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Brilliant play from Janowicz. It is obvious now that Rosol played a fluke of a match against Rafa but this guy while having a similar game is much more versatile (especially on his serve and drop shots) and is certainly coming of age here in Paris. Time will tell about his consistency (especially his forehand) in best of five matches but he has all the shots (power, touch, feel) and can a force on any surface and he moves very well for a tall player. Fantastic effort so far, kepp it up.
if he is good enough to beat a subpar murray he should be able to destroy tipsy,what a player this guy might turn out to be
What an entertaining little match Janko and Janovicz are also playing! By the logic of some, now is the time for Janko to buckle ... or leave for London, you're saying. He has a stake here however: however enjoyable and creative tennis he plays, Janko has little chance to earn points in London, and now, with Berdych also out and the possibility that Tsonga may also throw in his towel later in the day, he may earn a huge part of the points up for grabs here. But for now, they're playing some very nice points, well done. When and if Fed resigns, I may root for either of these two instead.
Forget about Paris and focus on the London finale, More(Murray) will play his best on his homeground. Fed and Djoko will make the tournament very exciting but Goldie will probably win it all.
Is it is a coincidence that the top players (Djokovic, Murray, Del Potro and now Berdych), who are playing in the year-end championship next week, have all suffered surprising defeats, some after leading comfortably? It is crazy that there is no time between the two events and I'm sure the players would be behaving rationally if they didn't give 100% as next week's tournament is more important and carries more points. Still, if I were the tournament director for Paris I'd be pretty unhappy at seeing all the top stars losing. I wonder what Tsonga will do as he probably has the same concerns about being fit for next week if he gets to the final. But it is a home tournament for him.
The fall of the MIGHTIES, will Ferrer follow?
Yes the sheety Murray is no one only in Uk where is no one at the top 50 ranking to challange him . So bbc chose it him as no sheety -bity .
Andy is back to where he belong is a racket breaker haha ..... Andy still the same 2 years ago and even worse . He look like sheety stenk in the pic when he lost . Is he going to be no 2 any time soon ??????? Of course no. But at no 5 or 4.
Andy number one, you're having a laff on that performance!!!
This is not a GS so that doesn't matter to Djoko and More(Murray). So now it is DELPO's time to win or to join the mighty two.
Sadly the old Andy Murray turned up today. Once again, as in the last two tournaments, he was serving for the match. With none of the other top 4 left in the tournament, this was a chance for Andy to add a handy big number to his ranking. He´s now having done to him what he did to the others a few years ago. These giant young, hard serving players have to be put in his place, but sadly for Andy, not today. Congratulations to Janowicz!
Andy looks so tired! Gruelling schedule for the top players!
Wow, janowicz is playing brilliant tennis and Murray i am sorry to say has played well but has simply not been able to close out the match (as he failed to do in his last two). I hope Jerzy goes a long way in the tournament. He certainly deserves it if he maintains this form...
Come on Andy!!
Andy, Andy, Andy.............. serving for the match and you get broken. I can't bear to watch.
The new Murray? It seems that ever since he won the US he has just gone back to the old Murray. Psychologically, it has taken too much out of him the past summer. I think we are going to see a dip in form for about a year but eventually he will get his act together and we will then see the 'new' Murray again. The same thing happened to Djokovic.
novak can keep the number one ranking and federer and andy will keep on winning slams! hehehe
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