Here's the Google translation:
The public Paraguayan lotou the stands and supported the Argentine Guillermo Coria all the time, but the incentive was not enough to prevent the defeat of former number 3 in the world in the first phase of the step of Assumption Cup Petrobras. This Monday, it fell in front of compatriot Maximo Gonzalez by 6 / 4 and 6 / 2 in 1h17min.
Coria stayed away from competitions for 13 months and returned two weeks ago in San Francisco, where he left after playing-and losing-a set. Despite new failure, the player already sees progress in its performance. "I was wrong, but in the normal range, since not have ranking, I for a long time without playing. Anyway, played much better than in Brazil, " he said.
The Argentine showed that the old skill is not exhausted and applied short disconcerting. Moreover, repeated the many double-faults, which increased in 2005 and 2006 with the same speed in which the athlete despencou of production. After winning a point with a first service against Gonzalez, respirou relieved, celebrated and threw the racket up, arrancando laughter of the audience.
"It was a long time not playing with the stands full, it was beautiful. Unfortunately the game did not expect So they wanted to apologize, " he said. At the end of the game, Coria took the microphone and thanked the arbitrator occasions the support of Paraguayans.
The former top 10 still does not know when it returns to the tournament, but said that this can still happen in 2007. "I know that I am missing much training, it will not be an hour to another that I will regain my level of before. It was fun playing today and I was happy to have finished the game."
Guille sounds very good spirited about his performance! I was not the least bit "upset" about his loss, because for me it it like when he was coming back after his surgery. Especially his match vs. Roddick at TMC houston '04. It is a victory because he is progressing forward. A step back would've been retiring before the first set was even finished! But this is good for him. He said he had fun which is (as my mom would say) fantastic! When's the last time he said that? At Chino Rios' retirement thing?
Same old Guille, making it a priotity to thank the crowd.
Vamos Guille! You're on the right track!