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Old 08-21-2013, 01:57 AM   #48
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Default Re: Joshua Milton

How did he do in that tournament in the end?

The loss to Broady in Chiswick wasn't so surprising, though the bagel 3rd set and the walkover in doubles was a bit strange, I'll assume there's nothing serious cos he's playing in Wrexham next week.
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Fedmug was never good mover, or you maybe think you should be elitte mover to beat players like Rodmug, Fatghatis, Mcbaldian, Safin, Ljubicic or Gonzales with average movement fedmug would have learned how to beat baby Nadal.

The seal of Fedmug game is serveboting and slicing, and neither one servbot was famous as ellite mover nor slicers are ellitte movers, in the fact opposite, players who are always short one step on court.

So in the case of Federer,the ultimate expierience(15years) is much more important factor than his movement, like Federer simple explained you.

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