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Old 10-26-2004, 12:21 PM   #16
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All great stories so far and Melu that comment "where are the Coria fans now" was brilliant.

My story well I was in awe of his performance against Hewitt in the quarters and seeing who was left in the draw I felt confident as long as it wasn't Henman. Two reasons Henman owns him and the midget Coria in the final the prospect was as good as an Argentine steak.

Then Gaston beats Nalle, and Coria does his job. I had a big night before, but this year I didn't go to RG and now looking back it was a dumb thing to do.

The final got underway and the midget was not making any errors in the first 2 sets and I have seen some big stage fright performances and was muttering come on man make this final longer than the women's match.

The magical wave and yes I even joined in the wave, it made me feel a part of it, even though I was a long way away, maybe not like Melu or GWH. When Gaston did that, it was the change that was needed and the French crowd were great to Gaston.

The 5th set and I had flashbacks of the qualies of 1999 when GWH and I saw Gaston playing, and the reflections of him playing those matches and now here he is in the final of his biggest tournament, in the 5th set.

After saving the mps, then hitting that backhand, which was such a fitting way to win the match. I was dancing around like a big fool and didn't cry, but Gaston tried to do that to me.

Actually a GWH quote made it really sink in after the Euro football championships. If someone said that Gaudio would win the French Open and Greece winning the football, then they would have been sent to the funny farm.
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Old 10-26-2004, 12:42 PM   #17
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Eurosport's coverage was typically late, they tuned in about 15 minutes into the match and Coria was up *3-0 already, and I thought this is going to be a short afternoon's work... it was painful watching those first couple of sets, in particular one game Gaudio lost from 40-0 up which ensured he was bagelled in the first set, and all the signs were that he would go down pitifully. It all seemed pre-ordained - as the third set started, my commentators mentioned that the only other Argentine winner was another Guillermo, Vilas in 77, and that he won the title 0, 3 and 0 over Brian Gottfried, so Coria was two thirds of the way to copying that score.

I saw the crucial third set when Gaudio started to relax and be more consistent, and then when the match took a strange turn I had to switch over because others in my family wanted to watch something else (D-Day anniversary ceremonies, as it happened), so I was only able to flick back occasionally. The fourth set went by in a blur, I thought Gaudio had it in the bag, then he starts gagging in the final set, double-faulting and giving Coria short forehands to the bemusement of my commentator: "If I were his coach I'd be screaming 'Backhand, backhand, give the guy some backhands!'" After seeing Gaudio break back, the next time I put it on Coria was about to serve for the match again at 6-5, and then I couldn't watch it for about 20 minutes. The thoughts were running through my head of having to watch El Mago holding up the trophy...

By the time I turned over again, it was the ceremony, and Coria was speaking - I thought it was a victory speech, then for a moment I glimpsed the runner-up plate in the corner of the screen, and realised that Gaudio must have won. I still couldn't believe it until I saw a shot of him with the trophy. I was taping the match, so I watched the dramatic final set afterwards and still felt like leaping for joy when he swept that backhand away onto the sideline and threw his racket into the air. High-fiving the crowd was a brilliant reaction, and one that will guarantee him popularity when he returns to defend next year.

Before the tournament I would never have expected Gaudio to triumph, and typically he did it in rather bizarre fashion - the final set would never have been so dramatic if he'd knuckled down early and hadn't let Coria get into his head. But I do find it ironic that it was Gaudio's piss-poor, disaffected attitude that actually won him the match (ie, not pumping his fist or shouting when he finally held serve at the end, but laughing to his coach), while Coria's much-vaunted mental toughness was what let him down since it resulted in nervous cramps. I was particularly pleased that the trolls who blithely predicted it was "Guille's destiny" to win this title had been proved wrong.
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Gaston fan for three years and wasn´t able to see him winning RG? Do you know somebody like that - if not, you do now, it´s ME. On Sunday afternoon I switched Eurosport to watch it. Before I could enjoy one single good point it was 0:6. No, I was thinking not losing to Coria and please not like this. Second set, 3:6 and again no reason to smile until the Mexican wave. Then came third set and fourth - with the cramps. And believe me I didn´t want Coria to stop coz it´d not be the kind of victory for Gaston I´d want. Start of the fifth set....nothing too pleasant...and then me going out. Why? For Paul Mc Cartney concert, my long time dream came true but at the same time I wanted to see the last set of RG. The concert was brilliant but after it I ran home and the first thing I asked my sis was "Who won?" And her answer "I don´t know, I switched it off when the other one broke yours." I was like no, no, it means Coria won. I ran to my TV to see the teletext and there it was - Gaston won! I´m ashamed of being a bad fan but I didn´t believe it (there are mistakes all the time on Czech teletext) so I checked the German one and there it was too. My happiness was neverending. to Gasti!!!!
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How did I react when GG won RG? Like somebody completely crazy, I mean really insane for some people passing by in the street at that right moment...

I had been so nervous with the 2 first sets. The man on court couldn't be GG. He was not the one I saw against Hewitt or Nalle. I must admit I told myself, no don't tell me the men's final's gonna be as bad, quick and frustrating as the women's one! I felt really down at that time. But when GG came back from hell in the 3rd set, it began again. You know, the cries, the shouting loud. I even made the wave with the crowd, alone on my sofa. The only one who witnessed this was my cat! I'm sure it's still wondering what happened to me!
The last set was another match in the match. 9 breaks, footfaults... I thought, wow, now, men, one of you has to do something. I just could not bear anything more. I was so tense. Right there, Coria had his 2 matchballs. My god! What had I done? It was my fault! I promised so many silly things just to see GG wipe away those 2 balls! And he did!
When I finally heard "game, set and match", I simply burst out into tears. Too much tension, pressure. Too much joy. No, not too much! I had never reacted this way after a RG final, in15 years of tennis fanship. And suddenly, this victory. For me, it has been and will always remain the greatest one. All I regret is I was alone after the match. I wished I would have shared my joy with somebody! I could have kissed someone in the street but there was nobody there!
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Hi,
I love your stories!
My reactions are pretty similar of yours.
Here are a couple of mines.
The week before RG: I was watching the RG preview on ESPN and when they said that Guga was the last unseeded champion I had the weird (very weir at that moment) sensation that Gaston was going to be the next.
After I see the draw: Cañas??? How could I have thought about the championship? He wouldn’t even pass the first round! The sensation continued during the first day of that match but when it was postpone 2-2 I had the same feeling than Davin: He won!
Against Novak: It was the only match I couldn’t watch and following it from work trough the Internet was a torture!
When he defeated Hewitt I broke into tears and thought “we” are so close… yes, I was feeling as I was also on court.
Before the final my sensation was “hay olor a heroica” (as Jaite said) ,everybody here in BA (or at least everybody I know) wanted him to win, life had to be fair! And it was!
During the final I was alone at home and I shouted to him more than ever (it’s something I usually do during his matches and not only to cheer him…), I love him when he started laughing and hated him when he couldn’t hold his service but at the end I couldn’t feel happier: my favorite player in my favorite GS in my favorite city and against my “favorite” opponent. I will never forget that Sunday! It will always be one of my greatest sports memories but I know it won’t be the last Gaston will give us.
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These are all great stories and I have an idea, the more of these we get. I will put them all together and give them to Gaston or get Melu to do it.

After reading all these stories I have the different pictures going through my head of all the different reactions from all of us. No matter whatever happens this was a great moment that was witnessed and in myself I knew Gaston was very capable of winning the French Open, but this doesn't mean that he was going to do it, but I for one am so happy that he managed it.
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Jajaja George I like that idea.
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Sure, I will see him in December in the exhibition tournament here, so if you want to prepare anything, let me know. I can be your private mailing service.
Suggestion: try to write short sentences (if in english), that way it's more easy reading for non native speakers, hehe.
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Maybe we can take the best parts out of every single post and then link them together saying where we are from.

For example: After saving the 2 match points, then hitting that winning backhand, which was such a fitting way to win the match. I was dancing around like a big fool and didn't cry, but Gaston tried to do make me cry from

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Maybe we can take the best parts out of every single post and then link them together saying where we are from.

For example: After saving the 2 match points, then hitting that winning backhand, which was such a fitting way to win the match. I was dancing around like a big fool and didn't cry, but Gaston tried to do make me cry from

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Wow, very good idea indeed,GWH! No doubt G will appreciate. It's time for him to realize how much he's loved and how high his self achievement in Paris got his French fans! (ok, international ones!)
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Hey thats a great idea GWH!....thought of something like that maybe with the "1001 reasons" thread, that he might be happy to see how many reasons we have to love him...but that's a great idea too!!..I hope Melu would be our private postwoman
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Good idea GWH and we have Melu who can deliver these message personally.
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I was still enjoying his virtuoso performance against Hewitt, when he beat Nalbandian I was very happy that he made the final, but wasn't really ready to celebrate.

I watched it with a friend who hates Coria even more than I do. We hoped that he wouldn't be too tight when he came out for the final, but it was horrible how wound he was on the court.

We just hung in and hoped and hoped for a turnaround, and then we noticed that Gaston was playing better and the French crowd got involved as well and helped him along.

Then when I saw Coria cramping, I was very suspicious about his antics especially since his past form with faking injuries, then that surreal 5th set. I don't think I'll ever see a 5th set of a major final like that, it seemed none of them were going to win, and no one could hold serve at all.

Head in hands during Coria's mps but those shots missed and we said fight like a gladiator and taste of victory was so close, and then when I saw the backhand go into the open court. Then we both screamed and danced like little kids and just enjoyed the moment and it will never be forgotten.
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I don't post here too often, but as some of you know I adore Gaston to pieces, even if Mariano Z. is still my favourite tennis player.

Well, I spent that very special June afternoon alone in front of my tv. Sadly my family isn't very interested in watching tennis. But my best friend is a tennis freak like me, so we decided to call each other after each set. The first two sets were horrible to watch. I really suffered for Gaston. I just felt so sorry for him that he wasn't able to show his enormous talent in this most important match of his life, followed by millions of tv viewers. Then during the third set as Gaston started to win some games and find his shots again, I relaxed. Fourth set was totally crazy... I didn't know what to think. Did Coria really have some serious crampes or was he acting again?? But Gaston did what he had to do, he played his game and tried not to be impressed by Coria. Fith set was a nightmare to watch... I couldn't sit quiet, I was just screaming and jumping around! And then GG saving Coria's matchpoints... it was just too much, all this ups and downs! I don't know how I managed to watch the match to the end, but I did.

When everything was over the first thing I did was calling my friend. We both cried of joy. It was just so overwhelming to see Gaston with the RG trophy! I have always believed Gaston could win the big thing, but seeing it happening was still unbelievable! Gaston showed at this moment that every dream can come true if you work hard enough for it. It was a very special day I will ALWAYS remember!

Gaston, if you read this, THANK YOU for winning Roland Garros this year. 2004 was not my best year. I failed some very important university exams and went through a difficult time for a long time because of this. But looking back at 2004, it was still a good year because YOU, Gaston Gaudio, won the ROLAND GARROS title :-)!!! So, thanks for bringing happiness and joy in my life when I really needed it :-)!

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