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Old 01-24-2007, 10:14 PM   #225
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Default Re: Commentary at its best

Also on AO radio, during Davydenko v. Haas match,

"So, I was trying to decide if Davydenko was the most unknown #3 seed in AO history. So, I looked up all the year end #3s since 1976 and I could only come up with three names more anonymous than Davydenko... (ed. note: drum roll)

"First, Juan Carlas (instead of los) Ferrero."
(awkward silence, then they decide Juanqui is better known than Davydenko.)

"Ok, how about Alex Corretja?" (commentators discuss and say that he was just a clay courter- so maybe)

"Finally, Yevgeny Kafelnikov." (other box commentators point out that Kafelnikov actually won the AO.)

Priceless.
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