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I hate it when this board is this slow. 7-6 7-6 Match mirnyi


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Roger seems to be unstoppable at the moment, doesn't he? Mind you, whenever I say that about a player they go and lose their next match, and Mirnyi is leading Y-Man at the moment - we don't want a repeat of the US Open, do we Roger?
No we most certainly do not want that!! Anyone know if Yevy is not playing as well or Max IS playing well??

Rogi will be busy again tomorrow w sgles and dbles!! He likes the matchplay, so he's got it!
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Must be a very strange feeling, playing with your doubles partner and then facing him on the other side of the net on the same day. Hmm... Roger hasn't played a really big server yet during his winning streak, with the exception of Ljubicic who did after all retire after losing the first set in Marseille. So be on your guard, Rogi!

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I hate it when this board is this slow. 7-6 7-6 Match mirnyi
Yes, Max!!! Oh oh, now he faces his friend and dbles partner Rogi in the semis! And they play their dbles tomorrow too!!

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I hate it if Max and Rogi play against each other, but I will cheer for Rogi off course


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What happened???!!! Juan Carlos retired at 2-1???!!!!

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he rolled his ankle or something


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*sigh*

To top it off, David is getting creamed in the third set of his match

Just not my day I guess

Hopefully he just turned it slightly, and it will be better in a few days. As opposed to a break.

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Must be a very strange feeling, playing with your doubles partner and then facing him on the other side of the net on the same day. Hmm... Roger hasn't played a really big server yet during his winning streak, with the exception of Ljubicic who did after all retire after losing the first set in Marseille. So be on your guard, Rogi!
But the beauty of playing your doubles partner, on the other hand, is you know their game, you know how they play. So it might be in Roger's favor if he knows Max's weaknesses

Will make for a rather awkward doubles match afterwards, maybe, but nonetheless.

Congrats on the win, Max. Zhenya's no pushover on indoor courts (LOL, I think we've said that about almost everyone who's lost )

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What happened???!!! Juan Carlos retired at 2-1???!!!!
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I don't like Raemon reach semifinals this way The tournament site said Juan Carlos will be out for a few weeks


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Geez Louise, Grosjean served for the second set just a moment ago, only to let himself be broken right back - now Escude leads 6-5 in the second and "Seb" is serving to stay in the match. He does have a habit of letting these chances slip away from him, doesn't he?

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