Synonyms for hugo_dellien or Related words with hugo_dellien

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Examples of "hugo_dellien"
Hugo Dellien (born 16 June 1993) is a Bolivian tennis player.
Pablo Cuevas won the title, defeating Hugo Dellien in the final, 6–2, 6–4.
Marcelo Demoliner and Nicolás Jarry won the title by defeating Hugo Dellien and Juan Ignacio Londero 6–3, 7–5 in the final.
Daniele Giorgini and Potito Starace won the title, defeating Hugo Dellien and Sergio Galdós in the final, 6–3, 6–7, [10–5].
Roberto Maytin and Fernando Romboli won the title, defeating Hugo Dellien and Eduardo Schwank in the final, 6–3, 6–4.
In May, after the divorce from his coach Eduardo Medica, Quinzi obtained his best results in 2014, capturing three $10,000 ITF tournaments in three weeks - and winning 15 matches in a row: in Galați, Romania, he beat Romanian Vasile Antonescu, in Safi, Morocco, he beat Hugo Dellien 6–2, 6–2 (capturing the title without losing a set) and then in Casablanca he defeated Gianni Mina in straight sets. With these results he got closer to the ATP's Top 300 rankings.
In the month of November, in Colombia, Quinzi beat again Gastão Elias with a stunning 6–2 6–0 to reach the second round of the 2013 Challenger Ciudad de Guayaquil where he overtook Bolivian player Hugo Dellien in straight sets. In the quarterfinals he defeated Michael Linzer to reach for the first time the semifinals in a Challenger tournament; he failed to reach the final losing in three sets to former world number 51 Leonardo Mayer. He finished the season losing to Pavel Krainik in the semifinals of a Future tournament in Mérida, Mexico. At the end of 2013, Quinzi was number 328 in the world.