Is it Ferrer's time?

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Will Ferrer win the Paris Open?

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  2. No

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  1. kaku

    kaku Professional

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    Will he finally win a Masters 1000 title?
     
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  2. Gonzo_style

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    Tsonga might be to much for him, but if he beat him Ferrer is practicaly in final! We'll see...
     
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  3. norbac

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    I'm thinking a Tsonga/Berdych final.
     
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  4. Brian11785

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    My thoughts exactly.
     
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  5. jaggy

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    Id love to see him win it
     
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  6. wintintu

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    Llodra will be very tough to beat
     
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  7. the cat petter

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    The problem about Tsonga is that he's very unpredictable. Sometimes he play very well but sometimes he doesn't. Ferrer, on the other hand, plays well consistently. I think he'll win unless some other player is having a great day when playing Ferrer.
     
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  8. Candide

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    All of these guys are in with a red hot chance. I'd love to see Ferrer do it but I also have a soft spot for Llodra as the ghost of Christmas Past. Tsonga already has a master's win and probably has a grand slam in him and Berdych bores me. Even without (or because it's without) the big boys this is an interesting tournemant.
     
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  9. romeo8880

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    lol jokes....nice.
     
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  10. Duncan Bell

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    It's Loldra's time

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  11. Duncan Bell

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    Hang on, Loldra will have Santoro on the court with him yeah?
     
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  12. ICanBeSerious

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    What? Isn't Santoro and Llodra the same person? :p
     
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  13. joeri888

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    It sad for David that of all Masters, this is the one where the top 4 aren't there to stop him. With Cincy, this is his worst chance really surface wise I think. If this happened in MC, he'd be a lock for the title basically.

    Tsonga and Berdych can beat him here. Not unlikely.

    I would really give it To Ferrer though if I had the choice.
     
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  14. PeteD

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    I think people need to start calculating in the new guy -- Jerzy Shore!
     
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  15. Steve0904

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    Yes, I think he will. Everyone will be tough from here on out, but Ferrer is quite adept at neutralizing power. I doubt he'll get blown off the court regardless if its indoors or not. If Ferrer does not win, I'd like to see Llodra win it.
     
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  16. Warmaster

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    Ferrer can be surprisingly good indoors. Remember the YEC in 2007 where he defeated Nadal, Djokovic, Gasquet and Roddick with the loss of just 1 set.

    I'm hoping for a Tsonga win though. After his heartbreaking loss in RG against Djokovic, it would be nice to see him win in front of the same crowd.
     
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  17. Russeljones

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    I like Ferrer but as it usually happens in life, when all obstacles for something to occur finally dissipate, usually new obstacles come into play. :)
     
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  18. rafafan20

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    Samurai!!!!
     
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  19. kaku

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    Ferrer beats Tsonga 6-2 7-5, will face the winner of Llodra-Querrey
     
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  20. xeropwnage

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    Quick question - why didn't Ferrer make it into the semifinals of the WTF? Doesn't he have the same record as Federer and del Potro? Perhaps someone can enlighten me; I'm new to the round robin concept.
     
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  21. Tafmatch

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    His set-record was worse than Fed/Delpo
     
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