Belgian tennis rests primarily on...

Batoussai

Rookie
Can't agree with you more!

As a Belgian I'm so glad this guy is performing. Just needs a little bit more consistency in his results.
 

CGMemphis

Rookie
Love him.

Saw himwin it all here in Memphis, I hope his wrist gets better and he keeps his confidence up, he is moving up.

Now I just hope they keep the Regions Morgan Keegan Tournament here in town and not sell it out of the state so he can defend his title and I can see his play again.
 

matchmaker

Hall of Fame
Well Darcis had not won a single ATP match this time last year and now he has two titles under his belt. Not bad I would say.
 

757tennis

Rookie
to the OP: thought that you were going to say justine henin and that she is letting down belgian tennis by retiring but oh well...
 
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Deleted member 3771

Guest
he hits okay, got blasted 6-0 6-3 6-0 by Hewitt at the Ao, but hes a tryer.
 

flyer

Hall of Fame
Amazing how people can say that somebody 'sucks' when they are top 50 in the world...

Not talking like a teenager. On some people, the concept is lost.
obviously im not talking relative to club players, im talking compared the top touring pros and the expectations you guys probably have of him, which is implied i guess some people don't get that concept
 

mdjenders

Professional
I love watching Darcis and Rochus, as should any shorter players with one hand backhands. You can learn a lot by watching how these guys handle high balls to the bh.

Unfortunately, I think Darcis is at best a top 50 fringe player
 

Greenfin Beta

Semi-Pro
it must have been tough on the boys to be in the shadows of their female counterparts, henin and clijsters, but tougher now that everyone will be looking to them for some kind of salvation. still it couldn't be as bad as in britain (murray) or france (gasquet).
 
it must have been tough on the boys to be in the shadows of their female counterparts, henin and clijsters, but tougher now that everyone will be looking to them for some kind of salvation. still it couldn't be as bad as in britain (murray) or france (gasquet).
i can see your point with murray, but gasquet??

france doesn't have tsonga or monfils(not the best to put hopes on) or even llodra?
 
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