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Good luck in indoor season

Good luck to Henman in the Indoor season. This is his time to thrive, and boost his chances to quailfy Houston Masters. Hopefully he will defend his Paris Open title. Good Luck to him

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hope he'll do well
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Let's go Tim!!
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Get well soon, Timmy.

Back, Shoulder Pain Force Henman Out Of Lyon
09/30/2004

Tim Henman will start the fall indoor season on the outside looking in. The fourth-ranked Henman has withdrawn from next week's Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon citing shoulder and back problems.

Henman, who has won six of his last eight matches, would have been the top seed in Lyon.

The 30-year-old Brit endured back pain during his run to the U.S. Open semifinals earlier this month, but aggravated his strained back and suffered a swollen shoulder playing on the slow red clay during Great Britain's 3-2 Davis Cup defeat to host Austria.

"The problems I've been having recently with my back are well documented and the heavy schedule I had to endure at the weekend in the Davis Cup tie has unfortunately aggravated the condition," Henman said in a statement posted on his official website Tim Henman.org. "The heavy conditions we played in have also left me with a slightly swollen shoulder,"

The Roland Garros semifinalist is the fourth player to withdraw from Lyon this week, joining Frenchman Fabrice Santoro, former Roland Garros semifinalist Martin Verkerk and Argentina's Juan Ignacio Chela on the sidelines.

Juan Carlos Ferrero, defending champion Rainer Schuettler, Hicham Arazi, Mario Ancic, Dominik Hrbaty, Joachim Johansson, Ivan Ljubicic, Feliciano Lopez, Xavier Malisse, Nicolas Massu, Jurgen Melzer, Robin Soderling, Vince Spadea, Mikhail Youzhny and wild cards Arnaud Clement and Paul-Henri Mathieu are among the players entered in the event.

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get well Tim
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get well soon Tim, i hope its not serious
good luck with the rest of the season
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Poor Tim
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Tim 'might' be back to play in Vienna next week......
Tim Henman, who was part of Britain's failed bid to remain in the Davis Cup World Group when it lost a playoff tie on Austrian soil, is ready to fill Federer's shoes, according to Feigl.

"We would like to have Tim play instead of Roger. Henman made a great impression last year and told us, he wanted to come back," Feigl said.

and Moya withdrew
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Tim 'might' be back to play in Vienna next week......
Tim Henman, who was part of Britain's failed bid to remain in the Davis Cup World Group when it lost a playoff tie on Austrian soil, is ready to fill Federer's shoes, according to Feigl.

"We would like to have Tim play instead of Roger. Henman made a great impression last year and told us, he wanted to come back," Feigl said.

and Moya withdrew
Roger???

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yes, this fiegl guy was saying he was dissapointed federer couldnt play in 2004, so they are hoping they can get tim, otherwise the next best player in the field is nalbandian/massu ...
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Is Madrid Tim's next tournament?
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I believe so.

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Good luck to my Timmy in Madrid No 1 seed- sorry I can't come see you babe.

To think I emailed him jokingly a couple of days back when all the rumours started, saying you're going to end up being "top dog" and now he is. Hope he can handle it and he gets an easy opener, seeing as he hasn't warmed up indoors or anything.

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Fun quote from the Independent

"Henman, given a bye in the first round, was in good spirits as he prepared to go into a Masters Series event as the No 1 seed for the first time in his career. His greeting was accompanied by a smile. "I think you should probably bow now," he said. "

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Its great for him to be the no 1 seed. Good luck, hope he does well in Madrid so he can quali for masters cup

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