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Old 04-12-2009, 01:43 AM   #190
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Originally Posted by Action Jackson View Post
Very good responses nestingnus.

Tsonga, will be actually playing some clay events this year, shall be interesting to see if he can play most of the season injury free.

Gulbis, well he is on the lookout for a new coach, but there is only so much a coach can do, if the player doesn't want to make the improvements.

Korolev, he is just inconsistent, though he has made a final this year and in a semi this week. It's not good losing a final to Fish though.
Bolelli hasn't really built on the form of last year, still too poor on returns.

Cilic is easily in the top 20 and progressing well, though his forehand can break down when under pressure and needs to improve his volleys.
That was his first final. It would have been worst had Fish lost.
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