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Maybe there's something to it, but the problem with the analysis is that it ignores what happens all the time in sports—sometimes bodies adapt to peculiar, seemingly reckless styles of play. Tim Lincecum's scapula doesn't fly off into the San Francisco Bay; tiny Steve Nash is still going at 148 years old. There are absolutely issues with Nadal's body right now, but the jury is going to be out for a while on the long-term consequences of the 26-year-old's "style of play."