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You better shut up. Dimitrov is 21 years old and it's 41, tell me where is Berankis?
Berankis is in Melbourne at the moment and where is Dimitrov?

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Re: AO R2: Berankis def. (25) Mayer 6-2 6-3 6-1

How is Dimitrov relevant to this match? How is Berankis relevant to anything Dimitrov has done so far? You guys could make a "rivalry" from anything. They're two different players , argue all you want, you will look silly in the meantime.

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Berankis is in Melbourne at the moment and where is Dimitrov?
He is in Melbourne with Masha


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Re: AO R2: Berankis def. (25) Mayer 6-2 6-3 6-1

Amazing scoreline for Ricardas . The guy is on fire and faces Murray in 3rd round now. I don't think that he can still put Murray on troubles yet.
Just wondering why Berankis didn't make the jump yet when he has all the tools to be ranked at least in the top 30.

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Damn, Murray's draw is unbelievably easy. He'll have Berankis out in three and then have no problem with Gael or Simon. And I thought Nole's draw was easy.
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Damn, Murray's draw is unbelievably easy. He'll have Berankis out in three and then have no problem with Gael or Simon. And I thought Nole's draw was easy.
This is going to be another Djokovic - Murray final. We will have to get used to it

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Funny how people here is saying after one great run wow he is so good he is the best newcomer and then when they flop, what a worthless mug. I like Berankis and Dimitrov but they have not proven that they are the best of their generation by having consistent results.
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Funny how people here is saying after one great run wow he is so good he is the best newcomer and then when they flop, what a worthless mug. I like Berankis and Dimitrov but they have not proven that they are the best of their generation by having consistent results.
Well, that's the point. Clearly Berankis has the potential to be where Raonic is but he needs to be a more stable player and not having those clear ups and downs along the year.

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Well, that's the point. Clearly Berankis has the potential to be where Raonic is but he needs to be a more stable player and not having those clear ups and downs along the year.
He just needs another body. Not made of glass and crystal

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