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Miami R1: Berlocq def. Sock 7-5 7-6(6)

I had something elaborate to post but I accidently pressed enter too soon on the first thread I made

Anyway, Charly did it again bitches! Miami masters is not the place you want to play Charly Berlocq as a WC American in R1.

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Ah, Jack Sock, we all have one.
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Miami R1: Berlocq def Sock 7-5;7-6

Sock had the lead in the 2nd set 5-3.....another kid without focus
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I mean , sock is just 18 . but doubt that after this defeat there is a sense in going further

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Re: Miami R1: Berlocq def. Sock 7-5 7-6(6)

New generation chokers is growing up.

Seriously, Sock wasted so many oppotunities, Berlocq had 30-40 almost on each serve. Sock had 2 set points at 5-4 40-15...
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Re: Miami R1: Berlocq def. Sock 7-5 7-6(6)

Charly to take out Gulbis in R2.
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this Berlocq is just too good No chance for american hero

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Charly to take out Gulbis in R2.

6-0 6-0.
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Re: Miami R1: Berlocq def. Sock 7-5 7-6(6)

Seriously, Jack is 18, one of his first events on this level, he'll learn from this and grow. Obviously he blew many chances in this match but I'm sure he was nervous and this is all a learning experience. His serving stats were not good enough and that is something he should look in improving.
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next to do for sock is to lose a grass court match to veić

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Is it impossible for anyone to serve 60%?

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Seriously, Jack is 18, one of his first events on this level, he'll learn from this and grow. Obviously he blew many chances in this match but I'm sure he was nervous and this is all a learning experience. His serving stats were not good enough and that is something he should look in improving.
Exactly. Sock has barely even played at an ATP level

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Re: Miami R1: Berlocq def. Sock 7-5 7-6(6)

Good performance by Sock. He could win a set, but Berlocq is more experienced.

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Re: Miami R1: Berlocq def. Sock 7-5 7-6(6)

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Seriously, Jack is 18, one of his first events on this level, he'll learn from this and grow. Obviously he blew many chances in this match but I'm sure he was nervous and this is all a learning experience. His serving stats were not good enough and that is something he should look in improving.
Agree with you. It was the expected result but Charly is the sort of players that is vulnerable to beat on hard courts. Jack needs to spend more time on Future and Challenger events. He has a long road to play and succeed on this sort of events yet. Definitely a big project.

Charly may have chances against Gulbis if he keeps playing as bad as he did the whole year. Good luck for him

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