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02-18-2013 06:42 PM
RonaldGomez
Re: Main Draw

RRH in MD ? I thought he was injured in Sao Paulo...am I missing smthg ?
02-17-2013 11:05 AM
fran70
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 15, 2013)

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Originally Posted by Franco GF View Post
Schwartzmann won already a ATP qualy last week in Chile and did win a Challenger in Bs As last year. He and Velotti are better ranked than Arguello, it´s logical. Andreozzi is injured.

rgds
Hola!
Thanks for the information regarding Andreozzi as I didn't know he was injured. I know what you mean about Schwartzman's victory in Buenos Aires CH and his performance in ATP of Vina del Mar Q too.
Although I believe he have no talents at all. He has a big fighting spirit but with his height and resources I don't think he has any potential in the pro tour. Inspite of that CH victory I think the guy has zero potential (of course I can be provedto be wrong). On the other hand Arguello has all the tecnical resources to be a potential top 50 player as soon as he can be emotionally quite more stable.
Velotti seemed to make the jump some years ago and has a lot of resources to be a quite good clay court player (could be on hard courts too) but he remains stucked on where I found him two years ago. Zero progresses on tactical and physical issues which should be the strenght of the kind of game he propose. Grab him a look at ATP Buenos Aires and you find that.
02-16-2013 10:03 AM
Franco GF
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 15, 2013)

Schwartzmann won already a ATP qualy last week in Chile and did win a Challenger in Bs As last year. He and Velotti are better ranked than Arguello, it´s logical. Andreozzi is injured.

rgds
02-16-2013 08:57 AM
fran70
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 15, 2013)

Such a wasted WC for Velotti. He is playing horribly lately and he would had not won a match even on the Q draw.
The same concerns to Schwartzman. He doesn't have any talent at all. This is strange to find that Andreozzi or Arguello didn't receive it who look like better projects than Schwartzman or Velotti. Even Andreozzi is not in the qualy draw.
On the other hand that would had been a clever political desicion to give a WC in the qualy draw to Garin instead of Galarza.

Anything is mentioned about Alund but I reckon he might be receiving a SE for the MD as he is in the SF of Sao Paulo.

The qualy draw is really good. Cut off at 348!. I will be attending today 1R matches and I will be watching Reister vs Pashanski, Gabashvili-Gil, Starace-Londero(I'm particularly interested in Londero and Diez-Lajovic. Although I will be keeping an eye on Dustin Brown, Campozano, Clezar and Veic's matches too.
02-15-2013 11:44 PM
NyGeL
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 15, 2013)

3rd WC goes to Agustin Velotti.
02-15-2013 11:28 PM
NyGeL
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 14, 2013)

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Originally Posted by ReyDavid08 View Post
WCs confirmed !!! Robredo, Del Bonis y Schwartzman
Robredo is IN directly, so there is one WC free.
02-15-2013 06:45 PM
ReyDavid08
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 14, 2013)

WCs confirmed !!! Robredo, Del Bonis y Schwartzman
02-15-2013 01:46 PM
Ramsay
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 14, 2013)

Sousa in the MD. Yeah!
02-15-2013 11:13 AM
VamosHoracio
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 14, 2013)

Vamos Horacio, Pella, Berlocq
Robredo is just 1 out, if he gets entre directo, Alund, Delbonis and Schwartzman can get wc.
02-14-2013 10:57 PM
GasquetGulbis
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 12, 2013)

I hope Christian Garin gets a WC. I know he's not an Argentine, but his performance in Chile last week surely warrants one.
02-14-2013 10:40 PM
duong
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List (T/K)

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Originally Posted by FiBeR View Post
Monaco decided to rest that week. No big news, he announced it during december
yes I understand but now having lost twice in the first round, he probably needs more game than rest

will he ask for a wild-card ?

Rufin is out, Joao Sousa is in
02-13-2013 09:56 PM
fran70
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated February 12, 2013)

First WC goes for Robredo.
02-10-2013 03:14 AM
Rafael Reis
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated January 28, 2013)

I hope Bellucci makes a good tournament here.
02-04-2013 01:51 PM
aleunforcederror
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated January 28, 2013)

Weak entrylist comparing with other years.

All my support here to Wawrinka, Bellucci and Fognini =)
02-03-2013 08:52 AM
ciprianned
Re: Buenos Aires Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated January 28, 2013)

GL Ungur , if he choose to play here !
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