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Out of the 8 players, who is/are the weakest link(s)?

Andre Agassi
Albert Costa
Roger Federer
Juan Carlos Ferrero
Lleyton Hewitt
Carlos Moya
Jiri Novak
Marat Safin

I would say Novak is the weakest link, but only because he is slightly injured. If he wasn't injured then I would say Costa is the weakest link because he is not very good indoors.
 

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Albert Costa by a LONG LONG Way

it took him to 2000 to win his 1st ever Career match indoors
and this yr he hasn't won one either
 

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Costa the weakest link? my ass!:rolleyes:
Costa will shut up the mouth of his haters:fiery:

¡Vamos Albert win the whole thing!

The weakest link in my opinion is Ferrero:p
 

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Costa is the weakest link.
Out of all the players in the field I think he won't bring his A-game on court with him.
He hasn't been playing well since he won RG. I think he's 8-10 since winning RG. He lost 6 times in the 1st round.
 

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I guess its Costa:bounce:
 

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LMAO @ Niminator :D :D :D

Too true, I wish there's a cure for brain cramps.... :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
 

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Weakest link is Costa!

*lol @ Niminator and Marat's head being the MC's weakest link!*
Marat you'd better fix your head and make sure that brain cells are working fine (say no to mental collapse!):p

Vamos Marat!
 

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is Ferrero, or Novak, even Marat if he plays like a spoiled child! but not Beto Costa:mad:
 

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Ferrero reached the semi finals last year, and has won more matches indoors this year alone, than Costa has in his life.

Rip your head out of denial for a second, and join the rest of us in reality.

If he isn't injured, I think that Jiri is going to surprise a few people...
 
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