpgs - no surprise there, there is always a 2% brain dead people in every thread
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    "My goal is not to get back into the top 100. I want to get back into the top 10."

    They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) Director: Sydney Pollack Writers: Horace McCoy (novel "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?") James Poe (screenplay), Robert E. Thompson (screenplay) Stars: Jane Fonda, Michael Sarrazin, Susannah York
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    Stop the nonsense please - the only ATP player in the last 40 years who came closer than Djokovic in the CYGS chase was Djokovic himself

    Djokovic 2021 stopped at 27/28. Djokovic 2016 stopped at 16/28. All the “comparisons” with other players in the last 40 years are pure nonsense and a monstrous travesty of reality. Especially, comparing Djokovic’s achievements in the CYGS chase to Federer’s is like comparing the construction...
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    Would djokovic playing at his top level have beaten medvedev in the usopen?

    Peak Djokovic would have eaten Med alive and spit the dampener
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    Who wins in a FO 2022 Nadal - Alcaraz final?

    Will it be the Apprentice beating the Master, like US 2021? And who will the French crowd be rooting for? The Spaniards? Nice questions, hey ho, let's go
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    Maria Sakkari

    What's wrong with female muscles? How old are you, 70? Well, starting a thread with an idiotic laughter about an athlete's muscular body, you must be closer to 7
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    Why was Federer incapable of beating Nadal at RG, unlike Djokovic?

    So, now we read that the player who until 5-0, first set semifinal in FO 2021 had won 14 straight games (that's almost a triple bagel), was a virtual lock for every bookmaker in the world for the title, thought invincible by all pundits was, after all, a shadow of himself, yeah, just like the...
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    How much of Federer's decline in 2008 was due to the height of opponents?

    In important matches Fed almost always had the number of the tall players
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    What would they do if they weren't professional tennis players/

    Oh right - but pedophiles and racists still sucks
  12. Adman

    What would they do if they weren't professional tennis players/

    Kokkinaki should be more cautious in retweeeting, some of these labels stink more than an unwashed Hollywood woke star's ass
  13. Adman

    No Repeat Champions Allowed

    The reincarnation of some users comes with complete loss of IQ
  14. Adman

    My admiration for Medveded grew considerably after the dead fish celebration

    Putting these two in the same sentence is beyond ridiculous
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    My admiration for Medveded grew considerably after the dead fish celebration

    For those not in the know, Medveded celebrated his US Open win by falling abruptly on his side, an exact replica of a Playstation FIFA game digital scorer's celebration, called "dead fish". In an era where players fake their smiles, signal their virtue, twit the obvious and hide their true...
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    Novak Djokovic and the battle for the unprecedented 7th year ending number one title

    As Medvedev said... "Russians know how to party". I wouldn't be surprised if Daniel just went through the motions for the rest of the year.
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    This could be a blessing in disguise for Djokovic

    Not really, not every loss. Fed's loss in 2019 broke him
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    This could be a blessing in disguise for Djokovic

    Think about it. Where would he go from CYGS? Most probably to a slump. I don't see how he 'd be able to set new goals. But now, he still has mountains to climb and rivers to cross. In the long run, this may be the best thing for Novak, given that Nadal can squeeze one more French Open, even...
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    A beautiful moment has slipped away, for all of us...

    very poignant these lyrics, where are they from?
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    Is Emma's win a bigger story than a potential Novak's CYGS?

    If it was Federer 3 sets away from a CYGS, you would never see threads like this one. Desperation is so vast in the Djokovic's haters camp that they will cling even to a teenage girl
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    Will anyone care/remember CYGS weak field?

    this is the definition of a weasel argument
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    The time FailedGen of 20 somethings take over will anyone even care?

    There is a new-new gen in Brooksby and Alcaraz, and I am sure, more will appear. These are the guys who will really shine.
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    If the equivalent ranking mens players made the USO Final, it would be...

    Still shows what a joke women's tennis is nowadays
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    The calm before the storm

    Very lyrical, you should be writing for tennis com
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    WTA was never this interesting for me : 9 matches with no sets lost vs Most top 5 players defeated in a slam since 2012

    This is where the used to death "false alarm" TT post could indeed have some truth
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    Sasha Zverev's got the game but Mischa Zverev's got the charm

    Watching him now in Eurosport eating sausages in NY. He's got all the communication charisma his brother's missing (can't have then all, can you?) All in all, the Eurosport team is not that bad, once you get over the Frau Blücher effect of Barbara
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    Who is the player benefiting the most from electronic line calling?

    I would have to say Novak Djokovic. Human linespersons, with their late, erratic or right out ridiculous calls or non-calls (who can forget Asderaki overruling 6 or 7 times in a US Open Final) were the worse rhythm disruptors. Players of rhythm like Djokovic or Nishikori seem to do very well...
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    Zverev to expose Djokovic's false dawn.

    I think this thread is as fresh as a 24 year old hamburger
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    US Open SF: Raducanu vs Sakkari

    Sakkari is a living example of how perseverance and hard work get rewarded. Also positive wirhout being teen-cringy or full of smiles
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    Novak Djokovic equals Rod Laver's Grand Slam record!

    Federer: one set player Nadal: one leg player Murray: one hip player Delpo: one wrist player Wawrinka: one beer player Djokovic would love to go through all these combined than face back to back Zverev and Medvedev
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