to be frank it's been a joke of a draw for nadal here, (it's a great achievement for him already to be in a final), based only on that fact med deserves more to win the title, his road was tougherSadly, Med is gonna win in 4 sets
I would prefer another AO for Rafa that being the man with most GS ever. I don't care if Novak wins 23 if Rafa finishes with 21 and Double Career Grand Slam.
Mannarino tougher than 'insert whatever name' laughable statement. Big 3 might as well play against a club player.
Berretini is so much worse than Berdy that his peak level likely isn't much higher than Berdy 2017.
And certainly tons worse than reigning USO champion Wawrinka.
what a load of cr*pMischa Zverev, dude. That draw was honestly mediocre to worse. And both Nadal and Federer's form in that tournament are way overrated. Nadal barely scraped by against baby Sascha, and Dimitrov, and then almost won the title anyway.
lol. berdych was better than both. M Zverev actually took out Murray and most certainly better than frickin mannarino.Mannarino and Berrettini is tougher than M.Zverev and Berdy in 2017 lol
what a load of cr*p
fed beat berdych, nishi, wawa AND nadal
focussing on berdych and M Zverev shows your malice.
This is why put you on ignore. Had to unignore for one of the match threads. But back into ignore you will go soon.
Berdych actually beat fed twice 2x in slams.I really don't care, please keep me on ignore so that I don't have to see you replying to me again lol. There is nothing remotely impressive about the draw. Berdych, Nishikori and Wawrinka are all complete personal big three pigeons with the exception of Stan-Djokovic. And Nadal wasn't in good form AT ALL.
Mischa Zverev QF
Sounds fair. I guess I report my thread with annotation: "Please merge my thread with @mike danny ’s "Australian Open 2022 Final: Rafael Nadal vs Daniil Medvedev", if it’s possible"I guess we talk to the mods somehow? No idea really. But I know it's been done before.
Considering the significance of this match, let's share the spoils. It's only fair.
Berdych actually beat fed twice 2x in slams.
Wawa was playing at prime level at his favorite slam AO. you know the same wawa that thrashed the living daylights outta your boy Nadal in AO 14
nadal was in more than good form in AO 17. certainly significantly better than now.
played a pretty good final. very good QF vs Raonic to beat him in straights. a very good semi to edge out dimi.
If this were current rafa, dimi would've beaten him in 4 sets tops, lol.
Mischa Zverev beat Murray to get to the QF. But keep going on to expose yourself more.
Not since AO 2009 or Wimbledon 2007.Medvedev is a 65% favorite according to the initial betting odds. That might change before the match. Kind of funny seeing Nadal being such a big underdog in a match against someone other than Djokovic. I don't remember the last time that happened.
for a 35.5 year old guy, it was a tough draw.It's so cute how you think that because Federer struggled through so many matches, that it was a tough draw
for a 35.5 year old guy, it was a tough draw.
its cute how you can't actually address the points mentioned there.
also how utterly shameless are you to say this after nadal getting cakewalk after cakewalk draws to the final at the USO and at this particular AO as well.
imagine if AO 17 fed met this AO 22 nadal (similar ages). fed'd make it a bloodbath. AO 17 nadal was actually playing good (though past his prime) unlike now.
oh and just in case you forgot:
AO 17: Wawa was playing at prime level at his favorite slam AO. you know the same wawa that thrashed the living daylights outta your boy Nadal in AO 14
Its moderately tough for anyone.Ah, thanks for qualifying it. "For a 35.5 year old guy."
Now go kick rocks, kiddo