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04-11-2009 05:35 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

I think he really likes Estoril and he is receiving a good fee for being there (also he won there... two times?).

He could also skip Barcelona, but: is there a rule that you must play at least four IS5000?

I agree, playing 5 tournaments in a row is too much! But maybe will help him to get focus now that he is being trained by Lobo.
03-21-2009 07:28 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

I really hope David is placed In Mugboar's quarter. I truly believe that if he is fit, he can stomp on Mugboar like no other.
03-21-2009 02:20 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

Absolutely, David should skip estoril...if not he's going to be too tired for RG and his goal is to win a GS not to win Estoril...
03-21-2009 12:47 AM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

Play 6 tours during clay..., hope that makes him fit for a long time
03-20-2009 06:57 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

David should skip Estoril. It's just an MM tournament that is not worth going to.
03-18-2009 02:03 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

David is also on MC website player's list...
What a busy schedule indeed. I wonder if he will really play Estorill..He could be very tired for Roland Garros
03-18-2009 10:26 AM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

David is on Barccelona's website player's list so it's sure he will play Barcelona
03-12-2009 10:16 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

Yeah I wouldn't use that as a reliable source. I think last year it just mainly listed all the Masters events, GS events and Davis Cup ties, and I know some people mistakenly read it as him not choosing to play anything or pulling out of events. What's with having the schedule of events that are not entirely confirmed, but not those of which are, and those in the near future?
03-12-2009 06:54 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

The "schedule" section is up on the official site again. Basically just listing all the Slams, the Masters events (including Monte Carlo) and the Davis Cup weeks. Plus, not surprisingly perhaps, Queen's Club, Stockholm, Vienna and Basel. Nothing about Barcelona, nor about another Open 500 tournament. Then again, that doesn't mean anything. Given how accurate and up-to-date that list has been in the past...
(Apart from that, the dates it gives for the Paris and Shanghai Masters are completely wrong. )
03-10-2009 10:23 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

If really plays both Monte Carlo and Barcelona, that'll be a pretty ambitious schedule.
Playing all the big clay court events plus Estoril and only having two weeks off from here to Roland Garros... But in case he thinks he's up for this then that would be a good sign, I guess.
03-10-2009 09:39 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

The entry list for Barcelona has come out, and seems like he will play that as well.

Also, an unofficial entry list has come out for Monte Carlo (I don't know how reliable this is) suggesting that he will be playing that as well.

Although officially, the entry list comes out on March 16th so we'll know then for sure.
02-07-2009 12:39 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

Will David play Monte Carlo ???
02-06-2009 08:18 AM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

David play Estoril instead of Barcelona?
01-04-2009 07:46 PM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

Obviously,I hope he will come back to Beijing this year.
01-04-2009 01:11 AM
Re: David's 2009 schedule

It's interesting to see that he'll go back to playing Estoril.
Especially, as this means that in case he'd also play Monte Carlo and Barcelona (an obvious candidate for another 500 event) he'd have to play five weeks in a row.

As for the four mandatory 500 events, I think it's clear that he'll play Basel. Which will make it two with Acapulco. Playing Barcelona would mean five weeks in a row without pause. So maybe Washington and then Beijing or Tokyo? I mean, it's not like there are too many options left and I don't think he'll want to play Hamburg after Wimbledon.
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