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Nicolás Almagro - Jerzy Janowicz Live

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Nationality Player Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5
SpainN Almagro776--
PolandJ Janowicz661--

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  1. - - ALMAGRO 7-6(3) 7-6(3) 6-1 - GAME, SET & MATCH! Spanish 10th seed Nicolas Almagro is through to the fourth round, incredibly not on a tie-break. Janowicz completely ran out of steam in the third set and Almgaro was able to run away with it for the loss of just the one game. And next up for Almagro will be the winner between Tipsarevic and Benneteau

  2. - - ALMAGRO 7-6(3) 7-6(4) - SET! Almagro lets out an almighty roar after a huge forehand helps him seal the second set 7-4 in the breaker. He's clearly displeased about something though as he goes to remonstrate with the umpire during the change of ends

  3. - - ALMAGRO 7-6(3) - SET! Out on Court 3, Spanish 10th seed Almagro has taken a tough first set 7-3 in the breaker from 24th seeded Pole Jerzy Janowicz. This one has five epic sets written all over it - expect more tie-breaks to come

Nicolás Almagro

Nationality ESP
Date of Birth 21/08/1985
Height 1.83 m
Weight 84 kg

Jerzy Janowicz

Nationality POL
Date of Birth 13/11/1990
Height 2.03 m
Weight 91 kg

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  1. CircemEt your comments are not less agressive than this­ player's behaviour on the court. Go back to your­ country (Spain?) and post your comments in your native­ language.

    From , on Sat 19 Jan 2:28
  2. almagro is very good player but dont forget next years­ we will see again JERZY

    From Marios, on Fri 18 Jan 18:03
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    Jerzy whatever-wicz ran out of steam...and dope. ­ Another Rosol, who is aptly out.

    From CircemEt, on Fri 18 Jan 6:48
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    Very good. The aggressive Pole is out. He can now go­ back home and smah his raquet at the umpire in Poland.

    From CircemEt, on Fri 18 Jan 6:47
  5. Carry on Nicolas. So far so good.

    From CircemEt, on Fri 18 Jan 6:43
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    Vamos Nicolas. Show the aggressive Pole the way out. ­ Jerzy whatever-wicz of witch should have been­ disqualified. Remember Nalbandian at Queens­ disqualified for the same type of aggressive behaviour?

    From CircemEt, on Fri 18 Jan 6:35
  7. to one with id Michal, take it easy, if you want to fix­ the world start from your own country, if you want to­ rate who is better by the number of tennis playes­ produced think about how many serial killers show up in­ news reports every week and from where? again, take it­ easy.

    From , on Fri 18 Jan 4:59
  8. Michal, we support who we want and he's not­ arrogant redneck

    From Jola, on Fri 18 Jan 0:31
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    people you support this arrogant redneck only because­ his your homie and this country produces 1-2 good­ tennis players every 50 years.

    From Michal, on Fri 18 Jan 0:14
  10. come on! whole Poland crossed fingers. show him that­ the Polish can

    From Paulina, on Thu 17 Jan 21:12
  11. C'mon Jerzy! U can do it! Forget about last match­ they try cheat you!

    From Krzysztof, on Thu 17 Jan 12:24
  12. Go Jerzy! Play your best tennis and keep cool

    From Jola, on Thu 17 Jan 12:22
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