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    Sentences forJuan Mónaco

    • Roddick defeated Federer for only the third time in his career to reach the fourth round, but then lost to Juan Mónaco from Argentina.Andy Roddick-Wikipedia
    • In the Davis Cup final in December, he helped Spain win the title with victories over Juan Mónaco and Juan Martín del Potro.Rafael Nadal-Wikipedia
    • Monfils had a good run in Poertschach as a warm-up for the French Open, but lost in the final against Juan Mónaco of Argentina in straight sets.Gaël Monfils-Wikipedia
    • On European clay, first in the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, he was defeated by his Buenos Aires finals opponent Juan Mónaco, 2–6, 4–6, in the second round.Tommy Robredo-Wikipedia
    • At the 2008 Olympics, he reached the second round of the men's singles, beating Juan Mónaco before losing to Fernando González.Marin Čilić-Wikipedia
    • This was Melzer's first victory against Nadal and the first time he had beaten a reigning no. 1. He then lost to Argentina's Juan Mónaco in the quarterfinals.Jürgen Melzer-Wikipedia

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