Originally Posted by morningglory
Paul Capdeville of Chile? hmmm.....
Might be a struggle...
Yeah, but people also say that he's better on faster courts. I wasn't particularly blown away by his game against James yesterday - he gets balls back but doesn't really have much of a weapon, so I mean if Andy plays his game, even on clay, he should be OK.
Anyway, Dougie updated
Doug Speen, Athletic Trainer
April 10th, 2006 09:08 pm
Davis Cup was a success with Andy winning two big matches as the US Davis Cup team beat Chile. It was a great weekend and Andy really played two great matches. We are now in Houston for the US Clay Court Championships. That makes 3 different surfaces in 3 weeks for Andy. That can be pretty tough not only on making adjustments in your tennis game, but can be very difficult on the body. We go from the grass to long points on the clay and the footwork and movement is totally different. It is a big adjustment for Andy but he will be ready to play on Tuesday night.