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Old 10-17-2005, 01:30 PM   #95
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Default Re: KIWI in Moscow!!! Kremlin Cup 2005!

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Originally Posted by Illinuera
so Kiwi should not play French Open as well?
You can't compare a Grand Slam to an optional even like Moscow in a week with another two tournaments of similiar kind. There are certainly more possibilities to replace Moscow if he doesn't want to come anymore again next year. Also regarding French Open, we have to admit that Kiwi has to blame himself a lot to cause that behaviour of the French crowd back then as he wasn't the most friendly player in that match either.

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Originally Posted by Illinuera
Come on, girls
its not very convincing to say crowd and Igor's timeout were the reasons for Kiwi's loss. He had many chances and just missed them. It would be not good if a former Top10 player would be irritated by a biased crowd and by a time-out taken....
No, the real problem is his mental fragility! He has to work on that. All Germans are head-cases
The main reason was Kiwi himself because 4-0 has to be carried home, no matter when they start playing again and whatever Andreev is doing and had he been strong enough he would have won it easily. But I still had preferred a normal loss without bad taste and that's what bothers me. Also everybody seems to take it at the most normal thing in the world if Andreev leaves the court for 10 minutes despite getting treatment before already and when Roddick did the same at the Australian Open the whole board slaughtered him for his 10 minute break.
Again, if Kiwi had been strong enough he had won no matter what would have happened yesterday. But this match was still not clean and a good chair umpire with authoriy, not like Grillotti, should have dealt otherwise according to the rules.
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