ATP Masters Series Canada: Wild Cards and Qualifiers all on one side of the draw!!

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  1. TennisProPaul

    TennisProPaul Banned

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    I have never seen 7 of 8 Qualifiers and 4 of 4 wildcards all on one side of the draw for a masters tourn or any tourn for that matter. Im sure it must happen sometimes, but I have never noticed it.

    There should be a rule where they at least they make sure its even. 4 on the top and 4 on the bottom placed random, and 2 and 2 with the wildcards.

    I know its the luck of the draw but this is just sily.

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  2. Breaker

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    I guess they felt sorry for them and didn't want them to have to run into Roger until the final.
     
  3. TennisProPaul

    TennisProPaul Banned

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    haha,

    well look at Nalbandians 8 player section.

    Nieminen
    Q
    WC
    WC
    Q
    LL
    Q
    Nalbandian

    unreal!!
     
  4. Breaker

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    Fed's section

    Federer
    Mathieu
    Serra
    Grosjean
    Bracciali
    Tursonov
    Mirnyi
    Haas

    Looks like ever since the French Open the organizers got tired of Roger too :) .

    Lmao Nalby has a pancake draw, lucky him after coming back from his fridge raids *ahem* "injuries".
     
  5. tennis_nerd22

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    wow that sucks for fed, but i dont think he minds ;)
     
  6. Max G.

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    Haha, I bet the tournament directors are *wishing* that they rigged draws so this stuff wouldn't happen ;)

    Everyone in Federer's section is gonna be pissed, and all the qualifiers are gonna know they have a great chance.
     

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