Originally Posted by star
when I saw this thread title I thought it was about Murray going up on Henman 5-2, but now I see it's only another thread about South American players.
I've a soft spot for the South Americans. They are a little different from the other players and bring a great flavor to the tour.
If they change coaches or blame their coaches -- it's no more than players from other parts of the world do. Actually, I think it's been a bit more common in recent years for a player to change coaches. It used to be a rare event. Now I see many players changing coaches.
Absolutely. Some sweet, some sour, never bland.
Roddick ~ Baggy ~ Blake ~ Chucho ~ Coria ~ Dima ~ Gask ~ Gaston ~ Guga ~ Haas ~ Juanqui ~ Marat ~ Delpy ~ Tsonga ~ Murray ~ Moya:
Most ATP players:
~ Passenger on the Federer Express #111 ~ Resident of Denaon's Den of Misfits ~
~ Member of Mohamed Lahyani Appreciation Society ~
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