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Fed at the great old age of 30 something, you add 4 more years to that then it becomes 40 something.  Its also true that Fed (Yeah he) is #1 in the world again, but never to get a Gold in the Worlds Largest Tournament.  He has only won Silver twice. If your are the #1 shouldn't you win the Worlds Largest Tournament called the Olympics?

Hmm.... is it disappointing or a Disappointment?

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Don't feel sorry for me, says . 'I felt like I won my silver, I didn’t lose it.'

Dude's legs got tired. In four years time, his legs will get less elastic and recuperate less. If he can find a way to fight Mother Time, let me know. I need the same cure. 

Gold?  He's got gold.  Gold in singles?  Ain't gonna happen.  I think your math is flawed, but your idea is right on track.  He'll be 34 or 35 next time; I don't see it happening especially with all the young kids getting stronger and stronger.

Yeah but think about it the Draw will be filled with lower level players too! he might get a good draw????? 35 is the new 40 something

I don't see it happening. He wanted real bad, I don't know what happened, but what in do know is Andy got the best of him on Feds court.

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