That's fair enough then. I think it's a good idea to an extent but it can be tiring. Like Brisbane, i remember Roger stretching his legs out in the final (presumably they were heavy from all the matches) But that's just a guess by observing.
Can you tell me Litotes why a lot of people hardly ever back Roger to win Miami? He did win it twice back to back in 2005-2006 but that was the last time he was in the final so is that why it's not most people don't think he'd win it? I'm not meaning you, Just i see on the internet almost everyone thinks he can't win it.
But you're right, hopefully he gets Ferrer, Del Potro or Gasquet although i hope Juan doesn't play. I'd rather see him recover then play injured.
I hope Del Potro withdraws too. I guess we'll see. MD will be out not too long into the future, if he withdraws after it's done - again - then he's certainly a favourable draw.
Miami doesn't fit Roger very well imo, two wins from his prime are really no indication it does. I'd love to see him win but I feel chances are lower than in IW. Lots of people agree with me there. But you never know. There are not that many realistic winning candidates, especially with Murray in poor form.
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