08-02-2003, 12:27 AM
It's all just exercise from here.
Who's going to beat him?
Hidalgo? Yeah right
Ferrer? No, this is not Ferrero
Horna? I think not
08-02-2003, 07:19 AM
Maybe Horna will win set. :D
He was amazing against Hrbaty but to win set with Coria he have to play 200 % .
08-02-2003, 05:13 PM
I think they all have a shot at beating him. Remmeber he has played for almost 3 weeks straight, with no break. He must be tired, and with his style of game tiredness means he cant run things down like he normally does. So definitely the others have a chance.
08-02-2003, 08:19 PM
Currently Coria slicing up Horna 6/2 4-0
08-02-2003, 11:10 PM
Well Guillermo is my absolute favourite player and I REALLY hope he wins this one too, but I don't think we should all take it for granted. A Polish friend of mine who is in Sopot at the moment, tells me that Guille is looking very tired and not playing as well as he was in Stuttgart (not at all surprising when you consider how much he has played in the past 3 weeks), and despite his totally awesome performances this Summer he is still only a human being and can have "off-days" too! . Also we shouldn't under-estimate Horna who I saw demolishing Roger Federer at Roland Garros in May.
So good luck to Guille, but I will be proud of him whatever the result :)
I was in Sopot all week and he wasn't tired. Maybe he didn't play like in Germany but he is very solid. His oponents weren't very good so he didn't play 100%.