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Biggest comebacks of the season

tsonga and djokovic beating federer down from 2 sets to love in Wimby and USO respectively are the best comebacks of the year according to the ATP - http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Ten...s-Of-2011.aspx

any other good comebacks?

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Dodig coming back to score the lucky win against Nadal will be the highlight of his mediocre career.
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#4 was not a comeback
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Stop being a bitter gimp for 2 seconds.
It's not bitterness, it's the truth. Mugdig lucked out against zero confidence Nadal. It sickens me that this clown beat the GOAT.
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It's not bitterness, it's the truth. Mugdig lucked out against zero confidence Nadal. It sickens me that this clown beat the GOAT.
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#4 was not a comeback
Neither was #1 then. Both were epic chokes

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Yeah, there's a difference between a choke and a comeback. You wouldn't call Gaudio's win a comeback, that was a textbook choke.

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According to the ATP any 'big' comeback, match, etc. has to include a top 4 player 99% of the time. It's pathetic to say the least.
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Neither was #1 then. Both were epic chokes
how did Fed choke? ....first match point Novak hits a clean winner...second match point Fed was unlucky....when the fuck did he choke...Novak hit like 10 winners in the last 3 games ....
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I thought Nole came back well at the end of it.
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Kubot over Almagro and Robert over Berdych in RG because the were clear outsiders and won from 0-2 playing real offensive tennis.

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how did Fed choke? ....first match point Novak hits a clean winner...second match point Fed was unlucky....when the fuck did he choke...Novak hit like 10 winners in the last 3 games ....
djokovic had excellent court positioning during the double fault for the break
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djokovic had excellent court positioning during the double fault for the break
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