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Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

Fuebuena pretends that 2012 will be his last season. Not a big surprise 'cause he's injured all the time and his body refuses to play sport anymore. Sad but ecpected
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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

If anything happen in 2012
please hapeen

by the way, I like kate winslet and other 5, but contagion is not good enough


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I mean, win a fucking slam, dave


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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

After Argentina's lost in December in Davis Cup David will retire just in February, 2012. He confirmed Copa Claro 2012, Buenos Aires
He will play just only one two tournaments in 2012, i think...
Hope i'm wrong
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I don't know yes or no I keep following ATP once Dave retire


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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

I hope I can cry and smile when that happen
This is just ridiculous
ATP should be about Federer and Nalbandian the last 8 years


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Horrible news, but expected



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:O :O Horrible news! I hope he plays 2012, 2013.....
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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

David, better 2 retire now, before lost of Argentina in Spain...
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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

David said he will retire after winning Davis Cup...

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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

He said he doesn't want to retire without having won it.

But also that retiring will depend on his health. And that even if they win DC this year, he'd like to go on playing, if his health allows it.
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i hope so

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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

It means David will never retire?
Argies will not win DC in common 5-6 years


Look, only David really wants to win it , del ponny skiping it all the way..
rest of team is relatively weak to beat spaniards f.e. ...
he needs to concentrate himself on Olympic Games,
when everything will be depending only on him alone
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Re: Nalby will retire at the end of 2012 ?

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It means David will never retire?
Argies will not win DC in common 5-6 years
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He said he doesn't want to retire without having won it.

But also that retiring will depend on his health. And that even if they win DC this year, he'd like to go on playing, if his health allows it.

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Look, only David really wants to win it , del ponny skiping it all the way..
rest of team is relatively weak to beat spaniards f.e. ...
he needs to concentrate himself on Olympic Games,
when everything will be depending only on him alone
Delpo isn't "skipping it all the way". He'll be part of the team against Croatia.
And on clay, Spain is in a league of its own.

As for the Olympics - first of all, David needs to qualify.
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