Fed Called out for Cheating?!.

Pat Cash:
"You can't just stop a marathon if you're tired... I can't stress how bad this (tournament) has been supervised or looked at by the medical team here in the whole tour," Cash told BBC’s Radio 5 Live in the aftermath of Federer's 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3 victory over Nadal. "It's wrong, wrong and wrong... It's cheating and it's being allowed. It's legal cheating but it's still not right," added Cash.

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Volkswagen is involved in a criminal case in the United States right now, not 4 years ago. The reason is that they were poisoning people with gasses (surprise, surprise!) Sounds familiar?

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Tax evasion has direct relation to the integrity/moral values of little nephew (not all spaniards, not all europeans etc.).

The Volkswagen case has relation to?

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Tax evasion has direct relation to the integrity/moral values of little nephew (not all spaniards, not all europeans etc.).

The Volkswagen case has relation to?

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Nadal has always paid taxes in Spain. He had some of his companies based in the Basque Country, which has a lower tax rate, but that changed in 2012. He could have easily relocated to some place like Monaco to save millions of dollars, and he actually decided to stay in Spain.

Fed got off serving in the Swiss Army because he wasn't "physically fit due to a back problem". What was that thing about moral integrity you were talking about?

The Volkswagen thing has a lot to do with integrity. Since you have claimed in the past American and Spanish sportsmen should be immediately suspected of doping, maybe this means that all German companies should be suspected of criminal wrongdoing, no?

You can't generalize only when it pleases you, Jazz_Hands. You are very dishonest that way.

BTW, any true "insider" which has business dealings related to tennis would be far more respectful and appreciative of Rafa. Fed and Rafa have both increased interest in tennis, and anyone who would stand to benefit from that should be grateful.

But you really aren't, despite your claims. Are you, Jazz_Hands?

It seems you have some aminoacid in your chin.

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Nadal has always paid taxes in Spain. He had some of his companies based in the Basque Country, which has a lower tax rate, but that changed in 2012. He could have easily relocated to some place like Monaco to save millions of dollars, and he actually decided to stay in Spain.

Fed got off serving in the Swiss Army because he wasn't "physically fit due to a back problem". What was that thing about moral integrity you were talking about?

The Volkswagen thing has a lot to do with integrity. Since you have claimed in the past American and Spanish sportsmen should be immediately suspected of doping, maybe this means that all German companies should be suspected of criminal wrongdoing, no?

You can't generalize only when it pleases you, Jazz_Hands. You are very dishonest that way.

BTW, any true "insider" which has business dealings related to tennis would be far more respectful and appreciative of Rafa. Fed and Rafa have both increased interest in tennis, and anyone who would stand to benefit from that should be grateful.

But you really aren't, despite your claims. Are you, Jazz_Hands?

It seems you have some aminoacid in your chin.

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All of the statements you made in this post have been discussed many times and since you don't seem to have made any progress either your capacity to understand simple facts is too small or it seems that your only goal is to reset the discussion so that you can troll more.

Also your saltiness is turning into bitterness (judging by your efforts to guess now completely desperately).

Sorry about that.

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All of the statements you made in this post have been discussed many times and since you don't seem to have made any progress either your capacity to understand simple facts is too small or it seems that your only goal is to reset the discussion so that you can troll more.

Also your saltiness is turning into bitterness (judging by your efforts to guess now completely desperately).

Sorry about that.

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I am not guessing anything. Your contributions to tennis are zero. And you should be grateful to Nadal for making legendary contributions to tennis (and making Fed and Djokovic better players as well) instead of disparaging him as your faceless, nameless troll (with an "insider facade") persona in a forum where nobody knows your identity.

Talking crap is very easy, as you have proved throughout the years.

BTW, the "insider facade" bit was a joke which will surely fly over your underpowered brain. Just giving you a hint so that you pay better attention.

As always, you lose.

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I am not guessing anything. Your contributions to tennis are zero. And you should be grateful to Nadal for making legendary contributions to tennis (and making Fed and Djokovic better players as well) instead of disparaging him as your faceless, nameless troll (with an "insider facade") persona in a forum where nobody knows your identity.

Talking crap is very easy, as you have proved throughout the years.

BTW, the "insider facade" bit was a joke which will surely fly over your underpowered brain. Just giving you a hint so that you pay better attention.

As always, you lose.

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You are weak as water.

Enough said.

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