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Can any Spanish speakers or Argentine tennis fans help with this?

I gather Zabaleta does a tv show in Argentina fairly regularly. The Chilean paper LUN reports on a recent edition when they talked about Rios. I've run the article through altavista, and it doesn't make much sense - can anyone precis it for me? Thanks!



Programa tenis pro dedica un segmento con sus mejores anécdotas en el tour
TV argentina festina con el Chino
Domingo 23 de octubre de 2005


Los secretos de camarín del Chino, quedarán al desnudo si los entrevistados sueltan la lengua.

La transmisión a cargo de los tenistas Mariano Zabaleta y Juan Ignacio Chela entrevista a víctimas y victimarios del travieso Ríos. Material hay para rato, asegura la producción.

Genio y figura, el paso de Marcelo Ríos por el tenis profesional no sólo dejó una estela de títulos e hitos deportivos a lo largo del mundo. También su particular forma de ser fuera de las pistas dejó recuerdos "imborrables" para todos quienes estuvieron cerca suyo.

Basta encuestar a quienes compartieron su recorrido en el circuito para encontrar infinidad de testimonios de alguna travesura del retirado zurdo, que sin duda se ganó con comodidad el cartel de top ten fuera de la cancha.

Y tan entretenidos parecen ser los episodios que el programa Tenis Pro, de Fox Sports, conducido por Mariano Zabaleta y Juan Ignacio Chela, en su última edición del viernes destinó una sección especial para el ex número uno denominada "Las mejores anécdotas del Chino Ríos".

En este primer capítulo el relato estuvo a cargo del preparador físico Claudio Galzatgorri, ex adiestrador de Ríos durante el año 2000. El trasandino recordó algunas "joyitas" imperdibles del tenista. "Durante un US Open estaba masajeando a Marcelo en una camilla gigantesca. Entonces se nos acercó el ruso Yevgeny Kafelnikov y se apoyó en el borde, sin molestarlo. Sin mediar nada, Marcelo le lanzó un patada en la espalda acompañado de un ¡sale huevón de aquí! que nos dejó a todos marcando ocupado", recordó el trasandino, que agregó: "Con la cara que puso el ruso, parecía que lo quería matar".

La segunda historia tenía relación con el casual encuentro de Ríos con el estadounidense Todd Martin en un gimnasio. El Chino, según cuentan, no encontró nada mejor que molestarlo apenas lo vio cruzar el umbral del lugar. "Oye Martin, estai viejo, abuelo, retírate, déjale lugar a los jóvenes", relató. El problema era que Martin entendía el castellano, cosa que Ríos desconocía. "Marcelo nunca supo que le decían El Español", agregó.

La última la vivió el mismo Galzatgorri con Ríos. Al Chino le avergonzaba subirse al destartalado Renault Fuego del preparador físico y le pedía que lo esperara a una cuadra del hotel. "Ahí llegaba corriendo y se metía rápido al coche para que nadie lo viera. Se hundía en el asiento y se ponía a hablar por teléfono".

Para las nuevas ediciones se anuncian nuevos y sabrosos testimonios. Tal parece que el material es inagotable.

I think for me the most talented of all times was (Marcelo) Rios. Marat Safin, 2004

Marcelo has an enormous talent. Gaudio, RG champion 2004

"Rios ... he has a beautiful game, great forehand and great touch," Federer, World number 1

Guillermo Coria: "Ríos and Vilas are my two idols"
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Ok I'll try
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So far.......


Tenis Pro show dedicates a little of the show to the best anecdotes of Rios!

The secrets of dressing room of Rios will be revealed if one of the interviewees lose their tongue. (it means if they talk about it)
The transmission in charge of the tennis players Mariano Zabaleta and Juan Ignacio Chela, interviews Rios's Victims and people who make Rios suffers of the mischievous Rios. There's a lot of material assures the production.

Genius and figure, the passage of Marcelo Rios by professional tennis not only left a mark of titles and sport landmarks throughout the world. Also his particular form to be outside the courts left "unforgettable" memories for all that were close to him.

You only have to ask those who shared their route in the circuit to find infinity of testimonies of some prank of the left-handed retired player, who without a doubt gained with comfort the label of top ten outside the court.

And soo great seem to be the episodes of Tenis Pro, of Fox Sports, lead by Mariano Zabaleta and Juan Ignacio Chela, that the show in the last edition on Friday showed a special part for the ex number 1 named "The best anecdotes of Chino Rios"



I'm almost finishing the last part..

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Second part

In this first chapter the story was in charge of the physical preinn Claudius Galzatgorri, ex- trainer of Rios during year 2000. The Argentinian remembered some "Unforgettable anecdotes" of the tennis player. "During the U.S. Open I was giving to Marcelo a massage in a huge stretcher. Then the Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov approached to us and he leaned in the edge, without bothering us. and suddenly Marcelo kicked him in the back and tells him "Get away from Here, jackass " and we all were impressed with his reaction ", remembered the Argentinian, who told : "With the face who showed the Russian, it seemed that he wanted to kill Marcelo.


The second history had relation with the accidental encounter of Rios with Todd Martin in a gym. Marcelo, according to the history, didn't find anything better than to bother it as soon as he saw it cross the threshold of the place. "Hey Martin, you're old, Grandfather, retire, give your place to the young people , related. The problem was Martin knew Spanish, And Marcelo didn't know that . "Marcelo never knew MArtin was called "The Spanish".

The last one happened with Galzatgorri and Rios. The thing is Chino was ashamed to travel in the messy "Renault Fire" (the Galzatgorri's car) and Marcelo always requested him to wait for him a block away from the hotel.
Galzatgorri tells. "He arrived running and he entered fast in the so nobody would see it. He sat down and started to talk by cellphone"

For the next editions we'll anounce news and funny testimonies. it seems the maerial has no end..

Let's Hope it makes sense for you now..

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Ok I'll try
Give me time
Thank you so much! I really appreciate it!

I think for me the most talented of all times was (Marcelo) Rios. Marat Safin, 2004

Marcelo has an enormous talent. Gaudio, RG champion 2004

"Rios ... he has a beautiful game, great forehand and great touch," Federer, World number 1

Guillermo Coria: "Ríos and Vilas are my two idols"
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Hi Jen

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I think for me the most talented of all times was (Marcelo) Rios. Marat Safin, 2004

Marcelo has an enormous talent. Gaudio, RG champion 2004

"Rios ... he has a beautiful game, great forehand and great touch," Federer, World number 1

Guillermo Coria: "Ríos and Vilas are my two idols"
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