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Old 08-13-2011, 10:32 PM   #6
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Default Re: Can Andy Stay Healthy for More Than 1 Week? HC Thread

^^ He suffered a knee injury at Shanghai Masters in 2009.

Usually, when Andy's had a long layoff, he tends to become jumpy, eager, and hyper aggressive in his first tennis match (think 2008 US Open vs Santoro when he blew Fabrice off the court in the first round; Fabrice took the loss personally).



I'm hoping we'll see something like that in Cincy. and especially against Kohlschreiber
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