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Weak era confirmed yet again.

The manhandling of the William sisters confirms that it has always been a weak era where the best of the least talented won. They never had me jumping up and down with their shots. They were beasts plain and simple.

Screamapova tried to play them at their own game and got creamed. But against the more subtle skills of justine, they have come a cropper. Justine herself got double bagelled by screamapova in last year's USO and has a dubious reputation of losing crucial matches outside RG.

After painstaking research and flawless analysis, i can only come to the irrefutable fact this is an undeniably weak era of chokers and transitional champions.

Even in the men's game , the arrogant man from Switzerland just has to turn up on court and other players are willing to give him a salute at the first opportunity. His horrible backhand ,one dimensional talent and an inflexible wessrn grip does not prevent
GS wins. The epidemic of choking pioneered by Nalbandian and Ljubicic affects everyone and he wins sets he should have lost because of his name.

What a pathetic scene on both tours!
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Clown era.
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Clown era.
Are you agreeing with him?

Anyways the thread starter's assessment is worng in so many ways.
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Screamapova tried to play them at their own game and got creamed. But against the more subtle skills of justine, they have come a cropper. Justine herself got double bagelled by screamapova in last year's USO and has a dubious reputation of losing crucial matches outside RG.
Erm, no she didn't.

Sharapova / Bartoli / Azarenka / Rezaď
Cornet / Karatantcheva / Kirilenko
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The manhandling of the William sisters confirms that it has always been a weak era where the best of the least talented won. They never had me jumping up and down with their shots. They were beasts plain and simple.

Screamapova tried to play them at their own game and got creamed. But against the more subtle skills of justine, they have come a cropper. Justine herself got double bagelled by screamapova in last year's USO and has a dubious reputation of losing crucial matches outside RG.

After painstaking research and flawless analysis, i can only come to the irrefutable fact this is an undeniably weak era of chokers and transitional champions.

Even in the men's game , the arrogant man from Switzerland just has to turn up on court and other players are willing to give him a salute at the first opportunity. His horrible backhand ,one dimensional talent and an inflexible wessrn grip does not prevent
GS wins. The epidemic of choking pioneered by Nalbandian and Ljubicic affects everyone and he wins sets he should have lost because of his name.

What a pathetic scene on both tours!
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Elena Dementieva has just defeated Serena and gave her two breadsticks 6-1 6-1 to go along with that defeat!!!!! I am in total shock!!!! I didn't know the bitch had it in her!!!!! DAMN!!! And she hits multiple aces!!! WHAT IS GOING ON!!!!!! I have to bow down to that Russian!!!! Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
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Are you agreeing with him?

Anyways the thread starter's assessment is worng in so many ways.
They are irrefutable , substantiated by extensive evidence,flawless analysis and an impressive array of facts and figures.
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Are you agreeing with him?

Anyways the thread starter's assessment is worng in so many ways.
No.
It's the only discussion that ever seems to be going on in MTF.
That's what happens when one player kicks the shit out of everyone else.
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to begin with, try to do some research on "double bagel"
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Erm, no she didn't.
64 64 is clearly a double bagel.
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Another thread from bagelman...
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64 64 is clearly a double bagel.
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61 61 would have been a double bagel if she had won in straight sets.

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mediter you are so winning TWAT next year!

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It's a mathematical certainty that you're a fool.

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