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Old 08-28-2012, 06:52 AM   #61
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^^I hope they didn't mean Young as the up and coming player
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:58 AM   #62
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^^I hope they didn't mean Young as the up and coming player
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"Novak, to me, goes in as the favourite still because he's the defending champion," Federer said. "He's probably won the most titles on hard courts the last couple of years. It's where he felt most comfortable."
Humbalito at it again.. oh wait.
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Shock of the tournament probably
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Horrible Match , not "Murray-Bogomolov"-Bad but it was nowhere near to be entertaining!
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And with this result, Young drops out of the Top 100.
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And with this result, Young drops out of the Top 100.
yes from #80 to about #120. Defended R4 from last year. Tough luck to draw Fed


On the other hand if you lose 17 out of 18 matches....gtfo Donald
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Horrible Match , not "Murray-Bogomolov"-Bad but it was nowhere near to be entertaining!
What do you expect from this swamp of a surface. Really awful speed.
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The only thing surprising here was that Fed didn't dish out any bakery items.
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What do you expect from this swamp of a surface. Really awful speed.
It's not Plexicushion mud but not Cincy either, the humidity is not helping I guess once it passes the surface would be somewhat good
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It's not Plexicushion mud but not Cincy either, the humidity is not helping I guess once it passes the surface would be somewhat good
Apparently, Ashe and Armstrong are painted differently. I guess it's just another "mistake" for the record .
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good to see that federer is playing well
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yes from #80 to about #120. Defended R4 from last year. Tough luck to draw Fed


On the other hand if you lose 17 out of 18 matches....gtfo Donald
#116 for now from #81 to be more exact.
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Count Fedula 22-0 in night session at US Open
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