novak djokovic

  1. TheMaestro1990

    No other player more complete than Federer

    During Djokovic's peak many said that he is the most complete player ever. But he is far from good at the net and his overheads wouldn't scare anyone on the future tour to be honest. The most complete player is Federer when playing at his best. Agree?
  2. Backspin1183

    Who else thinks the ATP Facebook page is over posting about Federer and Nadal?

    I am a fan of Nadal and Roger's my (distant) second favourite player. It's nice to read about them. But, surely tennis isn't just about them. I am getting a bit fed up of constant Fedal posts on the ATP Facebook page like other players aren't worth talking about. 'Look what Roger Federer did...
  3. MS_07

    Why world is so cruel to rafa nadal ?

    World gave him a fair chance at USO. He won it without facing any top 25 player. But now look at China - 500 draw ... R 32 - lucas poille (#23) R 16 - khachanov (#32) QF - isner (#17) SF - dimitrov (#8) / jmdp (#24) / RBA (#13) F - Nick (#20) / m zverev (#26) / PCB (#10) / berdie...
  4. MS_07

    Rafa Joker and "weak era"

    Let's assume that any 2 of Nishikori (clay + HC) / Milos (HC + grass) / Dimitrov (HC + grass) / Thiem (clay + HC) are as talented as Rafa / Joker and they start winning slams when they're anywhere between 19-22. Then how many lesser slams Rafa/ joker might end up with ? By the age of 25 joker...
  5. Fedeonic

    Third best season ever for Djokovic?

    Ok, we can debate forever if Djokovic 2011 or Djokovic 2015 was the his best season, but what about his third? To put things in perspective, I only chose his Slam winning seasons, here are the season records: 2008: Aus Open W, 2 GS SF, 2 M1000s W, 1 M1000 F, YEC, Olympics bronze. 64-17 W/L and...
  6. rjms


    after seeing so maaaaaany threads and posts about nadal and federer this year of 2017 i have some how came to believe djokocic is going to come back hard and better than ever and destroy the field completely and Rule 2018 with 3 or more Grand Slams , along with 5+ atp 1000s masters2018 is...
  7. MS_07

    Last Slam winner without beating top 25 ??

    When was the last time this happened ? R1 #85 Lajo R2 #121 Taro R3 #59 L. Mayo R4 #65 Dolgo QF #53 Rublo SF #28 DelPo F #32 Ando :eek:
  8. TheMaestro1990

    Djokovic's decline

    I think his decline is mainly due to loss of motivation after completing the career Grand Slam last year. Then his injury has probably made it tougher for him to reach his best level. He had the fire in Wimbledon, but couldn't really give his best, it was quite obvious. So, with Djokovic being...
  9. J

    Both Djokovic and Murray should skip the rest of 2017

    Granted, we don't know the details of their medical conditions, but any chronic injury to a limb is potentially career-ending in tennis. A long-term sore arm or elbow that forces a player to quit in the most important tournament of the year is pretty obviously a time bomb. The same is true of an...
  10. TheMaestro1990

    Best TV commercials by tennis stars?

    Which is your favourite - new or old?
  11. TheMaestro1990

    Top 10 Greatest Matches Ever?!

    When we discuss the greatest matches of all time it's obviously tough to reach any form of consensus. How important is the drama? The circumstances? The level of play? The importance for tennis as a sport? Some might say that the quality is the most important aspect, while others tend to lean...
  12. TheMaestro1990

    Can Federer equal Djokovic's IW record?

    Federer has 4 titles, Djokovic has 5. Can the Swiss Maestro pull it off? Vote and discuss.
  13. TheMaestro1990

    Who is tennis' true GLADIATOR?

    Is it Rafael Nadal... Novak Djokovic... Roger Federer... Or Bernard Tomic? Vote and discuss!
  14. TheMaestro1990

    Question to Nole fans: Which is Djokovic's most heartbreaking loss?

    Now the question turns to the Nole fans in this forum. Which of Djokovic's losses was the toughest and most heartbreaking? Discuss and vote!
  15. -NN-

    Who was your 2016 #1: Murray or Djokovic?

    From Open: An Autobiography by Andre Agassi: " 'I couldn't care less. Pete is number one, no matter what some computer says. Pete won two Slams this year and he won our showdown in New York. Besides, I still don't give a rat's ass about being number one; would have been nice, wasn't my goal.'...