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    Re: '20 Aus Open Day 3 OoP & Discussion

    Iím gutted for Matteo, he had a decent draw here (I had him reaching the semis). For him to lose to Sandgren just makes me want to puke

    liam_valid Today, 12:29 AM Go to last post

    Re: '20 Aus Open Day 3 OoP & Discussion

    Sandgren won 7-5 in the fifth. I've been predicting Berrettini to have a pretty steep sophomore slump, and thought he'd lose early here, but I've been

    Charlie02123 Today, 12:20 AM Go to last post

    Re: '20 Aus Open Day 3 OoP & Discussion

    Brad Gilbert legitimately never stops talking. He was talking over his colleague while he was trying to throw to a commercial. He's not a favorite but

    munchin Today, 12:11 AM Go to last post

    Re: '20 Aus Open Day 3 OoP & Discussion

    Tommy Paul looking good and so is his tennis

    pingponger Yesterday, 11:49 PM Go to last post

    Re: '20 Aus Open Day 3 OoP & Discussion

    Sakkari playing her match against Hibino in front of a packed crowd. Say what you will about their behavior, but those Greek fans sure do show up to support.

    JazzNU Yesterday, 11:44 PM Go to last post
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