Djoke statement on ankle

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by Court_ » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 06:31:40



Quote:
> 9.4.2013 23:05, Patrick Kehoe kirjoitti:


> >> 9.4.2013 22:16, Patrick Kehoe kirjoitti:


> >>>> 9.4.2013 20:12, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:


> >>>>>> 09. 04. 2013.

> >>>>>> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning

> >>>>>> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.

> >>>>>> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the

> >>>>>> following days.

> >>>>>> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s

> >>>>>> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

> >>>>> Sounds good. I still think he should skip Monte Carlo, and focus on

> >>>>> the more important events.

> >>>> That's what Fed is doing... focusing on Madrid, the most prestigious

> >>>> blue clay tournament of them all.

> >>> Except that Nole and Rafa complained sufficiently last year about that darned blue clay (they couldn't manage to keep their balance on it)

> >> Neither could Fed btw. Also didn't he complain about his back post Madrid...

> >>> Understandable, they were just trying to protect their best interests...

> >> You would be less lyrical about it had Fed sprained his ankle. The way I

> >> see it it was Fed who was protecting ?his own interests - by truly

> >> shamelessly not joining the protest.

> > OOOOOF course that's the way you see it TT... :)))))))))

> > P

> But back to topic... Which one do you think is a better actor, Daniel
> Day Lewis or Novak Djokovic?

No, Djokovic is a bad actor and Day Lewis is a great actor. Djokovic's
acting is more along the lines of a cheesy/bad actor like Keanu
Reeves.
 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by TT » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 07:19:06

10.4.2013 0:03, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:

Quote:

>> 9.4.2013 20:12, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:

>>>> 09. 04. 2013.
>>>> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning
>>>> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.
>>>> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the
>>>> following days.
>>>> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s
>>>> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

>>> Sounds good. I still think he should skip Monte Carlo, and focus on
>>> the more important events.

>> That's what Fed is doing... focusing on Madrid, the most prestigious
>> blue clay tournament of them all.

> I wouldn't recommend focusing on Madrid either.

Of course not, you're just trolling.

--
She swore she'd never succumb to men's desires again. But even a village
spinster's life miles from temptation can't save her from a sister with
no shame whatsoever. Or a heart that longs for more, whatever the cost...

 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by Vlad » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 12:33:07


Quote:
> 9.4.2013 23:05, Patrick Kehoe kirjoitti:


> >> 9.4.2013 22:16, Patrick Kehoe kirjoitti:


> >>>> 9.4.2013 20:12, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:


> >>>>>> 09. 04. 2013.

> >>>>>> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning

> >>>>>> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.

> >>>>>> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the

> >>>>>> following days.

> >>>>>> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s

> >>>>>> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

> >>>>> Sounds good. I still think he should skip Monte Carlo, and focus on

> >>>>> the more important events.

> >>>> That's what Fed is doing... focusing on Madrid, the most prestigious

> >>>> blue clay tournament of them all.

> >>> Except that Nole and Rafa complained sufficiently last year about that darned blue clay (they couldn't manage to keep their balance on it)

> >> Neither could Fed btw. Also didn't he complain about his back post Madrid...

> >>> Understandable, they were just trying to protect their best interests...

> >> You would be less lyrical about it had Fed sprained his ankle. The way I

> >> see it it was Fed who was protecting ?his own interests - by truly

> >> shamelessly not joining the protest.

> > OOOOOF course that's the way you see it TT... :)))))))))

> > P

> But back to topic... Which one do you think is a better actor, Daniel
> Day Lewis or Novak Djokovic?

> --
> She swore she'd never succumb to men's desires again. But even a village
> spinster's life miles from temptation can't save her from a sister with
> no shame whatsoever. Or a heart that longs for more, whatever the cost...

Who the hell is DDL?

 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by Sakari Lun » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 18:47:51

Quote:

>10.4.2013 0:03, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:

>>> 9.4.2013 20:12, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:

>>>>> 09. 04. 2013.
>>>>> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning
>>>>> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.
>>>>> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the
>>>>> following days.
>>>>> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s
>>>>> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

>>>> Sounds good. I still think he should skip Monte Carlo, and focus on
>>>> the more important events.

>>> That's what Fed is doing... focusing on Madrid, the most prestigious
>>> blue clay tournament of them all.

>> I wouldn't recommend focusing on Madrid either.

>Of course not, you're just trolling.

That's a great argument once again.
 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by Patrick Keho » Sun, 14 Apr 2013 00:40:55

Quote:

> 9.4.2013 23:05, Patrick Kehoe kirjoitti:


> >> 9.4.2013 22:16, Patrick Kehoe kirjoitti:


> >>>> 9.4.2013 20:12, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:


> >>>>>> 09. 04. 2013.

> >>>>>> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning

> >>>>>> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.

> >>>>>> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the

> >>>>>> following days.

> >>>>>> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s

> >>>>>> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

> >>>>> Sounds good. I still think he should skip Monte Carlo, and focus on

> >>>>> the more important events.

> >>>> That's what Fed is doing... focusing on Madrid, the most prestigious

> >>>> blue clay tournament of them all.

> >>> Except that Nole and Rafa complained sufficiently last year about that darned blue clay (they couldn't manage to keep their balance on it)

> >> Neither could Fed btw. Also didn't he complain about his back post Madrid...

> >>> Understandable, they were just trying to protect their best interests...

> >> You would be less lyrical about it had Fed sprained his ankle. The way I

> >> see it it was Fed who was protecting  his own interests - by truly

> >> shamelessly not joining the protest.

> > OOOOOF course that's the way you see it TT... :)))))))))

> > P

> But back to topic... Which one do you think is a better actor, Daniel

> Day Lewis or Novak Djokovic?

> --

> She swore she'd never succumb to men's desires again. But even a village

> spinster's life miles from temptation can't save her from a sister with

> no shame whatsoever. Or a heart that longs for more, whatever the cost...

Well, tough to compare a primarily dramatic actor (Lewis) with a comedian (Djokovic)... I supposed in Paris they would say Lewis, Jerry Lewis...

P

 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by Vlad » Wed, 17 Apr 2013 00:33:34


Quote:
> 9.4.2013 20:11, Vlado kirjoitti:


> >> 9.4.2013 15:51, TT kirjoitti:

> >>> 09. 04. 2013.
> >>> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning
> >>> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.
> >>> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the
> >>> following days.
> >>> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s
> >>> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

> >>>http://novakdjokovic.com/en/news/tennis/statement-on-novaks-ankle-inj...

> >>> -
> >>> So no ligaments were injured. Looks like a mild case of Monte Excusitis.

> >>> No way Nole, you can not skip your scheduled beating at MC centre court!

> >> "After seeing the results of all the tests we did, i am really positive
> >> and strong. I'm doing the best i can with my team to recover fast and be
> >> ready for the upcoming tournaments. I am grateful to have so many of you
> >> worrying for me and sending me words of support. Thank you! This is me
> >> on the therapy this morning."

> >>http://www.facebook.com/djokovic.official

> >> -

> >> Who was worrying?

> > You are worrying that he will play healthy and motivated and you know
> > why.

> Another excuse for this year? Last year it was grandfather and weather.

> But I'm sure Nole would beat Rafa at MC if he just was 100%... after all
> he's done it so many times and Rafa is not so tough to beat there at all...

> How many consecutive MC titles for Rafa? 10?

Who cares where it's played?
When everything is equal, Nole can boss him around
like a rag doll and Rafa is just a reactionist hoping for
a reprieve. You might think MC is different but that's
just a fluke and it is  foolhardy to believe in it forever.
 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by Vlad » Wed, 17 Apr 2013 00:39:09


Quote:

> > 9.4.2013 20:12, Sakari Lund kirjoitti:


> > >> 09. 04. 2013.

> > >> "The world s top player has undergone an MRI examination this morning

> > >> which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.

> > >> A joint structures strain requires therapy and strict rest in the

> > >> following days.

> > >> Depending on the recovery, a decision will be made on Nole s

> > >> participation at the upcoming tournament in Monte Carlo."

> > > Sounds good. I still think he should skip Monte Carlo, and focus on

> > > the more important events.

> > That's what Fed is doing... focusing on Madrid, the most prestigious

> > blue clay tournament of them all.

> Except that Nole and Rafa complained sufficiently last year about that darned blue clay (they couldn't manage to keep their balance on it) they changed it back...

> Funny to think back, Murray didn't even bother going, he was so intimidated at the very 'thought' of a different surface treatement...

> I guess Fed has the most adaptive style, best balance among the top guys; he just got on with things instead of threatening to boycott - THAT was a classic, their threats to not come back unless they changed it back to red clay...

> Understandable, they were just trying to protect their best interests...

> P

Fed is a vulture who prospers in the mediocrity and low level
environment.
He has even said, he doesn't care about the audience or conditions or
anything,
just do his thing and win at any cost.There is a reason why blue clay
was shut down quickly.
He has been losing to a single player for 9 years so you can't call
him adaptive
 
 
 

Djoke statement on ankle

Post by felange » Wed, 17 Apr 2013 01:40:20

Quote:
> Fed is a vulture who prospers in the mediocrity and low level environment.

:D