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Re: Has JC changed his game?

Well, I think he hasn't changed his game that much. That's just my opinion hehe. I guess he places his serves a little better now? Not sure though.

Watched his match against Berdych at the TMS. Seemed like Juanqui ran out of steam in the end.


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Has JC been sick or injuried? He just doesn't look like the same player I remember Roddick beating in the U.S. Open.
That was a great match and JC played well Roddick was lucky to beat him. But JC just doesn't seem the same to me
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Re: Has JC changed his game?

His forehand, his biggest weapon, is just not anywhere near as good as it use to be - that's the biggest difference to me.

There have been times this year when he's looked tired in matches. He doesn't seem to have as much fight as he use to have. I think he's also a couple of steps slower than he use to be.

I don't think he's changed his style much. He does still struggle against the big servers. This year, he's had problems with a variety of players. J Johansson, Roddick, Behrend, Mirnyi, Ljubicic and Berdych are all big servers who have beaten him. While Coria, Nadal, Davydenko, Ferrer and Clement are all grinders who have beaten him.

But it does seem strange that he's done better at Wimbledon than Roland Garros for two years in a row now.
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But it does seem strange that he's done better at Wimbledon than Roland Garros for two years in a row now.
I can answer this. He gets to lust over me at Wimbledon and as i don't go to Roland Garros he thinks 'oh sexy Leigh isn't here so I better save all my energy for Wimbledon!' [img]http://smileys.******************/cat/36/36_1_20.gif[/img]

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His forehand, his biggest weapon, is just not anywhere near as good as it use to be - that's the biggest difference to me.

There have been times this year when he's looked tired in matches. He doesn't seem to have as much fight as he use to have. I think he's also a couple of steps slower than he use to be.

I don't think he's changed his style much. He does still struggle against the big servers. This year, he's had problems with a variety of players. J Johansson, Roddick, Behrend, Mirnyi, Ljubicic and Berdych are all big servers who have beaten him. While Coria, Nadal, Davydenko, Ferrer and Clement are all grinders who have beaten him.

But it does seem strange that he's done better at Wimbledon than Roland Garros for two years in a row now.
I wonder why he looks tired in matches, has less fight, and is slower than he used to be? Could he be ill? He isn't old.
I don't know what happened to him? He had such "flair" about him when he played Roddick in the 2003 U.S. Open and now the "flair" and everything else just seems to be missing
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Re: Has JC changed his game?

We'll see what happens next year. Maybe he'll be his old self again.

There's always next year.
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I hope he returns to his old form for 2006. He seems like such a nice guy
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