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Madrid 2R: Tipsarevic d. Delbonis 7-6 6-7 6-3

On Stadium 3.
Tipsarevic had a match point in the 2nd set tie-break (Delbonis' service winner). Tipsy has won 5 matches losing a match point-up set. Disappointing performance from Delbonis in the decider where he quickly lost 3 games, he should have tried much more because it was a possibility to get the best result so far. There's no fire in the youngsters, it's weird that Nadal or Djokovic's attitude doesn't influence them

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unfortunately another Simon QF appearance is looming. Would be great though if GGL had a field day or two and produced another Masters run.

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Re: Madrid 2R: Tipsarevic d. Delbonis 7-6 6-7 6-3

Del Bonis has a big serve and a big forehand, but the backhand needs work.

Tipsy slipped a few times in this match but the surface suits him well. Could even make SF.

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Acting like Delbonis lost because he wasn't trying hard is both absurd and idiotic. Just because he's not breaking rackets or swearing up a storm it doesn't mean he doesn't care.
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Acting like Delbonis lost because he wasn't trying hard is both absurd and idiotic. Just because he's not breaking rackets or swearing up a storm it doesn't mean he doesn't care.
Do Nadal or Djokovic swear and throw racquets? Go suck Farrison's cock you moron

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Re: Madrid 2R: Tipsarevic d. Delbonis 7-6 6-7 6-3

Impressive performance from del bonis. Hopefully he can gain confidence and kick on.
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Re: Madrid 2R: Tipsarevic d. Delbonis 7-6 6-7 6-3

I liked the umpire's decisions. Do you happen to know who she was?

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Re: Madrid 2R: Tipsarevic d. Delbonis 7-6 6-7 6-3

Good effort from federico.

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But he lost 23 times against you.
's right. We have to also throw into the mix. But I do not think it is currently the decisive factor. But he has achieved in my opinion too much. Maybe this is crucial if I move him even closer after major victories. But 14 or 17 Grand Slam titles is a significant difference. At the present time there is no question that he must be the greater player than me.

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Do Nadal or Djokovic swear and throw racquets? Go suck Farrison's cock you moron
Farrison? What does that even mean?
Maybe MTF isn't the right place for you if you get so worked up by a blunt but harmless comment like mine
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Farrison? What does that even mean?
It's an antithesis of Close(r)rison... son, and it's my last message to you since you're already on my ignore list. I don't have any need to talk with people who don't understand simple sentences and project notices about favorite players on personal feelings.

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Disappointed Fed couldn't close this out, but still a good effort.

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DelBo is rising his level, probably the most underrated player among the promising youngsters.

The way he get rid of Ramos was impressive, today he played a great match, but lost in key moments where the experience of Fixy took advantage over him.

If he can finish 2012 as top50 will be awesome.

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Top 50 would be a big jump. I would be happy if he broke the 100 before wimbledon, he could win a round or two in wimbledon with his serve and the low forehand looked good.

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But he lost 23 times against you.
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Tipsarevic had a match point in the 2nd set tie-break (Delbonis' service winner). Tipsy has won 5 matches losing a match point-up set. Disappointing performance from Delbonis in the decider where he quickly lost 3 games, he should have tried much more because it was a possibility to get the best result so far. There's no fire in the youngsters, it's weird that Nadal or Djokovic's attitude doesn't influence them

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Sirianni 	7-5 6-2, 6-7(6) 0-6 6-0		1 mp	
Monfils 	6-4 6-7(8) 6-3			1 mp
Kavcic 		6-2 6-7(8) 6-3			1 mp
Verdasco 	6-4 6-7(5) 6-3			3 mp
Delbonis	7-6(5) 6-7(6) 6-3		1 mp

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