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how is it so?

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as the great JSM would say

that the  GAOAT aka TSNB  has less ATP masters titles than Nadal AND djokovic even after FIVE more years on tour

FIVE more years.....

and as we know even when he has dandruff, grade two toe nail issues or PMT he NEVER retires....

how is it he has never won the same title ELEVEN times , after all even when he has dandruff, grade two toe nail issues or PMT he NEVER retires...

and hes been on tour FIVE more years 

how is it he has never won the golden slam french, wimbledon, australian , US ,  AND olympic SINGLES GOLD....

even as we know  he NEVER retires even when he has dandruff, grade two toe nail issues or PMT ??

and hes been on tour FIVE more years....

how is it so ?

how is it TSNB aka GAOAT has four more slams than his closest opponent, the WORLD NUMBER ONE !!!

i KNOW ;)

Roddick, Hewitt, Gonzalez, Cilic, etc know too.

 

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Remind me again who is the current World Number 1.

and don't forget:

Federer and Nadal have been playing each other since 2004, and their rivalry is a significant part of both men's careers. They held the top two rankings on the ATP Tour from July 2005 until 14 August 2009, when Nadal fell to No. 3 (Andy Murray became the new No. 2), and again since 11 September 2017. They are the only pair of men to have ever finished four consecutive calendar years at the top. Nadal ascended to No. 2 in July 2005 and held this spot for a record 160 consecutive weeks before surpassing Federer in August 2008.

They have played 38 times, and Nadal leads their head-to-head series 23–15 overall and 9–3 in Grand Slam tournaments. Nadal has a winning record on clay (13–2) and outdoor hard courts (8–6) while Federer leads the indoor hard courts by 5–1 and grass by 2–1.

As tournament seedings are based on rankings, 24 of their matches have been in tournament finals, including an all-time record nine Grand Slam tournament finals. From 2006 to 2008, they played in every French Open and Wimbledon final, and also met in the title match of the 2009 Australian Open, the 2011 French Open and the 2017 Australian Open. Nadal won six of the nine, losing the first two Wimbledon finals. Four of these matches were five-set matches (2007 and 2008 Wimbledon, 2009 and 2017 Australian Open), and the 2008 Wimbledon final has been lauded as the greatest match ever by many long-time tennis analysts. Nadal is the only player who has competed and won against Federer in the final of a Grand Slam on all three surfaces (grass, hard, and clay).

 

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Noooooooooooooo:angry:

NO NO NO !!!

dont argue facts with the Pollyannas, please steady.....

its not fair, TSNB has a Torn hangnail and can’t get to Roland Garros and his cow Betsy needs attention before SW19.

besides clay court tennis isn’t tennis, it’s raquetball, pétanque, marbles, squash it’s not tennis.....

and nadal was just lucky when he won Wimbledon, us open Australian and Olympic gold.

And besides that ,  he has olive skin, mumbles, picks his underpants and grunts............

VAMOS :P

 

 

 

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On ‎04‎/‎24‎/‎2018 at 0:40 PM, pogo(aus) said:

Noooooooooooooo:angry:

NO NO NO !!!

dont argue facts with the Pollyannas, please steady.....

its not fair, TSNB has a Torn hangnail and can’t get to Roland Garros and his cow Betsy needs attention before SW19.

besides clay court tennis isn’t tennis, it’s raquetball, pétanque, marbles, squash it’s not tennis.....

and nadal was just lucky when he won Wimbledon, us open Australian and Olympic gold.

And besides that ,  he has olive skin, mumbles, picks his underpants and grunts............

VAMOS :P

 

 

 

 

Opening Day of Roland Garros:

 Nadal: Is there any reason to look any further than Rafael Nadal… The world number one and top seed has won this tournament a record 10 times, but it is the numbers beneath that which make him the ‘King of Clay’. His record at Roland Garros reads 79-2 with Robin Soderling (2009) and Novak Djokovic (2015) the only men to beat him here. He has a 235-21 record in sets contested and has claimed the title on three occasions without dropping a single set – including last year. It will take something special to beat him.

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2 hours ago, zelda kratchanova 2 said:

Roger frederer will beat him off just wait steady eddy , it will be beautifull to watch, n0?

any Idoit knows a loopy top spin forehand causes no trouble to a GOAT :D

roger Roland Garros French open champion 2018 , n0?

n0!!

 

Nadal begins the defence of his French Open title on Sunday in a first round match against Alexandr Dolgopolov.

He is the heavy favourite to lift an 11th Roland Garros title with Federer once again opting to skip the clay-court season.

The Swiss Nancy boy is sulking at home. Perhaps he should take pottery lessons to improve his clay game. n0!  :D

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Roger:wub:must have a problem n0?

he never gets injuried he never pulls out never ever, he must have a serous issue, such as poogoo sayed, ingrown toes nail that cannot walk , bad dnandruff:blink: or a sore wrist injury, because a GOAT can beat off a looping top spin four hand as easy as saying 

Cooooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

just wait for next years french Roger :wub:

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Roger Federer won't go for a 21st Grand Slam title at the French Open, with the 36-year-old Swiss great saying on Saturday he'll skip the clay-court season.

Federer confirmed the plan after falling 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7/4) to Australian qualifier Thanasi Kokkinakis in the second round of the Miami Masters.

"I decided not to play the clay season," said Federer, who won his 20th Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open in January, but will lose the world number one ranking to Rafael Nadal after his shock defeat.

It's the second straight year that Federer will forego a clay-court campaign.

 

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On ‎05‎/‎27‎/‎2018 at 6:36 PM, zelda kratchanova 2 said:

Roger frederer will beat him off just wait steady eddy , it will be beautifull to watch, n0?

any Idoit knows a loopy top spin forehand causes no trouble to a GOAT :D

roger Roland Garros French open champion 2018 , n0?

Trust you are enjoying the French Open Zelda. The final tomorrow morning. :)

Still haven't spotted the Swiss Nancy Boy anywhere. 

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There’s a YouTube around showing TSNB running onto the court at Rome Masters this year steady google it....that’s as I close as he got on clay, looping forehand or no looping forehand.

no ticker.....

ive been soaking up the sun  :wub: waiting for tonite, hopefully the Spanish superman can make it 11 or is that 17 ?

whatever it is he won’t be dodging anyone !!!

 

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