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Old 02-13-2007, 06:16 PM   #181
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I agree with you maria... the tennis player's life must be very tough.... they must spend most of their time alone, or training... they can'd be with their family, friends.............. damn hard!
yes, tere, they cannot study what they want also!

my wish is that JM could make true his dreams: to be number 1 and to study architecture!
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yes, tere, they cannot study what they want also!

my wish is that JM could make true his dreams: to be number 1 and to study architecture!
nice wish! but kind of imposible... i just hope he lives happily ever after lol...
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this is another article from La Nación, kind a report about the celebration of the win

Todos festejaron

Al ritmo de batucada, los jugadores celebraron en el vestuario la victoria y clasificación; en la tribunas, los hinchas, pocos pero ruidosos, terminaron prevaleciendo sobre los austríacos

LINZ, Austria (De un enviado especial).– Una hinchada argentina se hace notar siempre, en cualquier parte del mundo. Es una cuestión de estilo, de cantos, de personalidad, de pasión. Una pasión que se hace mucho más notoria cuando se da en un país como Austria, en el que la gente, al menos por lo que se vio el último fin de semana en el Intersport Arena, no se caracteriza justamente por ser demostrativa, aunque habitualmente se muestren muy amables y serviciales. Ayer, los casi 40 hinchas que vistieron rigurosamente de celeste y blanco, terminaron confundidos con los jugadores, el cuerpo técnico y los colaboradores en el banco argentino.

Juan Martín del Potro lloraba y se abrazaba con todos los colaboradores del equipo, especialmente con Diego Rivas, el kinesiólogo, que lo asistió en un descanso, cuando el chico estaba al frente por 5-2 y había comenzado a sentir fatiga en la pierna izquierda. "Vamos, vamos Argentina, vamos, vamos, a ganar…", cantaban detrás los argentinos que vinieron desde varias partes de Europa y que durante los tres días alentaron a los jugadores.

Durante varios minutos, todos estuvieron unidos en festiva comunión, como una buena forma de no sentirse tan lejos de casa. Del Potro, todavía emocionado, le regaló a la gente toallones, muñequeras, su vincha, pero se guardó lo más especial: las dos remeras que utilizó en su victoria contra Jürgen Melzer.

Después, para los jugadores fue el tiempo de meterse en el vestuario y ensayar un festejo que fue breve, pero íntimo. El último que entró en el camarín fue justamente Del Potro, que se demoró con la firma de infinidad de autógrafos de un lado y del otro de la cancha. Curioso fue ver cómo un par de austríacos también lo esperaron para que Delpo estampara su firma.

Una vez que Juan entró en el vestuario se desató la locura. El flaco de 1,95m saludó uno por uno a los periodistas, que esperábamos afuera, y se metió saltando, feliz por la victoria y ya sin lágrimas, sino puras sonrisas, enormes. Del otro lado de la puerta de ingreso la batucada empezó a sonar con fuerza, mientras algunos tachos servían como improvisados bombos y las puertas sonaban también al ritmo
. Luli Mancini en cambio, se quedó varios minutos afuera, como permitiendo que ese festejo fuera sólo de los jugadores y de sus colaboradores. Quizá, también, buscaba bajar sus propias pulsaciones.

Como antes de cada partido, en el que los jugadores se motivan y hasta usan para el calentamiento previo cantitos de tribuna y música nacional, ayer, ya con la tensión en baja por el resultado positivo asegurado, aún cuando quedaba que Guillermo Cañas jugara el último puntos, Los Rodríguez sonaron nuevamente, y enseguida apareció Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota, con "Mi perro dinamita".

No todos los hinchas argentinos estuvieron los tres días. Por ejemplo, Carola, una joven arquitecta que vive en España, llegó anteayer para ver el dobles y se quedó para la definición. Lejos de mezclarse como una más en el grupo más nutrido, se puso al frente de la hinchada y revoleó una camiseta, por momentos, como un auténtico jefe de barra.

Los austríacos intentaron oponer algunas banderas puestas por la organización y un grupo de unos 15 hinchas con las caras pintadas y un bombo. Del primero al último día, la convocatoria siempre fue en picada y ayer, no más de 1500 espectadores no fueron oposición para casi 40 argentinos y toda su la pasión.

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the article sumarize the passion of argentines fans and players that celebrates with rhytm and drums ("batucada") the victory. Del Potro was crying and hugging all the team and especially Diego Rivas, the kinesiólogo who assist him when he felt problems with his muscles. Then in the "vestuario" all were chanting and celebrating all together. Del Potro was the last to arrive there because he was signing autograph everywhere (even to some austrian people who asked him the sign) and trhowing his sport things to the audience. But when Del Potro arrived all was an explosion! The tears finished all was singing and singing,laughings and jumps, plenty of happiness for Argentina and the victory. Just Mancini rested alone outside as protecting the celebration of his players.
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nice wish! but kind of imposible... i just hope he lives happily ever after lol...
yes, right! almost impossible

i hope also that he could make a family and be happy...They say here he so "familiero" which means that he loves a lot to be with his family and friends around.
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Juan está en edad de pleno desarrollo y el objetivo para este año es apuntalarlo en lo físico. La idea es que esté preparado para hacer cinco sets durante varios partidos y con la misma intensidad. Apuntaremos al tren inferior, a mejorar mucho sus piernas para que sea más explosivo. Juan viene haciendo un tratamiento de fortalecimiento de las piernas desde los 11 años, por su altura. Creo que seguirá creciendo y es el momento en el cual se le pueden incorporar cosas.

Arrancó una preparación seria hace rato, hasta con nutricionista. Aspira a ser número uno. Tiene potencial y muy buena actitud hacia el trabajo. Es un fórmula uno: hay que cuidarlo, educarlo, llevarlo de a poco, porque es joven y la del tenista es una carrera dura, en la cual los pequeños detalles pueden hacer la diferencia.

ok, this is my lowsy translation... but you will get the idea.

Elseser (his physical trainer): Juan is in the growing age, and the goal for this year is to develop him physically. The idea is that he becomes able to play 5 sets for many matches and with the same intensity. We will strengthen his lower body, we will develop his legs a lot, so that he gains explosiveness. Juan has been under treatment making his legs stronger since he was 11, because of his height. I think he will keep growing and this is the moment we can add things.

He started a serious preparation a long time ago, even with a nutricionist. He wants to be number one. He has potential and a very good attitude towards work. He is a formula one, you have to take care of him, educate him, take him slowly, because he is young and the career of a tennis player is tough, and little details can make a difference.
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yes, right! almost impossible

i hope also that he could make a family and be happy...They say here he so "familiero" which means that he loves a lot to be with his family and friends around.
yeah I understand what that means.. I from argentine too.. jaja nose porque carajo sigo escribiendo en ingles!! juan siempre ta hablando de su flia.. o de sus amigos.. se ve que estar lejos de ellos los hace valorarlos que se yo...
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Thank you everyone for the articles. Nice reading.
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Good that JM works now with Elseser. He knows his job. Good partnership imo.
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yeah I understand what that means.. I from argentine too.. jaja nose porque carajo sigo escribiendo en ingles!! juan siempre ta hablando de su flia.. o de sus amigos.. se ve que estar lejos de ellos los hace valorarlos que se yo...
oh this is because English is the language all the people understands here for sure you know that! pero te entiendo!
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Elseser (his physical trainer): Juan is in the growing age, and the goal for this year is to develop him physically. The idea is that he becomes able to play 5 sets for many matches and with the same intensity. We will strengthen his lower body, we will develop his legs a lot, so that he gains explosiveness. Juan has been under treatment making his legs stronger since he was 11, because of his height. I think he will keep growing and this is the moment we can add things.

He started a serious preparation a long time ago, even with a nutricionist. He wants to be number one. He has potential and a very good attitude towards work. He is a formula one, you have to take care of him, educate him, take him slowly, because he is young and the career of a tennis player is tough, and little details can make a difference.

Thanks, Willy for the article! This is the main issue for JM after the big win...He needs a good preparation to avoid injuries, the main problem for players that tall as he is.."keep growing" says Elseser? o my god...

do you beleive, Willy, he can be number 1?
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Good that JM works now with Elseser. He knows his job. Good partnership imo.
Yes, to have a good Physical Trainer as well as an experienced coach is always a good thing. Most of the top players have that nowadays, and Juan is definately aiming for the top Sorry I haven't been around so much this last few days - Choupi you know why
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Yes, to have a good Physical Trainer as well as an experienced coach is always a good thing. Most of the top players have that nowadays, and Juan is definately aiming for the top Sorry I haven't been around so much this last few days - Choupi you know why
Hi, Rosie, nice to see you here a little bit at least! hope you are well.

do you think he could be number 1, Rosie?
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EDIT: An article from Ole. I post it in Spanish here in case I don´t find it later I´ll post the translation tonight, half of the work is done.
His quotes are from Austria, after he won his match.
The article says he´s leaving Tandil on Friday to go to US for the hard court tournaments.
Here´s the translation, sorry for the delay.

http://www.ole.clarin.com/notas/2007.../01362610.html

DEL POTRO AFTER THE DREAMED DEBUT
“This was the best viaje de egresados* ”
*it could be callled “high school graduates group vacation” but that doesn´t sound good When you finish highschool in Argentina you make a trip with your class, if you´re from the northern part of the country, you go to Bariloche (in the Patagonian Andes) and if you´re from the South, you generally go to Camboriú (a beach town in Southern Brazil) or Córdoba, too...

He didn´t go to Bariloche, but he did go to Linz, where he gave the victory to Argentina. At 18 he already knows 25 countries.

EZEQUIEL IRIBARREN eiribarren@ole.com.ar


Juan Martín Del Potro knows what traveling is. Thanks to tennis, he was already in Italy at 14 and today, four years later, he knows 25 countries. India, Japan and Bermuda, among other countries and just to name ‘the unusual’ ones. However, due to tennis, he couldn´t make a more traditional and shorter trip: the graduates one. Delpo finished high school in December and by time of preparing the tour to Bariloche with his partners, he had to step out to travel to Adelaide. There, he did well reaching the semifinals, his better performance in the ATP tour. The kid, of 18 years, was leaving school two months ago and on Sunday he gave the decisive rubber to Argentina against Austria, in Linz, to move to the Quarter final of the Davis Cup. It was a dreamy week for the Tandilense, who received his first call, made his debut a reality and approved the exam with a key victory. “This was the best graduates trip. No doubt! I missed 15 or 20 friends, but well… I came to Austria in my graduates trip!”, he joked with Olé, the day after the big day.

Due to tennis Del Potro did his last four years of high school in the Ceade, a distance education school. “I did veeeeeery well. Ten as average. I swear. Very good mean (?)”, he says. He says he is good in Geography, Language and History and very ‘weak’ in Maths. “That´s why during matches someone outside has to give me the scoreboard”, he continues playing. He would like to study Architecture (he might wanna reconsider that if he´s not good with maths ), although he doesn´t know if he´ll be able to do it.

Tennis came to his life at seven. He played football in Independiente de Tandil (“from 5 to 8”, he explains), but once he picked a racquet, he was “hooked”. His first professor, Marcelo Gómez, still works with him. His idol as a kid was Sampras and he admires Safin. Pistol´s debut in DC at 20, and lost to the French Leconte; Marat made it at 18, like Juan, and he lost too.

In his home dad Daniel and mom Patricia waits for him. “The first thing I´ll do there? Asado with my family and friends; maybe an ‘affectionate night’…with my girlfriend, obviously” , he says and adds: “I guess that as soon as I arrive I´ll realize what I achieved”. He was the one that stamped the ticket with his 5 sets victory over Jurgen Melzer.

Tandil will have him only three days. On Friday he´ll travel to United States to play the Memphis, Las Vegas, Indian Wells and Miami tournaments. One more time thinking in his career. “In the dressing room yesterday (Sunday) I said to my trainer: I won the best match of my career and I won´t go up in the ranking. But this will contribute a lot, it will give me more confidence in myself and will generate doubts in my rivals. But I can´t get relaxed because, ultimately, I won only one match”, he warns. He is right, but what an important match.

Delpo dreams of being against Sweden, from 6th to 8th of April: “Maybe this victory give me chances. But David is back… Acasuso is unquestioned because he left everything for the Cup, and that has to be taken into account; Cañas played incredible… If I´m there, fine; if not, I´ll support from outside.”

LINZ (FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT).



CRISTIAN ELSESER. Del Potro´s physical trainer.
He aspires to be number one

(first paragraph taken from a translation Willy Cañas made for a GM thread )
Juan is in the growing age, and the goal for this year is to develop him physically. The idea is that he becomes able to play 5 sets for many matches and with the same intensity. We intend to strengthen his lower body, develop his legs a lot, so that he gains explosiveness. Juan has been under treatment making his legs stronger since he was 11, because of his height. I think he will keep growing and this is the moment we can add things.

He started a serious preparation time ago, even with a nutritionist. He aspires to be number one. He has potential and a very good attitude towards work. He is a formula one: you have to take care of him, educate him, take him step by step, because he is young and the tennis player career is a hard one, in which the little details can make a difference.


EDIT: Willy Cañas translated the same part with Elseser in this page too

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I am going to enjoy watching this guy grow as a person and player.
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Lau- I am pretty sure he means the mathematical mean- i.e. the average of all of his scores combined.

He seems a rather pleasant young man. Like Sue said right above- it will be nice to watch this guy as he grows during his career.
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