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Archived Results from the Tour 2008

Postby ahmedcoolio » 10 Oct 2008, 00:23

Chiller def. Munchin 6-1 6-1
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Postby TTennisfan » 10 Oct 2008, 13:18

Ro.Federer def. Lindsay Davenport 6-3 6-4
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Record 09(singles): 28-15 Record 09(doubles): 1-2
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S.F: Newport,

Record 2008: 44-13
Best result (08):
F:Rome, Roland Garros, Bangkok, Vienna, Madrid, Shanghai
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Postby endy1000 » 10 Oct 2008, 19:24

endy-raprok 6-7(2) 3-6
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Postby TTennisfan » 10 Oct 2008, 23:55

Ro.Federer crushed Zuzana ondraskova 6-2 6-2

Nice practice for my SF!
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PS: I break ur possibility to win ur 3rd straight tourney
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Record 2008: 44-13
Best result (08):
F:Rome, Roland Garros, Bangkok, Vienna, Madrid, Shanghai
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Postby oohzuzana » 11 Oct 2008, 07:54

TTennisfan wrote:Ro.Federer crushed Zuzana ondraskova 6-2 6-2

Nice practice for my SF!
GG

PS: I break ur possibility to win ur 3rd straight tourney


Ro. Fed played well, but I played SO bad. My worst tournament match ever. Just stupid stupid stuff, and a ton of COMPLETELY unforced errors :(.

Good luck matching my streak :p
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QF: Olympics, Stuttgart, Bucharest, Banja Luka, Vienna, Basel, Paris
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Postby Togtdaylttai » 12 Oct 2008, 19:05

Reserve Match:

Togtdyalttai def. Chiller(1) 7-6(5) 7-6(2)
We had 1 break each in this match, and we had the game force us to start over two times. The first time, there was about a day before we started again. That time, the score was 2-1 30-40. I was serving, and he happened to win that first point back. So we served out the first set until the tiebreak. Throughout the first set, he kept guessing where I would smash the ball, which was pretty much what kept him in it. I'm not really sure how I won the

The second set wasn't quite as good as the first. Although we each were able to hold serve, I was the one putting more pressure on his serve. In fact, at 30-40 at 1-2 on his serve, we had to start over again. Anyway we served it out until the tiebreak, where I won easier this time.
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Winner: Banja Luka, Vienna
F: Paris
SF: Newport, Bucharest, Beijing, Tokyo, Basel
QF: Wimbledon, Indianapolis
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Postby TTennisfan » 13 Oct 2008, 17:14

Ro.Federer df. Tom Paulman 6-1 7-6

GG! and gl for upcoming tournaments

PS: Once again against u Tog :roll:
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Record 2008: 44-13
Best result (08):
F:Rome, Roland Garros, Bangkok, Vienna, Madrid, Shanghai
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Postby Tom Paulman » 13 Oct 2008, 17:17

Ro.F def. Tom Paulman 6-1 7-6(5)

I lost my first tie-break since Wimbledon :x But he was too good, those were the days when we played 50/50 matches, lol. He got much better since then. I was totally off in the first set, maybe because I had been playing TE2009 all weekend.
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Postby TTennisfan » 13 Oct 2008, 17:21

Tom Paulman wrote:those were the days when we played 50/50 matches, lol.


Yea remember this score : 2-6 6-2 3-6 7-6(10) 8-6
and when u missed 6 or 7 match points :wink:
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S.F: Newport,

Record 2008: 44-13
Best result (08):
F:Rome, Roland Garros, Bangkok, Vienna, Madrid, Shanghai
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Postby Tom Paulman » 13 Oct 2008, 17:48

That was the biggest nightmare match I played, lol.. I will remember it for ever :D
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Postby TTennisfan » 13 Oct 2008, 20:52

Tog - R.F 7-6 6-7 7-5

gg! nice tournament and remember what I told u just after the match :x at 5-5 Deuce
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Best result (09) :
S.F: Newport,

Record 2008: 44-13
Best result (08):
F:Rome, Roland Garros, Bangkok, Vienna, Madrid, Shanghai
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Postby Togtdaylttai » 13 Oct 2008, 20:55

Togtdyalttai def. Ro.Federer(2) 7-6(6) 6-7(4) 7-5

This was one of the best matches I've ever played. I had to work extremely hard to win it.

1st set: we kind of feeled each other out for a bit. I usually start pretty slow on return, and I suppose he did too. He had 1 break point but couldn't convert. In the tiebreak, he went up 4-0 on some bad errors on my part. Somehow I got those minibreaks back and came up with one more to win the set.

2nd set: He broke me at 2-2, but then I broke him right back. We held out until the tiebreak. In this tiebreak, there were quite a few minibreaks, but he came out on top by picking up his play.

3rd set: He broke me at 1-0 and went up 3-0, and I thought the match was over. He was really dominating me at that point, and I thought I had no chance of getting that break back. Somehow I did though, and I got back to 3-3. Then at 5-4 he had match point but I was able to save it. At 5-5 he went up 40-0 and I thought for sure we were headed for another tiebreak. Then I made it back to deuce and had some luck on my side to break. I served out the match with little trouble.

First time I've ever beaten him, and what a way to do it!
Record (since coming back from ban): 24-6
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Winner: Banja Luka, Vienna
F: Paris
SF: Newport, Bucharest, Beijing, Tokyo, Basel
QF: Wimbledon, Indianapolis
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Postby stuey » 14 Oct 2008, 00:13

Chiller def. Raprok by Random luck

Blacky and I were discussing a lot about this match, we probably had to do Random luck earlier. But we did it now and Chiller won.

One important thing: in the future, you may play only one reserve match! Because now, we had whole tournament played before Chiller-Raprok match score was decided. That won't be able any more...

Anyway, congrats Togtdyalttai on winning Vienna ;)
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Postby oohzuzana » 14 Oct 2008, 05:18

Four consecutive weeks of American titles!
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QF: Olympics, Stuttgart, Bucharest, Banja Luka, Vienna, Basel, Paris
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