I don’t have to say much more then what the title says. The match was always going to be on Roger’s racquet. The Djokovic fans will think their man performed another miracle but nothing could be further from the truth. Roger is mentally a broken man and it would take a miracle for him to recover. I don’t even see the point of continuing this blog, because not only will I be giving myself false hope but I will be giving you false hope and setting you up for disappointment. I just lost my respect for Roger, he goes away way to cheaply in his matches these days. And in the end I guess it was always on the cards. He is a sensitive guy and tennis is a brutal sport. In tennis being human and having emotions is a draw back.
It’s sad but that is sport. We live in a society driven by competition and the more you can rub your opponents nose in the dirt the better. That was one of the things that eventually put me off from tennis as a player. I used to be an extremely competitive individual but I have changed my mind a great deal about competition. While it pushes people to be their best it also brings out the worst in people. Wars and the like is just another form of competition, and sport is just another form of war.The problem with competition is that for every winner there has to be a loser. OK I know this subject is getting to deep for some people so if you want to learn more about what really matters in life you can read my spirituality blog.
I started this blog because I always had a passion for tennis but watching someone I like and respected being disgraced is a reminder of the limitations of sport. Watching how Djokovic celebrated after the match made me sick. He was handed the match by Roger, anyone who tells you differently knows nothing about tennis. So seeing him celebrate like that as if he did this great thing is actually making me laugh about it now I have detached myself from Roger’s results of late so you can rest assured this is not sour grapes from me, I really find it funny how Djokovic celebrated at the end. Anyhow at least I have learned how not to be phased by Roger’s results through this blog, so in that sense it’s been a positive experience for me.
From now on I will put more of my focus into my spirituality blog, because in the end spirituality is infinitely more important then tennis or anything on the physical plane. I’m not sure what to do with this blog at the moment. I have put a lot of effort into it and don’t want to just abandon it, but like I said the nightmare for Roger is very likely to continue. Whats the point of watching someone that is a legend in your eyes going down in flames? Anyhow I need some time to think things through.