The quarterfinal between Perugia and Monza ends in a brawl: the video
The quarterfinal between Perugia and Monza ends in a brawl. Here is what happened at the end of the match, won by Perugia in straight sets.
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Francesca De Marco, Fran, Cisca, Demar, come vi pare. Sono nata a Pavia e ho 27 anni da circa 3 o 4. Vivo in Svizzera e sono una di quelle ragazze su cui non hai nulla da dire. La via di mezzo che non si caga nessuno, insomma. View all posts by Fran
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