Nole skipping the Nole Open....

Nole skipping the Nole Open....

Post by felange » Thu, 26 Apr 2012 23:44:03


....to have been expected. I reckon he would have given it a swerve
regardless of Gramps demise.
 
 
 

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Post by TT » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 00:03:38

25.4.2012 17:44, felangey kirjoitti:

Quote:
> ....to have been expected. I reckon he would have given it a swerve
> regardless of Gramps demise.

***tournament.

Now MC he would play even if both his parents died, if he thought he'd
have a chance for the title.

 
 
 

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Post by RaspingDriv » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 00:18:13


Quote:
> ....to have been expected. I reckon he would have given it a swerve
> regardless of Gramps demise.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5g5ZbqflPlwpNIGi9jU...

"Djokovic recently said his main focus this year would be on the
Olympic Games and the French Open, a Grand Slam win that would see him
hold all four major titles at once."

What happened to Wimbledon? 7-5-4-3 is BS as it should be?

 
 
 

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Post by Court_ » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 00:49:38


Quote:
> 25.4.2012 17:44, felangey kirjoitti:

> > ....to have been expected. I reckon he would have given it a swerve
> > regardless of Gramps demise.

> ***tournament.

> Now MC he would play even if both his parents died, if he thought he'd
> have a chance for the title.

Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
let Nadal win that title and you  know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.
 
 
 

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Post by TT » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 03:48:53

25.4.2012 18:49, Court_1 kirjoitti:

Quote:

>> 25.4.2012 17:44, felangey kirjoitti:

>>> ....to have been expected. I reckon he would have given it a swerve
>>> regardless of Gramps demise.

>> ***tournament.

>> Now MC he would play even if both his parents died, if he thought he'd
>> have a chance for the title.

> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> let Nadal win that title and you  know it.

Please. Welcome back, dingbat 1.

Quote:
> Nadal himself said, "thank
> you for giving me this one."

The joke apparently went over your head. A hint:
https://yfrog.com/Himg876/scaled.php?tn=0&server=876&filename=wf3r.pn...
 
 
 

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Post by Gracchu » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 17:33:20


Quote:
> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> let Nadal win that title and you ?know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
> you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
> Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
> prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
MC was meaningless.
 
 
 

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Post by Iceber » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 18:40:44


Quote:

> > Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> > let Nadal win that title and you ?know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
> > you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
> > Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
> > prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

> If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
> MC was meaningless.

how was it meaningless when it's gone down in history as the GREATEST
TOURNAMENT WIN STREAK, EVER IN HISTORY? also Djokovic skipped his own
grandfather's funeral to play, if it had been his parents' funeral,
would that be good enough for you for it to have meaning?
 
 
 

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Post by Whispe » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 19:02:01


Quote:

>> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
>> let Nadal win that title and you  know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
>> you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
>> Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
>> prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

> If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
> MC was meaningless.

Doesn't say much for Fed?

If we accept Djoker is just that good, then it makes Fed look even
weaker, as Rafa was always far better than him.

Looks like Fed isn't even top 2 in his own era let alone all time.

 
 
 

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Post by Care » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 19:20:45


Quote:


> >> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> >> let Nadal win that title and you ?know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
> >> you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
> >> Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
> >> prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

> > If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
> > MC was meaningless.

> Doesn't say much for Fed?

> If we accept Djoker is just that good, then it makes Fed look even
> weaker, as Rafa was always far better than him.

> Looks like Fed isn't even top 2 in his own era let alone all time.

Poor Lisper- Federer_owns_him.  :)
 
 
 

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Post by Superdav » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 19:32:02

Quote:


>> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
>> let Nadal win that title and you ?know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
>> you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
>> Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
>> prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

>If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
>MC was meaningless.

Exactly ! Rafa is playing right into Nole hands.
 
 
 

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Post by Court_ » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:41:45


Quote:

> > Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> > let Nadal win that title and you ?know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
> > you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
> > Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
> > prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

> If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
> MC was meaningless.

I don't necessarily think that at all. Right now I would go with Nadal
to win the FO but let's see what plays out at Madrid and Rome.
 
 
 

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Post by Court_ » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:45:18


Quote:
> 25.4.2012 18:49, Court_1 kirjoitti:


> >> 25.4.2012 17:44, felangey kirjoitti:

> >>> ....to have been expected. I reckon he would have given it a swerve
> >>> regardless of Gramps demise.

> >> ***tournament.

> >> Now MC he would play even if both his parents died, if he thought he'd
> >> have a chance for the title.

> > Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> > let Nadal win that title and you ?know it.

> Please. Welcome back, dingbat 1.

> > Nadal himself said, "thank
> > you for giving me this one."

> The joke apparently went over your head. A hint:https://yfrog.com/Himg876/scaled.php?tn=0&server=876&filename=wf3r.pn...

You need to learn to see what really goes on and not have such a Nadal
crazed brain. Djokovic gifted that match to Nadal. Now it may be that
even if Djokovic tried his best Nadal would have still won, but we
don't know that for sure. The thing is, however that match was won,
the end result is that it has given Nadal further confidence and that
may be all he needs to do damage on clay this season.
 
 
 

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Post by Court_ » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:49:12


Quote:


> >> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
> >> let Nadal win that title and you ?know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
> >> you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
> >> Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
> >> prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

> > If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
> > MC was meaningless.

> Doesn't say much for Fed?

> If we accept Djoker is just that good, then it makes Fed look even
> weaker, as Rafa was always far better than him.

> Looks like Fed isn't even top 2 in his own era let alone all time.

I think Federer may defeat Djokovic on clay if they meet in Madrid,
Rome and the FO. We will have to see. Federer is not out of this whole
thing at all. The issue for Federer will be whether he has to meet
Nadal to win a clay title and if that is the case, that is a whole
different story for him. Djokovic is not as big of a threat to Federer
as Nadal is on clay IMO.
 
 
 

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Post by Gracchu » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:56:26


Quote:
> how was it meaningless when it's gone down in history as the GREATEST
> TOURNAMENT WIN STREAK, EVER IN HISTORY? also Djokovic skipped his own
> grandfather's funeral to play, if it had been his parents' funeral,
> would that be good enough for you for it to have meaning?

Djoke was going through the motions by being there, just fulfilling a
commitment. Personally I think he shouldn't have even played if in no
shape to do it, but he decided to show up in zombie form. His choice.
 
 
 

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Post by Whispe » Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:58:44


Quote:



>>>> Yeah, I am sure he really cares about MC after he has won 5 slams! He
>>>> let Nadal win that title and you  know it. Nadal himself said, "thank
>>>> you for giving me this one." I could have gone out there and played
>>>> Nadal and given it more effort than Djokovic did. He obviously is
>>>> prepping himself to peak at slams. May backfire on him, we will see.

>>> If they meet at the French, Djoke will crush Rafa like a potato bug.
>>> MC was meaningless.

>> Doesn't say much for Fed?

>> If we accept Djoker is just that good, then it makes Fed look even
>> weaker, as Rafa was always far better than him.

>> Looks like Fed isn't even top 2 in his own era let alone all time.

> I think Federer may defeat Djokovic on clay if they meet in Madrid,
> Rome and the FO. We will have to see. Federer is not out of this whole
> thing at all. The issue for Federer will be whether he has to meet
> Nadal to win a clay title and if that is the case, that is a whole
> different story for him. Djokovic is not as big of a threat to Federer
> as Nadal is on clay IMO.

Looks that way, so I'd like to see them play to see how it pans out.