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    Think we've been in more GFs than North the past decade or so, haven't we?

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    Weak from Fed that right after breaking him.
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    Haha Raf needed all those 6 set points.

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    He's played another ridiculous shot to get brk point!!! And then breaks!!!

    Serve it out.

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    Love this man. Total ownage of Fed in Grand Slams.

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    Garish Euro Trash with asymmetrical arms, but he is a fine player.

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    Federer surely has a mental block against Nadal. Almost always Federer is off to a great start and then all of a sudden he goes into a shell and Nadal breaks through. The tactic of constantly pinging Nadal's backhand seemed to put Nadal under some real pressure, but too many unforced errors to beat Nadal. Approaching the net after hitting firmly to his backhand was working very well and all of a sudden in the tiebrack he hits a lame shot to Nadal's forehand and comes up. Did he even think he could win that point? Good for Nadal though, never gave up and weathered the early storm really well. That guys forehand passing shots are a thing of beauty.

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    That Federer/Nadal match was the same old story. Mind you, I don't think Federer can beat both Nadal and Djokovic in a Grand Slam tournament these days. Maybe one of them, but not both. He's played excellent tennis in the past five majors but he needs to catch a break to win another Grand Slam.

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    damn...the way nadal owns federer in the slams is incredible...although this has been talked about as a great rivalry, nadal has beaten him in almost every match that counts like sampras used to do to agassi...it's like their form coming into the match just doesn't count at all...it is difficult to see him beat a healthy nadal in a best-of-five sets match for the rest of his career...now i guess we will see him owned by djokovic in the finals...
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    screech vs squeal in the women's final....

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    Haha gonna be loud!

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    Have we heard more about Ivan Lendl this tournament, than Murray himself? Yes imo.
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