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motorhead 01-18-2013 08:15 PM

ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Fantastic display of tennis from Ginepri who's on the road for the top 50 again.

nole_no1 01-18-2013 08:18 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
How do you know it was a fantastic display of tennis?

motorhead 01-18-2013 08:29 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by nole_no1 (Post 12845194)
How do you know it was a fantastic display of tennis?

FiloV taught me how to 'read' the scoreboard.
It took me 5 months to assimilate his techniques and I'm now able to tell you whether a player has been good or not without actually watching the match.

The Prince 01-18-2013 08:30 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
:lol:

Vinceremo 01-18-2013 08:37 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by motorhead (Post 12845362)
FiloV taught me how to 'read' the scoreboard.
It took me 5 months to assimilate his techniques and I'm now able to tell you whether a player has been good or not without actually watching the match.

:p Lol. He is missed though.

On topic: Poor Ginepri got bageled by Daniel Dutra da Silva (maybe brother of Rogerio?) in the previous round which is pretty awful if you've ever seen him play. Point of no return for Robby imo.

CooCooCachoo 01-18-2013 08:39 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Pedro :smash:

Mark Lenders 01-18-2013 08:41 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by motorhead (Post 12845146)
Fantastic display of tennis from Ginepri who's on the road for the top 50 again.

You're overrating him imo. His movement to the forehand side left a lot to be desired and better players will be able to pounce on those short and loopy approach shots. Besides, he looked a bit tired towards the end, which raises serious questions about his stamina. I'd not expect top 50 if I were you :shrug:

motorhead 01-18-2013 08:44 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Vinceremo (Post 12845498)
:p Lol. He is missed though.

On topic: Poor Ginepri got bageled by Daniel Dutra da Silva (maybe brother of Rogerio?) in the previous round which is pretty awful if you've ever seen him play. Point of no return for Robby imo.

Yes according to wiki they are brothers.
This Daniel won 3 futures in late 2012 after 2 years without any futures title.
Robby hasn't played since US open so his form is very unpredictable.

motorhead 01-18-2013 08:46 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mark Lenders (Post 12845562)
You're overrating him imo. His movement to the forehand side left a lot to be desired and better players will be able to pounce on those short and loopy approach shots. Besides, he looked a bit tired towards the end, which raises serious questions about his stamina. I'd not expect top 50 if I were you :shrug:

He certainly has a lot of work to do if he wants to get seeded at US open.

Mae 01-18-2013 08:52 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Robby's best tennis days are well behind him now :sad: At one time he was actually ranked #15 in the world, but that was years ago!

motorhead 01-18-2013 08:57 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
his deep run at 2005 us open was something to remember.
besides he played an even match against peak nadal the same year.

SapELee 01-18-2013 10:07 PM

Re: ITF Sunrise QF [6]R.Ginepri d. [1]P.Sousa 7-6 6-2
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by motorhead (Post 12845362)
FiloV taught me how to 'read' the scoreboard.
It took me 5 months to assimilate his techniques and I'm now able to tell you whether a player has been good or not without actually watching the match.

:lol:


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