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  1. J. Lee
    J. Lee June 9, 2013 at 5:24 am |

    Thanks for the detailed preview, JJ. Do you think Ferrer will be able to at least take one set from Nadal?

    I think the first set will be competitive, but Nadal will run away with 2nd and 3rd set. I hope I am wrong. As much as I love Nadal, I am hoping for a different winner this year – competition is healthy for tennis! 🙂

  2. Max
    Max June 9, 2013 at 12:36 pm |

    Nadal is better than ever, no one should ever bring the knee issue again this season. Somebody may also call him out on the “I’m not the favourite” thing.

    1. toot
      toot June 11, 2013 at 5:27 am |

      Fine. Nadal’s knee should never be mentioned so long as Federer’s back is never brought up, or Djokovic’s ankle or hamstring or calf or back or whatever body part he clutches in his next match.

      Rafa has chronic knee tendinitis. It will never go away. It can be managed – hopefully well. Anybody with a chronic condition will tell you that it’s better some days and worse others. Tennis fans should just wish Rafa well and wish him good health as they do everyone else.

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