Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by WayneCM, Apr 21, 2006.
Wow Coria went the first service game and no double faults.... Go Coria!
he broke and then served like he usually does with df's etc. and lost his serve to love
vamos coria !
Lost the first set, 6-2, Nadal up a break 1-0.He wont escape this one.
Nadal up 4-0 in the second set, amazing, the streak might reach 40.
5-0, Nadal serving for the set and the match.
Coria was up 2:0 and lost the last 11 games in a row he's totally worn out there! The last 2 matches are taking their toll!
Gosh...what a meltdown :-(
5-1, at least he wont get a bagel:mrgreen:
Nadal defeats Coria, 6-2, 6-1, 40 matches straight won on clay
"vamos gaston" now !!!
That was crushing
As much as I like him, it was his time to lose. His serve is too much a liability to be winning. Despite that, I hope he work's on it more and finish the clay season strong.
Nadal owns Coria. The only time Guillermo beat Rafa was when Nadal was 16 years old.
Anyone read the post-match interview with Coria?
I did. http://montecarlo.masters-series.com/en/players/interviews/stories/06_coria5.asp
Looks like Javier (his fitness coach- Javier Capitaine) won't get his paycheck this month. lol
I followed the match through live scores only, but I was guessing that Coria must be very very tired or ill and not moving like he usually does cause considering it's Nadal and Coria on clay...the games didn't last long. The score was changing fast
I read somewhere that Coria had a long rally with Nadal and lost the rally.Then Coria did a machine like gesture with his racquet towards Nadal, like if he wanted to shoot Nadal.:mrgreen:
Coria won it (at least I think he did, I saw that point but I was having breakfast so I can't vouch for how awake I was ) but he had to volley about five times - including an overhead that Nadal got back. The shotgun gesture was clearly a comment on Nadal being too stubborn to admit that he's lost the point
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