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  1. vernonbc

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    Um, you do remember how 2009 turned out with his knee problems, don't you? Strapping on the knees is never a good sign. :(

    A little more from that interview:
    Nadal: “I will work hard to start the year and season. Then in February I will have 3 or 4 weeks off and time to stop”

    Rafael Nadal: “I have yet discomfort in the knee, in the coming weeks I’ll review it to recover well”

    “No time to stop, will train with caution and next week I’ll get a good look to see what to do with the knee”


    I wonder if he's thinking that he can get by with the knee problem until February and get treatment then. I know he dreads getting it done...he's said it was so painful the first time he almost passed out and they gave him sedatives to get through the procedure the next time, but it really did seem to help him for over a year.
     
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    But he wore the same strapping on his knees in Wimbledon 2008, and Roland Garros 2008! When asked about it he always said it was a precaution.
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    And I'd say those 2 events (wim08/rg08 ) are his 2 greatest performances ever along with US Open 2010. Plus he won the Olympics just after Wimbledon 2008.
     
  4. Crisstti

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    What interview? :confused: You mean the press conference after the DC?.

    Would that be the injection of platelets?.

    I'm thinking it was painful because he didn't use sedatives the first time, but it should be OK with them?.
     
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    Nadal has to take the whole of February off and get some serious rest, because the schedule is pretty brutal from Monte Carlo until the US Open in 2012.

    Monte Carlo starts on the 16th April, and we have this schedule:

    1 week of Monte Carlo
    1 week of Barcelona
    1 week off
    1 week of Madrid
    1 week of Rome
    1 week off
    2 weeks of the French Open
    1 week of Halle
    1 week off
    2 weeks of Wimbledon
    3 weeks off
    1 week of London Olympics at Wimbledon
    1 week of Toronto
    1 week of Cincinnati
    1 week off
    2 weeks of the US Open
     
  7. vernonbc

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    Please please translate tomorrow. I'd love to hear/read it. Lots of giggling so I'll bet it's good. :)

    No, it was an interview with local tv at his practice session. That's why the knee problem came up as they saw him with it taped up. http://ib3noticies.com/20111208_171042-nadal-ja-entrena-a-manacor.html
     
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    I guess the sedatives help when they're doing the actual procedure but he's in a lot of pain for a few days afterwards. He had it done the first time just before Rome and there was an interview with Toni where he said that Rafa almost didn't play because he was suffering so much. There was lots of discussion at the time about Toni's tough love because Toni apparently told him to buck up and play and quit complaining or withdraw from the tournament and be done with it. (Rafa played and won. :) ) The second time after Wimbledon, there was some video of Rafa and his dad going to a stadium to meet some team (can't remember the name of the sport - it was some obscure thing) and they had to bring the players and everyone down to the ground floor to meet Rafa as he could barely walk and couldn't go up the stairs. Rafa went even though he was in a lot of pain because he knew that it was a big deal for the players. All their families and kids had gotten all fancy dressed up and were terrifically excited to meet him and he didn't want to let them down.

    Well, I wouldn't disagree with you there! :) But if anything, it just goes to show how mentally strong Rafa is that he could play through pain the way he did (and still does). If they hadn't found that platelet procedure that gave him some relief, I don't think we'd be watching Rafa play right now.



    Mustard, except for the Olympics stuck in there between Wimbledon and Toronto, it's basically the same schedule he's had for a number of years now isn't it? No wonder he's tired after he gets through that part of the season.
     
  9. Crisstti

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    Well, he said he will.

    Aww, poor thing :|

    That was nice of him though :)
     
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    Will do :)

    Wait a second, how did you understand what they said there? :confused::)
     
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    Lol, translating that website with Google, it appears that "Nadal" means Christmas :D
     
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    That's what I always thought it meant, thanks.
     
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    Wow. That's just incredible.

    He should really drop at least Barcelona and/or Monte Carlo. In 2010 when he skipped Barcelona I think it was one of the best decisions he ever made. You could see how it really helped him in the long run going into the USO
     
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    I had no idea :)

    No way he's dropping Monte Carlo. Maybe Barcelona.
     
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    http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/videohub/video/clipDeportes?id=1429462&cc=5700
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsJPg9yyCX0

    Interviewer: Rafa, how are you doing?, good afternoon.

    Rafa: Hello, good afternoon.

    Interviewer: Everything alright?.

    Rafa: Very well, here we are (giggles)

    Interviewer: Well, thanks for talking to us Rafa, and congratulations for the Davis Cup, despite of what there's for us, which is losing once again, a pity... but well, congratulations.

    Rafa: Well, thank you very much. I'm sorry for you guys, I think you deserved it too, I think you played at a very high level and in the doubles you walked all over us, but well, you lost two matches that were very even, but I think Argentina has a great team and the truth is I wish the best to them and I hope that my friends will soon win the Davis Cup. Pico, David, Juan Martín, everyone.

    Interviewer: Well Rafa, eh, we were just watching a point that, one of the many spectacular ones from this weekend, the one with Pico Mónaco where it seemed that to win a point to you he had to directly kill you (laughs), but on Friday you played on an incredible level, did you feel it that way as well?.

    Rafa: Well, I think on Friday I played at a very high level. It's also true that Pico played a little more quiet, because Pico has trouble defining points and I always had the option to come back and recover the ball, but well, I think I failed very little, I dominated him from the beginning, and the truth is I'm sorry for him but I think the result was excessive considering how he played.

    Interviewer (Mariano Zabaleta?): Rafa, Sabala speaking, how are you?, fine?.

    Rafa: How are you eh, how are you doing?.

    Interviewer: Well, thanks for talking to us, you’re an idol, I wanted to just ask you a question, to tell you, I think that this was like a strawberry for all that your career was for many years, all that you have demanded from yourself, all that you’ve broken your back, winning all you won, but to define this point, in front of your people, the Davis Cup, all that it means, do you feel that it’s your best triumph, or the biggest joy of your career?.

    Rafa: … I don’t know if so much. The truth is that it’s hard to analyze if it’s the most or the least. What it’s sure is that it’s a victory that will be in my head for all of my career, I think it’s one of the most beautiful ones I’ve ever gotten, I enjoyed it a lot, I suffered as well throughout the match, because Juan Martín played at a very high level, but well, evidently when you suffer then victories are… are more beautiful, aren’t they?… and I’m not talking very well, the truth guys, because I hear myself (laughs)…

    Interviewers: It’s alright, it doesn’t matter.

    Rafa: .... all the time, and I tangle up (or become entangled, not sure how it is in English) (laughs)

    Interviewer: It doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter.

    Interviewer: We hear fine here.

    Interviewer: Rafa, how goes on your day of vacations, after this great year you’ve had?

    Rafa: (laughs) My day of vacations?, I train on Wednsday (laughs).

    Interviewer: On Wednesday you train alreay?

    Interviewer: Stop messing around, Rafa, take a few days.

    Rafa: I can’t, I can’t, I start on the 27th and my goal is to arrive well for Australia and it’s what I’m going to try, right?, and after Australia then I’m going to have a month without competing but… before that it’s the moment to make an effort and see if I go on on the right line to get there very well prepared.

    Interviewer: Rafa, José Chatrup saying hi, it’s an honour to talk to you, to congratulate you, and to tell you simply, how does a tennis player like you, who’s won everything, even the Davis Cup, all of the Grand Slams, to go on motivating himself, I had heard around that you were a little tired, the circuit is very demanding, how do you keep on motivating me… yourself, day after day?.

    Rafa: Well, there are always better moments, there are worse moments, but the motivation and the illusion to… to work everyday, well, for the moment is there, isn’t it?, and it remains there intact, doesn’t it?, afterwards… when the day comes when it’s not there, well, it will be the day to… to do something else, no?, to go home and live life in another way, no?, but up to this moment, the motivation is still there, and one never knows when things start and less even when they end. For the moment I’m enjoying everything that’s happening to me. The truth is that I feel very lucky for living all of this and now, well, the motivation… is big, especially after playing matches like… like that of yesterday, no?, matches like that of yesterday give you something special, and evidently, you work all your life to play matches like the one I played yesterday and just because of that all of the work is worth it.

    Interviewer: Well, we wait for you soon in Argentina, eh?, when you want to come to play here, we’ll be waiting.

    Rafa: I hope so, the truth is that I look forward to it, let’s hope, see if sometime, well, it can be organized, hopefully sooner rather than later, but well, the schedule is complicated and… for sure I will come back (has he ever been in Argentina?) but, let’s see if I can be back soon.

    Interviewer (woman): Ole, hello Rafita, how are you, I’m Laura Hurra, a Flamenca (laughs), despite that, a big admirer of your art, of course, congratulations for yesterday, and I wanted to ask you, well, what was the celebration, since you were in the South of Spain, where people are very much into partying, I wanted to know what did the team do?.

    Rafa: Well, thank you very much, a pleasure to meet you, and yes, we went out a little while. We had the official dinner with both teams and all of the authorities, that went on until very late, it went on until almost two in the morning, and later we went out for a little while, there’s always a special atmosphere in Sevilla.

    Interviewer (woman): Ole, ole, that is good.

    Interviewer: I want to ask Rafa something, good afternoon, (he introduces himself) (laughs)

    Rafa: Good afternoon.

    Interviewer: Two questions in one, briefly. First, for a 5 hour match, what is it that one should eat?, because I, for example, have gone for pastas, deserts to have energy, and then I’ve felt very heavy and haven’t lasted 5 hours (laughs). And the second question Rafa is who has the salad bowl (not sure the DC trophy is called like that in English) that you all won for the fifth time?, so you have it in your home, does the Spanish Tennis Federation have it?, where is the salad bowl?.

    Rafa: The truth is that the salad bowl I haven’t the slightest idea of where it is (laughs), and the first (question) well, I assure to you that you can eat whatever you want for if you play for 5 hours you will end up smashed up anyways (laughs).

    Interviewer: Thanks, thanks.

    Interviewer: No, I tell you anyway, that that I think is for any of the mortal ones who can play a five hour match but not for you, because you play a five hour match and it seems you’re as good as new, I don’t know how you do it.

    Rafa: I assure to you that (laughs) I deceive you very well then (laughs).

    Interviewer: A crack player.

    Interviewer (Mariano Zabaleta?): Well Rafa, I wanted to thank you obviously, again, for talking with Pura Química, you are a phenomenal person, I don’t get tired of saying it, so lots of luck for next year. Hopefully, I know you have the goal of getting the nº 1 back, and that everything works out the best possible.

    Rafa: Well, my goal is to work everyday and to be prepared as best as I can for the important tournaments, and Mariano, thank you as always, see you (something else I can’t understand).

    Interviewer: Come here to visit us please.

    Interviewer: Come to Argentina Rafa!

    Interviewer: We will make you have a great time.

    Rafa: I’ll go, I’ll go, I’ll go. Invite me!, you never invite me! (laughs)

    Interviewer: Sabala, Sabala will pay for everything (laughs)

    Mariano Zabaleta (Sabala I guess?): Everything (smiling).

    Interviewer: A hug.

    Interviewer: A hug Rafa.

    Rafa: A hug.
     
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    I don't think he should drop either of them. I don't get this constant argument about him having to skip some of his clay tournaments. All those tournaments are basically mandatory - the slams and the masters, and he's required to get some 500's into his schedule too. He's hardly going to drop a clay tourney and then make it up with a hard court in Washington or an indoor in Valencia. It's a tough patch on his schedule, for sure, but I don't blame him a bit for wanting to play as many clay courts as he can. He's so comfortable and confident on them and as a fan, an absolute treat to watch. :)


    Ooh - I see the translation Crisstti. Running off to read it. Thank you!!!
     
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    That's just crazy !
    2 Masters1000 right after the Olympics :shock:
    Tennis should be scheduled on FIRST week of Olympics, not second, so it would be :

    2 weeks of Wimbledon
    2 weeks off
    1 week of London Olympics at Wimbledon
    1 week off
    1 week of Toronto
    1 week of Cincinnati

     
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    Maybe it's not scheduled that way because the new grass wouldn't be ready on time.

    EDIT: Was the tennis scheduled on the first week of the Olympics in 2008? I can't remember.
     
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    Right... Didn't think of that !
     
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    That was a good interview. Rafa was very relaxed and happy as well he should have been. They didn't get to the club to start dancing and partying until 2:00 am??? Those crazy Spaniards. Most sane people would be heading home to bed at that hour! :lol:

    I liked this comment from Rafa. He has such a level head about all the craziness of his career and super stardom. It's so good to hear that he's still highly motivated and enjoying what he does.

     
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    Sounds pretty reasonable but the fact of the matter is the schedule only affects a handful of the players. Few of them will be playing near the end of the second week at Wimbledon and again at the end of the Olympics. Rafa takes a lot of heat for saying that the schedule is too hard but for the guys who play deep into every tournament, it is a really tough grind. Add to that all the promo and pr the top guys have to do, plus all the traveling which would leave all of us normal people knackered, and it makes you realize how truly special these guys are.

    They really have to do something about the mandatory requirements - not necessarily the schedule. I think it's fine to have as many tournaments as they have so all the lower ranked guys have plenty of chances to play, but they have to start giving the top guys more of a choice in where and when they choose to play.
     
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    You're not looking at it from the long run perspective. Sometimes you have to lose some to win some. Yeah, he would get a zero pointer but that zero pointer could save him for the later part of the season, a time when he is usually tired/burnt out/injured and whatever else. Skipping Barcelona did him no harm in 2010, which proved to be one of his best seasons. Yes, he was a little bummed out that he didn't play, as he should have but it was the one of the smartest decisions he's made with regards to his schedule. I wish he could learn from that, and this isn't even coming from a Nadal fan. The guy isn't 19/20 anymore when he can just play 4 or 5 clay court tournaments a year, he'll be 26 in June, with close to 700 match under his belt. Just my 2 cents...
     
  23. Crisstti

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    Yeah, I agree with you.
     
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    Ita. The problem is Nadal will NEVER learn,and is still scheduling like a moron. It's cutting his career short,and he is having knee problems again and has been getting pain killing injections so he can play. He is going to struggle next year as the injuries are already beginning for him and the new season hasn't even started yet.
     
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    Hey, you're back :)

    You've got to admit at least he dropped the DC for next year.
     
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    Nadal has made 6 of the last 7 slam finals. So forget all the other events, it's the slams that makes Nadal's (and the now damaged Djokovic) schedule harder than everyone else's. Especially Roland Garros and Wimbledon because Nadal always plays all 14 slam matches (except for 2009) plus Queens (Halle in 2012) in between which he perhaps tries to tank but knows he must play at least 2 matches there to adjust to the grass. Its that period of the year that makes the season a lot tougher for Nadal (and the now damaged Djokovic) than the others.
     
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    Nadal's last slam final was his last one. Book it.

    And Possum isn't damaged. He and his good doctor will come up wth a miracle cure to save him from his death bed for the billionth time,and he will be back firing on all cylinders come the AO.
     
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    I guess it's not a permanent b,, for you huh? What a shame.:)
     
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    Nah,I'm still hanging around just to chap your a**. :lol:
     
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    Thank you. We need clowns like you, just to make each day more comical,lol.
    Clowns away Clarky....
     
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    No matter how much you may think I clown,you are still the clowniest clown of them all dear Beasty. *smooches* :lol:
     
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    I disagree. I think I am looking at it from a long term perspective. Rafa has played Barcelona other years and has done pretty darn well overall. I would proffer that the reason he had such a good 2010 is not because he skipped Barcelona but because he had his knees treated that week which allowed him to play fabulous tennis for the rest of the year. I think he's going to have to have it done again soon, if not before the AO then right after, and look out for him in 2012. ;)
     
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    Nah beast. Sick puppies are not comical. :???:
     
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    Lol! I'm far from being an "old broad",and it was meant to be a way of telling you to kiss off. :lol: Besides,by reading your posts it doesn't seem you have even hit puberty yet so I would definitely not be interested.
     
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    So Federer is playing Halle next year too?.

    It says here http://www.crunchsports.com/categor...Rafael-Nadal-at-Halle-next-year-201112120007/
    "If the duo do meet in the Halle final, Federer is likely to be favourite. Nadal won their last grass-court meeting in the 2008 Wimbledon final, but the Halle grass is much faster and lower bouncing than the Centre Court at SW19, which will suit the Swiss Maestro's attacking game."

    Is the grass in Queens more similar to that in Wimbledon?.

    Also, apparently the Nadal - del Potro match was the most seen DC match:

    http://www.europapress.es/chance/tv...-davis-mas-visto-historia-20111205123747.html

    Mmm... the writing of those articles doesn't make the news seem very believable. Plus they mention it's on the Spanish press, yet I can't find anything in it.
     
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    Uh oh, another big blow to the (homophobic?) haters :lol:
     
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    Surely it's a bigger blow to the fangirls ;)

    I cant see anything about it anywhere though, the only results I get are from the Australian Open last year when a fan shouted out "Will you marry me?" :lol:

    Congratulations if it's true though :)
     
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    Federer has a life long contract with Halle. As long as he is active he is supposed to play it. He did not play it this year because supposedly he had a groin injury.
     
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    FYI *******s "xisca" is a fabricated name for Nadal's supposed girlfriend, it is not her nickname no one close to her calls her this, Nadal calls her Mary, get it right, it's a damn shame I know more about your hero than most of you *******s.
     
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    Then there are the dimwits who don't know how to read. Every Rafa fan knows what her name is and it's been discussed on this thread.
     
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    Nadal and Federer receive a bye while Djokovic will have to play one extra match.

     
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    Very strange! Normally, the 2 best players of the draw get a bye and Nole is number one. :confused:
     
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    Last year was nice.

     
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    Oh, I see. I was wondering though if it's a good idea for Rafa to play there if the grass in Queens is more similar to that of Wimbledon. The article said that Halle's grass is faster and lower bouncing... then maybe he feels like playing in more "traditional" grass ;)

    We know that dear. Why should we call her what Rafa calls her?, we don't know her.

    What tournament is that?, an exhibition thing?. When is it played?.
     
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    People should call her by her given name or "Mary" not some dumb name someone in the media decided to give her thinking they were being clever.

    Calling her Xisca is like using Xmas instead of Christmas, highly disrespectful on both counts.

    How would you like it if someone started calling you Xisstti.
     
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    I'd find it odd, but wouldn't be offended. If it bothers her, she can say something.

    One simply called her that because it's the name she's known by. No big deal.
     
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    I see, so if you met her you would call her Xisca to her face?
     
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