Indian Wells Rd 3: Kei Nishikori vs Tommy Haas

Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by Backspin1183, Mar 9, 2014.

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Who will win?

Poll closed Mar 11, 2014.
  1. Tommy in 2

    5.3%
  2. Tommy in 3

    15.8%
  3. Kei in 3

    36.8%
  4. Kei in 2

    42.1%
  1. Backspin1183

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    When are they playing? "Spring forward" has me knackered; I can't make heads or tails of this OOP
     
  3. Backspin1183

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    It's the last match of the day on stadium 1 at 8:30 pm (local time).
     
  4. stringertom

    stringertom G.O.A.T.

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    Two to one it's a walkover or a retirement.
     
  5. Vensai

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    Kei Nishikori in 3 sets.
     
  6. dcdoorknob

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    If they're both healthy and able to play well, there'll surely be some nice baseline exchanges and nifty shotmaking.
     
  7. NEW_BORN

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    I think Nishikori has too much game for Haas nowadays.

    Can't see him losing a set to the German.
     
  8. tennisjedi

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    Nishikori in two tight sets.
     
  9. romeo8880

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    Unfortunately, it seems age has finally caught up to Haas.
     
  10. Niou

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    I also believe Nishikori takes this one in 2.
    He is too agile for Haas.
     
  11. PhotoBlue

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    Nishikori will be too much for Haas tonight. My prediction- Nishikori 6-3, 6-4
     
  12. Max G.

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    Anyone know why this match hasn't started yet? I thought it was already spposed to start.
     
  13. NEW_BORN

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    ^^^
    Ivanovic Stephens haven't finished playing
     
  14. Beryl

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    It'll be on after Ivanovic-Stephens. They are currently still in the first set.
     
  15. skygrinder45

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    Haas had a shaky start but started to get into a groove. Kei looks like he knows what to do against him though. I'll give it to Kei in two tight sets.
     
  16. Russeljones

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    Going with the old-timer. Nothing against Nishikori but for aesthetics' sake I hope Haas progresses.
     
  17. Vensai

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    Impressive performance by Haas.
     
  18. BreakPoint

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    Oops....... :oops:
     
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    BreakPoint had the only good selection :)
     
  20. Rob31

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    Very important win for Haas, as he has many points to defend in Miami.
     
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  21. Matt H.

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    yeah he's now defended all his points from last year's IW, so a win over Fed today is probably more important/realistic for a point defense standpoint vs. another run in Miami.
     

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