Roger Federer: Why Gold at Olympics Won't Solve His Rafael Nadal Problem

Aug 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BleacherReport

Roger Federer is 2-6 against Rafael Nadal in Grand Slam Finals. Against all other opponents, Federer is 15-1. Julian Finney/Getty Images If Roger Federer should win Olympic gold in singles than it would be wise to stow your foul weather gear within close reach.

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elaine

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Aug 3, 2012
 
Good job Mr. Andrew Prochnow!!!
Italain Stallion

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elaine wrote:
Good job Mr. Andrew Prochnow!!!
I remember your idiotic comments from the Wimbledon forums. If you take away the matches against Nadal on clay, they are pretty much even. Do you actually have anything intlligent to say??????

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