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BATTLE OF THE GREATEST OF ALL TIMES AT THE U.S. OPEN

ROGER FEDERER AND RAFAEL NADAL HAVE NEVER PLAYED AT THE U.S. OPEN BUT THIS COULD CHANGE IF THEY EACH CAN GET PASS THE 5 PIRANAS THEY MEET BEFORE THE SEMI'S.  NADAL CURRENTLY NO.1 COULD LOSE IT IF HE LOSES BEFORE THE SEMI'S AND FEDERER MOVES ON TO THE FINAL.  THIS IS ROGER'S YEAR AND I THINK THE BEST IS YET TO COME. ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN.  HE LOST ONLY TO ZVEREV IN MONTREAL (BACK INJURY).  THIS IS THE BIG ONE THOUGH AND MAYBE HIS LAST U.S. OPEN, "NOT",  I WILL LET HIM TELL YOU WHEN HE'S FINISH PLAYING. ROGER IS THE TOM BRADY OF TENNIS.  MAYBE 40 IS THE NEW NUMBER FOR ATHLETES.  MAYWEATHER JUST PROVED THAT LAST NIGHT.  THESE GUYS TRAIN, EAT WELL, HAVE BALANCE IN THEIR LIFE, BUT THEY ARE STILL HUNGRY AND PASSIONATE ABOUT THEIR SPORT.  NADAL AND FEDERER MAY MEET IN THE SEMI'S WHICH WILL BE LIKE A FINAL. THIS WILL BE THE SHOW OF SHOWS. WITH ANDY, NOVAK, STAN, AND RAONIC GONE FEDERER HAS THE EDGE THIS YEAR OVER RAFA WINNING THE AUSTRALIAN, INDIAN WELLS, MIAMI, WITH NADAL LOSING AT WIMBLEDON AGAINST GILLES MULLER OF LUXEMBOURG. THE 36 YEAR OLD HAS PLAYED REMARKABLE, DISPLAYING A BLISTERING BACKHAND LIKE BACK IN THE DAY.  AGAIN WHEN THESE TWO MEET FIRE WORKS GO OFF AS ROGER GOES FOR NO.20!  H2H THEY HAVE PLAYED 37 TIMES WITH NADAL HAVING THE DEEP EDGE 23 TO 14!  COULD THIS BE THE TURN OF EVENTS RIGHT IN NEW YORK?  NADAL WILL TRY FOR HIS 16TH SLAM.  NOT SHABBY AT ALL. THESE TWO CLASSICS WILL HOPEFULLY REACH THE SEMI'S BECAUSE "THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE WANT AND THIS IS WHAT THEY PAY FOR"!

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Chase C. Hackett on Friday, December 15, 2017 7:58 AM
I WILL LET HIM TELL YOU WHEN HE'S FINISH PLAYING. ROGER IS THE TOM BRADY OF TENNIS. MAYBE 40 IS THE NEW NUMBER FOR ATHLETES. buffet near me now
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