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What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

It's difficult, because Lleyton has to beat Sodaking in his way, but I see Tomic defeating Andreev.

What would you think of that match?
Who do you want to win?
How would it be?

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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

This imaginary match would be like a dream.....
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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

* the Australian media would go mental.

For the actual game, Hewitt in 3.
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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

it'd be awesome

i'd root for lleyton there

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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

It would be a match to decide highest ranked Aussie!

....although perhaps if LLeyton won he would also have to win the next round to overtake current points earned of Tomic. (that is with this years Wimbledon points earned replacing last years for both players)
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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

I'd vote for Tomic to win for sure given that Tomic is the new hope for Australia and it would be great if his game had begun to evolve. I think that HEWITT will win if this match somehow takes place but let's be honest, Hewitt's days are over, and as much as i love the guy, Australia's hopes for the future rest on Tomic.

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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

Well lets be honest. If Hewitt beats Soderling he'll more likely destroy Tomic...
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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

Dunno, but dang.. when Hewitt won the US Open, Tomic was 8. Dunno what my point is, just dang.

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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

Would root for Lleyton, but Tomic's very impressive these days. Tomic would probably against this aging Lleyton.
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Oh God. It would probably be something awful like Hewitt beating Soderling in a war, and then pulling up tired against Tomic, which would be used to proclaim Tomic as the best Australian player. Ugh, I could see it.
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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

we would see if hewitt is good enough to practice with tomic
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Oh God. It would probably be something awful like Hewitt beating Soderling in a war, and then pulling up tired against Tomic, which would be used to proclaim Tomic as the best Australian player. Ugh, I could see it.
Or perhaps worse....Soderling easily defeats Hewitt, then Tomic defeats Soderling!
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Or perhaps worse....Soderling easily defeats Hewitt, then Tomic defeats Soderling!
Tomic vs Soderling .. the footwork here will be something to behold.

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Or perhaps worse....Soderling easily defeats Hewitt, then Tomic defeats Soderling!
Tomic beating Soda? No way. Soderling is by far not a grass courter but come on, he is not number 5 by accident. Anyway, I would root for Soda/Lleyton.
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Re: What would you think if the imaginary R3 match "Hewitt - Tomic" comes true

I don't think this matchup would be anything special but I'd root for Tomic I guess. Not really a fan of Bernard but Hewitt gets on my nerves.

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