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Paris Results & OOPs

Posted by gauloises1 on November 13, 2009

I hope you admired my concision in the previous post. What I was trying to say is that the quarterfinals lineup is now set, with the inclusion of the two results I didn’t mention: Gael Monfils beat Julien Benneteau 64 63, and Novak Djokovic rolled over Arnaud Clement 62 62.

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novak djokovic

So it’ll be Monfils-Cilic, Stepanek-Del Potro (he will lose, and lose badly, I’m telling you right now), Djokovic-Soderling, and Tsonga-Nadal, with Soderling and Tsonga needing to win merely to remain in contention for the WTFs.

Singles – Third Round
[2] R Nadal (ESP) d [14] T Robredo (ESP) 63 36 75
[3] N Djokovic (SRB) d [Q] A Clement (FRA) 62 62
[13] R Stepanek (CZE) d [4] A Murray (GBR) 16 63 64
[10] F Gonzalez (CHI) vs [5] J Del Potro (ARG)
[9] R Soderling (SWE) d [6] N Davydenko (RUS) 63 36 64
[12] M Cilic (CRO) d [7] F Verdasco (ESP) 36 63 64
[8] J Tsonga (FRA) d [11] G Simon (FRA) 62 63
[15] G Monfils (FRA) d J Benneteau (FRA) 64 63

Doubles – Quarter-finals
[8] F Cermak (CZE) / M Mertinak (SVK) d J Kerr (AUS) / T Parrott (USA) 62 64

Doubles – Second Round
[1] D Nestor (CAN) / N Zimonjic (SRB) d [WC] A Clement (FRA) / M Llodra (FRA) 63 64
[2] B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan (USA) d J Benneteau (FRA) / J Tsonga (FRA) w/o – Tsonga (wrist)
C Kas (GER) / P Kohlschreiber (GER) d [6] J Knowle (AUT) / A Ram (ISR) 75 64

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2 Responses to “Paris Results & OOPs”

  1. linz said

    I think tomorrow could potentially be very upset-filled. I like Steps over Delpo, who didn’t look very healthy today and shouldn’t have survived (sorry). I also think Tsonga is in much better form than Nadal right now, but he better finish up Nadal quickly, because Rafa’s here to fight this week. I would love to see Sod beat Djoko for the first time- I can see that being a really fun match if both guys come out in form. And I have NO CLUE who will win the Bambi/Gumbi matchup- I see that it’s the first time they’ve played- but my money would be on Gael feeding off of the crowd and getting the win.

    Anyways, should be a fun day. Paris is crazy, but surprisingly enjoyable…..

  2. harini said

    You seriously have amazing powers of foreseeability, Gaul. I really didn’t think JMDP would retire (although I haven’t seen him play the last few days, except for the last couple of games in the Marat match) so I don’t have the best judgment. Many *hugs* to you.

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