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Old 01-23-2013, 11:03 AM   #25
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Ball striking against Tsonga was probably as good as ever. General power of his forehand less than peak years. Backhand holding up in crosscourt rallies better than in peak years. Slower getting to his spots so forced to play more defense than peak years. He's playing very well, but not as well as he used to. He can still bring it though and is capable of beating Murray and Djokovic in succession on these courts. Oddsmakers still have Djokovic as the heavy favorite and Murray before Fed. We shall see.
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