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View Poll Results: Peak Hingis vs Peak Radwanska
Hingis on all surfaces 91 84.26%
Radwanska on all surfaces 9 8.33%
Hingis on slow , Radwanska on fast surfaces 6 5.56%
Hingis on grass and clay , Radwanska on hardcourts 2 1.85%
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Re: Peak Hingis vs Peak Radwanska

Two great pushers, what a hard decision
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Two great pushers, what a hard decision
Wait...what?! Hingis pusher? MARTINA HINGIS? OMG That's not even funny anymore. It's almost like saying that Federer is a pusher. She didn't have power of Williams but pusher is the last word to describe Martina's game. Taking the ball early, going to the net to finish the points, staying in rallies with much stronger opponets and going amazingly well from defense to offense is everything but pushing. Also Radwanska is not a pusher. The are not pushers in TOP10. People should stop using this word.
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Wait...what?! Hingis pusher? MARTINA HINGIS? OMG That's not even funny anymore. It's almost like saying that Federer is a pusher. She didn't have power of Williams but pusher is the last word to describe Martina's game. Taking the ball early, going to the net to finish the points, staying in rallies with much stronger opponets and going amazingly well from defense to offense is everything but pushing. Also Radwanska is not a pusher. The are not pushers in TOP10. People should stop using this word.
Did you just compare Federer to Hingis?
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I will just say this 6-0, 6-0 and I'm not kidding neither do I hate Radwanska, but I'm 100 percent positive that she wouldn't win a single game
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Did you just compare Federer to Hingis?
Well you just called peak Hingis a pusher

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Well you just called peak Hingis a pusher
I see no lies in my post
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you are treating your threads too seriously , but it's not less a joke than this where Serena is losing to Harkleroad

WWW: Peak Serena Williams vs Peak Ashley Harkleroad?

Except that thread is actually a joke and is treated as such. The Fry vs Sharapova thread is quite a serious one which is why you especialy have your panties in a knot Maria is losing it as knowledgable people in fact know Fry was more dominant at her peak, and overall more accomplished at this point too. Now if it were Fry vs Serena people would just treat it as much a joke as the Harkleroad thread, or the Serena vs Sharapova thread which was closed probably as to even try to compare the two is trolling.
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I see no lies in my post

The belief that man is an irresolute creature pulled this way and that by two forces of equal strength, alternately winning and losing the battle for his soul; the conviction that human life is nothing more than an uncertain struggle between heaven and hell; the faith in two opposed entities, Satan and Christ - all this was bound to engender those internal discords in which the mind, excited by the incessant fighting, stimulated as it were by the constant promises and threats, ends up by giving in and prostitutes itself to whichever of the two combatants has been more obstinate in its pursuit. Life isn't black and white, it's gold.
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you are treating your threads too seriously , but it's not less a joke than this where Serena is losing to Harkleroad
Lame excuse bringing Sarin's thread.
Your fave has lost countless polls recently and you as a humble Guardian of the Shrieking Razor are just desperately trying to take attention from her by creating threads like Peak Vika vs Peak Martha & Peak Hingis vs Peak Radwanska.
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Peak Hingis is probably the most overrated on this forum. She's like a craftier version of Wozniacki and that's not saying much
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Peak Hingis is probably the most overrated on this forum. She's like a craftier version of Wozniacki and that's not saying much


How could anyone call this pushing? And that's not even her peak

Or look at her at 16, blowing Seles off the court



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How could anyone call this pushing? And that's not even her peak
HAHA, all I see are Sharapova winners and Hingis chasing down balls
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Or look at her at 16, blowing Seles off the court



You should really watch more tennis
This video is even worse. Hingis makes the occasional winners, but its all on Venus' racket. As much as you hingis stans try to twist it, Hingis will always be in the same league as the Wozniackis/Azarenkas/Radwanskas, game-wise
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How could anyone call this pushing? And that's not even her peak

Or look at her at 16, blowing Seles off the court



You should really watch more tennis
When Sharapova beat Hingis in Indian Wells , Hingis told
"She didn't really give me much," Hingis said. "I didn't get many opportunities to do much with the ball. I think I didn't do that badly. She was just better."

match stat Sharapova 29 winners , Hingis 9 winners

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WTA Championships 2004
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This video is even worse. Hingis makes the occasional winners, but its all on Venus' racket. As much as you hingis stans try to twist it, Hingis will always be in the same league as the Wozniackis/Azarenkas/Radwanskas, game-wise
I actually meant this one


The belief that man is an irresolute creature pulled this way and that by two forces of equal strength, alternately winning and losing the battle for his soul; the conviction that human life is nothing more than an uncertain struggle between heaven and hell; the faith in two opposed entities, Satan and Christ - all this was bound to engender those internal discords in which the mind, excited by the incessant fighting, stimulated as it were by the constant promises and threats, ends up by giving in and prostitutes itself to whichever of the two combatants has been more obstinate in its pursuit. Life isn't black and white, it's gold.
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