Is he just asking for trouble?

Photo by EFE/Manuel Lorenzo

Photo by EFE/Manuel Lorenzo

Serbia’s coach is claiming to know “Rafa’s weaknesses.” Okay, sure. But how does that list compared to the list your team members’ generate? Ah, the Davis Cup trash talking has begin. I’m sure that, ever the gentlemen, Rafa will answer with a well-timed kung-fu kick.

“First, he’s not physically fit because he didn’t attend ATP Dubai, and he hasn’t played on clay in the last month. Besides, he wasn’t with the team at the finals, and that will put some pressure on him,” Obradovic commented.

Sounds like he’s reaching to me…

3 Responses

  1. Babz says:

    Wha…?

    Eh. HALO! HE’S KING OF CLAY OKAY. IT’S LIKE RIDING A BICYCLE. (*^%$%)(*&^%$##$*%!!!!

    He’s just trying to make his team feel better.

  2. sG says:

    *wipes tears from eyes*

    That was good for a laugh!

  3. Josh says:

    Obradovic; was I the only one thinking who the hell is this guy, has anyone ever heard of him?

    And he’s one to talk about physically fit, could Djokovic play for 5 1/2 hours, rest for less than a day and then play another 4 1/2 hours and win…no. He would just get too hot and retire.

    Meh, who cares. he has won 103 of his last 105 clay matches…lets see how djokovic fares against an actual strong field in a set of matches (of course I am referring to his toughest opponent in Dubai being a tired Gilles Simon.

    Serbia pulling at strings, seems to be the standard attutide among the same camp that Djokovic employs.