~ TENNIS - Djokovic ties Federer no1 record at 310 weeks - Question marks around season ~

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Not good, get well soon, Champ!

A lot of ppl. owe Novak an apology, lets see if our own Steviebruno takes the high road.
that first training session Daniil was talking about, after a handful of years he went from being ranked 500 and grateful to practice with Nole to challenging him in a Slam, good stuff

 
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Not good, get well soon, Champ!

A lot of ppl. owe Novak an apology, lets see if our own Steviebruno takes the high road.
???

Has something been released by a physician? There is a semantic argument to be made that a strain can also be classified as a tear, and I would like to know the degree of said "tear"... which would be useful in understanding how he all of a sudden felt "great" a couple of days later.

I will take the high road when his MRI results are released, just as they are in any other sport for any other athlete.

No problems there.
 

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I will take the high road when his MRI results are released
Can you list the number of occasions in the entire history of the sport where players were forced to release personal medical scans, records and evidence protected by the constitution and right for privacy because certain cuntflaps refused to take their word for it?

If that's too much for your precious time just release Federer's medical records incl. the MRI scans you have been demanding for 10 straight days, also the mononucleosis blood sample images and analysis confirmed by a doctor, with a seal confirming the document's authenticity. Until then, I'm not gonna have a single reply just call Federer a goddamn liar who makes injuries and diseases up to excuses his losses like the sore loser he is.
 

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Can you list the number of occasions in the entire history of the sport where players were forced to release personal medical scans, records and evidence protected by the constitution and right for privacy because certain cuntflaps refused to take their word for it?

If that's too much for your precious time just release Federer's medical records incl. the MRI scans you have been demanding for 10 straight days, also the mononucleosis blood sample images and analysis confirmed by a doctor, with a seal confirming the document's authenticity. Until then, I'm not gonna have a single reply just call Federer a goddamn liar who makes injuries and diseases up to excuses his losses like the sore loser he is.
Athletes have their MRI results released all of the time. What the hell are you even talking about? :rofl
 

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Post

Federer's

MRI &

mononucleosis

medical

records.



Don't talk back. Post'em. The medical records. Now.



In case I'm not making myself clear: you need to post the medical records that are widely accessible by tennis players who have actual, real injuries. In this case, Federer's. Post'em here, on this forum. The records. The medical ones. The medical records to be clear. Of Federer, Roger (39, SWI).



P. S don't forget to post them medical records of Federer's MRIs and mononucleosis before you hit the reply button! This should be fun, if you game. :lol:
 

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Sorry, should be fixed now.
I've expected a LOT longer apology for days of being cawk! MF it took me 15 minutes to sign out of this account, sign into Winding Refn, post, and sign back to BB. 15 minutes I'm never gonna get back, so I want compensation! Say... ban Stevie if he posts anything else but Federer's MRI and mono medical records. :lol: Kidding. Ban yourself.
 

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Can you list the number of occasions in the entire history of the sport where players were forced to release personal medical scans, records and evidence protected by the constitution and right for privacy because certain cuntflaps refused to take their word for it?

If that's too much for your precious time just release Federer's medical records incl. the MRI scans you have been demanding for 10 straight days, also the mononucleosis blood sample images and analysis confirmed by a doctor, with a seal confirming the document's authenticity. Until then, I'm not gonna have a single reply just call Federer a goddamn liar who makes injuries and diseases up to excuses his losses like the sore loser he is.
Wait for the documentary. :smile
 

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Nice one. I'm the same, prefer getting there early in the week with all of the courts full. Roaming from court to court with beer in hand makes for a good day out.
As great as it was seeing those big names above, I must say I preferred it.

especially the doubles. You’d see some seriously big names on tiny little outside courts. Saw Hingis in 2017 that way, and Ostapenko with Sloane Stephens another year.

It was also pretty awesome seeing the 2019 final double header of
Barty v Kvitova
De Minaur v Seppi...

And Hewitt in the doubles!
 
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As great as it was seeing those big names above, I must say I preferred it.

especially the doubles. You’d see some seriously big names on tiny little outside courts. Saw Hingis in 2017 that way, and Ostapenko with Sloane Stephens another year.

It was also pretty awesome seeing the 2019 final double header of
Barty v Kvitova
De Minaur v Seppi...

And Hewitt in the doubles!
Outside courts are great specially if you're free to visit any of them with your ticket. Just don't forget how crammed they could be and how close some of them are to these corridors between courts. The other year at ATP Budapest I literally bumped into Fognini's coach during Fabio's match and I tell ya: the 3 pints of beers in plastic cups in my hands were NOT compatible with large Italian hand gestures. :lol: Poured those motherfuckers on the poor fella, said scusi scusi and quickly fucked off.

That reminded me of that one time I bumped into Vitali Klitschko as we was walking in, beer in my hands, security did not like that shit. :rofl
 

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Celebrate Novak Djokovic tying Roger Federer's 310-week long reign at World Number 1, surpassing Maestro next Monday!

It's been an incredible journey starting right in the middle of the Fedal era in 2011, acquiring more wins over his biggest rivals than the other way around, more slams past 30 than anyone else, key wins over Federer at his beloved Wimbledon, a key victory over Rafa at Roland Garros, all 4 slams held at the same time, record number of points and Masters accumulated and now tied with Roger at Federer fans' beloved weeks at no1, 10 years in the making – a slow burn yes, but it still accumulated into a mighty Serbian fire! Even dozens of weeks lost at Novak's record due to Covid shutdown couldn't stop him achieving another record, but the question is: does Federer still have an answer left in him? Or perhaps Nadal a few years to have the last laugh?



Speaking of Rafa: as we're eagerly waiting for @steviebruno's sharing Federer's MRIs and mono results, lets add Nadal's 'back injury' medical record to the list as well. You know the one he used pre-tournament before he dominated, the one he subtly hinted at the post-match presser after Tsitsipas upset him in an incredible comeback and the one he now used to pull out of Acapulco - a tournament he couldn't have played anyway since he never committed to travel and quarantine. It's probably for the better that media doesn't question his injury legitimacy - the one without any video evidence, or in out resident medical expert's case: any medical record provided.
 

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Celebrate Novak Djokovic tying Roger Federer's 310-week long reign at World Number 1, surpassing Maestro next Monday!

It's been an incredible journey starting right in the middle of the Fedal era in 2011, acquiring more wins over his biggest rivals than the other way around, more slams past 30 than anyone else, key wins over Federer at his beloved Wimbledon, a key victory over Rafa at Roland Garros, all 4 slams held at the same time, record number of points and Masters accumulated and now tied with Roger at Federer fans' beloved weeks at no1, 10 years in the making – a slow burn yes, but it still accumulated into a mighty Serbian fire! Even dozens of weeks lost at Novak's record due to Covid shutdown couldn't stop him achieving another record, but the question is: does Federer still have an answer left in him? Or perhaps Nadal a few years to have the last laugh?



Speaking of Rafa: as we're eagerly waiting for @steviebruno's sharing Federer's MRIs and mono results, lets add Nadal's 'back injury' medical record to the list as well. You know the one he used pre-tournament before he dominated, the one he subtly hinted at the post-match presser after Tsitsipas upset him in an incredible comeback and the one he now used to pull out of Acapulco - a tournament he couldn't have played anyway since he never committed to travel and quarantine. It's probably for the better that media doesn't question his injury legitimacy - the one without any video evidence, or in out resident medical expert's case: any medical record provided.
This again? Did Djokovic look hurt to you in that final? Federer has had documented injury and surgical interventions and Djokovic has rubdowns during bathroom breaks. :lol:

Btw, which "key win" did Novak have over Rafa at Roland Garros? It may have been a key win for Stan Wawrinka, but that's about it. :lol:
 

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This again? Did Djokovic look hurt to you in that final? Federer has had documented injury and surgical interventions and Djokovic has rubdowns during bathroom breaks. :lol:
All bark no bite eh Steve? All you have to do to get out of this jam is posting those Federer MRIs and mono documents you've said are generally released and available for athletes. Just copy and paste the Federer ones.

This again? Hell yeah baby, I ain't seeing no documents and I ain't going nowhere! Why claim something you're unwilling to back up? :lol:
 

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All bark no bite eh Steve? All you have to do to get out of this jam is posting those Federer MRIs and mono documents you've said are generally released and available for athletes. Just copy and paste the Federer ones.

This again? Hell yeah baby, I ain't seeing no documents and I ain't going nowhere! Why claim something you're unwilling to back up? :lol:
Novak thought he needed a better story than the 'I just didn't feel like myself' theatrics he pulled against Theim last year, so he created a narrative centered around an inconsequential abdominal strain. Thing is, he actually looked sicker last year. :lol:

What will he come up with next year? :lol:
 

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Novak thought he needed a better story than the 'I just didn't feel like myself' theatrics he pulled against Theim last year, so he created a narrative centered around an inconsequential abdominal strain. Thing is, he actually looked sicker last year. :lol:

What will he come up with next year? :lol:
We're talking about Federer mate. His MRI. And his mono tests. Show them. Once you posted them, we can get back on Novak, promise. B..b...b..b..but Novak. No mate. Federer. I'll help you:



Post the medical results of this motherfucker!
 

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We're talking about Federer mate. His MRI. And his mono tests. Show them. Once you posted them, we can get back on Novak, promise. B..b...b..b..but Novak. No mate. Federer. I'll help you:



Post the medical results of this motherfucker!
One instance in the past 15 years of Federer smashing a racket and his form here looks worse than Novak's hulk smash against Zverev, torn muscle and all. :nono
 

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Whose fault is that? :lol:

Dude is making a major motion picture about his tummy ache right now. That's the only reason he's taking time off. :lol:
You may not possess the Federer medical documents you claimed to have, but you might be onto something: they say an MRI is worth a thousand words, but you don't need to see through Federer's thick skull to see how the "I was born great" mind can't cope with "I lost a final, bwaaaaa I want my mommy bwaaaa I'll make up random liver diseases and injuries bwaaaaa" :rofl



The picture just tells the perfect story doesn't it? Just right for the Federer Biography "I Was Almost GOAT, Then These Assholes Came Along" - subtitle: Some Can Lose With Grace... And Some Are Roger Federer. Foreword by Serena Williams.
 
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