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Andre in Paris Masters (Bercy)

Agassi Fan
10-24-2004, 08:40 PM
Let's posting and supporing here for Andre!

Agassi Fan
10-24-2004, 08:44 PM
Main draw... cut off at 38 ( as of 20 September )

1 Roger Federer
2 Andy Roddick
3 Lleyton Hewitt
4 Tim Henman
5 Guillermo Coria
6 Carlos Moya
7 Andre Agassi
8 Gaston Gaudio
9 Marat Safin
10 Nicolas Massu
11 Sebastien Grosjean
12 Juan Carlos Ferrero
13 David Nalbandian
14 Rainer Schuettler
15 Andrei Pavel
16 Joachim Johansson
17 Tommy Robredo
18 Dominik Hrbaty
19 Nicolas Kiefer
20 Paradorn Srichaphan
21 Fernando Gonzalez
22 Juan Ignacio Chela
23 Vincent Spadea
24 Gustavo Kuerten
25 Mario Ancic
26 Jiri Novak
27 Ivan Ljubicic
27 Younes El Aynaoui
28 Mardy Fish
29 Taylor Dent
30 Guillermo Canas
31 Feliciano Lopez
32 Tommy Haas
33 Mikhail Youzhny
34 Florian Mayer
35 Luis Horna
36 Fabrice Santoro
37 Jurgen Melzer
38 Fernando Verdasco

39 Michael Llodra
40 Igor Andreev
41 Hicham Arazi
42 Sargis Sargsian
43 Robin Soderling
44 Martin Verkerk
45 Nikolay Davydenko
46 Filippo Volandri
47 Albert Costa
48 Jonas Bjorkman
49 Thomas Johansson
50 Rafael Nadal
51 David Ferrer
52 Sjeng Schalken
53 Mariano Zabaleta
54 Agustin Calleri
55 Tomas Berdych
56 Karol Beck
57 Cyril Saulnier
58 Robby Ginepri
59 Thomas Enqvist
60 Xavier Malisse

Agassi Fan
10-29-2004, 10:32 AM
Only one player won both the French Open and the BNP Paribas Masters: Andre Agassi.

10-29-2004, 07:02 PM
Agassi, the #5 seed, has a first round bye and will face either Tommy Haas or Michael Llodra in the second round with potential showdowns with Tim Henman in the quarters & Andy Roddick in the semis.

Agassi Fan
10-29-2004, 07:06 PM
It's a joke???

10-29-2004, 07:21 PM
It's a joke???

Agassi Fan
10-29-2004, 07:46 PM
Thanks, not bad, if he beats Haas or Llodra.

10-29-2004, 11:33 PM
'Coria and Ferrero out of Paris Masters

Argentina's Guillermo Coria and Spain's Juan Carlos Ferrero pulled out of the Paris Masters on Friday, joining world number one Roger Federer on the casualty list before the last Masters Series tournament of the season.

Coria, fifth in the ATP rankings, has injured a shoulder while former world number one Ferrero pulled out of next week's 2.425 million dollar event with illness.

Australian Lleyton Hewitt and Spain's Carlos Moya, however, who both missed last week's Madrid Masters through injury, will play in the Paris indoor tournament.

Tournament director Alain Riou said on Thursday that the organisers of Masters Series tournaments were "very concerned" with the growing number of top players missing their events.

Federer's withdrawal, however, had been expected after a thigh injury forced him out of the Madrid Masters and the Swiss Indoors event, currently underway in Basel.'

There will be a lot of very interesting matches (Agassi vs Haas, maybe A.A. vs Verdasco :-), Safin vs Ljubicic and hopefully A.A. vs Roddick). It will be hard play to Andre, but he is able to win in Paris. Go Andre!

10-30-2004, 12:13 AM
Currently Andre is seeded by Nr. 5 here!!!

In 2nd Round (he skips 1st) Andre will play vs winner of match:

HAAS, Tommy (GER) vs LLODRA, Michael (FRA)
(see time schedule

P.S. Andre would play vs Haas twice during 1 week?!!!
Too much, Llodra - beat Haas!
:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

10-30-2004, 12:20 AM
Here is Singles Draw on October 30, 2004!

See attached 2 pics

:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

10-30-2004, 12:30 AM
May be that pic is better?

:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

Agassi Fan
10-30-2004, 09:30 AM
May be that pic is better?

:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

Thanks, I will be print this pic.

10-30-2004, 02:26 PM
Tommy or Llodra?? Not too easy. :-((

Agassi Fan
10-30-2004, 03:44 PM
Yes, Haas is very dangerous, 7-6, 7-6 now, but he will play one more match before meet Andre. And this will be the first (!!!) match of Andre.

10-31-2004, 12:19 AM
Yes, Haas is very dangerous, 7-6, 7-6 now, but he will play one more match before meet Andre. And this will be the first (!!!) match of Andre.

Andre will win again!
Do not worry!

First he has to win tomorrow!
:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

10-31-2004, 07:05 AM
Tough draw for Andre, :shout: but he will beat the guys too!!! :rocker:

10-31-2004, 03:57 PM
Two recent withdrawals effect Agassi's quarter of the draw:

On Friday, J. Johansson, the #9 seed, withdrew (viral infection). Spadea was named the #17 seed & took J-Jo's place in the draw; Spadea will be replaced by Mariano Zabaleta.

On Sunday, Carlos Moya, the #4 seed, withdrew (shoulder injury). Tommy Haas was named the #18 seed & took Moya's place in the draw; a qualifier or lucky loser will replace Haas.

Agassi will now face either Michael Llodra or a qualifier/lucky loser in the second round.

11-01-2004, 01:04 AM
Good news, it was enough T. Haas for this year...

:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

Agassi Fan
11-01-2004, 11:21 AM
Andre Agassi, the former world number one, who reached the final of the Stockholm Open on Sunday, has pulled out of the Paris Masters due to a hip injury. As a result, Marat Safin and Tim Henman qualify for the Masters Cup in Houston beginning on 13 November, which you can follow live on Eurosport.

Good bye for Houston too! :-((((

11-01-2004, 12:02 PM
:awww: Andre :sad:

11-01-2004, 01:01 PM
Agassi and Nalbandian pulled out

Paris - 01/11/2004

Andre Agassi
The American legend will not play in Bercy for the second year in a row.

Andre Agassi a déclaré forfait pour le BNP Paribas Masters. L'Américain a simplement fait indiquer aux organisateurs, par son agent, qu'il souffrait de sa blessure récurrente à la hanche droite. Il est remplacé dans le tableau final par le Roumain Victor Hanescu, lucky loser.

David Nalbandian, initialement admis comme tête de série n°8, a également déclaré forfait sans préciser la raison. Il a toutefois indiqué qu'il se ferait examiner dans la journée par le médecin du tournoi, le docteur Bernard Montalvan. Pour sa part, Nalbandian est remplacé dans le tableau final par un autre lucky-loser, l'Italien Davide Sanguinetti.

Andre Agassi has withdrawn from the BNP Paribas Masters. The American had his agent notify the tournament organization that he was suffering from his reoccurring right hip injury. He is replaced in the main draw by Romanian lucky-loser Victor Hanescu.

David Nalbandian, initially N° 8 seed of the BNP Paribas Masters, has also pulled out of the tournament, without providing the organization with an official reason. He has however indicated that he will have the tournament doctor, Bernard Montalvan, examine him today, Monday November 1st.
Nalbandian is replaced in the main draw of the BNP Paribas Masters by Italian lucky-loser Davide Sanguinetti.

My both fav players....
:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

11-02-2004, 11:06 AM
I hope Andre doesn't really get an injury,just becoz he is tired...

11-02-2004, 09:37 PM
I hope Andre doesn't really get an injury,just becoz he is tired...

I also think that Andre doesn't get injury. He needn't go to Paris, so he would like retire...

11-03-2004, 12:07 AM
Roddick defends 'injured' stars
From correspondents in Paris
November 3, 2004
FORMER world No.1 Andy Roddick today leapt to the defence of Paris Masters no-shows Roger Federer and Andre Agassi.

Officials are furious with Agassi's last minute withdrawal, arguing that the lucrative nine-event Masters series was discredited and met to discuss what measures could be taken to stem the crisis.

The gravity of the situation was almost embarrassingly highlighted by the humble figure of Italian journeyman Davide Sanguinetti.

The player ranked 109 in the world had lost in qualifying but was called back as a lucky loser and then fast-tracked into the second round to plug the gap left by Agassi.

Today he took a one-set lead over Sweden's Robin Soderling before eventually running out of steam and losing 4-6 7-6 (8-6) 6-0.

Roddick, the top seed and who skipped the Monte Carlo and Madrid Masters this year, lashed out at those officials who are demanding financial penalties against players who skip the top tournaments.

"In what other sport do you play 11 months of the year?," asked the American.

"I am going to finish my season on December 5 and start next year on January 5. I would rather pull out of an event than injure myself. If they can't understand the way an athlete works, it's too bad."

Directors of four of the five European-based Masters events met here today and decided to press the ATP, the governing body, to introduce sanctions in order to protect the integrity of the events.

They will also meet their American counterparts at the Masters Cup in Houston later this month to discuss what further measures can be taken.

One of the moves being considered, AFP understands, is to attempt to reinstate the end-of-season bonus pool to encourage more players to take part in the Masters events.

Agassi, twice a champion here, told organisers he had injured his right hip in his final defeat in Stockholm at the weekend.

He was immediately joined on the sidelines by Argentina's David Nalbandian, who was to be the eighth seed, who said he had a knee injury.

World No.1 Federer, former French Open champions Carlos Moya and Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain and world No.5 Guillermo Coria of Argentina all pulled out last week leaving five of the world's top 10 missing from this tournament.

Agence France-Presse

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