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Old 08-08-2012, 06:21 PM   #30
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Djoko would not have lost his cool the way Fed did after that ump decision (was it in the 3rd?).
How do you know that?

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and he would not have gone AWOL in the 5th the way Fed did either.
How do you know that?

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Fed just let the match slip away in the 5th. No fight at all. Djoko is a great hard court player and he is much younger than Fed
And Del Potro is not?

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he was more experienced than Delpo in big matches
That is the only correct/sensible thing in your post.


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with all that put together he would have prevailed in his second USO final (probably his 3rd consecutive if Fed hadn't been there in USO 200.
Do you realize, that Del Potro beat Djokovic in 2011? The year, when Djokovic made most of his name as a monster on all surfaces? Do you realize, that the last win of Djokovic over Del Potro on relative fast surfaces dates back from 2008, when Del Potro was only 20 years old? That they won their maiden Major at the same age?
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