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Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

Davy retired after holding serve comfortably
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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

He probably rolled his ankle or so... it's gotta be something instantaneous

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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

well I hope so..I didn`t watch it..still to retire after u hold easily??
a report from someone who watched would be helpful
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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

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well I hope so..I didn`t watch it..still to retire after u hold easily??
a report from someone who watched would be helpful
I don't know what happened but it's not that surprising. On the last point of his service game maybe he hit the ball and on the split step he rolled his ankle ir damaged himself in some way, the shot of the opponent went out so he won the game but he cannot play on.

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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

1. Bet slave
2. He making TMC is almost sure, so
3. His body told him again "Respect me, moron"

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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

he rolled his ankle in the 1st set

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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

Davydenko often retires after being up a set!!!

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if now Mario stil cannot make it to the final and win it..than he really should retire!

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Davydenko often retires after being up a set!!!
why couldn't he retire in the moscow final against safin
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why couldn't he retire in the moscow final against safin

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Re: Moodie def. Davydenko 2-6 3-3 ret.

LOL you guys, Kolya sprained his ankle at 5-2 in the 1st set. he got it taped but obviously didn't feel OK, he limped and after holding his serve yes quite comfortably decided to retire. He couldn't get treatment on it for the 2nd time as you know.
Hopefully it's not too serious and the ankle will be OK really soon.
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Shame for Koyla, hope he gets better soon

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if now Mario stil cannot make it to the final and win it..than he really should retire!
now that you mention it - Tommy Haas has pretty good chances in my opinion. He just needs to win against an in-form Igor Kunitsyn and the way is ( almost ) free to the Final.
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