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Old 05-31-2011, 09:53 PM   #104
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Default Re: There is no finish line...

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Originally Posted by JediFed View Post
Indeed.

Consecutive:

F/S/QF/4R/3R/2R

Chasing Ferreira for 1R, and Lendl for 4R at slams attended (34 vs 28). Took 10 years for Lendl to make that record.

One point, the MPs against Del Potro. Or he'd have the set. Pity. If he had beaten Nadal at the AO, he would have had 7 in a row.
Just a small note - I think he was 2 points away from beating Del Potro but never had match points. He was also 2 points away from beating Davydenko at that year's WTF and that would have been enough to see him through to the finals.
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