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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

The only winnable first round for GER would be Slovakia at home. Other home ties like against Spain, USA, Croatia, Argentina and Australia they would choke away for sure.
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post #167 of 179 (permalink) Old 09-24-2006, 06:22 AM
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

Not true.
German should have already Kiefer along when they play 1st round of World Group.
Haas and Kiefer are routine players battling against top players of the world.
Waske and Kohlmann or Waske and Haas are also a very good doubles partners.
I think Haas is a more choker than Kiefer.

I think that Benjamin Becker might be the future choise for Germany´s DC
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I doubt ITF will allow Thailand to host the event outdoor with 40°C temperature and high humidity. It's not home court advantage, it's endangering the health of players participating in the event.

Actually, in Boca Raton, Florida, where many tennis players live, the average high temperature from July to September is higher than Bangkok's.
People play in this weather all the time for ATP events. There's no way that ITF would step in and disallow them to play because it is "too hot."
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

Waske is playing against Srichaphan.
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OMG I thought Tommy is prepared for today.

Good luck to Waske and Mayer.
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

is there a match on TV ?

I see DSF doesn't have ...?

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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

he prolly got scared as usual
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is there a match on TV ?

I see DSF doesn't have ...?

DSF will start with DC at 1.30 pm after "Doppelpass" what is Germany's most important football talkshow. Not showing Doppelpass would cause serious riots in Germany.
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

Waske 6-4 4-4*
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

Waske 6-4 7-5
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

GSM Waske 6-4 7-5 7-6 (14-12)

Germany Wins the tie 3-1
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Deutschland remains in World Group and Thailand drops to one level behind.
What did I say? Waske is Davis Cup player and plays his best right there.
THANK YOU VERY FUCKING MUCH WASKE!!!!
Today I will open the champagne bottle and drink it with style
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Well done, Alex Congratulations to the German team
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Re: Germany - Thailand in Dusseldorf

Well done Alex Waske!
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