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Question: The QF'a beckon and that's where we all want to be.  Will Andy?
Yes.  Andy's wise to the Russian born Kuzakh and marches on! - 32 (97%)
No.  Mikhail adds another seed scalp to his belt and gives Andy time to look where Kuzakhstan is. - 1 (3%)
Total Voters: 31

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AO 2012 R4: Murray vs Kukushkin

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...big queues to get drinks/food, but more probably drinks.

I'd just take my own.  Saves time and it's cheaper.
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I'd just take my own.  Saves time and it's cheaper.

That's no fun when you want some alcohol - these are fun loving Aussies you know! Very Happy  And yes, they do bag searches so that you don't take your own alcohol in yes
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Tsonga just lost the 3rd set 1-6 hes going to have to go the distance if he's to come through.
Otherwise it's Kei versus Andy.
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Who do you all want Andy to play next  tsonga or nishakori?
Definitely Nishikori for me, less big match experience than Tsonga and although Andy's record against Tsonga is great some of those matches have been close run things and at his very best is a frightening prospect..a lot of short points when playing him too maybe isn't the best preparation for a slug fest against Djokovic.
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Definitely Nishikori for me, less big match experience than Tsonga and although Andy's record against Tsonga is great some of those matches have been close run things and at his very best is a frightening prospect..a lot of short points when playing him too maybe isn't the best preparation for a slug fest against Djokovic.
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You might have your wish
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Aargh!..Eurosport have just switched away from the Tsonga match just as it was getting interesting, that channel is so frustrating at times. confused
Eurosport Player did the same but are now back on Tsonga match.  It's the survival of the fittest out there. Nishi took 2nd and 3rd sets 6-2, 6-1.
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Oh my!  Think heat must be affecting the comms.  The male one just referred to Nishi as a Russian. Very Happy
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Makarova takes 1st set against Williams hope she wins always nice to see an underdog do well.
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Definitely Nishikori for me, less big match experience than Tsonga and although Andy's record against Tsonga is great some of those matches have been close run things and at his very best is a frightening prospect..a lot of short points when playing him too maybe isn't the best preparation for a slug fest against Djokovic.
Andy beat Nishi 6-3, 6-0 in the SF in Shanghai.  But this is far from settled as Tsonga finally starts putting the pressure on Nishi.

Would love to watch this but I'm way too tired now.
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Nishikori without a doubt. Andy will be able to beat Tsonga but it  willbe a much harder work and we cannot afford it.
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Serena just got broken again in second set. She's totally frustrated. Makarova is playing her tough.
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Remember that funny line from Val Kilmer's Elvis Presley-spy movie spoof "Top Secret!"  (1984) from the talented makers of "Airplane!" (1980).

The politically incorrect line which serves as a password is "In women's tennis, I always root against the heterosexual." 

I'm not a fan of the WTA so my mantra is "In women's tennis, I always root against the favorites, the divas and the drama queens."

So, I'm totally rooting for Makarova here.
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Me too, not a fan of Serena. Favor men's tennis, women lose serve too often.
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They both look knackered. Another hour please !
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I do have some exceptions.  I really like Kvitova and it's impossible to hate Clijsters.

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