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Old 11-13-2012, 09:59 AM   #13
tacou
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It was a pretty balanced, exciting year. It suffered though without Nadal for the last half. I was psyched to see Murray win Olympics and USO, but any one of the top 4 missing that much time is bad entertainment.

As always the Australian Open produced most of the best matches, although as a Roddick fan the Tomic beat down was particularly enjoyable.

The biggest downer of the year, though, is no real breakouts. JJ snuck in at the end of the year and Raonic didn't fall of the face of the earth. Tipsy and possibly Nadal will fade this season but otherwise the top 10 (and probably top 5) looks like it will stay the same.
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