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post #31 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2012, 11:58 PM
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Re: Le Petite As 2012

Originally Posted by SapELee View Post

[USA] Nathan PONWITH [10]    def. [FRA] Louis TESSA        6-2 3-1 Retired 
[USA] Francis TIAFOE [4]     def. [SWE] Mikael YEMER       6-3 6-0  
[USA] William BLUMBERG [15]  def. [CHE] Marko OSMAKCIC [7] 6-4 6-4  
[USA] Michael MMOH [5]       def. [CZE] Alessandro RICCI   6-0 6-0
Total dominations . Guaranteed American winner .
Incredible dominance. The four of them have only dropped one set in their 16 matches combined. This after last week's performance at Teen Tennis when the U.S. had both finalists, 3 of 4 semifinalists, and 4 of 8 quarterfinalists. As if to drive home their dominance over the competition, both doubles teams have reached both finals. I've never seen that before in an internationally prestigous tournament.

And to think that Stefan Kozlov was still eligible to compete at these tournaments. He's better than all of them at the moment.
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