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  1. The scary thing is that this same tournament Nadal slapped Verdasco 6-0 6-1 in the final. Verdasco got on his knees once after he won one point.

    • @WivoRN Productions Are you a Djokovic hater ???

      Why are you making videos like this
      1. The Day Novak Djokovic Got Accused Of A Match FIKING
      2. The Tennis Player Who DESTROYED Djokovic

      what’s wrong with you
      !!!
      Why don’t you make a video
      The Tennis Players Who DESTROYED Federer
      for example
      R.G. ’08 Nadal: federer 6-1 6-3 6-0 or
      Monte Carlo ’02 Nalbandian: Federer 6-2 6-1
      will you make that video?

      or you can make a video
      The Tennis Player Who DESTROYED Nadal
      Doha ’16 Djokovic: Nadal 6-1 6-2 or
      Cincinnati ’16 Borna Coric: Nadal 6-1 6-3
      Paris ’07 Nalbandian: Nadal 6-4 6-0
      will you make that video?

    • @Andy Dufrense bro you stupid if you are really his fan because no one comments some bad results of his idol bruh.

    • @Andy Dufrense if you’re really a Djokovic fan, hats off then. You’re among the very low percentage of Djokovic fans that can take a loss like a men and deal with it, probably you’re one of those very little Djokovic fans that face reality and don’t try to avoid it or get mad about it.

    • @Frag Muffins Bottom left, there is a dude with a blue cap that always stands up and applauds Djokovic winning point while everyone else is sitting.

  2. Now i think about how good was prime Nadal that he beat that Verdasco with both Bagel and Breadstick in the final

  3. Let’s be honest, Djokovic was awful here….. Clearly not fit, had on going issue the entire season up until like Wimbledon

  4. Oh is this the result Federer or Nadal couldn’t give to Djokovic?
    Check the Cincinnati match between Federer and Djokovic where Federer BAGELED Djokovic

  5. Love when offensive players take that extra effort to get the win. They are always more deserving to root for than defensive players. Simply because it takes more skill, more precision more risk to set your feet up and racquet head up for the more adventurous shots. And to keep hitting 10 excellent shots in a row to win a rally. Miss one and the defensive player wins the point for doing nothing more than hitting the ball down the middle. Or merely getting the racquet on the ball. Yes it takes determination, grit, and energy to be a defensive player. But considerably less skill than the one dictating play.

  6. Tsonga destroyed Djokovic in Canada masters 2014. 6-2 6-2 , the theres 2012 monte carlo final where Rafa destroyed Djokovic 6-3 6-1. David ferrer did the same with the exact same scoreline 6-3 6-1 in 2011 Tour finals. Then theres Roddick’s master class of 2009 indian wells QF

    • So? didn’t nadal got destroyed in grand slams many occasions?
      Lost to Berdych 6-2 6-0 6-7 in AO 2015
      Lost to delpo 6-2 6-2 6-2 in UO 2009
      Lost to nole 6-3 6-2 6-3 in AO 2019
      Lost to jo Willy 6-2 6-3 6-2 in AO 2008

  7. Djokovic certainly started very well. But as the match progressed, Verdasco became better and better. I was struck by the similarity in play between Verdasco and Nadal. Verdasco has I think a more potent serve than Nadal. But it seems he tires more easily. Djokovic’s shots, which are flatter, seem less sharp on clay, and therefore can be neutralized.

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