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Old 10-23-2005, 07:46 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by mariutze
Well, Artie is 26 years old, he still has a chance to do something in the Challenger, only that he doesn't wish that anymore. He is more focused on a coach career and he's quite good at that. This year he took under his "protecting arm" a young german called Thomas Gilner. Thomas seemed very happy of this arrangement, i don't know what is the final result. We wait and see. Fot the other ones I think Catalin Buzatu ould have a nice career if he focuses more on tennis (he has a solid background). About Alex and George I don't know very much, I say Luncanu this year but too little to make an opinion. I'm waiting for the next year to see them in action.
lol...when i said "and another one...miru u know who" i was refering at Cata Buzatu. Why do u say he has a solid backgroud. I am telling u from sure sources that Catalin doesn't have such a bright future in tennis cauz he doesn't have the "joy of the game" anymore but..who knows...maybe he will descover tennis all over again ( alone or with someones help)
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