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  1. tennis_pro

    Djokovic should've been disqualified in the 2014 Wimbledon final

    Yes That gives him confidence for 2015, which he wins, which gives him confidence for 2015 US, which he wins which gives him confidence for 19, which he wins, which gives him more confidence to keep playing. Fed 2024 AO champion.
  2. tennis_pro

    Djokovic should've been disqualified in the 2014 Wimbledon final

    Fed should've been disqualified too. Let's give MC to Djokovic and Wimbledon to Fed and just close the case right there. Wimbledon is way worse, you don't need your throat for anything, but you need your ankle for something, so there it is.
  3. tennis_pro

    Who will win career grand slam first? Sinner or Alcaraz

    With Nadal pretty much out (at 38 with his current form there's no way he beats Alcaraz even at his C+/B- level) and Djokovic declining he's really got no competition on clay if he plays to his capabilities. Thiem would've been tough, but he looks to be done too and Zverev ain't beating Alcaraz...
  4. tennis_pro

    Who will win career grand slam first? Sinner or Alcaraz

    Alcaraz already got the toughest Slam for him out of the way (Wimbledon) and bagged the US Open which has been the most "open" Slam in recent years. I will be very surprised if he doesn't win the FO in the next 2-3 years at most, so that leaves us with the AO. He was unlucky not to play in 2023...
  5. tennis_pro

    Djokovic should've been disqualified in the 2014 Wimbledon final

    So I'm rewatching the 2014 Wimbledon final between Federer and Djokovic in full, because I have no life and here's what I noticed: 42:12 DJOKOVIC FIRED A BALL THAT HIT A BALLGIRL. No apologies, nothing and you can see the girl was in a lot of pain. Also (1:53:25) - that should've been Fed's...
  6. tennis_pro

    Who has switched fanbase ?

    op you little weasel
  7. tennis_pro

    150k for a private training session with Nadal ?

    For Fed yeah, for Nadal 5$ tops :)
  8. tennis_pro

    How many slams does 2010-2016 Federer win in place of Djokovic in 2017-2023?

    Thiem is probably the only one who would offer some challenge, but against a younger Fed he still loses 60-80% of the matches.
  9. tennis_pro

    20-0

    This is a meaningless stat, because it kinda implies that someone is not capable of pushing him to the limit on clay. The dude's lost BO5 set matches on clay you know, sometimes even in straight sets like in 2015 against Djokovic. So if by some miracle Nadal managed to push Djokovic to 5 in...
  10. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    It's cherry picking. Carlos is in a slump, Medvedev is already 28 and I feel he's close to ending his prime, Zverev is still a mental midget and not as good as he was years back and Djokovic is almost 37 and closer to his way out than many people think.
  11. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    Depends on who he beats. 99% no, because he'll probably beat someone like Rublev, De Minaur and Medvedev.
  12. tennis_pro

    10-match Australian Open series, 2020 Dominic Thiem vs. 2024 Jannik Sinner

    7-3 Thiem if not more. Djokovic was 10x better in 2020 than in 2024.
  13. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    He was already old in 2023, the competition allowed him to win that much, but even comparing 2024 AO to his 2023 form he looked worse. Not saying he wouldn't win a lot, but definitely not 3 Slams, WTF, a couple Masters. You can only do it at 36 if the competition is mediocre at best. Fed did...
  14. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    Because the top 5 during Berdych's time on tour was peak Federer, peak Nadal, peak Djokovic, peak Murray and someone like peak Del Potro or Tsonga. Today it's Rublev, Medvedev, Alcaraz who's been in a major slump for months and a 37-year old Djokovic who's just freaking old and can't/won't be as...
  15. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    He's potentially the best or one of the best at mashed potatoes in an era of mashed potatoes.
  16. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    I was on the bandwagon 2 years ago. He is the new Berdych, hell I think peak Berdych was better.
  17. tennis_pro

    What was the last run to a schlem title that really impressed you?

    Alcaraz proved himself against a still decent Nadal and Djokovic in 2022. Sinner is just eating the crumbs. He's the new Berdych. Hell, Berdych had more variety. And a quadrilion times stronger competition.
  18. tennis_pro

    Sinner can do something undoable

    Who cares about carrotman or pretty much 99% of the tour today? Tennis is dead. I know it, you know it. This skinnya** carrot who can only hit groundstrokes and has zero variety and the charisma of a potato is the best the tour has to offer now? My God, 2009 feels like a different stratosphere...
  19. tennis_pro

    Old Djokovic vs Old Federer - Who was better?

    Old Federer had peak Djokovic Old Djokovic had Tsitsipas and Berrettini.
  20. tennis_pro

    Agassi USO 2004 vs Nadal USO 2017?

    Agassi would struggle against Nadal, because he didn't like playing Courier early in his career? #TTW #trust me bro
  21. tennis_pro

    Will Jannik Sinner cross 10,000 ATP points this season?

    He's 1800 behind Djokovic in the rankings too. With the right draws and some luck I even think he could reach no 1 this year.
  22. tennis_pro

    310 + 101 = 411

    Anything is possible in the Gen Z Tik Tok era.
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