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Old 06-18-2012, 08:37 PM   #16
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Quite expected but the scenario of match lets bitter It was one of the toughest draw and he got it maybe it was to balance out the soft draw in Roland Garros Pity he's not able to play his 16th wimbledon in a row but everything has a end. Hopefully he's not too much sad but it was close today so he must be .

Now wait and see for doubles still no news about baby Llodra Arno will surely came back in France. No idea if it was his last match ? If I was him I would not played US qualies as he has lost in the first round of all GS qualies he played since 2009 Not very useful except to get some time in NY.
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Quite expected but the scenario of match lets bitter It was one of the toughest draw and he got it maybe it was to balance out the soft draw in Roland Garros Pity he's not able to play his 16th wimbledon in a row but everything has a end. Hopefully he's not too much sad but it was close today so he must be .

Now wait and see for doubles still no news about baby Llodra Arno will surely came back in France. No idea if it was his last match ? If I was him I would not played US qualies as he has lost in the first round of all GS qualies he played since 2009 Not very useful except to get some time in NY.
Yeah, we can't blame a draw in Arnaud's case. In GS in 10's it was always very kind to him, but he didn't use his chances... Last time he faced a seed in GS was Fish at USOpen 2010. Then losses to Seppi, Berrer, Kubot and Goffin.

Hope they will make at least great last run in doubles.
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Arnaud: "Tonight was the final singles match of my career! And yes, my decision was made before coming here to participate in qualifying. The match was intense, tight, nice because there was a good fight against Kenny is a quiet player with whom I get along! It is true that one has a special feeling when his rackets stored after the game and say it's over, but I feel very comfortable with this decision. For me it is a good time!
No, I do not really feel sadness. I look tonight after the tennis as a second career with new goals, different challenges! Everyone has in mind the Davis Cup captaincy. It is obvious that this is something that I liked a lot but if not I am selected, I know I'll find other projects that will motivate me ... For me, stopping my career as a tennis player that is not a "little death" as I have heard here and there. No, it is rather a second birth, a new life that opens up to me! Of course there is an element of unknown, a transition period ... I'll see how it will happen but until then I feel very calm and even agree with me. "
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CETTE FOIS, C’EST FINI et l’histoire s’est close sur le court no 13 de Roehampton, devant une vingtaine de spectateurs. C’est là qu’hier Arnaud Clément a disputé (et perdu, face à son compatriote Kenny De Schepper) un premier tour des qualifs de Wimbledon qu’il aurait tout aussi bien pu gagner (6-7, 7-6, 6-3). La boucle est ainsi parfaitement bouclée : c’est en effet à Londres, en 1997, que l’Aixois, alors âgé de dix-neuf ans, avait remporté les premiers matches en Grand Chelem de sa carrière. Aujourd’hui, « la Clé » a trente-quatre ans et il n’émarge qu’au 142e rang mondial. L’heure est venue de tirer sa révérence.

Après sa défaite au deuxième tour de Roland-Garros, Clément avait laissé planer le doute sur une éventuelle prolongation, lors des qualifs du prochain US Open. Entre-temps, de l’eau (et de la cogitation) a coulé sous les ponts. « Préparer Roland et “Wimb”, ça m’excitait, dit-il. Déjà, l’US, ça m’excite beaucoup moins... Et puis, je ne peux pas me permettre d’aller à New York, comme ça, la fleur au fusil. L’an dernier, j’ai joué des qualifs et des challengers pendant l’été. Là, honnêtement, je n’ai plus envie. » Pour un joueur qui a disputé une finale de Grand Chelem (Australie 2001) et pointé au 10e rang mondial, disparaître après un match d’anonymes sur un court anonyme pourrait sembler déplacé, voire tristounet. Pas pour Clément. « Je me suis bien amusé, avoue-t-il. Kenny est un mec qui a bon esprit, il y avait une bonne ambiance, c’est un bel endroit... Je suis un gagneur et j’ai toujours aimé la victoire mais, aujourd’hui, quelque part, je n’ai plus rien à prouver sur ce dernier match. J’aurais sans doute été plus touché si je n’avais plus jamais remis les pieds à Wimb. Mais il se trouve que je vais jouer le double avec Mika (Llodra) la semaine prochaine. Je suis content de vivre ça avec lui. C’est ici que j’ai remporté mon seul titre de Grand Chelem en double (en 2007), alors c’est sympa et c’est un beau clin d’œil. »

À Roland-Garros , « la Clé » avait, selon ses habitudes, parfaitement manié l’autodérision en se moquant de son absence d’émotions à l’heure du clap de fin. Wimbledon n’a rien changé à l’affaire. « Bien sûr, j’ai peut-être mis un peu plus de temps à faire mon sac à la sortie du court mais, franchement, je ne suis absolument pas triste, précise-t-il. Ce n’est pas puissant émotionnellement. J’y ai pourtant pensé pendant la partie. Je me suis dit : “ Tiens, je joue peut-être mon dernier match…” Mais ce n’est pas allé au-delà. Je n’ai eu aucun pincement au cœur. Y a quand même des choses plus importantes dans la vie, non ?... »

Battu mais tonton

Comme une naissance, par exemple. « Je suis tonton depuis ce matin ! (hier matin), raconte-t-il. Mon frère a eu une petite Adèle. Alors, je rentre dès demain (aujourd’hui) en France et je vais essayer d’aller faire un petit tour à Aix. Je pense que je reviendrai à Wimbledon vendredi ou samedi. » Pour une dernière représentation en double, « tranquille et sans beaucoup d’ambition ».

Il sera ensuite temps de se tourner définitivement vers un autre futur. Beaucoup l’annoncent sur la chaise de capitaine de l’équipe de France de Coupe Davis. « Oui, j’ai parlé avec les mecs qui sont venus me voir pour me poser des questions, conclut-il. Donc, je n’ai pas vu tous les joueurs. Peut-être qu’il y aura des réunions informelles pendant Wimb. Ou peut-être pas. Mais, franchement, ce soir, je n’ai pas trop ça en tête. » On le comprend : être tonton, ça vous marque son homme.

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o Une finale à l’Open d’Australie en 2001 perdue face à Andre Agassi.

o Une participation à la campagne victorieuse en Coupe Davis en 2001, où il joue tous les tours à l’exception de la finale.

o Une victoire en double à Wimbledon au côté de Michaël Llodra en 2007.

o Un coup d’éclat jusqu’en quarts de finale à Wimbledon en 2008 (à 30 ans et pointant au 145e rang mondial), battu par Schüttler après avoir eu une balle de match.

o Une victoire – insuffisante – en double au côté de Michaël Llodra en finale de Coupe Davis face à la Serbie en 2010, au terme d’une performance individuelle de haut niveau. En dix ans de Coupe Davis, il aura joué 21 matches en simple (12 v.-9 d.) et dix en double (8 v.-2 d.).

o 4 titres en simple (Lyon 2000, Metz 2003, Marseille 2006, Washington 2006).

o 6 h 33’, le record du match le plus long disputé à Roland-Garros face à Santoro en 2004.

o 10, son meilleur rang mondial, le 2 avril 2001.
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THIS TIME IT'S FINISHED, and history has closed on court No. 13 of Roehampton, before a score of onlookers. It was there yesterday Arnaud Clement played (and lost out to compatriot Kenny De Schepper) a first round of Wimbledon qualifying he might as well have won (6-7, 7-6, 6 - 3). The loop is looped perfectly: it is indeed in London, in 1997, aged nineteen, had won the first Grand Slam match of his career. Today, "La clé" is thirty-four years and he's off at 142# in the world. It's time to bow out.

After his defeat in the second round of Roland Garros, Clement had left guessing about a possible extension in qualifying for the next U.S. Open. Meanwhile, water (and cogitation) has flowed under the bridge. "Prepare Roland and Wimb , it excited me, he said. Already, the U.S., it excites me a lot less ... And I can not afford to go to New York, like that. Last year I played in qualifying and challengers during the summer. There, I honestly do not feel like. "For a player who played in a Grand Slam final (Australia 2001) and pointed to 10th in the world, disappear after a match on a court anonymous, anonymous might seem inappropriate, even sad. Not for Clement. "I enjoyed myself, he admits. Kenny is a guy with a good spirit, there was a good atmosphere, it's a beautiful place ... I am a winner and I've always loved the victory, but now somehow I have nothing more to prove this last match. I would probably have been more affected if I had put foot in real Wimb. But it so happens that I will play doubles with Mika (Llodra) next week. I'm happy to live it with him. This is where I won my only Grand Slam title twice (in 2007), so it's nice and it's a nice nod. "

At Roland Garros, "the Key" was, according to his habits, handled perfectly self-deprecating, making fun of his lack of emotion at the time of leaving. Wimbledon has not changed anything in the matter. "Sure, I may take a little more time to make my bag at the exit of the court but frankly I am not sad, he says. This is not emotionally powerful. Yet I have thought during the match. I thought: "Hey, maybe I play my last match ..." But it did not go beyond. I've had no heart sank. There's still more important things in life, right? ... "

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As a birth, for example. "I'm Uncle this morning! (Yesterday morning), he says. My brother had a little Adele. So I come home tomorrow (today) in France and I'll try to go for a ride to Aix. I think I'll be back at Wimbledon on Friday or Saturday. "For one last performance in doubles," quiet and without much ambition. "

It will then be time to finally opting for a different future. Many proclaim him on the chair of the team captain of France Davis Cup. "Yes, I talked to the guys who came up to me and ask questions, he concludes. So I have not seen all the players. Maybe there will be informal meetings during Wimb. Or maybe not. But, frankly, tonight, I did not too that in my mind. "This is understandable: being Uncle, that mark you a man.
For DC I think it's a joke they are not able to choose a name. FFT is not OK with Pioline ? They have dicussed since almost 3 months now Arno seems OK with that and ready to find something else to do but surely after some rest. He will surely move back from geneva to aix
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I didn't see but on the FFT they annouce his retirement and tere are the reactions of Gachassin and DIP http://www.fft.fr/wimbledon-2012/act...-ses-raquettes

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Réaction du président de la FFT, Jean Gachassin
"C'est un grand monsieur du tennis qui met un terme à sa carrière. Un Monsieur que je respecte beaucoup. Il a des qualités que j'aime : Arnaud est combatif, généreux, passionné, appliqué. C'était un grand professionnel et un grand champion, qui a un palmarès remarquable. Il est très respecté par ses pairs, car c'est un exemple. Il est aussi très respecté des instances fédérales. Il a aussi toujours défendu le maillot de l'équipe de France avec honneur. Je n'ai pas oublié sa victoire en double, en finale contre la Serbie, alors qu'il avait dû remplacer Julien Benneteau. Le mot équipe a beaucoup de sens pour lui. La preuve, c'est qu'il a toujours aimé jouer les interclubs."



Arnaud Di Pasquale, responsable du haut niveau masculin et ami proche d'Arnaud
"Je le savais depuis un moment. Il me semble que c'est la bonne décision qu'il arrête aujourd'hui. C'est un amoureux du sport, mais il ne fallait pas écorner son image. Il était encore compétitif, on l'a vu lors du dernier "Roland" qui a été magnifique. Mais quinze ans, c'est long. Je sais qu'il n'est pas triste. Il est bien dans ses baskets, bien dans sa vie personnelle. Ce n'est pas un arrêt brutal dû à une blessure. C'est un choix qu'il a mûri. Je ne suis pas inquiet pour lui, même si on parle de deuil pour l'arrêt d'une carrière de haut niveau.Il a des perspectives intéressantes... Il va faire plein de choses. C'est un fondu de sport, de vélo notamment.
Arnaud, c'est un mec plein de valeurs. Il a été un joueur méticuleux. Quand il a intégré les groupes d'entraînements de la Fédération, vers la fin de sa carrière, il a tiré tous les jeunes vers le haut. Sa carrière ? Incroyable ! Je suis surpris, je l'avoue. A 17 ans, il devait être classé seulement 0... C'est vrai, c'est aussi un ami très proche. Il a été l'un de mes deux témoins de mariage. Nous avons des points communs, bien sûr, mais nous sommes aussi très différents. Lui est limite maniaque, moi bordélique. Quand nous étions joueurs et que nous partagions des chambres sur les tournois, je me souviens qu'il allait donner mon linge sale, ça le rendait fou de le voir traîner dans la piaule... On s'est améliorés au contact de l'autre. Il y a eu aussi quelques bringues mémorables, bien sûr...
Arnaud est un gars généreux, avec un humour décalé, un peu perché. C'est aussi quelqu'un de très social. Loin de l'image du champion de tennis lointain de la vraie vie. Il est aussi très droit. Il s'en est toujours beaucoup voulu de ses problèmes avec les ramasseurs. Quand je suis devenu papa, je lui ai dit, 'tu te rends compte, ce pourrait être mon fils qui te ramasse les balles'. Il s'en voulait beaucoup, se promettait de faire des efforts et ça durait 12 minutes... Mais ça n'avait rien de personnel, c'était sa façon de faire avec la pression de la compétition. Arnaud, c'est vraiment un chouette type. Son état d'esprit va rester dans le tennis français. D'une façon ou d'une autre."

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Arnaud Di Pasquale, head of high-level male and close friend of Arnaud
"I knew it for a while. I think it's the right decision that he stops today. He is a lover of sport, but it should not dent his image. He was still competitive, we have seen it at the last "Roland" which was magnificent. But fifteen years is a long time. I know he is not sad. He feels at ease as well his in his personal life. It ' is not a sudden stop due to injury. It's a choice he has matured. I'm not worried about him, even if we speak of mourning for stopping a career high .He has interesting perspectives ... He will do lots of things. He is a fade of sports, including cycling.
Arnaud is a guy full of values. He was a meticulous player. When he joined the group of training of the Federation, late in his career, he shot all young people up. His career? Incredible! I am surprised, I confess. At 17, he should be classified only 0 ... It's true,we are also close friends. He was one of my two witnesses of marriage. We have common ground, of course, but we are also very different. He is borderline manic, I'm messy. When we were players and we shared rooms on the tournaments, I remember he would give my dirty laundry, it drove him crazy to see him hang in the room ... We have improved in contact with each other. There were also some memorable binges, of course ...
Arnaud is a generous guy with a quirky humor, a little bit in the clouds. He is also a very social. Far from the image of tennis champion distant from real life. He is also very straight. He has always feel guilty towards his problems with teh ballkids. When I became a dad, I said, 'Do you realize, this could be my son who picks you up the balls'. He was angry a lot, promised to make efforts and it lasted 12 minutes ... But that was not personal, it was his way of dealing with the pressure of competition. Arnaud is a really nice guy. His state of mind will stay in the French tennis. One way or another. "

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They draw Ramirez Hidalgo / Ramos

Mika is in Paris because baby is still not there. I think we won't be sure they'll play before they'll be on court Not easy to wait the birth of a child and play a tournament.
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He trained yesterday with Mika in Wimbledon. We learn that he went to see Adele in Aix before his nomination. He has choosen some bottles of Côte Rôti in his cellar to celebrate his new state of captain.
He was in the train yesterday with Mika and Amelie and they discuss about wines and played cards. In another article we learn that Mika and Arno planed to join others players to see the football match if they were decided to leave their hotel.

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I hope they decided to stay at the hotel

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oh so amelie just became captain too? (i am so out of touch )

the dc captain manages to look a little taller by the use of hair gel/wax ... honestly it's standing up so much, it's more like electrocuted

anyway i hope he'll get to play, the last doubles.
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oh so amelie just became captain too? (i am so out of touch )
Not yet she's the one the girls wants but asked for some weeks before giving her answer. If she says yes Arno and Amélie will be the new captain duet

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anyway i hope he'll get to play, the last doubles.
http://www.rmcsport.fr/editorial/270...dre-son-titre/ He says he's more focus on his new job that on this double even if Mika said to him they come to defend their title If they play it will be just for pleasure. Mika plays his single tomorrow so maybe double on tuesday

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arno and mika's last doubles match should start at 11.30 on court 11 on wednesday. given arno (and mika too perhaps) has been much distracted the last few days, they will have to find their form quick. good luck, have fun!
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Old 06-27-2012, 12:46 PM   #29
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wow our guys are serious, they are leading 2 sets to love. btw, mika looks very different from the last time i saw him... that is if you believe the ibm slam tracker
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Mika has a new outfit to pay tribute to Arnaud's last Wimbledon.

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