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Djokovic Vs. Coria

Djokovic is leading by a set. and its 5-2 for Coria in the 2nd set. I must say I was expecting Coria to have an easier job than this. Go Djokovic!!!!!
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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

Djokovic can't win this match. He's just way too nervous and it's causing him all sorts of problems. I feel bad for him, he's obviously very talented.


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well whatever happens, it will be a big learning experience for him!! after all he has just turned 18. should he lose i dont think he will feel bad. the fact that he qualified for RG and passed the 1st round is a big achievement by itself!!
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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

Yeah, I agree and also the fact that he even took a set!

Anyway, he's still in there so let's not give up on him just yet. Ajde!!!

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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

He seems to be settling down a bit, hopefully it's enough


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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

well he just retired....

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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

He just retired. Is it because of his breathing problem? ...


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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

If Djokovic weren't cramping and having trouble breathing, he'd be doing even better. He's going for everything and trying to end points quickly. He's doing much better than I expected. Just by getting to this round he's doubled his year's earnings.

...oh wait. He just retired.

I expect he'll improve a lot in the future. Only 18 and definitely has talent.

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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

He retired?! Oh no...sad.

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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

yes it is, obviously.

what a nice kid... clapping for Coria and all. he seems to be a nice guy.

good luck to him in the future, I'm certainly a fan


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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

They are even now but Coria is having a hard time. He must be burned after playing so intensively for so long. There is an interview where he was saying that the final was his so he would have a chance to beat Nadal, that is all he wants but he is going to have to work extra hard against Djokovic to make it.
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yes it is, obviously.

what a nice kid... clapping for Coria and all. he seems to be a nice guy.

good luck to him in the future, I'm certainly a fan
He's really a very nice and genuine person I actually like him better than Janko, although hopefully Janko has growed up a bit since those comments he used to make..

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Re: Djokovic Vs. Coria

yeah I heard he wants to play Nadal in the final... if he played like this in the final, Nadal would beat him something like 6-3 6-2 6-1.


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so what was the reason for djokovic retiring? poor guy...he's nice...good sport. hope he's ok and can do well next year...he's pretty talented!
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so what was the reason for djokovic retiring? poor guy...he's nice...good sport. hope he's ok and can do well next year...he's pretty talented!
Uhh, I think he had a breathing problem or so...not sure

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