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actually who is better?i mean Hewitt or Ferrero?
Ferrero for sure

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Ferrero hands down
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Oooooooooh [makes kissy noises], Lleyton and Juan Carlos...sitting in a tree!

It's nice to hear him say some nice things for once. I've heard Ferrero is just a really nice person all together, so good on him.
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I know we have a lot of Hewitt, but here's another... I haven't seen it posted yet.

Hewitt prior to 2003 DC Final on Ferrero and the ill feelings between Spain and Australia after the 2000 final: "He's a good guy Ferrero. He was fine, he was just there to play tennis. I have no problems with him"

Albert Costa: "The first time I ever saw him play was against Carlos Moya in Barcelona in 99. Moya had just reached No. 1, but Ferrero was playing without any respect... It was just as if he was practicing. He wasn't nervous at all. At that point, I thought 'Phew, he's going to be good'"

Kafelnikov in 2001 when asked who he thought would be most likely to reach number one and stay there for a long time: "Difficult question, I think Ferrero"
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actually who is better?i mean Hewitt or Ferrero?
i think it's a stupid question here all Ferrero's fans be here,Hewitt is air in our eyes
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everyone will speak highly of you, when you are at the top.i don't think they will say the same words to Juanqui now.
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but 2001 he wasn't at the top, was he?

why is it easier to hurt someone with words than with deeds?
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everyone will speak highly of you, when you are at the top.i don't think they will say the same words to Juanqui now.
Why not? Just because he's going through a temp blip of form it doesn't stop him being a good player or a good guy. Anyone who would change their opinon of him just because of how he is ranked IMO is very shallow and not worth the effort anyway

Rafa Nadal Juanqui Ferrero

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http://www.terra.es/deportes/articulo/html/dpo52231.htm

Pregunta: ¿Juan Carlos Ferrero ha tenido una mala temporada, con demasiadas lesione. ¿Cree que aún así forzará jugar?
Tommy Robredo: 'El que dude de Juan Carlos Ferrero no entiende mucho de tenis. Juan Carlos ha jugado grandes partidos de Copa Davis y sólo jugará si él se encuentra en buena forma. Si con el ritmo de entrenamientos está al cien por cien, estará para jugar seguro, pero son los capitanes los que deciden siempre'.

It asks: ¿Juan Carlos Ferrero has had a bad season, with too many injure. It believes that even so will force to play? Tommy Robredo: 'The one that doubt of Juan Carlos Ferrero does not understand a lot of tennis. Juan Carlos has played large parties of Cup Davis and only he will play if he is found in good form. If with the rhythm of training is al a hundred for a hundred, will be to play insurance, but are the captains the ones that decide always'.

Tommy replied this question before the final DC last year.

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gotta love tommy, thats a very nice thing he said.

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so many people think Juanqui is a very very great tennis player,so he is returning to the top!
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Re: Good Things Other Players have said about Juanqui

wow, tommy really said nice things about juanqui...
..i am sure juanqui will return to the top

why is it easier to hurt someone with words than with deeds?
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Re: Good Things Other Players have said about Juanqui

Here's what 19-year old Nicolas Almagro (sparring partner with the current Spanish DC team) had to say about being higher ranked than Ferrero...

"- Por cierto, tal y como hemos destacado, por delante de Juan Carlos Ferrero, que hasta hace bien poco parecía intocable e inalcanzable.

- Eso no quiere decir nada. Ferrero ha sido el número uno del mundo y aunque ahora esté atravesando una mala racha, no me cabe la menor duda de que volverá otra vez por sus fueros y que ocupará un lugar en el ránking acorde con su tenis."

From the article: «Llegar a jugar la Copa Davis es lo máximo a lo que aspiro»
http://servicios.laverdad.es/murcia...UR-DEP-187.html

Very loosely translated...
Q: ...but you're in front (in the rankings) of JCF, who until recently seemed untouchable and unbeatable
A: This doesn't mean anything. Ferrero has been number one in the world, and although right now he's going through a bad patch, I have no doubt that he will re-establish his position and occupy a place in the rankings in keeping with his (level of) tennis.

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Re: Good Things Other Players have said about Juanqui

from my vast knowledge of spanish im sure that means something good

hes a decent wee player almagro, ive seen him play before. very good.

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Re: Good Things Other Players have said about Juanqui

Roisin, I just added a loose translation.

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Más vale maña que fuerza -- proverbio español
"Pero, con todos mis respetos para Rafa, Federer tiene más talento." - Marat Safin
"Pero para mí el mejor es Roger Federer. / For me, the best is Roger Federer." - D. Nalbandian
"He's the best sportsman, I think, in the world. He has a lot of humble." - Rafael Nadal
"He's so charismatic." - Marcos Baghdatis
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