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Whoelse Dislikes Coria??

jbone_14
06-04-2004, 05:53 PM
I'm watching his semi-final match against Henman and he is acting just like a little baby. He is questioning just about every ball Henman is serving(he comes up to the service line on every serve he mises) and does the same when one of Henmans shots are well in the baseline. It wouldn't concern me if it was one here and one there but it isn't. I hope he loses tomorrow :)

undomiele
06-04-2004, 06:00 PM
I think its ironic how whiny Coria haters can get about Coria's whining. :rolleyes: Get over it! Its not like he called the ump an abortion.

little duck
06-04-2004, 06:07 PM
I don't hate Coria and I don't find him so nasty as some other seem to, but I'm not sure what to think about this fuss about him. It was similar with Ferrero last year and where is Ferrero now? Coria could stay in top-three for years, but then again he is still no Federer or Rodick. There is nothing that special about him if you ask me.

Action Jackson
06-04-2004, 06:08 PM
I think its ironic how whiny Coria haters can get about Coria's whining. :rolleyes: Get over it! Its not like he called the ump an abortion.

Coria's English isn't good enough for a comment like that and yes I hated Jimmy Connors.

Lee
06-04-2004, 06:21 PM
I think its ironic how whiny Coria haters can get about Coria's whining. :rolleyes: Get over it! Its not like he called the ump an abortion.

As long as Coria doing those line calls, there will be people commenting about it.

Just like unless Henman win a Wimbleton, those threads about he'll never win one will keep popping up.

And even Sampras retired, there are still threads coming up about he never won a Roland Garros.

Dirk
06-04-2004, 06:24 PM
Connors was such an asshole. Coria should be more professional out there. Its one thing to question line calls but he can overdo it. I'm sure with Gaudio he will do it especially if Gaudio makes a match out of the final.

Bilbo
06-04-2004, 06:33 PM
His wife is beautiful ;)

Lady
06-04-2004, 06:35 PM
He "Questioned" only a couple of calls, and he wasn't right just once as I remember it. And since when looking at the mark is so bad??

But keep on whinning about him, that means that he wins matches. :cool:

Vass
06-04-2004, 06:44 PM
I started to doslike him recently...

Marine
06-04-2004, 06:57 PM
I dislike him more and more.
Just after his match, in the french tv studio of france 2, he said to the journalist that in the 4th set, he was not pleased about the the crowd, he didn't understand why they were cheering Henman so much !!! It disapointed him.
The journalist made him notice that the crowd probably wanted the match last still more, but Coria was quite doubtful :(
He's really stupid !!!
It's normal people cheer the outsider. Moreover a attack player like Henman !
:rolleyes:

Jinx
06-04-2004, 06:58 PM
oh!!!
Now theres a topic for THOSE WHO HATE CORIA??!!!! :p

HAHAHAH THIS IS REALLY FUNNY

Ok...go on hating him!!!!
He will win roland garros! and he is on of the best player right now.......so......... :p

Dirk
06-04-2004, 07:00 PM
Of course because attack players make stuff happen out there, they don't beat around the bush and the majority of tennis fans in the crowd like that. Coria will probably do it less and less as he gets older.

MagoRG
06-04-2004, 07:02 PM
I don't hate Coria and I don't find him so nasty as some other seem to, but I'm not sure what to think about this fuss about him. It was similar with Ferrero last year and where is Ferrero now? Coria could stay in top-three for years, but then again he is still no Federer or Rodick. There is nothing that special about him if you ask me.
roddick????? you´re puttin andy at rogi´s level........

MagoRG
06-04-2004, 07:05 PM
He "Questioned" only a couple of calls, and he wasn't right just once as I remember it. And since when looking at the mark is so bad??

But keep on whinning about him, that means that he wins matches. :cool:
hope so!!
by the way....henman complained about a "LET".......did´nt hear any boohs......

MagoRG
06-04-2004, 07:08 PM
I dislike him more and more.
Just after his match, in the french tv studio of france 2, he said to the journalist that in the 4th set, he was not pleased about the the crowd, he didn't understand why they were cheering Henman so much !!! It disapointed him.
The journalist made him notice that the crowd probably wanted the match last still more, but Coria was quite doubtful :(
He's really stupid !!!
It's normal people cheer the outsider. Moreover a attack player like Henman !
:rolleyes:

cheer the outsider = booing the favourite??? please......

Corey Feldman
06-04-2004, 07:08 PM
i like coria

but the constant staring at lines has to stop, its too childish , and he is a professional player now, not a silly impetuant kid

little duck
06-04-2004, 07:10 PM
roddick????? you´re puttin andy at rogi´s level........

Yes, MargoRG, I also like Roger much more then Andy and sure his tennis is much more classy and special, but Andy is a powerfull and recognisable player. Even if I don't like him, it would be much more boring without him. I wouldn't miss Coria that much, but what could replace the pleasure of Roger beating Andy again??? :-)

Marine
06-04-2004, 07:15 PM
cheer the outsider = booing the favourite??? please......

They didn't boo him. The french crowd is able to be worse, today they were respectuous.

Lindsayfan
06-04-2004, 07:20 PM
I deeply dislike him

Billabong
06-04-2004, 07:21 PM
I can't stand him too!

MagoRG
06-04-2004, 07:31 PM
They didn't boo him. The french crowd is able to be worse, today they were respectuous.
yes they did.......but it´s ok.......i don´t understand though why coria cant check the lines and henman can....
Anyway......I think the booing and the crowd at henman´s side helped him at 3-5 in the 4th set
and i know they can be worse.......ask Martina H :) :)

MagoRG
06-04-2004, 07:33 PM
Yes, MargoRG, I also like Roger much more then Andy and sure his tennis is much more classy and special, but Andy is a powerfull and recognisable player. Even if I don't like him, it would be much more boring without him. I wouldn't miss Coria that much, but what could replace the pleasure of Roger beating Andy again??? :-)
so.....you´d miss him as a showman....but as a player??? come on...i can´t see a gram of talent in him

alfonsojose
06-04-2004, 07:41 PM
I don't like Coria at all. He's arrogant and his whinning is boring. But hate him or wishing something bad to him (i just want him to lose :devil: ) is not for me. I just don't like him

Yonge
06-04-2004, 08:14 PM
by the way....henman complained about a "LET".......

How many times?

Crazy_Fool
06-04-2004, 08:20 PM
I don't hate Coria and I don't find him so nasty as some other seem to, but I'm not sure what to think about this fuss about him. It was similar with Ferrero last year and where is Ferrero now? Coria could stay in top-three for years, but then again he is still no Federer or Rodick. There is nothing that special about him if you ask me.
Ferrero has been injured all year, and I suggest you take a look at his matches if you "don't know what all the fuss is about".

I have never liked Coria, I find him extremely irratating, but I guess you could say that about pretty much most players ;)

Peoples
06-04-2004, 09:02 PM
yes they did.......but it´s ok.......i don´t understand though why coria cant check the lines and henman can....
Anyway......I think the booing and the crowd at henman´s side helped him at 3-5 in the 4th set
and i know they can be worse.......ask Martina H :) :)
Once. And only for contesting an obvious call, just like Henman earned an applause for not calling the umpire in a doubtful situation and trusting a decision. In other situations Coria wasn't booed as there was no reason for that, the crowd just liked Henman more, Coria has no right to complain about that. All-argentinian final is boring, even if I didn't like Henman (which is not true) I'd cheer for him to prevent it.

Dr. Laborious
06-04-2004, 09:11 PM
I don't understand why Coria complained about people supporting Henman. Argentinians allways get the crowd against them, whether it's at Roland Garros, US Open or Wimbledon... he should be used to it by now.

Ma. Estefania
06-04-2004, 09:25 PM
But keep on whinning about him, that means that he wins matches. :cool:

:worship: Great answer, Lady. Thank you so much for it.

Sjengster
06-04-2004, 09:33 PM
Apart from anything else, Coria had just reeled off 13 games in a row - why wouldn't the crowd want the other player to get back into it and make a match of it? And yes, there was excessive complaining about line calls from him, especially early on in the second set where he kept on looking at a mark from a ball that had already been called good and the game was already over, yet after he won the first point of the next game he still went back to check it. I think it's entirely possible to dislike his persona and behaviour on court without disrespecting his game, which certainly has more variety and dimensions to it than Hewitt but for the layman's tennis crowd ends up resembling the same simple retrieving style.

I will root against him in the final largely because I like Gaudio and I want him to win, and he certainly won't be getting the multitude of chances that Coria and Nalbandian will have to win Slams in the future. At the same time it's inevitable that you want to see the predictable result prevented and the apple-cart overturned, it's human nature to root against top players except the ones you like - which is why I get annoyed at people complaining about Federer domination but will complain myself about Roddick domination on hardcourt and Coria supremacy on clay. It's inconsistent, I know, but at least I never question the worthiness of their achievement. Federer has been good on all surfaces, but he's never put together the kind of winning streaks on one surface that the other two have.

undomiele
06-04-2004, 09:36 PM
I don't understand why Coria complained about people supporting Henman. Argentinians allways get the crowd against them, whether it's at Roland Garros, US Open or Wimbledon... he should be used to it by now.

Not where there are sizeable spanish populations like TMS Miami, some of the spanish tournaments, etc, and notably, in Hamburg, where I don't think there are many hispanics.

At least Coria's country supports him. Thats really all that matters. Some of the stuff Ive read from the British press core over the years regarding Henman has been downright vicious and backstabbing. But now that he's winning the tune is changing right? I always saw that as somewhat unfair to Tim.

CmonAussie
06-04-2004, 09:40 PM
* Coria is a fantastic talent~ I'm happy to see a short guy (175cm?) having so much success. HOWEVER for over a year now I've felt a sense of 'disliking' his character & constantly pulling out of matches he looked likely to lose. Also I doubt his heart, whenever Davis Cup matches comes up he suddenly gets injured, then 1-2weeks latter he's makeing TMS finals or winning another tournament! Last year & this year Argentina should have been in a very strong position to win Davis Cup, BUT because of Coria's (also Nalbandian) dumb timing & overplaying in the weeks leading up~ amazingly he can't play! How many times has Coria retired when he was already looking like losing the match? It seems like almost half-a-dozen by now!!! Well if he's really a man he would play until the end of the match. Then when he loses sometimes he resorts to the old injury excuses. Something about the expression on his face too~~ it's got a catty arrogance about it!
GO GASTON^ may the better man win*@@*

Sjengster
06-04-2004, 09:47 PM
Actually, if anything I think it's been his refusal to retire in matches that has cost his teammates in the Davis Cup. He should have quit against Agassi at the US Open last year (although he probably didn't want to go down in the history books as beating his idol in one Slam and retiring against him in another two in the same year), made his stomach injury worse and had to sit out the semifinal against Argentina. Then again this year, just to give the crowd a better match, he plays on in pain after winning the first set against Roddick and makes his already slim chances of playing in Belarus even slimmer. You may call it admirable commitment to a match, I think it's foolish to damage his own well-being and rather selfish (even though with the speed of the carpet in that tie, I doubt he would have made much of a difference - fighting spirit and consistency are worth squat when you've got service bombs being rained down on you from the other end).

Lestat
06-04-2004, 09:50 PM
I doubt his heart, whenever Davis Cup matches comes up he suddenly gets injured, then 1-2weeks latter he's makeing TMS finals or winning another tournament

true that :rolleyes:

undomiele
06-04-2004, 09:54 PM
Actually, if anything I think it's been his refusal to retire in matches that has cost his teammates in the Davis Cup. He should have quit against Agassi at the US Open last year (although he probably didn't want to go down in the history books as beating his idol in one Slam and retiring against him in another two in the same year), made his stomach injury worse and had to sit out the semifinal against Argentina. Then again this year, just to give the crowd a better match, he plays on in pain after winning the first set against Roddick and makes his already slim chances of playing in Belarus even slimmer. You may call it admirable commitment to a match, I think it's foolish to damage his own well-being and rather selfish (even though with the speed of the carpet in that tie, I doubt he would have made much of a difference - fighting spirit and consistency are worth squat when you've got service bombs being rained down on you from the other end).

So its damned if you do, damned if you don't?

Sjengster
06-04-2004, 10:00 PM
Where did I ever say that? He should have given himself the best possible chance of playing for his country regardless of whether they had little hope overall of beating Belarus, he's still their best player in ranking terms and he's the second-best Argentine on fast surfaces behind Nalbandian.

ale
06-04-2004, 10:03 PM
I dislike him more and more.
Just after his match, in the french tv studio of france 2, he said to the journalist that in the 4th set, he was not pleased about the the crowd, he didn't understand why they were cheering Henman so much !!! It disapointed him.
The journalist made him notice that the crowd probably wanted the match last still more, but Coria was quite doubtful :(
He's really stupid !!!
It's normal people cheer the outsider. Moreover a attack player like Henman !
:rolleyes:

He (Coria)said it in French? :) Who was translating? How fast was the question? How good is the journalist in Spanish(castellano)?

I am asking those questions because the other day on a press conference the official translator made a huge mistake and said something (translated) that Guillermo never said and that translation went to the press in minutes.

willie
06-04-2004, 10:04 PM
i dislike many players but i dont say it on public for not being rud with the fans of those players. :(

CORIA WILL WIN RG! :worship:

ale
06-04-2004, 10:11 PM
I BELIEVE IN KARMA!! THERE IS NEGATIVE ENERGY ON THIS THREAD :smooch: :kiss: :couple: :inlove:

LOVE YOU ALL!! *muach*

Fostin
06-04-2004, 10:21 PM
Guillermo didn´t have the oppportunity to show his best tennis in other tournaments... and I`m SURE he will go far at wimbledon ;)

Fostin
06-04-2004, 10:24 PM
i dislike many players but i dont say it on public for not being rud with the fans of those players. :(

CORIA WILL WIN RG! :worship:

exactly, that`s what I do too... I personally don`t like Henman I think he has a cold attitude and I can´t stand other players like Roddick and Nalbandian, but I would never start a stupid thread like this one... It`s full of enviness and negativity... :rolleyes:

willie
06-04-2004, 10:36 PM
exactly, that`s what I do too... I personally don`t like Henman I think he has a cold attitude and I can´t stand other players like Roddick and Nalbandian, but I would never start a stupid thread like this one... It`s full of enviness and negativity... :rolleyes:

Me too, i hate massu, gonzalez and rios but im arent talking of that all the time im fan of coria and not anti-massu, there are people that are anti-coria.

Sjengster
06-04-2004, 10:45 PM
Yes, I suppose it's a case of different groundstrokes for different folks, what some would refer to as a cold attitude I call simply getting on with the tennis - I don't care what players are like in between points, I care about what they do during the points. And it never hurts to be anti-Massu, let me tell you.

Fostin
06-04-2004, 10:56 PM
It`s just a case like the williamses sister with the difference Guille isnt black and They doesnt call the umpire for lineballs... He is the man of the moment and PPL can´t stand him coz he wins everything... even the toughest matched... END OF HISTORY.

star
06-04-2004, 11:42 PM
Personally, :hearts: Coria. :hearts:

But I understand there's hardly a player that people don't dislike.

Some people even dislike GUGA! :eek:

ale
06-05-2004, 12:42 AM
I dislike him more and more.
Just after his match, in the french tv studio of france 2, he said to the journalist that in the 4th set, he was not pleased about the the crowd, he didn't understand why they were cheering Henman so much !!! It disapointed him.
The journalist made him notice that the crowd probably wanted the match last still more, but Coria was quite doubtful :(
He's really stupid !!!It's normal people cheer the outsider. Moreover a attack player like Henman !
:rolleyes:

SOURCE:http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/interviews/2004-06-04/200406041086377742469.html

Q. Why do you think the crowd was supporting him? Is it because he's weaker on clay? Is it because they wanted a longer match, to watch more tennis?>
GUILLERMO CORIA: Well, it always happens with the person who's losing. First, when he was winning, everybody was cheering for me. At 6-Love, the crowd started cheering for him, you know, to have a longer match. Also sometimes I heard my own name.

You know, it's like that. The crowd is like that. They just want to watch more tennis. Sometimes they have a preference. But I don't say anything about the crowd because they also provided so much support - last week, as well. It's exceptional. :kiss: :smooch: :hug:

¿esquímaux?
06-05-2004, 01:10 AM
But keep on whinning about him, that means that he wins matches.
Too true :worship: Well I (for one? :shrug: ) like G'mo tonnes :yippee: Variety is good in this age of baseline bashing/attacking frenzy :tape: Also his forehand dropshot is :drool::drool::drool::drool::drool:

Fostin
06-05-2004, 01:32 AM
SOURCE:http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/interviews/2004-06-04/200406041086377742469.html

Q. Why do you think the crowd was supporting him? Is it because he's weaker on clay? Is it because they wanted a longer match, to watch more tennis?>
GUILLERMO CORIA: Well, it always happens with the person who's losing. First, when he was winning, everybody was cheering for me. At 6-Love, the crowd started cheering for him, you know, to have a longer match. Also sometimes I heard my own name.

You know, it's like that. The crowd is like that. They just want to watch more tennis. Sometimes they have a preference. But I don't say anything about the crowd because they also provided so much support - last week, as well. It's exceptional. :kiss: :smooch: :hug:

Yes I saw the press conference, but he wasnt mad, he had a smile on his face... HE is not stupid, and He knows A LOT OF PEOPLE CAN´T STAND HIM ;)

Ballbuster
06-05-2004, 01:35 AM
I admire any man like Coria whose wife is smoking hot, :devil:DAMN!!!
:worship: :worship: :hearts:

Fostin
06-05-2004, 01:38 AM
Yes she is very cute http://instagiber.net/smiliesdotcom/otn/love/malelovies.gif

ale
06-05-2004, 01:55 AM
Yes I saw the press conference, but he wasnt mad, he had a smile on his face... HE is not stupid, and He knows A LOT OF PEOPLE CAN´T STAND HIM ;)

You need a big hug :hug: :hug: lets make it two. :) And now go back and follow the thread carefully. :smooch: :kiss:

ale
06-05-2004, 02:12 AM
Hey Dislikers!

You need to decide:

HE is not stupid :eek:

He's really stupid !!! :rolleyes:

:confused: That's ok...it happens when you love someone. :hug:

:smooch: :smooch: :smooch: :smooch: :smooch: :smooch: :smooch:

Chloe le Bopper
06-05-2004, 02:44 AM
I think its ironic how whiny Coria haters can get about Coria's whining. :rolleyes: Get over it! Its not like he called the ump an abortion.
But, but... if he did call the ump an abortion I would DIE laughing. What a moment that would be.

Anyways, yes, the Coria whiners are every bit as annoying as they think Coria is. It's gotten very boring, but they are entitled to make as many boring threads about it as they please.

I guess this is how it feels to be a ROddick fan, huh?

Chloe le Bopper
06-05-2004, 02:47 AM
I don't hate Coria and I don't find him so nasty as some other seem to, but I'm not sure what to think about this fuss about him. It was similar with Ferrero last year and where is Ferrero now? Coria could stay in top-three for years, but then again he is still no Federer or Rodick. There is nothing that special about him if you ask me.

I don't understand how a tennis fan can say that they don't see the big deal about Coria... but whatever.

As for Ferrero, he's been injured, sick, and just generally busted ass for most of the year. Thanks for noticing.

Chloe le Bopper
06-05-2004, 02:52 AM
Not where there are sizeable spanish populations like TMS Miami, some of the spanish tournaments, etc, and notably, in Hamburg, where I don't think there are many hispanics.

At least Coria's country supports him. Thats really all that matters. Some of the stuff Ive read from the British press core over the years regarding Henman has been downright vicious and backstabbing. But now that he's winning the tune is changing right? I always saw that as somewhat unfair to Tim.
Also, when I tried to see Coria at the USO in the first round (they threw him on court 11 instead of the grandstand where I should have been), I showed up just before they came on court and there was no a seat to be had and the standing room was three deep. I had to leave because I couldn't watch the match from that position. I'm pretty sure that they weren't just there to see his opponent.

Chloe le Bopper
06-05-2004, 02:55 AM
Also I doubt his heart, whenever Davis Cup matches comes up he suddenly gets injured, then 1-2weeks latter he's makeing TMS finals or winning another tournament! Last year & this year Argentina should have been in a very strong position to win Davis Cup, BUT because of Coria's (also Nalbandian) dumb timing & overplaying in the weeks leading up~ amazingly he can't play! How many times has Coria retired when he was already looking like losing the match? It seems like almost half-a-dozen by now!!! Well if he's really a man he would play until the end of the match.

Cmon Aussie, I don't think that you have a clue WHAT you are talking about here.

YoursTruly
06-05-2004, 03:36 AM
He is a very naturally talented player, but I think his confidence has gone past sky high! LOL

nando
06-05-2004, 03:55 AM
coria reminds me of a sneaky lil fox :devil:

Smankyou
06-05-2004, 04:15 AM
There’s something very endearing about him. I like children, so maybe that’s it.

But the whining has to stop, it's not something you'd expect from a player of his calibre.

Ballbuster
06-05-2004, 04:36 AM
There’s something very endearing about him. I like children, so maybe that’s it.

But the whining has to stop, it's not something you'd expect from a player of his calibre.

Look at it this way: Coria has nothing else to whine about. He has a badass game and he's rich and he's got the most babealicious chick in Argentina. So the only thing he can whine about is line calls

Supersonik
06-05-2004, 06:38 AM
Look at it this way: Coria has nothing else to whine about. He has a badass game and he's rich and he's got the most babealicious chick in Argentina. So the only thing he can whine about is line calls

There are much better looking ones in Argentina than her, though she is attractive. He has nothing to whine about really and I think just does the whining about line calls as psyche tactics to piss off the opponent, and most of the time it works, doesn't mean I like it or have to like it.

*SKYE*
06-05-2004, 11:50 AM
YEP i dislike Coria.... theres jus sumthin about him

Fostin
06-05-2004, 11:54 AM
wow That guy would die if he comes to Argentina... There's lots of beautiful girls like her! and even more pretties! ;)

FryslanBoppe
06-05-2004, 11:59 AM
wow That guy would die if he comes to Argentina... There's lots of beautiful girls like her! and even more pretties! ;)

Well said. :worship: :worship: to the Argentine women.

sam
06-05-2004, 12:08 PM
I'm no Coria fan, but I wouldn't say I dislike him, really.

elroyf
06-05-2004, 12:10 PM
I don't like the way he behaves on court - and he always looks smug/sly and has a bad temper.

Look at the difference with Henman - such a gentleman in comparison.

pmhong
06-05-2004, 12:15 PM
I don't hate Coria and I don't find him so nasty as some other seem to, but I'm not sure what to think about this fuss about him. It was similar with Ferrero last year and where is Ferrero now? Coria could stay in top-three for years, but then again he is still no Federer or Rodick. There is nothing that special about him if you ask me.

Coria and Ferrero will be top 5 players for many years. The big fuss about them is that they are the best 2 clay court players and competes well in hardcourt as well. Ferrero was in semi final of Australian this year. He is going through injury like many players do in their career. Any player who is top ten has something special.

trixy
06-05-2004, 01:26 PM
For me personally Coria just doesn't envoke any feeling, i mean I dont hate him (but then again dont know how u can hate any1 u havnt actually met) but I don't love or like him either. I think hes a great clay courter oh and his wife is pretty but thats about it!

Experimentee
06-05-2004, 01:36 PM
I dislike Coria. Hes just annoying. He whines all the time, and shows no respect for his opponents. I dislike the way he made a big show of pumping his fist when Escude retired :rolleyes: I dont like his game either.

jrm
06-05-2004, 01:53 PM
Joining the club - HATE HIM as well

Rex
06-05-2004, 03:15 PM
His wife is beautiful ;)


Too true mate. ;)

sebgrosfan
06-05-2004, 04:11 PM
coria = :retard:

oxy
06-05-2004, 06:04 PM
i used to like him..but ever since his on court behaviour changes...im beginning to be a little disgusted with him...i watched a lot of his matches since 2003 (might not be a long period of time) before his lost to Verkerk in RG2003, he was so likeable and i really love they way he plays...he is like a little boy...i still remember how he felt so bad after accidentaliy hitting a ball girl...eversince he started to do better...i should say starting from USO...he began to have this very undesirable on court behaviours...maybe i have not watch that many other players like connors....but IMO Coria has the worst behaviour now...maybe its just me but i can't really stand it....IMO he is still one of the most beautiful players to watch however he needs to cut down on his on court behaviours.

star
06-05-2004, 06:14 PM
I'm always amazed when I read something like that. Yesterday, he questioned two decisions by the umpire and did so in a low key manner. There was another call he questioned, but the ball was clearly out.

I really don't understand why you think Coria's behavior is the worst on the tour when there are people shouting curses, breaking rackets repeatedly, having yelling tirades at the umpires, spitting, yelling at lines persons....etc. Coria hasn't done those things at all.

CooCooCachoo
06-05-2004, 06:26 PM
I highly dislike Coría, but everyone knows that already.. :p It's the drugs part that bothers me. Also, I don't like his attitude, nor his game and it's no wonder he doesn't have a lot of friends on Tour. But I am not denying that he is a great player. I am just glad the clay season doesn't last a year.

star
06-05-2004, 06:27 PM
:p

You are going to be SO sad when he starts playing well on hard courts too. :nerner:

CooCooCachoo
06-05-2004, 06:31 PM
That's what I am fearing.. Then I will be glad we have three weeks of grass :) My favourite tennis season anyway :)

star
06-05-2004, 06:35 PM
Your true nightmare is that a GrassGuille emerges! :rolls:

Viva Guille on Grass!!!

CooCooCachoo
06-05-2004, 06:43 PM
Noo Coría! LOSE LOSE LOSE
Break a leg :o :p

Wojtek
06-05-2004, 06:47 PM
I hate him. I hope he will lost tomorrow

star
06-05-2004, 06:47 PM
:lol: :p


oops! That was meant for CooCoo and not you, Wotjek. sorry. :wavey:

andylover_16
06-05-2004, 06:49 PM
Me, for defeating Henman! Actually it was well deserved on his part. He put up a good fight.

Not to mention Henman looked quite Sexy, as usual :drool:

tangerine_dream
06-05-2004, 07:48 PM
Coria needs a new ailment. Where's my chicken-pox voo-doo doll? :devil:

ale
06-06-2004, 12:26 AM
Coria bought a lawnmower for Queen's. He has a bye so he is on the NEXT ROUND already!!! :woohoo:

¿esquímaux?
06-06-2004, 12:50 AM
I don't like the way he behaves on court - and he always looks smug/sly and has a bad temper.

Look at the difference with Henman - such a gentleman in comparison.


*remembers Henman demoralizing a chubby ballkid to the point of tears* :spit: A gentleman indeed! :haha:

coria reminds me of a sneaky lil fox :devil:

Me too :D

Fostin
06-06-2004, 12:57 AM
Your true nightmare is that a GrassGuille emerges! :rolls:

Viva Guille on Grass!!!

hahahaha That`s the truth! LOL I will laugh at every Guille hater in this forum when reaches at least the quaters or the semis in Wimbledon :) :p

Fedex
06-06-2004, 01:25 AM
Coria could go farther at Wimbledon than before, but i dont see him getting past rd 4, if that. But he's got the game to dominate clay(since JC is still out), and can also play well on harcourts.

Havok
06-06-2004, 01:42 AM
He can be annoying at times, and whine and be a brat, but thats allright pretty much all tennis players do something along the lines of this. mind you the prob don't do it as often as Coria does:p but I don't really have a problem with him. The only thing that I really despise is his VAMOS and he jumps and he flails his arms/legs when he wins a set, or breaks when his opponent served for the set/match. imo a bit to much celebration, he can tone it down just a tad.:D

star
06-06-2004, 01:45 AM
He didn't do that yesterday or in his previous match.

I do like it when he jumps and give that little spin with his hands. He only did that after he had won the match with Moya.

And yesterday he called out Come ON! and not Vamos. Although I could lip read him saying vamos to himself.

And he barely celebrated at all after wining the match against Henman. It was a skip, a smile and an small fist pump to his supporters.

Havok
06-06-2004, 01:50 AM
I wasn't really focusing on the match vs henman:p Although I remember something along the lines of a big VAMOS or something when he broke Henman or won a set. I wasn't paying too much attention, but i remember hearing a distinct "vamos" from Coria.

star
06-06-2004, 01:51 AM
You might have. I was more struck by his yelling "Come On" a couple of times.

Anyway, I love it when he yells Vamos. It's better than yelling "Fuck" :)

¿esquímaux?
06-06-2004, 02:30 AM
Anyway, I love it when he yells Vamos. It's better than yelling "Fuck" :)


...or "fuck me faggot" :tape:;)

ale
06-06-2004, 05:10 AM
Coria could go farther at Wimbledon than before, but i dont see him getting past rd 4, if that. But he's got the game to dominate clay(since JC is still out), and can also play well on harcourts.

Not sure. If Grosjean was able to make it to the final in Queens and the Semis in Wimbli why not Coria. Just a thought.

Chloe le Bopper
06-06-2004, 05:38 AM
I highly dislike Coría, but everyone knows that already.. :p It's the drugs part that bothers me. Also, I don't like his attitude, nor his game and it's no wonder he doesn't have a lot of friends on Tour. But I am not denying that he is a great player. I am just glad the clay season doesn't last a year.

Heh. You also better hope that Coria always blows on grass.

This reminds me of a couple years ago when people would say "thank goodness it's t he grasscourt season and all the s americans and spaniards will go away". Then Nalbandian came along, the same year that Lapentti and Sa also made the qf :lol: Lopez has made the second week two years in a row, and Ferrero did it last year.

That isn't what *you* were saying, it just reminded me of those people and i had to have a laugh at their expense ;)

Chloe le Bopper
06-06-2004, 05:43 AM
*remembers Henman demoralizing a chubby ballkid to the point of tears* :spit: A gentleman indeed! :haha:


Needless to say, the majority of the posters on this forum - and any tennis forum for that matter - have selective attention. When somebody they don't like does something "bad", they attribute this behavior to them being a horrible person and harp on it for days on end. When somebody they do like does the same thing, they either don't notice at all, or attribute their behavior to positive qualities ("but the ball really was out", "but he really didn't have blisters", " but he truly was about to lose his right arm", but but but). Even forums that I quite like are full of people doing that. I suppose it's just a sports fan thing. It's as annoying as all Hell and makes it impossible to have serious discussions with people half the time, but such is life.

And yes... I'm sure that I do it too sometimes :)