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Old 06-24-2008, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Wimbledon R1: Grosjean def. Starace 6:2 7:5 6:1


Unfortunately I could only follow the livescores.
Can anyone tell me how he looked out there?
How was his level of play?
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Old 06-24-2008, 12:33 PM   #2
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Default Re: Wimbledon R1: Grosjean def. Starace 6:2 7:5 6:1

Any win for Grosjean right now is a good win. Starace never had a chance.
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Good win for Seb
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Default Re: Wimbledon R1: Grosjean def. Starace 6:2 7:5 6:1

It's still Grosjean's usual best GS... I remember I was in London when he met Henman in the 1/4 finals. That was a great game!
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Default Re: Wimbledon R1: Grosjean def. Starace 6:2 7:5 6:1

At least Starace didn't retire during the match.
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Since when was their such a thing, as a bad win?
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Since when was their such a thing, as a bad win?
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Default Re: Wimbledon R1: Grosjean def. Starace 6:2 7:5 6:1

Nice win for Grosjean. He's past his best of course, but grass has always been his strong surface.
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