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Auckland def Moodie (8) 7/6 (3) 7/6 (5)

Surprised...but not shocked

Well done James!! He had 2bps whilst Moodie never got a chance to break.

QF - Dima! Not sure that Aucks will have much of a chance in this one...although he should provide a respectable scoreline Good luck mate!
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good result James
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It shows how much of a mickey mouse tournament this is when a clown like Auckland can get to the quarters. Exactly the same happened to Parmar in Rotterdam.
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It shows how much of a mickey mouse tournament this is when a clown like Auckland can get to the quarters. Exactly the same happened to Parmar in Rotterdam.
Do you know ANYTHING about tennis???
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Auckland isn't a clown until he throws a racquet at me (in the stands) which has already taken place And seriously, he has a nice serve and knows what to do at the net. He's just nervous and this is why he mainly loses. Ah, and isn't always regular from the baseline, but on the fast surface he can handle it! Just his brain is the most important!

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Auckland isn't a clown until he throws a racquet at me (in the stands) which has already taken place
I take it that was an innocent gesture
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Never even seen this guy play but as long as he keeps up a nice run, at least then he can get up the rankings, which will be great for British tennis to have more players up there.



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I take it that was an innocent gesture
I guess so, regarding the fact the supervisor was amused. And I was quick enough to hide.
James really didn't seem to know what he was doing He also plays doubles with Jamie here in Mumbai and today got a walkover from JMDP and Monaco!

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Well done James!!!! Get in there!!!!!!

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Moodie

He defends the Tokyo title next week. He'll probably lose like 100 spots in the ranking.

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what a last week for british tennis.... unreal how many wins for our players in singles and doubles.

what are Tursunov's odds v Auckland??
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what a last week for british tennis.... unreal how many wins for our players in singles and doubles.

what are Tursunov's odds v Auckland??
This is definitely the end of the road for Jimmy

Dima will beat him fairly comfortably I think...just look at what he does to Henman - Jimmy is a poor man's Henman
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