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Officials fine Nadal $2,000 for receiving coaching

http://www.tennis.com/articles/templ...=6292&zoneid=4

Guess that meeting with the tournament supervisor didn't go too well.


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Guess that meeting with the tournament supervisor didn't goo too well.
he was never really coached. and tony is not exactly an authority on winning tennis matches.

this will serve to piss off the clay warrior.
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Carlos rodriguez blatantly coached Justine during her losing effort to Kim yesterday. The commentators talked about it the whole match.
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for so many years rafatards have been defending rafalita disputing the coaching accusations...yet even now rafa admits that "toni talks too much".

it is about time the ATP & Grand Slams realize the blatant cheating.
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2000? this it all.. i mean cmon this is just a drop in the bucket for nadul
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Gosh I hope he can afford his flight home.
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Tough blow for Nadal.
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Probably this fine will destroy Nadal's finances and he is forced to work in McDonalds.
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wow, toni's tip worth 2K$; how much does he make per hour then

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Carlos rodriguez blatantly coached Justine during her losing effort to Kim yesterday. The commentators talked about it the whole match.
Yup. It's been always like this but Henin never gets warning for some reason.

Toni might have cheered Rafa on a bit too much in the past but I hope officials will be atleast impartial in giving out warnings and penalties.

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Yup. It's been always like this but Henin never gets warning for some reason.

Toni might have cheered Rafa on a bit too much in the past but I hope officials will be atleast impartial in giving out warnings and penalties.
I think the difference is that Carlos gives hand signals (they have an intricate hand signal system), while Toni actually talks to Rafa.
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Fuck you stupid atp or wimby thing whatever it is, he never actually talked in tips just saying'vamos rafa you can do it?

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Yeah, like he cares about 2K. He should have received a warning and a penalty point if it happened again. Like everybody else. But ofcourse the big guys get protected...
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Carlos rodriguez blatantly coached Justine during her losing effort to Kim yesterday. The commentators talked about it the whole match.
Yeah I'm glad commentators are finally speaking up a little about it...at least on ESPN they are. Never really used to hear much about coaching until this year, but I think seeing Henin back and relying on Carlos more than ever has made the commentators here talk more...freely.
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They should warn him and give penalties on court, that fine won't change anything
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