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    Quote Originally Posted by Anil View Post
    i don't understand this bolded comment, especially in connection with the rest of your post...??
    Djokovic, Murray and Nadal were all born around 1986-87, no one's stepped up after them..
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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    Djokovic, Murray and Nadal were all born around 1986-87, no one's stepped up after them..
    got it i was thinking of players who were on the tour around that time and in the 90s...didn't realize you were talking about players who were born in the mid-80s...

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    Zverev's attitude really sucks. Starting to dislike him a lot.

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    Impressive run by Del Potro to beat Thiem and Alexander Zverev back to back to make the Acapulco final, he will face Kevin Anderson. Hope Del Potro wins and does well in Indian Wells/Miami this time.


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    Federer vs. Chung up next in Indian Wells.

    Chung is backing up his Australian Open success here and this match should be much more interesting since he won't be suffering with blisters this time. Federer needs to win to keep his No. 1 ranking as well.

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    Good win for Federer, Chung played well in the first set.

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    Sampras was at the stadium.

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    Coric is outplaying Federer here. Fantastic display from him so far.

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    He will lose his no: 1 ranking with the loss right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anil View Post
    He will lose his no: 1 ranking with the loss right?
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    No, he would have kept it anyway. Only needed to make the semifinals.

    Coric was brilliant but the old man scrapped and scrapped and found a way in the end. Thought Federer struggled with the slowish/windy conditions (he's been playing later in the evening in his other matches) and Coric was really dictating with his backhand. He just made some bad unforced errors at crucial points and Federer capitalized. But it's been a while since someone's outplayed him like Coric was doing at times today. Very good match and shows how good a fighter Federer is, no way inferior to Nadal/Djokovic in that department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverratedSanity View Post
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    looks like delpo will take indian wells...

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    You're like clockwork.

    Del Potro's power is quite something. Fed manages to hold at the start of the second though.



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