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Do u think Moya will win a grand slam before ending his carreer?

I edit this thread and change what i really wanted to mean as i've read what u wrote some of u have points.
first sorry didn't remember that he win Buenos Aires so sorry it was at the beginning at the season and i didn't follow it carefully shame on me
then i wrote :do u think he will retire not only SHOULD he retire. The commentators said during his match that he was only the shadow of himself during his match against Kolya and i just wanted to have ur comments on Carlos if he's able to win a grand slam before ending his carreer... Personnally i think he can but depends if he still has the motivation...
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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

And even that scoreline flatters him as Davydenko was 4:0 up in the second and had a lapse of concentration and slight shoulder injury.. Yep, he is likely to be finished..
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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

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A bit rude as i love Carlos such a champion but soon 30 years old ( in august i guess) and didn't win any title since a long time lost against tp's that are less talented( well my own opinion ) Do u think he should retire? or he will decide it by himself soon....
he won buenos aires this year, he beat massu, ferrero, volandri,

and he beat nadal at miami, so why do you say he should retire ?

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

I think Moya knows he is reaching the end of his career, yet, he still won a title and is playing fairly good at this point in his career. Plus, Davydenko is a top player whose best surface is clay.........



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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

he hasn't done that badly this year...as someone already said, he won BsAs and beat nadal in miami

losing to davydenko on clay is no disgrace

obviously, he's nearing the end of his career but he could still go a few more years if he wants to...he's still capable of winning matches
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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

This match definitly doesn't mean Moya should retire cause the scoreline is mainly there because of Davydenko's outstanding performance.
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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

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A bit rude as i love Carlos such a champion but soon 30 years old ( in august i guess) and didn't win any title since a long time lost against tp's that are less talented( well my own opinion ) Do u think he should retire? or he will decide it by himself soon....
oh my god! You GOT to be kidding me?!?!?!

he only said last week he has got a couple of years tennis left in him.... so there's your answer!

Just because he lost to Davydenko or he will turn 30 in August doesn't mean he should retire!! Geeeez!


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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

Moya has had a good season so far, he reached the final of chennai, won Bs As, he has beaten Nadal and he is not losing so much in the first rounds.
Just because he can't win Roland Garros again doesn't make him a candidate for retiring:
Davydenko is also a top 10 and a ver good clay court player.

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

Yea, Moya still has a bit left in him. He's become a better hardcourt player in recent times then he is a clay court player.

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

What i don't like is he skipping Wimby. Probably he won't win it, but he reached 4th round and gave Lleyton a fight

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

Well, each time he loses, I hear the same question, should he retire ?
Carlos is playing good this year, he made some good results, he won a title, so for me, he's not finished, it's just that Davydenko played great today. And, Carlos got a difficult draw this year in Paris. I prefer him losing against Davydenko than against an unknown player.

I saw Carlos practricing several times in Roland-Garros and I'm sure he's still motivated to play and will stay "with us" a couple of years

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

Maybe no more slams, but he can still produce an upset here and there (see '06 Miami).

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

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Well, each time he loses, I hear the same question, should he retire ?
Carlos is playing good this year, he made some good results, he won a title, so for me, he's not finished, it's just that Davydenko played great today. And, Carlos got a difficult draw this year in Paris. I prefer him losing against Davydenko than against an unknown player.

I saw Carlos practricing several times in Roland-Garros and I'm sure he's still motivated to play and will stay "with us" a couple of years
And that question is getting REALLY boring very fast!

And I agree with you Val, he's not "done" yet

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Re: C.Moya lost to Davydenko in 3 easy sets is he "finished"?

i heard eurosport commentators saying moya might quit at the end of season

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