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Delray Beach QR1: J-P Smith d. Rublev, 4-6 6-3 6-0

Anyone know what happened here?

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Delray Beach Q1: JP Smith def. Rublev 4-6, 6-3, 3-0

Horrendous post-USO form of Rublev continues. If i am not mistaken, he will drop out of top-200 in 2 weeks (maybe even the next week). I don't know what he should (and can) do with all of this. Seems that he should have played more at challengers, all these WCs didn't do a great job to him.
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Delray Beach QR1: J. P. Smith def A.Rublev 4-6, 6-3, 6-0

No thread ? Being bagaled by J.P. Smith Rublev so far this season Losing from Evans, Albot and now this
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Re: Delray Beach QR1: J. P. Smith def A.Rublev 4-6, 6-3, 6-0

Doesn't look good for Rublev atm. Not sure what is wrong with his game.


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85 kg 27 y.o. beating 65 kg youngster.

It is not easy to be consistent underweight young gun, no matter how talented.

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its never good when you are bageled by smith

guy needs to swallow his pride and play challengers
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Re: Delray Beach QR1: J-P Smith d. Rublev, 4-6 6-3 6-0

next year he will beat Smith easily
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Do these useless posts ever stop?

Rublev should stick to challengers for the time being.
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85 kg 27 y.o. beating 65 kg youngster.

It is not easy to be consistent underweight young gun, no matter how talented.
Either he doesn't care enough or he thinks that technique and power are more important than fitness and movement. Which is far from the truth. In fact, it has never been further from the truth in tennis.

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im just surprised he's even playing qualies. i mean, this is the kid who said that he could get a wild card whenever he wanted .

its time to go down to challengers and stay there. get some confidence, build his ranking that way
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No thread ? Being bagaled by J.P. Smith Rublev so far this season Losing from Evans, Albot and now this
no shame in losing to evans anyway but the other 2 losses are bad
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Doesn't look good for Rublev atm. Not sure what is wrong with his game.




Three, before the merge.
his movement and fitness suck for one. if guys can move him around he's screwed.
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