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Old 03-07-2006, 10:37 PM   #13
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Default Re: The Brits' cheering thread!!!

The draw's now out!

Andy will play a qualifier in the first round - if he wins he'll play Davydenko in the second. I think this would be a good learning experience for Andy, and I actually think he could beat Davydenko if he plays well (San Jose final, rather than Las Vegas Andy). If he makes it far enough, he could face Safin in the third.

Tim will play Donald Young in the first round - he couldn't really have hoped for a better draw in that regard, as Young is not ready to compete at this level yet. Berdych in the second is winnable as there's no way of knowing how Tomas is going to play. Possibility of Hewitt in the third.

Greg gets Wawrinka in the first, which won't be easy, but the fact it's on hard courts should give Greg a helping hand. Oli Rochus is the winner's second round opponent. If somehow Greg manages to make it past both players, the other Swiss in the draw will most likely be waiting for him
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