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    Haas also not in the tournament now after losing in straight sets to Chardy, honestly Tommy think its time to retire.

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    **** me dead Hewitt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    **** me dead Hewitt.
    Hardly surprising, is it.
    Messi scores on the rebound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Hardly surprising, is it.
    No idea why he, Safin and even Haas are still on the circuit tbh. Retire with your millions already.

    And wtf is wrong with Nalbandian? Does he realise he's still a top 10 player?


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    At least Safin has said he's going to retire after this year.
    Hewitt and Haas just appear to be either very stubborn and still think they are better than what they are or they feel they have something to prove coming back from injuries.

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    Looks like Nalbandian is going to bottle this big time. Up a set, 5-3, and then has four match points and just goes to ****. Nadal's great in those situations, but he just froze.

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    Love Rafa so much. Just never gives in.

    Gave a very frank and honest interview after the match. Admitted he was 'scared' of Nalbandian's backhand, and considering that before this match he'd never taken a set off Nalbandian, being 5 match points down throughout the match, and still winning, show's how much class he has.

    [I]“I think today was lucky. Anyway, well, I am not happy. I'm not very happy about myself and the first two sets. I think I had from the memory, a lot the last two matches. He played well, yes, but I… was a little bit scared about his backhand. I didn't go to the match with the best mentality.

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    Roddick just crushed Djokovic.

    Unbelievable. Not sure what to make of Novak atm. Wins a tournament, then gets owned at other times to lower ranked players. What's certain is he's definitely not #3 in the world. Murray is better atm.

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    it's probably a lack of confidence caused by the realization that both nadal and federer and possibly even murray are clearly better than him...
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    It's because he's ****ing overr-rated, I've been saying it for yonks. He's soft mentally. Just wished I hadn't screwed the numbers at Sports Bet, I wanted Roddick to win, not Djokovic.
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    He may be overrated, but he's still winning more tournaments than Federer in 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright View Post
    It's because he's ****ing overr-rated, I've been saying it for yonks. He's soft mentally.
    Yeah, but you hate his guts. It's a bit like half the forum saying that Mitchell Johnson bloke will stop having luck soon.

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    argh...sack the producer (or whoever it is that is deciding on the camerawork for the Federer-Murray match) the view is far too low. It's not hard to get a decent position for Tennis but there have been more than the odd tournament so far this year with dire tv pictures. Sort it out.

    Murray breaks anyway, Fed started really well and really should have broken in the last game though. The more recent Fed-Murray games usually go 3 sets with Fed winning the first though
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    Murray is so awesome. Great to watch.

    His odds kept climbing despite the fact he'd beaten Roger in their last 4 meetings (including unofficial Abu Dhabi). Make that 5 now.

    Awesome that Rafa beat Roddick as well. We now have another Rafa vs. Murray final, except hopefully this time with neither of them being injured.
    Last edited by Jono; 21-03-2009 at 06:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    He may be overrated, but he's still winning more tournaments than Federer in 2009
    doesn't mean a thing and you know it....



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