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Guillermo wrote yesterday y'all

Guille's Girl
08-10-2004, 01:39 PM
I waited all day yeasterday, all night (got home at 12 last night) and this morning and this isn't translated yet! Man, these translators are slow. Don't they think we wnat to know what Guille said eh? :mad:
"¡Hola a todos de nuevo, esta vez desde España! Quería contarles que este lunes por la mañana me operé de la lesión en el hombro y, según me dijeron los médicos, gracias a Dios la cirugía fue un éxito".

"Les cuento algunos detalles. Como ustedes saben, mi intención era evitar pasar por el quirófano, pero por la mañana, Dr. Angel Ruiz Cotorro, un especialista en este y otro tipo de lesiones, me demostró con los resultados en la mano, que la cirugía era la única alternativa que tenía".

"Una vez que tomé la decisión, el mismo Dr. Cotorro me explicó en detalle en qué consistiría el procedimiento. La operación se llevó a cabo en la clínica Fundación FIATC de Barcelona, y fue realizada por él junto al Dr. Jaume Vilaró, otro de los mejores especialistas de hombro que existen. Entré al quirófano a 11:00 -hora Argentina- y salí una hora y media más tarde".

"Si bien aún estoy un poco atontado, como se imaginarán, me contento que hayamos podido cumplir con este procedimiento, primer paso para mi recuperación y vuelta a las canchas de tenis".

"¿Cuándo será eso? La verdad, es demasiado pronto para dar una fecha exacta, pero los médicos son optimistas y estiman que la recuperación me llevará unos tres meses. Por lo tanto, aún mantengo vivas las chances de jugar el Master de Houston, si es que los punto que tengo hasta ahora me alcanzan".

"Por lo pronto, me darán el alta el jueves y, el viernes, me iré a Estados Unidos. Como no pudo hacer nada por lo menos durante dos semanas, intentaré darle a Carla la luna de miel que no pude regalarle en su momento".

"Tras ese descanso, se que tengo programadas unas entrevistas en Nueva York para unas cadenas norteamericanas. De ahí en adelante, aún no están puntualmente detallados mis próximos pasos, por lo que prefiero no dar una fecha de regreso a la Argentina o a España, a dónde deberé volver en algún momento para hacerme los chequeos correspondientes".

"Una vez más, quiero agradecer a todos por las palabras de aliento y preocupación, empezando por Carla, mi familia y mis amigos, pero siguiendo con los que se tomaron la molestia de escribirme al sitio o a dejar mensajes en los foros".

"Espero que esto pase rápido. Soy optimista y, una vez más, haré todo lo posible por volver a jugar al tenis cuanto antes".


08-10-2004, 01:42 PM
right... apart from his name, i don't know a word

Guille's Girl
08-10-2004, 01:52 PM
Well I translated some of it. Uh, he said the doctor convinced him that there was no other way to fix his shoulder than with surgery so ya. He said he had the surgery yesterday morning, 11 a.m. Argentine time, (that would be 10 in NY right?) and they were done an hour later! Quick. And um, what else did he say..............He said he can't leave the hospital till friday. Then he's gonna come to the US to do some interviews in NY (I think it's gonna be on the Tennis Channel :mad: ) Uh what else. He said he's not gonna be able to do anything tennis wise for a while so he and Carla are finally gonna go on their honeymoon :couple: What else. Oh yeah, docs said recovery could take up to 3 months! Which is much better than 6. And he said thanks to everybody of course.

That's all I know.

08-10-2004, 01:58 PM
thanx:hug:, that's quite a lot of info already!
he's going on honeymoon???? i won't be surprised if their first kid is coming soon ;)

Guille's Girl
08-10-2004, 01:59 PM

08-10-2004, 02:24 PM
Guille's recovering....can't do anything that would cause pressure on his shoulder right? :rolleyes:
[unless its with me of course...;) :devil:]

08-10-2004, 02:32 PM

Guille's Girl
08-10-2004, 02:37 PM
I wonder where they're gonna go....

08-10-2004, 02:45 PM
where in NY will he be giving interviews?
can i get in!!!! :D

Guille's Girl
08-10-2004, 02:51 PM
Hell if I know. I found out everything else. I might get some info. Don't bet your ass though.

08-10-2004, 02:53 PM
no problemo
you efforts are much appreciated :worship:

Guille's Girl
08-10-2004, 03:02 PM

08-10-2004, 06:57 PM
Honeymoon with his shoulder screwed?¿?? My, my, Guille.... :lol:
So glad his surgery touned out well, and he might go to the masters! :)

08-10-2004, 09:29 PM
Guess the Open's a no-go.

He and Carla never had a honeymoon? Sounds like kids are coming...

08-10-2004, 09:45 PM
Here is the translation from his site . . . they finally posted it. . .

Hello everyone again, this time from Spain. I wanted to tell you that this Monday morning I had surgery on the injury in my shoulder, and according to the doctors and thanks God the procedure was successful".

"I'll tell you some details. The operation took place in the FiatC Clinic Foundation of Barcelone and was performed by the Doctor Jaume Vilaró, one of the best shoulder specialists that exist. I entered the operating room at 11.00 -Argentina time- and got out one hour and a half later".

"As you all knew well, I wanted to avoid the surgery, but Dr. Angel Ruiz Cotorro, a great Physician who I trust very much, practiced another study of my shoulder and concluded that surgery was the only permanent solution to my injury".

"Even tough I am a little stunned, as you will imagine, I am happy for having accomplished this procedure. This is the first step towards my recovery and my return to tennis courts".

"When will that be? Honestly, it is too soon to set a date, but doctors are very optimistic and think that the full recovery will take up to three months. Therefore, I still believe that I will be able to play at the Houston Master, as long as the points I have so far are enough".

"For the time being, I will be released from hospital on Thursday and on Friday I will go to the United States of America. Since I can't to anything for at least two weeks I try to give Carla the kind of honeymoon I couldn't give her when we married".

"I have some interviews scheduled in New York for some American chains after this break. From that moment on, I haven't planned my next steps, that's why I don't want to set a date for my returning to Argentina or Spain, where I must return to have the corresponding check-ups done".

"Once again, I want to thank you all for the support and concern words, beginning with Carla, my family and friends, but following with those who took the trouble to write to me".

"I hope this passes quickly. I am optimistic and once again, I will do whatever it takes to be playing tennis soon".


08-10-2004, 11:44 PM
I think that is great Carla diserves a honeymoon and Coria some time to rest from the tour so when he comes back(i wish it could be for the masters at houston) he will kick some ass.

08-11-2004, 12:50 AM
It's just so boring without him to cheer on . . . I would like to know his schedule in NYC . . .

08-11-2004, 02:55 AM
Are you the ones from US living in new york or near-by????

08-11-2004, 04:43 AM
He and Carla never had a honeymoon? Sounds like kids are coming...
hehe, someone agrees with me!!

Therefore, I still believe that I will be able to play at the Houston Master, as long as the points I have so far are enough".

08-11-2004, 12:35 PM
Are you the ones from US living in new york or near-by????

I live in Forest Hills, New York where the US Open used to be played and I am but 20 minutes from from the Tennis Complex at Flushing Meadows.

08-12-2004, 12:23 AM
I don't think Guille and Carla should have kids just yet.

08-12-2004, 11:54 AM
i don't think they are planning to
I think Guille is going to wait until he retires to have kids........didn't we have this discussion before? o_O

Guille's Girl
08-12-2004, 01:24 PM
yes we did....

08-12-2004, 04:15 PM
Are you the ones from US living in new york or near-by????
i live near NY, i would like to go stalk him when he comes for the interview [:devil:]
but as you can see, we have conflicting dates of when he is coming :confused:

Guille's Girl
08-12-2004, 04:33 PM
Wish I could stalk with you :lol: ......I'm serious.....

08-12-2004, 06:14 PM
aw me'd be more fun to have a companion ;)

08-14-2004, 09:02 AM
Aaah! That is sooooo cute! I missed the whole surgery thing and stuff! :bigcry: Oooow! I never should have gone on a vacation...I missed all of you guys so much :sad::hug: *snif*

08-18-2004, 08:00 PM
In the french "Tennis magazine", Coria sait he was not planning to have kids till he'll be nearly 30 years old.

08-18-2004, 08:33 PM
planning to have kids and getting kids is sth different sometimes ;)

08-19-2004, 06:16 AM
In the french "Tennis magazine", Coria sait he was not planning to have kids till he'll be nearly 30 years old.

:eek: he's not planning to have kids till 30 and he planned to have 5....

08-19-2004, 03:11 PM
holy crap! 5?

Guille's Girl
08-19-2004, 06:24 PM
Nah! He was jus' playin!!!

08-20-2004, 12:41 PM
Bet money he wasn't playing . . . latin guys love this dream of a big family and lots of kids running around. Problem is that they aren't the ones who get to endure 9 months of joy (actually I love being pregnant) and then the indescribable beauty of birth (I am less in love with that part of it all). Or changing diapers. Or all that running the house stuff etc. Money or not, Carla is still on the hook for all that. And she doesn't strike me as the mother of five. I am not seeing this. At all. She strikes me as the type who would like two of them and no more. She doesn't come across as hands-on, ya know? And not for nothing, they are both still babies themselves.

08-20-2004, 04:16 PM
:baby: :baby: :baby: :baby: :baby:

Guille's Girl
08-20-2004, 11:06 PM
That means I'm an infant LMAO!!! No jus' kiddin'....