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Re: Kremlin Cup: 2nd Round: Jaziri def. [3]Trocki 6-1, 3-6, 6-2

Always good to see Troicki lose. Can't believe this choker almost made top 10
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Re: Kremlin Cup: 2nd Round: Jaziri def. [3]Trocki 6-1, 3-6, 6-2

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It's amazing how this guy is hitting new lows every single week and stil able to have a place in the top 30 of men's professional tennis...

The bottom half of the draw is a joke, IMO. I wouldn't be surprised to see a player lift his first ATP title in this tournament, as Dolgopolov is not too reliable, specially when he's favourite to win something.
The key to his success is his ability to win a round in almost every event that dishes out 45 points for a R1 win (mostly compulsory events too). That leaves him with a with a poor W-L record but a consistent stream of countable points.

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Re: Kremlin Cup: 2nd Round: Jaziri def. [3]Trocki 6-1, 3-6, 6-2

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The key to his success is his ability to win a round in almost every event that dishes out 45 points for a R1 win (mostly compulsory events too). That leaves him with a with a poor W-L record but a consistent stream of countable points.
That's why I am and always will be against this 28-draw system. It allows this mugs to keep their unfair over ranking...

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That's why I am and always will be against this 28-draw system. It allows this mugs to keep their unfair over ranking...
To be fair Troicki has only won one match after a bye this year and that was in Miami. He benefits indirectly from byes: in Master 1000s, top players are bye'd and so Troicki consistently gets easier draws (even though he's generally not seeded) and almost always takes advantage.

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