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Old 09-07-2012, 01:44 PM   #31
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Henman losing to Hewitt -Queens Club final 2001: 7-6 7-6
Roddick vs that British fellow (I am embarrassed to forget his name, was it Baker?) in 1R Wimbledon 2012
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What tournament was it when Federer beat Santoro in straights? That was a pretty damn good match.
Good call. U.S. Open 2005. 2nd round I think. That was an absolutely outstanding match.

Another great loss to Federer was Suzuki (I think) at the 2005 A.O.
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Federer also beat Santoro in the 2004 US Open, the last two sets there were very tight. Federer nearly botched the third set tie-break.
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