SinneGoat Miami Post Match "#NextGen not ready to win against BIG3"

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Deleted member 771911

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Incredible. Even our great hope does not believe.
 

duaneeo

Legend
Well, he says it can be "2 year or 5 years"...meaning when the Big-3 are 36/37/42 years old or 39/40/45 years old, the NextGen will start beating the Big-3 consistently. So, there's hope!
 

Omega_7000

Legend
How dare you, boy. You're supposed to save tennis. You're supposed to save Federer.
Novak crazies are out in full force hating on a 19 year old who has only showed some promise without any significant results. Sinner better beef up his security if he does manage to beat him in the future.
 

Nole Slam

G.O.A.T.
Novak crazies are out in full force hating on a 19 year old who has only showed some promise without any significant results. Sinner better beef up his security if he does manage to beat him in the future.
Didn't you hear already? I am a fake Novak fan according to my own fanbase. Therefore, when someone calls me the bolded part, I have an identity crisis.

And I am not hating on Sinner :rolleyes: . I actually like the guy. I just have a weird sense of humor. Even Sinner fans know that I'm not a hater.
 

yokied

Hall of Fame
****ing shameful. Aslan won’t cower in the corner. He fears only one thing more than being forced by me (and Russian gangsters) at gunpoint to start de-djokodaling draws: returning to mediocrity and obscurity.
 
A win over 37.5 year old Fed is as irrelevant as it gets.

The win over Nadal was good, but then laid an egg against Med.
Federer won AO 2 times in a row 2017/2018 but suddenly became irrelevant a year later, in the same year Djokovic barely stopped him from winning another Wimbledon. :rolleyes:

Anyway, Sinner claims that next gens aren't ready to beat big 3, which is incorrect as all major next gens have victories against them and in Tsitsipas' case it's incorrect in slams too.
 

mike danny

Bionic Poster
Federer won AO 2 times in a row 2017/2018 but suddenly became irrelevant a year later, in the same year Djokovic barely stopped him from winning another Wimbledon. :rolleyes:

Anyway, Sinner claims that next gens aren't ready to beat big 3, which is incorrect as all major next gens have victories against them and in Tsitsipas' case it's incorrect in slams too.
Hey, it happens. Djokovic won the AO back to back in 2015 and 2016 and then in 2017 he lost to Istomin. Not the best argument.

Sorry, but a 20.5 year old beating a 37.5 year old should not be considered an upset, that's why to me this win is irrelevant. Especially since he got his ass handed to him by Nadal next.
 

blablavla

G.O.A.T.
Yeah, a win against 37 years old Federer is irrelevant but a win against 35 years old Nadal is super meaningful. That’s some high level of double standards.
I wonder why ATP has Nadal listed at 34 years old, and why Novak is listed at 33 years old.
Either you're trolling here, or they are awfully wrong.
 

mike danny

Bionic Poster
Anyway, Sinner claims that next gens aren't ready to beat big 3, which is incorrect as all major next gens have victories against them and in Tsitsipas' case it's incorrect in slams too.
Well, the big 3 have won 15 of the last 16 slams so Sinner is not wrong at all.
 

Imperator

Hall of Fame
I wonder why ATP has Nadal listed at 34 years old, and why Novak is listed at 33 years old.
Either you're trolling here, or they are awfully wrong.
Because their birthday is in May and June respectively so they’re technically 33 and 34. But they’re in their 34th and 35th year.
 
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