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Old 02-07-2007, 10:12 PM   #136
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OK, It´s confirmed: José and Guillermo will be singles players on Friday.
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Thanks for the update Lau.
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OK, It´s confirmed: José and Guillermo will be singles players on Friday.
wow, so our best player in fast surfaces is out! too much pressure for JMDP? ot jsut a Mancini decision?
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from La Nacion today "Mancini's decision"


La decisión de Mancini

Con su habitual tranquilidad, y sin apelar al misterio, el capitán argentino anunció a los dos singlistas para enfrentar a Austria, mañana: José Acasuso será la raqueta el N° 1 y Guillermo Cañas la 2a; Chucho y Sebastián Prieto jugarán el dobles





LINZ, Austria.- Alberto Mancini tiene una característica inalterable: es un hombre sencillo, sin vueltas. Es así de tranquilo como se lo puede ver cada vez que se sienta en el banco argentino para conducir al equipo de la Copa Davis. Como siempre, anteayer por la noche, después de la cena en el Arcotel Nike y con el Danubio como testigo, Luli reunió al equipo y anunció quiénes iban a jugar. Ayer por la tarde no escondió nada ante la prensa argentina y, a un costado del court del Intersport Arena, mientras los austríacos se entrenaban, dijo: mañana, José Acasuso será el singlista N° 1, y Guillemo Cañas será el N° 2, tal cual indicaba la lógica. Pasado mañana, el dobles lo disputarán Acasuso y Sebastián Prieto, que, después de haber disputado varios torneos juntos, por primera vez afrontarán un match de la Copa Davis.

De esta forma, y si no hay sorpresas en el equipo austríaco, los partidos de la primera jornada serán Acasuso vs. Stefan Koubek (el N° 2 local) y Cañas vs. Jürgen Melzer (N°1), en tanto que el sábado jugarán Acasuso-Prieto vs. Julian Knowle-Melzer.

"Lo del domingo no lo digo porque puede pasar cualquier cosa", fue todo el misterio que se permitió Luli, que luego amplió con detalles sobre la decisión tomada. "Si Acasuso termina muy cansado veremos las posibilidades. Puede jugar Willy el sábado con Prieto para que Chucho esté más descansado el domingo, pero lo veremos, no hay que apurarse", comentó el capitán.

"A veces hay que tomar decisiones y creo que apuntar al viernes es importante. Me decidí por ellos por la experiencia, eso fue lo que inclinó la balanza, porque la verdad es que están bien los tres, Chucho (Acasuso), Willy (Cañas) y Juan (Martín del Potro). Existió la posibilidad de que juegue Juan el primer día, pero al final me quedé con este equipo que di. Al principio, Juan no se veía en la formación, pero desde que supo que podía jugar se hizo ilusiones, así que siempre es una desilusión no jugar, pero eso también es positivo. Siempre tuve jugadores que quisieron jugar y a los que no les da lo mismo estar que no hacerlo".

Efectivamente, Del Potro tenía posibilidades de integrar el equipo el primer día, pero las dudas del propio tenista acerca de sus posibilidades físicas en caso de tener que disputar un encuentro a cinco sets, desgastante, fueron determinantes. El martes por la tarde, cuando todavía la decisión no había sido tomada, Del Potro decía esto: "Jugué un partido con González a cinco sets muy intenso, me lo pude bancar bien hasta el cuarto set, pro no es lo mismo acá, que es otra superficie y es menos desgastante que en Australia. Igual, la cuota de nerviosismo que hay en una Copa Davis no es como en un torneo normal. Son sensaciones distintas. Tenísticamente me siento preparado. Después va a ser luchar contra mi físico, porque cuando representás al país no hay calambre ni hay dolor que te haga abandonar".

Para Cañas será el regreso después de casi dos años. Su último partido fue el 5 de marzo de 2005, cuando junto con David Nalbandian, hoy el gran ausente de esta serie, venció a Jan Hernych y Tomas Zib en el dobles frente a República Checa, en el match que nuestro país ganó por 5 a 0, también por la primera rueda de aquella temporada. Más tiempo aún pasó desde su último partido en singles por la Davis, cuando el 9 de abril cayó frente a Max Mirnyi en la veloz carpeta de Minsk, en Belarús.

"Estoy muy contento por volver a jugar. Estoy un poco ansioso por entrar en la cancha, pero nada más, puedo decir que estoy tranquilo. Con Melzer nunca jugué, pero lo vi mucho y lo conozco. Tengo toda la confianza para ganar", comentó Willy ayer, que hizo tenis por la mañana y sólo físico en el gimnasio por la tarde, ya pensando en aflojar la intensidad de cara al inicio de la serie. Acasuso no fue al estadio por la mañana y por la tarde peloteó con Del Potro.

"Los chicos están tranquilos, relajados. Los días previos suelen ser difíciles, pero están bien, así que todo está dentro de lo previsible. No tengo preferencia para que empiece uno u otro. Quizá sería mejor que Willy juegue primero por la ansiedad, pero no es algo que tenga en mente", siguió explicando Mancini, que también se refirió al dobles: "En este tipo de superficies el dobles siempre es difícil. Esta vez, me parece que es un punto extra. Estamos en condiciones de ganar, pero si perdemos, creo que con los cuatro singles podemos definir la serie".

Mientras anoche el equipo asistió a la cena oficial, con el equipo austríaco y los organizadores, hoy, a las 11.30 de aquí (las 7.30 de la Argentina) será el tiempo del sorteo, que sólo definirá los turnos del primer día, ya que el domingo se medirá en primer término los singlistas N° 1 de cada país y en el quinto punto los N° 2. Entre cuestiones burocráticas y fotos varias se pasarán las últimas horas. Hasta que la cuenta regresiva llegue a cero y una nueva ilusión de Copa Davis se ponga en marcha.

Por Maximiliano Boso

finally it was the experience of Chucho and Willy and the doubts of Del Potro about his physical conditions, the keys for the decision
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Mancini also said in the article that maybe Cañas-Prieto will be the doubles to make Chucho rest on Sunday, but he is not sure yet about that decision.
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"our best player in fast surfaces" never played a match in five sets because his body couldn´t handle it and has no DC experience whatsoever.
a decision had to be made and the captain made it, as it is what the captain is supposed to do. and this captain haven´t been making them that bad in the last couples of years.

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wow, so our best player in fast surfaces is out! too much pressure for JMDP? ot jsut a Mancini decision?
In other words, you just have shown that you don't know anything about tennis with the above statement.
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"our best player in fast surfaces" never played a match in five sets because his body couldn´t handle it and has no DC experience whatsoever.
a decision had to be made and the captain made it, as it is what the captain is supposed to do. and this captain haven´t been making them that bad in the last couples of years.
Mancini did the right thing of course under the circumstances and he would have only played Juan on day 1. Too much too ask.
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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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From http://www.daviscup.com/news/newsarticle.asp?id=14014
I posted photos the in the photos thread.
Chucho opens the tie against Koubek.


A full weekend ahead for Acasuso

Last year’s finalist Argentina will be relying on Jose Acasuso to lead them through this weekend's Davis Cup by BNP Paribas first round clash, when he takes on the Austrian opponents in both singles and doubles. Acasuso will be first up against Stefan Koubek, who returns to Davis Cup competition after a year's absence, and will team up with Sebastian Prieto on Saturday to take on the established pairing of Jurgen Melzer and Julian Knowle. Guillermo Canas also makes his return to the Argentine team as its No. 2 player.

The full draw is as follows:

Stefan Koubek (AUT) v Jose Acasuso (ARG)
Jurgen Melzer (AUT) v Guillermo Canas (ARG)
Jurgen Melzer/Julian Knowle (AUT) v Jose Acasuso/Sebastian Prieto (ARG)
Jurgen Melzer (AUT) v Jose Acasuso (ARG)
Stefan Koubek (AUT) v Guillermo Canas (ARG)

Austria-Argentina could be a classic

When two nations play each other in sport, whatever the context may be, two words come to mind: ‘passion’ and ‘honour’. The 2007 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas first round tie between Austria and the 2006 runner-up Argentina will most definitely abide by this rule.

Keeping that in mind, the city of Linz, located mid-way between Munich and Vienna, and better known in the world of tennis for its women’s tournament, will undoubtedly be the stage this weekend for what promises to be a classic Davis Cup tie.

It’s always good to start at the beginning. And so we begin with the reason this tie is being played on Austrian soil: simply because the two countries have never played each other and the choice of ground was therefore decided by lot. So in a way, Austria has the upper hand, as they won the first match: the coin toss.

Melzer and Koubek to play singles

The rest of the tie will surely not be decided by chance. Not if Melzer can help it. The six-foot lefty, ranked 30th in the world, is not going to let this opportunity go by: “It’s always nice to play at home, the 5,500 fans will be behind us. They will lift us and if that happens I hope we can get the three points,” says Melzer.

His sidekick Koubek has experience and is also a lefty. The older of the two Austrian players, picked to play singles by Austrian captain Gilbert Schaller, will have the honour of kicking off the festivities/hostilities against Argentina’s No. 1 player this weekend, Jose “Chucho” Acasuso. The two have matched up once in the past. It was in 2004 at Wimbledon, Koubek winning on a much quicker surface than the Greenset Trophy that will be the carpet foundation of this weekend’s tie.

The second rubber will be between Melzer and Guillermo “Willy” Canas, Canas being the most experienced Argentine Davis Cup player of the four men selected by captain Alberto Mancini.

Canas: “This is the restart”

Regarding Canas, currently ranked 107th in the world, let it be known: he’s back. Indeed Canas, suspended for a positive drug test in February 2005 in Acapulco, has struggled and hustled back to a level, not ranking, similar to the one he was at (eighth in the world) just before his suspension. Since September 2006 (the date of his return to the circuit), he’s won five challengers and was runner-up at another. It means a lot to him that Mancini has chosen him to play singles: “This is the restart in my career, my goal is to break the Top 20. After what happened to me, I will most probably be very emotional to represent my country once again,” confessed the Argentine.

The doubles, as of now, will oppose the experienced and successful pair of Melzer and Julian Knowles, ranked 19th and 23rd in the world respectively in doubles, to Sebastian Prieto and Jose Acasuso, who have doubles rankings of 39th and 82nd in the world respectively.

On Sunday, the reverse singles will set up Melzer and Acasuso, their nations’ No. 1 players, followed by what could be a decisive fifth rubber between Koubek and Canas.

Acasuso looking to banish Final pain

Who will be the hero? Will Melzer rise to the occasion and send his team into the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas, a level of the competition that Austria has not reached since 1995 when they were led by work-horse and recent ex-captain Thomas Muster?

Or could it be Acasuso, who had a painful role in his most recent Davis Cup tie, last year’s final against Russia in Moscow. Chucho was brought in to play the fifth and decisive rubber against Marat Safin, but what happened in that does not need repeating, especially not to Acasuso.

But the hungriest player out there is undoubtedly Willy.
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Chucho is no mug on the surface, if this was 3 months ago he would have been the favourite.

Just not sure about this one given he hasn't had any matches under his belt, but to me it's a 50/50 match
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chucho is really doing well in the score 7-6, 6-2, and 3-1 now
..but koubek is doing so much UE!
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In other words, you just have shown that you don't know anything about tennis with the above statement.
thanks, George!

i know you think you are the best and we just say nonsense!

anyway i will keep posting, i know there is people here that doens't think like you.

Chucho is doing well, but no matter how much i like him, he is not playing well, although making aces and serving well... Koubek is playing very bad.
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thanks, George!

i know you are the best and we just say nonsense!
When you make nonsense comments without thought, then they get treated as nonsense comments.
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"our best player in fast surfaces" never played a match in five sets because his body couldn´t handle it and has no DC experience whatsoever.
a decision had to be made and the captain made it, as it is what the captain is supposed to do. and this captain haven´t been making them that bad in the last couples of years.
of course, and i inmediatelly posted the Mancini decision article because i thought what Mancini said and i think he did the right decision. JM has to grow up.
I know he is not in his best physical conditions, lau! i am not a stupid person and i can say one thing and then think better and admit my error.
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When you make nonsense comments without thought, then they get treated as nonsense comments.
as i did say in my reply to lau, i can think and then admit my error...that doeens't allow you to treat people in a not nice way as you were superior to anybody because you are not, neither lau or anybody here. We have the right to express our thoughts without being treated as stupid persons.
i never treat people as stupid person no matter i agree or not with them, i am respectful to anybody and i contribute here with articles and stuff, which no one (except choupi or anna) did thank.
i only ask sorry because of my bad english sometimes.
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