Before he should even thing about any technical changes to his game, IMO, he has to worry about his HEAD. He could have the best return in the game but if he doesn't have the confidence to go for his shots and stuff, it doesn't matter. He has one of the best forehands in the game, but you wouldn't know it if you watched that Baghdatis match. His main important problems right now are all in his head, IMO.
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Andy To Play Delray International Tournament
January 27th, 2006 02:41 pm
By Andyroddick.com Staff
In a completely unpredictable and inspired move, Andy has elected to play in the International Series Delray Beach qualifying tournament this weekend. Andy’s decision to compete in the tournament came after the wild card entry deadline, placing the top ranked American in territory reminiscent of his junior days.
This unprecedented and remarkable decision is a first for the men’s tour. Our sources at the ATP
report this has never been done before. The closest was Goran Ivanesivic back in 1991 playing a tune-up tournament in Nottingham prior to Wimbledon. Goran did play qualifying and was put in the draw as the #2 seed.
“I guess the simple reason is that Andy wanted to play matches,” agent Ken Meyerson reacted to his star client’s spontaneity.
Qualifying rounds begin Saturday. Check back to Ar.com for more of Andy in Delray Beach.