One record that Nadal holds, but none of other 3

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Rafa won the Toronto Masters with the shot clock. So he didn't break the time rule in all matches there.
Lol...
Do you think they will have enough courage to give rafa time warnings more than once or twice??
And shot clock starts after umpire calls a point btw
 

TimHenmanATG

Professional
Nadal also must have the record for the most wedgies during a professional career.

I'm not nerdy enough to do the exact maths, but he picks the shorts out of his bum on every first and second serve, both when he's serving and receiving.

He's played 1,130 pro matches. So if we conservatively assume that they average around 2 and a half sets, then he's probably averaging around 23 games per match.

1,130 x 23 = 25,990.

Again, with a very low estimate, let's say that he plays an average of 6.5 points per game, and that he and his opponents have a 67% first serve percentage.

25,900 x 6.5 = 168,350. 168,350 * 1.33 = roughly 224,000.

So, even by low estimates, Rafael Nadal has pulled the purported wedgie out of his bottom cheeks on over 220-thousand occasions during his professional career.
 
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King No1e

Legend
Pick 1st point now
Rafa has not broken a racquet
He broke a racquet for the first time ever in one of the early rounds of a clay M1000 last year.

Apparently he sent a long apology letter to Babolat and paid back the cost of the racquet.

He just couldn't help being a legend.
 

The_Order

G.O.A.T.
Because the point ends only when the umpire calls the score. Until the umpire doesn't call the point, the point is not valid. Thus, Nadal played respecting the rules.
Gotta love how the OP thinks he understands the rules only to get schooled...
 
Nadal also must have the record for the most wedgies during a professional career.

I'm not nerdy enough to do the exact maths, but he picks the shorts out of his bum on every first and second serve, both when he's serving and receiving.

He's played 1,130 pro matches. So if we conservatively assume that they average around 2 and a half sets, then he's probably averaging around 23 games per match.

1,130 x 23 = 25,990.

Again, with a very low estimate, let's say that he plays an average of 6.5 points per game, and that he and his opponents have a 67% first serve percentage.

25,900 x 6.5 = 168,350. 168,350 * 1.33 = roughly 224,000.

So, even by low estimates, Rafael Nadal has pulled the purported wedgie out of his bottom cheeks on over 220-thousand occasions during his professional career.

 

roysid

Hall of Fame
I'm sure many players haven't broken a racket in their life time.
But no player..and I repeat no player has picked butt atleast 100 times per match. Now that's legend.

And Nadal playing within time rules. Is this the biggest joke of the year
 

r2473

G.O.A.T.
Nadal also must have the record for the most wedgies during a professional career.

I'm not nerdy enough to do the exact maths, but he picks the shorts out of his bum on every first and second serve, both when he's serving and receiving.

He's played 1,130 pro matches. So if we conservatively assume that they average around 2 and a half sets, then he's probably averaging around 23 games per match.

1,130 x 23 = 25,990.

Again, with a very low estimate, let's say that he plays an average of 6.5 points per game, and that he and his opponents have a 67% first serve percentage.

25,900 x 6.5 = 168,350. 168,350 * 1.33 = roughly 224,000.

So, even by low estimates, Rafael Nadal has pulled the purported wedgie out of his bottom cheeks on over 220-thousand occasions during his professional career.
I think his 11 French opens is still more impressive.
No. FO record could be broken. Wedgie record will stand forever.
 
Nadal also must have the record for the most wedgies during a professional career.

I'm not nerdy enough to do the exact maths, but he picks the shorts out of his bum on every first and second serve, both when he's serving and receiving.

He's played 1,130 pro matches. So if we conservatively assume that they average around 2 and a half sets, then he's probably averaging around 23 games per match.

1,130 x 23 = 25,990.

Again, with a very low estimate, let's say that he plays an average of 6.5 points per game, and that he and his opponents have a 67% first serve percentage.

25,900 x 6.5 = 168,350. 168,350 * 1.33 = roughly 224,000.

So, even by low estimates, Rafael Nadal has pulled the purported wedgie out of his bottom cheeks on over 220-thousand occasions during his professional career.
This guy is on something very serious:eek:
 
Shows how much fake he is........
Will build up this nice guy image outwards only to break every possible rule inside the court to win a match (illegal coaching, extended time, strategic toilet break, strategic medical timeout, etc etc...)
Its a fun intended thread, let us keep it that way, sir:):)
 
Story goes that Tio Toni threatened to walk out if little Rafa broke a racquet

So he's never done it
Wow.....
Tio :- Rafa, eef yu brek reket, ai gu bek, ukay?
Rafa :- wut eef ai brek rulz,?
Tio :- nu nid tu vary, ai wil setal wid ampayars, no?
Rafa :- ombellebable, no??

:p:p
 
He broke a racquet for the first time ever in one of the early rounds of a clay M1000 last year.

Apparently he sent a long apology letter to Babolat and paid back the cost of the racquet.

He just couldn't help being a legend.
That is the real deal,
Really ombellebable legend
 
Another one is failing to defend a non clay title while Federer and Djokovic have defend HC,grass and clay titles despite that clay is their weakest surface.
Djokovic is overachiever at wimby grass as well as underachiever at RG clay
He is a far better clay player than grass
 

MLM

Rookie
He broke a racquet for the first time ever in one of the early rounds of a clay M1000 last year.

Apparently he sent a long apology letter to Babolat and paid back the cost of the racquet.

He just couldn't help being a legend.
Source? I can’t find anything on it.
 

smash hit

Professional
Shot clock mean nothing if you do not apply it correctly.....
The shot clock is not reserved solely for Nadal. During the men's singles final the umpire was very lax with the use of the serve clock.

Chair umpire Alison Hughes gave both players leeway with the shot clock, as she accounted for the fan/noise delay that was out of the players' control. But once Djokovic exceeded the time limit for a third time, without much delay from fans, Hughes handed down a code violation. Djokovic smashed his racquet in frustration on a subsequent point but did not receive a code violation for it.
http://www.espn.co.uk/tennis/story/_/id/24630098/us-open-men-final-sees-quiet-day-chair-umpire
 
No lasting damage though

Takes serious balls to fight Bull like that
Really.
Nadal was 1 point away from basically winning the wimby, but djoker saved tennis

The shot clock is not reserved solely for Nadal. During the men's singles final the umpire was very lax with the use of the serve clock.



http://www.espn.co.uk/tennis/story/_/id/24630098/us-open-men-final-sees-quiet-day-chair-umpire
That's what I meant to say
The post was Not only nadal oriented....
 
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