Healthy Nadal

What else could healthy Rafa achieve ?

  • Cure cancer

    Votes: 12 48.0%
  • Bring peace to the Middle East

    Votes: 13 52.0%

  • Total voters
    25
#10
He's already confirmed to play MC (https://www.express.co.uk/sport/ten...return-date-Monte-Carlo-Masters-Roger-Federer).

I seem to recall his fans here claiming "tendinitis" would take 8-9 weeks to heal?
I'm afraid you're trying to fabricate fake stories here: according to Dr.Cotorro (from the VFDA, aka the vamosalaplyan food and drug administration), tendinitis, as amputation or cholera, usually heals after the number of weeks leading to monte-carlo.

so nothing surprising here 8-B
 
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#11
I'm sorry but the phrasing of the question reveals you to be just one more of Bull's army of haters. You have got it entirely the wrong way around: it is not "what could he achieve?" but "what could he not achieve?" The only legitimate answers to that question are "nothing whatsoever - he can achieve whatever he likes," and "convince his haters that he can achieve anything other than convincing them of his unprecedented brilliance."
 
#12
Not to spoil what serves as wit around here, but regardless of various injuries and time away from the tour, the man (4 years and 10 months younger than Roger) still has a resume nearly as great as Fed's. As a fan, I really don't concern myself with could-haves, would-haves and might-have-beens. I try to enjoy what actually happened, and his is one of the three greatest careers of the last 50 years.
 
#13
I'm afraid you're trying to fabricate fake stories here: according to Dr.Cotorro (from the VFDA, aka the vamosalaplyan food and drug administration), tendinitis, as amputation or cholera, usually heals after the number of weeks leading to monte-carlo.

so nothing surprising here 8-B
stop manufacturing FAKE stories, Fed Devotee :X3:
:censored:
iz not resspectfoul, will report you bad people, no??
 
#15
I'm afraid you're trying to fabricate fake stories here: according to Dr.Cotorro (from the VFDA, aka the vamosalaplyan food and drug administration), tendinitis, as amputation or cholera, usually heals after the number of weeks leading to monte-carlo.

so nothing surprising here 8-B
https://superman.fandom.com/wiki/Superman's_Powers_and_Abilities

I read this Wiki and just replaced the word "Superman" with "Nadal". Then I replaced "Kryptonite" with "Hard Courts". Then I replaced "Solar Rays" with "Clay"

Here, try it yourself:

  • Super Hypnotism (Obviously watching Nadal on clay): This power enabled Superman (Nadal) to hypnotize anyone. He could make people forget incidents or obey his commands (or just become so bored they wanted to kill themselves)
  • Stamina: Superman could survive indefinitely without food, water, or rest due to the yellow sun's radiation (Clay) sustaining him.
  • Healing factor (Obviously all dependent on how close Nadal is to Clay): Superman could regenerate physical damage to his body at an accelerated rate. He was able to regenerate when Wonder Woman slit his throat with her tiara in Wonder Woman #219. In the series Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Superman regenerates his body after being reduced to near a skeleton by a special nuke that was designed to blot out sun light and disrupt energy. Superman's healing rate has been inconsistently portrayed, however. In the first issue of the "Superman/Batman" comic, Alfred is able to remove a Kryptonite bullet from Superman's body without fear of the wound closing (probably because the Kryptonite was affecting his ability to heal).
 
#18
https://superman.fandom.com/wiki/Superman's_Powers_and_Abilities

I read this Wiki and just replaced the word "Superman" with "Nadal". Then I replaced "Kryptonite" with "Hard Courts". Then I replaced "Solar Rays" with "Clay"

Here, try it yourself:

  • Super Hypnotism (Obviously watching Nadal on clay): This power enabled Superman (Nadal) to hypnotize anyone. He could make people forget incidents or obey his commands (or just become so bored they wanted to kill themselves)
  • Stamina: Superman could survive indefinitely without food, water, or rest due to the yellow sun's radiation (Clay) sustaining him.
  • Healing factor (Obviously all dependent on how close Nadal is to Clay): Superman could regenerate physical damage to his body at an accelerated rate. He was able to regenerate when Wonder Woman slit his throat with her tiara in Wonder Woman #219. In the series Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Superman regenerates his body after being reduced to near a skeleton by a special nuke that was designed to blot out sun light and disrupt energy. Superman's healing rate has been inconsistently portrayed, however. In the first issue of the "Superman/Batman" comic, Alfred is able to remove a Kryptonite bullet from Superman's body without fear of the wound closing (probably because the Kryptonite was affecting his ability to heal).
that's an excellent point... also, maybe the kryptonian holds the solution of the nadal's pre-serve chronic itching issues, as his main characteristic (besides his ability to fly) is to wear his (red) underwear above his (blue) pants ? :unsure:

 
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#27
Not to spoil what serves as wit around here, but regardless of various injuries and time away from the tour, the man (4 years and 10 months younger than Roger) still has a resume nearly as great as Fed's. As a fan, I really don't concern myself with could-haves, would-haves and might-have-beens. I try to enjoy what actually happened, and his is one of the three greatest careers of the last 50 years.
specifically on clay you mean :(
 

Steve0904

Talk Tennis Guru
#29
Another case of recency bias. He's been battling serious and chronic injuries since his teens. Probably the last version of healthy Nadal was back in 2004.
What’s actually really amazing is that he’s NEVER been healthy.

He’s 929-191 career WHILE playing injured, no?

He has won 929 matches and 17 slams WHILE injured and was, of course, injured when he “lost” 191 times.
LOL
 
#30
No. On clay, he's far and away the best.
I was talking about overall - you don't see him as top three of the Open Era?
Definitely not. Most of his track record is extremely skewed by winning everything on one surface, in the weakest clay era of all time.

Plus he achieved it mostly by resting at home half of the year pretending to be injured...but magically running for ever like a rabbit on speed during April-June non stop.
 
#32
Definitely not. Most of his track record is extremely skewed by winning everything on one surface, in the weakest clay era of all time.

Plus he achieved it mostly by resting at home half of the year pretending to be injured...but magically running for ever like a rabbit on speed during April-June non stop.
Yeah, those six grand slams and numerous Masters he won on grass and hard court all happened during his April-June non stop periods. :rolleyes:
 
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