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    Re: Best Matches of Tennis Community Contest

    Rafter-Agassi 2000 Wimbledon semifinal (which was better than the repeat 5-setter they played in the 2001 semis, with Rafter winning both).

    Bruguera-Courier 1993 Roland Garros final...
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    Re: Covid19 & Tennis

    i have not played tennis in nine months due to knee problems, but people were still playing Sunday in New Orleans at the city's largest public facility.

    I assume it is closed now since we're the...
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    Re: WTA P Dubai 2/17 - 2/22 2020

    But Jabeur ended up winning the point anyway and starting a run of three in a row that gave her match point on her own serve before she choked. I agree though that it was a terrible decision by the...
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    Re: WTA P Dubai 2/17 - 2/22 2020

    Clijsters was one of the fastest players on tour in her first and second incarnations. She moved like a gazelle even if her body said otherwise.
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    Re: WTA P Dubai 2/17 - 2/22 2020

    The Halep-Jabeur match was strange.

    Jabeur was down 6-3 in the third set tiebreak, saved the first match point and hit a service winner that was called out on the second one. She challenged and...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 14 OoP & Discussion

    Marat Safin presenting the trophy. When he won his Australian Open in 2005, he beat Djokovic 6-0, 6-2, 6-1 in the first round.
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    Re: '20 AO Day 14 OoP & Discussion

    Definitely a winnable match for Thiem. I'm not sure if it was more mental or physical, but he lost his legs around 3-3 in the fourth set and stopped being in perfect position, forcing him to take...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 13 OoP & Discussion

    Wow, I'm not so sure Halep would have beaten the Kenin who showed up for the final.

    Those five consecutive points she played from 0-40 down to Muguruza at 2-2 in the third set were awesome,...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    It's unfathomable to me that a player could give $50,000 to a cause and still get criticized.

    I repeat. Unfathomable. I'm no Zverev fan, but this is shocking negativity and cynicism.
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    Re: '20 AO Day 11 OoP & Discussion

    Halep did nothing wrong. She just got beaten by a slightly more talented player who excelled in the clutch. '

    The pivotal point for me was the last deuce when Halep was serving at 5-4 in the...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 11 OoP & Discussion

    Well, that sucks.

    I'm not surprised, but that proved once again if you're really talented you can be a quitter and a loser and a non-trier for tournament after tournament but when you get focused,...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 11 OoP & Discussion

    Well, that was an interesting first set.

    It was impossible to know how Muguruza would play from point to point, but she was outstanding on all four set points she faced.
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    Re: '20 AO Day 10 OoP & Discussion

    Halep v. Mugu should be for the title. I don't see either of them losing to Barty (or Kenin), although it is unclear how Mugu would handle Barty's slice.

    The match is in Mugu's control but not...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 10 OoP & Discussion

    If they play, Thiem will have a much better chance of beating Djokovic than Nadal would have.

    The formula is the same as Wawrinka's: beat him with pace and hope he gets tentative. Djokovic...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 7 OoP & Discussion

    For what it is worth, the Fognini-Sandgren match was one of the best of the tournament and featured two points that should be in the top 10 of the entire two weeks--the one where Fognini lobbed in...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 6 OoP & Discussion

    I went to bed with Kyrgios up two sets to none, but the way Khachanov played in the second set, I was not sure I was going to see Kyrgios as the winner when I checked the score this morning.

    If I...
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    Re: Men's Picks & Results Thread - AOSP 2020

    The hot weather today ended any chance Gulbis had of beating Monfils, who played surprisingly well (he hit a lucky mishit passing shot that landed on the line to avoid a two-set deficit to Karlovic...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 6 OoP & Discussion

    Players with one-handed backhands generally have a harder time returning huge serves. It is why Tsitsipas lost to Isner at Wimbledon in 2018 and did not even create a break point against Raonic last...
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    Re: Men's Picks & Results Thread - AOSP 2020

    Paul was cramping up a bit in the fourth and fifth sets against Dimitrov. It would have been a different match tonight if he had been 100 percent physically.
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    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    Isner's return game stinks, but that stat was not even close.

    Just checked his grand slam results and he had won 19 matches that did not involve a tiebreak before yesterday.
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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 span, with one of them against Halep when...
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    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    Never mind the comedy. Gulbis could be headed for the quarterfinals.
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    Re: '20 AO Day 5 OoP & Discussion

    It's funny. I was underwhelmed by the RLA lineup.

    In the night session, Gauff is going to get killed and if Federer plays like he did in the first two rounds, his match will go very fast, too....
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    Re: '20 AO Day 2 OoP & Discussion

    A player has to win by 2 in that TB.
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    Re: '20 AO Day 2 OoP & Discussion

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    As a member of the media, I agree with your sentiment. I'd have to see the exact context and the tone of the question and Anisimova's public comments (or lack thereof) about her father in...
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