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ryan saving tennis^^
Cipolla is one of the players who have the best variety to show on tennis. What he lacks in terms of power is completed by his fighting spirit and his fantastic slice.
Insted of posting such things, you should watch out for things. Yeah, Ryan will have for sure a better career, but I still prefer someone who breaks his ass working hard like Onion to him

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Hopefully he can defend his points here
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He can't but he can and must beat that mug in round 2

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Good to see Harrison winning matches he should be winning, and not playing down to his opponent's level in the process (that's an assumption based on the scoreline, I didn't see the match, but it seems pretty safe to say).
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my man. watch out for this guy.

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The only thing that's impressive about Harrison is his second serve - otherwise he's another counterpunching mug who will not break top 10.
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The only thing that's impressive about Harrison is his second serve - otherwise he's another counterpunching mug who will not break top 10.
meh, I think hell be good mentally. a fighter.

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meh, I think hell be good mentally. a fighter.
I hope so, too.
Though I've always seen him as the type of player that would go through painful ups and downs in his career, learning how to fight from the sheer drop of chances available. I'd like to see him mature as a player in easier ways, but he seems like the stubborn type and those usually need to go through something tough in their lives/careers before they learn not to take their chances for granted.
He's grown but still has the remnants of that bratty attitude that keeps good players in the juniors mentality, hopefully he fixes that sooner rather than later. /essay

That being said, hope he kicks ass in the US hard court swing this year.
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