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Miami R2: Zeballos def Simon 6-2 6-3

Beautiful display from Cebolla, but on the other hand, Simon was disastrous.
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Miami 2R: Zeballos beats Injured Simon 6-2 6-3



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Simon playing at the same level as his technique.

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Simon has to be of the 20 seeded players the easiest one to beat by journeymen.

But Zeballos is deffo one of my favourite journeymen, he can get to the top30 no doubt.
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Simon playing at the same level as his technique.
You do realise he was injured and couldn't even run? :retard: And his technique is just fine, thanks.










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At least Federer doesn't have to worry now!
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Re: Miami R2: Zeballos def Simon 6-2 6-3

Simon got treatment at the end of the 1st set on his right knee - I heard the physio mumble 'meniscus'. I hope it's nothing really serious but it didn't look good at all. Kudos for him playing on - hope it wasn't the wrong decision...

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Re: Miami R2: Zeballos def Simon 6-2 6-3

Always nice to see this overrated and overachieving pusher losing; enough time to visit McDonalds and eat his favourite dishes....

Tennis almost died this 5 months when he was beating the top guys;

Almost the same caliber as Boredo; very smart apparently, playin injured, showing his lack of braincells

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Simon, the punter's dream.
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Yeah his technique is awesome, all the kids should be learning from him.

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It must feel awesome to stop playing for six month because of an injury, and to come back to the exact same injury after like 2 weeks of playing... I wonder what Simon is going to do about that, stop playing for a year?
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Re: Miami R2: Zeballos def Simon 6-2 6-3

Not that I'm a doctor or anything but I think if Simon really wants to get better, another break might be good. He still hasn't won a set in any ATP match this year and hasn't looked well in any of them. It's pretty sad.

Having said that, congrats to Zeballos. Hopefully he can be seeded at a slam this year.

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Re: Miami R2: Zeballos def Simon 6-2 6-3

He should just take a frickin break. Its obvious his knee isnt any better.
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