ATP head to head records that are stunning

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  1. Leelord337

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    Blake 7-0 over Davydenko, including one on clay last year in Estoril. Davy's only won 3 sets in those 7 matches.

    Simon 2-0 on Fed.
     
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    Fed 19-2 over Roddick
    Fed 12-0 over Soderling
     
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    How are these surprising?
     
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    That's the most stunning head to head i've seen as well. :shock:
     
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    As a Thomas Muster fan, I'd have to say his 0-10 head-to-head against Stefan Edberg.
     
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    Fabrice Santoro 7-2 Marat Safin is another one.

    Oh yes, I remember Kafelnikov being owned by Berasategui. He didn't even win a set!
     
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    Kafelnikov v. Santoro
    6-0
     
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