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Old 11-06-2008, 11:00 AM   #466
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I think it's the other way around, isn't it? 6 pm in Shanghai should be around 10-12 am on Monday for us in Europe (I don't know the local time in each country).
yes around 11'00h am CET.......... i remember that from the OG
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I checked with the strength & tennis coach I was telling you about (the one who knows Gilles) and he admitted that Gilles could not have a worse draw. He said that Del Potro might play one or two matches (to get the prize money) and withdraw (the reason would be Juan knowing he cannot win anything with his (small??) injury, and having the Davis Cup in mind...)

However, if he does withdraw, he shouls not go into Davis Cup, the ATP is going to look extremely closely at this.. He's in an awkward situation where he cannot really lie..

To continue with Poussin, the coach told me he thinks Gilles isn't going to last very long in the Masters Cup.. the better feeling for Gillou would be to have no pressure at all.
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Old 11-06-2008, 06:25 PM   #468
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That means that I won't be able to watch any of it but the part on sunday... Unless I take a couple of days off school.

I can't wait until next year when it's in london.
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I think it's the other way around, isn't it? 6 pm in Shanghai should be around 10-12 am on Monday for us in Europe (I don't know the local time in each country).
Oops my bad
You're totally right, We are 8 hours behind so a 6pm match there will be 10am here..... Thank you for pointing that out!!!
And I've 16 hours less waiting time now

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I can't wait until next year when it's in london.
Neither can I... I even went to check how much the tickets might be - probably more than I could afford though if Shanghai prices are anything to go by!
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No sarcasm intended I'm all for death or glory in this one !

He's had a good rest, he's playing some fantastic tennis, he's in the zone - what better time to take on the worlds best and beat them! Did you see his h2h record in GM - thats top 5 form!!!

SIMON (8-9)

- Nadal 1:2
- Federer 1:0
- Djokovic 1:0
- Murray 1:2
- Davydenko 2:1
- Roddick 0:2
- Tsonga 1:1
- Del Potro 1:1

http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=133904
That's pretty impressive. I don't think Gilles is going to be destroyed or anything. Win it all? Probably not, but I don't think he's going to embarrass himself or anything.

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They are big time at the FFT since Jo and Gilles were the only top players remaining at the FFT (all the others are either with Lagardère or working with private coaches).
I'm sure the FFT feels very good about it, I don't blame them. They get a lot of crap from French players.
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It's the worst draw for him, but hopefully he can surprise everyone and get to the semis! Good luck against Federer on Monday!
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The main article about the Frenchies today in l’Equipe, but it's not very interesting:
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Gilles Simon et Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ont tapé leurs premières balles sur le sol chinois tout en s’accoutumant à leur standing de puissants du tennis.

MÊME SOUS LA PLUIE, le panorama depuis le 31e étage de l’hôtel Hilton de Shanghai a une sacrée gueule. Perspective incomparable sur une des mégapoles les plus folles d’Asie : vingt millions d’habitants, des bambouseraies de gratte-ciel, une vitalité le jour comme la nuit. Ajoutez-y une touche de très grand luxe, avec un bow-window de verre plongeant dans le vide, un peignoir et un oreiller brodés à votre nom, et vous aurez une petite idée de ce que découvrent depuis deux jours Jo-Wilfried Tsonga et Gilles Simon, élevés au rang de maîtres du tennis. Même si sur tous les réverbères de la ville, ce sont les bouilles de Nadal, Ferrer et Blake qui figurent sur les oriflammes placées par les organisateurs.
« C’est vrai que ça change carrément par rapport au standing habituel du circuit ATP. Et, ma foi, ce n’est pas désagréable », reconnaissait Gilles Simon. Contrôles en douane escamotés, transfert du palace au stade en berline allemande aux vitres teintées : un traitement impérial en attendant les petites surprises que l’ATP a préparées pour ses élèves les plus méritants. En 2007, les huit Maîtres avaient eu droit à une copie de deux mètres à leur effigie des fameuses statues de l’armée de terre cuite de l’empereur Qin. Qui dit mieux pour 2008 ?
Un entraînement à 4 heures du matin !
Avant les fastes et les honneurs, les deux complices ont repris langue, hier, avec le tennis, après plusieurs jours de coupures post-Bercy, plus de dix heures d’avion et sept heures de décalage horaire. Les jambes étaient donc bien lourdes au moment de pénétrer, sous les coups de 11 h 30, dans le stade Qizhong, sous fond de perceuses électriques. « C’est le premier et dernier entraînement que Gilles et Jo vont faire ensemble. Ensuite, nous allons alterner les sparring-partners », expliquait Thierry Tulasne, le coach de Simon, qui a déjà planifié des séances avec les joueurs du groupe or (celui de Tsonga) : Davydenko dès aujourd’hui, Del Potro demain et Djokovic dimanche. Éric Winogradsky a entamé la même démarche pour Tsonga, avec, pour débuter, une séance aujourd’hui face à Andy Murray.
« Woah ! On les sent les heures d’avion et les cinq heures de sommeil saccadé », pestait Tsonga, surpris lors des premiers échanges par la surface très abrasive du Qizhong Stadium, ses rebonds hauts et sa relative lenteur. « Ah ! Un entraînement à 4 heures du mat (référence à l’horaire français), tu n’as pas l’habitude ! », lui lançait Simon. Après deux heures très intensives et un passage aux soins pour « Big Jo », les potes regagnaient chacun leur vestiaire individuel avec moquette blanche, salle de bains et écran plasma. « Le moral est au zénith. Il n’a pas de problème au niveau physique », commentait « Wino », qui a prévu deux séances d’entraînement par jour, sans doute dans un court du centre-ville, entre les obligations protocolaires (photo officielle ce matin, conférence de presse demain...), et qui veut désormais protéger son poulain en limitant ses apparitions médiatiques.
Tandis que Tsonga privilégiait le travail physique, Simon s’est de nouveau entraîné avec Thierry Tulasne l’après-midi. Ce dernier a prévu d’alterner les entraînements entre les courts du centre-ville et l’écrin de Qizhong, bien que distant d’une heure de voiture. « Pour les sensations, rien ne vaut l’entraînement sur le vrai court de la compétition, commentait le numéro 2 français, pas plus ému que ça de son tirage ultra coton, avec, en hors-d’oeuvre, rien de moins que Roger Federer. « Je pense que les gars comme moi, qualifiés sur le tard, sont dans une spirale positive de compétitions et de victoires. Ils ont un petit avantage sur les quatre meilleurs mondiaux, qui ont dû batailler toute l’année pour être au top. » À Shanghai, ces trois dernières années, la chance avait souri aux underdogs, comme Nalbandian, repêché et vainqueur en 2005 ; Blake, dernier qualifié et finaliste en 2006 ; ou Ferrer, lui aussi finaliste en 2007. Alors, pourquoi pas Simon ou Tsonga, dossards nos 6 et 8, en 2008 ?
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Ferrer and Blake are everywhere on the posters in the city, not the Frenchies.
The surface is very "abrasive", quite slow and the bouncing is high.
They had a very intense practice session yesterday (2 hours). It will be their only one together, they will now practice with the other players. Gilles with Davy today, then Delpo and Nole on Sunday.
Jo is putting the emphasis on the physical preparation, Gilles more on the tennis training (as usual) and practices with Tulasne the rest of the time. As much as possible at the tournament venue to get used to the court, even though it's one hour away from the hotel.
Everybody is feeling well, no physical problems.
Gilles doesn't sound upset by his draw, he means that the players who qualify during the last weeks like him are caught up in a positive spiral of wins, unlike the top players who have fought hard all year long.
And the journalist points out at the end that the underdogs have done well in Shanghai these past 3 years with Nalby winner in 2005 (he was an alternate), Blake finalist in 2006 (last qualified) and Ferrer in 2007. So why not Tsonga or Simon (#6 and 8)?
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Old 11-07-2008, 02:41 PM   #473
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An interview of Tulasne:
http://www.fft.fr/action/masters-cup/?ID=4315

Gilles had a good feeling after the first practice session with Jo, the court isn't too fast. He has already recovered very well from the jetlag. He had two great training sessions with Delpo and Davy today.

They don't have a minute to themselves, tons of media stuff to do, a lot of trying on for Gilles too, they sometimes waste 90 minutes just to go to the tournament venue - it sounds like a lot of stress. Not so great for Gilles who likes having a lot of time for himself to recharge his batteries.

The draw: Tulasne says the opponents are tough, but Gilles knows them well because he played them not so long ago. Tutu means Fed wasn't playing very well in Madrid and Bercy (he sure was in Basel!! <- that's from me).
Then some boring blabla about the FFT and how awesome it is and how proud they are.

He has coached a lot of players in his career and Gilles reminds him of Seb (Grosjean) for the talent and the ability to find the right answer when he faces top players. Of course Seb had a better record and played semi-finals in Slams, but Tulasne hopes Gilles is going to do it too - possibly next year already. Gilles has an enormous confidence and he has understood he needs to work tremendously, so he always is ready and available.

The main improvements in his game: Gilles now is conscious he has a great FH, while people used to tell him it's a weakness in his game. He's really strong now in the FH cross rallies. That's how he beat Federer in Toronto. That was the main improvement this year according to Tulasne.
The other big change is that he completely rebuilt his netgame in Februrary. He used to play a double-handed BH volley, a bit like Davydenko. It's impressive to see how fast he has changed his whole technique to play one-handed volleys. (I find that amazing too! I feel silly now for having poked fun at him in Rotterdam when he was volleying like a beginner. Or even in Wimbledon. He was outright embarrassing at the net, but it was quite courageous from him, with hindsight.)
But he still has a lot of work to do, especially on his serve.

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I can't wait. I think i'm going to take monday off school.
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Two articles in L'Equipe today. First Tulasne's comments again:
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Simon est déjà dedans
(...) Dans le genre minimaliste, Gilles Simon a fait encore plus fort (que Tsonga) : rien, rien, rien jusqu’à son arrivée à Shanghai ! « Pas même un footing, raconte son entraîneur Thierry Tulasne.De toute façon, il n’avait pas envie de jouer. Mais je ne m’inquiète pas : dans le passé, chaque fois qu’il a privilégié la récupération, ç’a toujours payé. » Plutôt que de courir bêtement derrière une balle qui ne lui avait rien demandé, Simon a préféré se poser et discuter de l’évolution de son jeu. « Des choses qui restent entre nous, explique “Tutu”, mais qu’il était nécessaire de mettre à plat. C’était très intéressant, on a recadré pas mal de trucs. Il s’est remis ses repères en tête. » Il faut croire que le brainstorming, initié par le joueur, a porté ses fruits. Selon son coach, Simon volait hier sur le court. « Aujourd’hui (hier), Gilles a tapé une heure et demie avec Davydenko et une heure et demie avec Del Potro, dit-il. Ce fut l’une des meilleures séances d’entraînement que je lui ai jamais vue faire. Il avait du jus comme rarement, les sensations étaient top… En plus, les conditions de jeu sont parfaites pour lui. » CommeTsonga, il n’a guère eu à se forcer pour amorcer la pompe à motivation. « Je ne l’ai jamais vu comme ça, précise Tulasne. On le voit dans son attitude sur le terrain. Il est super positif. Il commence à réfléchir comme les meilleurs. Je crois qu’il ne se sent pas encore à sa place sur la photo de groupe mais, sur le terrain, c’est une tout autre histoire. Même si son groupe est difficile, il veut croire que chaque match est jouable. Il respecte tout le monde mais il est persuadé d’avoir des solutions face à n’importe qui. » Y compris si ces adversaires s’appellent Federer, Murray et Roddick. C’est beau, la confiance.
His preparation for Shanghai: nothing, not even a jogging, nada. But Tulasne is not worried because everytime Gilles prefers to do nothing and recover, it pays off. Since he didn't feel like playing, they talked a lot about the development of his game and it looks like it worked because he was flying all over the court yesterday in training according to Tulasne. He had more energy than ever and the conditions perfectly suit his game. He also seems more motivated than ever. "Very positive. He starts thinking like the top players. I mean he still feels out of place in the group picture, but on the court, it's another story. Even if his group is tough, he wants to believe that every match is winnable. He respects everybody, but he's sure to have solutions against any of them."

But Tulasne always is so positive in interviews, he will never say anything negative about Gilles, so I for myself always take his statements with a pinch of salt.

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And Gilles in Shanghai:
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He talks about his huge suite, 60 m² just for himself, great view, but he can't see anything since the sky is completely overcast, etc. Big dilemma: which one of the two bathrooms should he use?
He will stay in Shanghai until the end of the tournament and then he will spend 10 days in Mauritius. He will resume the training at the beginning of December and will start his season with the Hopman Cup.
They had made a mistake in the spelling of his name (Giles instead of Gilles - the guys have their name written everywhere) and it was corrected in 30 minutes.
He means the facilities for the players like the gym, the players lounge, etc. are not so different from the Slams or the Masters Series events, but since they are only 8 using them, everything looks totally oversized.
The atmosphere with the other players is very relax, everybody is looking really happy to be there.
Tons of ceremonies and media work to do, they hardly have time to play tennis.
He finds the tournament venue "superb". The surface: rather slow, very high bouncing, takes the effects pretty well.
When he's asked about his draw, he just says it's fine because he didn't want to be in Jo's group.

Nothing special!

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An interview of Gilles:
http://www.fft.fr/action/masters-cup/?ID=4321

The audio version, better than the transcription if you understand French, he smiles and laughs a lot:
http://www.fft.fr/action/masters-cup...lt.asp?ID=4320

And Fed says he's a bit surprised to see Gilles in Shanghai since he hasn't done anything in Slams, but everybody there has earned his spot. He is a great tactician who reminds him a little bit of Lleyton.

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And Fed says he's a bit surprised to see Gilles in Shanghai since he hasn't done anything in Slams
I can't beleive Federer said that. He must still be upset about his loss to Gilles in Toronto.

O.K. now I want Gilles to beat him even more than before.

I'm glad he is feeling positive about his chances. I personally hope he can get a win off of Andy Roddick. He definately struggles against him.


Thanks again for the translations Fran.

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The players went to the openning ceremony by cars.When Gilles and Jo went out,Gilles walked after Jo and wanted to get on Jo's car.Then Jo said"no" and pointed at his car!An interesting mistake I think.Maybe he was a little nervous.
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