The most unpredictable final of FO 9 years later.

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  1. Aykhan Mammadov

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    Puerta is back after 8 years of disqualification and he wins FO in 2015.
     
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  2. vllockhart

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    Just Say No
     
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  3. babbette

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    nahh he would've doubled up by then and a further eight years will be added they never learn!!
     
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    I love you, man. You rock. This is why you are one of my favourite posters. Kick ass. Always entertaining.
     
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    The King of Clay, Nadal, lost in the first week of FO 2015.
     
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    To Puerta, no doubt. And Puerta has just returned from his 8 year forced-retirement.

    Puerta then won the 2016 Best Comeback Laureus award.

    And Nadal promptly retired from active tennis a la Borg.

    As they say : weirder things have happened in tennis.
     
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    Safin wins his dream slam in 2015. Roger cries...again. That #@)() Safin.LOL
     
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  8. Dan007

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    But after the Final they found out that he was doping again. He will always be a cheater!
     
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