Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by TT » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 07:46:42


I think he is.

Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't
declined a bit.

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by Joe Ramire » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 07:50:08


Quote:
> I think he is.

He's certainly the best hard courter since 2011.

Quote:

> Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't
> declined a bit.

Troll for the road? Prof. X beat you to this topic.

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by Ulysse » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 07:55:35


Quote:

> > I think he is.

> He's certainly the best hard courter since 2011.

> > Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't
> > declined a bit.

> Troll for the road? Prof. X beat you to this topic.

With Nadal doing nothing but pasting photos of himself on Facebook,
there's nothing for the Nadaltards to do. Oh wait... they can count
down to Monte Carlo!! Let's see, that's now 4 months away.

As for Fed's movement, P-Mac, Brad Gilbert and Cliff Drysdale
mentioned repeatedly throughout today's match that his movement to his
FH has declined "significantly." Let's insert a collective "Duh."

When discussing Federer's movement, it's obviously prudent to listen
to people who have actually followed his career and are familiar with
peak Fed's game. Why others even weigh in is indeed a mystery.

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by Court_ » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:04:11


Quote:


> > > I think he is.

> > He's certainly the best hard courter since 2011.

> > > Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't
> > > declined a bit.

> > Troll for the road? Prof. X beat you to this topic.

> With Nadal doing nothing but pasting photos of himself on Facebook,
> there's nothing for the Nadaltards to do. Oh wait... they can count
> down to Monte Carlo!! Let's see, that's now 4 months away.

> As for Fed's movement, P-Mac, Brad Gilbert and Cliff Drysdale
> mentioned repeatedly throughout today's match that his movement to his
> FH has declined "significantly." Let's insert a collective "Duh."

> When discussing Federer's movement, it's obviously prudent to listen
> to people who have actually followed his career and are familiar with
> peak Fed's game. Why others even weigh in is indeed a mystery.

Yes, Federer has declined the most moving to his forehand side when a
shot is deep in the corner. Remember how explosive he used to be
running to his forehand side? *cries*

Nadal is still not on court practising. He is posting to his FB that
he is getting ready for his comeback and still going to the gym.
(yawn) Something is so fishy there it is not even funny.

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by Scot » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:08:37


Quote:
> I think he is.

> Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't
> declined a bit.

Courter:
One who courts; one who plays the lover, or who solicits in marriage;
one who flatters and cajoles.
http://www.answers.com/topic/courter

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard STUD ever?

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by kaennorsin » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:10:39

Op maandag 12 november 2012 23:46:43 UTC+1 schreef TT het volgende:

Quote:
> I think he is.

> Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't

> declined a bit.

No, if he was the best hard courter ever he would have won the USO this year. He'd also have won more easily today against a tired old Fed and he would certainly not have lost the Cincy final - let alone eaten a bagel from the old man.
 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by TT » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:12:45

13.11.2012 1:04, Court_1 kirjoitti:

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> Yes, Federer has declined the most moving to his forehand side when a
> shot is deep in the corner.

You need a pair of new goggles. Fed's movement hasn't declined an inch!

If he has trouble getting to forehand corner that's because he's camping
in his backhand corner and his opponents know it.

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by Professor » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:13:16

Quote:

> I think he is.

> Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't

> declined a bit.

Lol can you imagine if say Heman were around now. A peak Henman these days wouldn't make top20

Imagine peak henman v peak Nole on a hard court

6-0 6-0 6-0?

 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by TT » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:13:32

13.11.2012 1:08, Scott kirjoitti:

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> Since 2011, Djokovic best hard STUD ever?

HELL YEAH!
 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by TT » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:14:45

13.11.2012 1:13, Professor X kirjoitti:

Quote:
> Lol can you imagine if say Heman were around now

He is. DJOKER IS LIKE HE-MAN! :)
 
 
 

Since 2011, Djokovic best hard courter ever?

Post by Professor » Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:15:43

Quote:

> Op maandag 12 november 2012 23:46:43 UTC+1 schreef TT het volgende:

> > I think he is.

> > Also, Federer is just as good now as he ever was. His movement hasn't

> > declined a bit.

> No, if he was the best hard courter ever he would have won the USO this year. He'd also have won more easily today against a tired old Fed and he would certainly not have lost the Cincy final - let alone eaten a bagel from the old man.

I certainly think Nole at peak level is the best hard-court player ever. I certainly think he has surpassed all others in this regard.

It's not an unreasonable view.