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Davy's defeats in St Petersburg.

2006 - R16 Moodie, Wesley (RSA) 135 6-2 3-3 RET

2005 - Q Kiefer, Nicolas (GER) 29 1-6 1-6

2004 - R16 Beck, Karol (SVK) 53 1-6 7-6(4) 4-6

2003 - R32 Spadea, Vincent (USA) 29 6-4 1-6 2-6
 

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Davy's defeats in St Petersburg.

2006 - R16 Moodie, Wesley (RSA) 135 6-2 3-3 RET

2005 - Q Kiefer, Nicolas (GER) 29 1-6 1-6

2004 - R16 Beck, Karol (SVK) 53 1-6 7-6(4) 4-6

2003 - R32 Spadea, Vincent (USA) 29 6-4 1-6 2-6
:spit: :haha:

Conclusive proof that he doesn't fix matches :eek:

Get this crook out the game.
 

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:haha:
 

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:lol: as soon as i saw the draw i knew somebody will highlight this match

get your cash out :p

i hope Volandri stuffs him all ways
 

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oh great it should be interesting. :haha:

Pippo should win according to match fixing agreement. :lol:
 

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This will truly be a battle of the minds.

You can just picture the poker faces. The challenge for these guys will be to retire before the other one does, but one can't retire prematurely - that would look suspicious. It must be subtle, appropriate, dramatic. There needs to be a perfect game plan worked out.

My money is on Davydenko to retire - he'll pull it off brilliantly, leaving Volandri's in the dust. Volandri will be a defeated man, having to tolerate another match with a much lighter wallet. Davydenko will be bumming in St. Pete's with the ladies, his pockets full of mafia cash.
 
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