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Re: Montreal R1: Nishikori def. Polansky 4-6 6-4 6-2

i feel so bad for pete it was a very good week for him though, should give him some confidence
and kei, played badly, but im happy he got through


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Quite a fortunate draw for Nishikori, as Seppi ( who I would say is not a good match-up for Kei) always plays bad on North America, so he could definitely make R3 [ he should be stopped there based on current form].

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Re: Montreal R1: Nishikori def. Polansky 4-6 6-4 6-2

I watched some games of this match and it was awful. Polansky was playing normal but Kei had some stupid decisions. When Polansky was hitting CC FH, Kei was trying to make a winner. Serve was awful. FH wasn't working.
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Re: Montreal R1: Nishikori def. Polansky 4-6 6-4 6-2

I only watched from the ending of the 2nd, imo Kei played very well from there on.

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