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Old 05-17-2014, 11:27 PM   #46
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Old 05-17-2014, 11:39 PM   #47
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6th favourite behind Nadal, Djokovic, Federer, Ferrer and Wawrinka however he can beat at least three of those players on a good day and if the draw is kind to him and maybe a few of the higher ranked players suffer shock losses then yeah he could.
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More like unicorn.
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I doubt his abilities to compete in a 5 set format on clay. Despite coming out half decently against Nadal, he was a mess by the 3rd set. Even halfling Ferrer outpushes him on clay 0-4
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He could certainly do very well if he plays like he did against Nadal...

Potential winner? Maybe...it'll be asking a lot from him though.
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2nd favourite behind Nadal
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It would be a brave man to rule Slamray out of any slam. A player with his talent and experience always has a chance.
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I think Djokovic won the first four meetings, so they cannot be included because the Serb developed quicker.
Djokovic also managed the luckiest win in Shanghai from match point down so you can ignore that as well.
Djokovic also cheated in the match in Miami so for fair play reasons we can discount that as well.
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I wanna see him play a goating Wawrinka. I'm guessing three breadsticks for him.
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I wanna see him play a goating Wawrinka. I'm guessing three breadsticks for him.
Wawa goating rate is 25%, may be he'll be on top form at RG or may not. But this match is on Wawa's racquet Murrays form non factor when he faces Attacking player.
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I think Djokovic won the first four meetings, so they cannot be included because the Serb developed quicker.
Djokovic also managed the luckiest win in Shanghai from match point down so you can ignore that as well.
Djokovic also cheated in the match in Miami so for fair play reasons we can discount that as well.
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He'd be a very, very dark-horse, but he could do well. He showed he can play excellent clay court tennis, but there's still a chance the best of five format might be a bit too soon. If he was playing like he did this week in Madrid, and still had Rome to consolidate his form, I'd be more optimistic.
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He'd be a very, very dark-horse, but he could do well. He showed he can play excellent clay court tennis, but there's still a chance the best of five format might be a bit too soon. If he was playing like he did this week in Madrid, and still had Rome to consolidate his form, I'd be more optimistic.
Rlly? M. Youzny, Simon can play 5 excellent matches like Murray did in Rome in clay season. Murray's level of Tennis never matters especially on clay, he needs to depend on opponent ues rather than his skills to win first round matches lol.

And Don't forget Murray have 2* Better forehand since lendl but he rarely shows it, oh same for mental fortitude and his aggressive game.

Man everyone can play well but its consistency and level of play that Murray can only dream for. Heck even peak Rosol defats Nadal when he's on, nothing special in it if one loses straight 12 tournaments after winning slam.
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I think Djokovic won the first four meetings, so they cannot be included because the Serb developed quicker.
Djokovic also managed the luckiest win in Shanghai from match point down so you can ignore that as well.
Djokovic also cheated in the match in Miami so for fair play reasons we can discount that as well.
By Tiebreak100 calculations, Murray leads the head to head 8-7
Stunning Objective h2h Analysis.

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No, he's the favourite
This.
Nadal and Djokovic better watch out.

A 20% Clayray almost defeated Nadal in Rome, I can only image what could happen if he's 100%.
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