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Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Better player lost.

Marcos was terrible. Not to mention that him being terrible was the only way for The Vulture to win this match in the first place.

Hopefully, Kei will take care of him.

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Good level from Ferrer, could be better though.

Thought it would be 4 sets

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Ehh....Ferrer did enough to win. Baggy seemed crap.

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Way too much game from Ferrer. He is in top form and I can't see him not being in the semis. Seriously who is going to stop him? Berdych?

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Expected. Pretty good from both.


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Way too much game from Ferrer. He is in top form and I can't see him not being in the semis. Seriously why is going to stop him? Berdych?
From being in the semis? Clearly not Berdych, as he is not in his quarter.


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From being in the semis? Clearly not Berdych, as he is not in his quarter.
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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Marcos can't concentrate. So many silly errors. He relies too much on his talent but lacks the discipline which is required to compete at top level.

I feel for his fans though. So much expected since 2006. So little delivered.

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Ferrer was crap today, but his 5% was enough to win against the Fatdatis. Ferrer is too good for the players outside Top 10. His worst is significantly above their best.

Hoping for an entertaining match against Kei. And also for Kei to eliminate him.
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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Better player won, nothing to say here.

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Ferrer was stunning good

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Bagdhatis has been going through the motions like this for the past 5 years. His X-factor has completely dissipated and he basically gets routined by every top player he faces. He's obviously talented and capable so it's quite disappointing how he continues to churn out these pedestrian performances.

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Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

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Better player lost.

Marcos was terrible. Not to mention that him being terrible was the only way for The Vulture to win this match in the first place.

Hopefully, Kei will take care of him.
Get over yourself, and stop making this threads. Ferrer is no pusher. FYI Ferrer hit 25-30 winners-UE to 16-42 to baghdatis. He was the one that was controlling the rallies and was the one that is more willing to change the direction of the ball.
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