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James took part in the Swingtime event this weekend in Florida.. here are a few articles
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Blake, Morariu both know about adversity, how to overcome it

By ANDY KENT, ankent@naplesnews.com
November 20, 2005

As lonely a sport as tennis appears to be, it might be a bit surprising to some how tight the ranks close on both the men's and women's circuit when one of their own is hurting.

James Blake and Corina Morariu discovered this closeness separately on their own, then again when they first met each other in person. And in the process, they discovered another link that drives them to help others, which is one of the reasons why both are in Naples this weekend as part of the Swingtime tennis exhibition benefiting the Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation.

Morariu, who has rebounded from a fight with acute leukemia that nearly ended her life in 2001, was coached by Tim Gullikson when she was an 11-year-old living in Boca Raton. Gullikson died of brain cancer at the age of 44 in 1996, and one of his doctors was Morariu's father, a neurologist.

"Tim coached me when I was 11-years-old and he was like a second father to me, so I would do anything for him," said the 27-year-old Morariu, who teamed up with Mardy Fish in a mixed doubles exhibition against Xavier Malisse and Jenny Hopkins on Saturday afternoon at the Players Club & Spa at Lely Resort.

Blake, 25, lost his father, Thomas Blake Sr., to stomach cancer in July of 2004. Two months earlier, Blake fractured a vertebrae when he crashed into a metal net post during a practice session with Robert Ginepri on a wet clay court in Rome. He was almost paralyzed, and then after his father passed away, he came down with shingles.

Overcoming physical adversity was nothing new to Blake. He had scoliosis as a child and stood just 5-feet tall when he started high school. Now 6-1 and no longer affected by the disfiguring condition, Blake still never forgot the important lesson his experience taught him.

"If you're appreciating everything that's going on in your life from a day-to-day basis you're going to be happy just because you can appreciate the little things," Blake said. "I appreciate being able to get up and smile in the morning, or just a nice day, a beautiful setting right here or a football game."

But Blake also didn't realize how many people he inspired even before his incredible comeback this past summer that culminated with a thrilling five-set loss to Andre Agassi in the semifinals of the U.S. Open.

He first caught Morariu's attention in the 2001 U.S. Open when he lost a hard-fought match to Lleyton Hewitt that was marred a little by a controversial remark made by Hewitt about an African-American linesman. Blake handled the matter in the post match press conference very well, and at the time Morariu was in the hospital receiving chemotherapy treatments.

"I remember thinking he just handled himself with such class," Morariu said. "He started doing well when I was sick and in the hospital. So I started playing again and I played against his team in a team tennis match and I remember him just pulling me aside and saying, 'I think it's so great what you've done, you're such an inspiration.' I just remember thinking for a young guy to pull me aside and say something like that, I just remember thinking that was really incredible."

When Blake found out how much of an impact he had on Morariu while she was fighting her cancer, he was taken aback.

But the two developed a friendship after that and an equal passion for helping other people with life-threatening illnesses. He said they both have been given a newfound perspective on life and realize how lucky they are to be able to still be playing tennis and to have the means to help with causes like the one supported by the Gullikson's foundation.

Morariu, who described her cancer experience as "visiting hell on earth," looks at Blake as the type of person Tim Gullikson would have had the utmost respect for and as a great ambassador for the game. Blake feels the same away about her.

"She's incredible," he said. "Everyone seems to make a big deal about everything I've done or gone through last year, but there needs to be more of a big deal made about how much she's endured and the fact that she's still smiling, still healthy, still playing the sport she loves.

"She really appreciates being at events like this and she supports causes like this, which is great, and she is an inspiration to so many kids that it's very exciting to be a part of it with her."

Tom Gullikson, Tim's twin brother, can't say enough about both players. He pointed out that Blake is a board member of the foundation and referred to Morariu as "simply one of the finest young ladies on the tour today."

Blake had to pull out of his scheduled exhibition with Taylor Dent on Saturday due to an injury.

Gullikson also hopes that Blake, Morariu and the other men's and women's players who continue to participate in events like Swingtime — Dent, Fish, Xavier Malisse and Jenny Hopkins — receive the recognition that they deserve.

"The players are often portrayed as aloof and inaccessible and greedy," Gullikson said. "And these players that are here this weekend refute all of those points, they really do a great job."

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Players entertain fans at charity event at Lely
Tournament provides pros with practice at same time

By Jl Watson
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Originally posted on November 20, 2005

They traded backhands for barbs, top spins for trash talk.

The players at Swingtime — a Pro-Celebrity, Pro-Am Tennis and Golf Tournament held Saturday at Lely Resort in Naples — entertained fans while getting in a little extra practice time on the courts. Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) star and all-around nice guy James Blake had to sit this one out, but signed autographs and talked to fans.

"I sprained a ligament in my foot," Blake said. "I hurt it Wednesday on a treadmill while I was running."


It was one of his first workouts after coming off a short layoff. Blake said he thought the injury was minor but found out on his way to Naples that the ligaments needed rest.

"My foot is supposed to be better in a week," he said. "I'll get back to training, hopefully without hurting myself again."

With 2005 singles titles at the Stockholm Open and Pilot Pen tournaments, Blake has had a great year, considering that in 2004 he battled huge obstacles: a broken vertebrae that threatened his life, never mind his career; the death of his father; and a virus that kept him off the tour for eight months. Perhaps his greatest match this year was in the U.S. Open quarterfinals, where he took on Andre Agassi. Agassi won in a grueling, five-set marathon that sapped the energy from both players.

"We both have a ton of respect for each other," Blake said. "He's an incredible person. We both played our best. If you're going to lose a match, you want it to be one like that, where you're playing well."

If he didn't walk away with the win, Blake at least won the congeniality category. His friends and fans, the "J-Block," are avid followers and are a vocal presence at most of his matches.

"I'm so lucky to have people like that," Blake said. "I've had people ask me, 'Do you really know all those people?' I can tell you the personal lives of all of them. They're friends, coaches, people I grew up with, friends' parents. I'm so happy to see them out there."

Blake left the J-Block at home for Swingtime, but spent time cheering on his doubles partner Mardy Fish, who is rehabilitating a left wrist injury. Both players said they will be ready to play in warmup tournaments Down Under while gearing up for the Australian Open in January. ...
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Blake To Appear On 60 Minutes On Sunday
By Tennis Week
11/23/2005


James Blake made one of the most inspirational comebacks in tennis this year. On Sunday, Mike Wallace brings Blake's story to the nation in a profile that will air on CBS' "60 Minutes" starting at 7 p.m. Eastern time. Wallace interviewed Blake and teammate Andy Roddick in Belgium during the United States' Davis Cup World Group Playoff tie against host Belgium.

Three years ago, Blake was a hot property both on and off the court where his rise up the rankings after claiming his first career title in Washington, D.C. was accompanied by an IMG modeling contract and another title — People Magazine named Blake "The World's Sexiest Athlete".

A year ago, Blake's life took a tragic turn: pursuing a drop shot in a May, 2004 practice session with Robby Ginepri on the red clay of Rome, Blake burst forward full speed when his foot caught on the clay and he slammed head first into the net post with such force his neck snapped back before his body crumpled to the court like a marionette whose strings were suddenly snapped. As he lay immobile on the court with a broke neck, pain, panic and fear flooded Blake's body. The sight of his friend flattened on the court provoked the terrifying prospect of paralysis in the mind of Blake's coach and mentor, Brian Barker.

"I feel like I am generally a pretty calm laid-back person, but at that time I was very, very scared," said Blake. "The way I hit that pole, the first thing my coach said he was thinking the way I hit it for sure it I’d be in a wheelchair the rest of my life and was just hoping I was going to be able to walk someday, so he was just as scared as I was apparently."

The pain deepened considerably a few weeks later when Blake's father, Thomas Blake, passed away after a bout with cancer. Then Blake found himself battling a virus called Zoster, which paralyzed half his face and diminished his sense of sight and smell. But Blake battled back from the personal and professional pain to post the best season of his career this year.

The 24th-ranked Blake captured tournament titles in New Haven and Stockholm and played a classic five-set final with Andre Agassi in the U.S. Open quarterfinals that will be remembered as one of the best matches in recent years. Blakeąs triumph over tragedy, his reckless abandon on the court, and his resilient attitude off it, have attracted legions of fans, but the question remains: Just how good can he get? Mike Wallace examines Blake's story this Sunday.
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Blake, Morariu both know about adversity, how to overcome it

By Andy Kent

Sunday, November 20, 2005

As lonely a sport as tennis appears to be, it might be a bit surprising to some how tight the ranks close on both the men's and women's circuit when one of their own is hurting.

James Blake and Corina Morariu discovered this closeness separately on their own, then again when they first met each other in person. And in the process, they discovered another link that drives them to help others, which is one of the reasons why both are in Naples this weekend as part of the Swingtime tennis exhibition benefiting the Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation.

Morariu, who has rebounded from a fight with acute leukemia that nearly ended her life in 2001, was coached by Tim Gullikson when she was an 11-year-old living in Boca Raton. Gullikson died of brain cancer at the age of 44 in 1996, and one of his doctors was Morariu's father, a neurologist.

"Tim coached me when I was 11-years-old and he was like a second father to me, so I would do anything for him," said the 27-year-old Morariu, who teamed up with Mardy Fish in a mixed doubles exhibition against Xavier Malisse and Jenny Hopkins on Saturday afternoon at the Players Club & Spa at Lely Resort.

Blake, 25, lost his father, Thomas Blake Sr., to stomach cancer in July of 2004. Two months earlier, Blake fractured a vertebrae when he crashed into a metal net post during a practice session with Robert Ginepri on a wet clay court in Rome. He was almost paralyzed, and then after his father passed away, he came down with shingles.

Overcoming physical adversity was nothing new to Blake. He had scoliosis as a child and stood just 5-feet tall when he started high school. Now 6-1 and no longer affected by the disfiguring condition, Blake still never forgot the important lesson his experience taught him.

"If you're appreciating everything that's going on in your life from a day-to-day basis you're going to be happy just because you can appreciate the little things," Blake said. "I appreciate being able to get up and smile in the morning, or just a nice day, a beautiful setting right here or a football game."

But Blake also didn't realize how many people he inspired even before his incredible comeback this past summer that culminated with a thrilling five-set loss to Andre Agassi in the semifinals of the U.S. Open.

He first caught Morariu's attention in the 2001 U.S. Open when he lost a hard-fought match to Lleyton Hewitt that was marred a little by a controversial remark made by Hewitt about an African-American linesman. Blake handled the matter in the post match press conference very well, and at the time Morariu was in the hospital receiving chemotherapy treatments.

"I remember thinking he just handled himself with such class," Morariu said. "He started doing well when I was sick and in the hospital. So I started playing again and I played against his team in a team tennis match and I remember him just pulling me aside and saying, 'I think it's so great what you've done, you're such an inspiration.' I just remember thinking for a young guy to pull me aside and say something like that, I just remember thinking that was really incredible."

When Blake found out how much of an impact he had on Morariu while she was fighting her cancer, he was taken aback.

But the two developed a friendship after that and an equal passion for helping other people with life-threatening illnesses. He said they both have been given a newfound perspective on life and realize how lucky they are to be able to still be playing tennis and to have the means to help with causes like the one supported by the Gullikson's foundation.

Morariu, who described her cancer experience as "visiting hell on earth," looks at Blake as the type of person Tim Gullikson would have had the utmost respect for and as a great ambassador for the game. Blake feels the same away about her.

"She's incredible," he said. "Everyone seems to make a big deal about everything I've done or gone through last year, but there needs to be more of a big deal made about how much she's endured and the fact that she's still smiling, still healthy, still playing the sport she loves.

"She really appreciates being at events like this and she supports causes like this, which is great, and she is an inspiration to so many kids that it's very exciting to be a part of it with her."

Tom Gullikson, Tim's twin brother, can't say enough about both players. He pointed out that Blake is a board member of the foundation and referred to Morariu as "simply one of the finest young ladies on the tour today."

Blake had to pull out of his scheduled exhibition with Taylor Dent on Saturday due to an injury.

Gullikson also hopes that Blake, Morariu and the other men's and women's players who continue to participate in events like Swingtime — Dent, Fish, Xavier Malisse and Jenny Hopkins — receive the recognition that they deserve.

"The players are often portrayed as aloof and inaccessible and greedy," Gullikson said. "And these players that are here this weekend refute all of those points, they really do a great job."
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HI SOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you look at the second article in this post http://menstennisforums.com/showpost...9&postcount=61 that I posted a few days ago, he explains what happened - he'll be ok real soon, sounds like a weird freak little accident
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HI SOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you look at the second article in this post http://menstennisforums.com/showpost...9&postcount=61 that I posted a few days ago, he explains what happened - he'll be ok real soon, sounds like a weird freak little accident
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Somebody slap me please( ok only a few folks here are allowed) but I was asked about some of my favs playing tennis and I only answered about the 2 doubles teams and I forgot James!!! Big sigh.....
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Comeback Kid James Blake
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(CBS) Rising tennis star James Blake, who came back from a broken neck and made the quarter-finals of the U.S. Open this year, credits his deceased father with inspiring him to get past difficult times in big matches.

60 Minutes correspondent Mike Wallace profiles Blake this Sunday, Nov. 27, at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

In his quarterfinal match with Andre Agassi during the U.S. Open this year, his father, Tom, who died of stomach cancer, was with him in spirit. If the fans wondered what Blake was doing when he looked up and mouthed some words during the fifth-set tiebreaker, Blake’s mother, Betty, knew immediately. “He looked up and he said, ‘Dad, I love you,’ ” she tells Wallace.

Blake explains his look-up-and-play moment to Wallace. “I was thinking how much (his dad) would have enjoyed being there. I think he would have been proud of the way I played,” he says. “And that’s actually what I was thinking about at that time.” He lost to the older, legendary Agassi in what will be remembered as one of the all-time great U.S. Open matches.

The neck injury he suffered when he ran into a net post on court early last year was “the best thing that ever happened to him,” says Blake. It kept him out of pro tennis long enough to spend time with his father during his last agonizing days waiting for the cancer to take him.

Now he draws inspiration from his father’s ordeal when he misses an opponent’s shot or fails to score on one of his own. “If I think of my dad, I realize it’s not that big a deal. And it puts it into better perspective, thinking what he went through — without complaining,” says Blake. “I shouldn’t be complaining about one bad point, one … shot and missed opportunity,” he tells Wallace.

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I missed it. I did read tennis fool's review on the general message board though
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