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No No all you wrestling fans out there I am not talking about Stone Cold Steve Austin…you know because his special move is the stunner…but I am talking about how Jo-Wilfried Tsonga upsetting the number 2 seed in the world Rafael Nadal. Tsonga did not barely squeak by him…he owned him in straight sets. He dominated Nadal in a 6-2, 6-3, 6-2 victory that carried Tsonga to his first Grand Slam final. All I can say is WOW! I did not see this one coming at all. If you would have bet this, you can't tell me that you would have taken Nadal to lose in 5 or even worse in straight sets. This dude was ranked 38th in the world and this is by far his best victory ever. Tsonga has never been past the fourth round in a Grand Slam event and now he would have faced Roger Federer in the Aussie Open finals. Unfortunately, this is not to be, since Federer lost to Novak Djokovic last night in Melbourne. To show how good this guy is playing right now, he has beaten 3 of the top 12 players in the world…
Now I no that not alot of people can name anyone other then the top 3 and the Americans but still this no name dude beat 3 of the top 12!!! GOOD FOR YOU BROTHER!…But after what I just told you…his odds aganisit the best in the world and maybe the most dominant tennis player of all time are slim to none…If you have been reading any of my blogs then you would no that I picked Roger Federer to win this Grand Slam, I honestly thought that his only tough competitor would have been Nadal but since he is gone Federer should win the final in straight sets…(I no he still has to get by number 3 ranked player Novak Djokovic but he should have no trouble.
Now the real question is does this guy have any chance to beat Djokovic at all…well I no I said earlier that he has no chance to beat Federer but if he plays like he did aganisit Nadal and smashes serves left and right…as Ranch Wilder greatly put it in Angels in the Outfield…YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN!