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Old 07-26-2012, 10:11 PM   #13
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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 Fumus View Post
Everything is possible then. Roddick is 5-3 against the great Serbian faker and he won 4 of the last 5 matches they've played.

A-Rod is a bad matchup for Novak...Novak doesn't have a good fast serve return. If Andy serves over 70ish percent first serves Novak is going to have real trouble.
so much for Nole being able to compete on fast surfaces eh? Return GOAT? I think not
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but of course in terms of tennis IQ the difference between Murray and Berdych is comparable to a nobel prize winning physicist and a door.
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