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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-17-2011, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

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personally id like to see 1 on 1 matchups

you know, like the 60s
where 2 players played 50 matches over a month

fedal playing 50 matches in 2005-2007 would have been awesome

probably huge lopsided in federer's favor
vs who? Phillipousis?

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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

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so stupid
you have one of the thickest skulls on this forum so I don't take anything you say like an insult you don't know different.


I still think this is a good idea. It would make things more interesting

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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

I didn't get the memo that it was Let's Bump Every Idiotic Idea Ever Conceived Of Day.


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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

Bo3, no 2nd serve, consolation draws...

WTF is MTF smoking?

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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

How bad is this idea? Who wants to watch Fognini tank twice in the same tournament?

No more slams for you!
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Re: Consolation draws in ATP

Why are so many people retiring, especially men's draw ?

Are they really injured or not fit enough ? Do they still get money for competing in the match??
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