Tag Archives: Carlos Berlocq

Indian Wells: Habemus DelPuzzard (et Fedal)

On the day the Catholic Church announced their election of Pope Francis (an Argentinean),  DelPo beat Haas to set up a QF with Muzz (who defeated Berlocq) and Fedal overcame tricky opponents to set up a long-awaited reunion. DelPo defeated … Continue reading

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Davis Cup: Argentina Reach the QF & Drama Unfolds

Argentina Defeat Germany: The R1 ARG-GER tie was wracked with uncertainty from the start.  First,  DelPo made his big announcement that he would not play DC for all of 2013.  Doubles specialist Edu Schwank’s injury withdrawal added to the troubles, … Continue reading

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Olympics: Vamos, Team Argentina Have Landed in London.

Following a wait, during which the Armada (or rather, Ferru and Feli) took many awesome field-trip like photos of their experience at the London Olympics, Team Argentina have finally congregated: Pico and Nalby are happy munchkins in the cafeteria. DelPo … Continue reading

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Monte Carlo: Strange Things Afoot, But Then a Happy Ending

This is a very belated and somewhat brief overview of Monte Carlo.  Overall, the tourny had been unfortunate for quite a number of players this year— Charly Berlocq: The Monte Carlo tourny started badly for the Argies, with Carlos Berlocq … Continue reading

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Dubai & Acapulco: Tale of Two Climates

In Dubai, where conditions are cool and balmy… DelPo d. Dolgpolov, 6-4 7-6: I wasn’t able to watch this match, but I just now fast-forwarded through the recording of it.  I can’t say the match really lived up to expectations, … Continue reading

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