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Old 05-27-2005, 01:22 PM   #46
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http://www.lanacion.com.ar/cobertura...nota_id=707662

If someone could translate this it would be appreciated.


La explosión
El misionero José Acasuso, que conoce como nadie en el circuito la tierra roja, logró ayer una de las victorias más importantes de su carrera y alcanzó por primera vez la tercera vuelta en el Abierto de Francia, segundo Grand Slam del año: venció al norteamericano Andy Roddick, N° 3 del mundo, por 3-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 y 8-6, en 3 horas y 21 minutos


PARIS.– Hay postales que se proyectan, pero que tardan mucho en concretarse. Son esos instantes de gloria, que se sueñan y que a veces en toda una carrera no pueden consumarse. Algo de eso sintió José Acasuso, en ese rato en el que se acostó sobre el polvo de ladrillo del court Suzanne Lenglen, de cara al cielo. Después de 3h21, el misionero, de 22 años, que conoce la tierra roja como nadie en el mundo del tenis, había consumado la mejor victoria de su carrera. Andy Roddick, el poderoso sacador norteamericano, sufría una nueva frustración al tiempo que Chucho, el del andar cansino y el tranco aletargado, que en sus tiempos de juniors creció detrás de Guillermo Coria y de David Nalbandian se daba el gusto de ser la estrella de la tarde parisiense.

El argentino llegó a estar dos sets abajo, 4-4 y break-point y, posteriormente, en desventaja por 1-3 en el quinto set. Roddick, el ex N° 1 del mundo, el campeón del US Open 2003, el actual N° 5 de la Carrera de los Campeones, 3° en el Ranking de Acceso y segundo cabeza de serie en el abierto francés, estuvo cerca de la victoria. Era casi un hecho, si el norteamericano nunca suele perdonar. Pero no sabía, en medio del pegajoso calor y la humedad, que enfrente tenía a alguien que sabe jugar como pocos con ese clima. Y así, Acasuso dio vuelta la historia y con un 3-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 y 8-6 logró su mejor actuación en un torneo de Grand Slam, pues por primera vez tendrá la oportunidad de pelear por un lugar en los octavos de final en una prueba de estas características, que dicho sea de paso, después de cuatro días ya no cuenta con jugadores de los Estados Unidos, Australia y Gran Bretaña, los países que organizan los otros tres torneos más importantes del circuito.

“Me siento cansado, pero feliz. Cuando logré quebrarle en el tercer set, me di cuenta que ganarle no era imposible. Después, cuando recuperé el break en el quinto supe que la victoria estaba cerca. Pensar que venía desganado y decidí volver a Buenos Aires a fines de abril porque no conseguía resultados. Hoy puedo decir que esos duros días de entrenamiento sirvieron para darme confianza y lograr la mejor victoria de mi carrera”, contaba, sin levantar la voz, sin euforias, con suma tranquilidad.

Nunca antes había disfrutado algo así. Si bien llevaba en sus alforjas dos títulos en el circuito (Sopot 2002 y Bucarest 2004), Acasuso cargaba con la cuenta pendiente de conseguir una explosión de este tipo. Ante más de 10.000 personas que conocían al Bombardero de Nebraska y poco sabían del misionero que machacó durante toda la tarde con el revés paralelo y los passings cruzados. Para construir una victoria épica, para sacar toda la fuerza que tenía dentro y para demostrarse de una vez que es capaz de estabilizarse y tener un rendimiento contundente. Y lograr su segunda victoria en cinco sets sobre tres partidos que disputó en toda su carrera con esa cantidad de parciales. Para dar vuelta, al igual que en la primera rueda de Australia 2002 un partido en el que lo tenía en desventaja por 0-2.

Acasuso, el más silencioso de la Legión, 60° en la Carrera y 69° en el Ranking del Acceso, fue el mismo que sorprendió en el ATP de Buenos Aires, en 2001, al convertirse en finalista tras superar la etapa clasificatoria. En esos tiempos de pelo largo, tipo rasta, el hoy pupilo de Daniel Orsanic, cayó ante Gustavo Kuerten, por entonces N° 1 del mundo.

Hincha fanático de Racing, el futuro rival del italiano Filippo Volandri tomó por primera vez una raqueta a los dos años, en Iporá, en el club que Juan Rubén, su abuelo y primer profesor, tenía en Posadas. Abrazó el deporte como pocos y un poco más grande se inclinó por el básquetbol hasta los 12 años, cuando el tenis se convirtió en su deporte para siempre.

Fue campeón sudamericano juvenil en 1996 y también recibió premios por su gran conducta deportiva, esa que provocó que el propio Roddick –que una vez más mostró sus cualidades de caballero– lo fuera a buscar del otro lado de la red para felicitarlo por el gran trabajo que había realizado. Mientras el noble Chucho se acordaba de su entrenador, su preparador físico, su psicólogo y su familia. Su gente, la que lo apoyó siempre. Los que aparecieron como en un flash después de ese drive que selló la victoria y dio vida a esa postal que grabará para siempre. Y que ocurrió nada menos que en Roland Garros. Justo sobre la tierra roja que Acasuso tanto caminó y conoce como pocos.

El prestigio de Ginóbili
La admiración por el jugador de basquetbol argentino Emanuel Ginóbili llegó hasta Roland Garros gracias a su colega francés Boris Diaw, de Atlanta Hawks, que, de paso en el Bois de Boulogne, dijo: "Manu es increíble, talentoso y luchador. No hay muchos como él, por eso es uno de mis preferidos".

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
Machado wins 6-2 6-1
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Old 05-28-2005, 02:30 AM   #47
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hmmm, ok well ill make a fool of myself here, my spanish is a little rusty but paraphrasing basically it says the following:

Yesterday Acasuso achieved on of his most important victories in his career and reached the third round of the French Open for the first time in his career by beating world number 3 Andy Roddick 3-6 4-6 6-4 6-3 8-6 in 3 hours and 21 minutes. This was a moment that someone can dream of in his career. This was something that Jose Acasuso must have felt as he lay on the red clay and faced skyward on the Suzanne Lenglen court. After 3 hours and 21 min the 22 year old let the world know he had completed one of his best victories in his career.

It goes on to say that Roddick was frustrated towards the end of the match and that Acauso is in a line of many young Argentinan players behind Nalbandian and Coria.

But of course I would appreciate it as well if someone could translate fully as well
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Today Chucho comes up Volandri, who obviously will be his stiffest opposition so far.

H2h chucho leads 2-1 with both victories coming last year but it is fair to say that Pipo has improved significantly since last year.

good luck chucho, he can definitely do it
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This is a translation but i do not know if right. sorry my english is not so good
the little i know i learn by myself.

The explosion
The misionero José Acasuso that knows as nobody the red clay in the atp, achieved yesterday one of the most important victories in his career and reached the third round for the first time in the Open of France, second Grand Slam of the year:He Defetead the North American Andy Roddick, N° 3 of the world, for 3-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 and 8-6, in 3 hours and 21 minutes

PARIS.–there are postcards that are projected, but that they take a lot in being summed up. They are those instants of glory that one dreams and that sometimes in an entire career they cannot be consummated. Something of that felt José Acasuso, in that while in the one that layed down on the clay of the court Suzanne Lenglen, face to the sky. After 3h21, the misionero, 22 years old, that knows the red clay as nobody in the world of the tennis, had consummated the best victory in his career. Andy Roddick, the powerful American server suffered a new frustration at the time that chucho, the one of walking weary and the drowsy stride that grew behind Guillermo Coria and David Nalbandian in his junior times got the pleasure of being the star of the Parisian afternoon.

The Argentinean ended up two sets being down 4-4 and break-point and, later on, in disadvantage for 1-3 in the fifth set. Roddick, the former N° 1 of the world, the champion of the US Open 2003, the current N° 5 of the Champions Race, 3° in the Entry Ranking and second seed in the French Open, he was near the victory. It was almost a fact, if the American usually forgives never. But he didn't know, amid the sticky heat and the humidity that it faces he had somebody that knows how to play as few with that weather. And this way, Acasuso gave turn the history and with a 3-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 and 8-6 achieved his best performance in Grand Slam's tournament, because for the first time he will have the opportunity to fight for a place in the eighth of final in a test of these characteristics that said it is in passing, after four days no longer bill with players from the United States, Australia and Great Britain, the countries that organize the other three more important tournaments of the ATP tour.

“I feel tired, but happy. When I was able to break him in the third Set, I realized that to win him was not impossible. Then, when I recovered the break in the fifth set I knew that the victory was close. To think that he came without appetite and I decided to return to Buenos Aires at the end of April because it didn't get results. Today I can say that those hard days of training they were good to give me trust and to achieve the best victory in my career”, He counted, without lifting the voice, without euphorias, with supreme tranquility.

He had never before enjoyed something like that. Although it took in their saddlebags two titles in the Atp (Sopot 2002 and Bucarest 2004), Acasuso loaded with the pending bill of getting an explosion of this type. Before more than 10.000 people that knew the Bombardier from Nebraska and little knew about the misionero who mashed during the whole afternoon with the dtl backhand and the crosscourt passing shots. To build an epic victory, to take out all the force that he had inside and to be demonstrated once and for all that it is able to be stabilized and to have an overwhelming yield. And to achieve their second victory in five sets in three matches that he disputed in all their career with that quantity of sets. To give turn, the same as in the first round of Australia 2002 a match in which had it in disadvantage for 0-2.

Acasuso, the most silent in the Legion, 60° in the Champion Race and 69° in the Entry Ranking was the same one that surprised in the ATP of Buenos Aires, in 2001, when becoming finalist after overcoming the qualy. In those times of long hair, type rasta ?, the today pupil of Daniel Orsanic,lost to Gustavo Kuerten, for then N° 1 of the world.

fan of Racing Club (a football/soccer team), the future rival of the Italian Filippo Volandri took a racket for the first time at two years old, in Iporá, in the club that Juan Rubén, his grandfather and first professor, had in Inns. He hugged the sport like few and a little bigger he resolved for the basketball until the 12 years, when the tennis became his sport forever.

He was a junior South American champion in 1996 and he also received prizes for their great sport behavior - sportsmanship, that that caused that the own Roddick – that once again showed his gentleman qualities– will look for it of the other side of the net to congratulate him for the great work that he had carried out. While the noble Noble Chucho remembered his trainer, his physical coach, his psychologist and his family. his people, the one that always supported him. Those that appeared like in a flash after that forehand winner that sealed the victory and he gave life to that postcard that will record forever. And that it happened anything less than in Roland Garros. Fair on the red clay that Acasuso so much walked and he knows as few.

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Chucho is in the 4th round and will play the winner of Puerta and Wawrinka.

Too bad that Volandri defaulted at 3-0 in the 1st set, at least it gives Acasuso a bit more time and he can be ready for his next match.
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Chucho lost to Puerta but anyway a good run for him.

he will play in the ordina open in two weeks.
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Acasuso se tiene fe para Wimbledon


Ayer, José Acasuso viajó rumbo a Londres, en donde a partir del próximo lunes, participará en Wimbledon (20.000.000 de dólares en premios), el tercer Grand Slam de la temporada. “Quiero seguir mejorando mi juego”, dijo el vencedor de Andy Roddick.



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A los 22 años de edad, el misionero José Acasuso viene de cumplir su mejor actuación en Roland Garros, tras haber alcanzado los octavos de final en donde cayó con Mariano Puerta, finalista del Abierto Francés, después de eliminar al estadounidense Andy Roddick, tercer jugador del mundo.

Chucho (47° en el ranking mundial) afrontará su debut en Londres ante el checo Tomas Zib (61°). “Lo que sucedió en París fue muy bueno para mí, porque significó la primera vez que llego a la segunda semana de un Grand Slam. Además, me sirvió para darme cuenta que puedo jugar partidos largos y levantarlos, aún con jugadores que tienen un ranking mucho mejor que el mío, como sucedió ante Roddick”, dijo.

Acasuso también se dio un tiempo para el balance sobre los sucedido en el primer semestre del año y se mostró conforme con su rendimiento. “En líneas generales, fue bueno. Llegué hasta los cuartos en Viña del Mar y las semifinales en Buenos Aires y Saint Polten. Además, le gané a Safin, en Barcelona. Aunque tenía planeado jugar en Roma y Hamburgo, decidí volver a la Argentina, durante dos semanas, para entrenarme mejor. Y regresé al circuito en Saint Polten con un mejor nivel de juego”.

“Después de Wimbledon, jugaré lo que resta de la temporada en canchas lentas e iré hasta Sopot para defender la final del año pasado y Bucarest en donde gané el torneo, en 2004. En la segunda parte del año quiero seguir mejorando mi juego, conseguir un poco más de regularidad y jugar sin lesiones, porque hace tiempo que no puedo hacerlo durante un año entero”, sentenció.

A poco menos de un mes de que la Argentina juegue su pasaje a las semifinales de la Copa Davis, ante Australia, el misionero no olvidó su ilusión de jugar. Y le dio pie a su sueño. “En la Davis todo puede cambiar de un día para el otro. O sea, si uno gana un torneo de los grandes o se mantiene en buen nivel, durante un par de semanas, puede estar en el equipo. Aparte, la realidad dice que el circuito está muy difícil y hay muchos contratiempos. Entonces, hay jugadores que se pueden lesionar cuando hay una serie y se puede generar un hueco. De todas formas, no me desespero, porque sé que tengo tiempo para jugarla. Hoy hay un muy buen equipo, con muchos jugadores y soy consciente que hay varios que están delante de mí. En Roland Garros hablé con Mancini, como lo hicieron los demás jugadores. Y eso es muy bueno, porque te hace sentir parte del equipo, aunque uno no juegue”, afirmó.
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Jose will play Nicolas Almagro in bastaad first round
Head To Head
Acasuso leads 2-0
2005 St. Poelten, Clay, R16
Austria Clay R16 Acasuso 6 4 6 4
2005 Buenos Aires, Clay, Q
Argentina Clay Q Acasuso 6 3 6 4

so if he plays well then he has a very good chance to win
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This is the section of the draw for him in Båstad, good to see him there.

(8) ACASUSO Jose ARG v ALMAGRO Nicolas ESP
BERDYCH Tomas CZE v KIM Kevin USA
SLUITER Raemon NED v ZABALETA Mariano ARG
CALATRAVA Alex ESP v (4) MOYA Carlos ESP

That is not a bad section and has a good chance to make the quarter finals.
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Chucho had a match against Vanek, but got through and now plays the Polish Super Stud Chadaj in what will be a tough match.
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http://www.ideaprokomopen.pl/en/gale...zycja=2&rok=05

Some nice photos of chuco playing chess

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Jose with his coach Daniel Orsanic won in doubles today
6-3 6-4

Jose is good doubles player He won a title with Sebastian Prieto two weeks ago
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Dangerous Daniel Orsanic playing doubles how cool is that and that they won is even better.

The big match against Chadaj today and if he wins he'd play the winner out of Moya and Starace. Time for Chucho to win Sopot again.
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Haaaaa!!!!! Orsaaaa!!!!!!! But today Chucho was playing so crappy this doubles match... that Orsa told him: "Whatever I manage to serve on the second side of the net you have to fuck up". I wish you could see Daniel's service. Once he hit his own head with his 1st serve. He practised it during the breaks of the games. He's definitely the nicest person participating in this tournament. And I loved when he was debating about going out in the evening with chair umpire Manu Messina (actually sitting on his chair) on Acasuso's match. Then Chucho started losing (we thought because he doesn't like being locked in the hotel room while Orsa goes out to the disco with us and dances until... the dawn) but he finally won. Chucho also got a warining from Manu because Vanek said it's scandalous to not to give him one through the whole match. Jose threw his racquet time after time (once I said: "Replay!", he threw it once again and then I said "thanks"), broke one, ohh simply behaved like a child in the sand! Today against Chadaj he didn't show anything special. I'll be cheering him like crazy in his next match, he's my favourite since I don't like my ex-friend and ex-starlet Juan Mónaco (who lost to cheri Monfils anyway) after what he did with 2 girls (at once) and a drink at the disco straight on my eyes (maybe even it was on purpose, I don't know and I am not curious).

Chucho doesn't go to the disco. That's why we think he can really win here.... however Coria is looking smooth on court, I hope cheri Gael can play his best again (please Gael.... don't lose vs Hanescu !!!!!!!!!!) and Jarkko Nieminen won't lose too fast especially after I cheered for him with his coaches today.

That's why we all love Sopot tournament but I hate it so much this time Everything goes just not this way it should...
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