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Old 05-07-2006, 06:33 PM   #104
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Ok well a great weekend for the qualies. In the fact that Fabio Fognini has made a giant stride to becoming the player we know he can be. He beat Djokovic in three sets after beating Sabau in straihgts in the 1st round. Forza and now he faces Tommy Johnasson, tough, but he has a chance considering he beat Djoko.

Stefano Galvani the old legend also qualified. Great for him and he also has chance of progression as he plays Jiri Novak.

We also have 6 others already in the main draw.

Volandri faces Andy Murray in one of the intriguing matches (in my opinion) for round 1. Unforutnately if Filo wins he faces Nadal (or Moya).

Starace faces Tursonov. Winnable match but Potito faces Federer (or Chela) if he wins.

Bracciali has got probably the toughest match because he faces Nicolas Kiefer. I think he has a chance though.

Sanguinetti faces Alberto Martin, that is 50/50

Seppi faces Youzhny and has a really good chance if he performs.

Bolelli has got Verdasco, for me Bolelli has no chance but a surprise is always possible.

Forza Italiani.
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