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We Are Tennis 19h
Toni : "Rafael has been living with pain and painkillers since 2005. For this reason, he's considered his well-being above wins and many times he's told me that he would have liked to win less in exchange for having less pain. "
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Andrew Prochnow Sep 11
5/Some - Unless something surprising occurs, I’ll likely hold and as my choices for best players ever. They simply have played through a tougher era, and arguably achieved more than Maestro (even w/o Slam record). Maestro had so many cakewalks-can’t be ignored.
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Roger Laver Sep 16
Nadal makes it 700 weeks in Top 10 (4th player to do so) Federer: 830 Connors: 817 Agassi: 747 Nadal: 700 Consecutive weeks in Top 10: Connors: 788 Federer: 734 Nadal: 700 Lendl: 612
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Ankit Batra Sep 17
Haven’t shared this before, but this is how my personal name card looks: Name on the front. You’ll Never Walk Alone inside low. And the Rafa Bull logo rear bottom!
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Andrew Prochnow Sep 9
That’s it for the 2018 Slam season. take all 4, with finding old form in second half. The big questions now relate to ’s recovery timeline and Year-End #1. Congrats to 2/3 major winners, they were deserved! 💪🎉 and 2 will not be forgotten tho.
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Andrew Prochnow Sep 9
The 3 set points that failed to convert during 3rd set in semifinals loom very large now. The fact that the match was so tight, also speaks to the magnitude of the decision to close the roof - favoring one player vs. the other. Unfortunate. 😞
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☭ November Spawned a Monster ☭ 7h
. Thus play. Omg. Rafa is trying to poach so badly. He finally gets his wish. This is OLD (and tiny) Indian Wells Court 2
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tennis news chan 1 40m
So many amazing memories between the two 😍😍😍 👉The two men have met 38 times during their incredible careers with Rafa leading the current H2h by 23-15 👀 However Federer has won the last 5 matches between the pair 🔥
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Janko Tipsarevic Sep 16
Wanna hear your opinion on how hard of an impact for tennis will it be once and retire in the next 3-5-7 years
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John Kramer T Sep 11
Will or ever be able to win all Masters in their life time, like ?
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harish 2h
2018 Best Performers by surface: Hard Courts: 1) (32-7) 2) (24-4) 3) (24-4) Clay Courts: 1) (30-8) 2) (28-1) 3) (22-5) Grass: 1) (12-2) 2) (11-1) 3) (9-2)
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Yara Sep 17
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Cornish Bird Sep 17
Dear Honourable Tennis Twitter community; PLEASE REPORT THIS TWEET FOR SLANDEROUS CONTENT. The more people who report it the better. Thanks 🙏
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Andrew Prochnow Sep 11
4/Some - To me, the health of the over the next 2 years will dictate who gets the most total Slams. has the knees, Djoker the elbow, and Maestro is aging. Given that factor is so critical, it’s very hard to say who will ultimately get the most majors.🤷‍♂️
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Samuel Begg - Tennis Sep 17
You can’t get much closer to practicing than this 🎾⚡️ (🎥:@christian_faessler)
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Tennis-Addict UK 13m
and Rafael failure explained by Mats Wilander | Express
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aRNi Sep 13
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John Kramer T Sep 9
With Djokovic winning US Open must win Shanghai and Paris to have any hopes for . Hope wins his long awaited WTF this year.
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John Kramer T Sep 11
Replying to @JonKramerT
wow 80% No....I guess has a slight chance
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CJ Sep 8
I have watched so many tennis match where uncle Tony was literally coaching . Guess who was in the chair?
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