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So Nole won't be withdrawing from this one?

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I don't see Murray getting past Raonic if he doesn't withdraw. Querry has a good shot taking down Djokovic too.

Basically all those top players who are still playing at the OG this weekend are not gonna make it deep in Toronto, having to adjust to time and surface differences.
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Berdych better stop the vultures Fish/Monaco from reaching Semi's. Isner and Raonic with a great shot here.

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This masters is going to suck monkey balls.

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Berdych better stop the vultures Fish/Monaco from reaching Semi's. Isner and Raonic with a great shot here.
Come on, Monaco is a complete non-factor on real american hc.
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This masters is going to suck monkey balls.
Why? With so many top players out, Roddick and other American players actually have a chance to make it far!

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A non top 4 player might actually win a masters. They will never have a better chance.

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Assuming the draw remains like this, the winner of Novak vs Delpo in the QF will take the title, it will a de facto final, especially if Murray withdraws.
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A bit tough, but Haas will get the job done by beating Berdych in the final.
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why are you surprised Nole gets a hard draw? That's a given.
Berdych vs Monaco

Tsonga vs Tipsy

Murray vs Isner

Nole Vs DELPO

I don't think Nole gets a hard Drive.

DEL PO may only play one good match because the guy is Roger Federer who made him play his best match since 2009

It's still easy for Nole

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A bit tough, but Haas will get the job done by beating Berdych in the final.
You are forgetting that Donald Young is in the draw...

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Murray really should have withdrawn before the draw. He's got mixed doubles and the singles F still to come... Really very stupid of him, he should never even land in Canada.

If Nole comes into this one with the will to win he can take this one so easily. Only Delpo in his way really, but coming to think about it Delpo deserves something with his recent form. Ok then maybe not a cake walk for Nole, but probably the easiest masters draw he'll ever have.

Gutted for Delpo, he should have had an easy draw at least to SF here.
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Berdych vs Monaco

Tsonga vs Tipsy

Murray vs Isner

Nole Vs DELPO

I don't think Nole gets a hard Drive.

DEL PO may only play one good match because the guy is Roger Federer who made him play his best match since 2009

It's still easy for Nole
I hope you're joking man. Nole and Delpo are undoubtedly two of the three best players in the draw (the best two beyond any doubt if Murray withdraws), the draw was very harsh on both of them by pitting them to face each other in QF.

Do you really think Monaco, Isner and Tipsy are of the same class as Delpo? I surely hope you don't. Draw couldn't be tougher for Nole here.

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Re: Toronto Draw

Depends how Murray is feeling, but he might fancy this draw. Bye and quali opening two rounds, nice. Then two serve bots, Raonic and Isner ...... and not exactly the quickest court around. Not much running around needed there, just serve well and hit a few big returns. Semi, Berdych? OK, tricky, but not Nadal or Federer.
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