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  • a  not seeded; used of players of lesser skill
  • s  (of a piece of ground) not have a crop sown on it

  • Nonetheless, there Nielsen was: a Wimbledon finalist, and the first unseeded one since 1930.
  • The unseeded Blake, 25, who last year broke his neck after slamming his head into a the metal net post in Rome, lost his father, Thomas, to cancer, and contracted a stress .
  • In the other, unseeded John Newcombe, 22, aced Santana 16 times, and whipped the scrambling Spaniard, 6-3, 6-4, 6-8, 8-6.

  • Roger Federer in Sydney Morning Herald
    I guess the biggest problem for him is being unseeded, just getting tougher draws than he's used to,Federer said on Wednesday after disposing of Spain's Carlos Moya 6-2 6-3 on the opening day of the Kooyong Classic. "So to get to the...
  • Lindsay Davenport in SI.com
    I came here with the goal of winning this tournament and, being unseeded, you never know how the draw turns out,Davenport said. "But I was happy with the way I was able to play well at times, not perfectly at others, but really come...
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in The Age
    When you take a seed out in the first round you have his draw. So you have a better chance to play some unseeded players. So it's better, of course,22-year-old Tsonga said. "It's good for me because it's lot of confidence to beat a player...

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