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Weak bottom half of the Top 10 :

These underachievers make the dubious distinction of adding to what will probably be considered one of the weakest top 10 lists in the game:

7th Robredo , T.
8th Ljubicic , I.
9th Blake , J.
10th Murray , A.

Sure, they all can have a decent win here and there but at any given time, a player ranked in the 50's could kick their arse.

Are the days of dominating players over ?
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Re: Weak bottom half of the Top 10 :

OR are today's Top 50 players much better than ever before?
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Re: Weak bottom half of the Top 10 :

i wouldnt include murray in that list, but the others... yeah

GOOD LUCK: Safin, Murray, Ancic, Gasquet, Tipsarevic, Tsonga, Isner, Santoro.
BOO: Puerta, Davydenko, Kiefer, Ljubicic, Canas and all the DOPERS.

There is also a very special place in my heart for the three greatest WTA players of all time ---- Martina Hingis, Lindsay Davenport, and Monica Seles!!!
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Re: Weak bottom half of the Top 10 :

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These underachievers make the dubious distinction of adding to what will probably be considered one of the weakest top 10 lists in the game:

7th Robredo , T.
8th Ljubicic , I.
9th Blake , J.
10th Murray , A.

Sure, they all can have a decent win here and there but at any given time, a player ranked in the 50's could kick their arse.

Are the days of dominating players over ?


I don't think anyone would consider Robredo an underachiever. I think with the talent he has he is one of the greatest overachievers in the game right now.
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These underachievers make the dubious distinction of adding to what will probably be considered one of the weakest top 10 lists in the game:

7th Robredo , T.
8th Ljubicic , I.
9th Blake , J.
10th Murray , A.

Sure, they all can have a decent win here and there but at any given time, a player ranked in the 50's could kick their arse.

Are the days of dominating players over ?
Every era was full of clowns (tennis history lesson)
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