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Re: Aus Open Day 9:

Post by DEC1M7 on Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:25 pm

Tenez wrote:You guys are shameless! I knew Decima had no face ..but you BB siding with him on this is weird to say the least!
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So far it's 1-0 to me.
Put away your faulty scoreboard.

You said that Nadal would be right to think that Schwartzman, a player who is 5'7, ranked outside the top 25, and has never been to a slam semi; is a bigger threat than a powerful big serving former US Open Champion Cilic.

I'm sorry, I'll try and be as polite as possible, but I genuinely think you don't have much of a clue about tennis. Even Andrew Castle would probably understand enough technically about tennis to see that someone with Cilic's game is much more dangerous to Rafa than the diminutive Argentinian.
You once randomly stopped mid-debate and declared yourself the 'Roger Federer' of debating/ tennis analysis. You're not. I don't think I've seen anyone on this forum say anything as delusional as that, so embarrassing.

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Re: Aus Open Day 9:

Post by Daniel on Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:59 pm

DECIMA wrote:Actually 2-3 weeks is the average recovery time for a Grade 1 muscle tear, from what I've been taught.

Not at professional tennis level to just then join the next event.  This isn't a local knockaround in a park.  Wouldn't a guy who keeps getting injured be taking more time off regardless of a standard healing process?  Of course he would.  There's nowt wrong with him.

That said, Tenez does have some crazy ideas - not least players peaking at 35.

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Re: Aus Open Day 9:

Post by DEC1M7 on Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:36 am

Daniel wrote:
DECIMA wrote:Actually 2-3 weeks is the average recovery time for a Grade 1 muscle tear, from what I've been taught.

Not at professional tennis level to just then join the next event. 
All Nadal said was that the normal recovery time is 2-3 weeks (which is correct for a grade 1 muscle tear from what I've been taught), and his next tournament is 4 and a half weeks away. Look up Alexis Sanchez and his torn muscle last year with Chile, he played his next game for Arsenal within 2 weeks, it's not a long term injury.
If you claim that Nadal isn't injured at all, and he quit the match for no reason, I think that's coming from your anti-Nadal bias rather than any medical expertise. We may have to agree to disagree on this one.

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Re: Aus Open Day 9:

Post by Jahu on Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:15 pm

He also said "pain like never before" so 2-3 weeks sounds optimistic.

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Post by noleisthebest on Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:19 pm

Jahu wrote:He also said "pain like never before" so 2-3 weeks sounds optimistic.

Maybe it was the pain he felt in his heart as Fed is goong to move away from him by an extra slam on Sunday. Laugh

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Re: Aus Open Day 9:

Post by luvsports! on Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:36 pm

noleisthebest wrote:
Jahu wrote:He also said "pain like never before" so 2-3 weeks sounds optimistic.

Maybe it was the pain he felt in his heart as Fed is goong to move away from him by an extra slam on Sunday. Laugh
Laugh Laugh Laugh

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Re: Aus Open Day 9:

Post by Daniel on Thu Jan 25, 2018 4:57 pm

We're not quite there yet.  This Chung kid is GOOD and can cause an upset - and Cilic has proven before that he can beat Fed.  But this is Fed's to lose.

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