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BNP Paribas Masters

Single Draw

(1) RODDICK, Andy USA/Bye
GROSJEAN, Sebastien FRA v. DENT, Taylor USA

qualifier v. MONFILS, Gael FRA
Bye/(16) HRBATY, Dominik SVK


(10) FERRER, David ESP/Bye
MASSU, Nicolas CHI v. MIRNYI, Max BLR

PAVEL, Andrei ROM v. HAAS, Tommy GER
Bye/(5) NALBANDIAN, David ARG


Doubles Draw

(1) BJORKMAN, Jonas SWE/MIRNYI, Max BLR v. GAUDIO, Gaston ARG/PUERTA, Mariano ARG
HRBATY, Dominik SVK/JOHANSSON, Thomas SWE v. CERMAK, Frantisek CZE/DAMM, Martin CZE

(4) KNOWLES, Mark BAH/NESTOR, Daniel CAN v. FERRER, David ESP/ROBREDO, Tommy ESP
NALBANDIAN, David ARG/PRIETO, Sebastian ARG v. (WC) BENNETEAU, Julien FRA/MAHUT, Nicolas FRA

What a gay draw for nalby one time again

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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

crappy draw

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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

Yucky draw...at least he has the opp to gain some points, since he didn't play here last year.

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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

Paris draw already out? I'm so completely focused on Basel right now I completely forgot all about Paris...

But the draw could be worse methinks...

If I've calculated correctly, David is now 4 points behind Gaston (and will hopefully add another few points in Basel) so maybe (hopefully) he won't need that many points from Paris anyway... Of course always depending on how "the others" will do...

BTW: Has Lleyton withdrawn?
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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

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BTW: Has Lleyton withdrawn?
Yes.
Now, it's Roger, Rafa, Carlos, Andre, and Lleyton.

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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

it would be so great to see david playing the master in shangai

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It would be. In order for that to happen, David has to win this tournament and reach the quarters of Paris....this, of course, assuming that Davydenko loses his opening round match.

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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

Davydenko is now playing wonderfully, and I believe he's gonna win more matches.
David has a tough trip.
Beside. Gaudio is good someshow.

Something changes
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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

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Davydenko is now playing wonderfully, and I believe he's gonna win more matches.
David has a tough trip.
Beside. Gaudio is good someshow.
Thus far, Davydenko's had a poor indoor season, while David and Ivan have had impressive results. If that trend continues, I'm afraid that those two will edge him out for a place in Shanghai. Fortunately, David and Nik are on the opposite sides of the draw in Paris, and Agassi will have to wait until this tournament is over to see if his place is still secure.

If Davydenko loses in his opening round match, and David makes it to the quarters (assuming, of course, that he wins Basel), David will make Shanghai. And Ljubicic? He must make the semis (and David would have to lose in the quarters) to beat out David for a place and win Paris to knock Davydenko out.

That's a lot of math. Then again, I never said math was my strong suit. In the meantime, we must sit back and watch.

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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

And the full draw:


(1) RODDICK, Andy USA/Bye
GROSJEAN, Sebastien FRA v. DENT, Taylor USA
qualifier v. MONFILS, Gael FRA
Bye/(16) HRBATY, Dominik SVK
(10) FERRER, David ESP/Bye
MASSU, Nicolas CHI v. MIRNYI, Max BLR
PAVEL, Andrei ROM v. HAAS, Tommy GER
Bye/(5) NALBANDIAN, David ARG

(4) PUERTA, Mariano ARG/Bye
qualifier v. HANESCU, Victor ROM
(WC) CLEMENT, Arnaud FRA v. KIEFER, Nicolas GER
Bye/(14) ROBREDO, Tommy ESP
(9) JOHANSSON, Thomas SWE/Bye
qualifier v. ROCHUS, Christophe BEL
ROCHUS, Olivier BEL v. BLAKE, James USA
Bye/(6) LJUBICIC, Ivan CRO

(8) STEPANEK, Radek/Bye
LOPEZ, Feliciano v. MALISSE, Xavier
SANGUINETTI, Davide v. MATHIEU, Paul-Henri
Bye/(11) GONZALEZ, Fernando
(15) ANCIC, Mario/Bye
HENMAN, Tim v. SPADEA, Vincent
RUSEDSKI, Greg v. qualifier
Bye/(3) DAVYDENKO, Nikolay

(7) GAUDIO, Gaston/Bye
NIEMINEN, Jarkko v. (WC) SANTORO, Fabrice
qualifier v. VERDASCO, Fernando
Bye/(12) GINEPRI, Robby
(13) FERRERO, Juan Carlos/Bye
qualifier v. (WC) SERRA, Florent
BERDYCH, Tomas v. NOVAK, Jiri
Bye/(2) CORIA, Guillermo

Something changes
Something remains
Good Luck to: David Nalbandian , Andy Roddick ,
Marat Safin, Richard Gasquet

You all simply the best!
Bryans Roger Gaston Pim Mardy Lopez Rafa
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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

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Thus far, Davydenko's had a poor indoor season, while David and Ivan have had impressive results. If that trend continues, I'm afraid that those two will edge him out for a place in Shanghai. Fortunately, David and Nik are on the opposite sides of the draw in Paris, and Agassi will have to wait until this tournament is over to see if his place is still secure.

If Davydenko loses in his opening round match, and David makes it to the quarters (assuming, of course, that he wins Basel), David will make Shanghai. And Ljubicic? He must make the semis (and David would have to lose in the quarters) to beat out David for a place and win Paris to knock Davydenko out.

That's a lot of math. Then again, I never said math was my strong suit. In the meantime, we must sit back and watch.
Agreed!
What we can do right now is to wait and see.
Whatsoever, I believe David will try his best and show his ambition.
Now the problem is : can David win Basel? So far it is still a proble.
We just assume these results with a positive attitude

Something changes
Something remains
Good Luck to: David Nalbandian , Andy Roddick ,
Marat Safin, Richard Gasquet

You all simply the best!
Bryans Roger Gaston Pim Mardy Lopez Rafa
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Re: BNP Paribas Masters

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If Davydenko loses in his opening round match, and David makes it to the quarters (assuming, of course, that he wins Basel), David will make Shanghai. And Ljubicic? He must make the semis (and David would have to lose in the quarters) to beat out David for a place and win Paris to knock Davydenko out.
David winning two matches and making to the quarters means that Ivan'd need an outstanding tournament and reaching the final. (to leave David behind)
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Then I stand corrected. Ivan was eliminated early from Lyon, which means he gained no points (I guess because he used up all his optional points?), while David could gain 49 points to make up for his "fifth-best result" in Rotterdam. If David ends up winning, then Ivan HAS to win Paris to overtake Davydenko and reach the final to overtake David.

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Ferrer.
I hope Nalbo's not too tired, cause he can some damage there. He needs the points for Shanghai and for his ranking. He's now 12th in the entry rankings.
Bonne chance en Paris Nalbo. (some one correct me if I got that wrong in French.)
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Ferrer.
I hope Nalbo's not too tired, cause he can some damage there. He needs the points for Shanghai and for his ranking. He's now 12th in the entry rankings.
Bonne chance en Paris Nalbo. (some one correct me if I got that wrong in French.)
Oh yeah!!! Froggy awaits. In that case, forget Shanghai.

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