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RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

What a pity. I was really looking forward to a great game and David raising his level again, but he had ab problems and decided to quit. He was outplaying a tentative Fed in the beginning 6-3 3-0, then Fed upped his level in the 2nd and things were getting interesting, but it all ended up with a lousy ret win.

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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

What happened to David to cause him to retire?
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

A terrible shame.

That was shaping up to be a great match until the abdo...
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

No.......It was a joke
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

David's damn shoulder!
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

It semeed to be stomach problems just like at the Australian Open this year. I think, however, that his stomach problem seems to worsen when he gets nervous, just like it happened at the Australian. He needs to do something about this. I am not happy at all. Hope he is fine for Wimbledon.
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

Too many donnuts last nigth ?

Seriously, WTF happened ?

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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

It's always the same with him. He is not fit enough to play more than 5 matches in a row in a GS (US Open 2003,Roland Garros 2004. etc) I don't judge him, he has other priorities apart from tennis and it's his life. But we shouldn't expect a GS title from him.
(apart from the fact he is below the level of Federer, of course. This is not an excuse for the defeat)

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I want to cry ,,,i really want to ,,,but i am A man.....god bless Nalbandian ,,
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

for one and a half sets, nalbandian showed how good he can play. poor david, it was a great opportunity for him today.

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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

Abdominal problems seem to have been the cause.

I really hate that it finished that way - can't be helped but it feels like a cheap route through for Roger.
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It's always the same with him. He is not fit enough to play more than 5 matches in a row in a GS (US Open 2003,Roland Garros 2004. etc) I don't judge him, he has other priorities apart from tennis and it's his life. But we shouldn't expect a GS title from him.
(apart from the fact he is below the level of Federer, of course. This is not an excuse for the defeat)
I think if Nalby plays like this against Roger at Wimbledon, he may beat him. This is because although the slices seemed to affect him, when he tails off on them, they will move much faster on the grass and put Roger on the defense. I doubt Roger will be calling out to face him at Wimbledon, although Roger still has the edge say 60% - 40% IMO.
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Re: RG SF: Federer-Nalbandian 3-6, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

David what happened, he was given something to swallow by the trainer. So it was his stomach, pain or an upset stomach?

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