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Baggy is TOP-10 material, hope he won`t stop here.

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Actually I like both players, but Marcos has had a lot of problems with injuries and illnesses so it is nice to see him get a win

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Better player won. Baghdatis should always win this match-up off clay.

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Better player won. Baghdatis should always win this match-up off clay.
Even on clay to be honest. The gulf in ability and talent is huge enough to make surface irrelevant.
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Even on clay to be honest. The gulf in ability and talent is huge enough to make surface irrelevant.
Not really. A piece of shit Monaco (3 years ago) still 3, 2 and 4'd Baggy at RG.

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