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10-day weather forecast :

http://www.weather.com/weather/tenda...+ASXX0075:1:AS

what's quite funny is that for R128, R64 and R16 (third round is different), the temperature is supposed to be much hotter for the bottom half than for the top-one :

tuesday/monday : 28 celsius maximum / 22 celsius maximum

thursday/wednesday : 37 celsius maximum (39 on some websites) / 27

friday=saturday : 23 celsius

R16 monday/sunday : 31 maximum / 25 maxi

seems that Fed and Murray will have to deal with heat much more than Djokovic and Ferrer

(especially a second round Fed-Davydenko in extreme heat : I personally think that the night-session will be for Tomic-Klizan that day, Fed rather having night-session for his first round imo)
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Hot temperatures play into Federer, Murray, and Ferrer's hands. Will hurt Djokovic and del Potro



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Hot temperatures play into Federer, Murray, and Ferrer's hands. Will hurt Djokovic and del Potro
Novak's problems with heat are long gone
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[..]I personally think that the night-session will be for Tomic-Klizan that day, Fed rather having night-session for his first round imo)
Nope. Night session is too late for Tomic. It will be past his bed time
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Hot temperatures play into Federer, Murray, and Ferrer's hands. Will hurt Djokovic and del Potro
actually what's interesting and also quite awkward is that it seems that the bottom half will have to face much hotter temperatures than the top-half.
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10-day weather forecast :

http://www.weather.com/weather/tenda...+ASXX0075:1:AS

what's quite funny is that for R128, R64 and R16 (third round is different), the temperature is supposed to be much hotter for the bottom half than for the top-one :

tuesday/monday : 28 celsius maximum / 22 celsius maximum

thursday/wednesday : 37 celsius maximum (39 on some websites) / 27

friday=saturday : 23 celsius

R16 monday/sunday : 31 maximum / 25 maxi

seems that Fed and Murray will have to deal with heat much more than Djokovic and Ferrer

(especially a second round Fed-Davydenko in extreme heat : I personally think that the night-session will be for Tomic-Klizan that day, Fed rather having night-session for his first round imo)
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actually what's interesting and also quite awkward is that it seems that the bottom half will have to face much hotter temperatures than the top-half.
Hmm... so...bad for del Potro.Maybe Tomic too... I can accept this
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Good for Grigor then. All i need is no extreme conditions for him - no injuries and no ovens.
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maybe it's daddy Srdjan Djokovic this time

Heat is not bad for Fed but it may hurt Murray.
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10-day weather forecast :

http://www.weather.com/weather/tenda...+ASXX0075:1:AS

what's quite funny is that for R128, R64 and R16 (third round is different), the temperature is supposed to be much hotter for the bottom half than for the top-one :

tuesday/monday : 28 celsius maximum / 22 celsius maximum

thursday/wednesday : 37 celsius maximum (39 on some websites) / 27

friday=saturday : 23 celsius

R16 monday/sunday : 31 maximum / 25 maxi

seems that Fed and Murray will have to deal with heat much more than Djokovic and Ferrer

(especially a second round Fed-Davydenko in extreme heat : I personally think that the night-session will be for Tomic-Klizan that day, Fed rather having night-session for his first round imo)
sick of this tournament already

when does Rotterdam start
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sick of this tournament already

when does Rotterdam start

Maybe they should cancel the Australian Open just for you.
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Heat is not bad for Fed but it may hurt Murray.
Murray must be used to the heat from the Bikram yoga: whether he's used to serious exertion in those sort of temperatures may be another matter, though. Wonder what temperature it was in Miami last month?
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