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Murray vs Janowicz
Murray in 2 - 17 (81%)
Murray in 3 - 2 (9.5%)
Janowicz in 2 - 1 (4.8%)
Janowicz in 3 - 1 (4.8%)
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BNPPM R3: Murray vs Janowicz

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Well guys just watching some of the Tipsy jj match.And this jj hasnt half got some game.Not only has he got a massive serve he's got some amazing ground strokes as well ,fair play to the guy.He may run out of steam before the end of this tourny but he's a guy to watch out for in the future.I would rate him above Milos Isner Querry etc etc,but only because he's better of the ground than those guys i think.We will have to see what happens next year but if he can keep this up none of the guys are gonna want him in there half of the draw at the big tournys.And as for his drop shots well he's played so many and he makes most of them to.
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yawn  boring game that JJ has.  I'd rather watch grass grow.
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Looks like Tipsarevic is about to join the disillusioned
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Bercy in a nutshell. 



JK, did you borrow the tank from James Bond? I like it
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Must  say im not keen on jjs game myself.
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yawn  boring game that JJ has.  I'd rather watch grass grow.
You must be joking!!
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What in the name of the wee man happened to JJ?
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You must be joking!!

wins most points by Big Serve.   Rally of an average of 3 shots.  Oh how thrilling.
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Personally I think this tournament should almost be declared void. I wonder of there is some private agreement amongst the "big guys". They all seem to be at it. As someone said it can't all be about the WTF. Has Tipsaravic actually qualified for it. "By the pricking of my thumbs something suspicious this way comes". It is almost as though the tournament has done something to upset them. Even players with no real hope of qualifying for the WTF seem to be bottling out.  The Pole maybe good, but I haven"t heard of him. I suspect he could have beaten anyone this week. Whether he will in a "proper" tournament remains to be seen. Where was he at the Olympics for example?
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Tipsy has qualified already, yes.
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oh hell no.   ^  I hope I don't get to see him.  That would be very disappointing.
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I think there's more to JJ than a big, big serve. He moves very well for such a giant and has really nice touch on the ball. Just look at his sneaky drop shots...Wink
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I agree that jj isn't just a big serve.  Of course when he thunders it down it cuts short the points and that's why I dread the big servers taking over the game.  But I do think he's got more to him than that.  Odd isn't it how a change of racquet and fitness trainer can transform a player.  Now they're talking about him not Raonic as the one to emerge from the pack of young pretenders.  Would certainly prefer if it was him rather than Raonic as he does seem a lovely person and so utterly genuinely happy with it all.  Though would most like Dimitrov to emerge ahead of the pack.
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What's the betting that this guy JJ is going to win a masters at his first attempt.? Is he going to be a force to reckon with next season? I shoud'nt think Simon  has any option but to lie down and die and enjoy an injury free Christmas.
  Next week could prove to be Andy's last chance at winning the O2
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What's the betting that this guy JJ is going to win a masters at his first attempt.? Is he going to be a force to reckon with next season? I shoud'nt think Simon  has any option but to lie down and die and enjoy an injury free Christmas.
  Next week could prove to be Andy's last chance at winning the O2
I think Simon will beat him - he'll be able to get a lot of balls back into play and Janowicz does make a lot of errors which is the sort of player Simon loves to play.
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