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Re: Week 47: Buenos Aires-2, Argentina [Entry List]

I wonder when does Berlocq plan to start his preparations for next season, because his body is probably screaming for some rest, although it doesn't seem like it is. :) Especially considering his gamestyle...
 

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Re: Week 47: Buenos Aires-2, Argentina [Entry List]

quite a few new names here, at least to me, don't think I've ever come across Molteni or Ribeiro Neto
 

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berlocq is an animal he gets at least 3 wins per tournament and he's done that week in week out for months now whats the magic potion.
 

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Re: Week 47: Buenos Aires-2, Argentina [Entry List]

DOUBLES QFs

[1] C.BERLOCQ (ARG) & B.DABUL (ARG) vs O.BURRIEZA (ESP) & J.MARTI (ESP) 6-2 7-6(2)
J.AGUILAR (CHI) & P.GALDON (ARG) vs [3] N.CIRIC (SRB) & G.TOSIC (MNE) 7-6(2) 7-5
[4] R.GUIDOLIN (BRA) & J.SILVA (BRA) vs A.FABBRI (ARG) & R.GRILLI (BRA) 5-7 6-3 10-8
A.MOLTENI (ARG) & G.PELLA (ARG) vs M.ALUND (ARG) & G.DURAN (ARG) 6-4 6-3
 

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Re: Week 47: Buenos Aires-2, Argentina [Entry List]

this brzezicki is one of the worst players mentally i have ever seen he's 7-5 *4-0 cruising against a guy ranked 347 and he cant even take advantage of the situation now its *4-2 30-30 lets see if he can hold
I agree with you. He has always been mentally quite weak and too unstable.
 

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Disaster season for Chucho, but we all know he'll be back in the top 100 if he's healthy and feeling fit next season. We saw this year when he first returned from his issues in the spring when he started doing great in challengers immediately that he's still a level above, but he needs to get his body and match fitness back. GL to him next season.
Agree with you. It took him quite a long time to recover of the first injury where he found him playing well again winning the Challenger of Tunis. Then he got injured again in Roland Garros quallies and he returned in Cali but he is really far away of a decent level. Will see what happens in 2011.
 

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Poor semifinals line up. It`s a shame that players like Vasallo, Machi Gonzalez, Schwank and Mayer withdrew of the tournament. They need the points as there rankings are not so great. It would had been a great chance for them to earn some easy points and finish the year with a better ranking.

The MD of the tournament is really poor considering all the players that withdrew of the tournament in the last days before it started. Fortunately I didn`t buy a ticket in advance . It would had been a good chance for the newcoming Argentine players as Trungelliti, Pella, Bagnis, Arguello, Velotti and Schwartzman to earn some points but none of them had been able to reach 1/4.

This is a great week till now for Molteni, the best week of his career by far. He improved a lot his tennis on the last 2 years and he has the level now to play some challengers. He will be in the top 270 and if he is able to beat Brzezicki is going to be rank in the top 250 which can help him to play some Challenger tournaments next year. Today SF match is going to be really important for him.

Hands down for Berlocq as his performance this year has been really good for him on the Challenger tour till now:
Won: Reggio Emilia, San Benedetto and Todi
Runner up: Alessandria and Cancun
SF: Turin, Rijeka, Buenos Aires 1, Asuncion, Medellin and Guayaquil
QF: Blumenau, Rome3, Milan, San Marino and Montevideo

He reached QF in ATP Costa do Sauipe coming from the quallies and he is already in the SF in Buenos Aires. In doubles he won the ATP of Stuttgart and the Challengers of Turin, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. He is really close to the top 65 so he will be able to play most of ATP tournaments in the first semester of next year. Well done for him.
 

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Re: Week 47: Buenos Aires-2, Argentina [Entry List]

SF. Brzezicki bt Molteni 6-2/6-4. Bzezicki attacked the whole match knowing that he was superior than Andres. He struggled at 4-2 in the 2nd set but managed to close the match 6-4. The match was closer than the score reflects.
 

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He is so tired the man needs some rest he's had a great season brave effort from him in this match
 

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poor guy berlocq his body isnt doing what his brain is telling it anymore the guy tries so hard and you have to admire him for that.

Junq 7-6,*5-1
 

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Charly made loads of unforced mistakes. He tried to play shorter points playing more winners than those traditional long rallies. A negative point could be that Junqueira and Charly share the same coach and they usually practice all the time they know each other really well. So as Charly was tired he was unable to display his traditional tactic and was forced to play shorter points which helped Junqueira in the end.

It was a good year for Charly overall.
 
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