Unbalanced Draw at Hamburg

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Will Federer be able to defend Hamburg?

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  1. Ethan04

    Ethan04 Rookie

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  2. Marius_Hancu

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    Add to that perhaps Berdych, who beat him in Athens (but hasn't performed well since).

    However, Fed needs tough matches to steel himself again.

    BTW, I think Nadal had a pretty easy draw in Rome, until the final that is ... but that's not his fault.
     
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  3. VamosRafa

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    Not sure I agree. He made things look easy against Canas, but he's a very dangerous player. And both Stepanek and Ferrer have had very good clay results lately. In fact, if you look at this pre-Roma "King of Clay" listing, you'll see that Ferrer is the closest to Nadal in terms of claycourt points:

    http://www.eurosport.com/imgbk/tennis/all/md-i181336.jpg
     
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  4. Andy Hewitt

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    Not too sure about Roddick... ;)
     
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