On David's side, everything's OK
Nalbandian started training again in Miami yesterdayt and will go to
Greece on Tuesday.
While on Coria's side the situation is not the best, David
Nalbandian practised yesterday for the first time in Miami, after
quitting in Cinicnnati because of some pains in the right elbow, a
typic pain that appears after being so long without practise. The
Unquillense didn't want to risk his participation in Athens and even
lost a great possibility of getting a place for the Houston Masters.
Nalbandian is 9 in the Champion's Race and Lleyton Hewitt and Marat
Safin, two of his direct rivals, are facing each other in the QF of
the Master Series. In a chat with El Sello, of TyC Sports, Nalbandian
assured that his participation in the Masters was a fact.
David, his coach Eduardo Infantino and his PT Jorge Trevisan will go
to Greece next tuesday. The bad thing is that Nalbandian only played
1 match-the defeat against Mikhail Youzhny in Toronto-after losing in
SF of RG against Gaudio. There's a good reference though: in october,
after 49 days without playing, he beat Roddick and Henman in Basel. A