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    Re: '20 AO Day 5 OoP & Discussion

    The telling stat in that dud of a match came when they were highlighting Rybakina's meteoric rise and pointed out she had all of two top 20 wins in that

    jazzyg Today, 06:40 PM Go to last post

    '20 AO Day 5 OoP & Discussion

    Well, there’s one squash. First time watching Rybakina. Reminds me of Pliskova with clean, flat, precise strokes.

    MeganFernandez Today, 06:32 PM Go to last post

    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    At a fairly recent Slam, I remember he won a match in straight sets with no tiebreaks and it literally the first time he had ever done that in a Slam.

    munchin Today, 04:35 PM Go to last post

    Re: Racket Bracket

    Don't you think Grigor losing to Tommy Paul was a pretty big upset? I know that he's not in the top 10 anymore, but still, that was a pretty big surprise

    Pattyfan Today, 04:28 PM Go to last post

    Re: Tennis Players Random, Random

    I've said before that I think it should be "Mail ya!" They can say it to each other anytime they're saying goodbye.

    Of course,

    Charlie02123 Today, 04:27 PM Go to last post
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