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Translations: Gintama 507 (2)
For comparisons towards real life people, intentional or not, clear or forced.
Kaidoh = Nadal
Too lazy to post obvious reasons
Yukimura = Federer
Except I was angry at how much was emphasis was on Yuki's defense with no mention whatsoever of offensive abilities. I understand that that is classic Fed, unreturnable balls coming back as winners, but to have Fed without mention of offense is....well....
Pistol Pete...Bullet Serve
Dunk Smash.....Dunk Smash
Sigh....Sampras as a baseliner? Horrible....
Last edited by Dansan1; June 08, 2009 at 07:04 PM.
Actually federer excels at neutralizing hard aggressive opponents..you saw that all through out the FO especially against Del Potro and Soderling, Ryoma is an aggressive player so he adjusted accordingly
Chotaro - Roddick
Only a serve and nothing but a serve
Atobe - Djokovic
Both are very agressive, very arrogant and while up there with the other national level players they just don't cut enough to be up there with Tezuka and Yukimura (or Nadal and Federer)
Kirihara - Lol this a stretch but hey McEnroe played better when he got angrier lol
Tezuka - Personality wise reminds me of Borg
Jiro - McEnroe, he was actually compared to him in terms of his godly volleying skills
I think for Kirihara, a young Agassi. I remember Agassi was quite hot headed in his youth. He was the "rebel" after all. Maybe, possibly like Fernando Gonzalez.
I see Momo Tsonga but without the net play (except for the backhand drive of course)
Golden Pair is the Bryan Bros. Just because the Bryan Bros. are always in synchro.
Inui is Andy Murray in that he's good at reading the court. But Murray has no serve. I guess mix Murray and Gael Monfil.
Kaidou is Agassi after his re dedication to tennis. Agassi had insane stamina and played a lot from the baseline. He also loved to make his opponents run like crazy.
Taka is like a super strong Tommy Haas imo. Haas used to have outbursts XD not quite like taka though.
Wow Sai..i would gave never thought of some of those..
But Murray does have as serve..he serves bombs now..at least 220's occassionaly
lol what I mean by no serve is no flat serve....sorry shouldve been more clear. Inui and Choutarou are both super flat servers.
Murray can hit it pretty flat...no way a top spin serve is going at 224 KM/h (which is Murray's fastest i believe)
But his average is in the 180's but he's no Roddick thats for sure
Question - if Nadal and Federer had a bit of training together, do you think they could still b eat the Bryan Bros without much problem? But since double requires cooperation, do you think it would be much of a problem?
Well the Bryan Bros. did lose to Federer and Wawrinka in the Olympics.....
Like Sai said they beat the Bryan brothers in Beijing and neither of them are accomplished doubles players..
I don't really see how it would work though...they don't match up well imo
I personally think Yukimura is Jesus.
Oh, right, and Federerer.
Wait, those two are the same person.
55 aces and he still loses. to lleyton hewitt, who isnt even that good anymore.
jo wilfried tsonga = fat guy from higa that ryoma beat. just cuz theyre both big.
gael monfils = st icarus guy. because monfil is supposedly the fastest guy on the tour, and st icarus guy was supposedly really fast also. and theyre both black.
Richard had fail speed which did nothing against Sengoku. I wouldn't call that "really fast." if Sengoku lost to Kamio.
I'd compare Akutsu to Monfils, tall, flexible, muscular, and really quick, Monfils also slides.
Also Tsonga is not fat he's muscular, he doesn't compare to Kei Tanishi
But now that you bring it up i see the similarities between Richard and Monfis.