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Old 01-15-2013, 10:38 AM   #129
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For no particular purpose:
(The average AMs on the men's side for seven rounds of 2005 AO: Winner 22.5%; Loser 11.0%)

Not sure how much meaning is here, but it appears that Murray, who's performance in the 1st round was lauded by the press, faced weak opposition, while five other players posted 29+ AM's even though their opponents played at a level that was near the 2005 tournament average (10+ AMs). Tomic appears to have played his 1st rounder like an elite player and also to have played at a high level in the 2nd round, defeating Brands who posted a higher AM than Tomic in the match.

Monfils' continues to win matches in novel but enervating ways.

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