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Moscow SF: Tipsarevic def. Davydenko 6-2 7-5

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Re: Moscow SF: Tipsarevic def. Davydenko 6-2 7-5

Another one of those gifted titles. Well done Davydenko.
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i thin Troicki won't be an easy bite for janko but we shall see .

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Re: Moscow SF: Tipsarevic def. Davydenko 6-2 7-5

One great season for Tipsy. Wouldn't go as far as saying he'll win, you never know with this great man. Nice for him to face him compatriot though.

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Re: Moscow SF: Tipsarevic def. Davydenko 6-2 7-5

Ugh. What a gallery of missed opportunities from Denko in that second set, where he was most definitely the better player on most occasions. Got 284730740174 BPs, failed to convert (in all honesty: a lot of it due to Tipsy's gutsy play) and of course gets broken himself at the tail end of set #2. Where's the barf-smiley when you need it.

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Another title for Tipsarevic? 2011 has been very kind to him.

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Re: Moscow SF: Tipsarevic def. Davydenko 6-2 7-5

Trocki plays a bit stiff while Janko is more flexible and that's why I give him more chances...
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Re: Moscow SF: Tipsarevic def. Davydenko 6-2 7-5

Granted, kolya went really passive after getting 0-40 on 5-4 in the 2nd set, but i think he did something to his groin again on the deep shot from tipsy at 15-40. He was moving around gingerly after that and the pace of his shots were gone.

I expect Janko to get his 2nd atp title tomorrow.
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That was a stunning ending from Tipsarevic. I have an ever-increasing dislike for the guy, but you can't deny he's clutch atm.
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Kolya played pretty well in the second but choked it away in a disgusting manner.

I hope Tipsy takes the title, though.

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Because this was was tragic from Davydenko- winning the rallies in such style and collapsing at just the wrong moments- 3 set points evaporated, after have several break points earlier in the set. Just

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