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Aykhan Mammadov
05-08-2005, 12:58 PM
Coria, I'm really not a fan of anybody. I really appreciate those PROs who know what tennis is and are playing with their head and thanks their feel of the ball and workmanship.

After I felt in love to Roger I consider you are the 2-nd or 3-rd my favourite if to take into consideration also Santoro. I mean among now playing players.

Today u didn't lose to that ugly boy running very fast just because of his natural health and youth, today conversely u showed with your ugly and weak health( comparatively with all players among first 10 and even more, maybe except Davydenko) that you are playing GREAT tennis.

What you lack? A little more resolution, my friend. You are 23 and still you have big chances to win more tournaments than u did. Don't relax boy so early. U did so little comparatively with yr talent. Go and don't return defeated !!!

donnyz89
05-08-2005, 01:02 PM
Aykhan, thanx for the kind words... but leave me alone, i will mind my own business because im a much better tennis player than you, so dont tell me what you think about my game. and is the O3 tour im using worth it? I like the looks of the NXG better just because its green and thinner. I like thin beams, dont you? I might dye my hair green... just for that, idk. O and my english isnt very well, so please excuse me. Where is Baku Aykhan?
---Coria

Feņa14
05-08-2005, 01:05 PM
I totally agree, I have never really liked Coria but my opinion of him has changed.

The way he looks like he enjoys himself out there, like smiling and playing around with the umpire and crowed. There aren't many players who interact as much as him, probably only Safin and Roddick. He has had alot of bad luck in his career so far with the drugs, incident with the ball kid at RG, choking at RG last year.

He seem's to be the only one who can really trouble Nadal, and I wish him alot of good luck.

DashaandSafin
05-08-2005, 01:14 PM
***Note this***
This is the first time that ive ever agreed with Aykan

Feņa14
05-08-2005, 01:15 PM
lol yea I know what you mean, whats the world coming to eh? :p

Aykhan Mammadov
05-08-2005, 01:33 PM
Dasha, u don't deserve Safin. Marat is very nice, tall and rich guy. There are so many beautiful Russian girls ( if not to mention that they are the most beautiful in the world) he could find. I really don't appreciate his choice. Let him alone, Dasha.

Aykhan Mammadov
05-08-2005, 01:43 PM
Aykhan, thanx for the kind words... but leave me alone, i will mind my own business because im a much better tennis player than you, so dont tell me what you think about my game. and is the O3 tour im using worth it? I like the looks of the NXG better just because its green and thinner. I like thin beams, dont you? I might dye my hair green... just for that, idk. O and my english isnt very well, so please excuse me. Where is Baku Aykhan?
---Coria

Baku is in Azerbaijan, donnyz89. By the way, the fact that u play much better than me doesn't mean necessarily that u understand better than me yr own psychology as well as the reasons why u lose.

antontd
05-08-2005, 01:46 PM
Yesterday I hated Coria. He has earned my respect now. But I’ve noticed his first serve goes to Nadal's FH(which is usually ok). He needs to improve it. Coria deserves the RG Title.
Nadal has taken his place of the hated pusher. Why the hell that idiot looking boy has had so many "I follow him since he was 16" fans...

TwistServe
05-08-2005, 01:59 PM
Don't forget, coria's hot wife Carla is going to give him some tender loving care tonight.

Aykhan Mammadov
05-08-2005, 02:00 PM
antontd, I really don't know also. I really didn't undrestand why Italians supported Nadal, not Coria today ? Do they respect Argentineans less than Spaniards ? Maybe they are on the same continent or say in Europian Union with Spain and this is the reason?

Anyhow it is not clear for me. Conversely human psychology must push him to support Coria taking into account his sad failure last year at FO when he was leading for 2 sets and was leading in the 3-rd set against Gaudio ( and obviously plays better) , his age 23, and boring success of this ugly boy last months. BTW he is 18, soon 19.

antontd
05-08-2005, 02:15 PM
antontd, I really don't know also. I really didn't undrestand why Italians supported Nadal, not Coria today ? Do they respect Argentineans less than Spaniards ? Maybe they are on the same continent or say in Europian Union with Spain and this is the reason?

I doubt it. They probably think: let’s support the kid against that arrogant clay specialist.
I am tired of Nadal. God, I want him to loose... badly. His serve and forehand are even uglier than his monkey look...(sorry nadal fans, this is my opinion; nothing personal)

gugafanatic
05-08-2005, 02:17 PM
lol@ monkey look

andre'smom
05-08-2005, 02:56 PM
In Argentina is high % of Italians descendence.....

maratonman
05-08-2005, 03:03 PM
I have to admit that I love Coria style of playing. He has all the tools to really suceed in clay. He is a counter puncher, very inteligent, and also that take some risk. Regarding his attitude on the courts while I like his fighting spirit I donīt like his cheap attitude against some calls, his not giving credit to his opponents, in shorts words to being so sellfish on the court. That is why people donīt favor him so much against other players. For example yesterday making a discussion of a ball that was clearly in against Agassi. Even Agassi was **** off by his attitude, and you could have seen it with a cold hand shake at the end. Give me a break your playing with a tennis legend and a minimun repsect you should have. Also today just barely shaking the hands of Nadal at the end of the match. Thats a cheap attitude. He should have minimun hug Nadal and recognize his effort and win.

In the other side Nadal with only 18 years old represent the fighting attitude and the physical presence that every ATP player should posses. He is really a fighter!


PS: Any mistake with my english is because Iīm not a native speaker.

BERDI4
05-08-2005, 03:04 PM
antontd, I really don't know also. I really didn't undrestand why Italians supported Nadal, not Coria today ? Do they respect Argentineans less than Spaniards ? Maybe they are on the same continent or say in Europian Union with Spain and this is the reason?
I think the reason is because there's a rivalry in football. Both countries are football powers and Argentina outsted Italy in some world cups.

snowpuppy
05-08-2005, 03:57 PM
Next to federer, he is probably among my favorite. Next to federer, he is also the most beautiful player to watch. His movement around the court is very graceful. He really knows how to use his great speed to cover the clay courts brilliantly. He don't have a lot of power, but he knows how to use his shots. At first I didn't think much of clay, but after watching guys like him I learn to appreciate it much more.

pound cat
05-08-2005, 04:15 PM
After watching Coria not go to the net when he lost Roma, it confirmed my impression that Coria is due for the ATP Worst Sportsman award. And I saw how smart Nadal was to not humiliate himself by going to the net when he noticed Coria leaving the court. Otherwise it was a great final.

gugafanatic
05-08-2005, 04:55 PM
Coria is a big baby, who chokes in the big matches. Will he ever win RG if he keeps letting these kind of matches slip away from him.

Aykhan Mammadov
05-09-2005, 05:20 AM
pound cat, probably this is also the style of behaviour on the court. First I think he is a little arrogant just because he plays great tennis and probably he doesn't consider that somebody plays better tennis and all his defeats he regards as accident.

In the second, there is another point of view. I really don't know what is better. I heard tennis is a sport for lone persons and there everybody is for himself only. Since the winner is always one and there is big money also probably there is much hate and envy in tennis also. So really I don't know what is better - artificially shaking the hands and smiling when u hate an opponent in yr soul or better not to shaking at all and avoiding congratulations to opponent ?

It is NOT my position. I simply have described another attitude and another manner of some sportsmen.

edberg505
05-09-2005, 10:02 AM
After watching Coria not go to the net when he lost Roma, it confirmed my impression that Coria is due for the ATP Worst Sportsman award. And I saw how smart Nadal was to not humiliate himself by going to the net when he noticed Coria leaving the court. Otherwise it was a great final.


I'm not sure if many people remember the clip I had of Coria and Federer playing a practice match but after Coria finished getting owned by Fed there were hundreds of little kids waiting for him to sign an autograph and that butthead just walked right by them like they weren't even there. Ever since then I really never much cared for him at all. Good tennis player not a good person though.

fjgarciap
05-09-2005, 01:03 PM
I think the reason is because there's a rivalry in football. Both countries are football powers and Argentina outsted Italy in some world cups.
I'm not sure of this. I would say it's the teenager face, the wet log hair, the strange pants, the fresh image of a young tennis star who fights every point what makes people root for him on matches. Add to this the fact that people tend to get along the player who is perceived in some sort of disadvantage (had an injured hand, looked more tired than Guillermo, younger than him, etc.).

fastdunn
05-09-2005, 01:25 PM
Next to federer, he is probably among my favorite. Next to federer, he is also the most beautiful player to watch. His movement around the court is very graceful. He really knows how to use his great speed to cover the clay courts brilliantly. He don't have a lot of power, but he knows how to use his shots. At first I didn't think much of clay, but after watching guys like him I learn to appreciate it much more.

I agree about your comments on Coria's movement.
Lots of people say Federer's smooth mover but I personally doe not
find his footwork that smooth.

Federer is an astute runner, smooth and graceful but not exceptionally so.
Coria "glides" around the court. Really silky smooth mover.
Then there are quiet cat-like movers like Mecir in 80s, Sampras in 90s...
They kept their body very low and made very atheltic and sometimes
explosive movement in silences. They moved like a cat...

DashaandSafin
05-09-2005, 03:46 PM
Aykan you dont think Dahsa is hot? Whats wrong with your eyes did u watch AO?

Aykhan Mammadov
05-10-2005, 02:47 AM
Dasha and Safin, I regard she is good girl, but Safin deserves much more beautiful.