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dAgEnIuS
02-17-2005, 06:28 PM
1st of all...
Ferrero is not going to be playing in the first round of the Davis Cup against Slovakia....
i think it's something about his ranking or something...
those who can read Spanish, please translate it for us....


QUIERE RECUPERAR SU MEJOR NIVEL Y SUBIR EN EL RÁNKING
Ferrero se cae de la Davis para Eslovaquia
JOAN SOLSONA. Barcelona

El G2 trabaja desde ayer para confeccionar el equipo que jugará ante Eslovaquia en la primera eliminatoria del Grupo Mundial (4, 5 y 6 de marzo en Bratislava). Jordi Arrese y Juan Avendaño, que siguieron las evoluciones de los jugadores españoles en el Open de Australia, tienen una lista de cuatro nombres en la que no figura Juan Carlos Ferrero.

El tenista valenciano, número 64 del ránking ATP, se ha puesto como objetivo recuperar el tenis que le llevó en 2003 a lo más alto del circuito masculino. Por ello, ‘Juanqui’ no estará en Eslovaquia, aunque sí le gustaría que los capitanes contaran con él en la eliminatoria de cuartos de final con el ganador del Suiza-Holanda. Ferrero, que defiende esta semana en Rotterdam la final del pasado año, sabe que su ascensión en la clasificación mundial pasa por sacar resultados en los Masters Series de Indian Wells y Miami, torneos en los que sólo puede sumar porque no estuvo en 2004 a causa de una varicela.

Indian Wells aparece en el calendario inmediatamente después de la Copa Davis de Eslovaquia y Ferrero tendrá complicados rivales ya en primera ronda al no disfrutar de la condición de cabeza de serie. Sin ir más lejos, la pasada semana en Marsella debutó en el torneo con derrota ante Joachim Johansson, posterior campeón. Por su parte, la pareja para Eslovaquia formada por ‘Feli’ López y Fernando Verdasco pasó ayer ronda en Rotterdam ante la atenta mirada de Arrese.




and the second one is more interesting....

read it for yourself...

http://www.equelite.com/noticia.asp?idnoticia=60619


I wonder why.....

VamosRafa
02-17-2005, 06:35 PM
Not surprising, as I just posted in an earlier thread. Unless JC gets wildcards, he's going to have to try to qualify for Monte Carlo, Roma, and Hamburg. Who would have predicted that?

There are Spanish players with much better results than he so far this year.

Here's the freetranslation verson of the article you posted, which will give you the general gist:

WANTS TO RECOVER ITS BETTER LEVEL AND TO RISE IN THE RANKING Ferrero falls of the Davis for Slovakia JOAN
SOLSONA. Barcelona

The G2 works since yesterday to concoct the team that will play before Slovakia in the first one eliminatoria of the World Group (4, 5 and 6 of March in Bratislava). Jordi Arrese and Juan Avendaño, that continued the evolutions of the Spanish players in the Open of Australia, they have a list of four names in which does not figure Juan Carlos Ferrero.

The Valencian tennis player, number 64 of the ranking ATP, has itself placed as objective to recover the tennis that carried him in 2003 at most high of the male circuit. Because of it, ‘Juanqui’ will not be in Slovakia, although yes he would like that the captains included him in the eliminatoria of rooms of end with the winner of the Swiss-Holland. Ferrero, that defends this week in Rotterdam the end of the past year, knows that their ascent in the world classification passes for removing results in the Masters Series of Indian Wells and Miami, tournaments in which only can add because was not in 2004 on account of a chicken pox.

Indian Wells appears in the calendar immediately after the Cup Davis of Slovakia and Ferrero will have complicated rival already in the first round al not to enjoy the series head condition. Without going further, it passed week in Marseilles debuted in the tournament with rout before Joachim Johansson, subsequent champion. In turn, the couple for Slovakia formed by ‘Feli’ López and Fernando Verdasco passed yesterday patrols in Rotterdam before the attentive look of Arrese.