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dickie davies

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There is also the unfortunate truth for Djokovic, that he arrived on the scene a little late. By the time he became a beast, everyone was either team Nadal or team Federer, naturally a third player coming in and beating these guys with the biggest fan bases becomes the bad guy.
So Federer is the tennis equivalent of Liverpool
Nadal the tennis equivalent of united
And Djokovic is City
 

Xhavenjoe

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So Federer is the tennis equivalent of Liverpool
Nadal the tennis equivalent of united
And Djokovic is City
If he goes on to win the French, he will be the first person in the open era to have won all the grand slam tournaments twice.
That would be some achievement seeing as only 4 players have ever won all 4 tournaments.
When you consider the greats like McEnroe, Lendl, Borg, Sampras Connors etc.all failed to win one of the grand slam events.
 

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