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    JazzNU

    Re: WTA Int'l ATP M500 Acapulco 2/24-2/29 2020

    Marketability. Juan Carlos is about as good of a memorable two-name as you're going to get and it flows really well. Also, an incredibly common pairing

    JazzNU Yesterday, 11:48 PM Go to last post
    suliso

    Re: WTA Int'l ATP M500 Acapulco 2/24-2/29 2020

    Why do they have to bend on that? Juan Carlos Ferrero worked just fine.

    suliso Yesterday, 10:45 PM Go to last post
    JazzNU

    Re: WTA Int'l ATP M500 Acapulco 2/24-2/29 2020

    I'm so happy for her. I watched her match last year at Monterrey Open along with another Mexican qualifier, where they were given WCs and both were SO

    JazzNU Yesterday, 10:45 PM Go to last post
    JazzNU

    Re: WTA Int'l ATP M500 Acapulco 2/24-2/29 2020

    I wonder when Fernandez said that. Sofia Kenin obviously strongly prefers Sonya, but had to bend on that about a year ago and be willing to go by Sofia

    JazzNU Yesterday, 10:33 PM Go to last post
    Martini4me

    Re: WTA Int'l ATP M500 Acapulco 2/24-2/29 2020

    I was confused by your logic in this post, until I realized that there actually IS a Davis Cup weekend next week. I keep forgetting that the tennis calendar

    Martini4me Yesterday, 10:23 PM Go to last post
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    ponchi101

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