Grand Slam Australian Open - Day 4

Nick v Danill

  • Nick in 3

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • Nick in 4/5

    Votes: 3 12.0%
  • Medvedev in 3

    Votes: 12 48.0%
  • Medvedev in 4/5

    Votes: 8 32.0%

  • Total voters
    25
  • Poll closed .

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BobbyMorri

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Pablito

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Hopefully the siu flogs don't show up next week
They cant afford tickets in the second week.
When the average age of a kygrios fan is 17 why would any true tennis purist bother showing up. Hence the boos.

As Nick put it rightly, its a ******* zoo watching a circus. Thats all Nick is now. He gets by on his serve. He doesnt have the stamina (because he doesnt train) to go the distance with the best and he doesnt have the guidance of a coach to hone his craft or keep him focused because he doesnt care about anything other than the money and coaches cost money and would be an authority figure he doesnt want.

The sooner he disappears from the tour the better.
 

darcytiger

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Average IQ of a fan that attends the tennis is the equivalent of a 5 year old these days, i feel embarassed to be Australian
Always has been. Biggest gronk brigade in the sporting landscape. If it’s not Serbians and Croatians throwing flares at each other, it’s the fanatics or worse still - the people who cheer when a ball boy makes a simple catch on the full.
 

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TheBrownDog
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They cant afford tickets in the second week.
When the average age of a kygrios fan is 17 why would any true tennis purist bother showing up. Hence the boos.

As Nick put it rightly, its a ******* zoo watching a circus. Thats all Nick is now. He gets by on his serve. He doesnt have the stamina (because he doesnt train) to go the distance with the best and he doesnt have the guidance of a coach to hone his craft or keep him focused because he doesnt care about anything other than the money and coaches cost money and would be an authority figure he doesnt want.

The sooner he disappears from the tour the better.

Sounds a bit like Joe Daniher
 

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RobbyRoy

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Still not too late for Nick if he wants it bad enough
I don't know. The other guys around his age (Med, Berrettini) have put the work in and the miles in their legs for the last decade. He's just so far off being able to put in more than a couple of big performances that I think it might be too late.
 

LukeParkerno1

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I don't know. The other guys around his age (Med, Berrettini) have put the work in and the miles in their legs for the last decade. He's just so far off being able to put in more than a couple of big performances that I think it might be too late.

Doing it over 5 sets is a stretch too