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Rhodes R1: King-Turner def. Chiudinelli 6-2 3-6 7-6(5)

Hey I was wondering what Chiudinelli had gone off to doing.

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Re: Rhodes R1: King-Turner def. Chiudinelli 6-2 3-6 7-6(5)

He's had a poor season. Including challengers, he only has 5 wins this season, with 13 losses. He is looking like the type who has a career season out of the blue, and can't deal with the expectations and difference of level and opponents focus on you, and simply can't back up their results. I thought he was better than that, but maybe he's hurt or something Otherwise, he just is another in a long line of flukish players who show everyone why they didn't make it to the top until late in their careers.
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Re: Rhodes R1: King-Turner def. Chiudinelli 6-2 3-6 7-6(5)

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Re: Rhodes R1: King-Turner def. Chiudinelli 6-2 3-6 7-6(5)

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He's had a poor season. Including challengers, he only has 5 wins this season, with 13 losses. He is looking like the type who has a career season out of the blue, and can't deal with the expectations and difference of level and opponents focus on you, and simply can't back up their results. I thought he was better than that, but maybe he's hurt or something Otherwise, he just is another in a long line of flukish players who show everyone why they didn't make it to the top until late in their careers.
I saw Chiudinelli at Indian Wells against Gulbis. He really doesn't have any weapons. He strikes me as a very hard worker but with limited ability. I think the career season was out of the blue and wont be repeated. I think his true rank is somewhere between 100 and 150
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