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Federer vs. Argentina

ltaravilse
01-31-2007, 07:19 AM
Does anybody know Federer's record against Argentinian players?

rdiego
01-31-2007, 09:20 AM
check out the link below

jayjay
01-31-2007, 09:29 AM
Does anybody know Federer's record against Argentinian players?

Federer 8 Nalbandian 6
Federer 0 Calleri 0
Federer 2 Acasuso 0
Federer 5 Gaudio 0
Federer 4 Chela 0
Federer 0 Del Potro 0
Federer 0 Monaco 0
Federer 0 Vassallo Arquello 0
Federer 0 Roitman 0
Federer 1 Canas 1
Federer 1 Hartfield 0
Federer 0 Berlocq 0
Federer 3 Coria 0
Federer 0 Guzman 0
Federer 0 Juanqueira 0
Federer 3 Zabaleta 1
Federer 0 Squillari 2

As you can see, Franco owns Federer, it's a shame he wasn't born 5/6 years later than he was. :)

Action Jackson
01-31-2007, 09:33 AM
Vamos Franco.

El Legenda
02-03-2007, 11:31 PM
27-10

ltaravilse
02-04-2007, 03:03 PM
Federer 0 - Lucas Arnold 1
I don't know if another Argentine player has played against Federer so it might be 27 - 11

Corey Feldman
02-05-2007, 02:37 AM
franco owned fed in the old days...

where is he now? fed needs revenge on his ass.

and Hrbaty and Carlsen.

MarcelaTauro
02-05-2007, 11:52 AM
Federer 8 Nalbandian 6
Federer 0 Calleri 0
Federer 2 Acasuso 0
Federer 5 Gaudio 0
Federer 4 Chela 0
Federer 0 Del Potro 0
Federer 0 Monaco 0
Federer 0 Vassallo Arquello 0
Federer 0 Roitman 0
Federer 1 Canas 1
Federer 1 Hartfield 0
Federer 0 Berlocq 0
Federer 3 Coria 0
Federer 0 Guzman 0
Federer 0 Juanqueira 0
Federer 3 Zabaleta 1
Federer 0 Squillari 2

As you can see, Franco owns Federer, it's a shame he wasn't born 5/6 years later than he was. :)

:wavey: :yeah:

Corey Feldman
02-05-2007, 01:58 PM
typical stupid argentines...
a couple of your journeymen have a few wins over fedex and you think you rule the world
:rolleyes:

Sjengster
02-05-2007, 03:06 PM
The Squirrel was the last lefty to beat Federer before Nadal, I believe, in Sydney at the start of 2003 when Federer was defending champion. I think he had an injury worry at the time which put him in doubt for the AO the following week, but ultimately he was able to play. Lucas Arnold, of course, was Federer's very first ATP opponent as a wildcard in Gstaad in 1998.

lau
02-05-2007, 09:44 PM
typical stupid argentines...
a couple of your journeymen have a few wins over fedex and you think you rule the world
:rolleyes:

and you take it seriously?! :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

and there´s no doubt that we, typical stupid argentines, rule the world :silly:

Corey Feldman
02-05-2007, 09:48 PM
dont be such a typical argentine Lau :rolleyes:
silly girl :rolleyes:

lau
02-05-2007, 09:50 PM
dont be such a typical argentine Lau :rolleyes:
silly girl :rolleyes:

awww, you know me so well :D ;)

Corey Feldman
02-05-2007, 09:54 PM
;)

what is Hewitt vs Argentina?

that is more interesting
:p

lau
02-05-2007, 10:08 PM
:p

He didn´t play against the ones I didn´t post. :scratch: I´m probably missing someone...

0-1 Zabaleta, Mariano :lol:
3-3 Gaudio, Gaston
1-1 Acasuso, Jose
3-2 Chela, Juan Ignacio
3-1 Nalbandian, David
5-2 Cañas, Guillermo
1-0 Calleri, Agustin
1-0 Squillari, Franco :sad: ;)

Corey Feldman
02-05-2007, 10:14 PM
that looks how i remember it...
i remember his great matches v canas at RG, a tie break.

and cagon Nalbandi at the AO, his best friend;)

shotgun
02-05-2007, 11:19 PM
:p

He didnīt play against the ones I didnīt post. :scratch: Iīm probably missing someone...

0-1 Zabaleta, Mariano :lol:
3-3 Gaudio, Gaston
1-1 Acasuso, Jose
3-2 Chela, Juan Ignacio
3-1 Nalbandian, David
5-2 Caņas, Guillermo
1-0 Calleri, Agustin
1-0 Squillari, Franco :sad: ;)

2-0 Coria, Guillermo

lau
02-05-2007, 11:28 PM
:lol: I didn´t paste that one?

ExcaliburII
02-10-2007, 12:24 AM
Hewitt-Etlis 0-1

jayjay
02-16-2007, 01:54 PM
Hewitt-Etlis 0-1

:lol: But that was at challenger level. We'll take it though.

Snowwy
02-18-2007, 11:50 PM
Hewitt vs.

Mariano Puerta 1-0
Martin Rodriguez 1-1

HKz
03-01-2007, 10:16 AM
Even if Franco and Federer were born in the same generation, Federer would be on top. Federer in his early days had a problem against big hitters (Nalbandian/Ancic/etc). Now he can just block like what he did to Ancic in Wimbledon and against Roddick like everywhere.

jayjay
03-01-2007, 02:40 PM
Even if Franco and Federer were born in the same generation, Federer would be on top.

...because I was being serious, wasn't I?

Hendu
03-12-2007, 09:26 PM
Caņas 2-1 Federer

;)

Corey Feldman
03-13-2007, 02:42 AM
Typical Canas... kills all my faves... always Henman, nowadays - Fed.

maybe he can add Nadal to his list on clay soon.

ExcaliburII
03-29-2007, 12:58 AM
Cañas 3-1 Federer :D

Medina
03-30-2007, 08:23 AM
go Cañas he has an ability that other players done

"knows how to beat federer"

Hendu
04-26-2007, 05:11 AM
As of April 26th 2007.

Federer vs.

2-0 Acasuso, Jose
0-1 Arnold Ker, Lucas
1-3 Caņas, Guillermo
4-0 Chela, Juan Ignacio
3-0 Coria, Guillermo
5-0 Gaudio, Gaston
1-0 Hartfield, Diego
8-6 Nalbandian, David
0-2 Squillari, Franco
3-1 Zabaleta, Mariano

Federer 27 - Argentina 13

Federer won 67,5% of the matches, Argentina 32,5%.

Not that bad.

*I didn't count the matches of futures, satellites, challengers and junior tournaments, where he played against many Argentine players.

Hendu
04-26-2007, 08:35 PM
Nadal vs.

2-0 Acasuso, Jose
3-1 Calleri, Agustin
2-0 Canas, Guillermo
3-1 Chela, Juan Ignacio
4-1 Coria, Guillermo
1-0 Del Potro, Juan Martin
3-3 Gaudio, Gaston
1-0 Monaco, Juan
4-0 Puerta, Mariano
1-0 Squillari, Franco
1-0 Vassallo Arguello, Martin

Nadal 25 - Argentina 6

Nadal won 80,6% of the matches, Argentina 19,3%.

This is bad...

shotgun
04-27-2007, 02:29 AM
Nadal won 80,6% of the matches, Argentina 19,3%.

This is bad...

Most Argentine players match up well to Nadal. I think that, out of the current group, Calleri is the one with the better chances against him. Gaudio at his best could do it, and Del Potro will be a good challenger if he keep his improving his serve and the consistency of his groundstrokes.

Hendu
04-27-2007, 02:53 AM
Most Argentine players match up well to Nadal. I think that, out of the current group, Calleri is the one with the better chances against him. Gaudio at his best could do it, and Del Potro will be a good challenger if he keep his improving his serve and the consistency of his groundstrokes.

Those three players have the backhand as their best/more solid shot.

Well, I think Puerta being a lefty and an attacking clay court player, with a "complete" game, also should match up well with Nadal. (too bad the record doesn't show this... :lol:)

And I guess a fit Nalbandian too, at least on faster surfaces.


But being Nadal as good as he is, they need more than matching up well...

GlennMirnyi
04-28-2007, 01:37 AM
Those three players have the backhand as their best/more solid shot.

Well, I think Puerta being a lefty and an attacking clay court player, with a "complete" game, also should match up well with Nadal. (too bad the record doesn't show this... :lol:)

And I guess a fit Nalbandian too, at least on faster surfaces.


But being Nadal as good as he is, they need more than matching up well...

:haha: :haha:

ExcaliburII
04-29-2007, 12:11 AM
Nadal 0 - Roitman 2

Hendu
05-01-2007, 07:08 AM
Nadal 0 - Roitman 2

:lol:

GlennMirnyi
05-03-2007, 03:31 AM
Nadal 0 - Roitman 2

:hatoff:

Tennis-Engineer
11-04-2007, 03:41 PM
As of April 26th 2007.

Federer vs.

2-0 Acasuso, Jose
0-1 Arnold Ker, Lucas
1-3 Caņas, Guillermo
4-0 Chela, Juan Ignacio
3-0 Coria, Guillermo
5-0 Gaudio, Gaston
1-0 Hartfield, Diego
8-6 Nalbandian, David
0-2 Squillari, Franco
3-1 Zabaleta, Mariano

Federer 27 - Argentina 13







Until November 4th 2007.

Federer vs.

2-0 Acasuso, Jose
0-1 Arnold Ker, Lucas
2-3 Caņas, Guillermo
4-0 Chela, Juan Ignacio
3-0 Coria, Guillermo
2-0 Del Potro, J M
5-0 Gaudio, Gaston
1-0 Hartfield, Diego
8-8 Nalbandian, David
0-2 Squillari, Franco
3-1 Zabaleta, Mariano

Federer 30 - 15 Argentina

Tennis-Engineer
11-04-2007, 05:30 PM
Nadal vs.

2-0 Acasuso, Jose
3-1 Calleri, Agustin
2-0 Canas, Guillermo
3-1 Chela, Juan Ignacio
4-1 Coria, Guillermo
1-0 Del Potro, Juan Martin
3-3 Gaudio, Gaston
1-0 Monaco, Juan
4-0 Puerta, Mariano
1-0 Squillari, Franco
1-0 Vassallo Arguello, Martin

Nadal 25 - Argentina 6

Nadal won 80,6% of the matches, Argentina 19,3%.

This is bad...


And with these 2 victories Nalbandian had against Nadal Argentina record against Nadal gets better.:)

Tennis-Engineer
09-15-2009, 01:11 PM
After US Open 2009:

Federer vs.

5-0 Acasuso, Jose
0-1 Arnold Ker, Lucas
3-3 Caņas, Guillermo
4-0 Chela, Juan Ignacio
3-0 Coria, Guillermo
6-1 Del Potro, J M
5-0 Gaudio, Gaston
2-0 Hartfield, Diego
10-8 Nalbandian, David
0-2 Squillari, Franco
3-1 Zabaleta, Mariano

Federer 41 - 16 Argentina

Corey Feldman
09-15-2009, 04:55 PM
98 USO Jun final loss to Nalbandian
03 loss to him again
09 loss to JMDP

they are causing him pain, thats for sure

GustavoM_Fan
09-15-2009, 06:26 PM
Shanghai Masters Cup 2005, MS Madrid and MS Paris 2007 were good too

FiBeR
09-22-2009, 03:00 PM
Argentina won the big matches when counted against Federer :D

TMC 2005 F Nalbandian d. Federer
USO 2009 F Del Potro d. Federer


Federer only beat Coria on Hamburg TMS F.

GS > TMC > TMS

that's what counts :D

HKz
09-23-2009, 02:35 PM
Argentina won the big matches when counted against Federer :D

TMC 2005 F Nalbandian d. Federer
USO 2009 F Del Potro d. Federer


Federer only beat Coria on Hamburg TMS F.

GS > TMC > TMS

that's what counts :D

But ironically he has more Grand Slams than all tennis players from Argentina have combined which is like what, 6?