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Old 04-25-2013, 09:19 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by stringertom View Post
The one who may be setting himself up for failure later in the clay swing may be Nadal. He's played more tourneys than ever in the last two months and is not dropping Barcelona prior to the two MS1000's and RG. Novak no longer has to appear in Belgrade and has the "mini-break" between today's final and Madrid.
The "djok" is on Humbalito...beaten down @M-C and now will, with the rain delays today and the rest of the week in Barcelona, be less than fresh in Madrid. Meanwhile, the rest of the biggies, especially Djok, benefit with time to rest and heal.
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