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    Quote Originally Posted by pax
    ... unless Tsonga can play like he played yesterday all the time... He could be unstoppable.
    I wonder if there is a way to link this back to post #7 making it am infinite loop.

    Now on to the Womens final (and the cricket).
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    The king of clay took out federer is straight sets, including 6 love in the final set. Surely there has to be some psych edge he has over federer on clay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intuition
    The king of clay took out federer is straight sets, including 6 love in the final set. Surely there has to be some psych edge he has over federer on clay
    Sigh depressing

    I hope Roger will be at his best again when playing on grass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron
    Sigh depressing

    I hope Roger will be at his best again when playing on grass.
    I wish one third of the official ranking season was played on grass. So there is a season of grass, hardcourt and clay.

    I think this would also make the game more interesting, instead of just a load of baseline floggers.

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    I'd settle for the French Open being televised on free to air!

    Looking forward to Wimbledon

    Is it me, or has Federer been a little off this year? First the Australian Open, and then straight sets in the French final.
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    So far all of the favorites are unscared. Lets see what happens in Round 2
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    Pleased to see Jelena Dokic doing well. She's been through a lot.
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    Tomic is out ..sigh Auzzie men are flying out of the draw one after the other
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    Tomic looked very good in the first set (I went to bed after that). He looks very promising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris
    Tomic looked very good in the first set (I went to bed after that). He looks very promising.
    Looks promising..but plays not so promising
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    Karanusic is trying hard against Nadal but still falls short of a serious challenge so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intuition
    I found it annoying that there was a cricket thread but no tennis thread so decided not to be lazy and start one up..

    Good to see that the aussie open is finally underway...nice win by Molik tonight although she didnt look overly convicing but that may in part be due to the hiddeous appearance of her opponent...lol...she has some tuff games ahead

    I think Hewitt is going to have a poor tourney, hes not in great form having lost to gooch not that i dont mind beacuse i find him extremely annoying

    I think Federer win take out the mens and Serena Williams the chicks....will be good in a weeks time when all the crappy players have been weeded out..
    Yeah I agree..
    GO FEDERER!!

    and im going for Ana Ivancovic in the womens' though I reckon Serena will probably win it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScarletFIRE
    Yeah I agree..
    GO FEDERER!!

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    Yep I too would love to see Federer win it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron
    Looks promising..but plays not so promising
    I was referring to his playing.
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