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    Superb match. Though I wished for Fed's victory today, தட் கைக்கு வந்தது வாய்க்கு வராத மொமென்ட் for மான்ஃபில்ஸ். பாவம்யா. இந்தமுறையாவது அடுத்த நிலைக்குப் போவான்னு பார்த்தேன்.
    சொல்லிச் சொல்லி ஆறாது சொன்னா துயர் தீராது...

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    Nerve wrecking match from the POV of a Federer fan. But credit to Monfils, he made the match relevant. He was so close to getting to the SFs only to lose it in the latter stages. Both his matches with Federer this year have been close. And to think he did all this without a coach is highly commendable. Guess having no coach is the way to go for him considering his on court tantrums and mood swings.
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    Arvind I was thinking of u when fed was 0-2 down... From when will u be watching match in stadium? if possible send a message to roger that he has huge following in India and they are waiting for his visit

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    ^ Am going for the Mens Final alone, Vinod. Took a chance considering the high possibility of the guy getting knocked out before that. I actually thought it was all over when Monfils had those break points last night. Federer got incredibly lucky I would say.
    Last edited by Arvind Srinivasan; 5th September 2014 at 09:13 PM.
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    Just asked my colleague who made to yesterday's QF match. He says its one awesome experience where almost everyone from stadium supported Federer.
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    Mirza-Soares win the US open Mixed doubles title. Wasted 5 Championsip points only to finish it in the sixth. Well done Sania...
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    Congratulations to Sania for winning her third grand slam mixed doubles title!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raagadevan View Post
    Congratulations to Sania for winning her third grand slam mixed doubles title!
    Well done. I watched the semis of Women's doubles. Sania was the weakest link among the four. ஜெயிக்க வேண்டிய மேட்ச். ஆனால் சானியாவின் மோசமான ஆட்டத்தில் வாய்ப்பு பறிபோனது. Her partner 'Cara Black' played brilliantly but went in vain. Anyhow, Mirza-Soares today won the mixed doubles championship. Consolation.
    சொல்லிச் சொல்லி ஆறாது சொன்னா துயர் தீராது...

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    The last time Fed recovered from 2 sets down to win a Grand Slam match, he went on to win the title - Wimbledon 2012. I doubt that the Monfils win will have such an ominous portent but it would nevertheless have served to arouse Fed from his slumber. He was coasting through fairly easy opposition and Monfils forced him to play a lot tighter, more like the kind of tennis required at this stage of the tournament. Cilic pushed Djoko hard at Wimbledon though, and he can't be counted out. Nor can Nishikori though he may be too tired to upstage Djoko after back to back marathons.

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    Nishikori beats Djokovic to reach the finals! Congratulations Kei!

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