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Rublev, after beating Carreno Busta, fails against the 25 year-old Italian ranked #206.
Fabbiano passes qualies in Rome for the second time in his career. The first time was in 2008, when aged 18...
 

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fabbiano is having a good season after years of mediocrity

he was top 3 junior iirc
 

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Yes he was a good junior.
 

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Yeah he was a great junior... used to school Milos a lot iirc.

Italians really showing well in Rome this year - always good when the local lads step up their game
 

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fabbiano is having a good season after years of mediocrity

he was top 3 junior iirc
Fabbiano and Trevisan were Italian top juniors and they were both a disappointment. At least, Fabbiano is still trying hard.

Btw, Fabbiano needed 10 match points to close the match. According to reports, Rublev smashed racquet multiple times and was complaining about the court and was therefore booed by the crowd...
 

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Fabbiano and Trevisan were Italian top juniors and they were both a disappointment. At least, Fabbiano is still trying hard.

Btw, Fabbiano needed 10 match points to close the match. According to reports, Rublev smashed racquet multiple times and was complaining about the court and was therefore booed by the crowd...
Yeah, that sounds like Rublev.

You can't expect consistency in results from a 17 year on the ATP level, except if it's Rafa on clay.
Hope he keeps playing on this level, even though attending a few CH tourneys could do wonders for his ranking, just like Chung's.
 

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