Who will win Miami?

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Who will win the Nasdaq-100 Open?

  1. Andre Agassi (the smart man's pick)

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  2. Roger Federer (a good pick anywhere)

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  3. Andy Roddick (lucky @#$% got an easy draw)

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  4. Guillermo Coria (not on hard courts, not yet)

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  5. Carlos Moya (for you, Purecarlosmoyadrive)

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  6. Rafael Nadal (Yeah right Susan, he's awful)

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  7. Tim Henman (Brits vote here)

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  8. Marat Safin (always dangerous)

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  1. Anonymous

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    Poll is open for voting until Wednesday when the tournament starts. Don't forget: LOOK AT THE DRAW. Agassi's possible matchups are Zabeleta in Rd. 2, Mirnyi in Rd. 3, Verkerk or Calleri in Rd.4, in the quarters: Nalbandian, Safin, or P-dorn, semis vs. Roddick or Moya, and finals vs. Roger. OBVIOUSLY FOLKS, WE HAVE ON OUR HANDS AN AGASSI VS FED FINAL IMO...
     
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  2. Feña14

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    Come on Tim!, a good performance here and he could move up aplace in the rankings and overtake Schuettler, I for one think that it's great having a serve and volleyer high up in the rankings.

    The draw is difficult(I think!)

    Another great week her Tim please!

    Liam
     
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  3. @wright

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    I wouldn't worry about Tim overtaking Scheuttler, he has really pulled a Chang this year.
     
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  4. TS Ramesh

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    Under normal circumstances, I would have gone with the Fed. Besides liking his obviously good chances, I'm a big fan of his shot-making abilities and his super-cool demeanor. My only reason for picking someone other than him is that it's been a while (in my feeble recollection) since anybody won Indian Wells and Miami back-to-back. Any tennis historians out there?

    Ramesh
     
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  5. TS Ramesh

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    OK, a quick check showed that Agassi achieved that feat as recently as 2001 (i.e., winning Indian Wells and Miami back-to-back). I guess I could have cast my vote for Federer, after all. Never mind...

    Ramesh
     
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  6. Kobble

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    Coming off of a doubles win a the recent challenger, and looking confident.
     
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  7. pound cat

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    Goran...the gambler's pick. Remember 250/1 Wimbledon 2001?
     
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  8. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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    Rios did this double in 1998, Sampras in 1994, and Chang in 1992. But Masha, thanks for putting my boy up there, can you guess who the only vote for him is from?

    But I'm looking more towards Fed. If Ferrero were here, he'd be high up on my list too. Look for Coria to go deep again. Also, what bout Nalbandian? I would love to see him make finals or so too.
     
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  9. Fee

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    Federer cannot win Miami, the trophy is too nice looking. Other than that, I'd love to see him do it. Or Moya. But I'm the worst person at analyzing the draw and making predictions.
     
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