23-1 The most lopsided pair of QF in a slam ever? - MensTennisForums.com
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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23-1 The most lopsided pair of QF in a slam ever?

That's 99% true, if both matches have to be in the same half of the draw.

But if you take two random QF's together and add the H2H, will you find a more lopsided one?

Haha, you probably gonna need a Roddick-Federer one. Too bad the H2H record at the time of the match counts...

Side note: Last time Ferrer and Almagro played on Hard Court was in 2006. Punters to the arms!

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Re: 23-1 The most lopsided pair of QF in a slam ever?

Well the H2H of both matches is a bit misleading. Almagro and Berdych have had chances to have beaten Ferrer and Djokovic more and really should have.
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Re: 23-1 The most lopsided pair of QF in a slam ever?

Almagro's only chance I recall wwas in Madrid last year, only god knows how he failed.
Don't remember the Valencia match in 2008
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