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Old 08-26-2011, 04:56 AM   #26
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Default Re: Grand Slam Debutantes.

By my count, just three guaranteed debutantes in New York, but 6 more potential guys playing a third round match, and another 13 who would need to win two matches to make it for the first time. Two sections have three of the four remaining players as debutants, so there's a strong chance in both of those.

Debut:

Steve Johnson (WC)
Tatsuma Ito (DE)
Rogerio Dutra da Silva OR Sergei Bubka (Q)

Potential
Jones (v. Soeda)
Jaziri (v. Rufin)
Middelkoop (v. Niland)
Farah (v. Meffert)
Kudla (v. Jouan)
Dasnieres de Veigy (v. Bozoljac)

Souza (v. Naso, Goffin/Sijsling)
Naso (v. Souza, Goffin/Sijsling)
Goffin (v. Sijsling, Souza/Naso)
Knittel (v. Grigelis, Sousa/Gensse)
Grigelis (v. Knittel, Sousa/Gensse)
Sousa (v. Gensse, Knittel/Grigelis)
Elias (v. Sorensen, Fischer/Guez)
Brezac (v. Pospisil, Zemlja/Chiudinelli)
Pospisil (v. Brezac, Zemlja/Chiudinelli)
Galdon (v. Yani, Ram/Ball)

Kind of interesting to note that one of tomorrow's matches involving a debutant is a rematch of one in London, where Goffin and Sijsling played for a debut.
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