Thursday, January 24, 2008

Predictable Tsunami?!

Okey, so you’re a little bit surprised with Tsonga in the final, huh? Not something you could say you expected the whole time, is it? Well yeah.. but who could..!

..actually.. there is such a someone.. someone who – before the tournament started- had a clear vision of how things were gonna go…

Follow us as we go through this prophecy, cause it’s pretty amazing. The author seems to have got almost everything right!!!!!!!

ROUND1.HE has been handed a tough opener […] that could give HIM early problems. true, that match was pretty tight.. .

ROUND2.If HE negotiates his 1st round opponent then Juan Pablo Brzezicki could await, assuming the Argentinean overcomes a qualifier in the opening round. – well yeah, assuming, cause the Argentinean failed to do that and so the second round match was not against Brzezicki but Sam Warburg of USA. Still let us continue with the prognosis.

ROUND3.A likely third-round opponent is Juan Ignacio Chela . However, the 18th seeded Argentinean, ranked 20 in the world, has won only one title on the ATP Tour since 2004, in Acapulco, Mexico last year. […] so HIS opponent could well be Spaniard Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, currently ranked 87 despite achieving a career-high 57 last year. EXACTO! Garcia-Lopez it was!

ROUND4.Next up, one of two seeded players: Russia's Igor Andreev (31) and France's Richard Gasquet (8)[...]. The Frenchman is considered a potential star and that showdown could be one of the highlights of the event. hmm no highlights there, but the match was quite good, so – again- “right on”.

QF. If HE reaches the last eight, there is a good chance he will face one of the seeds. Seeded highest is Russian Nikolay Davydenko (4), with his compatriot Mikhail Youzhny (14)and Ivo Karlovic (20) of Croatia also in the same quarter of the draw. – okey, that doesn’t say much, but still, HE actually did face Youzhny, so no mistake there.

SF.In the semis, HE is most likely to meet Rafael Nadal and a bonus for HIM as Nadal's preference for slower clay is well-known.The new surface in Oz is said to be even quicker than before, which could cause further problems for Spain's world number two. OMG! Sooo right you couldn’t be any “righter”!

2008 AO FINAL.If HE makes his first Grand Slam final, then he is most likely to meet defending champion Federer, though Serbia's Novak Djokovic could have something to say about that. Again, right you are, Sir, cause we actually still don't know which of the two players you've named will be HIS opponent in the final.

Ok, now tell me that THAT does not sound amazing! I mean the guy virtually tells the whole story just as it happened BEFORE it happened!!!
Oh, just one small “but” – the mystery HE is actually not Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France (why would you even think that?!) but…dear old 100% Scottish Andy Murray!!!

Congrats to the author! (who's obviously Brittish! ;) )

And the whole prophecy, you can find it here.


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