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Old 03-09-2012, 08:02 PM   #148
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Then the Olympics will replace the worst of Halle and Doha 90 points.
So there's no need for him to play another tournament other than what's on his schedule. Good to know.

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Honestly if he does well in RG, I would prefer him to skip Halle (after all Nadal and Djokovic will be there then the tournament won't miss Roger too much) because last year he was not fit enough for the end of Wimbledon imo. And Halle is nearly useless as far as the rankings are concerned.
Halle is grass, he needs more grass wins to pass Hewitt - if he gets to play 3 grass tournaments this year, it's probably for the best for him to play Halle.

I would like to see him play Monte Carlo, if for nothing else, to get rid of that zero.
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