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Routine win. Mannarino does not have much in common with this surface, made tons of errors.

Marius to face PHM in 2nd round, tough but not impossible.
 

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ahah this is from the Gonzales' match, he's not gonna get many of these PMs today.
 

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To be honest, Mannarino have nothing in common with any surface besides grass
 

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adiran is just better on faster courts. He'll start to get results on grass and the US hard courts . still though he has to figure out a way to get some wins in the first half of the year
 

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sorry for manna, but glad to see copil getting a win at home, and earning somehow madrid´s wc. well done!
 

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mannarino is the worst player who already went through the top 50 :wavey::wavey::wavey: is so mug :eek:
agree. Losing twice to Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo on hard courts is hilarious.

He can lose to anyone from top300.

(Pozoblanco CH 2010 - hard) Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo def. Adrian Mannarino 6-4 6-3

(ATP Miami 2011) Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo def. Adrian Mannarino 7-6(3) 6-7(3) 6-2
 

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Mannarino did beat Davydenko though at Miami. A sure sign that Davy is close to hanging it up. He has beaten Querry too at the U.S. Open. At first glance, he looks terrible. Bad volleyer, weak serve. But he does absorb pace well and redirect well on the backhand side. He can take the ball very early. I guess this works best on indoor hard and grass. I was surprised when he beat Dustin Brown at Wimbledon after Brown beat Hewitt.
 

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Mannarino did beat Davydenko though at Miami. A sure sign that Davy is close to hanging it up. He has beaten Querry too at the U.S. Open. At first glance, he looks terrible. Bad volleyer, weak serve. But he does absorb pace well and redirect well on the backhand side. He can take the ball very early. I guess this works best on indoor hard and grass. I was surprised when he beat Dustin Brown at Wimbledon after Brown beat Hewitt.
that's exactly right. Adrian's game works better on fast surfaces and he struggles and slow courts which is why through the first half of the year he does very little
 

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agree. Losing twice to Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo on hard courts is hilarious.

He can lose to anyone from top300.

(Pozoblanco CH 2010 - hard) Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo def. Adrian Mannarino 6-4 6-3

(ATP Miami 2011) Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo def. Adrian Mannarino 7-6(3) 6-7(3) 6-2
Top 500, frankly. Adrian is a complete head case, but when he is on, he is a delight to watch.
 

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Mannarino is such a mug lately but a solid victory for Copil nontheless :yeah: Try your best against PHM

Copil winning his last 20 matches against lefties definitely worth mentioning here :):worship:
Really? Didn't know that. Impressive :)
 

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no surprise, Copil breaks a losing streak though at home
 
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