Re: Random Juan Carlos Thoughts!!
Has anyone noticed how many "Juans" there are in tennis, along with two Davids (Ferrer and Nalbandian) and two Rafas (Nadal and his physio, Maymo). Add to that two named Carlos (Costa and Moya) and two named Albert (Montanes and Costa).
Imagine a Davis Cup match between Spain and Argentina, the Battle of the Juans and Davids!
There are four Juans, three of them with three names. A show could be made called the "Battle of the Three Named Juans," starring Juan Carlos Ferrero, Juan Martin Del Potro and Juan Ignacio Chela. I remember someone talking about an exho with Ferrer and Ferrero against Nalbandian and Monaco-two Davids and two Juans on each side!
This is what happens to me when my mind works overtime. You must think I'm crazy by now!