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gonzalocatalino 02-13-2006 05:18 AM

BS. AS. TELMEX CUP -spoiler-
 
Post here about the Buenos Aires ATP cup!

This is the main draw:

1 - David Nalbandian (Argentina) 6º
2 - Guillermo Coria (Argentina) 8º
3 - Juan Carlos Ferrero (España) 17º
4 - Carlos Moyá (España) 31º
5 - Filippo Volandri (Italia) 38º
6 - Juan Ignacio Chela (Argentina) 39º
7 - José Acasuso (Argentina) 40º
8 - Florent Serra (Francia) 49º
9 - Alberto Martín (España) 50º
10 - Agustín Calleri (Argentina) 51º
11 - Nicolás Massú (Chile) 65º
12 - Albert Montañés (España) 71º
13 - Carlos Berlocq (Argentina) 79º
14 - Boris Pashanski (Serbia&Montenegro) 82º
15 - Mariano Zabaleta (Argentina) 83º
16 - Luis Horna (Perú) 84º
17 - Juan Mónaco (Argentina) 85º
18 - Tomas Behredn (Alemania) 89º
19 - Marcos Daniel (Brasil) 94º
20 - Nicolás Lapentti (Ecuador) 95º
21 - Jiri Vanek (Rep. Checa) 99º
22 - Kevin Kim (EEUU) 101º
23 - Potito Starace (Italia) 105º
24 - Flavio Saretta (Brasil) 109º
25 - Fernando Vicente (España) 110º
26 - WC-Gustavo Kuerten (Brasil) 292º
27 - WC-Juan Martín Del Potro (Argentina) 158º

28 - WC ...
29 - Clasificado ...
30 - Clasificado ...
31 - Clasificado ...
32 - Clasificado ...

Andres 02-13-2006 06:54 AM

Clasificado = Qualifier :)

gonzalocatalino 02-13-2006 08:09 AM

Nalbandian is out of the TELMEX CUP. he`s injuried, 2 weeks out...

bye bye

Richie Rich 02-13-2006 08:38 AM

what did he do? did he look hurt at the davis cup matches? or maybe just saving himself for the bigger tournaments.

Andres 02-13-2006 10:49 AM

Apparently, he has an injury in his abs...
Or it's his belly? LOL

I'm sorry, I'm sorry, LOL, i know I'm cruel :)

croatian sensation 02-13-2006 11:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andres Guazzelli
Apparently, he has an injury in his abs...
Or it's his belly? LOL

I'm sorry, I'm sorry, LOL, i know I'm cruel

I have a feeling Coria would trade his abs for Nalbandian's serve LOL (now I'm being cruel :-))

Anyway, it seems to be a great tourney...I really can't predict who'll take it...that's what I like about claycourt tourneys, or about any tourney without Fed :-)

No Nalbandian, no Ferrer..guess I'm rooting for Coria :-)

Andres 02-13-2006 12:42 PM

My choice is, naturally, Acasuso ;)

rfprse 02-13-2006 08:19 PM

I'm pulling for Moya, Ferrero, Guga, Acassuso.
The problem is all first 3 are placed in the same half.

Anyway, Ferrero moved on to the next round after 3 set match against a wc player Del Potro. Not a good sign.
Does anyone know how Del Potro plays?

croatian sensation 02-14-2006 02:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rfprse
Anyway, Ferrero moved on to the next round after 3 set match against a wc player Del Potro. Not a good sign.

It doesn't mean anything- Coria played a 3-setter against a qualifier in the 1st round of Umag and won it in the end.

gonzalocatalino 02-14-2006 04:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by croatian sensation
It doesn't mean anything- Coria played a 3-setter against a qualifier in the 1st round of Umag and won it in the end.

Juan Martin Del Potro is the best junior of the argentine tennis...is a great player.

Noelle 02-14-2006 05:25 AM

Is Nalbandian's ab injury the same one he sustained during the Australian Open?

Andres 02-14-2006 06:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rfprse
I'm pulling for Moya, Ferrero, Guga, Acassuso.
The problem is all first 3 are placed in the same half.

Anyway, Ferrero moved on to the next round after 3 set match against a wc player Del Potro. Not a good sign.
Does anyone know how Del Potro plays?

A 17 years old, 6'5'', great groundstrokes and movility. Good touch. Got a lot to improve (specially on his serve), but he has the talent. He's #150 now. hopefully, he'll break the Top80 this year :D

rfprse 02-14-2006 12:04 PM

Thanks for the info, Gonzalocatalino & Andres. I'll keep a eye on him. I guess how far he goes may depend on the improvement on serve.

rfprse 02-14-2006 12:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by croatian sensation
It doesn't mean anything- Coria played a 3-setter against a qualifier in the 1st round of Umag and won it in the end.

I hope that's the case.

pound cat 02-14-2006 12:18 PM

What happened here? From livescore.com

Cancl. G. Kuerten

F. Saretta

pound cat 02-14-2006 12:20 PM

Double post.........hope Guga is alright

rfprse 02-14-2006 12:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pound cat
Double post.........hope Guga is alright

It seems that He has an ankle problem :(

arosen 02-14-2006 12:56 PM

From one injury to another, Guga's body is falling apart...so sad.

gonzalocatalino 02-14-2006 05:50 PM

Acasusso defeats Montañes: 6/1 6/3.
I hope "Chucho" win this tournament, he is playing great, is his best career moment...

rfprse 02-14-2006 08:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gonzalocatalino
Acasusso defeats Montañes: 6/1 6/3.
I hope "Chucho" win this tournament, he is playing great, is his best career moment...

I like his big but smooth game. If it's the case that he's on fire, he would cruise to the final. I don't see any serious threat. Maybe Calleri?

Moya made through the second round in three sets. Any win is a good win for Moya these days. I hope he has one good last hoorah before he retires. Next up Massu....it could be a tough one.


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