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Old 10-15-2008, 03:40 PM   #76
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He was awesome today. Solid serving, big FH, no lapses of concentration, great attitude, an incredible start in both sets...

I was so mad at him after Sunday, I hadn't even taken a proper look at his draw! He'll play the winner of Roddick-Robredo now.
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It will be a lot, lot tougher tomorrow!
3rd match on Court 1, not before 3 pm.

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Sounds like Manicom is still there.
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NICOLAS ESCUDÉ, Arnaud Clément, Fabrice Santoro et Jérôme Golmard. Ça ne vous rappelle rien ? Petit indice : année 2001. Bon, allez, encore un indice, mais c’est le dernier :Montréal. C’est la dernière fois que quatre Français se sont incrustés en huitièmes de finale d’un Masters Series. C’était la dernière fois. Richard Gasquet, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gilles Simon (qui affrontera l’Américain Robby Ginepri, tombeur de Davydenko alors que le Russe menait 6-4, 4-3 service à suivre) et Gaël Monfils ont pris la relève. Finaliste à Vienne dimanche, Monfils a estourbi, à Madrid comme en Autriche, le pauvre Fernando Gonzalez (6-3, 6-4). Ce fut net et sans bavure. Intraitable au service (8 aces, 91 %de points gagnés derrière sa première balle), le Parisien a vite fait surchauffer le disjoncteur du Chilien. « J’ai super bien servi, appréciait Monfils. Roger (Rasheed, son coach) m’avait demandé de ne pas servir fort mais de jouer beaucoup sur les effets. Ça a bien marché. Je redoutais un peu le coup de fatigue ici parce que j’avais bien mouillé la chemise à Vienne. Mais, maintenant, je suis rassuré. J’ai gagné rapidement mes deux premiers matches et je me sens très concentré. C’est tout un travail qui paye. Avec Roger, c’est l’aspect mental. Il veut que chacune de mes frappes ait une intention. Avec Philippe (Manicom, son ostéo), c’est le corps. Je fais du stretching chaque matin et chaque soir, un truc que je détestais avant. Il m’a aussi appris à bien m’alimenter. Au petit déj, fini le tout céréales. Désormais, je mange des oeufs. » Chirac voulait qu’on mange des pommes, la « Monf » conseillerait plutôt les oeufs.
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Where the hell was that MASSIVE forehand hiding before? Was he playing that well in Vienna? He is crushing Roddick right now. 6-4 in what, half an hour?
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I found him quite awesome against Steppi already last week, he was coming to the net a lot, I felt like I was watching a different player, really aggressive, it was weird!
The end of the week in Vienna was poor again, but he's been showing crazy improvements in the past 2 weeks. He was doing well in Beijing and at the US Open, but playing like crap - while he now really is playing some nice tennis.

He's been so consistent and focused for 3 matches now, that's a lot for Gaël , I'm really impressed.
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I thought he started to play less aggressively after the first set. The third was pretty good, but I felt he won that one by defending well, whereas he won the first by being very aggressive all the time, wich was pretty surprising.
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Yes, I know. Anyway, he was still playing much better in the 3rd set today than he was in Beijing and NY. Even when he's playing like that he's tough to play.

Yesterday he kept it up during the whole match against Gonzo, he was awesome. And against Stepanek too.
Against Gonzo last week, he was able to play a string of games like that at the end of each set, which was good enough to take the set. Against Roddick, he did it during a whole set.
Apart from last week-end he's been really showing that kind of game in a consistent way lately, he wasn't just playing above his level for one set today.
The first time he played like that I was like "OMG, he's on fire!!!" - but he's doing that every other day.
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he is showing the kind of variety and athleticism that will make him nearly unbeatable. If he keeps this kind of level up he will surely sit in the top ten comfortably.
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In l’Equipe today:
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Moi Rambo, toi Robocop
Gaël Monfils, trop fort pour Roddick, et Gilles Simon, indestructible malgré deux balles de match concédées à Ginepri, frappent à la porte des demi-finales.

(…) Pendant que son copain fait du hors-piste et des tête-à-queue, Gaël Monfils file droit, conduite sportive, le coude à la portière. Hormis une baisse de concentration au début du deuxième set contre Andy Roddick, turbo Monfils n’a commis aucune faute de goût ni d’esprit (6-4, 3-6, 6-3). Pour la première fois, il vient de faire le malheur de deux membres du top 10 coup sur coup (Gonzalez est 10e, Roddick 8e) et renouera aujourd’hui avec les quarts de finale en Masters Series, qui s’étaient passés de lui depuis Rome en 2006. C’est bien mignon, mais tout cela ne l’émeut guère. « Vous savez, les stats, les classements, je ne suis pas très au courant. Je m’en fous un peu, en fait. » Ici, Monfils reste au chaud dans sa bulle. Pas de dispersion, pas de tchatche en verlan, pas de lentilles oculaires vertes, bleues ou jaunes. Le journaliste ne peut pas demander tout et son contraire. Il ne peut pas un jour blâmer les glissades et les clowneries de Monfils et se lamenter de leur disparition le lendemain. Monfils a sans doute changé. Il a du moins changé ce qu’il nous montre. « Ce n’est pas le scoop des scoops. Oui, je m’éparpille moins qu’avant, mais je suis la même personne. Je suis plus régulier aussi : finale à Vienne, demi-finales à Bangkok, quarts de finale au moins ici (contre Andy Murray), c’est solide, ça. Je suis en train de trouver un niveau moyen au-dessous duquel je ne descends plus trop. C’est ce que me demande sans arrêt Roger (Rasheed, son coach). Il me répète cent fois par jour : “Be tough !” (Sois dur !) ou “Stay in !” (Reste concentré !). Il est rock, Roger, mais j’aime ça. »
Aujourd’hui, Monfils travaille les détails, tous les détails. Pour l’y aider, Philippe Manicom, son ostéo, ne se ménage pas. « Il me demande de boire des litres d’eau, raconte par exemple Monfils. C’est pénible parce que je dois aller au cabinet toutes les trois secondes, mais c’est nécessaire. Il m’a aussi fait de l’acupuncture au genou droit juste avant le match contre Roddick. » Manicom, le José Bové des Antilles, s’est aussi lancé dans une croisade contre la malbouffe. Adieu fastfood et soda glucosé, bonjour eau, oeufs et yoga. Si c’est pas une révolution, ça…
The article is about Gilles and Gaël (hence the title “Me Rambo, you Robocop“), this is just the part about Gaël.
While his buddy Gilles is often playing “off piste” and “spinning round“, Gaël is darting straight past his opponents. Apart from a concentration lapse at the beginning of the 2nd set, it was a flawless display again yesterday. No error of taste anymore. It will be his first QF in a MS event since Rome 2006, but he doesn’t care much: “You know, the stats, the rankings, I don’t follow that much. I don’t really care, actually.”
He doesn't amuse the journalists anymore either with his slang or his contact lenses in green, blue and yellow. But journalists can’t complain. They used to criticize him for clowning around, so they can’t now complain when he doesn’t anymore. Monfils has probably changed. At least what we get to see from him. “It’s not a big scoop. Yes, I’m not spreading myself too thin anymore like I used to, but I’m still the same person. I’m more consistent too: final in Vienna, SF in Bangkok, QF at least here, that’s solid. I’m beginning to find an average level which doesn’t fall again too much. That’s what Roger (Rasheed) is constantly asking for. He tells me 100 times a day: ‘Be tough!’ or ‘Stay in!’ He’s ‘rock’, Roger, but I like that.”
Monfils now pays more attention to the details too, all the details. Manicom (his physio) wants him to drink liters of water every day. “It’s annoying because I have to go to the toilet every 3 seconds, but that’s necessary.” Manicom also made some acupunctur treatment on his knee just before the Roddick match. And he has launched a crusade against Gaël’s unhealthy eating. No more fast food and sugared soda. On the programme: water, eggs and yoga. A revolution (I agree!!).

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And since I was wondering about it in the chat thread:

Andy RODDICK: « C’est dans tous les boulots pareil : quand tu es mauvais, tu n’as à t’en prendre qu’à toi-même. J’ai très mal joué et c’est normal d’avoir perdu. Si j’avais l’air de mauvais poil à la fin, c’était contre moi. Pas contre le pas de danse de Gaël après la balle de match. S’il veut danser, il en a le droit. »
Andy was just mad at himself when he looked angry at the end of the match. He played really badly and it's normal he lost. His bad mood had nothing to do with Gaël's dance after the MP. He can dance if he wants.

Bad timing to shake the head during the handshake then, it looked like he was disapproving of something with Gaël.
I'm relieved, the little celebration is harmless and nothing personal, he does that all the time, I wouldn't want the other players to be mad because of that.
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Pista Central - 2pm Start
Gael Monfils(FRA) vs. Andy Murray(GBR)

The h2h doesn't mean much since Andy has improved so much (and the last one in RG doesn't really count as Andy was injured) - but at least it shows they know each other well:
2003 Roland Garros 2003 Clay (O) A.MURRAY 4-6 1-6
2004 LTA International Junior Championships Grass (O) G.MONFILS 7-5 6-3
2006 Hamburg Clay (O) A.MURRAY 4-6 1-6
2006 French Open Clay (O) G.MONFILS 6-4 6-7(2) 1-6 6-2 6-1
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In L’Equipe today:
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Monfils boit la tasse
Surclassé par Andy Murray, le Français refusait pourtant de verser dans le catastrophisme.

BONJOUR MONSIEUR MURRAY, c’est pour un sondage. C’est combien la leçon du vendredi ? « C’est 6-2, 6-2 de l’heure, prix à ne pas débattre. » Dur en affaire, le numéro 4 mondial n’a fait aucune ristourne à Gaël Monfils. Tout juste a-t-il eu la délicatesse de démarrer gentiment, permettant au Français de sauter sur un break dès le premier jeu de ce quart de finale, et la politesse bien involontaire de se mélanger les pinceaux au moment de servir à 5-1 dans le second set. C’est à peu près tout ce que Monfils put sauver comme meubles.
Que reprocher à un homme emporté par la marée sinon de ne pas se débattre ? C’est précisément ce que Monfils avait derrière la tête lorsqu’il se décida à brouiller les cartes par tantôt des montées à contretemps, tantôt des services volées. Mais ces recours d’urgence ne pesèrent pas assez lourd. S’il avait mieux servi (et cela ne vaut pas que pour cette vilaine double faute sur la balle de match), le Parisien aurait pu espérer un autre sort.
Pas sûr qu’il aurait pour autant pu en changer l’issue. « Je suis déçu même si je trouve le score un peu dur, estimait Monfils. J’ai eu un grand Andy Murray en face de moi mais je pense avoir produit quelques bonnes séquences. Il est extrêmement complet, capable de toutes les variations et, en plus, il a aujourd’hui été très précis en passing. Pour le battre, il aurait fallu que je fasse tout un petit peu mieux. Cela dit, je ne fais pas de complexe Murray. Je ne me dis pas : “Waouh, je ferais bien de me servir d’Andy comme modèle.” Je ne crois pas aux modèles. Chacun sa route. Il a été plus fort que moi ici mais la prochaine fois, ce sera peut-être le contraire. »
Bourreau ici de Gonzalez et Roddick, Monfils n’avait donc absolument pas le moral à la cave. Peut-être se projetait-il déjà vers son stage de préparation aux grandes vacances, la semaine prochaine à Paris, et aux retrouvailles avec les copains autour de quelques dunks, avant de cracher son dernier venin à Bercy. « Pour ce que nous visons dans le futur, à savoir que Gaël devienne très compétitif tout le temps, ce tournoi a été instructif, jugeait son coach, Roger Rasheed. Il a montré des progrès en maturité sur le terrain. » Oui coach, mais chacun sa route.
Andy was nice enough to take a slow start which allowed Gaël to break in the 1st game and to get mixed up when he was serving for the match so Gaël could break again. But that was about all for Gaël.
Gaël tried to confuse the issue with some S&V or net approaches by surprise. He could have done better if he had served better (and not only on MP when he served a DF). But not sure he could have won.
"I'm disappointed, even though I find the scoreline a bit harsh. I faced a great Andy Murray, but I mean I produced some nice actions too. He's an amazing all-round player, able of all possible variations, and he also was very accurate in his passing-shots. I would have needed to do everything a little bit better to beat him. That said, I have no inferiority complex with Murray. I don't think: 'Wow, Andy should be a model to me'. I don't believe in models. To each his own path. He was stronger than me here, but maybe next time it will be the opposite." So he wasn't depressed at all - maybe already in mind in Paris where he wants to celebrate with his friends before the last spurt in Bercy.
Rasheed: "This tournament has been instructive in regard to our goal for the future, which is for Gaël to be competitive all the time. He has shown he is more mature on the court."

Definitely! I really can’t be sad about his match, he has done so well in the past 2 weeks, it looked like quite an amazing effort for him against Gonzo and Roddick, I’m not surprised he couldn’t keep it up.
It wasn’t a complete non-match for no reason either like against Fish, he was trying, but it looked like one match too many yesterday and Andy was too good. No big deal at all imo.
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He will be seeded in Bercy after Gonzo's withdrawal.
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It's so strange to see 4 Frenchies seeded in a MS event!

He'll play the winner of Safin-qualifier and then probably Nadal if he wins.
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