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Old 07-26-2012, 09:38 PM   #9
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Default Re: What's more likely to happen for the Americans in the olympics

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Originally Posted by BAMJ6 View Post
According to the draw, the best Americans can do is Isner-Young and Roddick-Harrison semis. If Young and Harriser somehow play each other, it'd be for Bronze. Of course that would assume Isner beats Fed, Roddick beats Djok and Young and Harrison win any matches at all next week
Yea I didn't look it all up. I just wanted to post something ridiculously pro-American since posters here love to poop all over the current state of American tennis. Which is what this thread is really about isn't it?

The thread title actually reads "How bad is American tennis, just how much do those guys suck now?"
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Anyone who says any player has no chance against Dolgopolov is clearly trolling.
That's the gospel.
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