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GSM Baghdatis 7-5 6-3

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watchhed coverage from the end of 1st set.. tll the end of the match
great performance by baggy.. havent seen him play this well in quite a while

whos he playin in quarters?

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Great match for the Baggy!


I only saw the half of the second set because Nole was playing Haas and atdhe.net switched to it after that was over. But that is more like it!!! Troiki is a great win!

Hewitt/Seppi winner up next!

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Congrats Marcos!
Good luck in the quarterfinals! (I guess it's gonna be vs Hewitt )
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Hewitt just won the first set 6-0 so Marcos should play him next

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Hewitt just won the first set 6-0 so Marcos should play him next
Well, Seppi just won a game finally. 6-0, 0-1 Hewitt. For Jase's sake, I hope Andreas makes this match competitive.

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Yeah, I really don't like Hewitt
Not that I like Seppi, but it would be A LOT easier for Marcos

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idc.. marcos is capable of taking either of them.
i just want seppi to make the match abit more competitive for hewitt.. to tire him abit
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Nice result to wake up to.
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Poor Nalby just pulled out of Auckland due to an abdominal strain. The MRI was positive and he is doubtful for the Australian Open.

Oh, well. It doesn't make any difference. For a moment when I saw that link I was trying to figure out how Baggy was in Kooyong and Sydney at the same time. Then I saw it was dated September 2, 2009.

Good luck against Troicki tomorrow, Marcos! This may be a tough match!
Tim - Marcos withdrew from Kooyong months ago - so nothing to do with David. He and his coach decided it was better for him to enter into tournaments with ranking points at stake to try and improve his ranking, instead of just exhos. When he originally entered Kooyong, he was quite low ranked and it didn't matter so much, but now, every win means more chance of being seeded and direct entry into Masters Series events etc, so it's more important. Hope that helped

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truly a nice win, two of my favourites now in the QF, Hewitt should be a real test, come on Marcos
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he's done it
some great tennis from him in sets 2 and 3
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he was fantastic in the 2nd and 3rd set.. best ive seen him play in a while. i hope he makes it through to the final so i can go watch him in person.

Not that many great players left.. they are all beatable.. tournament is his if he wants it.
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