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Re: Will Toronto be a washout? Nadal, Ferrer, Verdasco & Monfils withdraw

A tournament without Nadull cant be a washout. I hope Federer and Djokovic go to it, though. Murray isnt a factor anyway, so yeah.

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The ATP had to have realized that with so many of the top players participating at the Olympics in both singles & doubles that something like this was bound to happen. Expecting players to travel & make a sudden transition to another surface that quickly was unrealistic to say the least. Did the ATP give any thoughts to perhaps scheduling Toronto & Cincy a week later this year? Although this would have not been the perfect solution & participation at Cincy may have suffered somewhat as a result, it would surely be better than the mass exodus we are witnessing now. This is particularly unfair to a player like Djokovic who is defending 1000 pts in the Rogers Cup and will now probably have to W/D or tank to avoid physical injury/exhaustion.
This is bound to happen when the length of the season is reduced(without reducing the number of major tournaments).

And when you talk about unfairness, surely it is more unfair to Federer, who has to defend 3000 points in three weeks at the end of the season.
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Davydenko to win Toronto

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So far :

- Nadal's, Monfils's and Ferrero's withdrawals are not related to the Olympics

- Verdasco and Wawrinka lost early in the Olympics, we don't know why they withdrew (at least I didn't read that anywhere), that may be an injury, that may be "personal"

- Ferrer I don't know why he withdrew either

and such withdrawals could have happened without the Olympics anyway

if there's a "washout", we will know it in next days only.

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Roddick's withdrawal is official :

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he was only an alternate and withdrew

but Nalbandian and Haas are in

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he was only an alternate and withdrew

but Nalbandian is in, Haas nearly in
LOLwut ? you serious ?

so .... Davydenko gonna retire soon .............. cause of his statement

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LOLwut ? you serious ?

so .... Davydenko gonna retire soon .............. cause of his statement
you mean because he said he would retire if he can't enter Masters 1000 main draws ?

well I don't know he's had a baby 2 months ago : it's a specific period and people's opinions may change living such events

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you mean because he said he would retire if he can't enter Masters 1000 main draws ?

well I don't know he's had a baby 2 months ago : it's a specific period and people's opinions may change living such events
Yes the same statement ... ...
btw where are you finding the acceptance list of the tournaments

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Yes the same statement ... ...
btw where are you finding the acceptance list of the tournaments
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as I said, he said that one day but his opinions may change : many tennis players have said something about retiring and changed their mind later, and many people have said something and changed their opinion after having a baby

it seems that he played quite well during the Olympics, even in doubles

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"Will Toronto be a washout?"

Nope, it'll be the 6th slam right after the 5th slam, Washington.

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No Roddick is a def washout

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Should be fun (as long as someone like Pico doesn't win)

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Murray/Pico in the final book it

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