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all US players are out from French Open...

Gigan
05-11-2005, 07:28 PM
will Dre play in French open?



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suus21
05-11-2005, 09:04 PM
why not?
He'll be there soon.

Mary L
05-12-2005, 05:21 AM
Of course he will play!!!

Gigan
05-12-2005, 10:12 AM
i mean- will he "really" play,
or will loose again to noname player in the first round
as he did last year and this month in Germany...
and he shoudn't loose to coria too...

how many presents he will give to such weak players???
they think that they are strong, they could win vs. Andre...
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Shirogane
05-12-2005, 10:28 AM
Andre played well in Rome. I think he tanked in Hamburg, though.

He will have a good run at the FO. Let's just hope he doesn't run into the likes of Coria and Ferrero too early.

suus21
05-12-2005, 11:43 AM
he will play good, that court is fast and if the weather is okay he will kick ass!

Gigan
05-14-2005, 12:25 PM
that's oficcial site:French Open 2005

http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/index.html

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Gigan
05-17-2005, 08:28 PM
Hamburg: Coria's loss to Federer fixes Top 8 Roland Garros Seeds (Exclusive)
Maybe it's the roof. Roger Federer likes playing indoors. Sure, Hamburg is on clay, but it's clay they can cover up (though there was no need on this bright and sunny day). Just the thought of a roof seems to be rendering Federer invincible. Or maybe it's the fact that he's won the event twice. Or just the fact that he'd beaten Guillermo Coria in the final here last year.

Coria started strong in both sets of his quarterfinal against Federer; the #1 seed made some errors to start the match, and that gave Coria an early break -- only to take it back. The second was affected a bit by some goofiness in the stands, allowing Coria to go up a break to 4-3, then 5-4 and serving for the set. And Federer broke back, and they ended up in a tiebreak -- where Federer went down a minibreak, and then won six of the last seven points. 6-4 7-6.

And that meant that the top eight men's seeds are set for Roland Garros.
Federer will be #1, of course. Lleyton Hewitt is #2 if he can play, followed by Andy Roddick, Marat Safin, Rafael Nadal, defending champion Gaston Gaudio, Andre Agassi (7?), Tim Henman, and last year's finalist Coria, who will be stuck at #9 unless someone withdraws.

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Gigan
05-18-2005, 12:10 AM
http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/nav/left/fo1000n6_e.gif http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/home/fo1000g3.jpg

With the start of the French Open six days away...
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Gigan
05-18-2005, 12:16 AM
Andre has arrived !!!

News in brief (II)
By Benjamin Waldbaum
Tuesday, May 17, 2005

The "big boys" hit town (both my boys... ;) )
Some of the best players in the world set foot on the clay of Roland-Garros on Tuesday, and they wasted no time in getting down to work. The American Andre Agassi, who arrived in Paris on Sunday, trained with the Argentine David Nalbandian.


Among the other stars, world number 1 Roger Federer tried to get a feel for the Philippe-Chatrier court, accompanied by his coach Tony Roche. World no. 3 Andy Roddick, meanwhile, put himself through his paces on the Suzanne-Lenglen court, while Russia's Marat Safin fitted in two training sessions on court no. 1, the second against France's Jean-René Lisnard.
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Gigan
05-18-2005, 12:29 AM
first pic from Paris 2005..
first always is not so good...



http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/pics/large/b_agassi_051005.jpg

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Gigan
05-18-2005, 11:55 AM
http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/players/atpa092.jpg


http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/home/fo0000g1.jpg

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Gigan
05-18-2005, 12:06 PM
not good article...

American men face uphill battle
By Pritha Sarkar | May 17, 2005

DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - The American men of the tennis circuit have forgotten how to smile.

"Losing sucks. There is no way around it," world number three Andy Roddick grumbled after suffering his latest defeat at last week's Hamburg Masters.

Roddick's frustration at failing to win a match in the north German city was laid bare for all to see and he was also irritated by the realization that he had been denied some much-needed practice ahead of next week's French Open.

For more than a decade, the all-American smile was a trademark on finals' day at the grand slams as Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Jim Courier and Michael Chang won one major title after another.

From 1989 onwards, the quartet chalked up 27 titles between them and ensured that the United States won at least one slam a season.

When Roddick captured the 2003 U.S. Open crown it appeared the changing of the guard had taken place as scripted.

U.S. DROUGHT

The American juggernaut came to a shuddering halt in 2004, however, as, for the first time in 15 years, the men went home empty-handed from all four grand slam tournaments.

After failing to break the barren run in January's Australian Open, Agassi and Roddick will arrive in Paris on the back of a five-slam U.S. drought.

With both the top-10 players favoring hardcourts over the slow red clay, the chances are that once again it will not be an American smile that will light up the Roland Garros center court on June 5.

With age no longer on Agassi's side, the 35-year-old acknowledges that his body cannot adapt to situations as it used to.

Hence the likelihood of him surviving seven grueling matches, on a surface that can punish the fittest of contenders, appears to be minimal.

"My body doesn't respond well these days," said Agassi, who became the fifth man to win all four grand slam titles with his success in the French capital in 1999.

"It's not the same, the movements, the work that goes into the shot...everything is much more difficult."

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Shirogane
05-19-2005, 05:16 PM
Did Andre play "le Trophée de Paris" ? (It's an exhibition tournament.)

AgassiDomination
05-19-2005, 05:42 PM
Jump over to the RG thread for Dre and wish him luck at this years RG

AWM79
05-19-2005, 06:26 PM
And that meant that the top eight men's seeds are set for Roland Garros.
Federer will be #1, of course. Lleyton Hewitt is #2 if he can play, followed by Andy Roddick, Marat Safin, Rafael Nadal, defending champion Gaston Gaudio, Andre Agassi (7?), Tim Henman, and last year's finalist Coria, who will be stuck at #9 unless someone withdraws.

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Hewitt has withdrawn today, so Andre should be up to 6.

Peyton
05-19-2005, 06:53 PM
I knew Hewitt would not be able to play because of his rib injury. There is too much sliding and movment needed on clay. I just hope Andre moving up in the ranking will help him in the draw and matches.

cedez
05-19-2005, 07:04 PM
Will it really make much difference if Andre is seeded 6 or7? As long as he is in the top 8, he should get at least a reasonably decent draw, right??? Hewitt isn't much of a threat on clay, so I don't think he'll be missed all that much. Not like he would be if he pulled out of Wimbledon.

Gigan
05-19-2005, 09:39 PM
Clay can test steadiest of nerves: Agassi- ‘Sometimes you may hit four great shots and still lose the point’
http://www.telegraphindia.com/1050519/images/19agassi.jpg
Paris: Pete Sampras proved you don’t have to behave like John McEnroe to win but, as legendary street-fighter Jimmy Connors says, it’s not just shot-making that wins matches.

And Andre Agassi, who allowed the 30-year-old Andres Gomez to outwit him as a 20-year-old in the 1990 Roland Garros final before triumphing nine years later, agrees clay court tennis can test the steadiest nerves.

“Sometimes you hit four great shots and still lose the point,” he warns.

So when mind games start at Roland Garros next Monday, can the likes of Amelie Mauresmo or Tim Henman avoid falling off the pace when the pressure is greatest?

Connors says what he misses most is the mind games.

“Figuring out a way to win matches from four-all in the fifth set, where it’s about more than just tennis, where you have to fight the outside elements and inside demons,” is what the American believes is required to win at the top.

“You have to fight to overcome a person who is as good as, if not better than you.”

And he relishes his legendary rivalry with McEnroe and Bjorn Borg.

“He might have been churning inside but he would not let that out,” he said of Borg.

“McEnroe and I, it was who was going to butt heads the hardest.”

Just who of Borg and McEnroe was the greatest is difficult to say. They both played each other 14 times between 1987 and 1991, winning seven matches apiece.

Borg won 62 singles titles, including Wimbledon five times consecutively and the French Open six times.

McEnroe won 83 singles titles, including seven Grand Slams.

But Borg, the greatest athlete tennis has seen, survived a potentially devastating fourth set tie-breaker to beat the immensely-talented McEnroe in the 1980 Wimbledon final.

McEnroe took that tie-breaker 18-16 after saving five match points but the American could win only three points against serve in the fifth set and at 7-6 the Swede unleashed two superb returns to win his fifth — and last — Wimbledon title.

But seven-time Grand Slam winner Mats Wilander says you don’t always have to play your best to win.

“You can try to figure out a way that’s going to make the other guy play worse,” he says.

Connors and McEnroe were masters at winding up opponents.

But boxing legend Muhammad Ali was probably better at hitting a raw nerve. Connors would approve of that.

And former Australia Test cricket captain Steve Waugh proved you have to have mental toughness to win.

And the never-say-die player also believed sledging or “mental disintegration” was “all part of the game”.

But Connors feels the gladiatorial aspect of tennis makes it the most demanding. “It’s everything-right-there-in-your face. You are what you are.”

So is Mauresmo, who climbed to No.1 in the world for a couple of weeks last year without winning a Grand Slam, just too nice?

Her new mentor, Yannick Noah, the first Frenchman to win Roland Garros in 37 years when he triumphed in 1983, admits the difference between winning and losing is paper thin.

“Everybody knows the French have a problem with winning,” he says ominously.

(AFP
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Gigan
05-19-2005, 10:01 PM
New pics from Paris:

Paris, FRANCE: US Andre Agassi (L) talks to his coach during their friendly tennis match versus US Cecil Mamiit, 18 May 2005 at the Roland-Garros stadium in Paris, five days before the start of the French Open 2005.

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Gigan
05-19-2005, 10:04 PM
more pics

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Gigan
05-19-2005, 10:26 PM
this one from rg site

http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/pics/large/b_h_agassi_19_galerie01.jpg


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Gigan
05-19-2005, 10:31 PM
this is also Dre...
his feets

http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/pics/thumbs/t_h_agassi_19_galerie01.jpg

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Peyton
05-19-2005, 11:46 PM
Thanks for the new article and pix.

Gigan
05-19-2005, 11:50 PM
New pics from Paris:

Paris, FRANCE: US Andre Agassi (L) talks to his coach during their friendly tennis match versus US Cecil Mamiit, 18 May 2005 at the Roland-Garros stadium in Paris, five days before the start of the French Open 2005.



Andre looks motivated? !!!
Go Andre! Win RG!!!
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terradimezzo100
05-20-2005, 02:20 PM
USA's Andre Agassi changes his shoes during a practice session at the Roland Garros stadium, Friday May 20, 2005 in Paris. The French Open Tennis starts Monday May 23.
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terradimezzo100
05-20-2005, 02:21 PM
Andre Agassi from the U.S. returns the ball during a practice session at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris Friday May 20, 2005. The French Tennis Open starts Monday May 23
:) :) :) :wavey:

MisterQ
05-20-2005, 02:42 PM
The draw is out!!

Andre's draw is pretty good, although everyone could be dangerous for him on this surface.

Here's Andre's Quarter:


6-Andre Agassi (E-U)-Qualifié

Jonas Bjorkman (Suè)-Igor Andreev (Rus)

Arnaud Clément (Fra)-Alexander Popp (All)

Ivo Karlovic (Cro)-28-Nicolas Kiefer (All)

24-Feliciano Lopez (Esp)-Paul-Henri Mathieu (Fra)

Qualifié-Santiago Ventura (Esp)

Albert Montanes (Esp)-Sargis Sargsian (Arm)

Gaël Monfils (Fra)-9-Guillermo Canas (Arg)

13-Ivan Ljubicic (Cro)-Mariano Puerta (Arg)

Qualifié-Qualifié

Qualifié-Qualifié

Qualifié-22-Nicolas Massu (Chili)

27-Filippo Volandri (Ita)-Cyril Saulnier (Fra)

Greg Rusedski (G-B)-Qualifié

Jose Acasuso (Arg)-Max Mirnyi (Bié)

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Fra)-2-Andy Roddick (E-U)

Agassi Fan
05-20-2005, 04:45 PM
Andreev in the second round...

Go Andre!

Gigan
05-20-2005, 06:23 PM
big versions

http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20050520/capt.rog10205201230.france_tennis_french_open_rog1 02.jpg

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Gigan
05-20-2005, 06:27 PM
http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20050520/capt.rog10105201229.france_tennis_french_open_rog1 01.jpg

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Gigan
05-20-2005, 06:33 PM
VERDICT

Continues to defy his years and turn in top-quality performances. However, it is now more than two years since he reached a Grand Slam final and the facts suggest Agassi is struggling against the real cream of the crop. It's even harder for the 35-year-old on the physically-demanding clay, although Agassi looked in good nick in Rome recently where he made the last four. As one of the all-time greats, it's hard to write Agassi off, but there look more likely winners.

http://www.sportinglife.com/images/tennis/profiles/140allsportagassi2004.jpg

TEN-YEAR GRAND SLAM HISTORY
-------------- 05 04 03 02 01 00 99 98 97 96
Australian Open QF SF W -- W W 4R 4R -- SF
French Open - --1R QF QF QF 2R W 1R - 2R
Wimbledon - - 4R 2R SF SF RU 2R -- 1R
US Open - ----QF SF RU QF 2R W 4R 4R SF

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Gigan
05-21-2005, 12:38 PM
http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/home/fo0000g1.jpg

two days to go...

Go Andre!


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Deboogle!.
05-21-2005, 04:44 PM
The qualifiers have been placed - Andre will play Jarkko Nieminen

Gigan
05-21-2005, 08:58 PM
http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/pics/large/b_v_museum_21_galerie08.jpg

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Gigan
05-21-2005, 09:06 PM
Andre Agassi: "My first match will be crucial"

http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/pics/thumbs/t_v_museum_21_galerie08.jpg

Last year I didn't play on clay before Roland Garros and the consequences were terrible. I changed my preparation this year and focussed on hitting the ball cleanly and moving well. I don't want to experience the same vulnerability this year. My experience tells me that practice only gives you an indication as to the overall quality of your game. It is very difficult to reproduce your practice game in competition. The first round will be crucial as it will enable me to take stock of my game. Roland Garros is a very demanding tournament. What you need here is discipline and good shot selection as the rallies tend to be long and drawn-out.

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MisterQ
05-22-2005, 04:28 AM
The qualifiers have been placed - Andre will play Jarkko Nieminen

Wow, that's rather tough as far as qualifiers go! :eek:

But Andre can do it. :yeah:

Gigan
05-22-2005, 07:36 PM
http://us.news2.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20050521/capt.sge.rhw25.210505135605.photo00.photo.default-384x237.jpg

http://us.news2.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20050520/capt.rog10205201230.france_tennis_french_open_rog1 02.jpg

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Gigan
05-22-2005, 07:43 PM
http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/afp/20050521/capt.sge.rjk95.210505184655.photo00.photo.default-380x275.jpg

http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050522/i/r2033323771.jpg

Andre Agassi of the U.S. trains at Roland Garros stadium in Paris May 22, 2005.The French Open tennis tournament will start on May 23, 2005.



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suus21
05-22-2005, 08:47 PM
Andre has an easy first round. Nieminen can't play on clay..no worry

hythger
05-22-2005, 09:47 PM
come on Andre!!!!!
one more title!!!

Gigan
05-23-2005, 12:51 AM
Men
Seed Player ----Opponent -----------Round
1 Roger Federer vs. Dudi Sela RND 1
2 Andy Roddick vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga RND 1
3 Marat Safin vs. Raemon Sluiter RND 1
4 Rafael Nadal vs. Lars Burgsmuller RND 1
5 Gaston Gaudio vs. Julien Benneteau RND 1
6 Andre Agassi vs. Jarkko Nieminen RND 1
7 Tim Henman vs. Juan Pablo Brzezicki RND 1
8 Guillermo Coria vs. Kenneth Carlsen RND 1
9 Guillermo Canas vs. Gael Monfils RND 1
10 David Nalbandian vs. Marcos Baghdatis RND 1

Go Andre & David!!!
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Gigan
05-23-2005, 12:52 AM
Andre will play on May 24, 2005!

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Agassi Fan
05-23-2005, 08:17 AM
Go Andre!
I hope he will play the first match!

Gigan
05-23-2005, 12:03 PM
http://www.rolandgarros.com/images/pics/large/b_h_agassi_18_galerie06.jpg


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Gigan
05-23-2005, 12:14 PM
Agassi in running


Veteran looks good in practice, has favorable draw

By Charles Bricker
Staff Writer
Posted May 23 2005


PARIS · It wasn't just the zing that was in Andre Agassi's strokes during practice the past four days. It was also the consistent basso profundo sound of a ball being hit on the sweetest of sweet spots on his strings.

"I'm striking the ball right now as well as ever," Agassi said two days ago as he began the countdown to his opening match Tuesday against one of the fastest men on the ATP Tour, qualifier Jarkko Nieminen.

"I really have nothing to complain about, nothing I can feel concerned about," Agassi said.

"I'm as excited to be competing here as I've ever been, which is a great feeling for me, especially at this stage."

At 35, most consider Agassi a long shot to repeat his French Open triumph of 1999, but he can't be discounted here.

His preparation has been good: A first-round loss in the chilly conditions at Hamburg two weeks ago wasn't impressive, but he had a semifinal finish at Rome.

And there is his friendly draw, with Guillermo Canas and Ivan Ljubicic the two most dangerous competitors in his quadrant.

As well as practice has gone, however, Agassi seems very guarded.

"Experience tells me that regardless where you're at, prepare yourself for something to not quite feel that way," he said.

"If you're practicing great, it doesn't mean you're going to go out on the court and feel great initially. I think practice is more a reflection of where your game is overall, but it takes some time before it really translates into a match."
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I♥PsY@Mus!c
05-23-2005, 12:25 PM
Best of luck to Andre! :rocker2:

Gigan
05-23-2005, 04:57 PM
Shocks in store on Super Tuesday
By Christian Lacaze
Monday, May 23, 2005

The second day at the 2005 French Open sees three crowd favourites - Andre Agassi, Gustavo Kuerten and Gaël Monfils - take to the courts at Roland Garros. Three of the women tipped for the title also take their bow: Maria Sharapova, Justine Henin-Hardenne and Amélie Mauresmo. All will need to be on their toes against talented opponents with nothing to lose.


Andre Agassi (6) - Jarkko Nieminen
Now 35, Andre Agassi is appearing at the French Open for the 17th time in his long, virtually unparalleled career. The legendary American continues to make light of the passage of time and can still legitimately hope to win a second French Open title. Semi-finalist in the ATP Masters Series event in Rome, the American arrives in Paris in far better shape than last year, when he was shocked by little-known Frenchman Jérome Haehnel. First round opponent Jarkko Nieminen is not here just to make up the numbers though. Not yet 24, the Finn reached the last sixteen in 2003 but suffered a broken wrist in 2004 that kept him out for 11 weeks and sent him plummeting down the rankings. "Jakke" finds himself 95th in the world but is battling back to form, as proved by his stroll through qualifying last week. The only time the two have met previously was on hard-court in Miami in 2003 when Agassi won 6-2 6-0. The score should be a lot closer this time around.
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Gigan
05-23-2005, 05:55 PM
Clay dreams mean
start of year

http://www.nydailynews.com/ips_rich_content/158-agassi_andre.JPG

Andre Agassi, aging Zen master: Agassi won't admit this is his last go-round through the majors, but it's hard to imagine otherwise. At age 35, he's still competitive in almost every match. He's 22-8 this season, but hasn't won a tournament this year or a major since the Australian Open in 2003. We'd all love for Agassi to go out with a big victory, but he would need a lot of help (Marat Safin knocks out Federer, Lleyton Hewitt knocks out Roddick, etc.) and it would have to be on hardcourt. We'll check out the brackets at the U.S. Open.
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Gigan
05-23-2005, 11:06 PM
CHATRIER 11:00 Start


Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Conchita Martinez (ESP) vs. Justine Henin-Hardenne (BEL)[10]

followed by
Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Andre Agassi (USA)[6] vs. Jarkko Nieminen (FIN)

Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Evie Dominikovic (AUS) vs. Amelie Mauresmo (FRA)[3]

Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) vs. Andy Roddick (USA)[2]
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betbull
05-24-2005, 11:42 AM
hi ..

i think is a easy one for andre to win this one ..

cheers
john

hythger
05-24-2005, 01:13 PM
Apparently not as easy as we thought it would be!
Still, I believe in our boy 100%

Golfnduck
05-24-2005, 02:06 PM
Andre just won the 3rd 8-6 in the TB. He hit some incredible shots :yeah: Hopefully he rolls in the 4th.

MisterQ
05-24-2005, 03:04 PM
very sad day for Andre and his fans :sad: :bigcry:

But it was decent of him to play out the match for Nieminen and the crowd.

guida
05-24-2005, 03:35 PM
Yes, really sad; the last 2 sets were really painful to watch... :sad: but very brave of him to stand there for 3 hours. :clap2:

RainbowDiva2000
05-24-2005, 03:45 PM
That was the hardest match of his i have ever had to watch, i am very proud that he continued to play through the injury without a trainer being called and without defaulting. I hope the injury isn't too serious and that he gets well soon and plays well for Wimbledon.

Amy

Gigan
05-24-2005, 04:40 PM
will Dre play in French open?


Now you can understand my first question here...
Very sorry for Andre!

clock counting against his active tennis life...
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Agassi Fan
05-24-2005, 04:55 PM
Yes, really sad; the last 2 sets were really painful to watch... :sad: but very brave of him to stand there for 3 hours. :clap2:

The whole match was painful to watch. :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad:

Gigan
05-24-2005, 05:21 PM
Andre!
We are with you!!!
http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20050524/capt.rog15905241601.france_tennis_french_open_rog1 59.jpg
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alfonsojose
05-24-2005, 05:23 PM
Rest for Wimby and don't play at Queens if it hurts that much :sad:

Neely
05-25-2005, 01:10 AM
I'm feeling with Andre, it was sad to see him being physically handicapped like that in what could have been his last French Open :sad:

I♥PsY@Mus!c
05-25-2005, 04:12 AM
Feel very sorry for him. :tears: But he is so brave,he is the best! :worship:
Have to take a longer rest. :)

Peyton
05-25-2005, 04:24 AM
Too bad about Andre and him being really injured. I wish him well and hope he can recover enough to play at the other big events this year.

Gigan
05-25-2005, 03:01 PM
I'm feeling with Andre, it was sad to see him being physically handicapped like that in what could have been his last French Open :sad:

we do not believe you! your'e not friendly to Andre...
we hope Andre will be OK soon!!!

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Gigan
05-26-2005, 06:12 PM
all US players are out :

first Andre & Fish, now
Spadea, Roddick & Blake...
Paris does not "like" US players?


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Irish
05-27-2005, 02:03 AM
I was very shocked when I heard Andre lost. Been working so much...now seeing the comments of why. I had really hoped he would win the title. :sad:

I hope whatever treatment he receives he will feel great and win more titles.:kiss: :hearts:

I am very shocked about the others too. :sad:

Agassi Fan
05-27-2005, 10:37 AM
all US players are out :

first Andre & Fish, now
Spadea, Roddick & Blake...
Paris does not "like" US players?


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:wavey: Andre Agassi forever :wavey:

I don't care the other US players, only Andre.
I like Blake too, but that's all.