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  1. #76
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    after watchin kachanev match, you don't ever count out nadal. ever. Hope he can stay healthy for a while. 5 setters like that ain't gonna help.
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    Tru that brother. I continue to be a reluctant Nadal liker. What a great open this year eh?
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    Think the Keys / Osaka winner takes it all. Both playing well. Osaka has looked really good all tournament. All in for Keys though. Think if you can get Serena moving around the court she can be beat. Hasn’t looked like her fitness level is back yet. Time will tell.

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    Serena / Osaka for the crown. Both played well tonight. Serena was just overpowering. Seems like Osaka is destined to win. Should be a good final. Leaning Osaka.

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    2018 Tennis thread

    Osaka looked strong tonight, but Serena is going to smoke her. 6-4, 6-3

    Can’t wait for Nadal Delpo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluff View Post
    S Seems like Osaka is destined to win.
    did you actually watch the matches last night? serenia is going to pound Osaka. She'd probably have beaten isner.

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    I hate to be that guy, but Serena‘s one armed tutu was god awful (the wife concurred). She looked like a homeless dude.

    Tennis-related: she never looked uncomfortable & looks way better than 26th

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    ^ yeah, I'm with you on that. Most fucked up outfit I'd ever seen but sweet jeasus that arm that showed. If she were comin at me in a barfight I'd run.

    RUN
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    Nadal is out with an injury

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    He was struggling to move around in the second set. Some leg issue.

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    Djokovic up two sets to none. Nishikori has nothing for him so far.

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    Not surprised by Nadal's retirement, dude had some tough matches going into the semi. Sort of happy that Djoko had an easy time with Nishikori, should make for a great final tomorrow since neither finalist really got pushed yesterday. I'm going w/ Delpo for the win. He's peaking at the right time for this.
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    Osaka! Great attitude.

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    Osaka impressive in set 1, taking it 6-2. Handling Serena’s power and drumming up power for Serena to match as well. Serena going for, and needing to go a bit bigger to try to deal with Osaka’s returns. Missing a lot of serves and ground strokes

    We’ll see how set 2 goes. So nerves start creeping into Osaka’s game? Get this to a 3rd.

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    That's a heavy ball from Osaka.

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    Coaching controversy. Serena needs to let it go.

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    I thought she handled it well on the first changeover. Clearly the right call but questionable in context.

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    Game penalty now. Turning into a WWE match.

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    Legalized sports betting. Is the fix in

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    This has turned into quite the debacle.

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    The chair ump better run when this is over, especially if Serena loses.

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    Impressed by Osaka composure in all this. Congrats Champ!

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    Agree. She was the best player the last two weeks.

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    So I was close on score, just wrong fucking player. The end of that set was nuts. Complete bs on the coaching call. That happens in every single match. Insane

    Serena needed to hold her shit together, though. Mental breakdown.

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