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Old 05-05-2010, 12:55 PM   #151
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I'm not sure why he's playing Munich since he has 2 250 titles already and is certain to play Queens as well for possible 3rd countable result
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I'm not sure why he's playing Munich since he has 2 250 titles already and is certain to play Queens as well for possible 3rd countable result

he needs matches on clay
if he win this tournament and if he willn't win in chennai this tournament will be counted
this tournament can replace 4th best result on tournamtns from series 500
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Old 05-07-2010, 02:12 AM   #154
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Thanks God Marin finally passed over Greul Test No doubt Marin had the ability to win while he did trouble himself to lose it almost as well. To me it looked like that Marin had changed his clay-playing style in comparison to his earlier years (including challengers) which kinda confused me Maybe he is partising something better for grass/hard? Maybe he had to change coz of his body growing? Maybe he still felt it hard to read the opponents' games on court? Or maybe...?

As for the match, it was Marin who gave more chances to Greul to get points game after game, Marin tried and wanted to win but Greul was more active and easier for him to run Marin up Greul' balls were more changeable while Marin looked kinda lost at some points, whether should I say he didnt get mind ready enough? or just like what my friend said "Ohmy, is it really clay? are you sure it is not hard or grass?" I knew the meaning was that Marin didnt shoot clay things enough or made use of clay. So I was kinda worried. I mean it didnt matter win or lose, if it helps and make you better. Otherwise you have to shout at yourself and find the right routes.

Anyway thanks God Marin stays in health, pratises hard and wants to win. Time is the best witness. Ajmo Marin
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Old 05-07-2010, 02:19 AM   #155
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I'm not sure why he's playing Munich since he has 2 250 titles already and is certain to play Queens as well for possible 3rd countable result
I guessed that Marin himself also was eager to know why he was so bad on clay in the last weeks it is more important to make himself clear what had happened. Marin isnt that kind of guys who have quick responds for the first time, he always needs more time to make things assured. Besides there are other reasons I think, while anyway Marin is a clear guy who knows how to make choices, at least they should be not bad to him
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Default Re: Marin Cilic@ 2010 ATPTOUR … Munich Quarters vs Almagro

Cilic up a break against Almagro
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:47 PM   #157
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He's playing really good too, after God knows how long
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Old 05-09-2010, 05:16 PM   #158
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Default Re: Marin Cilic@ 2010 ATPTOUR … Munich Final vs Youzhny

Lost in the end with the 0-4 tough losses to Misha it feels not good while have to say Marin made his tries. For some while I smelt of some chances to win... Really hard to eat the game when the match went to 3-3 and sent out a love game gift just one game's missing but for a cruel mtch, one game means too much. Wish Marin could learn more from this. Maybe at that time just like me, thought that "now it comes the key games, to break him or to get broken", Gosh, I hated myself

It seems Marin still needs something, both tennis itself and his confidence. Good luck, my guy, let it move on, Madrid has come
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Default Re: Marin Cilic@ 2010 ATPTOUR … Madrid R3 vs Ferrer

Beat Ferrer!
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Old 05-13-2010, 07:23 PM   #160
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The ladies have finished, shouldn't be long now GL Marin
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Default Re: Marin Cilic@ 2010 ATPTOUR … Madrid R3 vs Ferrer

As expected, Ferrer too strong for Cilic
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Yep, perhaps if he wasn't so very up and down, there'd be a chance, but as it is steamrolled
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