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Old 05-24-2005, 09:53 PM   #31
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Default Re: Can lightning strike twice?

I believe He can do it
Obviously, it depends on many factors:
Level of Tennis: playing at his best he is in the elite of claycourters
Experience: he already won RG
A little luck: I believe that he has a good draw. Nadal or Gasquet will arrive after one to each other eliminatory (and also after Grosjean or Stepanek). Federer is not going to arrive... and about Nalbandian or Gonzalez ...he knows how to beat both of them
Physicist: he does not seem to arrive with an as great load as others, and in addition naturally he is very strong
Self-confidence: I trust that he will have it

so .....

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