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  1. The Big Foe fan

    Djokovic 2016 vs Nadal 2014 at RG, who wins?

    Both having a last prime run before the steep fall. Both having lost a rome final and having won Madrid en route to the French open final. Both having faced a tough loss in Monte Carlo Both showing quite huge signs of holes in the armour after such a great previous season (nadal more so than...
  2. Enceladus

    2019 French Open - ATP Thread

    Defending champion: Rafael Nadal (11-time RG winner (2005-08, 2010-14 and 2017-18)) Former FO champions, who will participating in the 2019 tournament: Roger Federer (2009), Stan Wawrinka (2015), Novak Djokovic (2016) Official website: http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/index.html Wiki-link...
  3. georgemccauley

    Lucas Pouille has the game to win multiple Grand Slams

    Someone who has flown under everyone's radar is Lucas Pouille. Watching his game he is silky smooth from the back of the court, able to hit winners at will off both wings. I think the result against Nadal is just the start of things to come for him, he won Vienna last year and has already been...
  4. J

    'I would never do that': Roger Federer withdrawal from French Open questioned by John Isner

    *Not a hate thread from me, just posting news* Personally it's Roger's prerogative. https://uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/apos-never-apos-roger-federer-135418748.html Roger Federer's decision to miss a second consecutive French Open has come in for criticism from world number 22 John Isner. The...
  5. M

    2017 Lyon ATP 250 - General Discussion

    Who will win this pre-RG warm-up tournament? One thing I'm very surprised by is why Edmund (#50) and Chung (#66) have to play qualifiers while Monteiro(#98), Dzumhur (#93), Albot (#86), Istomin (#82), Seppi (#76) and Berlocq (#68) have been directly accepted without a wildcard or whatever. Can...
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