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Rog Playing in Rotterdam!!!

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Re: Rog Playing in Rotterdam!!!

Post by bogbrush on Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:59 am

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summerblues wrote:
bogbrush wrote:Ok, to become #1 again Federer needs to beat a qualifier, then Kholi / Khachanov then probably Stan.

And that would be it.

Not easy.
Yeah, Rds 2&3 could provide some real opposition.  I did not realize how strong the field was in Rotterdam.  Still, a #1 player in the world should beat a qualifier and either Kholi/Khachanov.  Stan at his best could be difficult, but he is unlikely to be anywhere near that.

Fingers crossed.  I will be nervous though.  It feels the #1 is so close, yet if he does not make it, the door could close really fast.
This is true of Dubai as well. Federer actually has to perform well somewhere to get this.

There’s a few players who won’t wave Nadal through at Acapulco as well.

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