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Its showing he won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7-6 (4), 6-0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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Shhhhh...no talking about next round...you'll jinx him...its not over until the fat lady sings...
Now it's over

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HE WOOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 6-0!!!!!!

Nico thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm so happy! at least an easy win after the first set

To the next round Nico!!!!

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Kid!

I'm going to have to go to the mall tonight and get all green clothes!

I've heard of DiMauro but know nothing about him.

I'll have to check him out on www.atptennis.com.
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Re: Taking control of clay again in Morocco

YEAY NICO!!!!! and how polite of him to make sure it wasn't close like the first set (and to finish before I have to pick up kid #2 from preschool )

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GF, I'm so sad about Horacio.

But it was time for a change, and Fernando knows best.

But I'm going to miss Horacio.
Me too but I think it was the best decision. As you said, it was time for a change and Fernando knows what's best for him.

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Well...I guess Nico figured out how to play the leftie in the second set.
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So Nico plays DiMauro in the second round?

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Me too but I think it was the best decision. As you said, it was time for a change and Fernando knows what's best for him.
It would be nice if Gaby coached both Nico and Fernando. Gaby's a sweetie. But I don't think they would do something like that.
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Well...I guess Nico figured out how to play the leftie in the second set.
It would look that way Nicofan! I admit I was a little worried after such a close first set but Nico really turned that around!

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It would be nice if Gaby coached both Nico and Fernando. Gaby's a sweetie. But I don't think they would do something like that.
I don't think so either.

I watched an interview with Gonzo's dad today and he said that they are looking for a non-chilean coach and an ex coach of a top ten player but also Gonzo said that almost all the good ones aren't available right now.

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Yes Nico plays Di Mauro in the next round GF .... and I'm sorry and so sad about Horacio

NicoFan! You've to buy some green clothes for me too!!!

Nico was kind with all of us making it so easy and just in time right Sparko???

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Hey headsup everyone...great picture of hot Feli on the home page of atptennis.com.
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Nico plays against DiMauro, right?

I saw him playing against Gaston last week in Monte-Carlo (I only saw a few minutes of the match) but Gaston was on fire so he didn't let DiMauro play too much ...

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I don't think so either.

I watched an interview with Gonzo's dad today and he said that they are looking for a non-chilean coach and an ex coach of a top ten player but also Gonzo said that almost all the good ones aren't available right now.
Hmmm...why not Dean Goldfine? I didn't like Dean for Andy, but I would love him for Fernando. He's calm, and analyzes everything.
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