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Date: 28 Jan 2009 18:04:53
From: m4816k
Subject: 2:15 vs. 0:6
Who's got a better chance - Roddick (after winning twice against Fed in 17
attempts) or Verdasco (after losing all six matches against Nadal)?:)

Also - Roddick leads Verdasco 8:2 and trails 2:4 against Nadal, while
Verdasco played twice against Fed and lost both times.






 
Date: 29 Jan 2009 09:30:31
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: 2:15 vs. 0:6
m4816k wrote:
> Who's got a better chance - Roddick (after winning twice against Fed in 17
> attempts) or Verdasco (after losing all six matches against Nadal)?:)
>
> Also - Roddick leads Verdasco 8:2 and trails 2:4 against Nadal, while
> Verdasco played twice against Fed and lost both times.
>
>


If Fed plays like he did v Safin he'll beat Roddick in 3, maybe drops a
t/b. Verdasco has zero chance v Fed in the final. On balance Rafa is
very warm/hot fave to win this thing - woulda been some doubt had Tsonga
made semi.





 
Date: 28 Jan 2009 09:28:52
From: Sao Paulo Swallow
Subject: Re: 2:15 vs. 0:6
On Jan 28, 9:04=A0am, "m4816k" <marijan.kovacevicREMOVET...@os.t-com.hr >
wrote:
> Who's got a better chance - Roddick (after winning twice against Fed in 1=
7
> attempts) or Verdasco (after losing all six matches against Nadal)?:)
>
> Also - Roddick leads Verdasco 8:2 and trails 2:4 against Nadal, while
> Verdasco played twice against Fed and lost both times.

I'd be happy to see Verdasco win the tourney. Or Roddick, even though
I don't particularly like him. I'm tired of Federer and Nadal being
the only players worthy of discussion, either here or in the press.
I'm bored with them, to be honest.

Variety is the spice of life!


  
Date: 28 Jan 2009 09:33:14
From: PeteWasLucky
Subject: Re: 2:15 vs. 0:6
On Jan 28, 12:28=A0pm, Sao Paulo Swallow <Sao_Paulo_Swal...@yahoo.com >
wrote:
> On Jan 28, 9:04=A0am, "m4816k" <marijan.kovacevicREMOVET...@os.t-com.hr>
> wrote:
>
> > Who's got a better chance - Roddick (after winning twice against Fed in=
17
> > attempts) or Verdasco (after losing all six matches against Nadal)?:)
>
> > Also - Roddick leads Verdasco 8:2 and trails 2:4 against Nadal, while
> > Verdasco played twice against Fed and lost both times.
>
> I'd be happy to see Verdasco win the tourney. Or Roddick, even though
> I don't particularly like him. I'm tired of Federer and Nadal being
> the only players worthy of discussion, either here or in the press.
> I'm bored with them, to be honest.
>
> Variety is the spice of life!

But don't you want to get rid of Whisper for once and for all?