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From what I've seen, Nadal is worse on Indoor than he is on grass.
 

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ommm it is difficult to say
my list is something like this:
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i do not take care players injured or out in form with low rankings
 

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You little bugger! :haha:

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I am convinced Henman would beat Stepanek indoors again, (might see it on Wednesday / Thursday) but Sexy has done better than Tim this year at any rate.
 

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You little bugger! :haha:

1. R. Federer
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3. I. Ljubicic
4. R. Stepanek
5. T. Henman

I am convinced Henman would beat Stepanek indoors again, (might see it on Wednesday / Thursday) but Sexy has done better than Tim this year at any rate.
:angel:
 

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In the old days Thomas Enqvist was an indoor monster.
 

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That was almost funny.

In the old days Thomas Enqvist was an indoor monster.
He's still decent on indoors, he had match point on Andy Roddick in San Jose earlier this year.
 

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Grinder said:
He's still decent on indoors, he had match point on Andy Roddick in San Jose earlier this year.
If he hadn't been injured for a long time and even 2 years ago, he'd still be there and Rusedski was good under a roof.
 

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TheBoiledEgg said:
Toad is a poor mans' Enqvist :p

Tompa indoors was lethal

still indoor tennis these days is no where near as good as it was.
As someone said the Toad is an uglier version of Enqvist, with less talent.

I remember Geneva's finest Rosset was a gun indoors, but the quality of the play indoors isn't what it used to be and Ivanisevic was good indoors as well.
 

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joeyd2005 said:
Pim-Pim as well is another, he has two indoor titles (is Memphis outdoor or indoor?)
Memphis is indoors and yes in the Swedish production line of indoor players.
 

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I guess Vinciguerra and Bjorkman are exceptions, or is Bjorkman an indoor specialist? Always thought he was more of a grass player.
 

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joeyd2005 said:
I guess Vinciguerra and Bjorkman are exceptions, or is Bjorkman an indoor specialist? Always thought he was more of a grass player.
Björkman and Vinci are not, though they have won indoor titles before, it's just the other ones these days are indoor players at the extreme level like Söderling or in between.
 
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