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Go For US OPEN CHAMPION, WHO HAS BETTER CHANCE.....

ROGER 53.9%

Davydenko 0.01%

ANDY 29%

Youzhny 17%


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M. Sharapova 62%

J. Henin-Hardenne 38%


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Are you guys agree?

If you disagree

Give me your answer....
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Re: Go For US OPEN CHAMPION, WHO HAS BETTER CHANCE.....

Sharapova-Henin 50-50

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Re: Go For US OPEN CHAMPION, WHO HAS BETTER CHANCE.....

Henin has better chance than Sharapova IMO
but the results of men's singles are logical

5 Wimbledon
3 Australia Open
4 US Open

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Re: Go For US OPEN CHAMPION, WHO HAS BETTER CHANCE.....

currently Roger is 3 times better than 2003 Roger

Only Andy could be 4 times better than 2003 Andy

That will final come out a chance to play Roger

Right now still little far to say this,

Andy still has one more Match away from Roger.
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Sharapova-Henin 50-50
At this time, Maria do has better chance,

You will get the answer.

I like Maria to go to win, but that's not a reason, I say Maria has 62% to win.

Right now, why Maria has better chance.

1. Maria has more energy left.

2. Maria has to get a US OPEN GS, why? Because She wait long time to get another one.

3. Justine has give out all she can give during Semi Final. She has only few more energy to give in the Final

4. Justine has already get one, This time, She won't get another.
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2 and 4 are no arguments

1 and 3 is nearly the same

I don't think there is a real favourite, it's 50:50
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2 and 4 are no arguments

1 and 3 is nearly the same

I don't think there is a real favourite, it's 50:50
Who knows what's happen tommorrow?

Andy 37%

Roger 63%

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It could be

Andy 45%

Roger 55%

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I also could be

Andy 50%

Roger 50%

But I don't want say that, You know why.

Andy, I'm not sure, Currently, It's a New Andy, or not.

I hope We could see a New Andy Roddick tommorrow, But just hope for that, not means dream come ture, Not means New Andy Roddick will take a win.
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