del potro out of kooyong w/ injury [Archive] - MensTennisForums.com

del potro out of kooyong w/ injury

dylan24
01-14-2010, 06:18 AM
injured wrist. won't play any more matches at kooyong.
he should pull out of australian open if he was smart.

Certinfy
01-14-2010, 06:21 AM
Damn, I hope he's okay to play AO.

dylan24
01-14-2010, 06:25 AM
i see him showing up and then quitting like he did vs melzer last year in shanghai or vs sexy in paris.

Ferrero Forever
01-14-2010, 06:25 AM
Oh damn, was really looking forward to a potential Verdasco/Del Potro final. Hope he's ok and can play Aus Open

TMJordan
01-14-2010, 06:27 AM
Oh damn, was really looking forward to a potential Verdasco/Del Potro final. Hope he's ok and can play Aus Open

Well were at it, how about a Robredo vs. Ferrero final?

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 06:30 AM
where did you get this kind of news? :p

Ferrero Forever
01-14-2010, 06:31 AM
Well were at it, how about a Robredo vs. Ferrero final?

If that was at the Aus Open I'd take it, but what does that have to do with Kooyong? Verdasco's already in the final, and Del Potro was in the semi's, so I don't get why you're mocking me:confused:

TMJordan
01-14-2010, 06:32 AM
If that was at the Aus Open I'd take it, but what does that have to do with Kooyong? Verdasco's already in the final, and Del Potro was in the semi's, so I don't get why you're mocking me:confused:

Oh I thought you were talking about aussie open. my bad.

Ferrero Forever
01-14-2010, 06:33 AM
Oh I thought you were talking about aussie open. my bad.

Haha no problems:) I'm not quite that stupid to seriously believe Ferrero will make the final, geez I'm hoping he makes it to the first round.

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 06:37 AM
del potro is glassman, always injured. :lol:

Foxy
01-14-2010, 08:05 AM
del potro is glassman, always injured. :lol:

He is the new faker and drama queen. Not good for the sport.

.-Federers_Mate-.
01-14-2010, 08:19 AM
injured wrist. won't play any more matches at kooyong.
he should pull out of australian open if he was smart.

hope he dosent. What a pussy if he does, so he can be fit for dubai and Marseille :o. If Kim can play after having a baby..he should toughen up and play on, he could proberly make the 4th round with that injury anyway.I still cant believe he chose to play marseille instead of his home town :rolleyes:..what a dick

alter ego
01-14-2010, 08:23 AM
He is the new faker and drama queen. Not good for the sport.

:retard:
Get well Juan you need to do more piggy roasting. Just like last year.

Kolya
01-14-2010, 09:22 AM
Might as well not bothered to play this week.

Sunset of Age
01-14-2010, 10:21 AM
Hope it's nothing serious. Get well soon JMDP!

kindling
01-14-2010, 10:49 AM
king of "injuries".

Peta Pan
01-14-2010, 10:52 AM
When did he pull out? I saw him practicing at Melbourne Park this morning and he looked fine :confused:

gulzhan
01-14-2010, 11:00 AM
I hope he is fine.

What's so suspicious about injuries? He is very young and professional sport is no longer healthy.

Mungo
01-14-2010, 11:08 AM
:retard:
Get well Juan you need to do more piggy roasting. Just like last year.

I agree, it would be nice to see Del Potro beating Fed 3 times in a row

Denaon
01-14-2010, 12:10 PM
this sucks ...I almost have no reason for following the AO now :ras:

LucasArg
01-14-2010, 12:40 PM
He will play.
I mean, he has to.
Has he spoken about this?

vamosinator
01-14-2010, 12:57 PM
injured wrist. won't play any more matches at kooyong.
he should pull out of australian open if he was smart.

Why do you want him to pull out of the AO?

Echoes
01-14-2010, 01:00 PM
del potro is glassman, always injured. :lol:

No. Sam Querrey is ! :lol:

ArgieFan
01-14-2010, 01:13 PM
Relax people, ha was training at Melbourne Park yesterday normally, it's just for precaution. He's fine (i hope).

Acer
01-14-2010, 01:19 PM
No one wants to risk anything at this point. JMD pulling out, Novak saving his energy. It's a bit shit for this tournament. Oh well.

Xristos
01-14-2010, 02:04 PM
He was hitting up at Melb Park today so its nothing serious at all.

siloe26
01-14-2010, 02:18 PM
del potro is glassman, always injured. :lol:

Except for the Grand Slams and the Masters Cup. Sorry, but after having seen the drama that he started just after the USO (withdrawals and early exits against journeymen) just to reach the final of the Masters Cup, I can't trust him. At 21, he tanks in the small tournaments like Federer started to do at 27 after years of "honest attitude".

Aenea
01-14-2010, 02:27 PM
No one wants to risk anything at this point. JMD pulling out, Novak saving his energy. It's a bit shit for this tournament. Oh well.

This is such a shitty reason :( if one wants to save energy he stays home and doesn't enter tournaments be it ehxos or not. Once you enter a tournament you should try your best unless you suffer an injury or sickness. I'm starting feeling sick when I read that someone is "saving energy".

Lleyton_
01-14-2010, 02:39 PM
This is such a shitty reason :( if one wants to save energy he stays home and doesn't enter tournaments be it ehxos or not. Once you enter a tournament you should try your best unless you suffer an injury or sickness. I'm starting feeling sick when I read that someone is "saving energy".

Sure. Try as hard as you can in an exo two days before a grand slam. Figures why Del Potro and Djokovic are tennis pros and you're not.

Lleyton_
01-14-2010, 02:44 PM
Except for the Grand Slams and the Masters Cup. Sorry, but after having seen the drama that he started just after the USO (withdrawals and early exits against journeymen) just to reach the final of the Masters Cup, I can't trust him. At 21, he tanks in the small tournaments like Federer started to do at 27 after years of "honest attitude".

You wouldn't recognize honest attitude if it hit you in the face.

Aenea
01-14-2010, 02:46 PM
Sure. Try as hard as you can in an exo two days before a grand slam. Figures why Del Potro and Djokovic are tennis pros and you're not.

Verdasco did, didn't he :shrug: Why Novak entered if he wasn't going to play on a high level and see his limits? So many before him have played that same tournament and Federer has won AO after winning Kooyong, yes?
You know nothing about me, mate. do not try to make conclusions when you lack facts :wavey:

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 02:50 PM
When did he pull out? I saw him practicing at Melbourne Park this morning and he looked fine :confused:

They're all sick of Kooyong,big windy open plain,it's not that much like AO.Djok,Delpo and Soders(maybe,don't know about his injury) just want to fine tune a few specific things while practising on Laver etc. a couple of days before play

I also think that Hopman Cup is the thing Novak would really like to play at the start of the year(like in 06 and 08)but neither Jankovic or Ivanovic seem willing to play it anymore

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 02:51 PM
Verdasco did, didn't he :shrug: Why Novak entered if he wasn't going to play on a high level and see his limits? So many before him have played that same tournament and Federer has won AO after winning Kooyong, yes?
You know nothing about me, mate. do not try to make conclusions when you lack facts :wavey:

Never,interestingly enough,Agassi is the only one ever to have done it

Langers
01-14-2010, 02:54 PM
injured wrist. won't play any more matches at kooyong.
he should pull out of australian open if he was smart.
If you were smart you wouldn't post.

Langers
01-14-2010, 02:56 PM
They're all sick of Kooyong,big windy open plain,it's not that much like AO.Djok,Delpo and Soders(maybe,don't know about his injury) just want to fine tune a few specific things while practising on Laver etc. a couple of days before play

I also think that Hopman Cup is the thing Novak would really like to play at the start of the year(like in 06 and 08)but neither Jankovic or Ivanovic seem willing to play it anymore
Kooyong is rubbish, the standard of tennis is terrible due to the conditions.

I agree Djokovic needs to play Hopman Cup.

siloe26
01-14-2010, 02:57 PM
This is such a shitty reason :( if one wants to save energy he stays home and doesn't enter tournaments be it ehxos or not. Once you enter a tournament you should try your best unless you suffer an injury or sickness. I'm starting feeling sick when I read that someone is "saving energy".

I concur. They are professionals and the least you can ask a professional is to do his best each time he plays.

RIboy
01-14-2010, 02:57 PM
This Kooyong is very funny event, almost like Umag

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 03:06 PM
I concur. They are professionals and the least you can ask a professional is to do his best each time he plays.

When they signed up for Kooyong,they didn't sign up for Gale Force Winds,why would they upset their rhythm and waste energy bothering to adjust to that when everybody is saying conditions are much better over at Melb Park

Sophocles
01-14-2010, 03:06 PM
No player "tries" in an exho unless he really has something to prove to himself. Is there not an exho forum anyway? It's ridiculous how seriously people are taking this event.

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 03:09 PM
No player "tries" in an exho unless he really has something to prove to himself. Is there not an exho forum anyway? It's ridiculous how seriously people are taking this event.

Really? I thought Abu Dhabi and Kooyong were the 5th and 6th Grandslams,I must have been misinformed :sad:

Sophocles
01-14-2010, 03:14 PM
This may help (from Wikipedia, my bolding):

An exhibition game (also known as an exhibition match or simply exhibition, or a demonstration or demo or an "exhibit" event) is a sporting event in which there is no competitive value of any significant kind to any competitor (such as tournament or season rankings, or prize money) regardless of the outcome of the competition. Quality of play is generally valued over the end result. In association football a common equivalent term is friendly match. The term scrimmage is also sometimes used, especially with regard to team sports, but is ambiguous because it has other meanings even in that context. Another synonym is preparation match.

Throughout the world, many team and one-on-one sports and games feature exhibition matches. For example, two professional snooker or chess players, or two ice hockey teams, may play an exhibition to settle a challenge, to provide (compensated) entertainment, or often to raise money for charities.

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 03:19 PM
This may help (from Wikipedia, my bolding):

An exhibition game (also known as an exhibition match or simply exhibition, or a demonstration or demo or an "exhibit" event) is a sporting event in which there is no competitive value of any significant kind to any competitor (such as tournament or season rankings, or prize money) regardless of the outcome of the competition. Quality of play is generally valued over the end result. In association football a common equivalent term is friendly match. The term scrimmage is also sometimes used, especially with regard to team sports, but is ambiguous because it has other meanings even in that context. Another synonym is preparation match.

Throughout the world, many team and one-on-one sports and games feature exhibition matches. For example, two professional snooker or chess players, or two ice hockey teams, may play an exhibition to settle a challenge, to provide (compensated) entertainment, or often to raise money for charities.

LOL! :haha:
Well Kooyong is sure ticking that box :bowdown:

siloe26
01-14-2010, 03:21 PM
When they signed up for Kooyong,they didn't sign up for Gale Force Winds,why would they upset their rhythm and waste energy bothering to adjust to that when everybody is saying conditions are much better over at Melb Park

Exhibitions are just exhibitions, I agree. Players are there to show off, not to win. I was talking in general. And I was thinking about ATP events. Not exhibitions. But when I read that some player was beaten because it was only an ATP 500, if it had been a GS, it would have been different, it makes me sick. GS are more difficult to win because of the conditions (5 sets and a lot of pressure), so that's where you see the real champions, but the other tournaments have to be taken seriously too (players try their best, or they are not professionals), and exhos are to be taken seriously enough to play correctly. They took the money, they have to try to play well. It doesn't mean that they have to push their limits and risk an injury, of course.

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 03:27 PM
Exhibitions are just exhibitions, I agree. Players are there to show off, not to win. I was talking in general. And I was thinking about ATP events. Not exhibitions.

Well yeah,obviously for ATP events, tanking and generally just not giving a crap is pretty lousy

Lleyton_
01-14-2010, 03:52 PM
Verdasco did, didn't he :shrug: Why Novak entered if he wasn't going to play on a high level and see his limits? So many before him have played that same tournament and Federer has won AO after winning Kooyong, yes?
You know nothing about me, mate. do not try to make conclusions when you lack facts :wavey:

So you're a professional tennis player :worship:

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 04:10 PM
According to reports from international news agencies, organizers said that Del Potro with a sprained left wrist, without their knowing more details of the severity of the discomfort.

Vida
01-14-2010, 04:12 PM
injury prone this guy is.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_KHVnedve0x8/SXukmwRdaaI/AAAAAAAABvA/8pHYzLXhcj4/s400/Thom-Yorke-and-Yoda.jpeg

fred perry
01-14-2010, 04:19 PM
women's tennis. give yourself an edge by having an "excuse" for losing in your hip pocket.

Noleta
01-14-2010, 04:31 PM
Rest and be ready Juan:hug:

Corey Feldman
01-14-2010, 04:42 PM
still overwhelming fave for AO imo

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 05:18 PM
australian guys, keep delpo status updated if you see him practice melbourne park today :P

nobama
01-14-2010, 05:35 PM
still overwhelming fave for AO imoDid Nadal withdraw or something?

Corey Feldman
01-14-2010, 05:38 PM
Did Nadal withdraw or something?stop smoking crack you crazy fan of Bush

DrJules
01-14-2010, 05:48 PM
This may help (from Wikipedia, my bolding):

An exhibition game (also known as an exhibition match or simply exhibition, or a demonstration or demo or an "exhibit" event) is a sporting event in which there is no competitive value of any significant kind to any competitor (such as tournament or season rankings, or prize money) regardless of the outcome of the competition. Quality of play is generally valued over the end result. In association football a common equivalent term is friendly match. The term scrimmage is also sometimes used, especially with regard to team sports, but is ambiguous because it has other meanings even in that context. Another synonym is preparation match.

Throughout the world, many team and one-on-one sports and games feature exhibition matches. For example, two professional snooker or chess players, or two ice hockey teams, may play an exhibition to settle a challenge, to provide (compensated) entertainment, or often to raise money for charities.

Very true and needs to be posted more often.

TennisLurker
01-14-2010, 05:55 PM
I hope he is just faking

madmax
01-14-2010, 05:57 PM
Did Nadal withdraw or something?

:haha::haha: Too funny

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 05:58 PM
i had sprained wrist couple years ago and didnt take long to heal, i remember it was painful 3 days and after that played tennis without problems

SetSampras
01-14-2010, 06:19 PM
What else is new.. This guy is always injured.

Arkulari
01-14-2010, 06:30 PM
I hope this is a precautionary measure and that nothing is wrong with Juan :unsure:

SetSampras
01-14-2010, 06:38 PM
Another guy with a ton of talent who could put both Roger and Rafa in their place and there would be nothing they could do about it. HE has the talent to be a dominant player. But hes too big which leads to being injury injury prone. Always a deadly combination in tennis. Which is a shame because he could dominate on clay and hardcourts and maybe eventually grass. When he was clicking at the USO. He was making Roger and Nadal look secondary.

And it seems like it always the most raw talented guys getting injured than giving up trying and winning and turning their careers around. From Del Potro to Nalbandian to safin.

Amber Spyglass
01-14-2010, 06:51 PM
Another guy with a ton of talent who could put both Roger and Rafa in their place and there would be nothing they could do about it. HE has the talent to be a dominant player. But hes too big which leads to being injury injury prone. Always a deadly combination in tennis. Which is a shame because he could dominate on clay and hardcourts and maybe eventually grass. When he was clicking at the USO. He was making Roger and Nadal look secondary.

And it seems like it always the most raw talented guys getting injured than giving up trying and winning and turning their careers around. From Del Potro to Nalbandian to safin.

One of Del Potro's biggest advantages is his height,there's no question but it helps him get more power on his serve and groundies than the other top guys,so yeah it's a drawback with injuries but it's also a factor in helping him to blow top players off the court sometimes,that forehand backswing is huge,odviously there's heaps of talent there too,but I think when you're really tall like that and learn to manage your consistency and movement(which a lot of tall players don't achieve)you're always going to have a bit of an advantage when fit,playing with an attacking gamestyle at least

siloe26
01-14-2010, 07:17 PM
Another guy with a ton of talent who could put both Roger and Rafa in their place and there would be nothing they could do about it. HE has the talent to be a dominant player. But hes too big which leads to being injury injury prone. Always a deadly combination in tennis. Which is a shame because he could dominate on clay and hardcourts and maybe eventually grass. When he was clicking at the USO. He was making Roger and Nadal look secondary.

And it seems like it always the most raw talented guys getting injured than giving up trying and winning and turning their careers around. From Del Potro to Nalbandian to safin.

He has a lot of talent, of course. But what really makes him so difficult to beat is his height. It's a big advantage. Being so tall is a big advantage, but also leads to injuries. You can't simply only have the advantages, which I think is pretty normal.

TennisLurker
01-14-2010, 08:28 PM
There have been players as big or as powerful as Del Potro

Philippousis, Safin, perhaps Enqvist and Becker

But he is the most consistent of them all (consistent as in being able to play many long rallies without making unforced errors)

Probably, the reason is that being argentinean he had to play much more on clay when growing up than the other players I mentioned before.

Although Becker and Thomas being German and Swedish must have played quite a lot on clay too.

I hope his injury is fake, even if it means he is an asshole, I would rather have him fake a injury at Kooyong and be healthy at the Australian Open.

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 08:41 PM
and potro didnt give interview after his withdrawal...

christallh24
01-14-2010, 08:47 PM
Get well Juan you need to do more piggy roasting. Just like last year.

And Federer bouncing, too. Just like last year.

elessar
01-14-2010, 09:02 PM
Another guy with a ton of talent who could put both Roger and Rafa in their place and there would be nothing they could do about it. HE has the talent to be a dominant player. But hes too big which leads to being injury injury prone. Always a deadly combination in tennis. Which is a shame because he could dominate on clay and hardcourts and maybe eventually grass. When he was clicking at the USO. He was making Roger and Nadal look secondary.
One of your most ridiculous post to date, impressive given the competition.
And it seems like it always the most raw talented guys getting injured than giving up trying and winning and turning their careers around. From Del Potro to Nalbandian to safin.

What?

MalwareDie
01-14-2010, 09:06 PM
One of your most ridiculous post to date, impressive given the competition.

What?

That clown doesn't believe anything that he says. He just trys to glorify Sampras all the time.

Matt01
01-14-2010, 09:07 PM
When did he pull out? I saw him practicing at Melbourne Park this morning and he looked fine :confused:
He was hitting up at Melb Park today so its nothing serious at all. Thanks. Good to hear :)


Did Nadal withdraw or something? No, but the Djoker lost to Nando ;)

LucasArg
01-14-2010, 10:36 PM
Another guy with a ton of talent who could put both Roger and Rafa in their place and there would be nothing they could do about it. HE has the talent to be a dominant player. But hes too big which leads to being injury injury prone. Always a deadly combination in tennis. Which is a shame because he could dominate on clay and hardcourts and maybe eventually grass. When he was clicking at the USO. He was making Roger and Nadal look secondary.

And it seems like it always the most raw talented guys getting injured than giving up trying and winning and turning their careers around. From Del Potro to Nalbandian to safin.

He is fine and he will be win the Open.
He wouldn't be hitting the ball the same day he pulled out if he were injured.

rubbERR
01-14-2010, 10:43 PM
He is fine and he will be win the Open.
He wouldn't be hitting the ball the same day he pulled out if he were injured.

strained left wrist, maybe he strained it after practice session

TennisLurker
01-14-2010, 10:50 PM
Del Potro will play the Australian Open

The director of the Australian Open said Del Potro just wanted to take some days for resting before the Slam, it looks like a fake injury

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - El tenista argentino Juan Martín del Potro, campeón del Abierto de Estados Unidos, jugará el Abierto de Australia pese a que tuvo que retirarse del Kooyong Classic por una lesión de muñeca, dijo el viernes el director del torneo del Grand Slam, Craig Tiley.

Del Potro, número cuatro del mundo, se retiró el jueves del torneo de exhibición de Kooyong tras un solo partido en la competencia, la victoria por 6-3 y 6-3 sobre el croata Ivan Ljubicic el día anterior.

"Decidió tomarse unos días de descanso", dijo Tiley en declaraciones radiales. "Obviamente quiere comenzar el 2010 de buena manera

http://www.canchallena.com/1221997

kyleskywalker007
01-14-2010, 10:56 PM
Del Potro will play the Australian Open

The director of the Australian Open said Del Potro just wanted to take some days for resting before the Slam, it looks like a fake injury

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - El tenista argentino Juan Martín del Potro, campeón del Abierto de Estados Unidos, jugará el Abierto de Australia pese a que tuvo que retirarse del Kooyong Classic por una lesión de muñeca, dijo el viernes el director del torneo del Grand Slam, Craig Tiley.

Del Potro, número cuatro del mundo, se retiró el jueves del torneo de exhibición de Kooyong tras un solo partido en la competencia, la victoria por 6-3 y 6-3 sobre el croata Ivan Ljubicic el día anterior.

"Decidió tomarse unos días de descanso", dijo Tiley en declaraciones radiales. "Obviamente quiere comenzar el 2010 de buena manera

http://www.canchallena.com/1221997

"He decided to take some days off" Craig Taylor said "He obviously wants to start 2010 with the right foot"

So, that's the reason, it was just him being cautious, Wise decision if anything.

Ad Wim
01-14-2010, 11:05 PM
You don't pull out of something if you 're 100% fit.

kyleskywalker007
01-14-2010, 11:09 PM
You don't pull out of something if you 're 100% fit.

Maybe he felt something wasn't right and didn't want to take any risks?:shrug:

Besides, it's a freaking exho, I wouldn't put a slam at stake just for the sake of an exhibition......

Ad Wim
01-14-2010, 11:10 PM
Like I said, he isn't 100% fit then, if he felt something. I'm not saying it's going to be a big problem, but still...

Leo
01-15-2010, 01:48 AM
JMDP is hard to beat in best-of-5. I still think he's a big threat for the AO, but obviously I don't know the true state of his wrist.

.-Federers_Mate-.
01-15-2010, 03:06 AM
Maybe he felt something wasn't right and didn't want to take any risks?:shrug:

Besides, it's a freaking exho, I wouldn't put a slam at stake just for the sake of an exhibition......

yea so.. the fans payed alot of money to see him play..Potro dosent give a shit about the fans anymore. He should've defended his Auckland title but no he thinks he is to big for it:rolleyes:

rubbERR
01-15-2010, 03:08 AM
yea so.. the fans payed alot of money to see him play..Potro dosent give a shit about the fans anymore. He should've defended his Auckland title but no he thinks he is to big for it:rolleyes:

he is :lol:

Nolby
01-15-2010, 03:21 AM
This isn't the first time or even the second, third or tenth time Del Pony has taken the shrewd move over the "loyal" move, and so far it has worked out quite well for him. Quite a few Nalby fans have been mad at him over DC decisions, and people were angry at him for pulling out of Cincy before the U.S. Open, but his decisions usually turn out to be pretty intelligent in retrospect. Get used to this kind of thing happening, because history seems to indicate Del Pony thinks for himself when all is said and done. I expect him to do well once again at this slam. His one match in Kooyong already proved he has plenty of form.

dabeast
01-15-2010, 04:35 AM
The way this kid's getting injuries consistently, he's not gonna last long. And esp. not with a 6"6 frame.

SetSampras
01-15-2010, 04:38 AM
One of your most ridiculous post to date, impressive given the competition.

What?



Whats ridiculous about it? Most is true about Del Potro. He has the talent to actually crush the competition. (showed this at the USO.. Taking out the two top players in the world and embarrassing Nadal off the court). At least as far as Hardcourt is concerned especially the USO. He even has great ability on clay to rack up some French Open titles and master titles. Grass is another story. But like others big men before him (Kraijcek, Safin, Phillipousis etc) all tremendous talents in their own right were all injury prone. Successful to a degree.. But never as successful as they should have been with their talents to constsnt reoccuring injuries hampering them their entire careers.

I dont think Del Potro is going to be any different. He will have a short stretch of brilliance in his career, but spend most of it (especially the important peak years) injured. So in other words he will most likely be a could of been.. But never was. Like most of the talented big guys in the past.. Maybe a slightly more successful version of Safin or Kraijcek. These guys had insane talent for big men and showed they could take out the best the game had to offer (Sampras and Federer. Much like Del Potro) .. Though its too early to know for sure.. But I assume this will be the case. If you think Del Potro is going to put together 4-5 years of consistent big time winning tennis you have another thing coming. He cant even manage to stay healthy at 21 years old

.-Federers_Mate-.
01-15-2010, 07:39 AM
he is :lol:

no hes not hes a boring ball basher.. I hope he dosent make RLA this year, hes not big enough. I hope the Schedulers place him on an outside court to put him in his place.

canbera
01-15-2010, 04:37 PM
Somebody is really pissed off there. He is #4 in the world, I think it is pretty obvious why he wouldn't play Auckland the week before the AO.

Matt01
01-15-2010, 06:02 PM
no hes not hes a boring ball basher.. I hope he dosent make RLA this year, hes not big enough. I hope the Schedulers place him on an outside court to put him in his place.


BS :lol: