I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by Professor » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 14:32:23


If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
go, then they could be the two to beat.

My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final. With
both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.

 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by SliceAndDic » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 14:36:34


Quote:
> If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
> flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
> go, then they could be the two to beat.

> My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
> same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final. With
> both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.

Nadal/Murray will be the "true final"? What about that five time
defending champion? I know you admit you have been trolling, but that
does not make it any better.

 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by Staple » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 15:23:20

Trolling is the default condition in RST.

 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by wen.. » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 19:24:17

In article

Quote:

> If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
> flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
> go, then they could be the two to beat.

> My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
> same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final.
> With
> both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.

Murray I think will definitely be one to beat at the US. Nadal, not so
much - he's pulled out of Davis Cup already, and it's hard to see him
coming back from a knee injury and immediately wiping the floor with
everybody, especially on hard courts at the US Open, where he's never been
past the semis.

wg

 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by Professor » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 19:26:03


Quote:
> In article


> > If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
> > flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
> > go, then they could be the two to beat.

> > My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
> > same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final.
> > With
> > both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.

> Murray I think will definitely be one to beat at the US. Nadal, not so
> much - he's pulled out of Davis Cup already, and it's hard to see him
> coming back from a knee injury and immediately wiping the floor with
> everybody, especially on hard courts at the US Open, where he's never been
> past the semis.

> wg

But if you spin it the other way, and suppose that Nadal has not been
playing at full fitness for a long time, then imagine how devestating
he could be if he could show up at the U.S Open well rested and 100%
injury free after a long break?
 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by Superdav » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 19:27:31

On Mon, 6 Jul 2009 03:26:03 -0700 (PDT), Professor X

Quote:


>> In article


>> > If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
>> > flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
>> > go, then they could be the two to beat.

>> > My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
>> > same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final.
>> > With
>> > both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.

>> Murray I think will definitely be one to beat at the US. Nadal, not so
>> much - he's pulled out of Davis Cup already, and it's hard to see him
>> coming back from a knee injury and immediately wiping the floor with
>> everybody, especially on hard courts at the US Open, where he's never been
>> past the semis.

>> wg

>But if you spin it the other way, and suppose that Nadal has not been
>playing at full fitness for a long time, then imagine how devestating
>he could be if he could show up at the U.S Open well rested and 100%
>injury free after a long break?

ah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

give it up already.

 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by Vari L. Cinick » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 22:53:47

Quote:


>> In article


>>> If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
>>> flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
>>> go, then they could be the two to beat.
>>> My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
>>> same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final.
>>> With
>>> both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.
>> Murray I think will definitely be one to beat at the US. Nadal, not so
>> much - he's pulled out of Davis Cup already, and it's hard to see him
>> coming back from a knee injury and immediately wiping the floor with
>> everybody, especially on hard courts at the US Open, where he's never been
>> past the semis.

>> wg

> But if you spin it the other way, and suppose that Nadal has not been
> playing at full fitness for a long time, then imagine how devestating
> he could be if he could show up at the U.S Open well rested and 100%
> injury free after a long break?

Sure. Nadal will never lose a match again in his career.

I expect him to deal some serious bagels to Murray the next time they
play, don't you?

You have to be fresh and match sharp to win slams. Nadal should be fresh
as a daisy unless he is overtraining or plays too many events or runs
too much defending territory too far behind the baseline.

--
Cheers,

vc

 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by SliceAndDic » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 22:57:16


Quote:


> >> In article


> >>> If one surface favours Murray the most then it is the hardcourts at
> >>> flushing meadows. And if Nadal can come in fighting fit and ready to
> >>> go, then they could be the two to beat.
> >>> My only worry would be that the orgainisers drew Nadal/Murray on the
> >>> same side again, so that the semi-final would be the true final.
> >>> With
> >>> both tiring each other out for another easy cakewalk federer final.
> >> Murray I think will definitely be one to beat at the US. Nadal, not so
> >> much - he's pulled out of Davis Cup already, and it's hard to see him
> >> coming back from a knee injury and immediately wiping the floor with
> >> everybody, especially on hard courts at the US Open, where he's never been
> >> past the semis.

> >> wg

> > But if you spin it the other way, and suppose that Nadal has not been
> > playing at full fitness for a long time, then imagine how devestating
> > he could be if he could show up at the U.S Open well rested and 100%
> > injury free after a long break?

> Sure. Nadal will never lose a match again in his career.

> I expect him to deal some serious bagels to Murray the next time they
> play, don't you?

> You have to be fresh and match sharp to win slams. Nadal should be fresh
> as a daisy unless he is overtraining or plays too many events or runs
> too much defending territory too far behind the baseline.

I somehow got the feeling that Nadal needs to play a lot in order to
be in slam winning shape, unlike Federer.
 
 
 

I think either Murray or Nadal will win this US Open.

Post by wen.. » Wed, 08 Jul 2009 00:24:39

In article

Quote:

> But if you spin it the other way, and suppose that Nadal has not
> been
> playing at full fitness for a long time, then imagine how
> devestating
> he could be if he could show up at the U.S Open well rested and 100%
> injury free after a long break?

That's always possible, of course. But hard courts are the most damaging
for him to play on, and suit his game least.

wg