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Federer and Nadal reelected on Players' Council

http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Ten...President.aspx

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FEDERER RE-ELECTED ATP WORLD TOUR PLAYER COUNCIL PRESIDENT


The 2010-2012 ATP World Tour Player Council unanimously re-elected Roger Federer as President at its US Open meeting. Rafael Nadal was also re-elected as Vice President at the Council's first meeting.

"It is a great vote of confidence by my fellow Player Council members to be re-elected as President of the Council. I think it's important that the players have a seat at the table to discuss any issues confronting the sport," said Federer.

"We might not always agree on every point, but we respect each other's opinions and try to find a solution that works. I look forward to leading the group through 2012."


2010-2012 ATP World Tour Player Council
Yves Allegro
Eric Butorac
Roger Federer (President)
Ashley Fisher
Fernando Gonzalez
Peter Luczak
Rafael Nadal (Vice-President)
Jarkko Nieminen
Sam Querrey
Nenad Zimonjic
Claudio Pistolesi (Coach)
Ignacio Hirigoyen (Alumni)

Rafael "The Matador of Spin" Nadal
Roger “The Magician of Precision” Federer
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Re: Federer and Nadal reelected on Players' Council

More evidence that they actually are good people because of the respect they get from their peers, despite what certain members of this forum would have you believe

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The unanimous re-election is suggestive of the fact that they've done a good job so far. If the other players feel that way, then hats off to both of them and congratulations on their re-appointment.
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Thats cool!!! Fed=President

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Thats cool!!! Fed=President
i like the sound of that...
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wasnt djokovic in that council the past 3 years?

has he been dropped?
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The dictatorship continues. ATP probably made it known it would put hits out against any player voting against them.



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What does this council do exactly?

I have not heard any decision taken nor a recommendation suggested by this council.
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Puppet leaders.

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great! more slow courts & slower surfaces
(or they have nothing to do with that? )

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Can't wait for Nadull to launch his campaign to ban hardcourt tournaments



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Can't wait for Nadull to launch his campaign to ban hardcourt tournaments

maybe turn the us open back to green clay

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Can't wait for Nadull to launch his campaign to ban hardcourt tournaments
Roddick;Blake and Fish would officially retire if that were to happen

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Can't wait for Nadull to launch his campaign to ban hardcourt tournaments
Its not gonna happen, Fed is the boss he likes fast courts and always says that its pitty that they dont have more faster courts like at Cincy. So it might be more faster courts since Roger is president

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