Federer's most angry face of all time?

SwankPeRFection

Hall of Fame
^^^ Get over it. I hope that Federer doesn't appologize for this at all. Doing so at the pressure of the media for something that's a natural response to someone being an idiot (woman or not) would actually hurt his image. He needs to be seen as not being scared of what he stands behind. Screw with him and you're going to get a ***** slap. (y)
 

SwankPeRFection

Hall of Fame
Didn't the affect the point though. It actually should have upset Del Potro's shot more than Federer's.
No, if someone calls out when YOUR shot lands very close, you relax for a split second and then you realize that it wasn't a legit line call, then your mind tries to come back to the point and you're two steps behind and you genrally miss your next shot. That's what happened, Fed's reaction is what she gets.

SHAAADDDD UP!!! :twisted:
 

Magnus

Legend
Imagine if Nadal did something so classy ... :shock:
I'd actually appreciate him a lot more. Right now he's way too hypocrite. He's the biggest cheater of all time yet acts so innocent. He should at least be true to his character and act as evil as he is.
 
It is no secret that I don't like Federer as a person at all. However, he is 100% correct in this situation. That is just total ******* ********, no tennis player wants to win a point that way and antagonizing is not O.K. either.

I don't like Federer, but I would never pull and B.S. like that. If you love the sport of tennis, you want the best player to win, and you want them to win by them not by you.

 
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Deleted member 21996

Guest
and the usual assinine remarks by ... drum roll... Nadal fans...!
 

Hood_Man

Legend
He really was angry in this match. I heard him moan a few times (in French I assume, I didn't understand what he was saying, but I could hear his voice) when he missed shots in that second set, Del Potro was running him ragged.
 

BreakPoint

Bionic Poster
Didn't the affect the point though. It actually should have upset Del Potro's shot more than Federer's.
Nope. DelPo knew the ball was going in all along so he already had his racquet back and he was going to rip it crosscourt regardless of any call. Whereas, Federer stopped playing just for that split second when he heard the call which caused him not to get to DelPo's next shot.
 

Bobby Jr

G.O.A.T.
Best part of the match IMO, Fed threatening that woman with his pimp hand and at the same time showing them that this will go to five. :)
Are you sure that's what he was doing? It looked like he was unleashing some jazz hands action to me. :lol:
 

10is

Professional
Are women in the Middle East even allowed to attend professional tennis matches (especially alone)?
Seriously?! Please don't lump the entire middle east (an agglomeration of several countries) as one homogenous entity. I expected better from you BreakPoint.
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
Here's the ref video, I expect many great things from you Sentinel you GifGoat.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqGXVmUovWg
Could you give the details of what happened. Who hit what ball out. What was the result ?

I have only the PC matches on telly, not SL. Tried a livestream but they were all freezing at each point -- impossible to watch. Anyway, at some point i stopped following the Fed match out of disgust.

Later came back and it was 2 sets all.

btw, i've stopped posting gifs. My dear "friend" complained and had 200 gif posts deleted. I might post a couple good ones in the Random Jokes thread, though.
 

FlashFlare11

Hall of Fame
Could you give the details of what happened. Who hit what ball out. What was the result ?

I have only the PC matches on telly, not SL. Tried a livestream but they were all freezing at each point -- impossible to watch. Anyway, at some point i stopped following the Fed match out of disgust.

Later came back and it was 2 sets all.

btw, i've stopped posting gifs. My dear "friend" complained and had 200 gif posts deleted. I might post a couple good ones in the Random Jokes thread, though.
It was set point for DelPo and Roger hit a slice that was well in, but the crowd started cheering before it landed. Del Potro hit a hard cross-court forehand and Roger dumped the next shot in the net.
 

consigliere

Rookie
Are women in the Middle East even allowed to attend professional tennis matches (especially alone)?
Oh yes they are, everything has changed over here ( except that the Middle East's people thinking is just as backwards and illiterate as ever, but that's just between us ).
 
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