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Old 03-31-2013, 07:28 PM   #17
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Yeah, that's what I mean. If Nadal is 3 and Fed 4, or Fed 3 and Nadal 4 it doesn't make any difference because they'd be on opposite sides of the draw and which side they end up on will be determined randomly. So in either case they'd both have 50/50 chance of ending up in Djoker or Andy's half.

Is it possible for Nadal to drop to 5? That's the question.
Nadal is going to be #5 unless Ferrer has a terrible clay season and Nadal wins all the titles he won last year, plus wins Madrid. He's never done that before, so I wouldn't think that he'd do it this time either...
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