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UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby nagateja » 13 Jun 2009, 23:03

I had seen many matches since my childhood.For me the best rivalries is
1.Federer and Nadal
2.Sampras and Agassi
3.William sisters ........
Do u think these are the best?
If not give ur views here on the rivalries that u think are great!!!
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby Stefan Edberg » 14 Jun 2009, 00:23

Stefan Edberg vs Ivan Lendl
Stefan Edberg vs Boris Becker
Playing just for FUN, and u should also do that ;-)
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby Togtdyalttai » 14 Jun 2009, 00:30

Federer-Nadal
Sampras-Agassi
You could really choose anyone for the 3rd one, maybe Seles-Graf
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby btaylor » 14 Jun 2009, 05:08

Sampras-Agassi was quite a bit more competitive and balanced than Nadal-Federer (they played many more times)
Lendl-McEnroe was quite a good rivalry (they didn't like each other, which added considerably to it) 8-)
Also, no conversation about rivalries would be complete without Navratilova-Evert... :roll:
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby Richou » 14 Jun 2009, 05:50

its gotta be federer soderling :lol:
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby Acid_Spot » 17 Jun 2009, 23:04

Top 3 of rivalries is just plain stupid...There are so many players in the history that have been known for the matches between them.3 is just not good enough.
Federer and Nadal arent the only ones....

1.Navratilova vs Evert
2.Sampras vs Agassi
3.Seles vs Graf
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby nagateja » 23 Jun 2009, 13:04

Acid_Spot wrote:Top 3 of rivalries is just plain stupid...There are so many players in the history that have been known for the matches between them.3 is just not good enough.
Federer and Nadal arent the only ones....

1.Navratilova vs Evert
2.Sampras vs Agassi
3.Seles vs Graf

I know dude that so many players had good matches on others but it happens once or twice,but what I mean if it happens almost everytime,then it becomes a great rivalry.Check out this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Tennis_rivalries
Stop calling them stupid stuff,people who replied r not fools.People across the tennis world and wikipedia r not fools to compare these rivalries :lol:
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Re: UR TOP3 GREATEST RIVALRIES

Postby TTennisfan » 23 Jun 2009, 13:18

Nadal - Federer
Agassi - Sampras & Connors - McEnroe
Lendl - McEnroe
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