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Flavia Pennetta Vs Melanie Oudin at Fed Cup Final 2009
Italy

World Group Final Italia Vs USA 4-0 . Italy won the Fed Cup 2009. In this picture you can see the match won by Flavia Pennetta vs Melanie Oudin. The Fed Cup Final at Club Del Tennis Rocco Polimeni of Reggio Calabria 

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Uploaded: 10/11/2009
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