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well i don't think any of us juanqui fans have gotten our hopes up for the doubles. Lets just focus on the singles, we all know thats where juanqui excels. Hope he does win the doubles though.

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yeah...good luck to ferrero
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OMG, HE LOST. Just when i finished bragging to my mum about how good he's gonna play this year. Poor guy, at least he wasn't injured and will play australian open.

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it's going to take half a year to get back to where he was
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unfortunately i know you're right. But we went from 2nd round losses every tournament to first. IT WASN"T MEANT TO HAPPEN THIS WAY

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come on, he's definitely on his lowest point now: it can only get better, it's impossible to do something worse then this.

(omg, just realised it can get worse: it's possible he'll get such a low ranking that he must qualify for some tournaments.. ok stop this, we need positive thinking )
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el pobrecito Juanqui...

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Ohh, Juan Carlos. Here's hoping the rest of the season (we're just starting, lots of time to recover and get back on track!) will be much much much better. Vamos!

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Players help fundraise for tsunami relief



Tennis stars fundraise for tsunami victims (Stuff)
12 January 2005

Tennis spectators are far too polite to shriek when a star arrives amongst them.

But former world No.1, Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero, got the attention he was looking for as he trawled the crowds at the Heineken Open tennis tournament yesterday collecting money for tsunami victims.

The crowd in the uncovered, sun-scorched Yock Stand above the main court politely crowded around the famously shy but popular Ferrero, 24, as he moved swiftly through the crowd with a yellow bucket.

He looked a bit overwhelmed and wasn't sure where to put his eyes as spectators crowded around, most of them proffering notes.

Fenny Strickett wasn't going to miss her one chance to get up close.

After depositing her $10, she reached out and shook Ferrero's hand, waving her arms in gleeful triumph as she returned to her place. (Autograph hunters had no such luck - Ferrero didn't have time, he said, to accommodate them).

"You don't often see the players in real life," Strickett said, smiling broadly. "I was only going to put money in if someone famous was carrying it."

The collection was in aid of the United Nations Children's Fund, which had been negotiating with the Association of Tennis Professionals for its stars to become "goodwill ambassadors" when the tsunami struck Asia.

Although nothing has been concluded, players Dominik Hrbaty (Slovak Republic) and Rafael Nadal (Spain) and Mariano Zabaleta (Argentina) were among those who touted for donations.

Unicef New Zealand executive director Dennis McKinlay, sitting courtside as Argentina's Guillermo Coria spanked Dutchman Sjeng Schalken, said that linking up with sports stars not only brought in more dollars but helped emphasise the agency's belief that sport was an important part of rebuilding self-esteem in traumatised children.
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Originally Posted by Anouk10
come on, he's definitely on his lowest point now: it can only get better, it's impossible to do something worse then this.

(omg, just realised it can get worse: it's possible he'll get such a low ranking that he must qualify for some tournaments.. ok stop this, we need positive thinking )
Oh don't say that, things won't get that bad, they can't, it just won't happen.)

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