Synonyms for luca_margaroli or Related words with luca_margaroli

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Examples of "luca_margaroli"
Luca Margaroli (born 15 February 1992 in Brescia) is a Swiss tennis player.
Yannick Jankovits and Luca Margaroli won the title after defeating Toshihide Matsui and Vishnu Vardhan 6–4, 7–6 in the final.
Leander Paes and Adil Shamasdin won the title after defeating Luca Margaroli and Caio Zampieri 6–1, 6–4 in the final.
Luca Margaroli and Mohamed Safwat won the title after defeating Pedro Martínez Portero and Oriol Roca Batalla 6–4, 6–4 in the final.
Gerard Granollers and Adrián Menéndez-Maceiras were the defending champions but only Menéndez-Maceiras defended his title, partnering John Paul Fruttero. Ménendez-Maceiras lost in the first round to Luca Margaroli and Hugo Nys.
In the month of September 2011 Quinzi obtained his first ATP point at the 2011 Mazatlán Open beating the Swiss tennis player Luca Margaroli in the first round. His first best result in ITF Men's Circuit went in 2012 Pozzuoli, where he reached the quarterfinals, but he lost to the Italian player Alessio di Mauro. In the month of September, in 2012, he also reached his first semifinal match in the ITF tournament of Manzanillo, in Mexico, beating, with the score of 6–1, 6–0, the same Yoshihito Nishioka who beat him in the quarterfinals of the 2012 Junior US Open, a week before. In the following two months he also reached the semifinals in other 4 ITF tournaments (Santa Cruz, Santiago, Santa Maria and Lins) often defeating players with a higher ranking and older than him.