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Apart from the serving, it WAS very good tennis, my Empress!
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So seems like david and ivan will fight it out for the second semifinale spot from this group
Hard to make a prediction on that one for me
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Re: David Nalbandian def Guillermo Coria 7-5 6-4

Who the hell said that the worst serve was the one of Nalbandian or the one of Volandri ?
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Does Fed still need to play Coria?I
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Well done David

It was a little more complicated than it should have been but that was also attributable to Coria's great play. Very enjoyable match, well played Guille and David
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Apart from the serving, it WAS very good tennis, my Empress!
Good if you're willing to engage in slow torture.

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Re: David Nalbandian def Guillermo Coria 7-5 6-4

I watched the final game of the match. And David was in spectacular form. Clearly he's going to win this whole thing now. Vamos David!

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Need to or not to, he is going to play him. If he wins it will guarantee him a top spot finish in his group.

So now Roger is guaranteed a semifinal berth with the second semifinalist from the group to be decided by the Ljubicic-Nalbandian showdown.

After the exciting match they played in Madrid I am really looking forward to that one
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Re: David Nalbandian def Guillermo Coria 7-5 6-4

Apart from his serving, Coria was quite excellent today.
The match between Nalbandian and Ljubicic will be interesting since both will have something to fight for. Also, a good returner versus a good server...will be interesting to see who prevails.
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Need to or not to, he is going to play him. If he wins it will guarantee him a top spot finish in his group.

So now Roger is guaranteed a semifinal berth with the second semifinalist from the group to be decided by the Ljubicic-Nalbandian showdown.

After the exciting match they played in Madrid I am really looking forward to that one
I'll figure that up on the spreadsheet KarstenBraasch#1 has on the Shanghai forum.

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Need to or not to, he is going to play him. If he wins it will guarantee him a top spot finish in his group.

So now Roger is guaranteed a semifinal berth with the second semifinalist from the group to be decided by the Ljubicic-Nalbandian showdown.

After the exciting match they played in Madrid I am really looking forward to that one
Even if Fed loses to Coria (yeah, right) he can be passed only by Ljubo or Nalbandian. But he has the positive H2H with both and that's what counts... Federer secured the 1st place even if he gets double bagelled by Guille

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