Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Ocea » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 00:18:45


Right now Nadal is where Borg was in March 1981. He had won 10  slams
for 7 years in a row(1974-1980) just like Nadal has won 10 slams for 7
years in a row(2005-2011),  Borg went on to win a slam in 1981 which
would be his last slam and completing a cycle of 8 years in a row
winning slams. Borg took a sabbatical from tennis in 1981, shortly
after losing the U.S. Open. Borg was 26 when he retired in 1982. He
had been playing tennis since he was 15, and so had played 10 years or
more. If Nadal wins the FO this year which could very likely be his
last slam he would be completing a cycle of 8 years in a row winning
slams(like Sampras and Federer as well). If Nadal retires at the end
of 2012 or early 2013 he will be 26 years old or so . He would have
been playing tennis since he was 15, and would have played 10 years or
more.
 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Ulysse » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 00:29:09

Chances are below zero. Even if he wins no titles this year at all,
he's not walking at the end of this year. Come on...

 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Ocea » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 00:47:27


Quote:
> Chances are below zero. Even if he wins no titles this year at all,
> he's not walking at the end of this year. Come on...

Nadal has played 677 matches while Borg played 735 matches.  The clock
is ticking.  Around 58 more matches or so.  I already can see Nadal
withdrawing from a slam this year. He did it in 2006 AO and 2009
Wimbledon. Also in 2003 FO as well as 2004 FO and Wimbledon. Three
years later and I expect another slam withdrawal. Probably the USO so
he completes the Withdrawal Slam. I saw the Nadal-Stepanek match and
Nadal looks really fed up and dispirited out there.

 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by TT » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 00:44:40


Quote:
> Chances are below zero. Even if he wins no titles this year at all,
> he's not walking at the end of this year. Come on...

Why wouldn't he be walking???

...After all you claim he is not injured at all. Are we to draw
conclusion that you're just trolling and actually do believe he's
injured?

 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Ulysse » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 01:12:58

I hope for your sake he doesn't walk, TT. Your life will end when
Nadal retires. RIP...

And I don't "claim" he's not injured at all, he's not injured, period.
You're the gullible nut who posted he has "serious tendonitis and is
grimacing in pain..." Yeah, right. And he continues to bash about for
3 hours to a clown like Tsonga and will beat Muzzette like a drum.
You're the one who believes he's injured, thus with your errant logic,
you predict he retires in December, 2012. Thanks for the info! More
slams for elderly Fed. Huzzah!

No one ever talks about dear Muzza's REAL knee injury:

Per Wikipedia:

"Murray was born with a bipartite patella, where the kneecap remains
as two separate bones instead of fusing together in early childhood.
[19] He was diagnosed at the age of 16 and had to stop playing tennis
for six months. Murray is seen frequently to hold his knee due to the
pain caused by the condition and has pulled out of events because of
it,[20] but manages it through a number of different approaches."

Go, Muzz!

 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by TT » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 01:28:24


Quote:
> And I don't "claim" he's not injured at all, he's not injured, period.

Hard to believe you cause you just said Nadal is not walking end of
the year...

Why do all fedfans have to be so dishonest. Really takes ground off
from debate...

Quote:
> grimacing in pain..." Yeah, right. And he continues to bash about for
> 3 hours to a clown like Tsonga

Ever heard of anti-inflammatories? Cortisone? Didn't notice treatment
for the knee in 3rd set?
 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Javier Gonzále » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 01:36:15


Quote:

> > And I don't "claim" he's not injured at all, he's not injured, period.

> Hard to believe you cause you just said Nadal is not walking end of
> the year...

> Why do all fedfans have to be so dishonest. Really takes ground off
> from debate...

> > grimacing in pain..." Yeah, right. And he continues to bash about for
> > 3 hours to a clown like Tsonga

> Ever heard of anti-inflammatories? Cortisone? Didn't notice treatment
> for the knee in 3rd set?

It is blatantly obvious from the context (hint: look at the thread
title) that Ulysses is using "not walking at the end of the year" as
"Nadal won't retire from tennis at the end of the year", not "Nadal
will be in a wheelchair at the end of the year".

Is this some kind of "English is my second language" misunderstanding?
Or are you just being willfully dense?

 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by ca1hou » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 02:08:33


Quote:

> > Chances are below zero. Even if he wins no titles this year at all,
> > he's not walking at the end of this year. Come on...

> Nadal has played 677 matches while Borg played 735 matches. ?The clock
> is ticking. ?Around 58 more matches or so. ?I already can see Nadal
> withdrawing from a slam this year. He did it in 2006 AO and 2009
> Wimbledon. Also in 2003 FO as well as 2004 FO and Wimbledon. Three
> years later and I expect another slam withdrawal. Probably the USO so
> he completes the Withdrawal Slam. I saw the Nadal-Stepanek match and
> Nadal looks really fed up and dispirited out there.

Withdrawal Slam lol i would have die laughing if i wrote this to funny.
 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by ca1hou » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 02:07:49


Quote:

> > Chances are below zero. Even if he wins no titles this year at all,
> > he's not walking at the end of this year. Come on...

> Why wouldn't he be walking???

> ...After all you claim he is not injured at all. Are we to draw
> conclusion that you're just trolling and actually do believe he's
> injured?

I think the bull is a fit as an Ox
 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by TT » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 02:13:00


Quote:


> > > And I don't "claim" he's not injured at all, he's not injured, period.

> > Hard to believe you cause you just said Nadal is not walking end of
> > the year...

> > Why do all fedfans have to be so dishonest. Really takes ground off
> > from debate...

> > > grimacing in pain..." Yeah, right. And he continues to bash about for
> > > 3 hours to a clown like Tsonga

> > Ever heard of anti-inflammatories? Cortisone? Didn't notice treatment
> > for the knee in 3rd set?

> It is blatantly obvious from the context (hint: look at the thread
> title) that Ulysses is using "not walking at the end of the year" as
> "Nadal won't retire from tennis at the end of the year", not "Nadal
> will be in a wheelchair at the end of the year".

> Is this some kind of "English is my second language" misunderstanding?
> Or are you just being willfully dense?

I started reading from 2nd post onwards... didn't pay attention to
Ocean at all...

And probably was expecting same shit as from felangey, who actually
did make that contradiction in separate posts.

Does this answer you question?

 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Ocea » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 02:49:20


Quote:



> > > > And I don't "claim" he's not injured at all, he's not injured, period.

> > > Hard to believe you cause you just said Nadal is not walking end of
> > > the year...

> > > Why do all fedfans have to be so dishonest. Really takes ground off
> > > from debate...

> > > > grimacing in pain..." Yeah, right. And he continues to bash about for
> > > > 3 hours to a clown like Tsonga

> > > Ever heard of anti-inflammatories? Cortisone? Didn't notice treatment
> > > for the knee in 3rd set?

> > It is blatantly obvious from the context (hint: look at the thread
> > title) that Ulysses is using "not walking at the end of the year" as
> > "Nadal won't retire from tennis at the end of the year", not "Nadal
> > will be in a wheelchair at the end of the year".

> > Is this some kind of "English is my second language" misunderstanding?
> > Or are you just being willfully dense?

> I started reading from 2nd post onwards... didn't pay attention to
> Ocean at all...

> And probably was expecting same shit as from felangey, who actually
> did make that contradiction in separate posts.

> Does this answer you question?

Enjoy your Rafito this year because he won't be around for much longer
for you to jackoff to, Finnish Fangirl.
 
 
 

Will Nadal retire at the end of 2012/early 2013?

Post by Javier Gonzále » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 03:22:15


Quote:



> > > > And I don't "claim" he's not injured at all, he's not injured, period.

> > > Hard to believe you cause you just said Nadal is not walking end of
> > > the year...

> > > Why do all fedfans have to be so dishonest. Really takes ground off
> > > from debate...

> > > > grimacing in pain..." Yeah, right. And he continues to bash about for
> > > > 3 hours to a clown like Tsonga

> > > Ever heard of anti-inflammatories? Cortisone? Didn't notice treatment
> > > for the knee in 3rd set?

> > It is blatantly obvious from the context (hint: look at the thread
> > title) that Ulysses is using "not walking at the end of the year" as
> > "Nadal won't retire from tennis at the end of the year", not "Nadal
> > will be in a wheelchair at the end of the year".

> > Is this some kind of "English is my second language" misunderstanding?
> > Or are you just being willfully dense?

> I started reading from 2nd post onwards... didn't pay attention to
> Ocean at all...

> And probably was expecting same shit as from felangey, who actually
> did make that contradiction in separate posts.

> Does this answer you question?

Yes, thank you. I was reading the thread and going "wtf am I
reading?". For all your ridiculous levels of Nadal fanboyism, you're a
smart guy with a good grasp of the English language, so it was out of
character.