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I am more worried about Ferrer not getting to Fed, not that he'll lose :P.
Worry not. Ferrer has seen his chance of vulturing his way into tennis history books and he will let nothing stop him I really hope that when it gets to 20-0, 'ostrich' is renamed vulture
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More talented player lost, bad for the game.
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Both played like shit. I'm hoping this was like the Davydenko match Fed had at the Masters in 2007, when he played like shit but got the job done and went soaring into the stratosphere in his next 3 matches (Roddick, Nadull, Ferrer) to take the title.

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Both played like shit. I'm hoping this was like the Davydenko match Fed had at the Masters in 2007, when he played like shit but got the job done and went soaring into the stratosphere in his next 3 matches (Roddick, Nadull, Ferrer) to take the title.
There certainly are signs. I think Rog was a lot better than in the first match (despite the result and mistakes). He showed signs of his brilliant indoor best. I am excited about this event now.


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Did what was needed from him, onwards and upwards Roger

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horrible match, expected result.


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This matchup is a good retirement barometer for Federer; once he loses to Ferrer, it's time to call it a day

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If there is a place where Ferrer could beat Federer,it has to be something like Monte Carlo(if Federer decides to play there again) or Rome,where it`s more of a clay court practice for Federer before the French.

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Boy, was Ferrer fighting and giving his all in this match. Might cost him the 2nd spot.
Ferrer won a decent amount of games here, that will almost certainly guarantee him passage.

Anyway, not like Tipsarevic is going to beat him...
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I have seen a lot of numbers like 17 > 11 > 5 > 1 or 18 > 16 but I had never seen 28 > 6.

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