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Parmar 5- 4 Mathieu
Voltchkov 6-1 Gimelstob
 

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Wow, Parmar is 6-4, 4-4 against Mathieu! Don't know who's serving first, though... Parmar has quarter-final points to defend from last year, he beat Nieminen and Kiefer to make the last eight and lost a close three-setter to Arthurs.
 

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Voltchkov 6-1 7-5 Gimelstob

Parmar 6-4 5-5 Mathieu
 

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Parmar just won 6-4 7-6

Fish 2-2 Lee

Arazi 1-1 Sargsian
 

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Fish leads HT Lee 6-4 2-3

Bryan tied with Arthurs 6-6

Arazi leads Sargsian 6-4 1-2
 

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Fish leads 4-1 in the 3rd
Arthurs is a set up and 3 all
Arazi 1 game up in the 3rd
 

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Arthurs def Bryan 7-6 7-5
Fish def Lee 6-4 3-6 6-1
Parmar def Mathieu 6-4 7-6
Voltchkov def Gimelstob 6-1 7-5
Arazi def Sargsian 6-4 3-6 6-3

Spadea leads Popp 5-4
Zimonjic leads Marray 6-2 0-1
 

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The overall match sounds like a typical Arthurs score, but that tiebreak was won 19-17! How many chances do you reckon Bob B. had to win the opening set...?
 

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Bogdanovic 6-4 2-0 Kendoll :D :D :D

go stick pins in him :p
 

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Vladimir :D :D
Hicham :D :D

Alex Popp d. Spudea 7-5 6-4 :bounce: :)
 

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well done Alex :):)

he really stuck some Pins into Kendoll :D :bounce: :D
 
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