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Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

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Rome, QR1: Adrian Ungur def. Albert Montanes 7:6(2), 6:1

And Montanes´ fall continues...
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Re: Rome, QR1: Adrian Ungur def. Albert Montanes 7:6(2), 6:1

This really is a shame. Albert has completely collapsed in the past year and a half. It's a pity, he was so good in 2010.

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Re: Rome, QR1: Adrian Ungur def. Albert Montanes 7:6(2), 6:1

And the poor get poorer. Justice because albert had one fluke season, he deserves to be around the 100 mark

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But he lost 23 times against you.
's right. We have to also throw into the mix. But I do not think it is currently the decisive factor. But he has achieved in my opinion too much. Maybe this is crucial if I move him even closer after major victories. But 14 or 17 Grand Slam titles is a significant difference. At the present time there is no question that he must be the greater player than me.

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Re: Rome, QR1: Adrian Ungur def. Albert Montanes 7:6(2), 6:1

Watch Ungur get mugged out of his clothes tomorrow against whomever he plays. It's the natural flow of things for him.
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Watch Ungur get mugged out of his clothes tomorrow against whomever he plays. It's the natural flow of things for him.
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Re: Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

Montañes losing to Ungur , he really needs to retire.

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Re: Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

It should be more like 6/4 6/1 as Ungur served for the 1st set.

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Re: Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

Mental giant this Monty.

As people said, Ungur will lose in the next round.

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Re: Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

montanes mug and me retard having faith in him.
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Re: Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

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Mental giant this Monty.

As people said, Ungur will lose in the next round.
He's generally one of the better players mentally, despite a few big chokes. And he actually did very well to get 1st set to breaker, which is sad
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Re: Rome QR1: Ungur d. Montanes 7-6 6-1

Monty has been quite not bad on clay lately.
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