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Post by fearsomeforehan » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:11:13


Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
form.
 
 
 

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Post by wkhed » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:19:10

Roddick is doomed!
Quote:

> Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
> to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
> form.


 
 
 

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Post by Dave Hazelwoo » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:19:58

On 22 Sep 2006 06:11:13 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

Quote:

>Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
>to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
>form.

Nadal is in deep shit then.

 
 
 

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Post by fearsomeforehan » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:20:44

He always was doomed on clay.
Quote:

> Roddick is doomed!


> > Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
> > to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
> > form.

 
 
 

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Post by fearsomeforehan » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:32:19

How about Fed then? :)
Quote:

> On 22 Sep 2006 06:11:13 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

> >Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
> >to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
> >form.

> Nadal is in deep shit then.

 
 
 

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Post by Dave Hazelwoo » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:36:37

On 22 Sep 2006 06:32:19 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

Quote:

>How about Fed then? :)

Well Feds won 3 slams and is sitting pretty for the rest of the year
already.

It's nadal who has ***ed up on hc's and who needs to redeem himself
on the carpet especially at madrid/paris. He has a LOT of points to
defend. Fed has NONE.

So, if Safin takes out Nadal early he loses big. If he takes out Fed
he loses nothing.

Get it now ?

Quote:


>> On 22 Sep 2006 06:11:13 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

>> >Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
>> >to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
>> >form.

>> Nadal is in deep shit then.

 
 
 

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Post by fearsomeforehan » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 22:45:22

well, Nadal has won a slam and made the Wimbledon final for the first
time this year. So he is not in "deep shit" at all. He has Madrid to
defend and Fed has his YEC final to defend. In that sense, they are
pretty even. However, I do think (good) Safin can take out Nadal on
carpet because his game matches up so well to Nadal's. If Fed and Safin
meet up, it should be a lot more competitive. I still give Fed the
edge.
Quote:

> On 22 Sep 2006 06:32:19 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

> >How about Fed then? :)

> Well Feds won 3 slams and is sitting pretty for the rest of the year
> already.

> It's nadal who has ***ed up on hc's and who needs to redeem himself
> on the carpet especially at madrid/paris. He has a LOT of points to
> defend. Fed has NONE.

> So, if Safin takes out Nadal early he loses big. If he takes out Fed
> he loses nothing.

> Get it now ?


> >> On 22 Sep 2006 06:11:13 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

> >> >Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
> >> >to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
> >> >form.

> >> Nadal is in deep shit then.

 
 
 

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Post by fearsomeforehan » Sat, 23 Sep 2006 23:33:29

And Russia is up 2-0. Misha beats Blake in 4.
Quote:

> Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
> to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
> form.

 
 
 

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Post by Luke Crol » Sun, 24 Sep 2006 21:20:32

On 22 Sep 2006 06:11:13 -0700, "fearsomeforehand"

Quote:

>Safin beats Roddick in straights in the first tie. I am looking forward
>to a good indoor season for Safin. He seems to have found his elusive
>form.

Beating Roddick on clay is no great shakes at all. Roddick played a
very unsettled, nervous match.
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