Let the countdown begin. Should have all started in Chennai,but due to his injury condition seems like we'll have to wait a bit more.Wish you an injury-free season and no doubt results will come.This man is so inspirational character for me and wish him best of luck.
ps. oh and this is where i belong
"Two roads diverged in a wood and I, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference."
Last edited by Johnny_Bravo : 12-17-2010 at 09:39 AM.
I'm hoping for a good 2011, but at the news that the injury has kept him out of Chennai. I'm wondering what he's thinking right now after a year of struggling constantly with the injuries and poor form. Feel like the start of next year is really make or break time, he needs a good AO.
If he can, I think it might be an idea for him to play the South American clay court swing after AO. Might be a chance to pick up a few easy wins on his best surface. It did JCF the world of good last year, winning titles and reaching top 20 again.
I would have preferred he dealt with 2010 differently. But the past is the past.
2011 is going to be a happy, healthy and victorious year for Paulo! I have spoken!!
The best quality in Paulo is that he can never give up. I know we've heard/read certain things he said in the interview, plus it's been a very difficult year. But we all know he loves tennis (despite everything it puts him through ) and he's going to get back up for another fight. Can't wait to see him back on the court!
"History is filled with losers who never won anything themselves, but who ruin the success of others."
It's a new injury ? I read nothing about that those days. Something new about his coach situation ?
just found that it's still his knee, not great.
MATHIEU SUR LE FLANC
Toujours tracassé par son genou gauche, Paul-Henri Mathieu, 97e mondial, ne débutera pas son année 2011 à Chennai (Madras) comme il l'avait envisagé. On peut même s'interroger sur sa capacité à être opérationnel pour l'Open d'Australie, qui débute le 17 janvier.