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As the title says.

My picks would be:
Istomin - coming off the Asian games, little recovery time and will need to fly across the world.
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Ferrer, Young, Flo Mayer, Berlocq, Polansky... Wouldn't count Istomin out, especially since he plays Johnson.
 

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I once traveled from Asia to North America, the jet lag is the most terrible I have experienced, I pity Denis Istomin and would be very surprised to see him win over an in form Steve Johnson.

Donald Young is not a walking bye at all, could bother JM Del Potro, will win a set if not more.
 

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Even as much as Jack Sock has been terrible, he might actually win a slam MD match this time round :spit:

I'd pick James Duckworth (though Murray could easily make this an extended affair)

Not sure who this Lloyd Harris is or why he is the favourite over Simon :unsure:

Berlocq will be WB for Milos
 

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Even as much as Jack Sock has been terrible, he might actually win a slam MD match this time round :spit:

I'd pick James Duckworth (though Murray could easily make this an extended affair)

Not sure who this Lloyd Harris is or why he is the favourite over Simon :unsure:
Harris has had an impressive run on the Challenger tour recently, W-F-QF the last 3 weeks losing only to Kokkinakis and Pospisil, while Simon hasn’t won an outdoors HC match since the AO, his form is much less predictable. Having said this, I would still give Simon a slight edge considering how well he did at Wimbledon.
 

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Harris has had an impressive run on the Challenger tour recently, W-F-QF the last 3 weeks losing only to Kokkinakis and Pospisil, while Simon hasn’t won an outdoors HC match since the AO, his form is much less predictable. Having said this, I would still give Simon a slight edge considering how well he did at Wimbledon.
Harris is another botting South African...

if Simon can bring that Pune level :drool:

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This match reminds me when Milos Raonic had to play Daniel Gimeno-Traver on grass (2015 Wimbledon) and he struggled hard to beat him :D
we can go more recently to Cilic Pella :spit:
 

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Harris is another botting South African...

if Simon can bring that Pune level :drool:

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we can go more recently to Cilic Pella :spit:
Indeed.

As for Gilles Simon, that Pune tournament was so promising, but this player never really found consistency in pulling out great wins, his type of tennis depends too much on the other guy's game I think.
 
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