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Old 11-02-2008, 12:31 AM   #121
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thanks for all the reports what am I gonna do without mtf?

it's still only early november, so this is a nice long holiday. long enough to ponder on one's future... singles is going to get tougher... is he going to focus more on doubles? and with whom?

at least he does have a title this year
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Old 11-02-2008, 03:40 PM   #122
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Two titles if we count the challenger one lol

I don't know if 2008 was the beginning of the end but 2009 will begin with many qualies and challengers. After Wimbledon he will probably know if he's always a single player And even if he said in l'Equipe that the most important was pleasure and he doesn't care of his ranking I don't see him going to play Challengers in Ukraine or Asia Focus on doubles? If he plays qualies and challengers it won't be easy not before the second part of the season imo.
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Two titles if we count the challenger one lol
So true. We should never forget about Challengers
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I don't know if 2008 was the beginning of the end but 2009 will begin with many qualies and challengers. After Wimbledon he will probably know if he's always a single player And even if he said in l'Equipe that the most important was pleasure and he doesn't care of his ranking I don't see him going to play Challengers in Ukraine or Asia Focus on doubles? If he plays qualies and challengers it won't be easy not before the second part of the season imo.
For some reason I also can barely imagine Arnaud as a Challenger player. And then also considering that new ranking points system they want to bring in action in 2009 it would probably make more sense to play qualies rather than Challengers.

And since there are anyway no other news... These days there is a big amateur tennis tournament in France. This year the direction of this tournament had an agreement with the Pro Federation, that they'll invite one top player to take part there. Arnaud, Micka and Fabrice we all up to play there lol But the direction has picked PHM
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