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Dumbass Fed, why you no prepare for indoorseason?
No Fed, no Swiss win

then they fall so far away from world group and it takes years to get back there, he's trying to keep the DC options open for the near future

when i heard him saying in a interview a few months ago he considered skipping Indian Wells and Miami this year, shows maybe his mind is thinking more about trying to win a DC title soon
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No Fed, no Swiss win
then they fall so far away from world group and it takes years to get back there, he's trying to keep the DC options open for the near future

when i heard him saying in a interview a few months ago he considered skipping Indian Wells and Miami this year, shows maybe his mind is thinking more about trying to win a DC title soon
really? you do realize they are playing the Netherlands right? Wawrinka will obliterate any dutch player and even Chiudinelli stands a pretty good chance to win against Haase, de Bakker, and the rest of the gang.

As much as I appreciate his sense of duty towards is country...nah I don't appreciate that at all. The swiss team will win this without him, he should stay home and focus on ending the year as #1.
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Haase would beat Wawrinka

De Bakk would beat other swiss mug
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He should skip those stupid matches and focus at gathering points to have a chance for YE no 1.Switzerland won't win the Davis cup anyway.

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Haase would beat Wawrinka

De Bakk would beat other swiss mug
de Bakker is useless and Haase is not going to beat Stan..
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why mess with the working recipe? DC pumped him up last year this time, here's hoping it can do it again.

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I think Federer is looking for the last big title he can truly wins. As long as Wawa stays a top 20 they can make it, it wont be easy though.


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Good on ya, Roger! It's not going to be that taxing!
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Fed knows Stan throws the towel when he leaves all the DC work to him
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really? you do realize they are playing the Netherlands right? Wawrinka will obliterate any dutch player and even Chiudinelli stands a pretty good chance to win against Haase, de Bakker, and the rest of the gang.

As much as I appreciate his sense of duty towards is country...nah I don't appreciate that at all. The swiss team will win this without him, he should stay home and focus on ending the year as #1.
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de Bakker is useless and Haase is not going to beat Stan..
http://www.daviscup.com/en/results/t...ieId=100014752
http://www.daviscup.com/en/results/t...ieId=100007698

the swiss team has won only in Belarus and with Poland since 2004 when Fed hasnt played. Those teams didnt have any top 150 player in singles. Haase and Sijsling are in top 100

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i live really really close to where they are building the court and stances. It is an absolute horror-show and I'm not even gonna start about the weather here..

Dumbass Fed, why you no prepare for indoorseason?
didn't know they are going to play outdoor, seems quite stupid given Holland's weather.
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didn't know they are going to play outdoor, seems quite stupid given Holland's weather.
maybe it's tactics? also it is played in a public park, next to the train tracks...
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really? you do realize they are playing the Netherlands right? Wawrinka will obliterate any dutch player and even Chiudinelli stands a pretty good chance to win against Haase, de Bakker, and the rest of the gang.

As much as I appreciate his sense of duty towards is country...nah I don't appreciate that at all. The swiss team will win this without him, he should stay home and focus on ending the year as #1.


You are underestimating your own players and seriously overestimating Chiudinelli. Would be a very tight one without Fed.
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