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Old 01-28-2013, 07:56 AM   #8
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Default Re: MTF: How is the Australian Open viewed as a "grand slam"?

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Originally Posted by Topspindoctor View Post
If you want a clown slam, look no further than USO, with shitty scheduling, super saturday, tie breaks in 5th set and no roof over AA.
this. Especially no roof and shitty scheduling.
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Originally Posted by MuzzahLovah View Post
Outstanding play on that bp. Djokovic was ahead in that point at the start.

If Berdych can't keep a double break lead I'm done with tennis.
Djokovic took set 6-4 against Berdych.

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“Does Djokovic resemble myself?” Agassi said. “No, he is even better. He defends really well, while I struggled more in that element of the game. Novak looks totally relaxed when defending, completely calm and the quality of his return is incredible. He is also extremely flexible in his game, which is facilitated by his ability to anticipate his rival’s moves. That is why I think he is a much more versatile player than I was and he is also much more athletic.”
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