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Miami R2: Nieminen def. Klizan 6-2 6-2

Jarkko's form continues

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Re: Miami R2: Nieminen def. Klizan 6-2 6-2

Love Jarkko. Although his highest level isn't that high, he's one of the more reliable players in the top 100. Very consistent. That's a rarity on the tour nowadays.

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We have to watch for this youngster Jarkko...he seems to be talented, dispatching top 30 players like this...

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We have to watch for this youngster Jarkko...he seems to be talented, dispatching top 30 players like this...
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Re: Miami R2: Nieminen def. Klizan 6-2 6-2

awesome win, into the 3rd round!

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Re: Miami R2: Nieminen def. Klizan 6-2 6-2

So happy for Jarkko At least one of my faves won today
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Re: Miami R2: Nieminen def. Klizan 6-2 6-2

expected result

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Re: Miami R2: Nieminen def. Klizan 6-2 6-2

NID. Klizan is one of the worst TMS seeds ever.

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