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Omfg, Djokovic vs Tsonga again

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I think that someone other than Delpo, Murray or Nole will win this event because those 3 guys are still in London and have to play tomorrow. They're gonna be dead tired and adjust to time zones, court surfaces, etc. So it's now the best time for guys like Raonic, Berdych, Isner, other darkhorses to pounce on this chance and win this event.

I would love to see Raonic go deep in this event. Go Raonic!
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Je n'enlève rien à ce que Novak a fait mais je crois qu'il faut encore faire davantage. Rafa a neuf Grands Chelems, moi seize, lui deux.
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Who cares about the draw, I'll predict the finals result:

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This is Tomic's best chance to get a top 4 win. Has just has to beat a qualifier then he faces a tired Djokovic.
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This is Tomic's best chance to get a top 4 win. Has just has to beat a qualifier then he faces a tired Djokovic.
He'll also need to slip sleeping pills into Djoker's scotch if he plans on winning more than 3 games.
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Djokovic can relax, he can win the bronze on sunday, come to Serbia to present it (what a stupid BS) on monday and them fly to Canada on thursday and beat Tomic on wednesday.

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Isner vs Raonic final.
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Haas will barely be able to vulture the first round with this draw.

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Djokovic can relax, he can win the bronze on sunday, come to Serbia to present it (what a stupid BS) on monday and them fly to Canada on thursday and beat Tomic on wednesday.
Or he could just let Delpo take the bronze medal and fly to Toronto

Joking, but surely they won't hold Novak to that contract, will they? He can showcase his medal any time.
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Or he could just let Delpo take the bronze medal and fly to Toronto

Joking, but surely they won't hold Novak to that contract, will they? He can showcase his medal any time.
I agree, I hope they are not that retarded to make him come to Belgrade. But then again they knew that he was going to Toronto right after the OGs even before the OGs started. Why did they even make that stupid contract? I don't rly know did all Serbian athletes sign that contract or just tennis players. I think and hope that they all did so they can let Novak go to Toronto and come home to present the medal and the USO trophie right after the USO

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Or he could just let Delpo take the bronze medal and fly to Toronto

Joking, but surely they won't hold Novak to that contract, will they? He can showcase his medal any time.
He'd go back to Serbia to celebrate finishing third in a tournament, instead of straight to Canada to defend his 2000 points?

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