20 Worst Beatdowns In Sport Last Decade

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20 Worst Beatdowns In Sport Last Decade

To define a beatdown is difficult in some sense, for one, if in a team setting, you cannot ignore injuries, or the sometimes vast distance between teams or players in terms of ability and greatness.

For instance, in the 2007 Australian Open in Men's Singles,, where Rodger Federer didn't drop a set, Novak Djokovic breezed through his first round opponent 6-1,6-1,6-0, Djokovic was ranked 14th at the time, while Massaue, a once Top 10 ranked player, was in decline. Some could point to that as a beatdown, but consider it was in the first round, and even though Djokovic was ranked 14th instead of say, 2nd, it was still a relatively noticible gap in betting odds. In the same tournament, Rodger Federer faced Andy Roddick, the 6th seed in the semifinal, and proceeded to pound away to a 6-4,6-0,6-2 victory.

Which victory was more of a beatdown should be obvious.

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