Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by kaku, Nov 1, 2012.
Will he finally win a Masters 1000 title?
Tsonga might be to much for him, but if he beat him Ferrer is practicaly in final! We'll see...
I'm thinking a Tsonga/Berdych final.
My thoughts exactly.
Id love to see him win it
Llodra will be very tough to beat
The problem about Tsonga is that he's very unpredictable. Sometimes he play very well but sometimes he doesn't. Ferrer, on the other hand, plays well consistently. I think he'll win unless some other player is having a great day when playing Ferrer.
All of these guys are in with a red hot chance. I'd love to see Ferrer do it but I also have a soft spot for Llodra as the ghost of Christmas Past. Tsonga already has a master's win and probably has a grand slam in him and Berdych bores me. Even without (or because it's without) the big boys this is an interesting tournemant.
It's Loldra's time
Hang on, Loldra will have Santoro on the court with him yeah?
What? Isn't Santoro and Llodra the same person?
It sad for David that of all Masters, this is the one where the top 4 aren't there to stop him. With Cincy, this is his worst chance really surface wise I think. If this happened in MC, he'd be a lock for the title basically.
Tsonga and Berdych can beat him here. Not unlikely.
I would really give it To Ferrer though if I had the choice.
I think people need to start calculating in the new guy -- Jerzy Shore!
Yes, I think he will. Everyone will be tough from here on out, but Ferrer is quite adept at neutralizing power. I doubt he'll get blown off the court regardless if its indoors or not. If Ferrer does not win, I'd like to see Llodra win it.
Ferrer can be surprisingly good indoors. Remember the YEC in 2007 where he defeated Nadal, Djokovic, Gasquet and Roddick with the loss of just 1 set.
I'm hoping for a Tsonga win though. After his heartbreaking loss in RG against Djokovic, it would be nice to see him win in front of the same crowd.
I like Ferrer but as it usually happens in life, when all obstacles for something to occur finally dissipate, usually new obstacles come into play.
Ferrer beats Tsonga 6-2 7-5, will face the winner of Llodra-Querrey
Quick question - why didn't Ferrer make it into the semifinals of the WTF? Doesn't he have the same record as Federer and del Potro? Perhaps someone can enlighten me; I'm new to the round robin concept.
His set-record was worse than Fed/Delpo
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