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From TENNIS magazine: USOPEN PREVIEW 2002

pg. 40,43.

Ferrero, 22, crept quietly into the world's No. 5 position for 2001. And on hard courts, the French Open finalist from Villena, Spain, must be taken more seriously than other clay-court specialists (see Costa or Alex Corretja). The Mosquito has sting in his strokes, plus an improved serve that promises to be the foundation of a dangerous hard-court game. "Ferrero moves really well," Agassi says, "so he's always looking to play offense. He hits his forehand big, the backhand is solid, and his heavy first serve gets him the lead in a lot of points."

pg. 45.

How we see the men and women faring at the U.S. Open.

Juan Carlos Ferrero, 22 ->
Spain

"Of the Spanish players, he's the best equipped for hard courts. But New York doesn't seem like his kinda town." !LOL!
 

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LOL! New York will be his town this year when he's holding up that winner's trophy!:D VAMOS Juanqui!

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If he can make it there, he'll make it anywhere... New York, New York!

Ooops, this isn't the thread where we sing karaoke. :eek:

But you get the picture. I agree with Leo. New York will be his! :D
 

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"Start spreadin' the news...he's leaving (about 2 weeks from) today. He wants to be a part of it... New York New York. His (Sergio Tacchini) shoes are longing to stray...right throught he very heart of it...New York New York...if he can make it there, he'll make it anywhere...it's up to him in New York New York." Ok Ok, I'll stop, but Layla got me started, and well, I'm dying for the Open...especially if/when JC wins it!
 

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LOL @ Miss_Juanqui! that was really good! you should go on our crap thread (whatever it's called) and do some karaoke!:D
 
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