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A nice reversal of recent results as Matosevic wins two qualifying matches in Munich. One more to go.
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QR1: Matosevic Def Cermak 6-3 6-2.
QR2: Matosevic Def Krawietz 6-4 6-3.
QR3: Matosevic Def Gojowczyk 6-2 6-3.

Regarding who he plays i would put it in this order.

1. Brands
2. Starace
3. Kukushkin
4. Davydenko

Really anyone apart from Davydenko and he will have a good chance at winning a MD match and snatching the FO WC from Duckworth.
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Matosevic def. Kukushkin 7-5 6-1, the same guy he lost from 6-1 5-1 up in Sydney. Plays Farah next.

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From not winning matches at challenger level to this
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Marinko beat Farah at Delray earlier this year so he knows how to beat him. Obviously the change of surface could come into play but I think Marinko has a good chance at winning this match. If he does manage to beat Farah he will move to 104 in the world and will almost definitely make the main draw cut for Wimbledon. Something tells me Marinko isn't fond of playing challengers anymore
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Hey Hey Marinko - keep going mate.
That French Open berth looking good now after a solid showing in beating Farah 61 76 62.
Next up is Phillip Kohlscheiber - a winnable match for MMM.

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Went down 6-0 7-6. Good tournment so close to the top 100!
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MMM was nervous and overhitting in the first set. He settled down and really played some great stuff in the second set. He could quite easily have just rolled over after that 1st set but showed some great fighting character. He broke Petzchner at the start of the 2nd set and when Petzchner broke back immediately Marinko did not drop his bundle but knuckled down and saved break-points along the way in getting to the tie-breaker. Petzchner's class and experience got him the win in the TB but Marinko fought to the end.
An excellent tournament and a great display, Well done Marinko!
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MMM was nervous and overhitting in the first set. He settled down and really played some great stuff in the second set. He could quite easily have just rolled over after that 1st set but showed some great fighting character. He broke Petzchner at the start of the 2nd set and when Petzchner broke back immediately Marinko did not drop his bundle but knuckled down and saved break-points along the way in getting to the tie-breaker. Petzchner's class and experience got him the win in the TB but Marinko fought to the end.
An excellent tournament and a great display, Well done Marinko!
The opponent was Kohlschreiber but never mind!
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The opponent was Kohlschreiber but never mind!
F**& -I always get those two mixed up, even watched the match!!
Not sure why becuase they don't look alike...

Oh dear, Alzheimer's setting in...
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Marinko in playing in Athens thhis week, and beat Fabrice Martin 6-3 5-7 6-4. Excellent opportunity to break into the top 100 this week.
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That was too close for comfort! !

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A much easier 6-4 6-1 win over Lammer leaves Marinko just a win (or two) away from the top 100, depending on other results.
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