Grand Slam French Open 2022

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FreoRicci

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Will Nadal play Wimbledon in a few weeks time? Be interesting
 

FreoRicci

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On this surface I don’t think there is any question whatsoever.
He still beat Federer On his grass and Novak on his hard court. Novak can be the only one that says I’m better, as he has been the closest to him on clay then anyone else really
 

LukeParkerno1

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He still beat Federer On his grass and Novak on his hard court. Novak can be the only one that says I’m better, as he has been the closest to him on clay then anyone else really

It’s either Nadal or Novak. Novak probably gets to 22 anyway. Be nice if they both end on 22.
 

Zevon

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He still beat Federer On his grass and Novak on his hard court. Novak can be the only one that says I’m better, as he has been the closest to him on clay then anyone else really
Oh for sure, you can definitely make the argument. Just that on clay he’s the GOAT without any question at all, whereas on the other surfaces it’s more open for discussion
 

LukeParkerno1

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A thumping 6-0 in the 3rd set to finish proceedings. What an imperious performance from Nadal. He never really looked troubled at any stage

Thought he was only “passable” in the first two sets, 3rd set was more of what I expected
 

Zevon

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Thought he was only “passable” in the first two sets, 3rd set was more of what I expected
Yeah first two sets he was solid without being spectacular but you still never got the sense he was in any danger, barring one shocking service game in the second.
 

LukeParkerno1

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Yeah first two sets he was solid without being spectacular but you still never got the sense he was in any danger, barring one shocking service game in the second.

Rudd played a brainless game. Didn’t even give himself a chance. Honestly who beats Nadal playing 5 foot behind the baseline and on clay? You have to take the ball early and you have to live with a few UE’s.

Nadal was never losing with Rudd playing that far behind. It’s just never going to work
 

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