Sonego defeats Granollers and advances to the third round.
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Roger Federer vs Lorenzo Sonego - Round 1 Highlights | Roland-Garros 2019. Watch the best moments from the match opposing Roger Federer and Lorenzo ...
Lorenzo Sonego (ITA) vs [2WC] Jeremy Chardy (FRA)
Marcos Giron defeated by Milos Raonic.
Jannik Sinner se convirtió en el jugador italiano más joven en ganar un título Challenger tras superar a su compatriota Roberto Marcora en sets corridos.
Not to be confused with Boo Ellis, a professional basketball player in the 1950s.Maurice H. "Bo" Ellis is an American former professional basketball player. After graduating from Chicago's Parker High School, Ellis, a 6-9 forward, played college basketball at Marquette University and won an NCAA Championship in 1977.
Not to be confused with Bo Ellis, a professional basketball player in the 1970s.Alex "Boo" Ellis was an American professional basketball player for the Minneapolis Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Ellis played in the league for just the 1958–59 and 1959–60 seasons and averaged 5.1 points 5.2 rebounds per game.Ellis grew up in Hamilton, Ohio and attended Hamilton High School.
Robert James Ellis was an Australian writer, journalist, filmmaker, and political commentator. He was a student at the University of Sydney at the same time as other notable Australians including Clive James, Germaine Greer, Les Murray, John Bell, Ken Horler, Robert Hughes and Mungo McCallum.
Robert, Bob, Bobby, Rob or Robbie Ellis may refer to:
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Robert Ellis was an American film actor, screenwriter and film director. He appeared in 166 films between 1913 and 1934.
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Robert Ellis was an American child actor in the 1940s and 1950s, who was the last actor to play Henry Aldrich on the radio series The Aldrich Family.