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Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

no AJ thread? This match was tight in the end, must have been a good one to see. Two real grinders of the game

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that's gotta hurt igor...

luckily igor will be afforded a game of hide the sausage by kirilenko later this evening otherwise his career would have been for nothing...

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luckily igor will be afforded a game of hide the sausage by kirilenko later this evening otherwise his career would have been for nothing...
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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

waiting for Voo or Statracket to post Igor's final set breaker record, surely one of the worst in tennis history
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What were the betting patterns like in this match?

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no AJ thread? This match was tight in the end, must have been a good one to see. Two real grinders of the game
AJ is here only to start match threads when Nadal loses, NID, he's such a hata.
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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4) :WOOHOO:

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What a match, final set tiebreak to end it. Seppi's tiebreak record is also bad (slighty better this season) so this is quite an event.

First set: Seppi sucks, gets broken two times.
Second set: Seppi breaks Igor and saves 3 break points.
Third set: break each, Seppi edges Igor by winning few more return points.

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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

andreev has a fetish for losing 3rd set heartbreakers.
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waiting for Voo or Statracket to post Igor's final set breaker record, surely one of the worst in tennis history
I actually think Seppi may have a worse tiebreak record than Andreev but managed to win this one.

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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

not in final sets....not possible
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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

andreev 0-4 in final set breakers this year alone
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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

ok, a quick count I have him 11-23 for his career (not including world team cup and dead dc rubber)
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ok, a quick count I have him 11-23 for his career (not including world team cup and dead dc rubber)
That's very poor. My 27th of August 2011 article shows the final set tiebreaker record of the then top 40. These players have (had) a lower percentage than Andreev but have played less.

Cilic 0-3
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Tipsarevic 3-8
Verdasco 6-15

Blake's 8-16 record is also pretty bad, and two of those losses came in huge matches. At the US Open, Blake lost in 5th set tiebreakers to Andre Agassi in the 2005 quarter-finals and Tommy Haas in the 2007 4th round.
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Re: Kremlin Cup R1: Seppi def Andreev 2-6 6-3 7-6(4)

Seppi can't serve out sets or matches and Andreev has a poor final set TB, well someone had to win.

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
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