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Re: Retire Rogerfed1

Postby deniznadalfan » 10 Jan 2014, 21:46

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Re: Retire Rogerfed1

Postby Ivo ISNER » 10 Jan 2014, 21:55

as you said nadal's knees have to hold up and i don't think that can happen
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Re: Retire Rogerfed1

Postby miharu0607 » 10 Jan 2014, 23:06

Nigogu, check year end ranks from 2003-2007 and u'll know the answer :D
I've seen many live matches from that period and seriously any guy i've mentioned wasn't close to the level presented by Murray, Djokovic or bit older Nadal on hardcourts :D
Safin was more into big boobs blondes, Roddick changed his game almost completly, Hewitt was badly injured, then he got fat, and he lost his touch.
Soderling was also injury-prone player.

But I won't discuss with someone who was born after US OPEN 2000 final :D it's pointless, cause kids haven't seen Agassi, Sampras and some other late 90s players ;)
So keep thinking that he is the best ;)
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Re: Retire Rogerfed1

Postby Nigogu » 10 Jan 2014, 23:11

miharu0607 wrote:Nigogu, check year end ranks from 2003-2007 and u'll know the answer :D
I've seen many live matches from that period and seriously any guy i've mentioned wasn't close to the level presented by Murray, Djokovic or bit older Nadal on hardcourts :D
Safin was more into big boobs blondes, Roddick changed his game almost completly, Hewitt was badly injured, then he got fat, and he lost his touch.
Soderling was also injury-prone player.

Okay, if you say it i'll believe you, i wasn't there to argue about it ':D
Anyway, you won't change my thoughts, i still think the same.... :whistle:


miharu0607 wrote:But I won't discuss with someone who was born after US OPEN 2000 final :D it's pointless, cause kids haven't seen Agassi, Sampras and some other late 90s players ;)
So keep thinking that he is the best ;)

I came to this topic to post that, deniz, FEDERER2 & me we are -16 YO, so, we don't have much perspective about ALL-TIME, anyway i still think Federer & Laver are the best by far... :whistle:
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