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  • Tsonga, Raonic in first-round action Tuesday

    8/27/12 11:40 PM | Kelli DeMario
    Tsonga, Raonic in first-round action Tuesday Fifth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is set to highlight play at the US Open, as he takes the court against Slovakia's Karol Beck. The Frenchman is joined in first-round action by fellow seed Milos Raonic, who meets Santiago Giraldo.

    (5) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs. Karol Beck

    World No. 6 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is back on court after reaching the semifinal in Winston-Salem. The 27-year-old Frenchman advanced to the final four before falling to eventual champion John Isner in three sets. Tsonga is seeking his 41st victory of the season.

    World No. 143 Karol Beck is 2-8 for the 2012 season. The 30-year-old veteran will attempt to win his first match at the US Open since 2004.

    (15) Milos Raonic vs. Santiago Giraldo

    World No. 16 Milos Raonic looks to break a 1-1 series tie with world No. 46 Santiago Giraldo. Tuesday signals their first hard-court meeting.

    Raonic is 33-14 after reaching the quarterfinal at the Masters 1000 Cincinnati. The 21-year-old, who missed last year’s tournament due to injury, is bidding for his first victory at the US Open.

    Giraldo has compiled a modest 21-20 mark for the year. The 24-year-old looks to record his first main-draw win in New York.

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Milos barely able to advance past Giraldo.He'll play better after passing this torture test.

stratocast51 , 8/28/12 8:59 PM


I doubt Raonic will go far, but i could be wrong. I think he's played too many matches since last year, and it's now takin g a toll. He needs to skip a few tournaments, coz he'll be all faded out instead of climbing in the rankings. Some of these young guys are very ambitious, but too ambiktious for their bodies, and in the end it's self-defeating. DelPotro comes to mind. He burnt himself out before winning his USO title. Then after returning from his injury, he again began to play a lot, and look at what's happening now. He's got both wrists lless then 100%.

scoretracker , 8/29/12 2:20 AM



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