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Old 08-12-2005, 01:16 PM   #1
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http://www.lavozdelinterior.net/2005...ta349160_1.htm
Sin entrenador. El cordobés David Nalbandian se desvinculó, de común acuerdo, con su entrenador Eduardo Infantino. Por el momento, Nalbandian seguirá solo, y contará con la ayuda de su hermano Javier.

Lo que se viene. David afrontará en las próximas semanas el Masters Series de Cincinnati y el US Open. Luego participará del match ante Eslovaquia, por las semifinales de Copa Davis.


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Without a coach. The cordobés David Nalbandia has split, in a common agreement, with his coach Eduardo Infantino. For the moment, Nalbandian will go on on his own, and will count with his brother's help, Javier.

What's next. David will face the Cincinnati MS and the US Open. Then he'll participate in the match against Slovakia for the DC semi finals.
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thanks for the article & translation Jime.
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any news about him continuing his work with barrionuevo?.
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Old 08-12-2005, 02:23 PM   #4
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

Well, I haven't heard anything, but during Chela's match there was another PT called Diego Rodriguez and he was sitting next to Javier
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

I wonder if any of the DC trainers are working with David?
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i dont know if he is a PT, i saw him in DC against czech republic, i think he is a phisioterapeut(i dont even know if this word exists),or a trainer (like the ones that the ATP has in the tournaments).
did anybody understood something of my message?.
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

There had to be any change because of the lack of progress lately and the first item is always the coach. All that’s left to us is to see if this is the right step.
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

Any idea on why they split?
Or was it just a mutual agreement that the partnership had run it's course?

I hope Nalbo's next coach could be someone who has led a player to success at big tourneys.
Is there any chance that Nalbo's next coach could be a foreign one?
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

i think that gilbert would be a good coach, also coming back with markus would be good, but i dont think any of this two things to happen.
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

Safin's coach, Peter Lundgren would've been great if he was avaliable.
Was Markus Nalbo's coach during his run to the Wimby final in 2002?
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i think that gilbert would be a good coach, also coming back with markus would be good, but i dont think any of this two things to happen.
Gilbert and Nalbandian, no way that would not happen.
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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.
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

I do not want Gilbert!!!
According to the article it was a mutual agreement to go on separete ways. I don't know who's gonna be his next coach, but I hope it's someone as good as Infantino. I liked him a lot.
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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

Thats a shame that they split....but its always the coach to go first...I really liked Infantino's calm manner...and there is no way Gilbert would work well with David's personality....they would end up having punching sessions...and we don't want him anyway...
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how much do we know of gilbert to say that he can not be david`s coach, i know david is not similar at all to roddick (i think is the last player trained by gilbert), but safin and federer are just the opposite kind of people, and they have amazing results with Peter Lundgren.

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Default Re: Infantino: No longer David's coach

I don't like Gilbert's personality at all! Just to hear him talk makes me insane!
I have no idea who could be his next coach. I'd like Mancini to help him out, but since he's the DC Captain that won't happen.
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