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Federer, Nadal, Nishikori reach Miami Open quarterfinals


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Ganbarre, Kei-san ! Go get 'em ! Gotta love the game of tennis ! ! !

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'Young’s loss meant only one American man would reach the quarters'

Bound to upset the local media police.

Approximately only one Italian, one Japanese in the quarters too.

Who's left, a pair of Swiss and a pair of Spaniards?

Hope to see a Nadal Nishikori semi here. Should be a cracking final too.

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Quarterfinals - that is as far as Kei can go. Same old story.

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Fxgai: "Bound to upset the local media police."

I don't think you're in any position to be criticizing the media, given the sense of entitlement you defend the media giving a certain golden boy here.

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Socrateos, he made the final here last season. The conditions in Miami suit him relatively well.

Smith, I wasn't critcizing the media, I was mocking the local media police... Lol.

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More cynicism. Kei-san is currently ranked world No. 4 guys ! I would say that there is a reason for that. Ganbarre, Kei-san ! Fed and Rafa are Masters making a valiant stand in what have been very successful and illustrious careers ! They deserve all the laurels that come their way. Roger is TBOAT ! (the best of all time) And that folks, is a fact, not just an opinion ! The stats support it ! Gotta love the game of tennis ! ! !

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That's right. I had forgotten that Nishikori was a finalist last year. He has had a very good tournament and if he should lose in the quarters he'll still walk away with $146,000 and change.

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I read he did lose the QF, that's a shame! Might slip a few rungs in the rankings as a result.

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