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Which round will Dustin Brown reach in Wimbledon 2015

  • 3rd round: reverts to journeyman vs Troicky

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  • 4th round: missed opportunity at wide open round of 16

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  • QF: a heroic return to the center court

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  • SF: Murray humbled as well

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  • F: Fed shaking head and smile

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  • Win: The ultimate unthinkable fairytale of Wimbledon

    Votes: 2 12.5%
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What do I say, on Thursday it's a performance in the center court of Wimbledon making tennis aficionado everywhere speechless. With such all court talent and mastery of serve & volley, drop shot and lob, yet can attack on both wings from baseline, we'd wish he was still a little over 20 rather than 30 years old. At this age, he really needs to concentrate and go deep this year.

Whatever happens next though, his performance on Thursday will forever be remembered in Wimbledon history.
 

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What do I say, on Thursday it's a performance in the center court of Wimbledon making tennis aficionado everywhere speechless. With such all court talent and mastery of serve & volley, drop shot and lob, yet can attack on both wings from baseline, we'd wish he was still a little over 20 rather than 30 years old. At this age, he really needs to concentrate and go deep this year.

Whatever happens next though, his performance on Thursday will forever be remembered in Wimbledon history.
Look there's a reason he is 102 the world. Just because he got by a declined Nadal in 4 sets. Doesn't mean he is going much further. The very best he can do is round 4. All these journey men who beat Nadal never do anything else. The high point of his career was yesterday. If he had beaten peak Nadal. That would have been something. This Nadal, no surprise at all.
 

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Look there's a reason he is 102 the world. Just because he got by a declined Nadal in 4 sets. Doesn't mean he is going much further. The very best he can do is round 4. All these journey men who beat Nadal never do anything else. The high point of his career was yesterday. If he had beaten peak Nadal. That would have been something. This Nadal, no surprise at all.
the very best? So you think he can beat Troicki but not Pospisil or Ward? The draw is open for the QF if he can keep it up. He will probably lose his next match like the previous Nadal upsetters have done.
 

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Look there's a reason he is 102 the world. Just because he got by a declined Nadal in 4 sets. Doesn't mean he is going much further. The very best he can do is round 4. All these journey men who beat Nadal never do anything else. The high point of his career was yesterday. If he had beaten peak Nadal. That would have been something. This Nadal, no surprise at all.
You need to stop with your nonsenses already.
Yes there is a reason why he is #102. And it has nothing to do with whatever you think it has to do.

This man suffers from surface homogenization and the lack of grass court tours mainly. Switch events that are played on clay with grass and this man would have been easily top20 player. What's even more tragic, he's not the only one.
 

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Loses to Troicki in 4 sets
 

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No reason to suggest he will not return back to his journeyman ways, and 3rd Round remains as his best Major result.
 
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