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Old 04-24-2007, 11:41 AM   #57
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Default Re: Camp Nou, Carlsson, Wilander, Mantilla and Gaston all past Barcelona Champs

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Originally Posted by thn View Post
In my eyes this was the worst performance I´ve ever seen of him on clay and I´m following nearly every single match of gaston, especially since last year. there is a huge difference between just bad matches and a performance like today. But dont get me wrong, I´m still a fan. I just said this as an observer. And I just dont understand why gaston doesn´t fight till the bitter end and tries to take his chances in a match. He gives up too early, for instance after he has been broken in a set
So you followed him in 99 and 2000 then? He lost to Berlocq and Ramirez Hidalgo in awful fashion this year. Gaston has not been in form for a while, this is not new.

Well there are plenty of interviews in our News thread and you should read some of them closely and then there will be some insight as to the way he is.

Thing is he is not a Cañas, a Muster or Mantilla, and some things are in built and others have to be learned.

Can't just be come along for the ride, when everything is good, that is the safe and easy option, as Choupi said. No matter what anyone in here thinks, Gaston is the one who feels the worst about going on court and embarrassing himself, not us, not his coach, not his family, not his friends, they can give all the support he needs, but he is the one who has to turn it around and no one else.
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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
Machado wins 6-2 6-1
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