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post #841 of 1120 (permalink) Old 12-28-2012, 10:40 PM
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Haas winning AO would be nothing short of awesome.
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What will his ranking be after he wins the Hopman Cup? Top 10?
Top 10 in mixed doubles.
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Which would be the literal requirement for that to happen
Yeah a similar amount of magic required for Murray to win his first slam.

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I'd love Haasi to win the AO with Adrian on the front row. It would be magic.
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Yeah a similar amount of magic required for Murray to win his first slam.

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Gosh, I want Haas to win the AO and W this year (why not RG) to make Leng happy for 5 minutes .

just watched the Nole/Pics match btw, Novak played as if this was played on Mars and called Wimbledon
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If Nole beats Haas at the Goatman Cup then the Murraytards can start shitting themselves.
couldn't agree more.

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Yeah a similar amount of magic required for Murray to win his first slam.

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That was no magic! It was a Devine wind

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He probably just hangs about in 2nd place protecting himself with 3 bananas whilst waiting for the person in the lead to get blue shelled.
Murray wins Wimbledon 2016 after Djokovic is blue shelled by Querrey. Thanks Querrey!

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i mean, he beat Ferrer 6/0 6/3 today, amazing how NoleDal take even exhos so seriously

those bastards wouldnt know how to play friendly even in a game of cards
You obviously didn't watch the Nole/Guga exho in Brazil earlier on. It was so much fun, so firendly, great shots, great jokes, great tender moments with kids, great dancing, Guga won a very entertaining match.

There are some exhos where a player is expected to goof around, let the host win, entertain the crowd and showcase his shots.

And there are other exhos which are meant as preparation for events without the pressure of defending points: like Abu Dhabi and Hopman Cup.

Nole excels at both.

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Like beating Ferrer on hc is an indicator of anything.
Berdych couldn't do it yesterday (and he looked serious) nor could he do it in Prague during the Davis Cup final... Which reminds me: didn't Ferru beat Roddick and Fish on indoor hard courts in Austin during a Davis Cup tie?

When will David get the respect he deserves? He won more matches and more titles than anybody last year. He was the first player to win a title on every surface in 2012.

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Yes, watching paint dry while 300 cats are clawing on a school board is more fun the watching Mugray playing Nole.

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guys, both Nole and Pics played so seriously yesterday. it was crazy. some amazing points.

and Nole/Mandy matches being boring, well, I don't know... I love their matches
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Djokovic easily makes the final of Abu Dhabi routing Ferrer 6-0 6-3 while Murray bombs out early to Tipsy.
I know it's only an exho but it's the previous to AO and the players take it as their preparation for Australia.
You answered yourself.

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Will this trend prevail in 2013 with Novak making it to most finals and Murray winning here or there but losing early in lesser tournaments? I don't think Andy can make it ever to nº1 with that attitude, he simply can't. He needs to prapare as well for the slams as for the rest of the tournaments. Has he got the mental strenght and will to be number 1? What are your predictions for the upcoming season?
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I can already see a 7 hour final between Djokovic and Murray at the AO 2013.
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Would most posters agree that Murray is better on grass than Nole? Or at least can be seen as a favourite (between the two) for Wimbledon at least.
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Why was my thread merged with this moronic thread that has nothing to do with it?
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