US Open draw: Will Fred & Djoe be on the same side?

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by MDCCLXXVI, Jun 29, 2012.

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Same side or different now?

  1. No

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  2. Yes

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  1. MDCCLXXVI

    MDCCLXXVI Rookie

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    I guess this is a moment of truth.

    Assuming Djokovic retains #1 and Federer takes #2, will they still be on the same side of the draw at US Open?
     
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  2. Ico

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    Murray will be with them too. It'll just be Nadal and Ferrer in the bottom half.
     
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  3. sbengte

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    QFT. LOL. Not to mention Rosol will be on the Fedovic-Murray half.
     
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  4. hedera

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    Is this a serious question? Of course they will not be on the same side, 1 and 2 never are.:roll:

    And I would bet anything that Rafa will not be in Roger's half either.
     
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  5. forzamilan90

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    Well if they maintain the #1 and #2 respectively, no, but U.S. Open is quite a while from now.
     
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  6. TopFH

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    ^Good thing Roger hasn't got that many points to defend at Canada and the Real Slam. Any points he loses might be made up by his Olympic result.
     
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  7. norbac

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    Rafa has even less than Roger to defend.
     
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