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Old 10-27-2003, 05:13 AM   #62
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I'm probably way behind. I did not know that Tarik was now coaching Gasquet! I like Gasquet's backhand. He's a young player who's had a lot of expectation heaped on him, but I hope he does well in the future.

Gasquet - Gaudio
Young French teenage sensation Richard Gasquet will try to honour his wild card for his first participation here. Gasquet, ranked 95th in the word and coached by Tarik Benhabiles, will face the tricky Argentinean Gaston Gaudio. Gasquet's talent is unquestionable but his confidence is fragile, a weakness that can force his game to dip alarmingly when he looses confidence in a match.
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