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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
[1]Djokovic v Golubev
Stepanek v Cuevas
Kravchuk v Simon
Haase v [31]Pospisil
[17]Youzhny v Ward
Wang v Gonzalez
Klahn v Querrey
Melzer v [14]Tsonga
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[12]Gulbis v Zopp
Stakhovsky v Berlocq
Chardy v Cox
Matosevic v [18]Verdasco
[26]Cilic v Mathieu
Haider-Maurer v Edmund
Tomic v Donskoy
Hanescu v [6]Berdych
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[3]Murray v Goffin
Andujar v Rola
Kamke v Hernych
Johnson v [27]Bautista-Agut
[20]Anderson v Bedene
Volandri v Roger-Vasselin
Gabashvili v Puetz
Kuznetsov v [16]Fognini
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[11]Dimitrov v Harrison
Saville v Thiem
Young v Becker
Groth v [21]Dolgopolov
[25]Seppi v Mayer
Brown v Baghdatis
An.Kuznetsov v Evans
Carreno-Busta v [7]Ferrer
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[5]Wawrinka v Sousa
Lu v Nedovyesov
Russell v Reister
Istomin v [32]Tursunov
[19]Lopez v Sugita
Falla v Pavic
Nieminen v Delbonis
Smethurst v [9]Isner
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[15]Janowicz v Devvarman
Hewitt v Przysiezny
Riba v Mannarino
Lacko v [23]Robredo
[30]Granollers v Mahut
Gimeno-Traver v Giraldo
Muller v Benneteau
Lorenzi v [4]Federer
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[8]Raonic v Ebden
Herbert v Sock
Kubot v Struff
Lajovic v [29]Garcia-Lopez
[22]Kohlschreiber v Sijsling
Ito v Bolelli
Ilhan v Kudla
De Schepper v [10]Nishikori
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[13]Gasquet v Duckworth
Kyrgios v Robert
Vesely v Estrella Burgos
Jaziri v [24]Monfils
[29]Karlovic v Dancevic
Sela v Kukushkin
Paire v Rosol
 

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The obvious choice would probably be Baghdatis. Also i expect Edmund, Kyrgios and Evans to win their 1st round matches

And why did you bold Jaziri? He's a lucky loser
 

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Jaziri is a LL.
 

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Discussion Starter #4 (Edited)
Because I'm a mug, I meant Vesely.


If someone of higher authority could change Jaziri (TUN) to Vesely (CZE) please...
 

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Baghdatis and Kyrgios both have a good shot at reaching the R32, in my opinion. But I hope Brown takes the Cypriot out.
 

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If Baghdatis beats Brown then I can see him getting to R3. There's a few others that should make R2 but don't seem to have a chance of going deeper.

Vesely should progress but will have a major task on his hands against Monfils. Likewise Kyrgios has a decent chance against Robert, but I don't imagine he'll handle Gasquet.

Evans should really be too much for Kuznetsov on grass, provided he's motivated of course. If he's not motivated at Wimbledon then he really should find a new occupation. Can't see him coping with Ferrer in R2 though. Edmund could make it past AHM as well, but Cillic awaits in R2.

 

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If Baghdatis beats Brown then I can see him getting to R3. There's a few others that should make R2 but don't seem to have a chance of going deeper.

Vesely should progress but will have a major task on his hands against Monfils. Likewise Kyrgios has a decent chance against Robert, but I don't imagine he'll handle Gasquet.

Evans should really be too much for Kuznetsov on grass, provided he's motivated of course. If he's not motivated at Wimbledon then he really should find a new occupation. Can't see him coping with Ferrer in R2 though. Edmund could make it past AHM as well, but Cillic awaits in R2.
I'm really praying he's unmotivated. That would be great for Andrey to make it into R2.
 

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kyrgios easily
 

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Given their draws, I'd say Vesely. Baghdatis obviously has the pedigree, but Brown then Seppi then Ferrer is pretty taxing (especially given that Seppi-Baghdatis is about 800% certain to go to five sets).
 

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Vesely has a nice enough draw can make the 3rd round at least, I'd like to see Baggy go far but have a feeling Dreddy will defeat him
 

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in a fantasy world dan would beat ferrer but i know thats never going to happen. for one thing he's playing like hell right now. if error-fest david weres till around and dan was actually playing well than id say maybe he could go deep here but those things arent happening

its pretty hard to see any of them doing anything really.

obviously if baghdatis is fit he could go on a run to maybe th4 4th round. but i have a feeling that match with brown will be an energy wasting marathon for both. depends on how the match goes. if one of brown or baghdatis manage to win quickly then the 4th round is possible
 
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