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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

Do you mean players who've played in the same round at every slam or in the same slam in the same round? I think Federer and Soderling have played each other in the QFs of all the slams but AO, and Nadal and Hewitt have played in the third round at RG for like the past four years.

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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

This is the best for me, but this is "only" 3 match.

Chardy def. Gil 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 (2008 US Open - R1)
Chardy def. Gil 7-5, 6-7(1), 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 (2008 Wimbledon - R1)
Chardy def. Gil 6-3, 6-2, 7-6(1) (2008 Roland Garros - R1)

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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

what kind of nonsense are you asking?

so players would have had to play each other 7 times at the same GS... in different round everytime ?

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what kind of nonsense are you asking?

so players would have had to play each other 7 times at the same GS... in different round everytime ?

stop smoking the crack.
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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

Federer has played Hewitt in R32 (USO 2009); R16 (AO 2010 and 2004; Wimbledon 08); QF (Wimbledon 04); SF (2005 Wimbledon and USO) and F (2004 USO).
So only the first two rounds missing. With Hewitt's ranking being quite poor now, it's more likely Fed would get him in an earlier round. Last year at AO, Fed drew #37 Andreev in R128 and got #47 Hanescu in R64.
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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

^^ With Hewitt's luck of the draw, it's a given he'll draw him in R1 or R2 if it's theoretically possible
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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

soderling and fed are also pretty close...3 rounds away they have played a F, QF, R16, and R64... i am gonna look up federer and berdych. then some older players


soderling and nadal have played F, QF, R16, R32, R128...I think they have a pretty good shot to at least get the semi especially if soderling gets to four by the AO

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Federer has played Hewitt in R32 (USO 2009); R16 (AO 2010 and 2004; Wimbledon 08); QF (Wimbledon 04); SF (2005 Wimbledon and USO) and F (2004 USO).
So only the first two rounds missing. With Hewitt's ranking being quite poor now, it's more likely Fed would get him in an earlier round. Last year at AO, Fed drew #37 Andreev in R128 and got #47 Hanescu in R64.
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This is the best for me, but this is "only" 3 match.

Chardy def. Gil 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 (2008 US Open - R1)
Chardy def. Gil 7-5, 6-7(1), 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 (2008 Wimbledon - R1)
Chardy def. Gil 6-3, 6-2, 7-6(1) (2008 Roland Garros - R1)

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what kind of nonsense are you asking?

so players would have had to play each other 7 times at the same GS... in different round everytime ?

stop smoking the crack.
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Federer has played Hewitt in R32 (USO 2009); R16 (AO 2010 and 2004; Wimbledon 08); QF (Wimbledon 04); SF (2005 Wimbledon and USO) and F (2004 USO).
So only the first two rounds missing. With Hewitt's ranking being quite poor now, it's more likely Fed would get him in an earlier round. Last year at AO, Fed drew #37 Andreev in R128 and got #47 Hanescu in R64.
This is what he's asking, and good call on fed-hewitt

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Re: 2 Players That Have Played Each Other At Every Round At A GS?

Rodddick vs Federer:

2003 Wimbledon SF
2004 Wimbledon F
2005 Wimbledon F
2006 US Open F
2007 Aus Open SF
2007 Us Open QF
2009 Aus Open SF
2009 Wimbledon F
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what kind of nonsense are you asking?

so players would have had to play each other 7 times at the same GS... in different round everytime ?

stop smoking the crack.
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