nadal-federer-djokovic in cincinatti

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  1. swisser

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    lets say its
    fed vs joke
    nadal vs ?
    and joke beats fed and ? beats nadal. then joke beats ?.
    what would the rankings be?
     
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  2. anointedone

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    If any of the matchups happen at Cincy, I am going to guess:

    Federer beat Nadal in 3 really tough sets
    Federer beats Djokovic in 2 fairly competitive but solid sets
    Djokovic beats Nadal in 3 tough sets
     
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  3. 8PAQ

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    LOL!!! I can't believe you guys actually think Nadal will reach the final.
     
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  4. saram

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    my head hurts...
     
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  5. swisser

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    put it this way djokovic beats fed and the person that beat nadal in semi:-D
     
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  6. Nadal_Freak

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    lol I can't believe how much of a troll you are. Nadal will make the final.
     
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  7. phoony

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    so.........what's the conclusion :confused:
     
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  8. SiLvErX

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    Nadal is lucky coz he would not have Djokovic on his side of the draw..so he can made it to the finals ...but it doesn't mean anything..there are other good players on hard court...but i do think Nadal will prevail all of them
     
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  9. TennezSport

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    Well.........

    I am not saying that Rafa cannot do it, but he will have a very tough time of it. He will have to get through Youzhny or Querry, then most likely Blake, and then through either Roddick, Berdych or Mathieu, just to make the semi. All who will be looking for revenge.

    This is not going to easy on Rafa's bad knee and arm. I also think it could hurt his chances at the Open this year, if he wears himself down. However, I know his heart is up to it.

    TennezSport :cool:
     
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  10. Rhino

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    The problem with this place is that most posters aren't much better than goldfish, they have about a one week memory.
     
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  11. tennis_hand

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    well, Cinci is a very fast court. I don't put my bet on Nadal making the final.
     
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  12. federer envies me

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    yeah cinci is a VERY fast court. I have my money on nadal making the quarters or semis at best
     
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  13. psamp14

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    i know cincy plays very fast, but how much faster is it in comparison to montreal?
     
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  14. coloskier

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    From what I have heard, about 10% faster. Making it almost impossible for anyone, including Nadal, Djokovic, or Federer, to chase down flat shots down the line. I think you will see the "winners" shot chart go up remarkably in this tournament.
     
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  15. Nadal_Freak

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    Cinci is fast but higher bouncing than Montreal because of the heat. I say Nadal will like Cinci more because of that.
     
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  16. 8PAQ

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    I am serious. Nadal will be out in his 2nd match if he plays against a healthy Youzhny. If Youzhny is injured or not playing then Nadal will be taken out by Blake or Gonzo. If somehow none of those 3 guys play Nadal then Nadal will lose in the semi. Unless by some miracle he is playing Ferrer in the semi. So anyway I say Nadal will be out in his 2nd or 3rd match.
     
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  17. swisser

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    nobody awnsered my question.
     
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  18. mrsrogerfederer

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    I don't get it.:(
     
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  19. Starlite

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    Haha, true. Imagine if Djokovic loses in the early rounds, we'll be subject to a week of "Novak Sux" threads for about a week or so! :p
     
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  20. Starlite

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    The rankings would still be the same, regardless. Federer still has way too much of a lead over Nadal to be decided by a MS event, same with the gap between Nadal and Djokovic. If this were to happen at a slam however, Nadal would take over #1, Federer would become #2 and Djokovic would remain #3, this is taking the current rankings points into consideration.
     
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  21. swisser

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    o my gosh lets make it simplier
    fed vs joke(semi#1)
    denko vs nadal(semi#2)
    winner of each match is below.
    denko vs joke(final) winner is below.
    joke is the cinci champ.
    ok now what would be the rankings.
     
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  22. Starlite

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    #1 Federer
    #2 Nadal
    #3 Djokvic
    #4 Davydenko
    #5 Roddick

    The only change would be Davydenko taking the #4 spot from Roddick because Roddick won last year and would thus lose points. Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal would all actually gain points because they lost in the second round (Roger and Novak!) and quarters respectively.

    The bottom line is: The gap in points between Federer and Nadal and the gap in points between Nadal and Djokovic is too large to be decided by a masters series event, where the maximum points awarded is 700.
     
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  23. Aeropro master

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    Swisser, you spelled cincinnati wrong:)
     
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  24. swisser

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    im guessing ur joking right:mad:
     
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  25. rorschack

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    dudes! didn't you watch Nadal always having issues in the matches at Montreal? Losing first set left and right! If Youzhny does not take him out, then Mathieu will.

    On the other bracket, I would love for the Joker to win again but I think Fed is too good and will adjust.
     
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