Coria won another match!

Q&M son

Professional
Yes! Willy won in Morocco, in three sets, only seven double faults, two aces!
The point here, he plays well, since a long ago!
We miss you Mago! :)
 

peluzon

Rookie
it is a good idea write a post every time he wins ,, because he will win two times in a year

so keeps coming this kind of post please
 

jmsx521

Hall of Fame
Coria is on the cover of new Prince tennis rackets at my local sports' store, but he left Prince for Yonex a while back, didn't he?
 

pabletion

Hall of Fame
No one, Peter Polansky.

But to his mental problem this victory is greatest!
Every single match (I must say set, game) counts!
Hey.... Polansky is a great emergin player! I've seen him live (won last year and this here in Guatemala, Futures..) and this year he's playin challengers, this week reached his highest 272 rank... and climbing. Has had very good tough matches with higher ranked plyrs...., had a very tough Davis Cup match against Fernando Gonzalez, where he didnt have anything to envy to a top 50 player (7-6(4) 7-6(3) 5-7 6-2 in Chile!). Considerin the mental issues Coria's been havin, and how tough has it been for him to win matches recently, and the opponent... I'd have to say it was a great win for Coria.....
I wanna see Polansky crack the top 100 soon!!!! Wadaya say Canadians????
 

DJG

Semi-Pro
Yes, Polansky is definitely on the up. So not a bad result from Coria, I'm hoping he can string some things together this year. But, times have changed and it is tough out there.
 
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daro_89

New User
Great news. He will play Gicquel tomorrow I think.
Does anybody know if he will enter the French Open draw without qualifying?
 

shaneee

New User
Polansky is definately no pushover. I ball boyed his semi final match at the U.S. Open a couple years back where he crushed Donald Young. Hopefully Coria will string a couple of good wins together.
 

Q&M son

Professional
Hey.... Polansky is a great emergin player! I've seen him live (won last year and this here in Guatemala, Futures..) and this year he's playin challengers, this week reached his highest 272 rank... and climbing. Has had very good tough matches with higher ranked plyrs...., had a very tough Davis Cup match against Fernando Gonzalez, where he didnt have anything to envy to a top 50 player (7-6(4) 7-6(3) 5-7 6-2 in Chile!). Considerin the mental issues Coria's been havin, and how tough has it been for him to win matches recently, and the opponent... I'd have to say it was a great win for Coria.....
I wanna see Polansky crack the top 100 soon!!!! Wadaya say Canadians????
Sorry, I didn't know he. :cry:
 

LeftyServe

Semi-Pro
Polansky was the runner-up for the U.S. Open Junior Boys' title in 2006, which gives him something in common with some other illustrious runner-ups for that title, like Roger Federer, Robby Ginepri, and Marcos Baghdatis. He's also the one who just five months earlier (in March '06), while participating as an alternate for the Canadian Davis Cup team in Mexico walked through a plate glass window in his hotel room, fell three stories, and severed an artery in his calf resulting in 400 stiches. He was sleepwalking at the time. He went through months of rehab and then demonstrating some pretty impressive strength of will makes it to the final of the one of the most prestiguous junior tournaments out there. And now he's 19 and hungry, so all-in-all, a good win for Coria against the up-and-comer.
 
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