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Old 08-02-2007, 11:25 PM   #16
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Where is Sam. Vancouver Open, where he is the number one seed. He beat Donald Young 6-4, 6-4. Don't know how many aces he hit.
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LOS ANGELES — No one ever said the learning curve was one smooth, flowing line.

Sam Querrey has hit one of the bumps in that curve. It's a new experience, and he's not enjoying it a whole lot.

"I've been struggling a bit lately," says Querrey, the 19-year-old rising tennis star from Thousand Oaks in just his second season on the ATP tour. "I haven't won a lot of matches — zero — in my last six tournaments."

The numbers are, indeed, both unfortunate and unfamiliar for Querrey.

After rising like a rocket in his first season as a pro — the ATP media guide notes he climbed more than 600 places in the rankings, finishing the year at No. 127.

This year, the ascent continued as Querrey broke into the top 100 and kept going, reaching No. 66.

Then he hit that speed bump. After falling to Mardy Fish in the first round of last week's Countrywide Classic at UCLA, Querrey has lost nine of his last 10 matches, and is currently ranked No. 91.

"I've never experienced this before where I've lost six times in a row," Querrey says. "In every aspect of your life — if you're a businessman, if you're an athlete — you have your ups and your downs. This is just a little downhill slide, but I'm going to overcome it."

Being interested only in results, Querrey isn't too interested in dwelling on mitigating factors, but it should be noted that he hasn't been losing to guys who just wandered onto the court after buying a racquet at a thrift store.

The nine-loss stretch began with a second-round defeat in Miami against one Roger Federer. Even if you follow tennis about as closely as a vegan tracks beef prices, you're probably aware he's the world's top-ranked player. Others who have defeated Querrey of late are ninth-ranked James Blake and No. 11 Tommy Haas; seven of the nine losses are to players ranked higher than Querrey, which means that, statistically at least, they don't qualify as upsets.

Additionally, the eight matches before the UCLA tournament were played on clay (six) or grass (two) — not exactly the surfaces of choice for someone who grew up on the hard courts of Southern California. It's still tennis, of course, but it's not quite the same. Anyone who's ever sat down at an Internet café outside of the English-speaking world can probably identify with the feeling — the computers still run Windows, but everything is just a little different, and even the most basic activity is suddenly a little more difficult.

"It was tough for me for the first time, going from the clay to the grass," Querrey admits. "But it's just something I'll get used to. I like playing on both surfaces, and I'm going to get used to it."

Those surfaces are behind him now, and the reality of his current standing on the tour is that he's generally going to meet those highly ranked players pretty early in the draw. To move up, he's going to have to find ways to knock them off.

This is where the mental side of the game comes in, and it's a big focus for Querrey. Three of his recent losses came after he won the first set; in two others, he lost first-set tiebreakers that might have changed the tenor of the match. That alone is enough to make his current frustration understandable.

"On break points or bigger points, I need to be a little bit more aggressive and try to win the points," he says. "I'm kind of playing not to lose, hoping the other guy's going to miss.

"So that's one of the things I really want to work on, which unfortunately is really something you can only do in a match."

But he's also looking for answers off the court, reading and listening to tapes that deal with the mental aspect of winning. There's no one person he's turning to for advice, he says: "I kind of dabble with everyone."

Which is a good thing, because as he deals with this flat spot in the learning curve, there's no shortage of people willing to offer advice: His mom. His friends. The members of his "Sam's Club" rooting section. "Yeah, they're giving me their opinion," he says, laughing.

Querrey finds reasons to laugh and smile through all of this discussion, so it's clear he's far from beat down by the current state of affairs. And one way he's trying to address it is by adjusting his schedule. Between this week's tournament in Indianapolis and the mid-August event in Cincinnati — his last stop before the U.S. Open — he'll detour to the Vancouver Open. That's a Challenger-level event — the type that feeds the big ATP tournaments — and Querrey had great success building his professional résumé at Challengers a year ago.

"I haven't had that much success on the tour the last six or seven weeks, so I'm hoping to go back to a Challenger and hopefully win it," he says. " It can't hurt."

Neither can Querrey's perspective, really. He may not have enjoyed the last six tournaments, but he understands this is part of the professional tennis life, part of gaining the experience that only comes with time.

"Exactly," he says. "If I just keep doing the right thing, working hard, doing what I can do, I think it will turn around."

Querrey and his fans have no reason to believe it won't happen.

Of course, if things turn this week in Indianapolis, so much the better.

— Contact columnist David Lassen at dlassen@VenturaCountyStar.com.
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I love that Sam beat Donald Young Sam also beat Ram 6-1 6-4. Well done, Sammy.

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West Van tourney a round in battle of two rising U.S. stars

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

It was the slugger against the counter puncher Tuesday and the slugger won. Big-hitting Sam Querrey, the tourney's top seed, outpunched wild-card entry Donald Young 6-4, 6-4 in the first round of men's singles play at the $150,000 Odlum Brown Vancouver Open tennis tournament at the Hollyburn Country Club.

It was just the most recent skirmish in what should be a long battle between the two talented young players for the right to be labeled the possible next big American star.

Both players came into Tuesday's feature match off impressive tournament performances.

Querrey, who has had a full year on the pro tour while Young is just getting started, reached the semifinals of an ATP main tour event last week in Indianapolis where he scored a quarter-final upset over top-10 American James Blake.

Young, 18, who won junior Wimbledon this year as well as the junior Australian Open in 2005, also had success as a pro last week, winning a $75,000 Challenger in Aptos, Calif.

But this round between the two was just about all Querrey, with the left-handed Young never really able to work himself into the match. The 6-6 Querrey demonstrated a big serve as advertised, but he also showed to advantage off the ground as he connected with some powerful ground strokes that had his smaller 5-11 opponent frequently pinned to the baseline.

"I don't think I ever really played my game," said a disappointed Young, who was the No. 1 ranked junior in the world last year. "When I had my opportunities I missed them."

Querrey didn't face a break point in the opening set, breaking Young's serve in the seventh game. He also had complete control of the second set until he got a bit sloppy serving for the match at 5-2, finally allowing Young to cash-in on a break opportunity. However, on his second opportunity to serve for the match, Querrey made no mistake.

"It really came down to just one game each set," said Querrey, who comes from Thousand Oaks, Calif. "He played one loose game each set and that was the difference."

With the win, Querrey advances to face another countryman, Rajeev Ram, who beat Justin Gimelstob, who was once ranked as high as No. 63 in the world but has now fallen to 178, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3.

"It was a good feeling to get by Donald," added Querrey. "He's a lefty and a fellow American so it was a good first-round win."

Meantime, the top-ranked Canadian in the men's event, Frederic Niemeyer of Quebec, pulled off a mild upset by eliminating eighth-seeded Bruno Echagaray of Mexico. Niemeyer, who at No. 275 in the world is second in Canada only to Frank Dancevic, beat Echagaray 6-3, 6-4 and will now face Andre Stoppini of Italy in the next round.

On the women's side, Sharon Fichman of Toronto, a semi-finalist last year, won her opening match 6-2, 2-6, 6-1 over Ana Veselinovic of Serbia. However, North Vancouver wild card entry Stefi Gjine, the newly-crowned Stanley Park champion, was beaten 6-4, 6-0 by Japan's Tomoyo Takagishi. Vancouver's 16-year-old Rebecca Marino, who won back-to-back Stanley Park crowns in 2005 and 2006, plays her first-round singles match this afternoon against the third-seeded Abigail Spears of the U.S.
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Sam is into the semis with a 6-3 7-6(1) win over Zack Fleishman. Bobby Reynolds is next.
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Old 10-17-2007, 06:40 PM   #20
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Growing pains for Sammy

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Sam Querrey just passed one major milestone and he's approaching another. Querrey turned 20 earlier this month, permanently shedding his teenage skin, and his first full season as a pro is winding down.

It's been a mixed bag. Querrey played a moderately full calendar and as of this week, he'd lost one more match than he'd won (19-20). His best showing in a Grand Slam came early, in the Australian Open, where he reached the third round. Querrey went out in the first round of the other three Slams, though he still considers his five-set loss to a French qualifier at Roland Garros notable.

"I thought I played really well this season on clay, even though I only won one match," Querrey told ESPN.com in Gothenburg, Sweden, where he was working his fourth shift as a Davis Cup practice partner. "Lost a close one to [Tommy] Haas, lost a close one to [Gael] Monfils, lost a close one to [Juan] Monaco -- so I was losing to quality players. It's a grind going to Europe and doing that, but I think it really helped me. I'm going to do it again next year."

The comment indicates that the even-keeled Querrey is probably exactly where he should be -- soaking up knowledge and thinking as much about effort as results. He stuck with the status quo during this transition season, returning to his hometown of Thousand Oaks, Calif., to stay with his parents between tournaments and continuing to work with Grant Doyle, his coach since age 16.

The 6-foot-6-inch Querrey reached a high of No. 47 in August following good showings on the U.S. summer hard-court circuit. He lost to James Blake in the Cincinnati quarterfinals, serving what is believed to be an Open-era record of 10 consecutive aces in that match, and reached the Indianapolis semifinals before losing to Russia's Dmitry Tursunov.

Since then, Querrey has struggled a bit, dropping his first matches at the U.S. Open, Bangkok and Tokyo and falling in the second round of a Challenger tournament in Sacramento, Calif., last week. He's No. 60 this week and has just two more tournaments -- in Lyon, France and the Masters Series event in Paris -- to scramble back into the top 50, his year-end goal.

Doyle praised Querrey's progress but said mental fatigue has been a factor late in the season, underscoring the need to put the finishing touches on becoming a pro.

"He needs to prepare himself for every match, and he needs to prepare for players that are lower-ranked than him, where he's expected to win," the coach said from Austin, Texas, where Querrey is training with Andy Roddick this week. "That's one of the big reasons his performances have been so up and down."
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Old 10-21-2007, 01:49 AM   #21
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Sam plays Ivan Ljubicic in the first round at Lyons. Not the best draw for Sam.
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Old 10-23-2007, 08:50 PM   #22
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Sam lost 6-7, 6-7 to Ivan Ljubicic. Sam hit 19 aces.
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Nice quick interview with Sam over at tennis.com. Here's a sampling.

The 360 Interview: Sam Querrey
http://www.tennis.com/features/gener...aspx?id=126702

GOALS

In tennis:
This year, my two main goals [were] to win an ATP tournament and… to finish in the top 30.

Long term, obviously I'd love to win a Grand Slam and be No. 1 in the world someday, but first I want to accomplish these goals that I've set. It's more of a step-by-step thing for me. For other players it might be different, but for me it's that.

Post-tennis: I hope it's something that'll just come along. I was going to go to USC [University of Southern California] and study business and play on the team, and do who-knows-what then, so that was kind of my plan before I did this.

Definitely, there's a good shot I'll [go back and] do that.

Game: On my service games I try to be aggressive. I have a big serve, a big forehand. On my opponent's service games. I try to have some patience and be consistent and try to break down his serve.

Court presence: [Being laid back] helps me and hurts me. Sometimes it helps me because I don't let things bother me a lot. But at other times can hurt me a lot because I don't get fired up at times as I should be.

Occasionally I'll get really into a match and give a lot of ‘C’mons.’ I'd like to do that more, and off the court I would never really express myself like that, but I'm hoping I can kind of implement that more in my tennis game. It helps me when I'm on the court.
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Old 05-01-2008, 06:34 PM   #24
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SI mailbag stuff.

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I don't know why the online tennis media seemed to ignore a 20-year-old American beating a former French Open Champion and No. 14 in the world -- on clay. It just happened Monday. Sam Querrey defeated Carlos Moyà 6-3, 1-6, 6-3. What is there not to like about Querrey? Does his unassuming manner not make for good headlines? -- Chris, Menlo Park, Calif.

I start by saying that I don't exempt myself here. But the emergence of Querrey has been so strange. Everyone laments the state of American tennis and complains about the paucity of prospects. Here we have a young American winning an event in Las Vegas and then beating three fine clay-courters to reach the Monte Carlo quarterfinals, and he gets less pub than Salt Lake City.

So let's kick off this 'Bag by praising Querrey. He was the only American to enter the Monte Carlo singles draw. He was so modest in assessing his chances that he booked a midweek flight. Then he does himself proud by making the Elite Eight and beating fine players, including Richard Gasquet -- who, you'll recall, beat Roger Federer on the same court a few years back.

That's an encouraging result, and while it won't likely earn him a place on the next Davis Cup team, as some of you suggested, it's nice to see an American who doesn't perceive clay to be a toxic substance.

I think Querrey's modest profile stems in part from his understated demeanor. Watch the documentary Unstrung this Saturday and you get a sense that he's just a normal, low-intensity kid who happened to be blessed by the tennis gods. Also, he had that mini-breakthrough a few years ago and then endured a bit of a sophomore slump.

While it's a completely normal trajectory for a young player (hello, Agnes Szavay!), the media tends to take a burn-me-once-shame-on-me approach. "We're going to go easy on the guy this time because he could be playing Challengers in Vancouver in a few months."

So is Querrey top-10 material? Hard to say. But is he a solid pro with a big serve who could do some damage on a variety of surfaces? No question. And given the state of affairs in American tennis, this is cause for some (tastefully muted) celebration.

If the Masters Series events are mandatory, why is Querrey the only American in the main draw? Kudos to him for playing and winning his matches thus far, but where are Andy Roddick and James Blake? -- Alan Gnani, Atlanta

Monte Carlo is "mandatory" with an asterisk. Sort of like the 8 a.m. class at ATP University. It has Masters Series status (and prize money) but it's not technically a hard "must-play" designation. This is the rare Solomonic compromise in tennis. The event didn't get downgraded. The loyalists such as Federer and Rafael Nadal could still play. The Americans who are (understandably) reluctant to spend eight consecutive weeks in Europe, get a pass.
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Interview in Miami:
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Does anyone know why Sam withdrew from his first Houston match?....Oh, why do I even bother--by the time someone sees this the clay season will be over.
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according to the tourney site it's a sore hamstring, so hopefully nothing too serious
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Well that's a bummer. He had a real opportunity to score some points. Hopefully Isner or Odesnik will capitalize on his absence at least.
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I'm glad he won his match in the World Team Cup, but too bad the US lost.
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Blah Sam lost today to Soderling .
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