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well fought win for yuki. they traded breaks twice each early in the 3rd and then from 3-3 the server was dominant until yuki led 8-7 and he broke for the match.

really like yuki's game, he won me over in australia. hopefully he can qualify
 

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4th straight win in GS qualies ;)

This was a good win. He's had quite a few recently, should be able to crack the top 100 shortly with very little to defend for the rest of the year.
 

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Yuki :banana: Hopefully he can qualify , lately having great results on challenger tour after that injury break and after all of that what happened before....Talented guy,should be in top 100 .Played on clay last week in samarkand after all that yrs without clay matches and now winning against tricky player like nedo :cool:
 

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Bad loss for Nedovyesov :eek:

Bhambri is talented but he shows his talent only seldom.
 

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oh come on. nedovyesov is nothing special. this is a match yuki should have won and did
Nedovyesov on clay is a good player. He is just in bad form.

Bhambri on the other hand is in good form but his scheduling is so that he rarely gets tested by strong opponents. It's also only his second tournament on clay this year.
 

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Nedovyesov on clay is a good player. He is just in bad form.

Bhambri on the other hand is in good form but his scheduling is so that he rarely gets tested by strong opponents. It's also only his second tournament on clay this year.
he's good on clay, yes but yuki is the better player overall and he can play on clay.
 

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Bhambri is talented but he shows his talent only seldom.
A little harsh - he's notoriously injury prone, but seems to be able to string results together when he's actually playing regularly (qualifying for the AO, lots of deep runs in Challengers this year).

Bhambri on the other hand is in good form but his scheduling is so that he rarely gets tested by strong opponents. It's also only his second tournament on clay this year.
His scheduling this year (and I think in previous years too) has been with the aim of getting direct entry into Challengers, even if they're weak, because his ranking is ridiculously low due to injuries (he was somewhere in the 400s even after qualifying for the AO). I hope this changes now he's in the top 200 and direct entry isn't as much of an issue.

Hopefully he isn't too drained from this one and can back up against Puetz.
 
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