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Now it's official: Carlos says Goodbye (resume of TV conference)

10-11-2004, 09:04 PM
Hi friends,

I'm a Majorcan, same Carlos, and tonight I watched on TV an interview about Carlos Moyŕ on a local TV. Carlos say that he won't go to AMS Madrid and AMS Paris for prepare the Davis Cup Final Also that he will go to Houston if he will be better of his lower shoulder injury But now for him the onlyand last objective in 2004 is Win the Davis Cup. He explain that he renunce lots of Points and Money, but his body need some time for rest. Because between the end of 2003 season and the begining of 2004 Carlos wasn't time for prepare the 2004 season and he wasn't rest too much.

Carlos say that he isn't younger and his body need more rest than latest years and if he will win the Davis Cup he has won all that he drum:

World No.1 (March 1999)
A Grand Slam Title (Roland Garros 98)
Finalist AUS Open 97
Finalist Masters Cup 98
And more 16 singles titles.

Argentine girl
10-12-2004, 02:51 AM
Thank you very much MajorcanBoy89 for informing us. I think he made a right decision. I don't want him to overuse his body. I want Spain to win the Daviscup more than anything. I wish he will be recovery soon.
Do you ever see Nadal in preson? Is he nice?

10-12-2004, 04:10 AM
Get better soon Carlos...and don't worry, DC 2004 is yours chico!! :kiss:

10-12-2004, 05:59 AM

Get well soon Carlos! Hope I'll be able to see him at the dc final then...

10-12-2004, 07:19 AM
It´s sad to hear that but obviously health is the most important. And I just wish nothing more that the Spain winning DC!!!!!!

10-12-2004, 03:44 PM
i really hope he gets 2 play dc now....and win it obviously

10-12-2004, 05:57 PM
It would be just too cruel if he couldn't play the DC final for the 2nd time due to injury! :sad: Get well soon Carlos!!!!! :hug: :hug: :kiss:

10-12-2004, 07:20 PM
Get well soon Carlitos and good luck in Davis Cup :hug:

10-14-2004, 03:04 PM
get well soon!!:hug:

10-14-2004, 05:30 PM
Hey...I found this (I tried to translate it but isn't very good..sorry. Here is the link in spanish:,2458,546857,00.html )

Moyá, fall in the TMS of Madrid

After spending several reviews in Barcelona to hands of Ángel Ruiz Cotorro, doctor of the Spanish Federation of Tennis, Carlos Moyá has decided already to resign the Masters Series of Madrid for his continued troubles in his straight shoulder. This injury did not allow him to give good results to his maximum level in the first point of the past semi-finals of Davis Cup, beside forcing him to give the alternative to Rafael Nadal on decisive Sunday match with Arnaud Clement.

Moyá, who was exercised yesterday by the first time after several weeks of rest, does not want to risk the putting to point for his third consecutive presence in the Masters Cup and the posterior appointment with the title of the DC. And is that the shoulder of ‘Charly ’ has to be to 100% to December 3 - 5 in the final of Davis Cup against The United States. For it, the disciple of Joan Bosch is considering to erase also of the TMS of Paris, event that is disputed on a kind of carpet, little propitiates for the members of the Spanish ‘Armada ’ .

The Majorcan, in Houston
The injuries of Guillermo Coria and Sebastian Grosjean, which will not return to the tracks until beginning of 2005, place the tennis player inhabitant of the Balearic Islands in the Masters of Houston with a whole of 484 points. Also there are classified Roger Federer, Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt and Gastón Gaudio, the latter as champion of a ‘Grand Slam ’ (Roland Garros), who will end in the ‘top 20 ’ ATP. Though Moyá was advanced in the next dates by his persecutors Tim Henman, Marat Safin or Andre Agassi, the reference is the Argentinian David Nalbandian, who is today to a difference of 211 points of the Majorcan.

Moyá's absence into the TMS of Madrid turns Juan Carlos Ferrero, last champion of the tilt, into the great advantage to the title for the Spanish tennis. Together with him, Tommy Robredo, Rafael Nadal, Feliciano Lopez and Fernando Verdasco. These two Spanish more invited by the organization will join. In case of Lopez, gunboat of the ‘Armada ’, he prepares himself this week in Vienna to overcome the quarters that he reached in Madrid in 2003, and where he had between the strings to Federer. The person from Madrid is motivated specially when he treads on the Rockódromo of the Field house. Also Verdasco, another local idol, wants to extract the thorn of the past edition, when the Chilean Massú eliminated him in the first round.

10-14-2004, 09:24 PM
Thanks for the article :)

10-15-2004, 08:46 AM
thanx:D great article:)

Agassi Fan
10-18-2004, 03:27 PM
Get well soon!!!!!!

10-26-2004, 05:31 PM
Love you still!:p