Ginepri vs. Fish - Predictions

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  1. Ash Doyle

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    Mardy Fish plays Robbie Genepri later today in Memphis. Any predictions on how this one will turn out? I'm going to go out on a limb and say Fish in 3 sets.
     
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  2. ragnaROK

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    I'd say the same as well. Fish in 3.
     
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    Ehhhh who cares? ;)
     
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  4. Andy Hewitt

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    The American will win!!!
     
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  5. fantom

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    The matchup would only be more exciting if Jan Michael Gambill were playing.
     
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  6. Ash Doyle

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    Fish is one of my favorite players. He showed a lot of promise at the end of the 2003 season, but he really flopped last year. I'm hoping he can get it together this year. His first round win against Blake was a good sign. Yeah, Blake is coming back from an injury but he gave Hewitt a hard time at the Australian Open.
     
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  7. fantom

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    I liked his game also a few years ago, but he hasn't improved at all as far as I can tell. Not technically, not physically, and certainly not mentally.
     
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    lol...............
     
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    The winner will be an American who is destined to never reach a slam singles final, and who will dwell in the top 50 for the better part of his career, but never reach the top 10.
     
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