Enqvist To Give It One Last Shot

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  1. hoosierbr

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  2. diegaa

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    Cool to see him back, I like enqvist game. I hope he can stay around a few more seasons.
     
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  3. flymeng

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    I wish Thomas had a better career. His ground strokes were awesome. Agassi and Sampras feared playing him in the mid 90s. I remembered reading an article about him before USO '95. They said he was the one to watch. Too bad he never won a major but he won a couple of the masters series.
     
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    Tremendous talent. I've seen him play up close as well as many others and it amazes me that this gut didn't live a bigger mark than he did. Awesome spin and pace on all his strokes.
     
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  5. DashaandSafin

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    Very very powerful strokes. Kind of reminded me of Marat Safin...shame he didnt win one major..
     
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  6. gscone

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    Awesome player whom killed each and every ball.. Why did he fall off?
     
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  7. D.  Nelson

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    ....I agree with everybody above...!! I had the chance to see him play up CLOSE a few times....when he was cooking.....it was 'top-line' --- BUT, I also saw him when he was a little off......and it was NOT a good thing to see....OUCH !!! His forehand/tactics were as good as anybody's (at the time) !!!
     
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