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Old 06-08-2009, 11:12 PM   #43
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Default Re: The "unknown" serbs season

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Ohh what an day! Poor Zekic, iv´e seen it too often. Are there any player who´s got that little extra who maybe can enter top 200 of what you seen? Ciric,Slovic?

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Thanks for the report Jelena!
Little late response, but I think Zlatanovic and Lajovic might do that, maybe even more, potential is there.Now, are they able to get proper funds for training and traveling to tournaments...their own commitment to tennis...not getting injured like Zlatanovic who lost 8 months or so...so much factors needs to align for one to make it all the way.Wish them both all the luck.
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Who is going to break him? Chardy?
Chardy breaks Murray three times in a row right after.

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