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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-26-2006, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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Moya and Ferrero need to have a light schedule

They aren't fit to play every week anymore.

When they are rested, they can still be great, but when they play a lot, they always end up losing to weak opponents.

For God sake, play only the big tournaments and you can still be contenders to Top 15/20. If you can't do it, it's better to retire!
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Re: Moya and Ferrero need to have a light schedule

Too bad that they both lost in the first round this week.
Maybe they just like to travel a lot.
Moya is clearly past his prime, but Ferrero, I think, still can come back to top 10.

As for their schedules, "play only big tournaments?"
They are not quite in position to do that, ranking-wise.

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Re: Moya and Ferrero need to have a light schedule

well they were both quite rested as they didn't play DC last week, and they still both lost in the first round
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Re: Moya and Ferrero need to have a light schedule

They should enter the smaller tournaments...they have more chance of progressing. I always feel that this is what Henman should be doing
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