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Madrid QF : Berdych def. Verdasco 6-1 6-2

Verdasco already did his job this week, but Berdych was pretty solid today will have to step it up against del Po in the semis.

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Re: Madrid QF : Berdych def. Verdasco 6-1 6-2

Too good, Verdasco.
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Career changing win for Verdasco.
A career changing match yesterday... not.

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Berdych is playing amazingly on this surface.

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I am gonna enjoy Berdych - Del Potro SF.

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the good work has already been done, time to relax now

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Expected. I was surprised he even took more than one game.

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Re: Madrid QF : Berdych def. Verdasco 6-1 6-2

Fiasco living up to his name.
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Re: Madrid QF : Berdych def. Verdasco 6-1 6-2

Expected in some sense, yesterday's achievement against Nadal, cost Verdasco too much in every department, reminds me of Roddick's win in Miami against Federer, on the following day A-Rod had nothing to show facing Monaco.

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Re: Madrid QF : Berdych def. Verdasco 6-1 6-2

Very much expected result.
Berdych might be the only one who appears to be enjoying this surface - he's been cruising so far.
Berdych - Del Potro is a match to watch out for.

Verdasco only proved here that his victory yesterday was for 90% due to it having been a matter of Nadal succeeding in a brutal attempt of beating himself.
Never mind, QF of a masters, good result anyhows.

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Re: Madrid QF : Berdych def. Verdasco 6-1 6-2

Fiasco will always be a legend in the game. Berdych has to much to bring to the table on fast courts/conditions for claycourters like Nando and Nadal had he played.

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