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  1. Nadals service is his weakness. If he served more aces like Federer and Djokovic he would be beating players more convincingly. Look at his first serve percentage its terrible.

  2. I hope him and Federer at LEAST play one more year (I’m sure they will) because I wanna go see them in Melbourne next year!

  3. 09 australian open semis against Verdasco was one of his greatest matches…
    5 hours plus
    I enjoyed it!

  4. Thanks for this interview respecting Nadal’s native language, we all should have that respect to everybody’s culture. And FYI, English is not the most talked language in the World.

  5. Worthiem is one of the worst of the TC crew. Always looks like he's trying so hard with his "peices "
    Has that smug " I told you so " look.
    Above all, the actual material is garbage because he doesn't know much about the technical aspects of tennis yet he somehow tries to talk about it in an attempt to sound intelligent. Doesn't work.

  6. I love him. Been a fan since 2005 and will continue to be one till the end of time. His human nature and humility is sth to look up to. Great role model and great human at the same time

  7. Great headline! Whats next? Wolfgang Puck still eats food? Michael Phelps enjoys water? Hilary Clinton drinks childrens blood….

  8. He has so much personality when he gives interviews in Spanish. I wish all the Spanish speaking players would.

  9. Ahhh…I get it now. Many people will still say it’s OCD. But his rituals just keep his head from wandering away from the match. It’s his way of staying present. It makes sense if he knows himself, and given how much thought he puts into playing. The mind can wander if you don’t have things to focus on. For him, he just keeps himself present.


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