Nalbandian on Davis Cup

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  1. garcia_doomer

    garcia_doomer New User

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    I just ended too saw Nalbandian won over Soderling on Davis Cup... what a player, for God's sake! Take a look at the record in website. Heart and talent.
    I hope this year Argentina win the Cup. All rounds to come will be in Bs. As. ...
     
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  2. julianoz

    julianoz Semi-Pro

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    I would pay $5000 for his backhand
     
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  3. PascalMariaFan

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    Does he have the best Davis Cup record among active players?

    Singles: 15 - 3
    Doubles: 10 - 3
    Overall: 25 - 6

    Undefeated outdoors, on clay and on grass.

    If Argentina wins The Cup this year, Nalbandian will probably be recognized as the best DC player of his generation.
     
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  4. Andres

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    He's 15-0 when playing at home, btw. Both singles and doubles.
     
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  5. GasquetGOAT

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    wow thats some amazing stats. I don't have the exact stats but Leyton Hewitt also has one of the best DC record among this generation.
     
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  6. gdsballer

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    roddick is a good dc player as well, he's won 10 straight and never lost a clinching match
     
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  8. el sergento

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    That's pretty cheap for a shot that'll get you in the top 100.

    Add at least a 0 to your asking price.:)
     
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  9. simi

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    Well, that'll get him about 1000 1-hour lessons with a fair to middlin pro. String those lessons every day and over the course of just under three years, and assuming the talent, and four-five hours practice a day, might be possible.
     
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  10. tennis_guy

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    I saw the Argentina against Great Britain match and he was solid. Doesn't make many mistakes and makes it look very easy.
     
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  11. ATXtennisaddict

    ATXtennisaddict Hall of Fame

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    David Nalbandian is my hero

    <==avcheck
     
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  12. RedWeb

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    Dude, check you math. 1000 1-hrs lessons for $5000? thats 5/hr. Perhaps the pro at the Haitian Tennis Club charges that.
     
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  13. IvanYentl

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    Nalbandian is an accomplished winner, but watching him play is about 875th on my list of things I want to do, right behind getting a tooth pulled.

    cheers
     
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