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View Poll Results: Who takes Japan title?
Del Potro 39 55.71%
Hewitt 9 12.86%
Simon 2 2.86%
Berdych 1 1.43%
Wawrinka 1 1.43%
Monfils 1 1.43%
Stepanek 0 0%
Tsonga 11 15.71%
Gasquet 4 5.71%
Others 2 2.86%
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post #1 of 40 (permalink) Old 10-03-2009, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

Even with the withdrawal of Roger and Andy, still a good field here.
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

Difficult to bet against the US Open champion.
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

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Even with the withdrawal of Roger and Andy, still a good field here.
No, it's not. It's a joke compared to Beijing.
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

The field is a joke compared to Beijing, but still it's not a bad field, more like a decent field.
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

its a good field considering theres also another tournament the same with with other top players entered.

its hard to look past del potro for this, hes been great at picking off these smaller titles even before the US open win.

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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

Well imo if Roger and Andy were playing, i would like this field better than Beijing's
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

Beijing has same points but more cash on offer, so Tokyo lucky the field is as good as it is. Should be easy for Del Potro, but I hope not.

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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

Hard to look past Del Potro for the title, as others say...although Hewitt has given him problems before.

Isner might shake up the bottom half a little bit.
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

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No, it's not. It's a joke compared to Beijing.
A bit, but looking forward to better matches starting from the QF.
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tokyo...and next week shanghai, if he wins this title it will b test to his body again, remember monreal... he was able to win washington mm-title and then struggled whole montreal tournament with his body
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Easy for del Potro
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Re: Who will take Japan Open 2009 title?

None of those names seems too dificult for del potro.
But there are several players who could present him trouble.
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