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post #12 of (permalink) Old 08-24-2009, 12:25 AM
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Re: Federico Del Bonis

IMO, he is the Argentinian player with more future...

Below his last results:

Last week he Qualified to San Sebastian:
First Round #339 (1)Federico del Bonis (ARG) bye
Second Round #339 (1)Federico del Bonis (ARG) d. #674 Pedro Sousa (POR) 6-1 6-3
Qualifying Round #339 (1)Federico del Bonis (ARG) d. #607 (8)Thomas Cazes-Carrere (FRA) 6-3 6-2

but then lost to:
#327 Gabriel Trujillo (ESP) d. #339 (q)Federico del Bonis (ARG) 6-4 7-5

This week in Manerbio, Italy he qualified again!!!

First Round [3] Federico Del Bonis (ARG) a Tim Goransson (SWE) 6-2/6-2
Second Round [3] Federico Del Bonis (ARG) a Manuel Jorquera (ITA) 6-4/7-6
Qualifying Round [3] Federico Del Bonis (ARG) a [8] Marc Sierber (ALE) 6-2/6-2

I expect he can win 1 or 2 more matches and earn some useful points, so he can avoid doing qualies in the next tournament, he is almost very near the cuts...

If you see this this year he had played lots of qualies and won most of them...

Manerbio ch 75H- qualified and still playing...
San Sebastian 35H - qualifed, lost 1st round
Segovia 125H - lost in qualifying round.
Gstaad ATP 250 - qualified, lost 1st round.
Recanti 35H - lost in qualifying round but entered as LL and lost in 2nd Round.
Cordoba 100H - lost in qualifying round.
Braunschweig 125H - qualified, lost 1st round.
Milan 35H - qualified, lost SemiFinal.
Napoli 100H - qualified, lost Quarter Final.

If he were from a country that has more challengers tournaments he would had been already playing as direct aceptance and would have had 3 or more WC to the entry draw but seems that finaly he break it through and would start avoiding qualies soon...
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