Originally Posted by Bebop
i saw him play David Nalbandian in Roland Garros. This guy is really talented. He took that first set 6-0 and was hitting winners on both wings. He's very fast, good hands, and has an unbelievable fh. and he had a lot of supporters. they were cheering loudly. what i admired about him was that he was always smiling esp when he hit those beautiful winners. he was really enjoying himself.
but David won that match.
he lacks experience but he'll get there.
According to the ATP site, Marcos is living in Paris so they were getting behind their 'adopted' boy so to speak.
Last year he won 2 challengers (1 indoor hard, other carpet) after the US Open. I was impressed with what I saw watching his match with Fed on TV. Now all he has to do is get some results so he can come to TMS Cincinnati in August. Right now he'd have to qualify since he's 88 in the entry ranking.