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post #241 of 245 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 02:46 AM
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Bouchard is trash, so why does that matter?
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Bouchard is never being relevant again when it comes to challenging for Grand Slams.
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And yea Bouchard is trash, and njcam or anyone else wouldn't even mention her if she wasn't physically attractive be real.
Eugenie Bouchard was #5 in the world, so for anyone saying she is trash should do a little prep work before posting.

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post #242 of 245 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 02:49 AM
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What the fuck does "WAS" have to do with "IS"?

She bolted out of the gates at the start of her career like many do. And like many then do, she couldn't maintain. She has done NOTHING for years. So again, Bouchard IS trash, so why does that matter?
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post #243 of 245 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 03:32 AM
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Bouchard was talented, and then the royalties and sponsorship came in over her looks which has affected her gameplay. She's the Canadian version of Anna Kournikova.

Based on his form in Melbourne, Rafa is the odds on favourite to win in Paris once more. Novak will challenge him all the way though.

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post #244 of 245 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 04:05 AM
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Federer also says he def playing clay season this time as well. Which is good
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post #245 of 245 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 01:17 PM
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Sampras would have about as many slams as Murray if he was playing in the modern era. The baseline games of those other three would be far too much for him. Djokovic was way ahead of him in terms of 'legacy' even before his injury / 3 comeback slams. As soon as those three retire the drop in quality will be pretty drastic - might be years before we get a player as good as even Murray, let alone those three - there'll probably be players in a decade or so time with 4/5/6 etc grand slam titles nowhere near Murray's level. It's crazy to think of how many incredible matches we've seen over the past decade, miles better than anything I grew up with from 1998 to 2006. If any of those three didn't exist, the other two swallow up the majority of their 20/17/15 grand slams, with Murray probably having the leftovers.
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