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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-12-2003, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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carlos moya during the summer 2003

looks like Carlos loves the summer, just as in 2002 , he is in the semifinal of Bastad. Hopes he can defend his titel there!!
Next week he goes to Stuttgart, it is a while ago since he was playing out there.

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Re: carlos moya during the summer 2003

Nope, he lost to Zabaleta, a player he never lost to before. Wonder what happened
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Re: carlos moya during the summer 2003

moya had many breakpoints but couldn't make them, he got frustrated and he couldn't handle the windy conditions. Zabaleta was better;

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Hope he will regroup and stay strong for the rest of the year. Summer is very important to him. Considering the race to the top 8 is very competitive.

Go Carlos Moya, Nadal, and Roger Federer...

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Re: carlos moya during the summer 2003

I think id hz qr

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Re: carlos moya during the summer 2003

oeps something went wrong
I want to say
If Moya stays healthy he makes a good chance ending the year in the top eight. But he must play good, stay calm, believe in himself etc.

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