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Re: AO R2: J.Tipsarevic outlasted L.Lacko 6-3 6-4 3-6 4-6 7-5

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Despite the fact that Tipsa wasn´t superior to Lacko in any set of the match, he could have finished it in 3 if he hadn´t forgotten how to change pace or work the angles. For the better part of the last three sets their rallies would consist of Lacko moving Tipsa around and him crushing the ball whenever Janko left an opening. I was under the impression Lacko had a magnet or something the way Tipsarevic kept playing the ball straight at him. Good luck against Benneteau Tipsa.
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Fucking right. Lacko used Tezuka Zone.
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Despite the fact that Tipsa wasn´t superior to Lacko in any set of the match, he could have finished it in 3 if he hadn´t forgotten how to change pace or work the angles. For the better part of the last three sets their rallies would consist of Lacko moving Tipsa around and him crushing the ball whenever Janko left an opening. I was under the impression Lacko had a magnet or something the way Tipsarevic kept playing the ball straight at him. Good luck against Benneteau Tipsa.
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A shame, crowd was 100% behind Lacko. There may be quite a few tards on this board, but the general public doesn't lie. Crowd always cheers against Fakervic and Fixarevic (even in Belgrade which is probably why they canned that tournament), crowd boos Murray even in London, and crowd always gets up for the bathroom in between Nadal serves The future of tennis without Federer is grim...

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Tipsy has the draw from hell
I'll be kinda neutral vs Benneteau. Players lose some of my support with strategic MTOs and sounds like he may have done that here



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Re: AO R2: J.Tipsarevic outlasted L.Lacko 6-3 6-4 3-6 4-6 7-5

AJDEEEEEE JANKO!!! Only saw the first set, wasnt expecting to be a marathon, but in the end, most important thing is done. Good to see another brainless ballbasher out...

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Lacko has really improved in the past couple of years . Ranking wise anyway , I have only seem him play once and he looked a good player . Hope this year is a good one for him

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Tipsy has the draw from hell
I'll be kinda neutral vs Benneteau. Players lose some of my support with strategic MTOs and sounds like he may have done that here
Are you even surprised? The only thing that was NID in this match was Janko applying his usual shady tricks
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Poor Lacko. Cheeky MTO from the vulture, Lacko got his rhythm and momentum broken and lost the match. Sad day for tennis.

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Poor Lacko. Cheeky MTO from the vulture, Lacko got his rhythm and momentum broken and lost the match. Sad day for tennis.
Tipsy used Rafa's tacticts,won and pissed off rabid Fedtards.Ahahahahaha.What a guy.I like him.
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Re: AO R2: J.Tipsarevic outlasted L.Lacko 6-3 6-4 3-6 4-6 7-5

If Lukas played a similar level (or better) to today in just half his matches, he'd be top thirty at least.

This wasn't his best, either, but I was impressed with his determination to come back from two sets down. Janko's been so gutsy and very clutch on the big points ever since he improved his ranking into the top ten. He's really tough to beat, even when not playing great.
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