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Yes, I have re-un-retired.

Can't wait to talk to Arevalo and study his play, even if only in a doubles.
 

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Arevalo played college tennis at Tulsa. In the Singles championships tournament 1st round he was defaulted vs Michael Shabaz down 0-2 in the 1st set after cursing too much in Spanish.
 

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Good luck JG. We need at least one BIG star that rises from the MTF. You are the closest to being one. And if you lose 6-0 6-0 again you are a MUGGY GROOVE. :lol:
 

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Finally, Finally, a more worthy opponent for Groove! :worship:
One has to think Johnny has been tanking to set up someone for a fall. :cool:

Will it be this #370 guy or does Groove have bigger fish to fry?

This study into the hustling skills of Johnny Groove really deserves a thread of it's own, but for now...

The Hustler


Groove's hero - maybe an all time great


Hustler in the making - Djokovic was first big score - laying low enjoying life since


Bernie routines Nole - 6-4, 6-4



One for the money, two for the show...



This life can be a dangerous profession...it's not for everyone



Respectfully,
masterclass
 

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He was involved in some epic matches in a Mexican challenger 6 weeks or so ago. He came back from the dead vs Langer (shameful collapse) and in next round he pushed Menendez in one of the more ridiculous matches I've ever seen. Was clear he was injured from the start but the crowd rallied behind him and Mendendez totally lost his head. In the end it took Arevalo falling to the court with cramp for Menendez to get the victory.

San Luis Potosi, Mexico; 14.04.2014; CH; Outdoor: Clay; Draw: 32
Round Opponent Ranking Score
R32 Dean O'Brien (RSA) 521 W 6-1, 7-6(4) Stats
R16 Lucas Gomez (MEX) 1,336 W 7-5, 6-3 Stats
Q Nils Langer (GER) 408 W 5-7, 7-5, 7-5 Stats
S Adrian Menendez-Maceiras (ESP) 199 L 1-6, 7-6(7), 3-4 RET Stats
This Event Points: 29, ATP Ranking: 418, Prize Money: $2,010
 

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Admittedly I´m a newbie here, but I wish you the best for your career
 

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I'ts kinda good though that you might get double bagelled by the guy who loses to the guy ho loses to the guy who gets double bagelled by this guy
 
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