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  1. Ophelia
    Ophelia March 27, 2013 at 12:58 am |

    I’m gutted for Djokovic as a Nole fan, but thrilled for Haas as a tennis fan. I thought for sure that the match would go the way of pretty much every 3-set “favorite looks down and dusted but makes a predictable comeback” match at Miami so far, but Haas didn’t let that happen. That was the most amazing part of his victory; being the oldest and most experienced player in the draw had got to help him loads too.

    That said, he had _better_ not lose to Simon tomorrow. Or else.

  2. Tennisfan
    Tennisfan March 27, 2013 at 4:14 am |

    Woohoo, go Haas. Hope he can win this tournament, what a feel-good story this is. Just when Miami was getting boring once again, it needed this to happen!

    Murray must be a bit happy now though!

  3. Master Ace
    Master Ace March 27, 2013 at 8:34 am |

    “I can’t be held accountable for caps tonight.”

    Yes, you can be accountable:) LOL!!!

  4. Fernando
    Fernando March 27, 2013 at 9:54 am |

    Fernando flashes: Fernando says:

    1. Memo to Americans: Watch Haas; tactic wins tennis matches, not booming serves and forehands;

    2 Credit to Haas, but Fernando cannot deny that Djoker was awful;

    3. Loop moonballs to Djoker’s forehand-he no like;

    4. Maestro’s sun is setting; Nadal’s is rising after a brief eclipse. Yet journalists are linking the demise of Maestro with Nadal. Outrageous.

    5. Fasten your safety belts Vamos Brigade. Nadal will dominate the season now.

    I am Fernando @vivafernando

  5. Shradha
    Shradha March 27, 2013 at 10:03 am |

    Imagine if he wins the whole thing…You should make a rule then of always writing his name Font size 18…

  6. MattV
    MattV March 27, 2013 at 11:34 am |

    I had a problem because I could not decide who to cheer for! I am a Novak fan all the way, but I love everything about Haas – his attitude, his game, THE FACT HE IS 34 and doesn’t not give a damn about it, everything…

    I am really happy for Haas and he now assuredly MUST beat Simon, if not take the title, Ljubicic style!

    This said, I think we can now safely conclude: Novak cannot play in the wind. He just can’t. It’s proven to be his undoing too many times…

  7. Rosa Torain
    Rosa Torain April 8, 2013 at 10:23 am |

    It was very shocking news for Novak Djokovic. Really TOMMY HAAS has played a tremendous play. I like both of the players most.

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