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Old 10-15-2005, 08:00 PM   #46
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Kiwi gave an interview to the french Tennis Mag' a few months ago. Would you like me to post scans then maybe someone (a francophone Kiwi fan?) would agree to translate it?
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Yes I had it but left it at my hotel in indianapolis..damn! I can translate it if you want no problem.
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I liked what he said.
Yes of course we would be happy if you can provice this interview for us. Thanks for keeping your eyes open
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Thanks, great job delsa, I had no time yet to read it, but I certainly will do soon!
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Article of "Die Welt" about Nensel and Kiwi who are trying it with the "buddy principle", as the headline suggests, not with the normal coach-player relationship

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Pattaya/Hannover - Sie genießen bei mehr als 30 Grad Celsius Sonne pur, ihr Luxushotel verfügt über einen riesigen Swimmingpool und sieben eigene Tennisplätze. Was sich nach einem schönen Pärchenurlaub in Thailand anhört, ist für Nicolas Kiefer die erste offizielle Dienstreise mit seinem neuen Trainer Sascha Nensel.

Der Tennisprofi aus Hannover, der von Sonnabend an mit Anna-Lena Grönefeld beim Hopman-Cup in Perth aufschlägt, hat sich in Pattaya auf den Start in die Saison 2006 vorbereitet. Mit viel Tennis, Inselausflügen auf dem Jetski und einer neuen Taktik, die die Rückkehr in die Weltspitze ermöglichen soll. Denn Kiefer (28) und der weitgehend unbekannte Nensel (35) versuchen es auf die Kumpeltour. "Wir sind ein Team auf Augenhöhe und wollen nicht im eigentlichen Trainer-Spieler-Verhältnis arbeiten", sagt Kiefer über die Niedersachsen-Connection.

Mit dem Wechsel vom Schweden Thomas Hogstedt, der künftig Thomas Haas betreut, zum Hannoveraner Nensel nimmt Kiefer ein Stück Heimat mit auf seine weltweite Punktejagd. Er war schon die Nummer sechs der Weltrangliste. Er hat mehr als 5,5 Millionen Dollar Preisgeld erspielt. Aber über die Nähe zu Vertrautem freut sich der Weltenbummler immer noch wie ein kleiner Junge.

Über seine Stippvisiten bei Hannover 96, wo er im Trikot der "Roten" ein sehr intimes Verhältnis zu den Fußballprofis des Erstligaklubs pflegt und zuweilen sogar mittrainiert, mag man schmunzeln. Aber Nestwärme und Bodenständigkeit, die ihm Nensel, früherer Mitspieler beim Bundesligaverein HTV Hannover, bieten kann, sollen den Erfolg bescheren. Sie basteln auf Duz-Basis an der Karriere, die durch Verletzungen und unglückliche Pleiten ins Stocken geraten war.

Kein Australier wie Bob Brett, kein Schwede wie Hogstedt - der Hannoveraner Nensel, zuletzt hauptberuflicher Jugendtrainer beim Niedersächsischen Tennis-Verband, mußte nicht lange überlegen, als Kiefer ihn mit seiner Einladung in die besser bezahlte Etage des Sports beglückte. Der ehemalige Bundesligaspieler, dem der große Durchbruch auf der Profitour nicht vergönnt war, galt zu seiner aktiven Zeit als ausgekochtes Schlitzohr und großer Choleriker. Daß er voller Wut schon einmal einen Schiedsrichter abgeschossen hat und dafür in der Bundesliga gesperrt wurde, darüber redet Nensel heute nicht mehr so gern. "Mein Verhalten war sicher nicht immer vorteilhaft. Aber Emotionen haben im Sport eine große Bedeutung, wenn sie im richtigen Moment kommen", sagt der Trainer, den seine Frau und seine beiden kleinen Söhne künftig häufiger entbehren müssen. Kiefer erwartet von ihm, daß er "bei mir den Stachel ansetzt und entscheidende Nuancen herauskitzelt". Für wie lange? "Das entscheidet der Erfolg", sagt der beim Heuern und Feuern von Übungsleitern experimentierfreudige Kiefer.

In Thailand, nur eine Zeitzone von Australien entfernt, schindet er sich gemeinsam mit Paradorn Srichaphan. Das nationale Tennisidol zeigt ihm aber auch seine Heimat. "Die Relaxingeinheiten organisiert Paradorn", sagt Kiefer, "es ist ein Paradies hier."

Er wirkt bester Dinge. Und er ist fest entschlossen, seinen Höhenflug aus dem Jahr 1999, als er in Hannover bei der ATP-WM für Furore sorgte, nicht als Ausreißer dastehen zu lassen. Auf dem Weg zurück, der ihn Ende 2005 schon auf Position 23 in der Hackordnung der weltbesten Profis geführt hat, verordnet sich Kiefer die Kontinuität, die er in den zwei Jahren unter Hogstedt erstmals durchgehalten hat. "Sascha steht mir im Gegensatz zu Thomas ganzjährig zur Verfügung - vor allem auch in Turnierpausen", schwärmt er, "das war mir neben dem Vertrauen am wichtigsten."

Wann immer es der Spielplan hergibt, will Kiefer zurück nach Hannover jetten, dort durchpusten, weiterarbeiten und sich am Fußball mit 96 erfreuen. Nensel soll ihn stets begleiten, dürfte aber einem anderen Verein die Treue halten: Er ist als Spieler noch beim ehemaligen Zweitligaverein OSV Hannover am Ball. Von der Tennis-Weltspitze zurück in die Fußball-Kreisliga - so viel Flexibilität hatten Kiefers bisherige Tennisball-Zuspieler nicht zu bieten.
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Transcript - Kiefer, Groenefeld, Arthurs, Stosur with Fred Stolle
31/12/2005


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(Stolle) Well, what a heart stopper that one was. The mixed doubles, that’s what the Hopman Cup is all about. The mixed doubles decide it again. It was a tough day at the office folks.

(Stosur) Yes, it was a tough day. It’s always hard to lose especially in a tie-break 10-8. Those tie-breaks can go either way, that’s the way it goes.

You guys won the first set and then the Germans switched sides. Did that have anything to do with your tactics?

(Stosur) I don’t know. I kind of went off the boil a bit at the start of the second set and then found it hard to get back into it and they picked up their game. I think they ended up playing better when they switched. Maybe they will play that way from the start next time.

On the positive side though Sam, you’ve got to be very happy with your performance in the singles. You came out, served particularly well. The kick serve and you played very well today.

(Stosur) Yes definitely. I’m really happy with the way I played in the singles game. That’s something that I can work on for the next matches as well and then hopefully keep it going in the mixed doubles next time.

Well good luck. Wayne, a tough day at the office. Nicolas returned serve very well and you didn’t.

(Arthurs) Thanks for that Fred. That’s about the truth though isn’t it? Yes, I had a very bad day on the serving and probably an even worse day on the returning. You get punished by someone who’s returning that well when you are not serving great. I was a little disappointed with the way I played in singles. I picked it up a little bit in the doubles. It was even more disappointing to lose it in the end.

Well, as far as the return of serve, is it a little easier when you have someone out there in the mixed doubles? You returned better in the mixed doubles than you did in the singles.

(Arthurs) Yes I certainly did. I don’t have to run to the other side to try and retrieve the ball. I’m not quite sure why it is that I return a lot better in doubles, but hopefully I will pick up my return over the next couple of matches.

Nicolas put you under a lot of pressure on the return of serve. If you missed the first serve you know you’re always looking at a low volley.

(Arthurs) Yes I certainly was. He was returning very hard as well. I wasn’t picking my spots on the second serve and I’ve got to be doing that against probably one of the top five returners in the world.

And how about the right calf muscle? You’ve got it taped up?

(Arthurs) Yes, I had a bit of a problem. Three weeks ago I tore a 3cm tear in it and it has recovered well and it was another spot on it that recovered quite badly in the last game of my singles. Hopefully with a bit of intensive physio it will pull up well for next Tuesday.

Well you don’t have to play until Tuesday. Tough one today, but good luck for the rest of the week and enjoy the New Years Eve party tonight. And the winners, what a performance it was. To get through and win that tight mixed doubles. You must be happy with your performance today Anna-Lena.

(Groenefeld) Yes I am. To win in the mixed doubles, that was so close. We had a lot of fun today and it was a great atmosphere playing here. In my singles I was a little bit disappointed with the way I started the match. It was the first match of the year, but I think I can improve in the next few matches and I am really happy we pulled it out today. I had a good partner, like last year, I had a good partner who helped me out.

Last year you played very well in the mixed doubles and towards the end here you stepped it up a notch.

(Groenefeld) Yes, we always said have fun and go for the shots. Be aggressive and it paid off in the end. We stepped it up in the tie-breaker. It’s great to have a win in the end.

Well how about Nicolas, this is the first time he has played mixed doubles in his career if you can believe that.

(Groenefeld) Pretty impressive, yes. It is a lot of fun to play mixed and I think he enjoyed it too. It was his first one. We have two more for sure and maybe a third one. I hope we can keep it up like this.

You guys came here, you’re the bookies favourites if you want to go and have a bet on yourself, for the rest of the week, you’re the bookies favourite. You won’t get a very good price now that you have beaten the Aussies. Nicolas, a great performance today. You looked pretty trim and you came out and you played a great singles match and again in the doubles.

(Kiefer) Yes I feel physically very good. Sometimes shots are going everywhere, but it’s okay. At the end of the day the win counts and I am very happy that I won my singles and it was a tough mixed now. As you said it was my first mixed in my career and 10 years on the ATP tour, I have never played mixed, so I was a little scared to shoot on the woman.

Well you didn’t show that towards the end.

(Kiefer) Just match point because it was a very important one. But I tried to stay away from it. It was very enjoyable. It was nice to play with Anna-Lena and we had a lot of fun, which is the most important thing; to go out onto the court and enjoy it and that is what we did today.

You did seem to be enjoying it and that’s what the Hopman Cup spirit is all about. You had a few laughs with the crowd; you cracked somebody on the shoulder. We though it was the head, but it was just the shoulder. But she’ll have a sore arm tonight.

(Kiefer) I think she is ok. I told her, next time I take the other shoulder then she will feel much better. It is really nice. Nice people. Very friendly and enjoyable. There are great spectators here and also for Germany. Thank you very much.

The last thing I want to ask you is about… You look like your Kim Clijsters out here and in the commentary booth, on a couple of occasions, you have had some injuries but it’s pretty tough to do that (splits). I saw you grab your knee at one stage. Is everything okay?

(Kiefer) Yes everything feels okay. I am 28 but I still feel young, so my legs are still running.

Well congratulations on a great effort today and you’re through to the next round and your favourites. Good luck for the rest of the week and have fun again at the New Years Eve party.

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Can somebody explain me the "crack somebody on the shoulder" reference which I didn't understand? What happened there?

On the first time reading I understood "crack" as breaking a bone and I thought, what the fuck happened? But "crack sb on the shoulder" means probably tap/touch somebody on the shoulder, right? So what was the context there that Kiwi did that?
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German Nicolas Kiefer was pumped during his lengthy battle with Sebastien Grosjean, but what will live on was Kiefer's toss of the racquet.

NICOLAS Kiefer is an ill-deserving semi-finalist at the Australian Open. He was ill-humoured, bad-mannered and foul-mouthed throughout yesterday's victory over Sebastien Grosjean, a performance that culminated in the unforgivable moment when he threw his racquet across the court while Grosjean was in the act of hitting a smash. The way he then feigned innocence only compounded the wretchedness.

Kiefer exposed much about himself, and more about the sport. Sometimes, tennis is so concerned with being a "nice" game that when faced with an atrocity, it blushes and looks the other way, hoping for it all to vanish before the next platitude.

Kiefer might never have thought to behave in such infantile manner if he had been docked points or even a game earlier in the match. There were enough opportunities, as he launched a series of tirades, swearing profusely, against the chair umpire about line calls that mostly were shown to be right.

Kiefer pleaded that the day was hot, the match long, tense and gruelling for high stakes, and that these were isolated moments. But it was also so for Grosjean, and he kept his cool and his dignity throughout. Kiefer claimed to have apologised to Grosjean, but the Frenchman disputed that. Kiefer also claimed that Grosjean was a friend. "Friend is a big word," said Grosjean. The hole Kiefer dug for himself grew deeper by the minute.

Even when Kiefer finally prevailed, he could summon up no grace and scarcely offered umpire Carlos Bernades even perfunctory acknowledgement.

In a grown man, this behaviour was contemptible. In a major sport, tolerance of it is pitiful. Cricket and Australian football have both cracked down latterly on the assailing of officials, and they are sports that demand much greater physical courage and in which a little venting of emotions might be allowed, but is not. Soccer and the rugby codes insist on absolute respect for officials and opponents.

Kiefer had been fined $6650 already in this tournament, for three different instances of obscenity. He had form, but not repentance. Fines do not work when levied against lavishly paid sportsfolk. Kiefer said winning justified all. Long may he lose.
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Unfortunately he has damaged his reputation from that match

Why doesn't he learn? If Kiwi can keep calm throughout the match, with his ability, he can beat anyone. Why does he always let his temper destroy his match and his chance to win?

We would have thought at his age, he should be mature enough to learn from the mistake and be calmer. Agassi is one good example for Kiwi.
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As if a deft drop shot is not enough to contend with, Sebastien Grosjean faces another airborne object - Nicolas Kiefer's racquet - yesterday.
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I am so disappointed with Kiwi's behaviour on court throughout this tournament. This is probably the worst
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I'm dissappointed in his behavior as well. He won't be making any new fans this way but then again i'm sure that is the last thing on his mind is making new fans.

I'm used to the behavior so nothing really surprises me. At least I know off the court he is totally different personality. Also, as a player myself, I can understand that emotions can get the better of you in a long hard fought match.
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Come on guys! It's just a game. In such a case you can not control yourself! Kiwi is the best...
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some people are just so sensitive, come on, everybody has feelings and kiwi's very outgoing, and what's wrong with that? the aggression, anger, despair has to be released somewhere, better swearing at the linespeople than being so self-destructive like gaudio and his little mental problems

i thought it was very entertaining

btw, i've always loved johnny mac and kiwi is apparently trying to follow in the steps of john
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My last comment on the subject, all of this contoversary would have been avoided if he would have conceded the point and gave it to Seb. That would have been the sportmanship thing to do. If he had done that, the media, spectators and fans wouldn't have thought twice about the incident.
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