Re: ~Carlos *News*&*Articles* Thread~
Even players known more for as serious competitors like Spain’s Carlos Moya could chuckle a little easier on this day.
“We are former top players and we were used to winning very often, said Moya, who retired in November of 2010 with 575 career victories and 20 ATP titles. “Now, we’re not. So you can have more fun. Chat with the crowd. It’s much more relaxing than it used to be. You talk much more [with the players] than you would when you were 20, 25 years old.”
Moya defeated Michael Chang, the 1989 French Open winner who amassed 34 ATP titles, in straight sets 6-1, 6-4.
The 6-foot-3 Moya is the youngest player in the field at 35 years old. He is now 2-0 in this event and will be looking to clinch a spot in the finals on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. if he can defeat Krickstein in the Sunday match at 1 p.m.
The remaining Sunday schedule includes Chang against Cash at 3 p.m., Jimmy Arias of the U.S. against Mikael Pernfors of Sweden at 5:30 p.m. and Czech Ivan Lendl verse Johan Kriek, of South Africa, at 7:30 p.m.
The ATP Champions Tour featured eight retired players who once ranked in the World top 10 at some juncture in their careers.
LOVE MOYA HE'S THE BEST
GO MOYKE WIN WIN WIN
VAMOS MOYKE !!!!!