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CH Geneva R1: Jaziri def. [Q] Stakhovsky 6-4 4-6 6-4

Stakhovsky didn't enter here originally so he had to qualify. Jaziri is the defending champ here and will be out of the top 100 if he loses early.

Watching this match, I can see why Sergiy's ranking has slipped. Passive too often, terrible forehand errors and mediocre returning. His forehand has never been a strength but he hit I'd say around 25 into the net without any real pressure.

Jaziri was up and down but had some moments where he hit great shots. But hopefully he loses early because he's proven he's not an ATP player this season.
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Re: CH Geneva R1: Jaziri def. [Q] Stakhovsky 6-4 4-6 6-4

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Re: CH Geneva R1: Jaziri def. [Q] Stakhovsky 6-4 4-6 6-4

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Stakhovsky didn't enter here originally so he had to qualify. Jaziri is the defending champ here and will be out of the top 100 if he loses early.

Watching this match, I can see why Sergiy's ranking has slipped. Passive too often, terrible forehand errors and mediocre returning. His forehand has never been a strength but he hit I'd say around 25 into the net without any real pressure.

Jaziri was up and down but had some moments where he hit great shots. But hopefully he loses early because he's proven he's not an ATP player this season.
Do you ever think before you post? How has Jaziri proven any such thing? He's a player who has worked hard and achieved his best ever ranking this season. Why you would hope he loses just because he hasn't met your irrational criteria for being an ATP player is beyond me.
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