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BobbyMorri

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Good timing Nick. This one will go through to the keeper.


ps it comes from this

Kokk lost in a bad tempered match. Nick won in SS

I reckon it started with this
 

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Nick has bad back issues again.

The WTA have had 8 different semis finals for IW/Miami. Collins has come from the clouds to beat Venus easily. Venus seems to be the barometer for the tournament. She is always thereabouts but never a champion.
 

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Bloody Sloane Stephens. Wins the US Open, does nothing for the next 6 months, then suddenly wins Miami.

Ostapenko will probably stay in the top 10, regardless of what happens at the French Open this year.
 

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Feels a bit ew, but Isner has been a perennial Top 20 player for nearly a decade and had lost 3 Masters finals before. It's not like Zverev's form is any more reliable (3 Masters might have been premature for him as well).

Fine with the Isner win as a Career Masters. Isner makes these deep Masters runs out of the blue every year to stay in the top 20, so he might as well win one. Solid wins against Raonic, Del Potro, Zverev, etc. is a solid campaign. Winning at Miami (rather than something like Paris) is a fairly big achievement for him.
 
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