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06-04-2012 10:03 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France


David wins in Roland Garos vs. Davidenko...
just in 2006...
05-30-2012 12:47 PM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stephan View Post
David is not alone: "old" N. Davydenko, L. Hewitt... also are out in R1...
time to retire...guys
"Old" Ferrero also is out...

J. Ferrero 6 2 3
M. Cilic 7 6 6


but "old" Federer is beating Ungur right now
David was smart- he did not meet Federer this time
05-30-2012 09:32 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

Quote:
Originally Posted by nalbyfan View Post
David is qualified for OG but he'll probably lose in 1st round so it's useless to go to London to show such a bad level of game
If he can't even beat a guy like Ungur, he has nothing to do in OG, especially to play for Argentina....poor Argies !!! They deserve a better embassador than david
I think David is not serious enough looking on the possible good ending of his cariere...
to win some tournament in his age he needs more efforts than when he was younger...

i can compare similar situation (again) of Andre Agassi (but you can do for Federer if you like )...

2 improve his chances after 30 in competition with younger players (like Hewitt, Coria, Nalbandian and others... )Andre started more extensive physical trainings, body building, hired a new coach Daren Cahill (former coach of Hewitt, who was Nr1 at that time...),...
and, what was most impoortant, he really WANTED to be a winner!
and Andre did it: he was Nr1 about two years long (?), won Grand Slams (including French Open in 1999,
Australian Open in three times 2000-2003, last time when he was 33!!!)

we do not see those efforts by David...
otherwise, he is going already long period of time "economically"... without hiring of any tennis trainer...
i think he does not believe himself that he can win...
why David is so passive ?

I remember well he was an ambitious guy when he was younger ...

OK, Andre Agassi played till 36...
Federer plans to go further (he will to beat all Andre's tennis records )

David has still time to improve, and we will hope...
05-29-2012 04:03 PM
nalbyfan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

David is qualified for OG but he'll probably lose in 1st round so it's useless to go to London to show such a bad level of game
If he can't even beat a guy like Ungur, he has nothing to do in OG, especially to play for Argentina....poor Argies !!! They deserve a better embassador than david
05-28-2012 10:05 PM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

David is not alone: "old" N. Davydenko, L. Hewitt... also are out in R1...
time to retire...guys
05-28-2012 09:55 PM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

David has found solution vs. Federer: he already lost in R1 to Ungur (ranking 91)
A. Ungur 6 5 6 7
D. Nalbandian 3 7 4 5


I did not watch that match: lucky me...



Goodbye Grand Slam, goodbye Olympics (he will loose also in R1), goodbye David 2012...
05-25-2012 12:45 PM
Björki
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

05-25-2012 12:39 PM
nalbyfan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

Bad draw one more time, I would be thrilled if he beat the arrogant Rolex poseur but I don't really think he will...I'll be happy if he can take one set
05-25-2012 10:32 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

A. Roddick will be in R3 if David can overplay Federer
05-25-2012 10:24 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

05-25-2012 10:20 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

Yes, Ungur Adrian (Romania, Current Ranking 91) in R1,
and Roger Federer in Round 2 (if David will win in R1)
05-25-2012 10:05 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

Draw is out:

David will play vs. Ungur in Round 1 of Roland Garros 2012
05-25-2012 08:19 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

Fans, Follow live Draw of Roland Garros 2012 in this site:
at 11:30 Paris Time (CET)
https://www.facebook.com/RolandGarro...15297695213618

05-18-2012 08:26 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

They have different tasks

Rafa - to win FO Rolland Garros, again be close to Nr1
Del Ponny - to get in to Top 8 (Tennis Masters Cup Tournament)
David - try to get in to Olympics...
05-18-2012 08:06 AM
Stephan
Re: Roland Garros French Open May 22- June 10 2012, Paris, France

David improved by one position, now he is Nr 42

Code:
Rank, Name & Nationality	Points	Week Change	Tourn Played
1 Djokovic, Novak (SRB)	        11,200	0	18
2 Federer, Roger (SUI)	        9,430	1	18
3 Nadal, Rafael (ESP)	        9,105	-1	19
4 Murray, Andy (GBR)	        7,500	0	19
5 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried (FRA)	4,930	0	24
6 Ferrer, David (ESP)	        4,460	0	22
7 Berdych, Tomas (CZE)	        4,410	0	22
8 Tipsarevic, Janko (SRB)	3,090	0	28
9 Del Potro, Juan Martin (ARG)	2,970	2	22
10 Isner, John (USA)	        2,725	0	24
------------------------------------------------------
36 Andujar, Pablo (ESP)	        1,150	1	32
37 Chela, Juan Ignacio (ARG)	1,085	-1	25
38 Berlocq, Carlos (ARG)	1,060	0	31
39 Ramos, Albert (ESP)	        1,040	0	32
40 Haase, Robin (NED)	        1,026	0	26
41 Baghdatis, Marcos (CYP)	1,025	0	27
42 Nalbandian, David (ARG)	1,005	1	21
to get in to Olympic Games 2012 David needs to be on higher position than Chela & Berlocq,
it means he needs 150 points in French Open?
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