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Posted on: April 12, 2011, 07:36 PM
Posted by: spocler
Judy tweeted earlier "Baz Cowan (SkySports) on Djoko "He just plays each point as it comes" ????? Is there any other way tweeps?"
Andy replied with "@judmoo but remember the deeper u try to hit the ball the more chance there is of hitting it long...."
Very Happy
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 04:46 PM
Posted by: Elly
Nope.

Your point is he lost 3 Slam finals.

Which is why I said initially that the results are irrelevent.
I'm not sure how you reach that conclusion, but I'll leave you to your twisted logic.
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 04:21 PM
Posted by: Daisy
He gets injured every year without fail.

DjokoGOAT really needs to take it easy this Clay season, but as he's too obsessed with being #1 he's only going one way.

Lurking ... go play with the big boys on MTF ... Very Happy
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:43 PM
Posted by: Lurking
Totally.  This wasn't what you were saying before.  Of course he has the right to bow out.  But his results are nowhere near that of Djok or Nadal.  That was my point. 

Nope.

Your point is he lost 3 Slam finals.

Which is why I said initially that the results are irrelevent.
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:20 PM
Posted by: Elly
Then Murray's right, he has zilch to gain by playing Tennis right now.


Totally.  This wasn't what you were saying before.  Of course he has the right to bow out.  But his results are nowhere near that of Djok or Nadal.  That was my point. 
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:12 PM
Posted by: Elly
^ You've lost me chuck.  I'll bow out and allow you to argue with yourself.  hug
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:07 PM
Posted by: Lurking
^ In what way?  Are you nuts?

If a result doesn't change your opinion why is it used to back up your opinion?
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:05 PM
Posted by: Elly
^ In what way?  Are you nuts?
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:04 PM
Posted by: Lurking
It's not churlish, Lurking, it's about being realistic when a guy appears 3 times in a slam final and fails to deliver.  I don't like this any better than you, but Djok, Nadal etc. have proven they are up there.  This is a fact, and one you cannot dispute.  

Then Murray's right, he has zilch to gain by playing Tennis right now.

Posted on: April 04, 2011, 03:03 PM
Posted by: Caz
It's not churlish, Lurking, it's about being realistic when a guy appears 3 times in a slam final and fails to deliver.  I don't like this any better than you, but Djok, Nadal etc. have proven they are up there.  This is a fact, and one you cannot dispute. 
I second that.....I do think Fed may be on the slippery slope though!
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 02:54 PM
Posted by: Elly
It's churlish to dismiss these achievements in 6 months time if they fail at the USO, but that's what people will do.
It's not churlish, Lurking, it's about being realistic when a guy appears 3 times in a slam final and fails to deliver.  I don't like this any better than you, but Djok, Nadal etc. have proven they are up there.  This is a fact, and one you cannot dispute. 
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 02:44 PM
Posted by: Lurking
So?  You're point is?  They're both still streets ahead of Andy right now.  This really annoys me.  To try to take away from these players the achievements they have, is both childish and churlish.  We're all Andy fans, and gutted that he doesn't appear to be performing as we'd hope.  However, throwing pelters at those more successful is pretty sad, and makes you come off as being a *****, to be blunt...

It's churlish to dismiss these achievements in 6 months time if they fail at the USO, but that's what people will do.
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 01:52 PM
Posted by: Elly
^ And I apologise, I didn't mean to name call... but get with the programme! 
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 01:38 PM
Posted by: Elly
He gets injured every year without fail.

DjokoGOAT really needs to take it easy this Clay season, but as he's too obsessed with being #1 he's only going one way.
So?  You're point is?  They're both still streets ahead of Andy right now.  This really annoys me.  To try to take away from these players the achievements they have, is both childish and churlish.  We're all Andy fans, and gutted that he doesn't appear to be performing as we'd hope.  However, throwing pelters at those more successful is pretty sad, and makes you come off as being a *****, to be blunt...
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 12:37 PM
Posted by: Lurking
Nonsense! I used to think that about Nadal, however......

He gets injured every year without fail.

DjokoGOAT really needs to take it easy this Clay season, but as he's too obsessed with being #1 he's only going one way.
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 12:24 PM
Posted by: Elly
There on a road to burn out.
Nonsense! I used to think that about Nadal, however......
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 11:46 AM
Posted by: Lurking
Whatever Nadal and Djokovic are on, AM needs some it.  Having watched last night's superb final, those two are currently on a level above the rest.

There on a road to burn out.
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 11:03 AM
Posted by: Caz
Nice one PT! Smile
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 10:53 AM
Posted by: OldScotSupport
Whatever Nadal and Djokovic are on, AM needs some it.  Having watched last night's superb final, those two are currently on a level above the rest.

Also having watched the full match all I can say is that I am grateful that Andy was not in the final against either of them. He would have been lacerated
Posted on: April 04, 2011, 10:23 AM
Posted by: psychological tennis
Whatever Nadal and Djokovic are on, AM needs some it.  Having watched last night's superb final, those two are currently on a level above the rest.

Its a bottled potion called C&S (confidence and self belief) can be picked up from established coaches world wide hug