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sorry Jarkko!!

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Yes, bad luck for Jarkko, hope he feels better soon. But vamos Juanqui--'No Joke' Djokovic is up next!

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Poor Jarkko but VAMOS JC!!

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Vamos JC
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It could be interesting. The only time I saw Djokovic play was in the 1st round at the Australian Open against Safin. Marat demolished him 6-0 6-2 6-1 but many of the games were close and I was quite impressed by Djokovic's game considering he was only 17.

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Juanqui and Novak play the last match on Centre Court tomorrow.

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Good, he's playing on the same day as Coria. If they meet in the quarters, Guillermo won't have any physical advantage by getting an extra day of rest.
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It could be interesting. The only time I saw Djokovic play was in the 1st round at the Australian Open against Safin. Marat demolished him 6-0 6-2 6-1 but many of the games were close and I was quite impressed by Djokovic's game considering he was only 17.

Come on JC!
Didn't he also give Coria a tough time at RG this year before retiring from the match? VAMOS JUANQUI!

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Didn't he also give Coria a tough time at RG this year before retiring from the match? VAMOS JUANQUI!
He did. He was up a set and break against Coria before he had to retire due to asthma/allergies... he gets really bad allergies in May which will always bother him during the FO. Anyway... no allergies in July and the Croats have reportedly welcomed the Serbs pretty well, so he'll have the crowd.

He also got to the third round of Wimbledon this year where he lost to Grosjean respectably.

This could either be real easy for Juanqui or real hard. The only match of Novak's I've ever seen was the Coria match... but he was playing very well. He can play decently on all surfaces as he's qualified for all the Slams so far this year, but his best surface is considered to be clay I believe.

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Why oh why couldn't Novak have drawn Coria instead of Juanqui? lol

Oh well, it'll be a good match with either outcome.

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Why oh why couldn't Novak have drawn Coria instead of Juanqui? lol

Oh well, it'll be a good match with either outcome.

Tell me about it. I would have loved for Novak to play Coria minus the asthma... but it only would have delayed this match up one more round

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Perhaps Juanqui can blow some clay dust in his face...?

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Or put pollen in his bag.

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Or put pollen in his bag.
lol. That might work.

I'm so torn!!! Serbia is seriously trying to kill me with their second round matches.

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Just remember that the Serbs are still young, and will have all the time in the world to win titles. Our Spaniards are getting old, time is running out! lol

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