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01 February 2013

Berlocq: A dream come true


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  • Maximiliano Boso

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA: Carlos Berlocq was understandably happy with what he described as a "dream come true" and the most important victory of his career as he helped Argentina on their way to a 2-0 lead at the end of the first day of their Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group first round tie against Germany.

Philipp Kohlschreiber also speaks about his dissapointment at being forced to retire late in the match when he felt his hamstring go while running for a ball. While he did not rule out playing again in the tie with the extent of the damage unknown it leaves Germany in a lot of trouble as they seek to salvage something from the weekend.

Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER) - 01/02/2013

Carlos Berlocq (ARG) - 01/02/2013

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  • WORLD GROUP FIRST ROUND

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    5 : 0
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    Parque Roca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    Shorter and easier: just call him Max. He was a sports writer for La Nacion newspaper for 16 years before starting doing research for ESPN, consulting for the Argentine Tennis Association and writing for international publications. Max has travelled the American continent to cover football, until tennis – a life-time passion – had him wandering though the pathways of Grand Slams and Davis Cup ties. Most exciting thing? Packing for the next trip.

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