Synonyms for claudio_grassi or Related words with claudio_grassi

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Examples of "claudio_grassi"
Riccardo Ghedin and Claudio Grassi are the holders, but chose not to compete.
Riccardo Ghedin and Claudio Grassi were the defending champions, but not to compete.
Karol Beck and Andrej Martin won the final 6–3, 3–6, [10–8] against Claudio Grassi and Amir Weintraub.
Facundo Argüello and Agustín Velotti won the final against Claudio Grassi and Luca Vanni 7–6, 7–6.
Italians Claudio Grassi and Riccardo Ghedin won the title over Germans Gero Kretschmer and Alexander Satschko 6–4, 6–4
Guillermo Durán and Máximo González won the title, defeating Riccardo Ghedin and Claudio Grassi in the final, 6–1, 3–6, [10–7].
Riccardo Ghedin and Claudio Grassi won in the final against Andrey Golubev and Mikhail Kukushkin 3–6, 6–3, [10–8].
Claudio Grassi (born 25 July 1985) is an Italian tennis player playing on the ATP Challenger Tour. On 22 Agustus 2011, he reached his highest ATP singles ranking of World No. 300 and his highest doubles ranking of No. 137 achieved on 4 November 2013.
Claudio Grassi and Riccardo Ghedin were the defending champions, having won the title in 2013, but they lost in the first round to Laurynas Grigelis and Adrian Ungur, who eventually won the tournament, defeating Flavio Cipolla and Alessandro Motti in the final, 3–6, 6–2, [10–5].
Being Communists ("Essere Comunisti") is a faction within the Communist Refoundation Party in Italy. It was formed in 1998 by former followers of Armando Cossutta, who left the party in 1998 to form the Party of Italian Communists. The leader of the group is Claudio Grassi.
The group emerged in February 2007 as a split from Being Communists, the faction led by Claudio Grassi, and took the name from "L'Ernesto", a communist publication. The leaders of the splinter group were Fosco Giannini, a senator at the time, and Gianluigi Pegolo.
In February 2007 Franco Turigliatto, a senator from the Critical Left (led by Salvatore Cannavò), voted twice against the government's foreign policy, leading Romano Prodi to temporarily resign from Prime Minister. In April Turigliatto was expelled from the party and Critical Left was suspended from it (it would be established as a party in December). Turigliatto's ejection was supported also by Claudio Grassi, leader of Being Communists, and this caused a break-up of the faction, with a group, led by Fosco Giannini, who launched an alternative faction named The Ernesto, without leaving the party.
Slabinsky suffered a knee injury during the post-Wimbledon grass season. He underwent surgery which kept him out of the tour for three months, before returning to competitive tennis at the $15k Futures tournament held in Glasgow in October 2009. In his first match back, Slabinsky recorded a good win over fellow Brit Matthew Illingworth, winning 7-6 7-6. However, Alex was on the receiving end of a 6-1 6-1 defeat by Italian seed Claudio Grassi in the second round. At the $15k Cardiff Futures tournament, held a week later, Slabinsky was drawn against No.2 seed Uladzimir Ignatik of Belarus in the first round. Following a 1-6 2-6 defeat by Ignatik, Slabinsky focused on the doubles event, where he reached the final with partner Tim Bradshaw, finishing runner-up to the Irish pair of Barry King and James McGee following a 4-6 6-7(3) loss.