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Paris R1: Clement d. Flopez 67(8) 76(7) 63

Utter serving contest first two sets, neither reading the other's serve at all - Flopez had 28 aces in those first two sets alone.

Then, 2nd set tiebreak, Flopez doublefaults away the set.

Clement holds opening game of next.

Flopez serves, 15-15.

Doublefault.

Doublefault.

Doublefault.


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That was the only break of the match. Flopez didn't have a single bp himself, so probably didn't deserve to win. Clement was kicking the serve to his backhand constantly, chip return, easy volley winner.
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I should have placed more vCash on Clement.
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Had LaLo MP?

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Good riddance.

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Had LaLo MP?
I've just seen the progress of the match, LaLo hadn't any match point but he was 11 times two points away from victory (4 times at 5:4, 3 times at 6:5 and 4 times in the tie-break: 5:4, 5:5, 6:6, 7:7)

In the 1st set Clement had one set point, at 7:6 in TB.

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clement deserved this.

lopez must be the worse baseliner in the top 100

its a tight tussle between him, ram and dustin brown.
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All serve this flopez

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Lopez needs a break from tennis, he really isn´t this bad.
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Flopez crashes in style: Sextuple-Fault, quite impressive

when was the last time a player Sextuple-Faulted? maybe ritchie, I shoud take a look
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Utter serving contest first two sets, neither reading the other's serve at all - Flopez had 28 aces in those first two sets alone.

Then, 2nd set tiebreak, Flopez doublefaults away the set.

Clement holds opening game of next.

Flopez serves, 15-15.

Doublefault.

Doublefault.

Doublefault.


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That was the only break of the match. Flopez didn't have a single bp himself, so probably didn't deserve to win. Clement was kicking the serve to his backhand constantly, chip return, easy volley winner.
You're wrong.. That would be Verdasco. He double faults WAY more than Lopez.

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You're wrong.. That would be Verdasco. He double faults WAY more than Lopez.
That's true, but never this critically. Doublefault to give away 2nd set, and 3 in a row to give away the only break of the match.

Winner of this match plays Verdasco himself btw :-)
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Flopez indeed

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Yessssssssssssssssss Lalo 5 1st round exits in a row!

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That's true, but never this critically. Doublefault to give away 2nd set, and 3 in a row to give away the only break of the match.

Winner of this match plays Verdasco himself btw :-)
Uhm.. What about the SF of AO 09? Or what about EVERY other match on crucial points? He does it, A LOT. Last match he did it, and the match before that. He is the king of double faults, and yes.. Lopez double faulted badly this match, but I've still seen worse, many times, from Verdasco.

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Re: Paris R1: Clement d. Flopez 67(8) 76(7) 63

Poor ending to a pretty decent year for F-Lo, outside of the US Open, his results have been light the past months. His overall record is very similar to where it usually is, right around .500. Guess he'll never take the next step forward. Today he was playing well, serving effectively, being effective behind it, but completely faltered at the end of the second set tiebreaker and third set with his serve. Only served 26% in the third set.

Arno played a decent match, simple and effective, and competed well. This was a must win match for him, happy to see him fighting for this victory.
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