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View Poll Results: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?
Australian Open (Federer, Tsonga, Cilic, Murray) 4 13.33%
French Open (Soderling, Berdych, Melzer, Nadal) 3 10.00%
Wimbledon (Berdych, Djokovic, Murray, Nadal) 13 43.33%
US Open (Nadal, Youzhny, Djokovic, Federer) 10 33.33%
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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-11-2010, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Australian Open:
[1]Federer vs [10]Tsonga
[14]Cilic vs [5]Murray

French Open:
[5]Soderling vs [15]Berdych
[22]Melzer vs [2]Nadal

Wimbledon:
[12]Berdych vs [3]Djokovic
[4]Murray vs [2]Nadal

US Open:
[1]Nadal vs [12]Youzhny
[3]Djokovic vs [2]Federer

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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

I liked the French Open one mainly because of Melzer making it so far for the first time in his career. I thought it was a really touching story and a great reward for someone who's persevered through the years that he got to play some great tennis and get that far.

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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

The AO semis lineup was a total mugfest, apart from Federer. So far we've not really had any classic SF or F matches this year in slams, so hopefully that will be corrected this weekend.

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David Ferrer - Tommy Haas - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Andy Roddick - Juan Carlos Ferrero - Mardy Fish
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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Here are my favourites for 2011:

Australian Open:
Brands vs M. Djokovic
Guccione vs Koellerer

French Open:
[26] M. Djokovic vs Qureshi
[19]Robredo vs [7]Roddick

Wimbledon:
Safin vs Hernandez
Vassallo Arguello vs Ramirez-Hidalgo

US Open:
[5]M. Djokovic vs GGL
[6]N. Djokovic vs O. Rochus
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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Djokovic Jr. to be world no. 1 by the end of 2011?!

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David Ferrer - Tommy Haas - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Andy Roddick - Juan Carlos Ferrero - Mardy Fish
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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Wimbledon wins, sorry. (MVA over The King, best match of all time)

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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Wimbledon would have been the best if Federer had beaten Berdych to make the semis.

As it is, I chose the Australian Open because I like all four of those players.

Proud fan of Olderer, the GOAT.
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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Wimby for sure

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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

My preference:

1. Wimbledon
2. US Open
3. Roland Garros
4. Australian Open

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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

Wimbledon. Usually the best Slam in terms of lineup. No exception this year.

Tennis has Great Games & Great Personalities.

We also have Andy Murray.
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Re: Your favorite SF line up for Grand Slams in 2010?

US Open is obviously the best seeding wise.

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