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I agree with theKSHE, but just one thing: Does it really make difference his age? There is a lot of teenagers that are smarter e know more about tennis than a lot of adults. BMW Fun should improve his english, that is for sure... but if he is 10, 20 or 80, I really do not see any difference. By the way... I cannot wait to watch this tournament.


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So what? I'm 17 aswell but I do have enough maturity to state something and support it with valid points. He doesn't.

That said, hope Elias does well in here to start another great season. Injury free at least.
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Yeah, maturity is what really matters, but some people are mature with 15, and some are not with 50.

Elias is a really good player, young, and I have faith that he can play really well this new year.


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I agree with theKSHE, but just one thing: Does it really make difference his age? There is a lot of teenagers that are smarter e know more about tennis than a lot of adults. BMW Fun should improve his english, that is for sure... but if he is 10, 20 or 80, I really do not see any difference. By the way... I cannot wait to watch this tournament.
i have 32 year , im not good with englesh , but you understand what i writing , i know it's not good i hope i will write better in future sorry

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Guess that's it Bruno. Whatever, why am I bothered?
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Jaime Oncins is doing a really good job with Gastao Elias.

I hope that this portuguese player get the Top 100 to Portugal have 3 Players in Top 100.

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Jaime Oncins is doing a really good job with Gastao Elias.

I hope that this portuguese player get the Top 100 to Portugal have 3 Players in Top 100.
Yes, that's a fact. Actually, Oncins was the best thing in Elias' career. Massive improvement since he started working with Jaime.

That would be awesome, actually. But even though Machado has his place secured by now, Gil doesn't and only God knows how inconsistent he can be.
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Good luck Horacio Zeballos, Federico Del Bonis, Juan Pablo Brzezicki, Marco Trungelitti, Nicolas Pastor and Agustin Vellotti

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Yes, that's a fact. Actually, Oncins was the best thing in Elias' career. Massive improvement since he started working with Jaime.

That would be awesome, actually. But even though Machado has his place secured by now, Gil doesn't and only God knows how inconsistent he can be.
Gil is being very consisten lately... Losing in the 1st or 2nd round of every tournament he enters.
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Gil is being very consisten lately... Losing in the 1st or 2nd round of every tournament he enters.
Yeah, I know. Whatever, let's see how he does in 2012.
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Last year this tournament was a 125K CH. Now this year with only 35K the list is worst than last year and we will not have Mello winning this tournament like in 2010, 2009 and another years.
Yes, a shame because this tournament used to serve as a good warm up for the Australian Open for the South American players ranked in the 70-130 range. Now guys like Mello are forced to travel across the globe to collect points and prize money - and a first round exit, most likely - in the first week of January (see him on the alternate lists for Dubai and Brisbane).

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Fede Take the title

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Garza, Klec out, Diez in.
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