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Old 01-12-2012, 05:33 PM   #31
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Tsonga is perhaps the only other player outside the top 4 capable of taking the title.

Guys like Berdych, Monfils, Del Potro (if he doesn't play as shit as he did in Sydney) are capable of pulling of upsets and making a SF though.

Raonic could have a good run too.
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a close match in the states and at Australia when Nadal was clearly injury affected??

there is no doubt that Nadal plays better in hard court grand slams than Murray, it's silly to suggest otherwise regardless of the H2H
Close match at the US Open? You're kidding, right? The last 2 sets were tight but the 1st 2 sets were VERY one-sided. Although the second set was 7-6 it shouldn't have been anywhere near that tight.

Rafa himself admitted he got himself injured near the end of the 2nd set, and still up to that point Andy was outplaying him.

So, what's your point?
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:40 PM   #33
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Schuettler after beating the Gooch, certainly win this status!
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Troicki gona troll every1 and make the finals
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Close match at the US Open? You're kidding, right? The last 2 sets were tight but the 1st 2 sets were VERY one-sided. Although the second set was 7-6 it shouldn't have been anywhere near that tight.

Rafa himself admitted he got himself injured near the end of the 2nd set, and still up to that point Andy was outplaying him.

So, what's your point?
Expect big things from Tomas and Gael I feel it just hope La Monf doesnt let me down like he usually does epect when he plays Nadal in Doha
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