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As a Serb, it's a delight to see our guys doing well in Paris this year. We are a small country without proper tennis infrastructure, tennis isn't even it the top five most popular sports, yet only France as a host nation has more players in the third round. Great stuff.

France 5 (+1)
Serbia 4
Argentina 3
Spain 3
Germany 2
Italy 2
Switzerland 2
Australia 1
Austria 1
Belgium 1
Bulgaria 1
Croatia 1
Greece 1
Japan 1
Norway 1
Russia 1
Uruguay 1
Slovakia (+1)
 

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And they could all progress further. ;)
 

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I think next round there will be only one left or maybe two.
That's the most realistic option. Not liking Krajinovic's chances against Tsitsipas very much. No matter the form, Nishikori is a better player than Djere and will take a huge effort. Lajovic v. Sascha is a mystery. I will cheer for all four 0:)
 

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That's the most realistic option. Not liking Krajinovic's chances against Tsitsipas very much. No matter the form, Nishikori is a better player than Djere and will take a huge effort. Lajovic v. Sascha is a mystery. I will cheer for all four 0:)
That's fine. I will cheer for 2 - not bad either, right? ;-)
 

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As a Serb, it's a delight to see our guys doing well in Paris this year. We are a small country without proper tennis infrastructure, tennis isn't even it the top five most popular sports, yet only France as a host nation has more players in the third round. Great stuff.

France 5 (+1)
Serbia 4
Argentina 3
Spain 3
Germany 2
Italy 2
Switzerland 2
Australia 1
Austria 1
Belgium 1
Bulgaria 1
Croatia 1
Greece 1
Japan 1
Norway 1
Russia 1
Uruguay 1
Slovakia (+1)
Yep

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Not a big surprise to me, there is 4 serbians all within the top 32 of the ATP race and you don't get there without being consistent. So to see them all in last 32 of a grand slam is in line with how they've been playing this season so far. Serbia is in a very nice position at the moment for its ATP players. Especially adding in 19 year old Kecmanović, who looks like a good player in the making!
 

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That's fine. I will cheer for 2 - not bad either, right? ;-)
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