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Old 01-18-2013, 11:01 AM   #16
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Hopefully, Kei will take care of him.
Hopefully? How come you're not sure?
Let me guess, if Ferrer somehow manages to win, you and your mug partners will claim Nishikori was injured, right?
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:02 AM   #17
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Yep, his crap is still better than the rest of the bunch though.
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:02 AM   #18
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Ferrer didn't even try at times and still beat Baggy pretty easily. Baggy however, was atrocious. Who the hell told him to hit directly at Ferrer? That's just asking for trouble.
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:04 AM   #19
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Ferrer didn't even try at times and still beat Baggy pretty easily. Baggy however, was atrocious. Who the hell told him to hit directly at Ferrer? That's just asking for trouble.
Yeah, to put it in a language that Ferrer haters can understand, it's like the field rat coming directly towards the eagle, when the eagle dives.
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"This will be an epic match"
"Baghdatis can make life very difficult for Ferrer"
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Lol, so what? Bad day, it happens. It only means that his way to TOP-10 back would be a bit longer.

Good one this Ferrer, he will destroy Almagro in 4234 time in quarter it seems.
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Yeah, to put it in a language that Ferrer haters can understand, it's like the field rat coming directly towards the eagle, when the eagle dives.
Well, I don't mind Ferrer. But I suppose that's one way to describe it
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Bagdhatis has been going through the motions like this for the past 5 years. His X-factor has completely dissipated and he basically gets routined by every top player he faces. He's obviously talented and capable so it's quite disappointing how he continues to churn out these pedestrian performances.
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Default Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Well, it was a bit closer than the scoreline suggests: Baggy was just hopeless on break points.
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:20 AM   #24
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Default Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

Ferrer was not particularly good at first, then he became much better. Still not very focused at times, he got broken back a lot... But he plays so well when he is in aggressive mode. He needs to find that more often, because he does it very well and it works. Sometimes you don't know why he seems to lapse back into a more defensive mindset and then either the other player is not playing very well and it works, or else, it doesn't work at all.

I won't say I'm not worried about Nishikori, he's my biggest fear for Ferru (well if you don't count Novak obviously ^^). But at the same time, people were predicting him a tough match against Baghdatis, and he straight-setted him without even trying that hard, so... We'll see.
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:28 AM   #25
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Default Re: Australian Open R3 : Ferrer def. Baghdatis 6-4 6-2 6-3

despite the excessive pushing, unlike his latest attitude, Ferrer was clinical in every aspect of the game.

Some net displays that could make even McEnroe go wow..

Baghdatis didn't have enough pace in the feet and respectively the baseline shots, so he was doomed from the beginning.

I expect Kei to have much better chances, having sharper baseliners as well as being much faster than Marcos.
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Always pleasure to see Ferrer easily vulturing products of Fedmug era, the weakest era world has ever seen.
Yes that's is truth, 5% of Ferrer is still enought for Slam Finalist of that transitional era.

Its quite funny how Federer escaped this version of Ferrer whole year, blue clay and Wtf after Ferrer played whole month doesn't count. Its just matter of time when Ferrer is going to convert him to new pigeon like Berdych, Delpo or Tsonga.
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Baghdatis is more talented than Ferrer? lol
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Better player won.
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Fatdatis to eat 50 kebabs in sorrow and down a bottle of Zante plonk.
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Baghdatis is now pretty much a bye for top 10 players. A shame his talent has gone down the drain due to lack of fitness and confidence.
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