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Re: The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

Yay no Rafa @ Estoril, he should do well... but personally i think he needs a rest, he's got 2 TMS ahead and i don't want him to be burntout by RG. But i guess Estoril is a good opportunity for JC to gain some points and hopefully get a seeding at RG.
i just hope he's not too tired
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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

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If you don't mind me saying, JCF earned more points being the RU in Barcelona than the Houston winner. Besides, challenging himself playing against the top clay courters is the only way he can get himself up to top form to prepare for Roland Garros.

Estoril is quite a strong field for a small tournament. Winning it won't be easy. I'll be happy if he wins, but I'm fine if he loses early and get some rest, in case he gets a WC in Rome, he will have the energy to go.
yes I dont think anyone sees JC (or any spaniard and any of the better clay courters) not playing in Barcelona to play in Houston.
at first sight you think the winner of JC-Moya should make the final in Estoril but thats just at first sight....no tiring for the Masters JC, they are more important after all..
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Re: The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

I also think it's crazy to play this week he needs a rest
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He'll play tomorrow. I thought he would play wednesday but apperantly he's still fresh as a daisy
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Re: The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

Centre Court start 12:00 NOON
M Diaz-Oliva (ARG) vs (WC)M Gloria (CAN)
Not before 2:30 PM
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A Costa (ESP) vs (5)N Massu (CHI)

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Re: The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

is there any time difference? to england?

why is it easier to hurt someone with words than with deeds?
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Yes, it's in the same timezone as England is.
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Re: The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

it seems to be a trend here. one that i hope will come true
semifinal at MC, final at Barcelona, so a title at Estoril will be wonderful!
in 3 consecutive weeks as well!
VAMOS JC!!

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Vamos, Juanqui!

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O great. Juan Carlos is on this week's ATP One to Watch. If history tells anything, that's a very strong jinx. I fear early round exit.

C'mon Juan Carlos, against all odd.
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Shhhh! lalaland, don't say the 'j' word. Hopefully, Juanqui doesn't look at the ATP site...

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hey. this has nothing to do with estoril, apart from the fact that i hope he does well there.
i was wondering if anyone knows where JC will be going after estoril. Is he going to go to Rome and Hamburg? Is his ranking even high enough to allow him a direct entry? Or is he going to have to take a WC or something?

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Vamos Juan.

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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

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Originally Posted by lalaland
If you don't mind me saying, JCF earned more points being the RU in Barcelona than the Houston winner. Besides, challenging himself playing against the top clay courters is the only way he can get himself up to top form to prepare for Roland Garros.

Estoril is quite a strong field for a small tournament. Winning it won't be easy. I'll be happy if he wins, but I'm fine if he loses early and get some rest, in case he gets a WC in Rome, he will have the energy to go.
lol, i was only saying that so he has a title on the board again. Of course he should have played Barcelona-but I wanted a title now....i don't want to have to wait an extra week-but JC's chance of getting a seeding is more important.

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Re: The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

Well, I hope he does well and not tire himself out!
C'mon Juanqui!! Win a title!!


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