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Old 06-09-2019, 12:13 PM
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Losing that 2nd set just pissed him off.

93-2 all time at the French Open and one of those losses was an injury retire.
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Losing that 2nd set just pissed him off.

93-2 all time at the French Open and one of those losses was an injury retire.
He's not too shabby on other surfaces either. We have certainly lived in a great era of tennis the past decade with 3 of the top players of all time.
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He's not too shabby on other surfaces either. We have certainly lived in a great era of tennis the past decade with 3 of the top players of all time.
Not too mention Serena too. IMO, best womens player of all time.
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Not too mention Serena too. IMO, best womens player of all time.
Hands down.
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Spaniard. Hands down.
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Sure many will vehemently disagree, but the worst thing that has happened to tennis in recent times has been the fact that men's division has been ruled by so few players. Maybe fascinating to avid fans of those guys but not to casual fans, who are dying for underdog stories. Tennis is about as exciting as the Patriots being good is every year is to non Bostonians.
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