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what kinda name is Veger for a Croat?
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Christian Garin (CHI, 05/96) got a WC and just won his first match in Vina del Mar MD !

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Christian Garin (CHI, 05/96) got a WC and just won his first match in Vina del Mar MD !
Dušan Lajovic is well known for his involvement in some actions....
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Dušan Lajovic is well known for his involvement in some actions....
It was not Dusan Lajovic. It was David Savic

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It was not Dusan Lajovic. It was David Savic
nope, Dusan Savic was caught...
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nope, Dusan Savic was caught...
Dusan Savic was a football player

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Dusan Savic was a football player
well played, but you're a fool if u think Lajovic didn't tank today...
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I have to saythis guy is quasimodo.
He doesn't have footwork, serve precision and power, power from both and wing, very awkward backand. Only he has is terrible tehnique in every shot. He descent slice.
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so from a future star to quasimodo in 24 hours time

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so from a future star to quasimodo in 24 hours time
So like you with Cilic?
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I have to saythis guy is quasimodo.
He doesn't have footwork, serve precision and power, power from both and wing, very awkward backand. Only he has is terrible tehnique in every shot. He descent slice.
This is unfair. His footwork is pretty bad that's true, but his serve seems decent to me. I have heard earlier that he doesn't have a particular weapon and that was obvious today, but overall his game is solid, and more importantly he seems mentally tough, as he saved 5 match points and 8 break points in total. It also has to be added that he had to take a MTO after only 3 games.


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This is unfair. His footwork is pretty bad that's true, but his serve seems decent to me. I have heard earlier that he doesn't have a particular weapon and that was obvious today, but overall his game is solid, and more importantly he seems mentally tough, as he saved 5 match points and 8 break points in total. It also has to be added that he had to take a MTO after only 3 games.
I didn't watch the whole match, just from 1:3 down first set until 1:2 down in the second.
I just don't like his tennis. Only good thing his forehand reminds me on Sampras one.
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Re: Filip Veger (CRO), first player born 1994 made MD of an ATP tournament

@ what this thread became

As for Veger,I think he is very developed physically for his age,strong.I'd give him 22-23 if I didnt know how old he is.Just compare him and Pavic,that guy is the thickest player I ever saw
Veger has a good serve & groundstrokes,backhand needs some improvement but overall solid potential,although his ranking isn't great atm.He beat some good players in Zagreb,it's up to him to back it up now.

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Well, it's already been said how that sounded a bit incoherent to say the least I don't blindly support every italian athlete out there in the whole world, clearly, since it can happen than some of them (many) can be pricks or douchebags as persons. of course, there are still many valid reasons to not support every athlete that it's one's countryman (even not liking his/her/their playstyle could be a reason, though not for HATING) but of course it makes sense to support the majority of them since that clearly contributes to the growth of the sport's popularity in the country, and it's nice to see them succeed even in individual sports because it only brings positives towards the state of said discipline where you live + the patriotic aspect can't be denied. it's quite obvious
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