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Toronto R1 Nalbandian def Ferrer 7-5 3-6 6-3

Epic fight... So much breaks in 3rd set.
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shit match, important win.

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WTA stuff.
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nalbandian made over 57 unforced errors and still won
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Too many breaks of serve for my liking, but that was bound to happen when you have two great returners going blow-for-blow behind every serve.

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Nalbandian coming back now is best thing to happen in 2010

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18 winners 57 unforced errors and he still won.

I lolled.

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Ferrer is so mentally weak.
So sad, he used to be really good.

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Dave found a way to win even with the UEs. Has to improve his level for sure. Great for tennis that he's back!
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Mugfest 3rd set. Nalby looking a bit out of gas, Ferrer just fell apart repeatedly - but then if you play clay exhos the week before, perhaps a bit much to expect playing decent stuff on Deco now.
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Ferrer has lost a chance to come back to the top 10.

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Re: Toronto R1 Nalbandian def Ferrer 7-5 3-6 6-3

It's a great win for Nalbandian (particularly coming off the heels of his title in Washington), but I now have serious questions about his fitness once again. Just as in years past, Nalbandian has the shots and ability to hang with anybody, but his level of play seems to severely drop as the match lengthens. I am now convinced that he is not a contender for the USO, as there is no way that he could off multiple best of five set match wins against the top players in his current shape. It's a shame too, as I am a tremendous fan of Nalbandian's clean ball striking.
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Re: Toronto R1 Nalbandian def Ferrer 7-5 3-6 6-3

Not the prettiest match but that's what happens with this matchup. 18-57 is not a good ratio at all

Good win for Nalbandian though, this was a very tough first round draw especially after a long week in DC
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Just got home but apparently I didn't miss much.

Glad David won, though.


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