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Re: Djokovic - remaining career

Post by Daniel on Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:25 pm

gallery play wrote:
Daniel wrote:As has been repeated numerous times, he would have to completely rip up the book on age v decline at sport and the men's Open Era.  It's nearly impossible he reaches 17 and has been from the start. Some lemons - even on this forum - thought Djokovic was gonna win 4 slams this year and sure of 3. Next season is likely to be 2, 1, or even 0.

Well, that one wasn't too far off..

The future is all set isn't it?, your life must be boring Winking

Not at all.  There's enough variation elsewhere to make life interesting - but not on this subject - where it is more or less a fact that Djok has no chance of reaching 17.

But I will grant you that it's indeed worrying I am agreeing with Tenez.  Angry


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Post by AceofDeath on Mon Sep 12, 2016 2:02 pm

Nishikori saved tennis, Stan saved 17.

Very satisfying if you like attacking tennis Love Blush

I still think Novak will take WTF/AO so long as he doesn't face an inspired Stan. Definitely looking forward to see how Pouille and Thiem get on next year. Also Nadal going 2.5+ years without a slam is sweet karma Big Grin


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