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Yes the Wawrinka vs Murray semi final was exactly like I expected. And I think that long match hammered the nail in the coffin for Wawrinka's title chances even though he won it. In the end it was way too easy for Nadal wasn't it?

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13 June 2017 - 8:48pm
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Yes of course it was Ed, if I'm not mistaken it was 1st or 2nd ever most convincing Roland Garros win, if you have time check the LCB sports forum - ATP Thread for the source of his power.
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https://www.latestsportsbonuses.com/forum/sportsbook/atp-world-tour-2017...

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22 June 2017 - 7:07pm
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The same question Ed, who's going to win it?

When I'm thinking of that I think Federer should be considered as a favourite 😉 according the bookies too of course

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Well first, I looked down the list and was shocked to see that Ivo Karlovic is still playing, and a 201 shot to win it too. The guy must be close to 40 by now. (edit: I checked and he's 38). So the I looked for the Aussies and they must be kidding. Bernard Tomic at 101 and Nick Kyrgios at 15... that is stealing money from any punter foolish enough to back them. Those guys both have the mentality of a baby. It should be closer to 1 million for each of them.

It will be a Federer v Murray final. I give the Fed the edge because he sat out the French Open just to prepare for this one.

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23 June 2017 - 9:07am
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Federer lost his first match against Haas when he returned though, but yeah I think he's the clear favourite for that one too.
Agreed for Karlovic mate, he's not only playing but played a final on grass the previous week - so 201 could be a very good odds - didn't thought of him at all.

What you saying of the Australians could be said about Dimitrov too, the guy has all the talent and the grass is his surface but it's all within your head!

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3 July 2017 - 8:43pm
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Wimbledon started and already an upset in day 1, the Russian youngster Medvedev defeated Wawrinka who seemed to has an injury but still a great result for the underdog who has a great grass season so far and I expect to see him in the late stages of the tournament the way he plays.

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4 July 2017 - 6:53am
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Maybe not such an upset considering Wawrinka lost first round at Queens too. I don't think he gets grass at all.

Hey was I right about Kyrgios... or was I right? Heart the size of a pea and a brain to match. 😂

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4 July 2017 - 5:38pm
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Yes you was quite right about him Ed, the body is nothing without a head...he's the perfect example of that really.

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Well my other prediction came in early too... it seems Tomic and Kyrgios are always trying to outdo each other to see who is the biggest disappointment. I think Tomic won this time. After getting flogged by a guy that he beat in another tournament last week he said he felt bored and unmotivated on the court and didn't really care that he lost. He says he's just going to play another 10 years on the circuit then retire and never have to work again in his life so he doesn't feel the need to try hard. He's being called "Tomic the tank engine" in the newspapers here. 😂

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6 July 2017 - 7:28am
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You won't win a GS tournament with such thinking for sure, maybe some other players think that way as well but only Tomic is honest enough to say it, but that doesn't change the fact, if you have to work from 9 to 5 everyday you would be quite more bored and will appreciate the advantage of being a tennis player I think.

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It sounds to me like he's depressed or something. Maybe he's just over playing tennis if that is all he has ever done since a young age. He should go work a real job for a few weeks to see how he likes it.

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It sounds to me like he's depressed or something. Maybe he's just over playing tennis if that is all he has ever done since a young age. He should go work a real job for a few weeks to see how he likes it.

Yeah I think he would enjoy tennis after that 🙂

But I think you might be right Ed, he could be mentally tired of all that, lets not forget that Hingis had retired 24y.o once!!

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Quite important day upcoming at Wimbledon in both men and women tournaments - the last 16 and some great match-ups.
In one of those Bulgarian Dimitrov will face Federer and I guess he'll loose but that still should be a nice battle, if Grigor plays at his best h'de might take a...set 😉
I think Federer is the main favourite but Djokovic raising his form Nadal still has the momentum of RG win and playing well on this slow grass, Murray is the home favourite and anyone would have a rough ride against him plus one or two of the others who playing great, so who is going to win that thing? 🙂

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12 July 2017 - 2:55pm
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Well Nadal is gone in a typical 5 set thriller. I love it when the 5th goes on and on like that! It's one of my favourite things in tennis 😀

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Well, that guy Muller was fantastic,playing his best tennis at age of 34, I saw his grass court pre-Wimbledon games and he was impressive there too, so i kind of expected a good performance from him to bad today against Cilic, he was exhausted, I guess...

Murray is out because of the injury he's got, Djokovic looks going out now - lost first set playing injured and all looks to be going Feerer's way, I doubt he was my favourite pre- tournament but it looks like it would be even easier for him than expected when we see who stays in the tournament, I expect this would be one of his easiest GS titles.
Now the Federer's decision to miss RG's looks genius and just proves what I always thought - that the rest is not less important than the training process and maybe even more vital.

Yes meanwhile Djokovic has retired...

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I'm expecting it would be one of the easiest Federer's GS titles, I'm not expecting to see him loosing a set from now on...even the fortune is strongly on his side with all those injuries to the other favs but definitely his break tactic worked incredible in his favour, but that should of been expected I think.

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Yes we won't be seeing my predicted Fed vs Murray final but I'm sticking with the prediction of the Fed to win it! 😉

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I'm expecting it would be one of the easiest Federer's GS titles, I'm not expecting to see him loosing a set from now on...even the fortune is strongly on his side with all those injuries to the other favs but definitely his break tactic worked incredible in his favour, but that should of been expected I think.

Like I said... 😉
It was no brainier to see that coming when we knew who left in the tournament and because of the long rest Federer was by far the freshest player out there despite the age, while Djokovic and Muray have to leave with injuries which are mainly due to fatigue I think.

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There was a ATP Masters 1000 series final between Dimitrov and Kyrgios tonight Ed, Dimitrov win in straight sets but I guess it was great tournament for both of them because they both defeated some great pleyers, Kyrgios won over Nadal too, so maybe a signs that they both growing as a players...
Amazed to know Dimitrov has never reached a final from that calibre till now so great win for him.

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Any predictions for US Open Ed?

Just saw the tournament started with all of the favourites in the same half f the draw...Federer prevails this year so I don't see anybody beating him.

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Despite Kyrgios' recent success my prediction would have been both Kyrgios and Tomic out in the first round but they both got beaten so quickly that I didn't even have time to make the prediction!

Federer was nearly undone in the first round too, so maybe it isn't going to be the cake walk that you're predicting. Still with Murray withdrawing and Djokovic out I agree its hard to see anyone apart from Fed or Nadal winning it.

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Never been a Federer or Nadal fan (neither Murray's) so I'd really like to think some of the others and of course Dimitrov if I could choose, would have a chance of winning it.
Honestly I don't believe so...sometimes these low rated players could really create an upset in the first rounds but then when Federer face Berdych or Dimitrov for example, players against which he has something like 25-1 record or even never lost before (think that's the case with Dimitrov) it's quite easier for him, these guys couldn't mentally get overcome that even at the top of their form.

So I think it would be Federer and I just hope it would be someone else...

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Dimitrov's out pretty soon,
when I'm watching these both men and women singles I'm thinking that most of the top players looking wearied and the youngsters some of which didn't have that great number of matches take advantage, so I think it's somewhat normal for us to see a number of surprises in the end of season.

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31 August 2017 - 9:28pm
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As I mentioned in football post I think it's crazy night tonight, as I'm writing that Federer loosing 2 sets to 1 from Youzhny, against whom his record is 16-0!! But I believe every streak comes to an end someday so who knows maybe that's the days for Youzhny, there's something in the air tonight... 🤔

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Did you see Fognini get suspended for insulting a line judge? Its good to see that. I remember when McEnroe was defaulted in the middle of a match because he lost it at the umpire.

The draw looks like its going to throw Federer and Nadal together in the semi if they make it that far so there will at least be another finalist. But look at the other side of the draw full of unknowns - its going to be one of Querrey, Zverev, Anderson, Carreno Busta, or Schwartzman.

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No I didn't saw that Fognini accident Ed, we'll moving to another apartment the upcoming weeks so don't have the time really, except for La Vuelta here and there 😉 , but yeah that's probably good for the game.
Federer - Nadal - I wonder who's going to win that, both didn't look great to me from what I saw so... 🤷

Yeah it was uneven draw from the start of the tournament, maybe the most unbalanced I have ever saw, so it was almost sure there would be "anonymous" player at the final.

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Querrey, Zverev, Anderson, Carreno Busta, or Schwartzman.

I couldn't even imagine who's that might be... 😕

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I've been watching a bit of Del Potro and Thiem in an epic match this morning. Thiem was cruising and won the first two sets easily but Del Potro came back from nowhere and its now 4-4 in the 5th set.

Edit: and Del Potro won it 6-4 in the 5th for quite a comeback. Federer is steam rolling his way through his match as I type.

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Yeah I saw just set and the half of Del Potro and Thiem and thought Argentine has no chance, that's a shocker of result, he even looked injured.
Federer or Nadal Ed? I honestly don't know.

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What about that, Del Potro defeated Federer and ruin the majority dreamed semi, couldn't hide I'm quite glad about that 🙂 Would it be great if he could succeed against Nadal too but it's really unlikely I think, still fingers crossed for Del Potro.
Federer struggled at couple of matches this tournament so you could see that coming but not from the Argentine, I thought it would be Nadal to defeat him.

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Yeah that is really a shock result. After his previous 5 setter I figured Del Potro would be a little fatigued and have no chance.

Nadal was little shaky at the start of the tournament but his past two matches he has been on fire so it would be another big shock if he was to lose to Del Potro or anyone else left for that matter. I think it is his to lose now.

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