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67 hours later, he wins 6-3 in the 5th. phew!

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67 hours later, he wins 6-3 in the 5th. phew!
hehe and even then there was an overrule on match point
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congrats to coria, did he win the 2 points immediately or did it go to deuce?
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Re: Finally....Coria wins

It went to 40-30 and then he had a match point overruled and then he won the point as Moodie hit the ball long.
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i'm pretty sure that if this match had gone on much longer, Guille would have spontaneously combusted!

i think he was so sick of looking at that court, that opponent, those officials.....
thank god it's finally over! now, what time does his next match start later today? (just kidding! i hope. )
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pretty well done, he's about to become quite a force on grass the more and more is winning... well, Moodie is normally no walkover on grass.

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Well done Willy!!!!

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LOL, probably the warm-up was longer than the match
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almost sure of it

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is he playin today again???

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no....I think he´s playing tomorrow

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AT LAST!!!

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He deserved to win it. I hate those matches like 26 76 76 26 10-8 or 76 76 36 76 or those where the winner wins two or more tie-breakers. It's kind of unfair. Coria was the deserving winner today (and yesterday and... )


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Well said!!

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