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02-04-2006 04:57 AM
Fedex
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by skykisser
what he needs now is a GS title! If he could get one, he'd probably be #2!
Yes, that would be nice.
02-04-2006 03:04 AM
Hola Mr. SK
Re: Australian Open 2006

what he needs now is a GS title! If he could get one, he'd probably be #2!
02-03-2006 09:29 PM
sigmagirl91
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by disturb3d
Dave doesn't need to rely on a handicap to surpass Andy.
He is superior on any surface.
OK....
02-03-2006 09:00 PM
disturb3d
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by gooner88
I just feel that if he gets it will be during the clay court season because we all know clay isn't A-Rod's strength.
Dave doesn't need to rely on a handicap to surpass Andy.
He is superior on any surface.
02-03-2006 05:52 PM
sigmagirl91
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by gooner88
Over his career I don't think he's done that well in Indian Wells & Miami. Hopefully this is the year when it changes.
As for the No.3 spot I just feel that if he gets it will be during the clay court season because we all know clay isn't A-Rod's strength.
He hasn't, but hey...like you said, this year could change all that. He's been a bit unlucky with injuries and illness during that particular part of the year, unfortunately.
02-03-2006 05:10 PM
gooner88
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by sigmagirl91
He's approximately 200 points behind Roddick for third. If David has a good HC season, then he should overtake him, no probs.
Over his career I don't think he's done that well in Indian Wells & Miami. Hopefully this is the year when it changes.
As for the No.3 spot I just feel that if he gets it will be during the clay court season because we all know clay isn't A-Rod's strength.
02-03-2006 11:36 AM
sigmagirl91
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by Fedex
He's not too far behind Roddick for 3rd. David, assuming he stays healthy, will have a much better clay season than Roddick, and that should get him past Roddick for #3.
He's approximately 200 points behind Roddick for third. If David has a good HC season, then he should overtake him, no probs.
02-03-2006 01:16 AM
Fedex
Re: Australian Open 2006

Quote:
Originally Posted by sigmagirl91
Me too. I think David will be top three by the end of this year. He's doing well thus far.
He's not too far behind Roddick for 3rd. David, assuming he stays healthy, will have a much better clay season than Roddick, and that should get him past Roddick for #3.
02-01-2006 10:14 PM
Viken01
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by Silawen
I remember Rosie being a big fan of David's too. What happened? Or is it personal, in which case you shouldn't tell me. I'm just curious, because I never noticed what went wrong.
i noticed that too
02-01-2006 09:53 PM
sigmagirl91
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by Fedex
Everybody knows that I would have loved to see a rematch, but it just wasn't meant to be, I guess. I have a feeling we will be seeing those two play each other in a couple slams this year.
Me too. I think David will be top three by the end of this year. He's doing well thus far.
02-01-2006 07:14 PM
jazz_girl
Re: Australian Open 2006

Personal things.
02-01-2006 05:04 PM
Silawen
Re: Australian Open 2006

I remember Rosie being a big fan of David's too. What happened? Or is it personal, in which case you shouldn't tell me. I'm just curious, because I never noticed what went wrong.
02-01-2006 01:52 AM
Fedex
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by jazz_girl
Since a few months ago.
I wasn't aware of this. I guess I haven't been following things around here too closely.
02-01-2006 01:51 AM
Fedex
Re: Australian Open 2006

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Originally Posted by Jill
A bit late in posting just got back from Thailand. Managed to watch every single match of David's (suprisingly !!!) except for semi final. Boo Hoo. He did us proud and here's to the rest of the season with good fortune. It would have been nice for a Federer-Nalbandian re-match so David could win again. Talk to everyone soon when I have chance to read the threads.
Everybody knows that I would have loved to see a rematch, but it just wasn't meant to be, I guess. I have a feeling we will be seeing those two play each other in a couple slams this year.
01-31-2006 02:34 PM
Jill
Re: Australian Open 2006

A bit late in posting just got back from Thailand. Managed to watch every single match of David's (suprisingly !!!) except for semi final. Boo Hoo. He did us proud and here's to the rest of the season with good fortune. It would have been nice for a Federer-Nalbandian re-match so David could win again. Talk to everyone soon when I have chance to read the threads.
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