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What is happening at the Queens?

Out Nadal, Out Murray. Out Djokovic. Out Rodick? What is happening?

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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

contitions are tough and their opponents used them better and played better tennis

that pretty much sums it up
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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

Apocalypse, what else. God forbid someone else stepping it up, such a tragedy for the sport.
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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

Bad day at the office.

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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

I like it when there are lots of lowr ranked players left, adds to the unredictability of who's going to win.

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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

It does seem very odd! Imagine if Dudi Sela wins Queens, I mean where has he been. Also I bet all these players left will go out early at Wimby, they are jokers.

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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

The top players are afraid to get injured before Wimbledon and play safe
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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

Losing to players who maybe might have been better than them that day, hmmmm, shocker.

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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

Problems adjusting to the surface, may be?
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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

If each of the upsets were to happen independently in separate tournaments then perhaps it would not have been much of a surprise. The top 4 seeds all being beaten by a better player on the day early in the same tournament, however, is a deviation from the trend we saw in recent years where the top players dominated the tour.

I don't think it would be wise to read too much into this, other than that if these player's don't step it up a level in the next coupe of week, then (contrary to say the last 6 years where only 3 dfferent men have contested the title) Wimbledon may produce a few surprises.
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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

And Richie, is not playing, he would have a really good shot at the title
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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

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The top players are afraid to get injured before Wimbledon and play safe
Cud be. Players are more likely to fall victims to grass.
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They want to go home to watch the World Cup !
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ARMAGEDDON! First signs for 2012...

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Re: What is happening at the Queens?

Hopefully more of this happens at Wimbledon and USO Series.

Clay was way too effing predictable and people got used to it. There are more upsets on other surfaces.

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