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Tennis BNP Paribas Open 2019

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Felix Auger-Aliassime just beat Tsitsipas :) 

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Just now, Wanderer said:

Felix Auger-Aliassime just beat Tsitsipas :) 

 

And maybe new match with Djere lol. But I really hope that Kecmanovic will be in 4 round

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Just now, dareza said:

 

And maybe new match with Djere lol. But I really hope that Kecmanovic will be in 4 round

 

Well, it would be good for Djere to make good results while in good form, but also Kecmanovic needs it... Whoever reaches to Felix probably will lose so... :d 

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19 hours ago, thepharoah said:

Kohlschreiber has just defeated Novak in 2 sets :yikes: :bowdown:

 

Expected. This is first tournament for Novak after almost 50 days.

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11 minutes ago, dareza said:

Wow LL Miomir Kecmanovic in 1/4 :d

Probably against Raonic. With possible 1/2 final he would significantly rise in ranking. And just few days ago we critised him. :lol:

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He's 94th right now. If he could manage another great surprise, he would be somewhere around 65th position.ž

 

And already now he is 3rd player on the list among still teenagers behind Shapovalov and FAA 

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Andreascu is leading 3-1in 1st set. Its early to conclude but she is doing great work and is on the road to her fist Master title. Could enter top 30 or even higher with victory.

More impressive is that she lost just 3 matches in 2019! :yikes:

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