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Old 08-02-2011, 09:48 AM   #4
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Del Potro is reasonably healthy again and Tsonga has looked pretty good at times. Those would be the other two I would say are reasonable choices for who is in the semis along with the usual four.

What about the other top seeds?
Soderling? It's been a while since I've thought so little about someone ranked #5.
Ferrer? Interesting, but doubtful. He does play reasonable on hard courts.
Monfils? More likely than the previous two to end up in the semis.
Fish? Maybe. Quarters at Wimbledon is a decent showing.
Berdych?
Almagro?
Simon?
Roddick?

Those are the only other two I would put any weight behind being in the semis or finals.
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