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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1530 on: May 31, 2017, 03:56:58 pm »
I'm very sorry to disappoint you but my favourite Russell Crowe film is a beautiful mind.


I heard that was an awesome movie lady ANN.



I have not had a chance to watch it yet.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1531 on: June 11, 2017, 11:53:31 am »
Clay Warrior got it done.  He was unchallenged at Roland Garros and took his 10th without looking back.

Congratulations to Rafael and his team on the 10th French Open title!



FYI, I'm still not entirely happy with Clay Warrior.   

For one, he left far more on the table than he should have.

Let us see what happens the rest of the year.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1532 on: June 11, 2017, 01:50:10 pm »
I am not entirely happy with the clay warrior and the great Swiss Assassin.

They have both left a lot on the table.

It was there for the taking.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1533 on: June 11, 2017, 01:52:16 pm »
Clay Warrior got it done.  He was unchallenged at Roland Garros and took his 10th without looking back.

Congratulations to Rafael and his team on the 10th French Open title!



FYI, I'm still not entirely happy with Clay Warrior.   

For one, he left far more on the table than he should have.

Let us see what happens the rest of the year.

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Rest of the year should be interesting General.

2 more slams for the taking.

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« Reply #1535 on: June 12, 2017, 04:33:29 pm »
It's a brilliant film, Clay. I went to the cinema to see it then bought the D.V.D. when it came out. I told my Sister. She didn't get the story at 1st until I explained. It totally blows the myth that everyone with mental health problems are totally stupid out of the water. It's based on a true story. John Nash was amazing until he started suffering from schizophrenia then when he took his medication he was an amazing mathematician again. I'd definitely recommend it. Russell Crowe does a brilliant job.

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« Reply #1536 on: June 12, 2017, 05:07:28 pm »
It's a brilliant film, Clay. I went to the cinema to see it then bought the D.V.D. when it came out. I told my Sister. She didn't get the story at 1st until I explained. It totally blows the myth that everyone with mental health problems are totally stupid out of the water. It's based on a true story. John Nash was amazing until he started suffering from schizophrenia then when he took his medication he was an amazing mathematician again. I'd definitely recommend it. Russell Crowe does a brilliant job.


thanks for sharing the info lady Ann.


I will have to catch this movie at some point. Russell Crowe is a brilliant actor.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1537 on: June 20, 2017, 09:18:18 pm »
clay warrior is the ultimate gladiator in the sport of tennis:




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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1538 on: June 25, 2017, 12:44:18 pm »
Halle Title #9 and career title #92 in the bag for Roger Federer after ruthlessly schooling young #NextGen star Alex Zverev. 

Congrats to all his fans and commiserations to Zverev supporters.

The old man continues to roll toward an 8th Wimbledon title and major #19.  Who can stop him General?




But he probably should have already had 8 & 20 as he left Wimbledon 2014 and USO 2015 on the table as well as others when he was a younger man.

I'm not totally happy with the Swiss Assassin.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1539 on: June 25, 2017, 08:14:55 pm »
General he is on a tear this year.


I am not happy with the great swiss assassin also. he should have played some on clay.


number 92 is in the bag.

only 8 more to go. I think he is picking up at least 5 more this year.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1540 on: June 25, 2017, 08:26:30 pm »
Affirmative General.

He has to stay healthy and motivated.

With Murray and Djokovic in disarray, he has the clear opportunity to strike.

We don't know if and when they will come back to form or not, but we know what will happen if they don't. 

Clay Warrior and the Swiss Assassin could capture everything in sight. 

Well maybe they will leave some crumbs for the others... They can't play every tournament under the sun.

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1541 on: September 12, 2017, 09:37:30 am »
Spaniard believes Nadal will be challenging at the top for years to come




When Carlos Moya joined Rafael Nadal's team ahead of the 2017 season, he did so with total optimism. "When I joined the team I knew that there was much more to come for Rafa, that if he stayed injury free and continued training with the same motivation, desire and confidence, that the tennis would come," said Moya.
"And in any case, we are talking about a legend, so the victories always come sooner or later," added Nadal's coach, himself a former World No. 1. He wasn't mistaken. Three Grand Slam finals later, and with the US Open trophy now in his player's hands, Moya couldn't be more satisfied.

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Their relationship and friendship is well documented, with Moya mentoring Nadal since he was a teenager. But has anything ever surprised him about Nadal during his career? "Many things have surprised me," he responds without hesitation. "When I saw his progress, how quickly he went through every stage of development, when he won Wimbledon, when he achieved things that were unthinkable at that time in Spanish tennis... Now, nothing will surprise me anymore. He always gives the best of himself. We are talking about one of the greatest players in history and, as such, my faith in him is rock solid."
Moya, who as a coach has guided Nadal to three Grand Slam finals this year as well as taking Milos Raonic to the Wimbledon final in 2016, sees Nadal competing for everything in the future. "If he can stay as healthy as he is now, without injury, motivated, looking after himself the way he is, we will be talking about Rafa for years to come," said the Mallorcan.
"He is a player who broke records as a teenager and who is now breaking them as a veteran as well. This is something we haven't see much in the history of tennis. People talk about how physical tennis is, but here he is at 31 winning two Grand Slams, right behind Federer. We mustn't underestimate his talent, his ability to improve, to analyse things. For me, there is no reason to think he can't spend many more years on Tour," said Moya.
Can a World No. 1 and winner of 16 Grand Slams stay motivated? "Someone who has achieved so much will always find a new challenge," said Moya. "There aren't many challenges left, but there are some. He is a very competitive person, a very demanding person and that helps a lot. He will keep finding motivation and his biggest motivation will be to keep improving, keep evolving, stay competitive and he knows that if he can do that, the options to win tournaments and fight at the top will be there."

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Re: Camelot: General Tennis Chat
« Reply #1543 on: December 18, 2017, 11:28:33 am »
After this year's thirty-something dominated Australian Open was dubbed the 'throwback slam', it was revealed on Thursday that the 2018 tournament will play host to another old-stager. 
Lleyton Hewitt, the former world No 1 and Wimbledon champion, has announced that aged 36 he will be playing the men's doubles event in Melbourne with fellow Aussie Sam Groth. 
Hewitt retired as a player at the Australian in 2016, but he has still remained heavily involved in tennis. As well as captaining the Australian Davis Cup team, Hewitt picked up his racket to partner John Peers against the Bryan brothers in a Davis Cup doubles rubber last March and then entered the Wimbledon doubles event three months later. 
Hewitt said of his latest comeback: Its going to be a bit of fun - thats what the Australian Open is about.
Im going to really enjoy it. Weve been hitting a lot of balls, hitting every day, and were not just going out there making up the numbers. We want to give it a fair crack.

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« Reply #1544 on: December 18, 2017, 11:29:05 am »
Australian Open is almost here now.

 

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