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02-15-2014 11:18 PM
Re: David News & Articles

A deserved recognition to David Nalbandian and the Legion
In the ATP Buenos Aires, King received a standing ovation along with Jose Acasuso, Juan Ignacio Chela, Agustin Calleri, Mariano Zabaleta and Franco Squillari
Sábado 15 de febrero de 2014 | 16:04

The David Nalbandian , last exponent of the so-called " Legion Argentina " on retiring from tennis , just over three months ago , today received the largest public displays of affection during the tribute to that generation received "golden " that captured titles and accolades worldwide during the last decade.

The " Olé, Olé, Olé , David, David ," was strong in the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club as soon as the nearly 3,500 spectators who came to see the quarterfinals of the ATP Buenos Aires to Cordoba Unquillo distinguished in the hallway that led from the living players to center court .

Nalbandian, ATP Buenos Aires champion in 2008 , he joined with his little daughter Sossie , eight months, and was soon in the arms of a public affection besides its quality tennis always recognized his devotion and commitment to the Davis Cup , which earned him the nickname " King David" .

Besides unquillense were five " Legionnaires " : José Acasuso , Juan Ignacio Chela , Agustin Calleri , Mariano Zabaleta and Franco Squillari .

Acasuso , who came from his native missions , was a finalist in the inaugural tournament in 2001, when he lost the definition with Brazilian Gustavo " Guga " Kuerten , world number one at the time.

Another Cordoba , the " Gordo " Calleri , a finalist in 2002 (lost to Chilean Nicolas Massu ) traveled especially Rio Cuarto, while " Flaco" Chela, a finalist in 2011 ( lost to Spanish Nicolas Almagro ) , Squillari and " Black " Zabaleta residing in different parts of the Federal Capital and usually attend each day of the ATP Buenos Aires .

Absent that apologized for not attending were the "Wizard " Guillermo Coria , champion in 2004 , who argued a compromise in Rosario , and Guillermo Canas , who lives in Miami.

Meanwhile, he waited until the last minute to "Cat " Gaston Gaudio and Mariano Puerta champion and finalist in the 2005 edition of the event , respectively.
02-01-2014 04:23 PM
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The King El Ray, at the wheel: David Nalbandian of Argentina compete in the Championship
In the first year after his retirement, the former player will enter the racing, one of his great passions


El Rey, al volante: David Nalbandian competirá en el Campeonato Argentino de Rally

racket behind the wheel. After retiring from tennis, David Nalbandian of Argentina compete in the Championship this season, according to reports from the organization.

Nalbandian will drive a Chevrolet Agile Maxi Rally prepared by his own team, the Tango Rally Team. The team was founded seasons ago along with other local representative, the dedicated pilot Marcos Ligato.

The experienced navigator Daniel Stillo who will accompany Nalbandian in the right seat, with the idea of ​​bringing their knowledge as co-pilot in the category.
08-12-2013 07:47 PM
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Hope that he play more tournaments than Davis Cup...
08-07-2013 03:40 PM
ne znam ali mozda
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Legend is back on the courts!
07-02-2013 02:58 PM
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Fat Dave
06-11-2013 01:37 AM
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Nació Sossie, la hija de David Nalbandian

El tenista cordobés presenció el parto. El alumbramiento de su mujer, Victoria Bosch,
se realizó en el Sanatorio Allende.
David Nalbandian, el mejor tenista cordobés de todos los tiempos, fue padre por
primera vez. Anoche su mujer, la farmacéutica Victoria Bosch, dio a luz a Sossie
en el Sanatorio Allende Norte, cesárea mediante.

El deportista de 31 años presenció el parto aprovechando la recuperación de la
doble cirugía de hombro y cadera que se realizó a comienzos de mayo en Barcelona.

Mientras se juega Roland Garros, Nalbandian espera recuperarse para volver al
circuito aunque el objetivo principal sigue siendo la serie semifinal de Copa Davis,
cuando el equipo capitaneado por Martín Jaite visite a República Checa en septiembre.

Más allá de esto, el unquillense que ocupa actualmente el 187º puesto de ATP,
había manifestado que esta temporada iba a estar más cerca de la familia y no tan
pendiente del circuito.
Nalbandian witnessed the birth. The birth of his wife, Victoria Bosch, was held
at the Sanatorium Allende.
David Nalbandian Nalbandian the best of all time, became a father for the first
time. Last night his wife, Victoria Bosch pharmaceutical, gave birth to the
Sanatorium Allende Sossie North by cesarean.

The athlete of 31 years witnessed the birth advantage of double recovery of shoulder
and hip surgery that took place in early May in Barcelona.

While playing Roland Garros, Nalbandian hopes to recover to return to the circuit
but the main focus remains the Davis Cup semifinals, when the team led by Martin
Lendl visit Czech Republic in September.

Beyond that, Nalbandian currently occupying the 187th position of ATP, had stated
that this season was going to be closer to the family and not so aware of the circuit.
06-11-2013 01:28 AM
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06-11-2013 01:18 AM
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Originally Posted by lolada_4 View Post
When will Nalbandian back?
David becomes recently a dad - no time for tennis anymore!!!

Ex-Wimbledon finalist David Nalbandian becomes a dad
AFP May 28, 2013, 08.47PM IST

PARIS: Former Wimbledon runner-up David Nalbandian on Tuesday thanked fans for their messages
of congratulation after his wife gave birth to a baby girl, Sossie.

"I am delighted. Last night, Sossie (it is an Armenian name) was born. Both the baby and Vicky are in tip-top condition,
" said the 31-year-old from Cordoba.
May 29, 2013 | Photo By Nina In David Nalbandian, Roland Garros
06-10-2013 04:31 PM
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When will Nalbandian back?
04-09-2013 02:10 AM
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yes, he will play only in Davis Cup doubles,
name Nalbandian is out of all future tournaments of 2013...
buy buy David?
retired in such poor way?

04-06-2013 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by lolada_4 View Post
What tournament will Nalbandian play after Miami?
Davis Cup Viertel-final VS Frankreich
03-21-2013 02:32 PM
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What tournament will Nalbandian play after Miami?
02-21-2013 06:21 AM
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Ranking update for 21 February 2013:
Due to good play in few last matches David moved up by 15 steps. His current position is 78!

15 Rankings Positions Up!
David Nalbandian
78 Current Ranking
02-17-2013 12:47 AM
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Nalbandian exceeds expectations and achieves unprecedented
in Brazil Open Final 2013

Mumbai, January 16 - David Nalbandian arrived in Sao Paulo out of the limelight.
At age 31, without playing a single tournament for 6 months and almost outside the
top 100, its current phase does not entitle him as favorite. However, all it took
was one week playing at a high level - especially in thrilling victory over three-time
champion Nicolas Almagro - to exceed all expectations, including the tennis itself.
"If I were told on Monday that I would arrive at the end, would find it very strange."
For a Ibirapuera Gymnasium with maximum capacity again, the former top 3 in the
world to beat Italian Simone Bolelli with partial 6/3 7/5, going into the history
of Brazil Open as 4th Argentine to play in the decision of ATP Brazil, after
Guillermo Coria (2002), Agustin Calleri (2004) and Guillermo Cañas (2007),
this is the only tennis player from Buenos Aires to join the gallery of champions.
The first finalist for the 2013 Brazil Open says start the game without oscillations,
steady on serve and breaks early in the second game of the match was essential
to take the first step towards decision, scheduled for this Sunday at 13h, while
the doubles final open programming from 11am.
"I had a very good start in the first set, got two quick breaks. In the second set,
I started back in part, lowered the level a bit, but I managed to break back and
keep me focused on my game until the end of the match, "said the current world
number 93, who this week also won the Chilean Jorge Aguilar, the Argentine Guido
Pella and Spaniard Nicolas Almagro.

Regarding the preference for face a lucky loser, as Martin Alund, or the 2005
champion, Rafael Nadal, Nalbandian said that both are complicated rivals to beat.
"I do not pick opponents. Whoever wins the other semifinal certainly arrive in
good condition for a title shot. I think I'll have to play our best and be better
prepared if I want to beat Nadal or Alund, "he said Nalbandian.
02-17-2013 12:44 AM
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16/02/2013 às 19h08
Nalbandian supera as expectativas e alcança final inédita no Brasil Open 2013

São Paulo, 16 de janeiro – David Nalbandian chegou a São Paulo longe dos holofotes. Aos 31 anos, sem jogar um torneio de simples há 6 meses e quase fora do top 100, sua atual fase não lhe credenciava como favorito. No entanto, bastou uma semana jogando em alto nível – especialmente na empolgante vitória sobre o tricampeão Nicolas Almagro – para superar todas as expectativas, inclusive a do próprio tenista. “Se me dissessem na segunda-feira que eu chegaria na final, acharia muito estranho”.

Para um Ginásio do Ibirapuera com lotação máxima mais uma vez, o ex-top 3 do mundo conseguiu bater o italiano Simone Bolelli com parciais de 6/3 7/5, entrando para a história do Brasil Open como 4º argentino a disputar a decisão do ATP brasileiro, depois de Guillermo Coria (2002), Agustin Calleri (2004) e Guillermo Cañas (2007), este o único tenista portenho a entrar para a galeria dos campeões.

O primeiro finalista do Brasil Open 2013 diz que começar a partida sem oscilações, firme no saque e com quebra logo no segundo game da partida foram essenciais para dar o primeiro passo rumo à decisão, programada para este domingo às 13h, enquanto a final de duplas abrirá a programação a partir das 11h.

“Tive um início muito bom no primeiro set, consegui duas quebras rápidas. No segundo set, comecei atrás na parcial, baixei um pouco o nível, mas consegui devolver a quebra e me manter concentrado no meu jogo até o fim da partida”, disse o atual número 93 do mundo, que nesta semana também venceu o chileno Jorge Aguilar, o argentino Guido Pella e o espanhol Nicolas Almagro.

A respeito da preferência por enfrentar um lucky loser, como Martin Alund, ou o campeão da edição 2005, Rafael Nadal, Nalbandian comenta que ambos são rivais complicados de bater. “Não escolho adversário. Quem vencer a outra semifinal com certeza chegará em boas condições para disputar o título. Creio que terei de jogar o melhor possível e estar melhor preparado se eu quiser vencer Nadal ou Alund”, avaliou Nalbandian.
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