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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 09-07-2012, 01:44 PM
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Re: Best ever performances in straight sets losses?

Henman losing to Hewitt -Queens Club final 2001: 7-6 7-6
Roddick vs that British fellow (I am embarrassed to forget his name, was it Baker?) in 1R Wimbledon 2012

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Nadull was not injured. The reason he was moving like shit near the end of the third set is because of the depression of knowing your opponent is superior in all departments.

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What tournament was it when Federer beat Santoro in straights? That was a pretty damn good match.
Good call. U.S. Open 2005. 2nd round I think. That was an absolutely outstanding match.

Another great loss to Federer was Suzuki (I think) at the 2005 A.O.

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Re: Best ever performances in straight sets losses?

Federer also beat Santoro in the 2004 US Open, the last two sets there were very tight. Federer nearly botched the third set tie-break.
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