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This. He seemed a 25 years old guy today.
Fed is still great when he can attack freely, and he could do that today. But like BroTree said, this means very little going forward because Janko can't force Roger to defend like for example Delpo can. And it is in defense (or rather, the transition from defense to attack) that Roger has declined the most.

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Hold on, using this logic, then Ferrer & Tipsy > Berdych. And you're saying Federer has the easier draw? Well done.
Vulture is Olderer turkey not Nole one. Djokovic lost before to Ferrer. Olderer got group with every single choker against him. NO matter how u twist it tard its a fact.

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you're right, ferrer is indeed a hard opponent. just won paris indoor and has beaten djokovic and murray last year here.
Sure he beat injured Mugray and Nole. Olderer w.o legs would beat his turkey.

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fed's movement was great, don't remember when was that good last time

53rd consecutive hold of serve against Tipsarevic for Fed. Hasn't lost the serve since their AO meeting and faced just 2 BPs in that period. Proud top 10-er our Tipsy
To be fair, he can play a good match against anyone else in top 10, but the matches against Fedal are mere technicality

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come on, haters, admit it....you all hoped for a win for tipsy today and now you're calling him useless and hopeless...whatta disgusting group of haters...
No matter how much you hate Federer how you could you hope he loses to tipsy? It's like hoping for Nadal to stop picking his ass in front of millions of people, never going happen, just setting yourself up for disappointment.

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Fed is still great when he can attack freely, and he could do that today. But like BroTree said, this means very little going forward because Janko can't force Roger to defend like for example Delpo can. And it is in defense (or rather, the transition from defense to attack) that Roger has declined the most.
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Fed has to play a higher quality opponent to really see where his form is at. Janko had given him plenty of opportunities to attack, but I'm not sure if the other 2 guys in the group would let open a gap like that.

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Olderer didnt do anything special, he was lucky he played his pigeon. Shame Mugray and Berdi are in opposite group, they would expose old men per usual.

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elister will soon stand alone as the biggest clown in nole's brigade. the most tragic thing is that he hasn't looked as bad poster a year ago or so
Im just saying facts.

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Olderer didnt do anything special, he was lucky he played his pigeon. Shame Mugray and Berdi are in opposite group, they would expose old men per usual.
If they are so good, there will be the potential for them to meet him in the semi/Final
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Im just saying facts.
No you are shitting in the pants, because you know bagel is coming .....Cincy flavor , in the semis
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Fed is the favorite to win this tournament, needless to say.
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