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10-13-2010 12:25 PM
*bunny*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL, Tokyo & now Shanghai Q!

Oh Kinokino. that was such a bad luck you were in US while Kei was in Japan!

Losing a match after a third set TB must always be frustrating. Apparently Kei broke his racket in frustration during his match against Becker...
But the cute part is he sent an e-mail to a Wilson staff to apologise the very next day. I think that is very sweet.
10-13-2010 12:37 AM
kinokino
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL, Tokyo & now Shanghai Q!

Hi guys!
I could not watch Kei's matchs in Rakuten Open this year because of my business trip to US.
I look forward to the next year.

Good luck to Kei in the next match!
10-11-2010 09:43 PM
misty1
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL, Tokyo & now Shanghai Q!

i dont know, for some reason i expected this asian swing to be better for him
10-11-2010 06:06 AM
DanaKz
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL, Tokyo & now Shanghai Q!

So... Asian Swing turned to complete disaster... He and Glenn have to detect what went wrong and start with very beginning. Hope his health is OK.
10-08-2010 03:30 PM
*bunny*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

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Originally Posted by Cindy19 View Post
Hi Bunny
Yep i found it after i posted here, Nice to meet you
Hope i will see him play in Shanghai and catch some pix for you guys
Cindy, are you going to qualies? If so, I look forward to your report!
10-08-2010 03:27 PM
*bunny*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL, Tokyo & now Shanghai Q!

OOP for Saturday:

Court 3
Matches start at noon

Jeremy CHARDY (FRA) vs Paul-Henri MATHIEU (FRA)
Grega ZEMLJA (SLO) vs Michael RUSSELL (USA)
Benjamin BECKER (GER) vs Kei NISHIKORI (JPN)
Mischa ZVEREV (GER) vs Igor ANDREEV (RUS)

Good luck, Kei!!
10-08-2010 03:21 PM
*bunny*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

Shanghai Q draw!

[3] BECKER, Benjamin (GER) vs NISHIKORI, Kei (JPN)
LEVY, Harel (ISR) vs [8] KUKUSHKIN, Mikhail (KAZ)

It's revenge time, Kei!! Good luck!!

Full draw here:
http://www.atpworldtour.com/posting/2010/5014/qs.pdf
10-08-2010 01:42 PM
Cindy19
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

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Originally Posted by *bunny* View Post
Hi Cindy!

I think Kei is IN using his real ranking two weeks ago and OUT with his protected ranking.

A Wilson staff tweeted that Kei will fly to Shanghai early Friday, so I think he will definitely go there.

Sorry guys, I couldn't watch Kei's and Go's doubles match today. When I went to Court 1 about an hour before the match, there was a long queue of people waiting to get in, and there was no way people already in the stand would leave! So I gave up...
They played very well yesterday but it was probably a tough ask today against the more experienced doubles players.

Hope his wrist is OK and he will qualify in Shanghai!!
Hi Bunny
Yep i found it after i posted here, Nice to meet you
Hope i will see him play in Shanghai and catch some pix for you guys
10-08-2010 01:08 PM
misty1
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

Quote:
Originally Posted by *bunny* View Post
Kei teamed up with Go Soeda and beat Navarro and Dodig in doubles R1, 4-6, 6-4, 10-2.
I also had a glimpes of them practicing before the match.
They started slowly but grew better and better and totally dominated the opponents in the match tie break.

They will play again today. Wish them good luck!
cool

good luck kei
10-08-2010 01:47 AM
*esther*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

I like Kei's attitude on or off court. He has the charisma for a star. At least, i didnt see him smacked his racquet.
10-07-2010 03:53 PM
DanaKz
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

Yeah, about wrist... I really didn't like this picture in Kei's facebook:



He is smiling, but massaging his wrist, I worry about it.
10-07-2010 03:46 PM
*bunny*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

Hi Cindy!

I think Kei is IN using his real ranking two weeks ago and OUT with his protected ranking.

A Wilson staff tweeted that Kei will fly to Shanghai early Friday, so I think he will definitely go there.

Sorry guys, I couldn't watch Kei's and Go's doubles match today. When I went to Court 1 about an hour before the match, there was a long queue of people waiting to get in, and there was no way people already in the stand would leave! So I gave up...
They played very well yesterday but it was probably a tough ask today against the more experienced doubles players.

Hope his wrist is OK and he will qualify in Shanghai!!
10-07-2010 12:33 PM
Cindy19
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

For what reason???
I am fighting with this guy about the WC for Kei...
http://www.menstennisforums.com/show...=167834&page=3
10-07-2010 07:57 AM
DanaKz
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

Kei is out of Shanghai quallies...
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=169260
10-07-2010 02:50 AM
*bunny*
Re: 2010 Asian Hardcourt Swing!: first KL and now Tokyo!

Kei teamed up with Go Soeda and beat Navarro and Dodig in doubles R1, 4-6, 6-4, 10-2.
I also had a glimpes of them practicing before the match.
They started slowly but grew better and better and totally dominated the opponents in the match tie break.

They will play again today. Wish them good luck!
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