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  1. TJfederer16

    Does Djokovic have any incentive to beat Federer?

    What an incredibly stupid question
  2. TJfederer16

    Fucsovics says, "US Open Court speed is quite faster than last year"

    It was 2017 just for your records. The last five hardcourt meetings were as follows; Federer bt. Nadal Shanghai 2017 - 6-4 6-3 Federer bt. Nadal Miami 2017 - 6-3 6-4 Federer bt. Nadal Indian Wells 2017 - 6-2 6-3 Federer bt. Nadal Australian Open 2017 - 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3 Federer bt. Nadal...
  3. TJfederer16

    Who realistically stops Nadal

    Yeah last two seasons he's only won two hardcourt tournaments and both were in Canada......
  4. TJfederer16

    Who realistically stops Nadal

    Realistically, anyone in the top 50
  5. TJfederer16

    Fucsovics says, "US Open Court speed is quite faster than last year"

    Yes it does give an advantage to the greater majority of players, particularly those with big games but the point is if Roger finds his way past players like Rublev and gets into the later round to set up a potential Novak or Rafa matchup then the faster courts definitely help Roger, that's the...
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    Fucsovics says, "US Open Court speed is quite faster than last year"

    Erm the last 5 times they played on it.......?
  7. TJfederer16

    Fucsovics says, "US Open Court speed is quite faster than last year"

    Federer has no chance unless "Nadal" and Djokovic are out injured. Have you been watching tennis the last few years? Did you watch Wimbledon? Roger is a big favourite against Rafa anywhere nowadays off clay. You cannot put Nadal and Djokovic in the same sentence in terms of Rogers chances...
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    Nadal first since Lendl to win 20 titles on both clay and hard

    Lol Rafa wins a hardcourt masters tournament with 250 competition and a bye in the semis and suddenly the VB come out of their rabbit holes and gloat as if his win in Montreal suddenly means he is the most complete player. Come back when he's won 5+ slams across multiple surfaces then he might...
  9. TJfederer16

    Did other All Time Greats Choke Less than Federer or were they not good enough to put themselves in a position to even choke?

    Did any other all time greats get as lucky as Novak when going for broke when down match points?
  10. TJfederer16

    Murray has gotten very skinny :(

    I'm guessing you're fat then
  11. TJfederer16

    What went wrong at 40-15 for Federer?

    Novak is the LOAT - Luckiest Player of All Time
  12. TJfederer16

    Roger can win one of the next two slams, and be prepared the Slam race will become the biggest tennis story ever

    People were saying that in 2016 and even way before that, then 2017 came along......
  13. TJfederer16

    Federer 0-8 in Finals v Nadalovic at FO/Wimbledon

    But he's not. He'll forever be recognised as Novak '3rd Wheel' Djokovic.
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    Federer 0-8 in Finals v Nadalovic at FO/Wimbledon

    Lol its embarrassing how much you want Novak to be loved. Unfortunately for you Novak will never be as remembered as greatly as Roger or Rafa when they all retire no matter how much Novak wins.
  15. TJfederer16

    Djokovic resume too skewed on Hard courts.

    The reality is when the going got tough Roger had to alter his game with age in order to compete with a younger Nadal and Djokovic entering their primes and managed to get back to number 1 at the age of 36. Nadal and Djokovic never had to deal with pontential GOAT contenders that are 5 years...
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    Nadal is ahead of Federer in Slams adjusted by difficulty

    As much as you would like to think that, there are GS titles that are more relevant, particularly to Rafa's career. In order for one to become GOAT they have to have a diverse and well rounded resume. The more claycourt titles Rafa adds to his portfolio only accentuates his lopsided dominance...
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    Nadal is ahead of Federer in Slams adjusted by difficulty

    Funny how this happens after every French open. Well the dust has nearly settled again until the VB have to scurry back into their holes for another year only to reappear on May 25 - June 8th 2020 to desperately state their man's claim to the throne again after yet another irrelevant clay title.
  18. TJfederer16

    2019 French Open QF - [1.] Novak Djokovic (Ultron) vs. [5.] Sascha Zverev (Zod)

    If you are going to beat Novak in a slam especially on a surface like clay you have to match him physically. Zverev just isn't in the same league physically to stay with Novak over 5 sets. At the moment he is built for Bo3 and his record speaks volumes in this regard. The only ones who can match...
  19. TJfederer16

    2019 French Open QF - [1.] Novak Djokovic (Ultron) vs. [5.] Sascha Zverev (Zod)

    Wow hasn't lost a set against the likes of Caruso, Laaksonen, Struff, Hurkacz and now a physical and mental midget sacha. Lets not get carried away, he's playing well...
  20. TJfederer16

    Notable players and their H2H against slam winners

    I can't find the page about your eye test, can you help me? :unsure: https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.php?threads/the-joys-of-elo.634302/
  21. TJfederer16

    Wrestlemania was Epic :)

    I used to love it, particularly during the attitude era and even into the mid 2000s, it was hilarious, had great personalities and storylines. Now its just a pantomime for little girls.
  22. TJfederer16

    Wrestlemania was Epic :)

    What does that have to do with watching this babyish crap? Grow up
  23. TJfederer16

    Wrestlemania was Epic :)

    Im amazed people still watch this giant pantomime. I mean I loved the attitude era when I was kid, now its a joke. Grow up
  24. TJfederer16

    Food poisoned Kyrgios defeated Rafa

    I just had food poisoning and was throwing up non-stop, crippled by stomach cramps and crapping blood whilst Nick was able to beat an all time great in 3 gruelling sets. I highly doubt he had food poisoning....
  25. TJfederer16

    I gotta say (about Roger)...

    2017 blew all expectations out of proportions. I just enjoy watching Roger compete now, whether he plays bad or not, I don't care, Its just good to see him still on the court trying his best to get a win.
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