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In the doubles, Ruben lost with Decoud 4-6 2-6 Friday in the SF against Monroe/Stadler. All in all, it was an amazing week for him, at 34 years old and still continuing to win at this level is inspiring.

Next week in Pereira he plays his doubles partner in Mexico and friend Decoud in R1. He has great chances for at least a QF and hopefully he can manage this, as he is a couple wins away from essentially sealing a place in the French Open MD. GL to Ruben in Colombia, hopefully he rides this hot streak into Pereira!
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Ruben is into the QF of Pereira, having defeated Decoud and Beretta in comfortable straight set wins. With these wins Ruben's ranking is up to #104, so he should without any doubt make the French Open direct entry!

Ruben plays Farah in the QF of Pereira. Will be a tough match playing a Colombian in their home-country event but hopefully Ruben can extend his 7 match winning streak to 8!
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Who would have thought when he was losing challenger R1s this time last year that Ruben would have a career resurgence once again? He's a fighter and has earned everything he's done in tennis throughout the years
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Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo is an intruiging player. A complete nobody who near the age of 30 worked himself up to be a competitive claycourter (2006-2007), beating Ferrer at RG, leading Federer 5-1 in the final set in Masters Series tournament.

His playing style is also of interest, he is the most technically pure moonballer on the tour
miles ahead of Nadal in esthetic terms, complete with a never-failing trademark grunt. A legend.
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i sit on central court in the front row, turn my head back over whole stand and the vip lounge above and see RRHs moonballs from court #2
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The Tunis final and trophy:




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Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo is an intruiging player. A complete nobody who near the age of 30 worked himself up to be a competitive claycourter (2006-2007), beating Ferrer at RG, leading Federer 5-1 in the final set in Masters Series tournament.

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*Bump* He had to retire in the first round of his Tunis defence due to 'general exhaustion'.

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Where is he ? Injury or ?

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