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    A perfect balance

    Dread it. Run from it. Destiny arrives all the same. And now, it's here. Or should I say, I am.
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    Is Stan Wawrinka the real GOAT?

    It is former World no. 3 Stan Wawrinka who has the won the three most difficult Grand Slam titles in recent years when you factor in the relative difficulty of the majors in recent times. According to UltimateTennisStatistics.com, “Relative Title Difficulty Factor represents how hard was to win...
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    Federer and Messi

    Both super talented but they fail in some of the key stages. They should trade part of their talent for mental toughness.
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    I Bow Down Before Thy GOAT

    We all know it by now.
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    Raafa is not a one trick pony

    He most definitelyis not, you all know it.
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    Djokovic is smart Federer is not

    Lost to Thiem, will preserve H2H and eventually will have the most number of slams and H2H advantage with the two weak era champs. Federer should have done the same and preserved his "won the last 5 matches with Raafa" by asking Wawrinka not to tank against him. Well done Djokovic!
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    Congratulations Nadal ! the moral winner of AO 2019

    If he is not injured he will win. We all know that.
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    Rafael Nadal’s Australian Open retirement was really caused by this

    Rafael Nadal’s Australian Open retirement was really caused by this - Mats Wilander RAFAEL NADAL was forced to retire against Marin Cilic, because of his opponent’s sheer aggressiveness. And Wilander is convinced that Cilic’s attacking approach caused Nadal to break down. “The way he...
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    Wait for the clay season

    All the weak era talk by the Raafñorita's will dissapear and they will call the clay field "Strong" as it has always been since "2005" LOL!
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    More Than 60 Athletes Have Tested Positive for Meldonium

    More than 60 athletes, including Olympic medalists and world champions, have tested positive this year for meldonium, the performance-enhancing drug that Maria Sharapova admitted to using, according to antidoping officials. Meldonium, developed in Latvia for heart patients, aids blood flow and...
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    Maria Sharapova’s Drug Scandal May Be Darker than You Think

    Last year, I interviewed Maria Sharapova at a party in Miami that was held to celebrate her second year as a global brand ambassador for Porsche. It was one of the stranger interviews I have ever conducted: it was done standing up, on the red carpet that led her past the paparazzi and into the...
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    Who is a better grass court player Nadal or Sampras?

    vs personally i think raafa is a better grass court player than sampras. the simple fact is that raafa defeated roger at Wimbledon while sampras failed. let us see what the forum thinks and who comes on top in this really legitimate poll.
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    Important Djokovic, Nadal and Federer 2015 GS Trend

    Djokovic -------->AO(win) ------<------FO(final)-------> Wimbledon(win)--------<--------USO(final) Raafa <-------AO(quarter final)--------->FO(quarter final)------<-----Wimbledon(2nd round)------------->USO(win) Roger -------->AO(3rd round)------------>FO(quarter...
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    Djokovic is The Greatest Ever to Play The Game

    1, He beat Roger in Clay,Grass and on Hard court GS. 2, He beat Raafa in Clay,Grass and Hard Court GS 3, He Beat Murray in a Clay,Hard Court GS in a matter of time he will destroy him in Grass court GS. in this past few years when Raaf and Roger were at the peak of their powers he has...
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    Tim Henman Talks About Nadal's Wimbledon 2015 Second Round Loss

    Former British number one Tim Henman "I think Roger Federer or Andy Murray would have beaten Brown today. They both return better and are more confident. "When you have won 14 Grand Slams and 60-odd tour titles, it amazes me how fragile Rafael Nadal's confidence is. "He has talked about how he...
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    Nadal is The Moral Victor of Wimbledon 2015

    He won two of the most important tournaments of the current season and he it was clear from today game that Raafa does not care competing against a journeyman, the opponent needs to be worthy enough for Raafa to decide to play his best game, he let dustin win because dustin was not worthy...
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    What Will Be The H2H Between Federer And Nadal If They Would Have Met More on Grass?

    Considering Federer and Raafa's wins on grass in the past 5 years and Raafa winning the all important stuttgart tournament beating some of the grass court specialists, and federer's current level of play against mugs like Gulbis in Halle i would guess Raafa would have obliterated Roger on grass...
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    There is no Shame in Losing to a Grass Court Specialist, Legend Like Dolgopolov

    Dolgopolov is a grass court specialist and a legend of this game so there is no shame losing to him in this exhibition match when Raafa has already won one of the most important tournament of this calendar couple of days ago. This does not mean say anything about his current form and he is...
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    Nadal Won Stuttgart Final, be Afraid be Very Afraid!

    Yesterday raafa won the finals on a real surface and he beat a very tough opponent who is at the prime of his career in straight sets. Stuttgart is one of the most important tournaments of the ATP calendar if not the most, so i guess everyone should watch out. Federer and Djokovic fans be...
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    Peak Djokovic is no Match For Peak Federer.

    Today's result proves this without a shred of doubt. Wawrinka with a bit of rogers playing talent and bit more power dominated Djoker, even 31 year old Federer Dominated Djokovic in wimbledon so its very clear peak Federer except is better than anyone (except for his mental block on clay).
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    Wawrinka Will Win French Open 2015.

    Thats right folks you heard it here first.:) 2009 - Soderling beats Raafa but gets beaten by Roger(swiss) in the finals. 2015 - Djoker beats Raafa but will get beaten by Wawrinka(swiss) in the finals. The clay tournament is either for people from island near Africa or Swiss nationals.:)...
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    Rafael Nadal's place in the 'weak era,' like Roger Federer's, isn't what you think

    Rafael Nadal's place in the 'weak era,' like Roger Federer's, isn't what you think Rafael Nadal is the greatest clay-court player in the history of tennis. This goes without saying. Or does it? Earlier this year Gaurav Sood, writing for a website called Perfect Tennis, offered this...
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    Rafael Nadal To Play In An Exhibition Match In Kazakhstan

    Rafael Nadal To Play In An Exhibition Match In Kazakhstan Rafael Nadal will reportedly play in a two-day exhibition match in Kazakhstan. It will be the first time that Nadal will visit the Central Asian nation. The Kazakhstan Tennis Federeration (KTF) reported that Nadal will be...
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    Even at U.S. Open Practice Session, Roger Federer Is Hottest Draw to Fans

    Even at U.S. Open Practice Session, Roger Federer Is Hottest Draw to Fans Prashanth Iyer and Ashwin Verghese were on their way to beginning a day of tennis watching at the Louis Armstrong Stadium when they came upon a commotion around the practice courts at the U.S.T.A. Billie Jean King...
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    Federer, Monfils expose the biggest problem with tennis replay

    Federer, Monfils expose the biggest problem with tennis replay Tennis has the replay system by which all other sports are measured. It’s quick, easy and almost entirely non-controversial. Conflicts occur occasionally, mostly about the replaying of points, but it’s generally accepted...
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    Accepting Roger Federer: The Greatest Player Ever Is Now People's Underdog

    Accepting Roger Federer: The Greatest Player Ever Is Now People's Underdog I did not always like Federer. In fact, for almost a decade, I rooted against no player more than Federer. I saw Federer in my first trip to Flushing Meadows in 2001. He was a scrawny 20-year-old playing in...
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    Nick Kyrgios tipped to win tournament by John McEnroe and Pat Cash after Nadal scalp

    Former Wimbledon champions John McEnroe and Pat Cash believe Nick Kyrgios is capable of emulating Boris Becker by winning Wimbledon as a teenager. The 19-year-old produced one of the greatest upsets in the tournament's history by beating world number one Rafael Nadal in four sets in the round...
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    Djokovic Returns

    NADAL EYES EIGHTH ROME TITLE AS DJOKOVIC RETURNS World No. 2 and two-time Internazionali BNL d’Italia champion Novak Djokovic is set to make his return to the ATP World Tour next week in Rome and could face a familiar foe in Roger Federer in a semi-final battle. Djokovic, who was...
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    Roger Federer swaps childcare for Jérémy Chardy in Rome return

    Roger Federer swaps childcare for Jérémy Chardy in Rome return Roger Federer lights up any room or any tournament, and there was a palpable sense of relief when he confirmed on Monday that he would be leaving nursery duties behind to resume work at the Italian Open this week. With...
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    Roger Federer Still Greater Than Rafael Nadal; Andre Agassi’s Claim Premature

    Roger Federer Still Greater Than Rafael Nadal; Andre Agassi’s Claim Premature Former world's no.1 and multiple Grand Slam winner Andre Agassi recently dropped a bomb during a recent interview with Singaporean newspaper Strait Times by saying Rafael Nadal has already dethroned Roger...
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