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Who will win?

  • USA

    Votes: 22 33.8%
  • Australia

    Votes: 8 12.3%
  • Czech Rep

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Belgium

    Votes: 21 32.3%
  • Slovakia

    Votes: 6 9.2%
  • Spain

    Votes: 4 6.2%
  • Italy

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Paraguay

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Uzbekistan

    Votes: 3 4.6%

  • Total voters
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Who will win the Hopman Cup?

1. USA - Serena Williams & James Blake
2. AUS - Lleyton Hewitt & Alicia Molik
3. CZE - Jiri Novak & Daja Bedanova
4. BEL - Kim Clijsters & Xavier Malisse
5. SVK - Daniela Hantuchova & Dominik Hrbaty
6. ESP - Tommy Robredo Virginia Ruano Pascual
7. ITA - Davide Sanguinetti & Silvia Farina Elia

Q. PAR - Ramon Delgado & Rossana Neffa-De Los Rios
Q. UZB - Iroda Tulyaganova & Oleg Ogorodov
 

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I think Slovakia will win because of Domink Hrbaty's brillance and Daniela Hantuchova's goodness!
 

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I don't see Blake winning many matches, but US look firm favs

Belgium stands a good shot too
Slovaks chance all depend on Hrbaty if he can get out of his 2 year slump
 

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I hope Belgium or Australia will win the Hopman Cup!!!
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Probably USA :(

But I hope Belgium :)
if they can't then Australia

Of course I would love to see a Belgium vs Australia final..but I don't see that happening.
 

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i'll go with belgium on this
 

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USA, but I wouldn't like to watch them winning.
These 2003 draw isn't attractive at all for me, there's no Russia, or Switzerland.
I'd cheer for Paraguay because it's the only latinamerican team, but I'm realistic, they don't even stand a chance there.
 

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USA, and not just because of Serena. Although that tips the scale in there favour certaintly.

James is good enough to give any of those guys a run for their money, and beat a few of them. If he can give Hewitt a hell of a match, I see no reason that he can't trouble Malisse, Hrbaty, Robredo etc.

He is also not a bad doubles player - he's had some success there.
 

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well, i thought that i was talking about the Fed Cup. Was a mistake. Is the Hopman Cup, Held in Perth, Australia. A mixed tournament. Last champions were the spaniards: Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario and Tommy Robredo and before them "Team Switzerland" was the champion (Martina Hingis & Roger Federer)

Yes i Know enough about this tournament, but that mistake was a "lapsus linguae". It happens, sometimes. ;) (luckyly not often)
 

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well, i think the U.S. stand the best chance JUST because of serena. she's good in doubles as well, so...

but i'd really like to see jiri novak & daja bedanova do well!
 
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