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Fakervic over 5 sets is too difficult to beat. This Ancic, losing to Ferrero, isn't winning.

I'd be calling Ljuba Truba back now.
For what? Ljubo is useless for a longer time now.He would have no chance,doesnt matter it's DC.
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Fanboying at it's best.

Face it,we have about 0,01 % chance of winning against Serbia if Djokovic will be fit and play.Not to mention Tips can beat Cilic easily.
I would be surprised if we get more than 1 point.

And as for the other part of your post...
I bet your head hurts after rolleyeing so much

I don't know why are you praising Nole so much, he's not as good as Federer was at his best and he is beatable. I said I think Mario could win, there's a difference between that and for example you saying Querrey has no chance to beat Grosjean. It's stupid to argue about something that didn't happen, so let's just wait.


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Ancic must stop being a freaking grinder if he wanna play well again.

Truba is a legend man. He's the only Croatian I trust in DC (no offense).
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I bet your head hurts after rolleyeing so much

I don't know why are you praising Nole so much, he's not as good as Federer was at his best and he is beatable. I said I think Mario could win, there's a difference between that and for example you saying Querrey has no chance to beat Grosjean. It's stupid to argue about something that didn't happen, so let's just wait.
So what if hes not? He's the best player currently on hard courts.
Ancic at his 100% maybe is a top 10,and thats questionable.
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Ancic must stop being a freaking grinder if he wanna play well again.

Truba is a legend man. He's the only Croatian I trust in DC (no offense).
Yes he is legend because of what he's done in DC,but thats past man.

Now,he is just a solid player,nothing more.
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Re: 2008 World Group Play Offs

Australia (s)
v
Chile (c)

Austria (s)
v
Great Britain (c)

Belgium (s)
v
Switzerland (c)

Croatia (s)(c)(*)
v
Brazil

Israel (s)(c)(*)
v
Peru

Korea (s)
v
Netherlands (c)(*)

Romania (s) (c)
v
India

Slovak Republic (s)(c)
v
Serbia

So Croatia vs Serbia won't happen

Easy draw for us, even more because we can choose surface, WG, here we come

I bet Gu won't cheer for us now


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Australia, Great Britain, Switzerland, Croatia, Israel, Korea, Romania and Serbia to the WG.


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away to chile, oh that draw can get fucked
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I bet Gu won't cheer for us now
Nah, he loves Croatia, and hates the Brazilian team. He must be quite happy with the draw.

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Chile will destroy Australia for sure.

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Nah, he loves Croatia, and hates the Brazilian team. He must be quite happy with the draw.
That's quite true. Hate the shadowy decisions and preferences of the confederation.
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uphill battle for the aussies

still a long way away though
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Re: 2008 World Group Play Offs

Lleyton Hewitt in CHILE!!!!

VAMOS CHILE


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Re: 2008 World Group Play Offs

Aussies will be lucky to make it through
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