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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-30-2003, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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Spanish Nationals

Main Draw

[1] A. Costa BYE
J. Perez vs [Q] M. Olaso
J. Escribano vs J. Garcia
I. Navarro Pastor vs [8] F. Clavet

[4] F. Mantilla BYE
I. Esquerdo vs LL
D. Monedero vs [WC] J. Diaz
[Q] M. Cuellar vs [5] F. Lopez

[6] R. Nadal vs [Q] L.A. Perez
J.L. Rascon vs LL
A. Gonzalez vs J. Garcia
[3] T. Robredo BYE

[7] F. Verdasco vs [WC] B. Salva
[WC] D. Munoz vs J. Munoz
S. Ventura vs [Q] J. Foronda
[2] A. Corretja BYE


Best of luck to Rafa, Feliciano and defending champion Tommy Robredo
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Re: Spanish Nationals

I second who you are rooting for, but would also like to add Corretja.

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Re: Spanish Nationals

thank you Nacho for the draw!
does anybody know the site of this tournament and on which surface they play??

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Rafael Nadal, All Czechs
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You can find information here: http://www.tenispain.com/tenispain/f...luto/juego.htm

It's played on clay.

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Re: Spanish Nationals

good luck alex...that's a pity u got a bye coz ur nedding practice a lot!!!

btw i just wanted to know....on wta world all pll have quite the same avatar but here no...for example i ve seen that some girl have got avatar whiwc arent on the list..so can someone explain it to me?
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Re: Spanish Nationals

Thnx Rebecca for the information!

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Re: Spanish Nationals

final: nadal against lopez!!!! two young upcoming spanish players

LOVE MOYA HE'S THE BEST
GO MOYKE WIN WIN WIN

VAMOS MOYKE !!!!!
UNA SALUTA

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lopez won with 6/4 6/4

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Re: Spanish Nationals

Thanks Claudine Despite the loss, I'm sure that Rafael can take away some good from this week. He got a nice win over Robredo, and a terrific comeback yesterday, so hopefully that form carries over into his ATP tournament next week.

And Yay for Lopez, of course

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Re: Spanish Nationals

Well done Feliciano!
Good run Rafael!

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~|~ Rafael Nadal ~|~ ~|~ Carlos Moya ~|~ ~|~ Thomas Johansson ~|~ ~|~ Thomas Enqvist ~|~ ~|~ Gustavo Kuerten ~|~ ~|~ Xavier Malisse ~|~ ~|~ Roger Federer ~|~ ~|~ Tim Henman ~|~ ~|~ Andreas Vinciguerra ~|~ ~|~ Andre Agassi ~|~ ~|~ Olivier Rochus ~|~ ~|~ David Sanchez ~|~ ~|~ Gaston Gaudio ~|~
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Good job Rafael!!!

Go Carlos Moya, Nadal, and Roger Federer...

“La mala educación” is neither a reflection on “la movida” in the early 80s, even though a major part of it is set in it. The thing I find most interesting about that period is the sense of endless freedom Spain lived then, as opposed to the darkness and oppression of the 60s. Thus, the early eighties provide the ideal framework for the grown-up characters to deal with their own fates, bodies and desires. - Pedro Almodovar
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