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does anybody knows the official website? i just tried the link of the 2002 tournament, but now is a link to some gay porn site :rolleyes:

copaatt.com :eek:
 

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Thanks for the info, Pat :wavey: ¿Patricio? o ¿Patricia? ;)
 

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it's running now...some really good players there...mainly claycourt specialists....surprised Moya is there...would have thought he'd be in Rotterdam or Dubai (50 pts cf 35pts) ...but obviously he prefers clay....
 

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it's running now...some really good players there...mainly claycourt specialists....surprised Moya is there...would have thought he'd be in Rotterdam or Dubai (50 pts cf 35pts) ...but obviously he prefers clay....
Moyke always plays on clay just before the two super nine hardcourt tournements. Why? I don't know, but he never plays on hardcourt before Indian wells and key biskayne or the other one.
 

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Moyke always plays on clay just before the two super nine hardcourt tournements. Why? I don't know, but he never plays on hardcourt before Indian wells and key biskayne or the other one.
I think I know why. He's smart. Clay courts are notoriously slower than hardcourts. He wants to get into the groove. The way he hits the ball, you really need to get your timing right. If he can get it right on clay, then more than likely he can get it on hardcourt. Because on clay you really need to watch the ball.

Maybe he just wants to spend time in South America, then travel to US to play TMS after Acapulco. That way he won't have to spend so much time on the plane.

Anyway, he's an all-court player. He could win anywhere (except perhaps Wimbledon).
 
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