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Sydney Final: Niemenen def Benneteau 6-2, 7-5

I don't want to disrespect Julien's fans, but when a guy that can't win a single rally, with 5 shots or more long, loses a match, tennis is always a winner. I mean he as an awesome S&V, bet he is cluess on the rest of his game. I didn't watch any match of him, this week, but I can't stop myself how this guy did to the final.

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Horrible tournament, shit organizers, sad final.

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Congrats Jarkko
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Unfortunatelly Benneteau couldn't get his first title not even this time and I don't know if he'll get a better chance ever
Congrats to Jarkko for improving on his finals record
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Re: Sydney Final: Nieminen beats Benneteau 6-2 7-5

Julien 0/6 in ATP finals.

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Yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

So happy! Jarkko .

Benneteau was bad in the first set despite breaking Jarkko's opening service game. He improved in the second set, only to choke the final game. He did save one MP at 4*-5 though with a gutsy forehand.

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Congrats Jarkko Big thing for him and Finnish tennis
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Benneteau miss another chance to win his first title. Too bad, it was probably his best chance, and one of the last if none the last.

Very happy too see Nieminem clinch it though. When was the last time a qualifier won a title? Stak at St Petersburg 2009?
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Julien 0/6 in ATP finals.
I should Roddick would be happy to making finals of any sort nowadays.

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Congrats, Jarkko!

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Julien too, for a great week!

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I should Roddick would be happy to making finals of any sort nowadays.
Murray 0/9 in slams finals.

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Murray 0/9 in slams finals.

Roddick will making at least ATP250 finals again, no doubt man.
I suppose someone is just learning how to count. It goes 1, 2, 3. Not 1, 2, 9.

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I suppose someone is just learning how to count. It goes 1, 2, 3. Not 1, 2, 9.
He means sets.

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He means sets.
He should learn how to type what he means.

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