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Coria def. Moya 7-5 7-6 6-3

CORIA WONNN, HE WILL BE NEXT CHAMPIONNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Coria def. Moya 7-5 7-6 6-3

congratulations, Guille.

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GO CORIA GO
DO IT!!!!
You´re the best....Moya was the one to win, now nothing stands betwen you and the tittle
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Congrats Coria and to all of his fans!

my heart was with Carlos, but I just have to accept that Guille's match was a perfect masterpiece with almost no errors and he had the better answers to almost every shot of Moyá.

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well, no problem losing to Coria, but the way you did made me feel sad. Instead of going up 2-0 sets serving for the sets in set 1 and 2, you choked and lost serve and control pathetically.

all right, I don't mind, I will get over it soon, and hopefully you, too! Carlos

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Carlos.......... "here you are, lemme shoot myself in the head"
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Cograts Guille!!! and this match is 4 those who tought Guille win matches waiting unforced errors...

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Re: Coria def. Moya 7-5 7-6 6-3

well done coria
tutut moya thought you'd take the second set


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Carlos.... Good effort though. No shame losing to Coria.
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Cograts Guille!!! and this match is 4 those who tought Guille win matches waiting unforced errors...
Well, Moya made 56 unforced errors and Coria won 117 points during the whole match so... you know, I saw the match and Coria was not attacking a lot, he was playing as usual: running a lot, reaching almost every single ball and waiting for the opponent's ue or, sometimes, only sometimes, hitting a winner.... but definelty, his kind of game consist a lot on waiting for unforced errors and not missing a lot, not making himself many ue's.


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And what made me really angry was the fact to see Moyá twice serving for the set and losing both... damnn!


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Re: Coria def. Moya 7-5 7-6 6-3

Coria didn't beat Moya, Moya did... so Careless... too bad!

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moya lost the match
failing to serve out up a break in each of the first 2 sets...
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Re: Coria def. Moya 7-5 7-6 6-3

Yep Moya lost...cuz Guille kicked his ass. Boy that was mean. Poor Carlos. But he had his chances!! So yeah. Go Guille!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: Coria def. Moya 7-5 7-6 6-3

for coria! so glad he won

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