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Old 05-24-2005, 06:34 AM   #16
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could someone translate the article for me?
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Old 05-24-2005, 08:14 AM   #17
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cd76...Banana already translated most of JCF´s Article of RG Website ( Spanish version). you can read it here in english ( lily´s Forum) here:

http://invisionfree.com/forums/JCF_O...0&st=210&#last
And if smbdy needs to read the same article in french, yesterday I translated it in:
http://63404.aceboard.fr/ ( Forum<Noticias).
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This is sort of news...can anyone tell me why Juanqui is no longer playing Halle? I saw his name and photo on the site a few weeks ago, but it no longer appears there.
Because he hopes to do well in Paris. I think he commits to Halle every year but never shows up I do hope he will a play a Wimbledon tune-up if he loses early (Rosmalen por favor ) Not very likely though.
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'MOSQUITO' BUZZING IN PARIS

Former French Open champion Juan Carlos Ferrero looked in good shape as he saw off Karol Beck.

Ferrero, a winner in Paris back in 2003 but seeded on 32 this year, has endured a nightmare 18 months with illness and injury.

However in recent weeks he has looked to be getting back to somewhere near his best, and he showed that with a clinical display against Beck.

'The Mosquito' broke his Slovakian opponent seven times and hit 25 winners as he delivered a convincing 6-4 6-3 6-3 win.

http://www.sportinglife.com/tennis/n...al_111048.html
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Merci Kimby for the link to the English translation.
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Because he hopes to do well in Paris. I think he commits to Halle every year but never shows up I do hope he will a play a Wimbledon tune-up if he loses early (Rosmalen por favor ) Not very likely though.
Yeah, he really should play a grass warmup event if he truly wants to do better at Wimby! If he shows up at Rosmalen, you'll take lots of photos, won't you, Francine? But make sure he stays away from a certain sneaky little Argy...
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ferrero!!!!come on!!!!
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Yeah, he really should play a grass warmup event if he truly wants to do better at Wimby! If he shows up at Rosmalen, you'll take lots of photos, won't you, Francine? But make sure he stays away from a certain sneaky little Argy...
If he shows up I'll take pics. I've seen him play three times now and never took pics I don't have a good camera. Doubt he'll play there though, the courts are even faster than the ones in London, Halle is probably slower.

He doesn't really care about grass does he. Of course his good results in Paris over the past years and his injury last year were good reasons to take some rest. If he loses early in Paris this year he won't have any reason not to play an extra grass tournament. But I'm sure he'll think of sth.
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Ferrero smiles again in Paris By Ossian Shine

PARIS (Reuters) - When Juan Carlos Ferrero obliterated Martin Verkerk to win his first French Open crown in 2003, the Spaniard's grip on the claycourt season was iron.

Lightning quick around the court with a punchy forehand and the ability to run all day, the lightweight baseliner with the heavyweight game had a bright future ahead of him.

Later that year he reached the final of the U.S. Open and became the first player since Ivan Lendl in 1980 to win at least 30 matches on both clay and hard courts in a season.

Things can change quickly in tennis, however, and in 2004 the softly-spoken Spaniard suffered a miserable period.

He missed the month of March with chicken pox. After a tentative and abortive comeback in April he needed another month to recuperate and gain strength.

In May he injured his wrist and ribs in a fall while practising and as defending champion lost in the second round in Paris.

After Wimbledon in June he failed to win back-to-back matches for the rest of the year and finished outside the top 30 for the first time in five years.

DANGEROUS PLAYER

Still feeling his way back, Ferrero survived a tricky Roland Garros first-round match Tuesday and his quiet confidence was at once topped up.

"I just keep playing my game," he smiled after beating Karol Beck 6-4 6-3 6-3. "I think I'm playing well.

"I've been playing well this season. If I'm not considered a favorite, well, that's all right. I think if I keep playing well, I might become a favorite."

Ferrero has been overshadowed by his compatriot Rafael Nadal whose fantastic form heading into the Open installed him as pre-tournament favorite to win it on his debut.

Ferrero reached the semi-finals on his debut in 2000 and knows the pressure expectation can bring. He also feels Nadal deserves the accolades after winning in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Rome.

"Well, it's normal that he's a great favorite -- he's won a lot of tournaments on clay. There's a lot of respect for him on this type of court," said Ferrero who lost to Nadal in Valencia and Barcelona.

"He is a very dangerous player. He has a lot of strength. He's very fit. I think he's playing excellent tennis. He has great opportunities here in the French Open. He's through to the second round and we have to see what happens."

Ferrero could almost have been talking about himself.
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From Yahoo/Reuters:

Ferrero smiles again in Paris By Ossian Shine

PARIS (Reuters) - When Juan Carlos Ferrero obliterated Martin Verkerk to win his first French Open crown in 2003, the Spaniard's grip on the claycourt season was iron.

Lightning quick around the court with a punchy forehand and the ability to run all day, the lightweight baseliner with the heavyweight game had a bright future ahead of him.

Later that year he reached the final of the U.S. Open and became the first player since Ivan Lendl in 1980 to win at least 30 matches on both clay and hard courts in a season.

DANGEROUS PLAYER

Nadal survived a tricky Roland Garros first-round match Tuesday and his quiet confidence was at once topped up.

"I just keep playing my game," he smiled after beating whoever he played 6-4 6-3 6-3. "I think I'm playing well.

"I've been playing well this season. If I'm not considered a favorite, well, that's all right. I think if I keep playing well, I might become a favorite."

Nadal has been overshadowed by his compatriot King Juan Carlos Ferrero whose fantastic form heading into the Open installed him as pre-tournament favorite to win it on his debut.

Ferrero reached the semi-finals on his debut in 2000 and knows the pressure expectation can bring. He also feels that he deserves the accolades after winning in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Rome.

"Well, it's normal that he's a great favorite -- he's won a lot of tournaments on clay. There's a lot of respect for him on this type of court," said Nadal

"He is a very dangerous player. He has a lot of strength. He's very fit. I think he's playing excellent tennis. He has great opportunities here in the French Open. He's through to the second round and we have to see what happens."
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I think Juanqui had said that about Nadal. I think someone translating may have gotten the subjects reversed.
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Marat Safin (3) - Juan-Carlos Ferrero (32)
This could have been a final, but the (bad) luck of the draw means it has come around as early as the third round. Marat Safin is unquestionably one of the most talented players of his generation. Juan Carlos Ferrero is one of the best clay court performers out there, and a champion from 2003. Both are former world number ones. The two know each other's game inside out, having met nine times before. The Spaniard is leading 5-4 in their head-to-heads, having beaten the Russian twice recently. Wins at the ATP Masters Series in Monte-Carlo and in Hamburg make him a logical favourite, as does his win over Safin in the semi-final of the French in 2002. Neither man is in the best of shape however. Ferrero was worried by a thigh strain before the tournament, and Safin twisted a knee in his second round win over Czech qualifier Lukas Dlouhy. Should both shrug off those niggles, this should be a match to remember.
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Thigh strain?????
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Marat Safin (3) - Juan-Carlos Ferrero (32)
This could have been a final, but the (bad) luck of the draw means it has come around as early as the third round. Marat Safin is unquestionably one of the most talented players of his generation. Juan Carlos Ferrero is one of the best clay court performers out there, and a champion from 2003. Both are former world number ones. The two know each other's game inside out, having met nine times before. The Spaniard is leading 5-4 in their head-to-heads, having beaten the Russian twice recently. Wins at the ATP Masters Series in Monte-Carlo and in Hamburg make him a logical favourite, as does his win over Safin in the semi-final of the French in 2002. Neither man is in the best of shape however. Ferrero was worried by a thigh strain before the tournament, and Safin twisted a knee in his second round win over Czech qualifier Lukas Dlouhy. Should both shrug off those niggles, this should be a match to remember.
Make it 6-4 head to head, JC
Well, i didn't know about the thigh strain, but he's shown any adverse effects from it in his previous matches, so i think it shouldn't bother him Marat's injury on the other hand, i'm not so sure about, but he was still able to finish his last match pretty handily.
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Juanqui didn't have his leg wrapped today, and there was absolutely no sign of Marat's supposed knee tendonitis! Mind games.
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