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Old 05-07-2008, 12:55 PM   #35
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Yeah, really dramatic at the end of the second set. In a way, he saved all of those match points in such a positive manner (probably the highlight of the match for me) but that he had to save that many showed that he couldn't string anything together. That forehand dropshot he attempted before the loss of the match point in that final game was annoying.

But it was a poor match from David in general really, too inconsistent. I think Almagro played a solid match, but not as well as he can play.

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