Thread: Tennis: 2013 Australian Open
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01-19-2013, 09:57 PM
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Nishikori takes more injury timeouts than just about anyone on tour. He has had visits from the physio in previous matches, too, though. He started the match well but still went down a break and he lost all form in a hurry. Too bad he drew Ferrer - Tsonga and Berdych would have been much better matchups for him.
I don't think David is a bad match up for him. Kei is two and one lifetime over Ferrer, one and one on hard courts. I think he's just having a bad day....somehow, though, at 4-4 in the third he is still alive in the match, despite the woes....Kei tried hard, but lost the break again and his knee seems to be bothering him near the end of that game...and David holds at love. On to the quarters. He must now be number four in the world by this time surely.


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