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uphill battle for the aussies

still a long way away though
Yeah ages away, Peter Luczak will almost certainly be out of the top 100 by then and Guccione will clearly be the number two player for Australia and probably somewhere inside the top 35. All the hype behind the Chileans will be gone because we will have new olympic champions. Guccione beat Gonzalez not too long ago and Hewitt shouldn't have too much trouble with Massu or Capdeville whoever they play.

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Yeah ages away, Peter Luczak will almost certainly be out of the top 100 by then and Guccione will clearly be the number two player for Australia and probably somewhere inside the top 35. All the hype behind the Chileans will be gone because we will have new olympic champions. Guccione beat Gonzalez not too long ago and Hewitt shouldn't have too much trouble with Massu or Capdeville whoever they play.

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wow, being confident about this tie is just plain silly. And even more silly is predicting what Guccione will do, nobody knows what he'll do, evry unpredictable. Defaintely a very hard tie.
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Guccione in the top 35?
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Yeah ages away, Peter Luczak will almost certainly be out of the top 100 by then and Guccione will clearly be the number two player for Australia and probably somewhere inside the top 35. All the hype behind the Chileans will be gone because we will have new olympic champions. Guccione beat Gonzalez not too long ago and Hewitt shouldn't have too much trouble with Massu or Capdeville whoever they play.

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Hmmm not so sure here. Chile will most certainly choose the slowest clay possible. I would not be surprised if they choose the court in Vina Del Mar where the tournie is played.

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Yeah ages away, Peter Luczak will almost certainly be out of the top 100 by then and Guccione will clearly be the number two player for Australia and probably somewhere inside the top 35. All the hype behind the Chileans will be gone because we will have new olympic champions. Guccione beat Gonzalez not too long ago and Hewitt shouldn't have too much trouble with Massu or Capdeville whoever they play.

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Well I got a couple of things right. Peter Luczak is out of the top 100, Guccione is clearly the number 2 player and Chile did not win any gold medals. On the other hand Guccione is still ranked in the 80s which is ridiculous and Gonzalez won a Silver in Beijing. Not as confident now as I was before espically with Lleytons injury.
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