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Old 02-17-2013, 05:31 PM   #61
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Default Re: Brasil Open --Campeão!! 6-2; 6-3. :woohoo:

Wow! I didn't see this coming. To me it seemed more possible to win VdM (real clay tournament) against Zeballos than SA (terrible quick indoor clay) against Nalbandian. Tennis surprises me yet again.
I wouldn't take to many assumptions regarding Rafa's movement. This court didn't allow to slide and Rafa was just cautious on this slippery surface. Also it was his 13 match in 12 days, so he could have been tired. Rafa's movement in VdM was much better.
Nadal will rest for a couple of days now on the beach in Acapulco and should be in good shape next week. I just hope that his knee will be fine (it was apparently not against Alund as he said).
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Without question, I can't believe he won at altitude indoors! I've seen Rafa look more comfortable playing in Cincy.


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I was looking for trophy presentation pictures and I ran across this gem. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...in-the-us-open

It made me smile, and I hope you all get a chuckle out of it too. Rafa had exceeded expectations before, and I hope he exceeds mine in his comeback from such a long time away from the tour.
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So happy with the title, but his game must improve drastically in the next couple of weeks/months. Nevertheless,let's hope that is the beginning of a winning streak!
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Com "pneu moral", Nadal bate Nalbandian e vence 1º título pós-lesão



Rafael Nadal conquistou em São Paulo o primeiro título desde o retorno às quadras. O espanhol, número 5 do mundo, venceu um jogo recheado de altos e baixos contra o argentino David Nalbandian, o 93, neste domingo, garantindo o bicampeonato do Brasil Open. A partida disputada no Ginásio do Ibirapuera, em São Paulo, foi definida por 2 a 0, com parciais de 6/2 e 6/3, em uma hora e 18 minutos.

Marcado por muitos erros de ambos os lados, o segundo set teve andamento estranho. Nalbandian abriu rapidamente 3/0, mas perdeu seis games consecutivos até cair por 6/3. A sequência configurou um "pneu moral" - "pneu" é o nome dado no tênis quando um jogador é derrotado por 6/0.

No último ponto, Nadal encaixou um forehand na paralela a qual Nalbandian tentou responder com um slice. A bola flutuou até sair por pouco, o que provocou uma grande reação do público que lotava o Ginásio do Ibirapuera, com capacidade para 9.300 espectadores.


Nalbandian havia ganhado fama por ser um dos únicos tenistas com retrospecto positivo diante do espanhol, mas agora tem sequência de cinco derrotas
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Neste momento, o espanhol ergueu ambos os braços para festejar o 51º título da carreira, sendo o 37º no saibro e o segundo no Brasil, onde já havia triunfado em 2005, quando o único ATP nacional era organizado na Costa do Sauípe.

Em São Paulo, o espanhol comemorou o primeiro título desde voltar às quadras. Ele esteve afastado entre junho de 2012 e fevereiro de 2013, recuperando-se de uma inflamação no tendão patelar (síndrome de Hoffa) e uma ruptura parcial no tendão rotuliano do joelho esquerdo.

Ele havia retornado ao circuito na semana passada, sendo vice-campeão do ATP 250 de Viña del Mar, sendo derrotado na decisão pelo argentino Horacio Zeballos. Nesta semana, admitiu que ainda sofria com dores no joelho esquerdo - atua com uma faixa logo abaixo dessa região do corpo - e lamentou que o sábado, quando venceu o argentino Martín Alund na semifinal do Brasil Open, havia sido o "pior" dia em termos de dores.

Apesar de ainda não estar 100% fisicamente, Nadal venceu Nalbandian pela quinta vez na carreira, a quinta consecutiva. Antes disso, o argentino havia ganhado fama por ser um dos únicos tenistas com retrospecto positivo diante do espanhol - derrotou o colega duas vezes em um intervalo de três semanas em 2007, vencendo por 6/1 e 6/2 nas quartas de final do Masters Series de Madri e por 6/4 e 6/0 na decisão do Masters Series de Paris. O encontro deste domingo foi o primeiro dos rivais em uma quadra de saibro.

Durante as rodadas anteriores da competição, Nalbandian havia recebido grande apoio do público, mas a maioria dos fãs neste domingo se mostrava favorável a Nadal. Os espectadores se manifestaram bastante na virada do quinto para o sexto game do segundo set, quando os ex-jogadores de futebol Ronaldo e Djalminha, além do lutador de artes marciais mistas Anderson Silva, chegaram às tribunas do ginásio.


Assim como já havia ocorrido no último sábado, alguns torcedores chegaram a se sentar nas escadas das arquibancadas do Ginásio do Ibirapuera, tanto no setor inferior quanto no setor superior. Tentando contornar a situação, seguranças liberaram a entrada dos fãs em quatro fileiras de cadeiras, em uma das laterais do ginásio, que eram destinadas à imprensa.

Nadal, 26 anos, liderou o ranking mundial por 102 semanas na carreira e ocupava a terceira posição no momento em que se afastou do circuito, após a derrota na segunda rodada de Wimbledon. No retorno, ele repete a história de 2005, quando conquistou o Brasil Open na até então última vez em que havia jogado como profissional no País.

Naquela oportunidade, na Costa do Sauípe, o espanhol tinha 18 anos de idade, era o número 48 do mundo e venceu o compatriota Alberto Martín na decisão. Aquele título, o segundo da carreira do jogador, marcou o início de uma grande fase para ele, que ainda em 2005 conquistaria Roland Garros e mais nove competições (Acapulco, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Roma, Bastad, Stuttgart, Montreal, Pequim e Madri), fechando o ano como o vice-líder do ranking.
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Too long since we've seen this!



or this. He looks so happy.

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Default Re: Brasil Open --Campeão!! 6-2; 6-3. :woohoo:

My friend Raquel kindly summarized the article for me.

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I have no idea what that means, [pneu moral] it's a Brazilian idiom or something...

The article doesn't say anything special. Match had up and downs, mentioned the score, says they both made a lot of UEs and that he second set was weird because nalby lead 3-0 and then lost 6 consecutive games.

oh... then explain the pneu moral! Pneu is a bagel. But it wasn't a bagel but Rafa won 6 staright games, so it was a moral bagel = penu moral. brazilians......

Then they describe the last point and say the crowd went crazy when Rafa won.

Then the last paragraphs they talk about Vina del Mar and explain why Rafa was away for so long!
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So happy for Rafa. It's really good to see him winning again.

But we can't forget his game atm is far from the one which will allow him to beat Djokovic or Federer. I really hope this silwervare will be a huge confidence boots for our hero
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So happy for Rafa. It's really good to see him winning again.

But we can't forget his game atm is far from the one which will allow him to beat Djokovic or Federer. I really hope this silwervare will be a huge confidence boots for our hero

Yes, you are right. It is refreshing tho after VdM.

He has a LONG road back and it's a bit too much to expect that he will be able to hold his own with the big boys for some time.

I look at Sharapova and her comeback after shoulder surgery. It's hard to believe how tenacious and determined she was and battled through so many dispiriting losses. I'm not exactly a fan of hers, but I respect her battle to comeback. It was hard to watch, and I'm sure Rafa's will be hard to watch. I just hope it dosen't take as long and that he's made the right choices about his knee.
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“It's very nice and important because at the end of your career what’s left are the titles, and depending on certain moments there are some titles that you appreciate very much,” said Nadal. “This one I appreciate it the most because of all the struggles I went through during the week, with some problems with my knee some days.”

"[It’s] true, David didn’t play very well, but in general I played my best match of the week,” Nadail said. “I am very happy, to win in Brazil for the second time, it's wonderful. In 2005 it was the beginning of all these last beautiful years. I hope this will be a re-start.”

"I'll definitely enjoy this one because of all the problems that I've gone through with the knee," he said. "When I won for the first time here I was just starting and hopefully this will mark a new beginning."

"When the knee is feeling better like today I feel like that I can do more of the things that I used to do my entire life," he said. "If the pain is bearable like it was today, then it's fine."

"Right now I'm just thinking about celebrating this title, it means a lot to me," Nadal said. "I still need time, so I'm thinking day to day, week to week."


So it seems that the knee was much better in VdM. At least this is what I understand from Rafa words. This is bery bad sign in general... It also seems that it was better today than yesterday. Strange story with this knee. Hope that we will see much better Rafa in Acapulco
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This win is for you, Mimi Enjoy!

So happy with the title, but his game must improve drastically in the next couple of weeks/months. Nevertheless,let's hope that is the beginning of a winning streak!
thank you my dear friend, good way to start the most horrible day of the week: i.e. Monday
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“It's very nice and important because at the end of your career what’s left are the titles, and depending on certain moments there are some titles that you appreciate very much,” said Nadal. “This one I appreciate it the most because of all the struggles I went through during the week, with some problems with my knee some days.”

"[It’s] true, David didn’t play very well, but in general I played my best match of the week,” Nadail said. “I am very happy, to win in Brazil for the second time, it's wonderful. In 2005 it was the beginning of all these last beautiful years. I hope this will be a re-start.”

"I'll definitely enjoy this one because of all the problems that I've gone through with the knee," he said. "When I won for the first time here I was just starting and hopefully this will mark a new beginning."

"When the knee is feeling better like today I feel like that I can do more of the things that I used to do my entire life," he said. "If the pain is bearable like it was today, then it's fine."

"Right now I'm just thinking about celebrating this title, it means a lot to me," Nadal said. "I still need time, so I'm thinking day to day, week to week."


So it seems that the knee was much better in VdM. At least this is what I understand from Rafa words. This is bery bad sign in general... It also seems that it was better today than yesterday. Strange story with this knee. Hope that we will see much better Rafa in Acapulco
For me it is strange that he plays with pain. Will playing make the knee better or it is just about learning how to play with pain ?

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Rafa posted yesterday evening picture at the airport in Sao Paulo. Does anyone know if he is flying stright to Acapulco?
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Rafa posted yesterday evening picture at the airport in Sao Paulo. Does anyone know if he is flying stright to Acapulco?
No, but he is in Mexico. He flyed to Cozumel, a little, beautiful and relaxing island of Mexico (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cozumel):



He is staying in the "Secrets Aura Cozumel Resorts & Spa" hotel (http://www.secretsresorts.com/aura-cozumel), wich looks pretty great:





He is with his family in a mini-holiday of three days, and then he will fly to Acapulco (he has a kind of meeting with Champions Drink Resposibly on Saturday I think).
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