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''Too good Alessio, too good''



There is a cathing phrase going on in the elite world of tennis experts, they don't say ''too good Alessio, too good'' for nothing; this guy is a legend, and it is simple as that. At the moment at a genuine age of 33, he is once again cracking up the CH circuit, still not too old, with a lot of time and possibilities to improve his game, he is back in the TOP150 keeping an eye wide open for the TOP100. Career high ranking at 68, numerous Ch titles, one ATP final in Buenos Aires, when the epic round robin system was introduced, losing to Pico Monaco in the final; i doubt many of you guys have seen him play, probably there are tennis fans who have never heard of him; normal down to earth accountant, huge lefty fh, amazing bh, loves the bh dropshot,s uddenly in his prime at a tender age of 33 developped a Feliciana like serve, hitting like 10-12 Aces at the CH circuit; he had some legendary matches like the one with Djokovic junior a.k.a Marko in Belgrade, 2 weeks ago against another up and coming italian star Arnaboldi, and numerous others.

So be honest, how can you not like this italian stallion, true legend and ambassador of the game, as they say:


''Too good Alessio, too good''

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Huge lefty forehand!
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That guy is the worst tennis player I've seen playing. Just awfull.

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That match against Marko Djokovic in Belgrade was disturbing, I still have nightmares about it.

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I saw him play against Marko Djokovic in Belgrade last year, most awful match I've ever watched.

Couldn't believe what I was seeing.

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Di Mauro one of the real idols of the game.
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The man moonballs with such flair.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


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I agree, that match was very ugly against Marko...

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The man moonballs with such flair.
Robredo would die for such artistic moonballing skills, such intensity and flare that even Nadal could learn a couple of things from Alessio, in fact Rafito can only wish he can play and serve like Alession when he is 33...

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Robredo would die for such artistic moonballing skills, such intensity and flare that even Nadal could learn a couple of things from Alessio, in fact Rafito can only wish he can play and serve like Alession when he is 33...
He has been on fire of late and he needs to go through the qualies and make MD of Roland Garros.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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Too good Alessio, too good
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He is priceless. Also against Bedene few weeks ago he was priceless, especially in first set (0-6). I don´t know how he won the second, it could be such kind of magic.
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He is priceless. Also against Bedene few weeks ago he was priceless, especially in first set (0-6). I don´t know how he won the second, it could be such kind of magic.
There were some hot bimbos that day in the crowd, he was distracted by the sexiness, he just tried to play mental games against the new slovenian hope, after so many matches at the CH circuit it is part of the strategy for a legend like Di Mauro

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