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Old 10-06-2012, 08:46 AM   #16
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Fabulous play from Kei-chan!
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Unbelievable performance from Kei, one of the best matches I've ever seen him play.

Milos is in big trouble IMO. If he wants to spoil the party tomorrow, he'll definitely need to up his game to another level. Otherwise I could very well see Kei winning in 2 tomorrow.
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I loved Kei throwing in some sneak attack SV play at times too - he executed that beautifully. I was all
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I know Milos is the favorite, I just have that bad gut feeling that he will lose

I like Kei though so if he did lose then at least Kei won, and on home soil to boot
Hope for a great final between these two young talents.

If Milos played like he did in the 1st set against Murray, Kei will be in all sorts of trouble.
It's a huge advantage to have a massive and accurate first serve, and even Milos' second serve is over 200km/h...

My head says Milos, heart says Kei...He's been in a couple of finals since his debut victory in Delray Beach. It will be amazing if he can win it here.
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someone said yesterday that kei was as boring as robredo....
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someone said yesterday that kei was as boring as robredo....
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someone said yesterday that kei was as boring as robredo....
you think you hit rock bottom when it comes to dumb opinions but this is like rock bottom, then 50 feet of crap, and then this.
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This will be a very interesting and really looking foward to it.
As far as i can recall, Kei doesn't have a good track record against power player (but he did beat Berdych..)
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Impressive scoreline!

Hope he can take down Raonic too
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It was Burrow actually. Usually one of the wiser forum members these days
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Kei's game is most like Novak's when it's on. Beautiful BHDTLs. Loved him being aggressive and attacking the net. He's also pretty fast in his play compared to the Nadals and Djokovics. So happy for him.
This. Actually whenever I see Kei, he reminds of 2007 Djokovic (apart from the serve). He is a Mini 2007 Djokovic. Nole now plays a bit different game than in 2007 or 2008. Now, he is more balanced between defence and offense. OTOH, Kei's tennis is more offensive than defensive. That's why I said his game looks like 2007 Djokovic's game who is very offensive player.
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Well, Kei has shown he's on fire and will dofinitely do something in the final
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