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This poll is people's wishful thinking and nothing else. Come on you guys - Roger Federer having more chances of winning than Novak Djokovic?????? Let's be realistic for a minute - the results of this poll should read: Djokovic 50%, Nadal 30%, and the other 19% should be equally divided among Murray, Delpo, and Federer. And the remaining 1% (and even less than that) should be given to a potential surprise winner.
8 months, 3 weeks ago on Live Tennis Scores & Latest Tennis Results
@BunnyFooFoo @sahglie Oh, you are such a joker!!! Incredibly and unbelievably funny that is! You obviously don't know anything about nutrition or the power of mind for that matter. Have you ever heard of what some yogins can do - lower and raise their blood pressure or their heart beat, feel no pain and stuff etc. Obviously not - you just believe in what you can see - right? (Except God maybe?) So, you think that no matter what you eat, what kind of food, you will just feel the same, and that your level of energy will stay the same? Have you ever tried to alter/make the changes in you diet? You are what you eat - and it makes a hell of a difference how you feel, think and the level of energy you will possess. I speak from experience. I am in martial arts and it makes a world of difference what you eat that you wouldn't believe it. Oh, I know - you don't! And it's only because you probably never tried to change anything in your life!
10 months, 1 week ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/11/federer-im-just-rattled-times/49708/
@TMF_GOAT @amurti @indianstillrogerfan Well, considering those players that you mention: 1. Hewitt - a great player but still not a match to these top guys of today, 2. Safin - extremely talented player, but very inconsistent, and unpredictable, and unstable 3. Roddick - great server, but otherwise the least intelligent player who have ever played the game of tennis. So, the final point is - they cannot compare to Novak, Nadal and Murray for example.
@decor66 @Genetica97 @x tina xIt just shows how the world is unfair, and that it's not the same what country you come from. It certainly doesn't make any sense, but if you come from not so popular Serbia, you can get banned for life for no reason at all! While Croatia is in the EU, Serbia isn't and that's the reason enough to be completely unfair and totally cruel and merciless towards Troicki. I guess politics is everywhere, and that's the only explanation for such nonsensical decisions by the doping control people (ITF).
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/10/cilic-cleared-play-again-after-suspension-reduced/49565/
@El DMoney Still, any physical contact is forbidden, and Roddick should have got his ass kicked for what he attempted. Although I think that he's just all talk and nothing else. He is just another moron who can't deal with problems any other way.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/10/roddick-once-pushed-djokovic-against-locker/49352/
@LouisAyala I am Nole's fan, and I agree with you all the way. I think all the best about Rafa, and even wrote to him, wishing him luck and fast recovery when he was not playing for 7 months. I told him that he is definitely one of the best players in the history of tennis, and that the game is not the same without him. However, I now think that his playing is a little too good for us - Nole's fans and we can't wait for Novak to find the antidote for Nadal's play soon.
@LouisAyala and he could have, too. Roddick is just a big mouth and nothing else.
@tootsie @firefly97 Novak obviously didn't use much tact, and he could have know better than to say anything unfavorable about the home player, but to call him dumb doesn't say anything favorable of you too!
@swissoldman Yeah, right - no one - like you and this one more person who liked your post. You are obviously a smart and tolerant person. with very wide views and broad knowledge on any and every matter.
@x tina x Well, Novak definitely tries to stay fresh when he gives interviews, but what can he do when he gets the same questions all the time? And he really tries not to repeat himself too much and too often. He really does! He tries to be open as much as he can all the time. And so does Federer lately, at least. But Novak is still friendliest of them all.
12 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/09/gulbis-doesnt-how-djokovic-has-changed/49191/
Well, first of all, it's quite normal to change when you grow up. Who of all of us stayed the same as when we were little kids. That would be infantile, wouldn't it!.
Secondly, success changes people, and usually a lot! Look at all the rock stars, politicians, business tycoons etc. Success changed them enormously. Are they still unsure-of-themselves kids like most of them used to be when they were kids? Of course not! On the contrary!
And Nole is one of those who definitely stayed pretty normal, don't you think? Of course he has to be aware of the public image he makes, if not only for the sake of his career and his whole team and family , then for all those kids who look up to him as a role model. And he has to act as a responsible man and the world's No 1 player that he has become, and a 'normal person', friend, loving son, boyfriend.... I think he is doing a GREAT JOB finding a happy medium!
As some people said here, Gulbis hadn't been No 1, and don't have a clue, what it takes to be responsible for lots of people (not only himself) and 'stay normal' at the same time.