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Bercy importance for WTF?

Since WTF moved to London the winners of bercy (who also entered wtf) havent really performed well in the WTF.

Djokovic 2009 and Soderling 2010.

my question for this is. will this happend again and how eager are the players to win this title?

also keep in mind that Nadal pulled out of Bercy to be fully fit for WTF.
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Re: Bercy importance for WTF?

To be fair, Djokovic didn't really do badly in 2009, he won 2 matches and lost 1, just didn't make it through the RR stage.

Dodig isn't playing WTF this year though, so pointless question
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Re: Bercy importance for WTF?

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To be fair, Djokovic didn't really do badly in 2009, he won 2 matches and lost 1, just didn't make it through the RR stage.

Dodig isn't playing WTF this year though, so pointless question
i agree with ur opinion, its the last tourny of regular season so many wants to finish strong.


but still bercy is kinda pointless for those who are are already certain or already qualified for WTF. by the looks of the race rankings to date, the players behind the cut need to make a heroic performance to go to WTF.

when u win bercy u get high expectations for WTF, but both of these guys failed it. is this years 2 major final events going in same direction or we gonna see a winner that had no chance for WTF and instead build ups momentum for 2012?
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