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Davydenko carrying an injury, is that why Vassallo Arguello was a slight betting favourite beforehand?
 

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At least this way Kolya stands a better chance of winning matches in Canada and Cincy, unlike last year. A subsequent 10-match winning streak in the north-eastern US last summer was not enough to raise his profile in America, it would seem.
 

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Now this is a rare occurrence...

I didn't know that Davy-Bot was fallible! :speakles:
Davydenko retiring is certainly not a rare occurrence.
 

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Davydenko retiring is certainly not a rare occurrence.
I haven't known him to retire that often...in-fact I've always thought of his retirement:match ratio to be below average...
Either that or I've missed a lot of his retirements.. [not totally unlikely..]
 

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He has 12 retirements, more than any active player except El Aynaoui, Pavel, Haas and Kiefer, all of whom are much older than him.
 

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what about Coria and Cañas, both of them have retired many times
and at this rate Del Potro will surpass all of them
just 18 years old and the guy has like 7 or 8 retirements lol
He has 12 retirements, more than any active player except El Aynaoui, Pavel, Haas and Kiefer, all of whom are much older than him.
 

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Despite the injury being non-existent in the first set, MVA was being pounded by gamblers across the globe. Intriguing.

I guess someone leaked the fact that Davy had a flight booked. Or someone leaked the fact that they expected Davy to randomly pick up an injury in the 2nd set.

Cynical? Moi?
 

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what about Coria and Cañas, both of them have retired many times
and at this rate Del Potro will surpass all of them
just 18 years old and the guy has like 7 or 8 retirements lol
Coria has 10 retirements to his name, Canas only has 4, and 2 of those were this year. In fact he was on the list of fewest retirements before then (I'm taking all this information from Neely's invaluable thread on retirements and walkovers).

This is Davydenko's 13th, now level with Kiefer. Haas has 14 now (retired against Stepanek in Rome), level with Pavel.
 

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ha ha
another fixed match in sopot
what a tournament:worship:

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Information that Davy was injured could have been known before the match, influencing the betting.

I had no knowledge of injury but figured Vassallo had a chance because Davydenko has been in poor form and struggled to beat an exhausted Pavel in the first round.
 

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I don't think that Davydenko has more retirements than Hajek, but I'm too phukin lazy to check it out.
 

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A whole lot of nothing will come out of this.
 

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to be fair to sopot, there weer fixed matches in washington also ( vanek, economidis )
great week
for some people
 
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