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Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

Well done Nico!

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Such an important win for Nico - he needed this so much for his confidence.

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Re: Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

Nico played great, esp. when He broke at 4-5*

His BH was solid, He even got winners with it.
Serve great and strong forehand!

Monaco got frustrated at times and Nico was more patient.

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Re: Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

Me again...

Nico played a good match today, his forehand return, even some BH winners and good net approaches Pico didn't play bad, but he lose in the important points.

Good luck in the next round... Galvani is not much trouble (in theory)

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Nico ¡¡¡¡¡¡

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Monaco got frustrated at times and Nico was more patient.
so good to hear that...
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Re: Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

It seems to be hard for a player who wins one of these South American events to carry over the form to the next week; last year Massu won in Brazil after reaching the final in his home town, but I suppose the two-way split that Gaudio and Nadal achieved in 2005 won't be seen again for a while.

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Goood Job Massu!

VAMOS FERNANDO GONZALEZ!!!
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Re: Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

fantastic and solid match by nicooooooooooooooo



ps: WHY YOU DIDNT PLAY LIKE THAT IN DC?????

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It seems to be hard for a player who wins one of these South American events to carry over the form to the next week; last year Massu won in Brazil after reaching the final in his home town, but I suppose the two-way split that Gaudio and Nadal achieved in 2005 won't be seen again for a while.
Moreover, Nadal and Gaudio proceeded to get some additional clay titles in 2005 while last year we didn't see much of a followup from the South American title winners.

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Nico!!! Great to see him win!!! Keep it up Vampiro!!!

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Great win Nico, vamos!!!

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Re: Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

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It seems to be hard for a player who wins one of these South American events to carry over the form to the next week; last year Massu won in Brazil after reaching the final in his home town, but I suppose the two-way split that Gaudio and Nadal achieved in 2005 won't be seen again for a while.
Moreover, Nadal and Gaudio proceeded to get some additional clay titles in 2005 while last year we didn't see much of a followup from the South American title winners.
I think it's worse than that... looking at the Latinoamerican tour's champions, I don't like the tendency....

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Re: Acapulco: Nico Massu def. Juan "Bs.As. Winner" Monaco 7-6, 7-5

the wind afect monaco's game...massu was more patient and monaco tried to play normal but the wind afect his game...very good for massu to play with the wind
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