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    Serena to expose Andreescu false dawn

    No way Serena chokes again
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    Bencic to expose Andreescu false dawn

    Andreescu will be too inconsistent
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    3 years of hurt for Djokovic. What’s the deal?

    Djokovic hasn’t won the French Open since 2016. And he’s only won it once out of 15 attempts. Seems unusual.
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    Kyrgios is Finnish

    According to this article https://wwos.nine.com.au/tennis/us-open-2019-nick-kyrgios-all-but-finished-as-a-grand-slam-prospect/ce94d4cb-9043-4cf2-8f17-0fe3072a2424 The argument is that it is becoming increasing unlikely Kyrgios will win a slam judging by the ages previous slam winners broke...
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    Cincinnati 2019 quarter finals: Kyrgios v Djokovic

    Who will win this grudge match? Kyrgios finally going deep in a tournament that is actually attended by members of the top 10, and facing Djokovic when he’s actually at his best Edit: Oh wait nevermind
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    Has Kyrgios already saved tennis?

    Its obvious he can save tennis, and has in fact already begun the process of saving it. But has he already done it?
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    There are 15 players younger than Kyrgios who are ranked higher than him right now

    Zverev Tsitsipas Khachanov Medvedev Coric Berrertini FAA Shapavalov Fritz Djere De Minaur Edmund Grain Tiafoe Hurkacz I’m just saying Humbert may also overtake him this week #nextgen
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    Kyrgios ‘walking around Wimbledon by himself’

    “Veteran tennis coach Roger Rasheed has raised some concerns about Nick Kyrgios after the Aussie player was reportedly seen walking around Wimbledon by himself ahead of the third grand slam of the year.”...
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    Bautista-Agut used to play football for Villarreal

    He played in their youth team until age 14. Surprisingly late to stop and focus on tennis, as he would have been pretty advanced at that age already https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/from-villarreal-to-aus-open-quarters-bautista-agut-breaks-major-duck
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    Federer breaking ‘old man’ records

    Federer was 37 years and 2 months old when he won in Basel. When Karlovic won Newport in 2016 he was 37 years and 5 months. That made Karlovic the oldest title winner since 1979 when Marty Reissen won a tournament at age 37 years and 9 months. Federer about to start challenging for those...
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    Federer's 1998 Junior Wimbledon win draw was a total cakewalk

    He played a bunch of scrubs who never went on to achieve anything. R64 vs LANGER, Philip (AUT) 6-0 6-2 R32 vs KRACMAN, Andrej (SLO) 7-6 6-3 R16 vs HAEHNEL, Jerome (FRA) 6-4 6-4 QF vs SHERWOOD, David (GBR) 7-6 6-2 SF vs ZOVKO, Lovro (CRO) 7-5 6-2 Final vs LABADZE, Irakli (GEO) 6-4 6-4...
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    Khachanov looking good. Will win Roland Garros

    He's got the tall man big hitting thing going on. Looking like a Soderling/Safin hybrid
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    Safin brands Tomic biggest party animal on tour

    Former world No. 1 Marat Safin has claimed Bernard Tomic is the biggest party animal tennis has ever seen following his embarrassing first-round loss at the French Open. Speaking to French sports website L’Equipe, the two-time grand-slam champion believes Tomic “holds all the [partying]...
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    Isner is a lock to win Roland Garros

    He's shown he's capable of beating the clay GOAT, Roger Federer, on the slow stuff. With his recent win, I predict he put together a string of dominant wins to close off the French Open for his first grand slam. We all know when he big john gets on a roll he's unstoppable
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    30 min Federer warmup, narrated by Fed

    Came across this, found it very interesting. A lot of very specific and strange looking things he does.
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    Berdych looking youthful. Will win Aus Open

    Looking to recapture his Paris 2005 form with his golden locks
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    Is Youzhny the next big thing?

    Well... is he?
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    The bottom half of the US Open draw this year is ridiculous

    querrey Albot M Zverez Isner Fabbiano Lorenzi Anderson Coric Shapalov Edmund Mahut Carreno Busta Pouille Kukushkin Schwartzman Cilic One of these players will make the final. Cilic and Isner are the highest seeds left. Only Cilic and Querrey have made a slam semi before.
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    Cilic looking good. Will win Wimbledon.

    Hasn't dropped a set so far. Has a good draw
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    Poor Kyrgios... got destroyed again LOL!

    In the past 9 slams his best result has been a single 4th round showing. People said Dimitrov was an over rated clown, but he at least made a slam semi at age 23. Will Kyrgios?
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    48 year old Italian Football legend Paolo Maldini to play Milan Challenger

    He and his coach won the doubles in an open tournament that grants the winners a main draw wildcard http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4615216/Paolo-Maldini-qualifies-professional-tennis-tournament.html
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    Zverev to expose Kyrgios false dawn

    Kyrgios has been winning some big matches lately. But its mainly just been from the strength of his serve Zverev will have learned from his recent loss and will be returning like a young Novak Djokovic. kyrgios will have a below average serving day and that will be enough for Zverev to get the...
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    Does Federer intend to keep playing forever?

    From everything he's said about retirement, he has indicated he'll keep playing as long as he's healthy and still playing at a high enough level to be competitive. But what if he never declines. He's already almost 35 and still seems miles ahead of the #nextgen what if he keeps this up for...
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    Tursunov wants to play until age 40

    http://www.**************.org/Dmitry-Tursunov-I-want-to-play-until-Im-40-articolo24462.html Is he for real? Or is he just trolling us all? Its not that unrealistic in this day and age. Wont be long until Tommy Haas hits the big 4-0. Hell even Federer might still be pottering along still in the...
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    Could prime Gaudio have dominated Stan yesterday?

    I say yes. 2004 Gaudio would not let Wawrinka rip easy winners like that. Stan would be swinging at backhands below his knees, unable to rip winners like he did on Djokovic's flat shots.
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    Hingis/Mirza Vs Djokovic

    Hingis and Mirza as a doubles team Vs Djokovic. At the US open on an outside court, Hingis/Mirza can only hit into Djokovics singles lines, but Djokovic can hit into the tramlines. Who wins? Score? Would this be a blood bath? Or do you think it would be competetive?
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    Should Nadal skip the grass season?

    And just practice on clay, returning the week after wimbledon at one of the clay events? I think this would be in his best interests so that he's fresh for Roland Garros 2016
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    Kelly gomez

    Any of you guys aware of this person?
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    Berdych looking good. Will win Roland Garros

    His time has come. He'll knock out Nadal in the quarters or semi's then school Djokovic in the final.
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    Ranking break even point for men: 336

    This is from the ITF players survey this year. A survey was sent to all itf pro circuit players a few months ago to complete. Just recieved this in an email from the ITF about the results of the survey: "It is clear that while prize money levels need to rise, particularly for lower ranked...
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