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ATP Madrid: Matchday 4

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Finally the OOP is released. Sorry for the delay!


Tommy Haas (GER) - Rafael Nadal (ESP)

Novak Djokovic (SRB) - Andy Murray (GBR)

Joachim Johansson (SWE) - Fernando González (CHI)

David Nalbandian (ARG) - Tim Henman (GBR)

Roger Federer (SUI) - Robin Soderling (SWE)


All predictions to be submitted by Thursday, 2PM BST. Good luck.  cmon yeah
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Haas in 3
Murray in 2
Johansson in 3
Henman in 3
Federer in 2
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Nadal in 2
Murray in 3
Johansson in 3
Henman in 3
Federer in 2

Very tough matches to predict.  Think
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Rafa in 3
Andy in 2
Johansson in 2
Nalbandian in 3
Fedex in 2
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Tommy Haas (GER) in 3 sets

Andy Murray (GBR) in 3 sets  pray

Joachim Johansson (SWE) in 3 sets

Tim Henman (GBR) in 3 sets  pray

Roger Federer (SUI) in 2 sets

It is difficult to pick the winners, so I pick the ones I want to win instead.
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Tommy Haas in 3

Andy Murray in 3

Johansson in 3

Nalbandian in 2

Federer in 2
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Some tough ones today.

Nadal in 2
Murray in 3
Gonzalez in 3
Nalbandian in 3
Federer in 2
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Nadal in 2
Murray in 3
Johansson in 3
Nalbandian in 3
Roger Federer in 2
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Nadal in 3
Murray in 3
Johansson in 3
Henman in 3
Federer in 2
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You lot don't rate Gonzalez much do you?
Come on mate!
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It's just that they rate the magnificent Joachim Johansson very highly. notworthy
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Actually this is the 1st time I've heard mention of Johansson's name this year. Has he been out with injuries or just not done anything spectacular? Or am I just a noob? lol
Definitely never heard anything of him at the grand slams.
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Joachim Johansson possesses the biggest the biggest serve and forehand combination in the game. He was ranked in the top 10 before he got injured in July 2005 and each of his previous three comeback attempts resulted in further injuries.

He defeated Nadal in straight sets last week and reached the semis of Stockholm. He served 51 aces against Agassi in four sets in the Australian Open in 2005 and that tells something about how effective his serve can be indoors.

He reached the US Open semis in 2004 after defeating Roddick in an epic five setter and won two titles in the six months of tennis he played last year including Marseille which is one of the best if not the best Tour event in the world.


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I know very well who he is, that wasn't my question. I remember watching the 51 aces game on holiday, also watched him beat Roddick. I was wondering why I hadn't heard anything of him this year.
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 Rafael Nadal (ESP) in 2

Andy Murray (GBR) in 3

 Fernando Gonz├ílez (CHI) in 2

Tim Henman (GBR) in 3

Roger Federer  in 2
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