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Federer def. Bracciali 7-5,6-3

Anyone see the match? Has Roger gotten rid of the ringrust?
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Novak is next..!!...C'mon Roger
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Anyone see the match? Has Roger gotten rid of the ringrust?
Bit iffy in the first set; great in the second. Brilliant 'tweenie' winner from the baseline line at one point.
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Anyone see the match? Has Roger gotten rid of the ringrust?
I saw it, he was still a bit rusty, missing to many easy balls...

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Re: Federer def. Bracciali 7-5,6-3

I didn't watch much, but that through the legs bh DTL was sublime and the shot of the tournament, so far.

btw. anyone else with ES 2, particularly in Germany, who also had a freeze of the channel in the first set? Took 3-4 mins until it was back to normal for me.

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AMAZING MATCH, especially the second set!!!

You didn't see it Ron?
Oh dear - you missed an absolutely wonderful winner-through-the-legs shot from Rogi in the seventh game of the second set...!!!
I'm sure that one will turn up on YouTube somewhere.

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Re: Fed def Bracciali 7-5, 6-3

Roger is still not entirely comfortable out there, and just how many times was that forth game in the second set taken to deuce, just to end with Bracciali holding serve?

Fed always wake up alive when Novak is up against him, good - maybe that would wake him up a bit.

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I didn't watch much, but that through the legs bh DTL was sublime and the shot of the tournament, so far.

btw. anyone else with ES 2, particularly in Germany, who also had a freeze of the channel in the first set? Took 3-4 mins until it was back to normal for me.
I'm in the UK and it happened to me too.

And yes, it was a sublime shot, wasn't it!!
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Almost 6 games in a row, man 10 deuces!! !!
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Oh man, Oh man - just the shot I missed! The broadcast on the Eurosport website was a bit off at times, lots of buffering.
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Oh man, Oh man - just the shot I missed! The broadcast on the Eurosport website was a bit off at times, lots of buffering.
Yeah, the livestream surely was wonky at times - but I had the luck to see that shot, and wow am I glad so...

Someone MUST put that one up on YouTube... anyone?

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great shot between the legs

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