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0-5 14 22.95%
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20+ 11 18.03%
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post #1 of 58 (permalink) Old 05-23-2011, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

it would be hilarious

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

federer will drop 4 games, imo

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

What a match in front of us

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

A completely necessary thread..

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Who?

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

The combination of Fed having never played his opponent and Fed taking it easy means a score of something like 6-4,6-3,6-4

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Tough one.

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Teixeira..


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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

I'm gonna go with TexMex.
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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

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The combination of Fed having never played his opponent and Fed taking it easy means a score of something like 6-4,6-3,6-4
I think the scoreline will be something similar to this, unless Teixeira becomes a little too overawed at the occasion and makes a whole host of errors in his service games.
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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Tough to vote what will happen in this match as i have no clue who this guy is,never seen him play.Does he have a big serve,good groundstrokes or anything that could make the scoreline decent?
Certainly Federer will win it but it`s tough to see how this match will be played against a complete unknown player not only for Federer but for the regular spectator as well
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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Fred in two.

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Who?
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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

I've said "6-10" but never seen that Teixeira guy

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Re: Roland Garros R2: Teixeira vs. Federer

Tex who? Don't even recognize the name.

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