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Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

Nalby.


But Paradorn.
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Re: Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

david seems to be playing better

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It's great to have you back David!!!!
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good match for Nalby
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Re: Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

The Srichaphan game was never built for the long haul, nor consistent winning. As one-dimensional as it's always been, it's inherently overly dependent on momentum. A player can only hit the ball as hard (and, hopefully, as accurately) as he can, aiming to outlast the opponent and generally ride the crest of a wave of confidence to a match point for so long. Eventually, the book is written on how to defeat such a player: spin shots to keep him from establishing a rhythm, make him awkwardly move forward, frustrate him... and wait for the avalanche of errors to be triggered. At that point, any good player on the other side of the net isn't surprised by anything that's dished out (Paradorn has always been at a loss for strategy when his shots aren't hitting their intended lines, without a virtual mental rolodex to flip through to find a Plan B that will stem the tide of failure), and the outcome of the match rests solely on which of the two can limit their errors and play just well enough to not give the match away. Unless a player is as overwhelmingly talented as a Roger Federer, or as strong-willed as an Andy Roddick, every match is a potential struggle, and his upward mobility in the sport is limited and/or sporadic.

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The Srichaphan game was never built for the long haul, nor consistent winning. As one-dimensional as it's always been, it's inherently overly dependent on momentum. A player can only hit the ball as hard (and, hopefully, as accurately) as he can, aiming to outlast the opponent and generally ride the crest of a wave of confidence to a match point for so long. Eventually, the book is written on how to defeat such a player: spin shots to keep him from establishing a rhythm, make him awkwardly move forward, frustrate him... and wait for the avalanche of errors to be triggered. At that point, any good player on the other side of the net isn't surprised by anything that's dished out (Paradorn has always been at a loss for strategy when his shots aren't hitting their intended lines, without a virtual mental rolodex to flip through to find a Plan B that will stem the tide of failure), and the outcome of the match rests solely on which of the two can limit their errors and play just well enough to not give the match away. Unless a player is as overwhelmingly talented as a Roger Federer, or as strong-willed as an Andy Roddick, every match is a potential struggle, and his upward mobility in the sport is limited and/or sporadic.
Excellent analisis
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Re: Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

at the score

Paradorn showing that's hes just no way near the league of the top 10

Nalbandian slowly getting into form again
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good analysis loner
and boy is david looking more and more like his old self
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Re: Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

Isn't Paradorn in some sort of a funk lately? Or am I really not paying attention to this dude at all.

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H. T. Lee is going to be the best asian player if he doesn't make changes soon

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Re: Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

i can't watch that match, but from the sb, david really did good job in his servings, or is that just paradon's crap today? not like usual before, i don't even worry about david's serving today. That's exact the good thing i want to see
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I lack direction.

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H. T. Lee is going to be the best asian player if he doesn't make changes soon
no, Yen-Hsun Lu will be the best
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Re: Nalbandian def. Srichaphan 6-3 6-1

Man, everythings been going my way, these past few days; Red Sox beating the Yanks, after being down 0-3 and now Nalbandian looking to be in excelent form in Madrid.

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Perfection!!!



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