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Old 03-11-2012, 07:32 PM   #50
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Miami is not a good doubles team. Their players are not groundstrokers

singlesMiami only won at #2)

1: 88 Yannick Maden def Gabriel Flores 6-1 6-3
Perfect matchup for Maden. Flores didn't do anything excpet groove his forehand. Maden controleld the rallies and could set them up perfectly. Maden was up 6-1 5-0 and then Flores sensing defeat starting to go for it more and found a backhand down the line. That got him 3 games, but Maden eventually finished it.

2: Omar Aly def Gerardo Meza 6-3 7-6(7)
Aly played very well. Kept Meza off balance and closed the net and the proper times. Good mover and athletic. Meza could not control the points.

3: Ayrton Wibowo def Wilfredo Gonzalez 6-2 4-6 (10-6)
Wibowo was in control most of the match but Gonzalez dug in and fought to get it to a supertiebreaker. Gonzalez had a goofy forehand it had like 3 hitches in it, not a fluid player. He was awkward around the court. But he fought, in thend Wibowo was too solid at net.

4: Dom Maden def Henrique Tsukamoto 6-1 6-1
Great match from Maden. Tsukamoto was actually a good ball striker who got low on the ball. However Maden was far too strong today.

5: Hunter Harrington def Diego Soto 6-3 6-4
Good solid match from Harrington. This was the clinching match.

6: Zac Rigsby def Victor Mauz 4-6 6-1 6-4
Mauz was a pusher through and through. Rigsby had 7 match points before finally converting.
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