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Thanks for all the reports. I don't like all the arguing with the lines people and losing his head mentally but can't complain since he won. However, how long can he keep it up?

If he was to meet Lleyton in a few rounds, that should be a hot tempered affair

I saw hewitt's match and he didn't play that good.i think that he is less of a mentalcase since he became a father.if they both make it that could be a very interesting match but Nicolas better get his act together.
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yeah, I'm not so sure if Lleyton could beat Chela.
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Re: Australian tour

Kiwi will play again on Show Court 3 on the third match. Unfortunately I won't be going tomorrow, have to get back to work Kiwi should be winning easily tomorrow if he played well.

Somehow, Kiwi always played on Show Court 3 at Melbourne Park. He is sure quite popular here in Melbourne, hence they always put him in the show court. I remember few year back when Kiwi was in his terrible form and not playing a seeded player, and they still put him on Show Court 3 (again)

Good luck tomorrow Kiwi.

I am not thinking more about his potential match with Lleyton. Ferrero is more worrying at the moment.

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Somehow, Kiwi always played on Show Court 3 at Melbourne Park. He is sure quite popular here in Melbourne, hence they always put him in the show court. I remember few year back when Kiwi was in his terrible form and not playing a seeded player, and they still put him on Show Court 3 (again)
Very good that they put him again on a show court, even he is playing no really big name this time. Maybe the schedule makers like him somehow. At least this court 3 now has not anymore that bad memory of losing to Rochus last year. He should see it more positive now after winning against Paradorn

I noticed there have been some people in the crowd that supported him with chants. First I thought they were some Germans, but the most chants have been in English. I also heard a few occassional ones in German that shouted "Jetzt gehts los, jetzt gehts los!"


I hope his ankle is well and that he gets quickly through this match not wasting more time than needed.

He plays after two women's matches, estimated time around 4:30 or 5am CET, I would guess.

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He says on sport1.de that he had "brutal pain" the whole match.
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He says on sport1.de that he had "brutal pain" the whole match.
I know, when I read this it sounds as if he could withdraw at any moment. I hope not so. It would be bitter if he had to withdraw again from a Grand Slam, like last year French Open

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I know, when I read this it sounds as if he could withdraw at any moment. I hope not so. It would be bitter if he had to withdraw again from a Grand Slam, like last year French Open
At least he always wins 3 matches before he withdraws in a Grand Slam.

But I'm sure he won't play Zagreb. He will say "I don't want to risk anything".
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this could be a chance for Boris if Nicolas is injured!
still i am sure Nenad Zimonjic gave Boris some tips as to how to play him!
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this could be a chance for Boris if Nicolas is injured!
still i am sure Nenad Zimonjic gave Boris some tips as to how to play him!
Again...you really have no place to cheer for your favourite player?!

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Yeah, good luck!
I hope this ankle will be fine, come on!
Can't they do something against that?!
I wish that he can move well

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Kiefer d. Pashanski 4-6 6-1 6-4 6-1

Don't know why, but they didn't show anything.
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I also dont know why they didnt show anything of this match

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Re: Australian tour

great he won today Started to worry after he lost the first set.

Next one will be a very interesting one: Kiefer vs Ferrero.
Ferrero was struggling today, so Kiwi has a good chance (hopefully) to win

Can't wait for Kiwi vs Lleyton match

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