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Old 04-07-2007, 03:25 PM   #181
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I think that Sanchez is really screwing David in this DC QF, putting him on hold in case they want to play him tomorrow... meanwhile, jeopardizing his chances of winning his home title, Valencia, as he would be arriving LATE, jet-lagged, no clay practice... ridiculous!
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I think that Sanchez is really screwing David in this DC QF, putting him on hold in case they want to play him tomorrow... meanwhile, jeopardizing his chances of winning his home title, Valencia, as he would be arriving LATE, jet-lagged, no clay practice... ridiculous!
All of this is true, but I doubt David will look at it that way. Being the teamplayer, patriot he is. It's a shame though to bring a player like Ferrer to a tie like this and leave him on the bench.
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All of this is true, but I doubt David will look at it that way. Being the teamplayer, patriot he is. It's a shame though to bring a player like Ferrer to a tie like this and leave him on the bench.
Its a damn shame.
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You guys probably already know about this...but here is an article about David's injury (which is one of the reasons he didn't play DC). He has a contracture in his back which he felt on Friday and again yesterday during training. He said it shouldn't affect Valencia or the clay season..

David Ferrer sufre una contractura en la espalda

08/04/07 03:00 h. David Ferrer explicó que sufre “una contractura en la espalda, según me ha comentado el doctor. No es nada serio, pero hay que esperar a ver cómo evoluciona”. El jugador alicantino sintió un dolor tras un saque en los entrenamientos del viernes, y ayer se resintió mientras calentaba.

El alicantino no participó en los individuales de la jornada inicial y tampoco estaba previsto inicialmente su concurso en los dobles de ayer.

Aunque no salte a la pista durante toda la eliminatoria de cuartos de final que se está disputando en Winston-Salem, David Ferrer aseguró que no ve en peligro su presencia en la gira de tierra batida, que debería empezar ya la próxima semana pues figura en la lista de inscritos del ATP de la Comunidad Valencia, cuya fase previa comenzó ayer a disputarse en el CT Valencia.
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OK didn't know that David is injured. (Sorry for previous rant)

Feel free to move this article to a Valencia thread...


Singles Preview: Ferrer, Ferrero Set First Round Tests

Top-seeded Spaniard David Ferrer will begin his European clay-court campaign with a first round clash against Daniele Bracciali of Italy at the V Open de Tenis Comunidad Valenciana. VAMOS!

Ferrer, who is currently No. 16 in the ATP Rankings, has a 2-0-career record against Bracciali – including one meeting en route to the Auckland title in January.

The 25-year-old Ferrer is appearing at his hometown event for fifth consecutive year. His best result came in 2005 when he finished runner-up to Russian Igor Andreev in the final.

Ferrer's second-seeded compatriot Juan Carlos Ferrero (pictured), who clinched the 2003 title (d. C. Rochus), challenges 18-year-old Latvian Ernests Gulbis.

Ferrero has reached the Costa do Sauipe final (l. to Canas) and was beaten Acapulco semifinals so far this year. He has an 11-7 match record.

Gulbis, currently No. 87 in the ATP Rankings, has won two titles on the ATP Challenger Circuit at Besancon and Sarajevo this season.

Defending champion Nicolas Almagro returns to the scene of his maiden ATP title last year (d. Simon) at No. 31 in the ATP Rankings.

Having battled through the qualifying competition to the title in 2006, the 21-year-old is the third seed this time around.

Almagro will play Jan Hajek of the Czech Republic in the first round.

Fourth-seeded Fernando Verdasco will look to repeat his 2006 triumph against Italian Potito Starace first up. Verdasco beat the Italian 6-3, 7-6(4) in the second round last year.

Verdasco is currently 6-9 for the season, but always performs well in Valencia. The 23-year-old captured his only ATP title at the event in 2004 (d. Montanes) and has since lost in the 2005 quarterfinals and 2006 semifinals.

Last year’s beaten finalist Gilles Simon, the No. 5 seed from France, will look to make it two wins out of two against Russian Teimuraz Gabashvili in the first round.

Simon clinched his first career ATP title in Marseille (d. Baghdatis) two months ago and is currently No. 39 in the ATP Rankings.

Sixth-seeded German Florian Mayer has been drawn against Spanish wild card Santiago Ventura. Mayer won their only previous meeting in the 2005 Wimbledon first round.

Italian Filippo Volandri, the No. 7 seed, will look to record only his second ATP-level win of the season against 2005 champion Igor Andreev, a wild card entrant.

Andreev beat Volandri 0-6, 6-1, 6-3 in the 2005 Palermo final. The Russian, who reached a career-high No. 24 in the ATP Rankings (April 3, 2006), is now placed No. 235 after undergoing left knee surgery last year.

Meanwhile, eighth-seeded Spaniard Guillermo Garcia-Lopez challenges fast-rising Evgeny Korolev of Russia in the first round. Two places separate the pair in the ATP Rankings – Garcia-Lopez is No. 64, while 18-year-old Korolev is No. 66.

http://www.open-comunidad-valenciana...es_preview.asp
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Okay thanks guys for the articles but .......... I don't know about this 'injury'. Nowhere on Davids official site does it say, including his own blog, that he's injured.
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It makes sense though. He wasn't out practicing with the rest of the team yesterday.
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Well, an injury would make me less angry about him not playing DC, but more worried about Valencia etc......maybe we'll wait to see what he says in his diary....
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Well, an injury would make me less angry about him not playing DC, but more worried about Valencia etc......maybe we'll wait to see what he says in his diary....
Yes, I'm more concerned about the long-term impact of this, but still doesn't make complete sense about this week-end as it seems the problem only first started bothering him Friday, after the line-up and draw. But the commentators here also indicated he'd been struggling on the court all week in practice, so maybe Robredo and Verdasco did seem the best options.
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Saturday, April 7, 2007
Spain's Davis Cup team could have used the No. 2 player in the world

By John Delong
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Mr. Rafael Nadal
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Manacor, Mallorca, Spain

Dear Rafa,

Greetings from Winston-Salem, N.C., where the United States won both singles rubbers yesterday to take a 2-0 lead over your Spanish Davis Cup teammates in the quarterfinal tie you decided to pull out of last week.

Just writing to say we all wish you were here.

Sorry you couldn't make it.

But thanks, anyway.

Really and sincerely, thank you so much. Thank you for being the No. 2 player in the world and helping sell the tickets and making it the largest crowd at a Davis Cup tie in the U.S. in the last 17 years. They announced a sellout of 14,453, and outside of some empty seats in the top few rows of one section in the upper deck, that was pretty close to accurate.

Thank you so much for going to the Wimbledon final last year and scaring the Americans into picking an indoor hardcourt and coming here instead of heading elsewhere to play on grass again, as they usually do in these situations. The only other time the U.S. has played a home tie against Spain on anything other than grass, Clark Graebner was playing Juan Gisbert in 1968.

Thanks for losing to James Blake in the past on various hardcourts so that the decision to come to Winston-Salem was even easier. Nobody would like Blake's odds against you on grass, but here at Joel Coliseum on an indoor hardcourt, a win was feasible.

Thank you for beating Andy Roddick so badly in Indian Wells that this tie got hyped as the biggest tie on American soil since, oh, maybe 1992 when the U.S. beat Switzerland to win the Davis Cup in Fort Worth. That's why fans from 48 states were here, according to ticket order forms, even when you weren't.

Thanks for giving everyone here several weeks of electric anticipation before you made it public that you weren't coming, regardless of when you knew you were going to rest up for the clay-court season. Shattered dreams are better than no dreams, at least here in Winston-Salem.

And those who want to see the U.S. win its first Davis Cup since 1995 pass along their thanks for not showing up, because this one is over and the U.S. is on to the semifinals as soon as the Bryan brothers take care of business in doubles this afternoon.

Make no mistake, Rafa, most of the people who bought up all the tickets within two weeks were hoping to see you come to Winston-Salem. Even the biggest diehard American tennis fans, including the Net Heads, wanted to see you up close and personal. You've got that rock-star icon aura, Rafa. The folks around here are used to seeing low-key, laid-back, no-charisma athletes like Tim Duncan, not you. On the court, you're still not Roger Federer, but off it you're John, Paul, George and Ringo all rolled into one, and you know it.

And make no mistake, most of the people here don't really hold it against you for not coming even if this foot injury stuff still sounds really dubious. They know the deal. They know you've got the clay-court season to get ready for, and they understand that if you were ever going to skip a Davis Cup tie, now's the time - in April, on an indoor hardcourt surface that the Americans doctored perfectly to their liking, in a year when the draw plays out so badly that Spain wouldn't have had that great a chance of winning the Davis Cup anyway.

They know that the Davis Cup format is drawing criticism from all over, and they understand that maybe it will be good for all in the long run if you and Federer and other top players eventually force the International Tennis Federation to come up with a feasible format alternative.

Hey, the weather turned really cold here yesterday, so a lot of folks in Winston-Salem would have rather been on a sunny beach on your beautiful island, too. Mallorca in the spring, with your sore feet propped up - truly, Rafa, nobody would begrudge you that if they really thought about it.

You did miss some pretty good stuff, though.

You missed Blake playing with great emotion and regaining his confidence and routing your teammate Tommy Robredo, who as you know has a terrible Davis Cup record and probably wouldn't have been here had you shown up.

You missed a passionate news conference afterward as Blake talked about his family and how he considered his teammates brothers and how strong the bond is among the U.S. team, how committed they are to winning the Davis Cup this year. Blake said some nice things about you, by the way. Wished you were here, but understood why you weren't.

You missed seeing Fernando Verdasco jump out to a 5-2 lead in the first set against Roddick, only to see Roddick roar back for an easy and emphatic straight-sets win.

And you missed having a good smoke with David Ferrer back near the loading dock. Ferrer didn't play yesterday, and he took at least two smoking breaks while Robredo and Verdasco were getting stomped inside by Americans with healthy feet.

Which leads to another thing you probably need to know in case you ever come to Winston-Salem some day.

Winston-Salem is an old tobacco town. Winston and Salem, smoke 'em if you got em. This is not the American town that is known for its witches. That's Salem, Mass. When your teammates got here they were under the mistaken impression that this place was haunted, and that apparently made them a little spooked.

We're not haunted.

We're just sad you're not here.

But we say thanks, anyway.

• John Delong can be reached at jdelong@wsjournal.com.
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Little hard on Rafa, who I believe has been and actually is a teamplayer.
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Nothing worse than a gloating American I agree thou it was a bit harsh on Rafa & why pick on David
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So true, and imagine living surrounded by them. I guess right now it's a blessing there aren't tennis fans in my office.

I saw the article a few days ago, and while not a Rafa-fan in the least, also thought it was hard on him. I enjoy Davis Cup, have a great deal of respect for those who make it a regular part of their season, but in the end, the players are the ones knowing what's best for their professional careers and that's what should come first.
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So true, and imagine living surrounded by them. I guess right now it's a blessing there aren't tennis fans in my office.

I saw the article a few days ago, and while not a Rafa-fan in the least, also thought it was hard on him. I enjoy Davis Cup, have a great deal of respect for those who make it a regular part of their season, but in the end, the players are the ones knowing what's best for their professional careers and that's what should come first.
Mr. Delong is a bit of an a******.
Never mind, real tennis fans (from all over the world, including Americans Isa and Anna) know better.

And damn you Mr. Delong......no picking on my baby.
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Never mind, real tennis fans (from all over the world, including Americans Isa and Anna) know better.

And damn you Mr. Delong......no picking on my baby.
Go get him girl
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