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1 EL AYNAOUI, Younes MAR
WASKE, Alexander GER
Q BRYAN, Bob USA
ARTHURS, Wayne AUS
Q ARAZI, Hicham MAR
SARGSIAN, Sargis ARM
GINEPRI, Robby USA
6 MIRNYI, Max BLR

3 NIEMINEN, Jarkko FIN
RUSEDSKI, Greg GBR
ROCHUS, Olivier BEL
LABADZE, Irakli GEO
GIMELSTOB, Justin USA
VOLTCHKOV, Vladimir BLR
WC BOGDANOVIC, Alex GBR
5 GAMBILL, Jan-Michael USA

8 FISH, Mardy USA
LEE, Hyung-Taik KOR
KOUBEK, Stefan AUT
KRATOCHVIL, Michel SUI
SA, Andre BRA
WC DELGADO, Jamie GBR
POPP, Alexander GER
4 SPADEA, Vincent USA

7 DENT, Taylor USA
VAHALY, Brian USA
Q MARRAY, Jonathan GBR
Q ZIMONJIC, Nenad SER
WC PARMAR, Arvind GBR
MATHIEU, Paul-Henri FRA
BJORKMAN, Jonas SWE
2 YOUZHNY, Mikhail RUS
 

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Thank you, JonBcn!

Good luck to:

Robby Ginepri
Jan-Michael Gambill
Justin Gimelstob
Paul-Henri Mathieu
 

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all the big servers loaded in top half LMAO

good luck
Hicham and to Ollie , they'll need body armour ;)

and go Misha !!!!!!!!!! tough opener
wish Jonas was in top half, he'd make mince meat of all those big servers
 

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Yikes, Jarkko got Rusedski in the opening round :eek: Hmm, don't think he'll last too long here . . .

Best of luck to Michel, who desperately needs to defend these points! :bounce:
 

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Fascinating draw, the British wildcards have got some very interesting match-ups: Bogdanovic v Gambill, Delgado v Sa (what an opportunity!) and Parmar v Mathieu, which seems such a weird match-up... they are both so quintessentially British and French respectively.

Despite being defending champion, Bjorkman has suffered the vagaries of being unseeded; methinks his title defence will not last long, given that Youzhny beat him fairly comfortably only last week in Halle. In fact, I may be going out on a limb here but I'm going to pick Youzhny to win the whole thing, he seems to have rediscovered his confidence.

And I will have to root for Kratochvil in the hope that he can stay in the Top 100, even though there is a special place in my heart reserved for the master of haute couture himself, Mr Stefan Koubek.
 

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Hendouble said:
And I will have to root for Kratochvil in the hope that he can stay in the Top 100, even though there is a special place in my heart reserved for the master of haute couture himself, Mr Stefan Koubek.
:kiss::kiss::kiss:

Thank you, Sjengster :) Koubek has already had some success this year, others are in desperate need of it.
 
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