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Re: Tipsarevic walks past the Mines of Moriya 6-4 6-4

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First time I've used it actually.
No, I've seen you use it before.

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Show me where I've used it before.

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Re: Tipsarevic walks past the Mines of Moriya 6-4 6-4

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Show me where I've used it before.
You asked for it so don't get mad:

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Look up at the majority of mugs Frauder Mugerer has beaten in those GS finals . Even my grandma would dominate them.

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Tsonga's approaches were worse than my Grandma's, of course Rafa's BH passes were excellent,

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However you failed to mention Olderer taking advantage of an extremely weak era at the time, where even your 250-year old grandma could do even better (hence Nole 2011, being far more superior). How disappointing of you

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Re: Bangkok R2 : Tipsarevic walks past the Mines of Moriya 6-4 6-4

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moRIYA has great touch and feel on the court, was watching some of their match a bit on tennischannel a few minutes ago and his play surprised me. a little reckless, like many challenger players, but often effective. what's interesting about a player like him is that he is willing to take risks and that is always fun to watch

hope to see more from him in the future (and the constant LOTR references are definitely a bit of fun)
Same here, I was impressed with Moriya's performance knowing he is relatively young and inexperienced against top players. I think he hit quite a few more winners than expected against a player like Janko who tracks everything down.

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