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Old 09-10-2012, 11:58 AM   #217
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Default Re: Ferrer Video o DVD matches

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Originally Posted by Sophitia36 View Post
I have questions, or rather, "requests" (I don't like the word much lol):

I always find Ferru's rare bursts of anger very funny... Now, I know the usual "lob towards a baby" video and the unfortunate row with the female umpire...

But there are two "incidents" I have heard about, and have never seen: the time when he stopped a clock, and the time when he got mad at his coach and told him to leave
Does anyone have a link to a video of these by any chance?
I always play that tantrum in my head when I've played a bad point myself, instantly makes me a lot calmer

Unfortunately I don't know about the incidents you're mentioning. But, since I always aim to please, here are two other videos:




That second one is really cool since it really gives you a great sense of how hard and accurate he hits the ball, way better point of view than matches on tv.
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Ruben Ramirez was in a hotel in Rio Preto Brasil last year when his doubles partner Ferreiro decided to go see the night in the city. He opened his arms widely and said: que pasa man? we have match tomorrow.

Legend.
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“Some players say to me, ‘Why are you still playing?’ ” Ramirez Hidalgo said. “I still play because tennis is my life. Tennis gives me everything, more than I dreamed when I was young.”
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