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Berlocq, Ramirez-Hidalgo and Andujar won HC matches at the same tournament

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Re: Berlocq, Ramirez-Hidalgo and Andujar won HC matches at the same tournament

You forgot Lorenzi!!

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I don't think anyone would have picked all the R1 winners correctly.
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he plays against Gil

Lorenzi is clearly the worst surprise by beating Ljubicic.

Ramirez-Hidalgo in a lesser extent.

Kavcic may be on his way to defeat Rochus as well

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Confirmed mug era!

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Re: Berlocq, Ramirez-Hidalgo and Andujar won HC matches at the same tournament

miami is slow HC, really not that surprising, underdogs always do well here early rounds.
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Re: Berlocq, Ramirez-Hidalgo and Andujar won HC matches at the same tournament

Maybe those players isn't so bad on slower court.
I add to list Cuevas and Berlocq too who are clay court players too.

The next "surprise" will be when Montanes will beat Karlovic (if not Florian Mayer today)...

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unreal.

if only Riba had won to complete the mug-fest.

Shame Volandri and Di Mauro aren't here for comedy victories against Melzer too.

Capdeville doesn't count btw. He used to play the hardcourtin North America instead of the clay court swing in the south when he was a top 100 player
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Capdeville doesn't count btw. He used to play the hardcourtin North America instead of the clay court swing in the south when he was a top 100 player
yes I thought the same : Capdeville is not really a claycourt specialist, his opponent Gil is more

Lorenzi also doesn't really dislike hardcourts but seeing him defeat Ljubicic is still a huge surprise.

As for Cuevas the bounce is supposed to be low here which shouldn't help his spinned shots

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Re: Berlocq, Ramirez-Hidalgo and Andujar won HC matches at the same tournament

Capdeville isn't a claycourter.
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Capdeville and Lorenzi are not clay specialists. As for Ruben, he won a 100K HC challenger last year and he has some decent HC wins on his record. He's a clay specialist but he can at least put a performance on HC that is considered passable.

Berlocq and especially Andujar are poor HC players but Miami, if what I've read is correct, is playing slow, more so than Indian Wells. Miami is a naturally heavy atmosphere, which slows the courts down more. It's also hot and pretty humid, which slows the courts down further. So results like these are not surprising.
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Berlocq and especially Andujar are poor HC players but Miami, if what I've read is correct, is playing slow, more so than Indian Wells. Miami is a naturally heavy atmosphere, which slows the courts down more. It's also hot and I read the humidity is like 50%, which slows the courts down further. So results like these are not surprising.
And Berlocq and Andujar met young players Sock and Tomic (well Tomic was expected to win )

but it's true that Miami is usually slow and maybe even slower this year.

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Capdeville and Lorenzi are not clay specialists. As for Ruben, he won a 100K HC challenger last year and he has some decent HC wins on his record. He's a clay specialist but he can at least put a performance on HC that is considered passable.
come off it. The highest ranked player he beat in that Challenger was Niels Desein at 179.

Apart from the freak win against Blake in New Haven a few years ago (the match that led to the introduction of round robin imo) I'm guessing this is his biggest hc win

Obviously conditions in Miami are a factor. Probably the closest thing to blue clay on tour.
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