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Old 08-22-2011, 12:59 PM   #3556
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Old 08-22-2011, 11:38 PM   #3557
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No prob. Have you read the interview, do you like it?
I really hope David will play, I would like to watch him in Serbia.
do you think Serbian players will really jump?
it will be interesting video....

David jumped once from very high bridge (or so), may be he will also try there ?
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do you think Serbian players will really jump?
it will be interesting video....

David jumped once from very high bridge (or so), may be he will also try there ?
Yes, I think they will, if they win.
I don't know, i like what he said - first they have to win.
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Old 10-13-2011, 11:55 PM   #3561
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David: "Si estamos bien podemos ganarle a España"

David: "If we are well we can beat Spain"

translation from Spanish:
After being eliminated in the Masters 1000 Shanghai, Nalbandian spoke of the Davis Cup final to be played the
first weekend in December: "If Del Potro and I are in good physical condition and tennis player, any team
can beat anywhere "
October 11, 2011 - 12:34

SHANGHAI, China (EFE) .- David Nalbandian said that if he and Juan Martin Del Potro, coming "in good physical condition
and tennis players," Argentina can beat Spain in the Davis Cup final, which is held between February and December 4
in the city of Seville.

"The team is well trained, and if Del Potro and I are in good physical condition and tennis player, I think we can beat
any team at any place," said Nalbandian in Shanghai, where he was eliminated after his match with Germany's Florian Mayer.

However, he admitted: "All Spanish players are very good and is tough to beat them. Both David (Ferrer) and Nico (Almagro),
Juan Carlos (Ferrero), Fernando (Verdasco) and Marcel (Granollers) are doing a very good season and will not
be easy to beat them, "he told DPA.

Referring to the situation of being visitors in Seville, David said: "We're used to playing in big stadiums
with many people and under pressure. This will be an event again, although obviously a much better final.
I do not think that the amount influence people to game time. "

Previously, Argentine Spanish soil trodden its debut in late October at the Valencia Open 500. "I am eager
to meet debut at the Valencia Open," said Nalbandian
, winner of 11 ATP titles.

"I hope to get in good physical condition to play the best. I come from a tough year with injuries and casualties
in some tournaments, so my priority is to be well physically, train and recover the pace of play to give the
best "added the 57 world ranking.

"The illusion of winning, that motivation makes you take something that does not have, and I think we showed in Serbia,
when we were not favorites to win a semifinal and very complicated very good competitors," concluded Nalbandian
to give the illusion of power blow to Spain and once and for all to celebrate with the Davis Cup in their hands.
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Hope Argies will win but it won't be easy even if Nadal pulls out, Ferru and others are very strong
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Señal de alarma: Nalbandian se bajó de Estocolmo por molestias musculares
A 41 días de la final de la Copa Davis, el cordobés no se presentó ante Blake por una lesión en el isquiotibial izquierdo; no jugará en San Petersburgo
21 de Octubre de 2011 - 14:20



ESTOCOLMO.- David Nalbandian venía en buen ritmo en el ATP 250 de Estocolmo pero el 6-1 y 6-1 ante Ivan Dodig dejó un dolor que se potencia a sólo 41 días de la final de la Copa Davis en Sevilla, ante España (2 al 4 de diciembre). "Nalbandian no se presentó por una molestia en el isquiotibial izquierdo", deslizaron desde el entorno del cordobés.

Nalbandian iba a jugar hoy ante el estadounidense James Blake por los cuartos de final del torneo de Estocolmo, que repartirá premios por 600 mil euros.

Nalbandian, ubicado en el puesto 58 del ranking mundial de la ATP, se iba a medir con Blake (59) alrededor de las 13.30 -hora de la Argentina- , pero David no se presentó y viajó con destino a Barcelona, en donde le realizarían estudios médicos. Además, se conoció que se bajó del torneo de San Petersburgo.

El tenista argentino había llegado a los cuartos de final merced a sus victorias sobre el belga Xavier Malisse (51) y el croata Ivan Dodig (32).

El abierto sueco se juega sobre superficie rápida, tiene como máximo favorito al título al francés Gael Monfils (10) y el único argentino que ganó el certamen fue Nalbandian en la edición 2008, cuando venció en la final al local Robin Soderling.


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Alarm signal: Stockholm Nalbandian got by sore muscles
At 41 days of the Davis Cup final, the Cordovan did not appear before Blake an injured left hamstring, will not play also in St. Petersburg
October 21, 2011 - 14:20



STOCKHOLM .- David Nalbandian came at a good pace in the ATP 250 in Stockholm but the 6-1 and 6-1 to Ivan Dodig left a pain to power only 41 days of the Davis Cup final in Seville against Spain (2 to 4 December). "Nalbandian was not presented with a sore left hamstring," slipped from the vicinity of Cordoba.

Nalbandian was playing today against American James Blake in the quarter-finals in Stockholm, which awards allocated 600 000 euros.

Nalbandian, ranked at 58 of the ATP world rankings, was to measure Blake (59) around 13.30-Argentina-time, but David did not show up and traveled to Barcelona, where he would perform medical studies. Furthermore, it was learned that he got the tournament in St. Petersburg.

Argentine tennis player had reached the quarterfinals thanks to his victories over the Belgian Xavier Malisse (51) and the Croatian Ivan Dodig (32).

The Swedish Open is played on fast surfaces, is the top-seeded Frenchman Gael Monfils title (10) and the only Argentine Nalbandian won the contest was in the 2008 edition, when he won the local final Robin Soderling.
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Nalbandian no jugará más en el circuito para esperar la Davis

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Tras retirarse del Abierto de Estocolmo por una distensión en su isquiotibial, la semana pasada, el unquillense decidió no presentarse en el ATP 500 de Valencia; de este modo, volverá al país para terminar la rehabilitación
24 de Octubre de 2011 - 14:04



VALENCIA (Télam).- David Nalbandian decidió no jugar más en el circuito para recuperarse de una distensión en el isquiotibial izquierdo y así preparar de la mejor manera la final de la Copa Davis, según confirmó su jefe de prensa, Bernardo Ballero.

Luego de realizarse una serie de estudios en Barcelona con su médico personal, el doctor Angel Ruiz Cotorro, se detectó que David Nalbandian presenta una distensión en su isquiotibial izquierdo.

Por ese motivo, el tenista y su equipo de colaboradores llegaron a la conclusión de que era conveniente no presentarse en el ATP 500 de Valencia, a jugarse desde la semana próxima.

Nalbandian sufrió la lesión tras competir en el If Stockholm Open ante el croata Ivan Dodig por lo que debió retirarse de ese torneo y bajarse posteriormente del St. Petersburg Open, que se disputa esta semana.

El unquillense tiene previsto regresar a la Argentina para continuar con su rehabilitación y entrenamiento en polvo de ladrillo para disputar la final de la Copa Davis en Sevilla, que se llevará a cabo entre el 2 y el 4 de diciembre.

"Estoy muy triste por lo que me pasó. Venía jugando en un gran nivel pero por precaución decidimos no arriesgar para estar en óptimas condiciones para la Davis", afirmó David.
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Nalbandian will not play again in the loop to wait for the Davis

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After retiring from the Stockholm Open in a strained hamstring last week, the unquillense decided not in the ATP 500 event in Valencia, thus, return to the country to complete the rehabilitation
October 24, 2011 - 14:04

VALENCIA (Telam) .- David Nalbandian decided not to play in the circuit to recover from a strained left hamstring and so the best way to prepare the Davis Cup final, confirmed his press chief, Bernardo Ballero.

After a series of studies carried out in Barcelona with his personal physician, Dr. Angel Ruiz Cotorro, it was found that David Nalbandian has a hamstring strain in his left.

For this reason, the player and his team concluded that it was advisable not to occur in the ATP 500 event in Valencia, to be played from next week.

Nalbandian suffered the injury after competing in the If Stockholm Open to the Croatian Ivan Dodig so he had to withdraw from that tournament and then get out of the St. Petersburg Open, which takes place this week.

The unquillense is scheduled to return to Argentina to continue his rehabilitation and training on clay for the final of the Davis Cup in Sevilla, which will take place between 2 and 4 December.

"I am very sad about what happened to me. Been playing at a high level but decided not to risk a precaution to be in optimal conditions for the Davis Cup," said David.
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Poor Argies they are so unlucky...they will be beaten by Spain except miracle
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David no Estará en Valencia

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Una molestia muscular obligó a David a retirarse del Abierto de Estocolmo, donde había llegado a cuartos de final tras una aplastante victoria sobre el croata Dodig. Esta semana, los estudios médicos confirmaron que sufrió una distensión en su isquiotibial izquierdo. Debido a esta lesión muscular, David tampoco estará en el Abierto de Valencia.

"Estoy muy triste por enfrentar esta nueva lesión y por haber abandonado el torneo de Estocolmo. Venía jugando en un gran nivel", fueron sus palabras luego de confirmarse la baja del torneo que logró ganar en la edición 2008. Como medida preventiva, también había decidido no estar presente el Abierto de San Petersburgo.

David modificará su agenda tenística ya que se ve obligado a ausentarse de los courts por las próximas semanas. Su idea era regresar en Valencia, pero los resultados que arrojaron los estudios practicados en Barcelona imposibilitaron su pronta vuelta. En las próximas horas, David regresará a Argentina para iniciar su proceso de rehabilitación.

"Espero poder recuperarme rápidamente y seguir mi preparación para llegar de la mejor manera a la final de la Copa Davis", señaló David con la mente puesta en la final de la Copa Davis frente a España. Su principal objetivo es llegar en óptimas condiciones a la serie decisiva que se jugará del 2 al 4 de diciembre sobre el polvo de ladrillo de Sevilla.
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David out of Valencia



A David muscle soreness forced to withdraw from the Stockholm Open, where he reached the quarter-finals after a crushing victory over Croatian Dodig. This week, medical studies have confirmed he suffered a strained hamstring in his left. Because of this muscle injury, David not be in the Valencia Open.

"I am very sad to deal with this new injury and have left the tournament in Stockholm. Been playing at a high level," were his words after the tournament confirmed that the low was able to win the 2008 edition. As a precaution, had also decided to not present the St Petersburg Open.

David change his schedule because tennis is forced to leave the courts for the next few weeks. His idea was to return to Valencia, but the results yielded the studies performed in Barcelona precluded its prompt return. In the coming hours, David returned to Argentina to begin his rehabilitation process.

"I hope to recover quickly and continue my preparation for the best way to reach the Davis Cup final," said David with the mind of the Davis Cup final against Spain. Its main objective is to arrive in good condition critical that the series will be played from 2 to 4 December on clay in Seville.
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Nalbandian, in red: the numbers that King David must overcome
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In his struggle to return to the limelight, the need to revert unquillense statistics: one and a half ago that has not beaten a Top 10 and has more than 12 months without playing a final, his last second week in a Grand Slam was in 2007, while shining in the Davis Cup, still struggling to qualify for London
March 1, 2012 - 08:20


Who can doubt the talent of David Nalbandian? Would anyone venture to assert that the King called off? Without going any further, in the ATP Buenos Aires was invincible to Pico Monaco and overwhelmed Berlocq. Even though he lost in straight sets to world No. 5 David Ferrer.

And it's a minor detail that he could not beat the feisty Spanish. Cordoba is the one and a half ago that has not beaten a top ten. There are even more discouraging numbers: from January 2011 which does not dispute a definition in a tournament at Roland Garros 2007 was the last time they reached the second week in a Grand Slam.

Nalbandian is true that still dazzles with its magic and tennis lessons. But the numbers are overwhelming, and not good to deny it. In the second round of the Masters 1000 Toronto was the last time the Cordoba beat a player ranking among the top 10. In August 2010 defeated Robin Soderling (4-6, 6-4, 6-1), then the 5th in the world. His last final played (Auckland, in January 2011) the lost to David Ferrer (6-3, 6-2). His last title was won in Washington in August 2010.

To make matters worse, since the defeat to Nikolay Davydenko (3-6, 6-7, 6-3, 6-7) at Roland Garros (June 2007), that King David did not reach the second round of a Grand Slam.

Nalbandian has two major goals for this 2012: classify the Olympics and win once and for all the Davis Cup. For the former will be classified among the 56 best in the ranking. In turn, the top four in Argentina are those who represent the country in London. As of June 11 has time to score points and achieve their goal. If today closed the classification, Juan Martin del Potro (10 °), Juan Monaco (23 °), Juan Ignacio Chela (33 °) and Carlos Berlocq (44 °) would reach the target London. The figure Cordoba No 70 in the world.

Davis Cup: what most inspires David. It is the dream of Nalbandian and his other great longing. Winning the Davis. Cupbearer of soul, the scrolls in the Davis Cup seem to describe a more regular Nalbandian. He won his last five games. Not lost since the semifinals of 2010 in France, against Gael Monfils (4-6 6-2 4-6 3-6). After Adrian Ungur beat (second round, 2011), Viktor Troicki (semifinal, 2011), in the doubles final in 2011 (with Eduardo Schwank to Lopez-Verdasco), again with Schwank (Petzchner to Haas, in the first round, 2012), and to Florian Mayer (also against Germany).
Wild card in Indian Wells. Another reflection of its low point in the ranking is that Nalbandian should have requested invitations for the first two year Masters 1000: Indian Wells (8/3) and Miami (21/3). For the second had already been accepted. And yesterday, the California tournament organizers confirmed his place in the main draw.
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Nalbandian, en rojo: los números que el Rey David debe vencer
En su lucha por regresar a los primeros planos, el unquillense necesita revertir las estadísticas: hace un año y medio que no le gana a un Top 10 y lleva más de 12 meses sin jugar una final; su última segunda semana en un Grand Slam fue en 2007; mientras brilla en la Copa Davis, aún pugna por clasificarse a Londres
01 de Marzo de 2012 - 08:20

¿Quién puede dudar del talento de David Nalbandian? ¿Alguien se arriesgaría a aseverar que la llama del Rey se apagó? Sin ir más lejos, en el ATP de Buenos Aires fue invencible ante Pico Mónaco y apabulló a Berlocq. Aunque luego perdió en dos sets con el N°5 del mundo, David Ferrer.

Y no es un dato menor que no haya podido vencer al batallador español. Es que el cordobés hace un año y medio que no le gana a un top ten. Existen números más desalentadores aún: desde enero de 2011 que no disputa una definición en un torneo y en Roland Garros 2007 fue la última vez que llegó a la segunda semana en un Gran Slam.

Es cierto que Nalbandian todavía deslumbra con su magia y sus lecciones de tenis. Pero los números son contundentes, y no es bueno negarlos. En los octavos de final del Masters 1000 de Toronto fue la última vez que el cordobés le ganó a un tenista que figure entre los mejores 10. En agosto 2010 venció a Robin Soderling (4-6, 6-4, 6-1), entonces 5to del mundo. Su última final que disputó (Auckland, en enero de 2011) la perdió ante David Ferrer (6-3 y 6-2). Su último título lo consiguió en Washington, en agosto de 2010.

Como si fuera poco, desde la derrota ante Nikolay Davydenko (3-6, 6-7, 6-3 y 6-7) en Roland Garros (junio de 2007), que el Rey David no llega a octavos de final de un Grand Slam.

Nalbandian tiene dos grandes objetivos para este 2012: clasificar a los Juegos Olímpicos y ganar de una vez por todas la Copa Davis. Para lo primero tendrá que clasificarse entre los 56 mejores del ranking. A su vez, los cuatro mejores de la Argentina son los que representarán al país en Londres. Hasta el 11 de junio tiene tiempo para sumar puntos y conseguir su objetivo. Si hoy cerrara la clasificación, Juan Martín del Potro (10°), Juan Mónaco (23°), Juan Ignacio Chela (33°) y Carlos Berlocq (44°) alcanzarían el objetivo Londres. El cordobés figura n°70 del mundo.

La Copa Davis: lo que más inspira a David. Es el gran sueño de Nalbandian y su otro gran anhelo. Ganar la Ensaladera. Copero de alma, los pergaminos en la Copa Davis parecieran que describiera a un Nalbandian más regular. Ganó sus últimos cinco partidos. No pierde desde la semifinal de 2010 en Francia, ante Gael Monfils (4-6 6-2 4-6 3-6). Después venció a Adrian Ungur (octavos de final de 2011), Viktor Troicki (semifinal de 2011), en el dobles en la final de 2011 (junto a Eduardo Schwank ante López-Verdasco), otra vez con Schwank (ante Haas-Petzchner, en la primera rueda de 2012), y ante Florian Mayer (también ante Alemania).
Wild card en Indian Wells. Otro reflejo de su mal momento en el ranking es que Nalbandian debió solicitar invitaciones para los dos primeros Masters 1000 del año: Indian Wells (8/3) y Miami (21/3). Para el segundo ya había sido aceptado. Y, ayer, la organización del torneo californiano le confirmó su lugar en el cuadro principal.
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Rank, Name & Nationality Points	Week Change Tourn Played
1 Djokovic, Novak (SRB)	12,280	0	19
2 Nadal, Rafael (ESP)	10,060	0	20
3 Federer, Roger (SUI)	9,435	0	20
4 Murray, Andy (GBR)	6,980	0	20
5 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried (FRA)	5,230	0	24
6 Ferrer, David (ESP)	5,180	0	22
7 Berdych, Tomas (CZE)	4,685	0	23
8 Tipsarevic, Janko (SRB)	3,200	0	28
9 Del Potro, Juan Martin (ARG)	3,180	0	22
10 Isner, John (USA)	2,655	0	25
11 Almagro, Nicolas (ESP)	2,605	0	28
12 Fish, Mardy (USA)	2,535	0	22
13 Simon, Gilles (FRA)	2,525	0	28
14 Monaco, Juan (ARG)	2,115	0	23
15 Monfils, Gael (FRA)	1,805	0	22
16 Verdasco, Fernando (ESP)	1,765	0	25
17 Lopez, Feliciano (ESP)	1,725	0	28
18 Cilic, Marin (CRO)	1,655	7	23
19 Gasquet, Richard (FRA)	1,600	0	21
20 Nishikori, Kei (JPN)	1,600	-2	21
21 Dolgopolov, Alexandr (UKR)	1,585	-1	27
22 Raonic, Milos (CAN)	1,540	-1	22
23 Granollers, Marcel (ESP)	1,530	-1	26
24 Wawrinka, Stanislas (SUI)	1,505	-1	23
25 Stepanek, Radek (CZE)	1,340	1	27
26 Seppi, Andreas (ITA)	1,285	-2	31
27 Tomic, Bernard (AUS)	1,255	0	23
28 Mayer, Florian (GER)	1,230	1	27
29 Kohlschreiber, Philipp (GER)	1,220	5	28
30 Anderson, Kevin (RSA)	1,215	0	27
31 Benneteau, Julien (FRA)	1,210	-3	25
32 Youzhny, Mikhail (RUS)	1,210	-1	26
33 Roddick, Andy (USA)	1,190	-1	22
34 Troicki, Viktor (SRB)	1,190	-1	26
35 Melzer, Jurgen (AUT)	1,147	0	25
36 Andujar, Pablo (ESP)	1,115	0	30
37 Berlocq, Carlos (ARG)	1,050	0	31
38 Ferrero, Juan Carlos (ESP)	1,035	0	23
39 Nalbandian, David (ARG)	1,015	0	22
40 Haase, Robin (NED)	1,010	0	26

Nalbandian has had all his 150 points taken away !!!
He remains on position 39.

shitty Cilic moves 7 positions higher...
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ATP Supervisor Tom Barnes spoke to the media after the match and confirmed the reason for the default. "It's [for] unsportsmanlike conduct, and the supervisor has the authority to declare an immediate default. Once I saw the injury [it] was not a judgment call. I didn't have any other option."

Barnes confirmed that Nalbandian would forfeit all rankings points and prize money earned at the tournament.

Brad Drewett, ATP Executive Chairman and President, said: "It’s an unfortunate situation for everyone involved, the spectators, the tournament, the sponsors, the players and the linesman. David certainly did not mean for this to happen, however the rules are very clear in a situation like this and causing injury to someone is an automatic default for any player."

"I made a mistake and I apologise," said Nalbandian. "I feel very sorry to the guy. I didn't want to do that. This is a bad situation for everybody that I really apologise for."
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Nalbandian fined $12k, faces assault inquiry
AP - Monday, June 18, 2012


LONDON (AP)—David Nalbandian was fined the maximum $12,560 and placed under police investigation for assault after kicking an advertising board and injuring a line judge during the Queen's Club final.

The ATP confirmed the fine for unsportsmanlike conduct on Monday and said the Argentine player also was stripped of his $57,350 in prize money.

London police, meanwhile, said they were investigating a complaint of assault filed against Nalbandian, who was defaulted from Sunday's match against Marin Cilic in the grass-court Wimbledon warmup event.

Police declined to say who made the complaint. Any member of the public who witnessed the event in person or on television could have made a complaint, as could the line judge himself.

''We are aware of an incident at the Aegon Championships,'' the Metropolitan Police said in a statement. ''A complaint has been made and the Metropolitan Police Service is now investigating. The allegation is of assault.''

Nalbandian won the first set 7-6 (3) but lost his temper after losing serve to fall behind 3-4 in the second. After missing a running forehand on game point, he kicked the board under the chair of line judge Andrew McDougall. A piece of the board cut the judge on the left shin, leaving him bloodied from an inch-long gash.

Tournament director Chris Kermode said McDougall received first aid but needed no further treatment after seeing a doctor.

Nalbandian was disqualified for unsportsmanlike conduct. ATP rules state that any violent action will result in an automatic default. Nalbandian, who is still scheduled to play at Wimbledon when it starts on Monday, insisted he shouldn't have been disqualified.

''Sometimes you get very frustrated on court and it's tough to control that, and sometimes I do a mistake. So it's very tough to end a final like that,'' he said. ''I agree I do a mistake but sometimes everybody do a mistake and I didn't feel it had to end like that, especially in a final.''
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