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Old 01-06-2006, 12:58 PM   #1
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Default Tournament Watch 2006....the Australian Open....

For all the latest tournament info, we can post it here.

Next tourney: the 2006 Australian Open. According to Yahoo!, Reuters will do a daily report, with player profiles, pictures, etc. When they mention David, I'll be sure that it gets on this forum.
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Good idea Tiff.

Btw, can't wait for the AO to start...I really miss some 'serious tennis'.
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David is playing in the Kooyong exhib prior to the AO. Does anyone remember if there is a website? I know that I asked last year but forgot what the answer was
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Here's the official website for Kooyong:
http://www.aamiclassic.com.au/

It doesn't look very professional though.
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Here's the official website for Kooyong:
http://www.aamiclassic.com.au/

It doesn't look very professional though.

And it's not upto date either.
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http://sports.yahoo.com/ten/news;_yl...ters&type=lgns

Gooner has the same story in the AO section, but it can go here too.

Too bad there is no penpix of David in Yahoo! Guess they haven't gotten around to that yet? Anyway, below is a brief synopsis:

4-David Nalbandian (Argentina)

Age: 24

Lives: Cordoba, Argentina

Plays: Right-handed, double-handed backhand

Grand Slam titles: None

Record at Australian Open: 2005-quarter-finalist, 2004-quarter-finalist, 2003-quarter-finalist, 2002-second round

One of the few players to boast a winning head-to-head record with Federer and could prove his strongest challenger in Melbourne.

Reached the last eight for the last two years and has the guile and power to trouble anybody, including the Swiss whom he beat in the Masters Cup final in November.

Occasionally let down by a brittle temperament, the 2002 Wimbledon finalist is nonetheless an opponent his rivals would prefer to avoid for as long as possible.
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8 Gaudio - Sabau
Q - Schuettler
Santoro - Spadea
Pavel - 32 Moya
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18 Ancic - Calleri
Hernych - Vicente
Bracciali - Q
Serra - 11 Ferrer
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16 RObredo - Vanek
Henman - Tursonov
Q - Waske
Acasuso - 20 Blake
---
26 Nieminen - Kimmich
Zabaleta - Wang
Wawrinka - Montañes
Q - 4 Nalbandian
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7 Ljubicic - Guccione
Dlouhy - Kohlschreiber
Mello - Muller
Behrend - 31 Lopez
---
19 Berdych - Reynolds
Q - Massu
Malisse - Youzhny
Saulnier - 10 Johansson
---
13 Ginepri - Melzer
Bjorkman - Q
GImelstob - Baghdatis
Q - 17 Stepanek
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27 Dent - G G Lopez
Daniel - Q
Moodie - Hernandez
Q - 2 Roddick

David drew a qualie in the opening round of AO.
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Monday January 16:

Rod Laver Arena Start Time 11.00 AM
Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Lindsay Davenport (USA)[1]
vs. Casey Dellacqua (AUS)

followed by
Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Danai Udomchoke (THA) vs. David Nalbandian (ARG)[4]

Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Maria Sharapova (RUS)[4]
vs. Sandra Kloesel (GER)

Anybody know anything about his opening round opponent?
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Nalbandian out to break South American drought at Aussie Open


By Robert Smith

MELBOURNE (AFP) - David Nalbandian will be bidding to become the first South American to capture the Australian Open in 27 years and he has one big thing going for him here over the next fortnight.

The powerful Argentine baseliner has a last-start win over raging tournament favourite Roger Federer, which will steel him with the belief that he can break through for his first Grand Slam title.

Nalbandian stunned the tennis world when he came from two sets down to overhaul world number one Federer in five sets and land the Masters Cup final in Shanghai last November.

Seemingly out of it after losing two tie-breakers, he outlasted the Swiss star to win 6-7 (4/7), 6-7 (11/13), 6-2, 6-1, 7-6 (7/3) after a draining four-and-a-half hours.

Nalbandian's sixth win against Federer also snapped his 35-match unbeaten streak and stopped him one victory short of equalling John McEnroe's 1984 season of 82-3.

That also ended a run of four defeats against the Swiss champion, but Nalbandian is one of the few players on the men's tour to brag a winning 6-4 record over Federer.

The two first met in the 1998 US Open junior boys' final, which Nalbandian won.

For his epic victory Nalbandian, 24, was crowned sportsman of the year in Argentina and told the awards ceremony in Buenos Aires last month: "For next year, one of the objectives is winning the Davis Cup. I also want to win a Grand Slam."

He will have to get over the virus that sidelined him at the Kooyong Classic here this week if he is to realise his dream.

His decision to miss the warm-up and rest and recover was taken as defending champion Marat Safin, world number two Rafael Nadal and eight-time Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi pulled out of the tournament with injuries.

Nalbandian knows this makes his chances of scoring a slam so much better.

If he can miss out on playing in Federer's top half of the draw then he will have a serious chance of getting through to the January 29 final.

The last South American to win the Open was Argentine Guillermo Vilas in 1979 and the last player from the region to make the semi-finals was Ecuador's Nicolas Lapentti in 1999, when he lost to Swede Thomas Enqvist.

Nalbandian has been a solid big tournament performer, reaching two semi-finals and five quarter-finals since being a runner-up to Australian Lleyton Hewitt in the 2002 Wimbledon final.

It was a strong 2005 for the super-fit Nalbandian. He finished in the top-10 for the third consecutive year and pulled off a prestige win over Hewitt to steer Argentina to victory over Australia in the quarter-finals of the Davis Cup.

Hewitt is the all-time most successful Australian Davis Cup player and for Nalbandian to beat him on grass in Australia was a tremendous achievement.

It was also a personal milestone.

Nalbandian has a prickly relationship with Hewitt after a feisty match where both players bumped into each other during a changeover at last year's Australian Open, and fans will be keen on a rematch.

"I felt that this was the biggest match of the series and I won it so easy so that makes me very happy. It's better that I beat him," Nalbandian said of his first win over Hewitt in four meetings.

Nalbandian, who sees himself as a rally driver after tennis, has the credentials to achieve a career best in Melbourne this year, if he can put himself into contention with a solid showing the first week.

Published : January 14, 2006
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D. NALBANDIAN/D. Udomchoke

6‑2, 6‑2, 1‑6, 6‑7, 6‑1

Q. Is a five‑setter like that the ideal start to the tournament?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: It's not the best way to start, but is good always to win. Doesn't matter the score. I know that was longer than I expect. But I'm happy because in the end I feel playing much better than the beginning. So I go out the court with a good feeling.

Q. It looked like you were cruising there. Do you feel like you slipped a little bit, or did he just find a groove there?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: No, I feel that I didn't feel hundred percent yet. In the middle of the third set, I lose power, lose everything, and don't feel good. But, well, that's normal. I was sick in the beginning of the week, so I thought that I was better than I play. I expect to be better physically, but not hundred percent yet.

Q. Was it like a lack of energy?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: Yeah.

Q. What was the sickness, just a flu or something else?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: No, just try to finish as quick as I can. I try very hard. In the third set he play very good. I ate the bananas, fluid, everything. I try to do everything. Wasn't enough to finish it in three sets.

Q. What do you know about your second‑round opponent, Wawrinka?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: I don't know too much about him. I know he's young, he play good. All rounds here are tough. You can see it today. So I have to be ready. I have to be careful.

Q. Does the fact that you had a little difficulty finishing it off today, does that make you a little more nervous going into your second‑round match?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: No, no. I think all rounds are different. Doesn't matter how you win the previous one. So anything can happen after tomorrow, so you have to be ready.

Q. Has winning the Masters given you confidence maybe you can also win one of the Slams?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: Yeah, of course. That tournament make you more confidence. But win a Grand Slam is not easy. I mean, there is not many players to win a Grand Slam. So I always be in quarters, semis, in finals. Always was near. But after that tournament I feel that I can. So I am trying my best to get in that goal.

Q. Do you feel that this is one of your better shots considering that Agassi is not here, Safin is not here, I know Federer and Roddick still are, but it looks like a slightly easier draw than some of the other majors?

DAVID NALBANDIAN: I don't know. If I play good, I can beat anyone. So doesn't matter the opponent. So I have to focus on my game, try to play my best tennis. If I do that, I have the chance to win everybody.
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DAVID NALBANDIAN: No, just try to finish as quick as I can. I try very hard. In the third set he play very good. I ate the bananas, fluid, everything. I try to do everything. Wasn't enough to finish it in three sets.
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My mother does the same, and it really annoys me, and so does my brother - maybe it's a family thing....
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Thanks, Peggy, for the interview.

Next up is Stan Wawrinka. Tough player, I understand, and David would do well to pay more attention in this match.
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Nalbandian Survives Scare
Monday, 16 January, 2006
by Ashley Browne


No.4 seed David Nalbandian has survived a scare from Thai qualifier Danai Udomchoke to win through to the second round of Australian Open 2006 on Day One at Melbourne Park.

In the second match for the day on a muggy Rod Laver Arena, Nalbandian eventually prevailed 6-2 6-2 1-6 7-6 (4/7) 6-1 in a dour, 211-minute struggle that took the Argentine longer than it should have, bearing in mind that he withdrew from a warm-up event at Kooyong last week because of illness.

Udomchoke, ranked No.121 was making an overdue debut appearance at Melbourne Park after having failed to qualify on six previous occasions. But he came through last week as the No.3 seed in the qualifying event after his opponent defaulted with cramp in the final round.

Nalbandian has been a quarter-finalist at Melbourne Park for the last three years.



Some match facts:

Nalbandian landed only five aces compared to Udomchoke's 10, but successfully converted 62 per cent of his first serves

Nalbandian hit 47 winners to 35

Nalbandian successfully won nine of 15 break-point opportunities
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8 Gaudio - Sabau
Q - Schuettler
Santoro - Spadea
Pavel - 32 Moya
---
18 Ancic - Calleri
Hernych - Vicente
Bracciali - Q
Serra - 11 Ferrer
---
16 RObredo - Vanek
Henman - Tursonov
Q - Waske
Acasuso - 20 Blake
---
26 Nieminen - Kimmich
Zabaleta - Wang
Wawrinka - Montañes
Q - 4 Nalbandian
---
7 Ljubicic - Guccione
Dlouhy - Kohlschreiber
Mello - Muller
Behrend - 31 Lopez
---
19 Berdych - Reynolds
Q - Massu
Malisse - Youzhny
Saulnier - 10 Johansson
---
13 Ginepri - Melzer
Bjorkman - Q
GImelstob - Baghdatis
Q - 17 Stepanek
---
27 Dent - G G Lopez
Daniel - Q
Moodie - Hernandez
Q - 2 Roddick

David drew a qualie in the opening round of AO.
The second round:

Gaudio vs. Burgsmuller
Santoro vs. Pavel

Ancic vs. Hernych
Bracciali vs. Ferrer

Robredo vs. Tursunov
Faurel vs. Blake

Nieminen vs. Wang
Wawrinka vs. Nalbandian


Ljubicic vs. Kohlschreiber
Muller vs. Lopez

Berdych vs. Simon
Malisse vs. Johansson

Ginepri vs. Gremelmayr
Baghdatis vs. Stepanek

GG Lopez vs. Benneteau
Moodie vs. Roddick
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