And in The Most Important Tennis Competition Of This Century update...

And in The Most Important Tennis Competition Of This Century update...

Post by Javier Gonzále » Wed, 10 Apr 2013 10:04:56


Capdeville plays the potentially clinching 4th ***, has the chance to get all the glory and silence some of the naysayers... against frigging Ecuador... and retires in the 4th set due to "being sick". And then claims he was sick since Wednesday and that coach Prajoux knew because he told him. Prajoux promptly said "no you didn't" and deservedly threw him under the bus. If you think you're sick, you tell the coach.

Youngster Guillermo Garin (16 years old, ranked in the 500s) gave good battle but lost both his ***s. Maybe he'll mature into something. I hope he does, because our #1 is now 30-year-old, challenger-final-losing Capdeville.

 
 
 

And in The Most Important Tennis Competition Of This Century update...

Post by Iceber » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 08:35:29


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> Capdeville plays the potentially clinching 4th ***, has the chance to get all the glory and silence some of the naysayers... against frigging Ecuador... and retires in the 4th set due to "being sick". And then claims he was sick since Wednesday and that coach Prajoux knew because he told him. Prajoux promptly said "no you didn't" and deservedly threw him under the bus. If you think you're sick, you tell the coach.

> Youngster Guillermo Garin (16 years old, ranked in the 500s) gave good battle but lost both his ***s. Maybe he'll mature into something. I hope he does, because our #1 is now 30-year-old, challenger-final-losing Capdeville.

that's pretty poor, retiring in the 4th in a Davis Cup match, is he a
total git?

 
 
 

And in The Most Important Tennis Competition Of This Century update...

Post by soccerfan77 » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 09:07:11


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> Capdeville plays the potentially clinching 4th ***, has the chance to get all the glory and silence some of the naysayers... against frigging Ecuador... and retires in the 4th set due to "being sick". And then claims he was sick since Wednesday and that coach Prajoux knew because he told him. Prajoux promptly said "no you didn't" and deservedly threw him under the bus. If you think you're sick, you tell the coach.

lol you are funny... no, you didn't... lol
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> Youngster Guillermo Garin (16 years old, ranked in the 500s) gave good battle but lost both his ***s. Maybe he'll mature into something. I hope he does, because our #1 is now 30-year-old, challenger-final-losing Capdeville.