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I need 1998 Estoril, Berasategui def. Moya, 6-1 6-1 match

I need 1998 Estoril, Berasategui def. Moya, 6-1 6-1 match. Does anyone have it? Thanks.

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Re: I need 1998 Estoril, Berasategui def. Moya, 6-1 6-1 match

May I ask why?

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Re: I need 1998 Estoril, Berasategui def. Moya, 6-1 6-1 match

As this has been talked before in other forums (maybe this forum as well) it was probably Berasategui's best performance ever. In 1998 Moya finished #5 in the world... it's not like he wasn't good. Plus, I have some other matches with Bearastegui and love his game.

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Re: I need 1998 Estoril, Berasategui def. Moya, 6-1 6-1 match

Do you have his RG final? Anyway his hawaiian grip is really interesting to watch.

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Re: I need 1998 Estoril, Berasategui def. Moya, 6-1 6-1 match

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Do you have his RG final? Anyway his hawaiian grip is really interesting to watch.
Zdrasti. Imam tozi match no e na polvina i maiche ne e na DVD ami na VHS.

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