Turn anger into opportunity :- Rafa Nadal

Rafa4LifeEver

Hall of Fame
Nothing comes close to what The Earth's Mightiest Warrior did in that regard, turning anger into opportunity. You all know what the iconic moment below lead to.

Nadal is the greatest warrior of tennis world, gentleman.
He plays every point like its his last
 

Hitman

G.O.A.T.
Unfortunately the Spanish terrier had a limited ballstriking power which kept him from achieving more. I really respect him a lot, gentleman.
Doesn't matter my good man, that is a difference in skill set, it doesn't change the fact that Ferrer fights for every point til the death, that is mindset. He has the same exact approach that Rafs has, just Rafa is a better player
 

Rafa4LifeEver

Hall of Fame
Doesn't matter my good man, that is a difference in skill set, it doesn't change the fact that Ferrer fights for every point til the death, that is mind. He has the same exact approach that Rafs has, just Rafa is a better player
I absolutely agree.
He's a fighter.
 

D.Nalby12

G.O.A.T.
Doesn't matter my good man, that is a difference in skill set, it doesn't change the fact that Ferrer fights for every point til the death, that is mindset. He has the same exact approach that Rafs has, just Rafa is a better player

I guess they teach this mental approach in Spanish academies. Busta is useless player otherwise but he fights a lot !
 

MichaelNadal

Bionic Poster
You would think that would be against the sporting rules.
Well today they don't take unprotected chair shots to the head anymore (and for good reason). That particular match is probably the most brutal, from a chair shot perspective.


His wife and kids were watching and she had to carry them out bc they thought he was being murdered.
 

sredna42

Hall of Fame
McEnroe generally played better when he got angry. I often thought he started the on-court fights to get his game going.
100% he did.
Find anything possible to kvetch & wail about to manufacture outrage, which fuels the fight.
Who cares if it doesn't add up later on, the present is all that matters
 
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