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Old 03-13-2004, 11:21 AM   #9
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Default Re: Yves Allegro

I think his doubles ranking is reasonable now, he can get into most tournaments even though he has only won 1 title.

That being the case this is a direct quote " I gonna try to play some singles qualies to try to get back to a better ranking...but my priority is doubles..."

He can get in the doubles, so the events he enters, he'll try and qualify for my singles events he got in Scottsdale.

He is much better on the faster surfaces, but he needs to improve his concentration and sometimes his returns aren't great, though he made the one on the match point in the Davis Cup.
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