Attitude problem for Nalbandian

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  1. Steven87

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  2. Marat Safinator

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    he said he didnt play great, which is sort of a different thing al toghether. he means he didnt over power him or anything. but i agree, he seemed to have an attitude problem during that interview. he was in the huff.
     
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  3. HyperHorse

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    That was a pretty pathetic interview...
    He's acting like he doesnt care.. Maybe its that abdominal strain that's bothering but maybe he doesnt want to talk about it?
    Acted really casual, i dont like his remark that Verdasco didnt play well... David just didnt step up to the plate...
    He kinda looks tired/dispondant..
    Maybe he just tanked the match and put in a half baked effort so it didnt look so obvious....
    I guess it's easier to take away some points & 3rd round prizemoney than not show up at all... :p
     
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  4. brucie

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    Didnt he snap a few rackets 1 or 2 was it?
     
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  5. Marat Safinator

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    I dont like the way he actually shouts at ball kids. He can ask them to get him water, but not in the way as if hes gonna snap a racket round there necks.
     
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  6. Hewitt rulez

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    There were some rumors that he wanted to see the Argentina World cup match so he tanked it so he could get to go watch it. Not sure I believe that though. I think Verdasco just played really well.
     
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