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Re: Berlocq Aires R2: Charly "Fedal" Berlocq def Simon 6-2 6-1

Can't blame him, them latinas are well worth the trip.
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Re: Berlocq Aires R2: Charly "Fedal" Berlocq def Simon 6-2 6-1

Great great performance by Charlie. By far the best one of his career. Simon is not playing well but I rather give credit to Charly and admit this is the best performance I'd seen on him in his whole career.

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Good for the local supporters. Berlocq proved that final in VdM wasn't achieved by a pure luck.

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Is Berlocq the next Djokovic?

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Is Berlocq the next Djokovic?
At least could be the 2nd best ranked player in Ukraine and play DC for your land.

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At least could be the 2nd best ranked player in Ukraine and play DC for your land.
Very true. Ukraine should pull a Kazakhstan and buy Berlocq.

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Very true. Ukraine should pull a Kazakhstan and buy Berlocq.
Or better. Develop the skills of local ones. Stakhovsky is still a better project than Berlocq and for some reason I cannot understand vanished in the rankings with 4 ATP titles.

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Wondering if you are European or not but dont be ignorant. Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Rumania and not sure of Moldavia aswell are European latin countries.

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Wondering if you are European or not but dont be ignorant. Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Rumania and not sure of Moldavia aswell are European latin countries.
Definitely Latin speaking countries.

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Re: Berlocq Aires R2: Charly "Fedal" Berlocq def Simon 6-2 6-1

Honestly when did Berlocq get so freaking good? Serving breadsticks and bagels all over the place. He's 29 so. Wonder what happened. Must have gone gluten free
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Re: Berlocq Aires R2: Charly "Fedal" Berlocq def Simon 6-2 6-1

Ok Simon, have fun touring south America, but try not to get bounced out in round 2. All though he wasn't doing much better on hardcourts recently. Maybe he's lost his passion? Maybe he and Chardy are looking for a place to elope?

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Good for the game.

Berlocq has been really incredible since the 2nd half of last year.
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