If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

Post by Jason Catli » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 02:38:35


He could've achieved much, much more in the sport, imo.

Strange how one of the most notoriously poor performers in clutch
situations on the regular
tour is actually mentally tough in DC.

 
 
 

If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

Post by Lax » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 03:40:26


Quote:
> He could've achieved much, much more in the sport, imo.

> Strange how one of the most notoriously poor performers in clutch
> situations on the regular
> tour is actually mentally tough in DC.

He could also achieve more in this match if Calleri didn't suck.

 
 
 

If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

Post by wen.. » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 03:55:35

In article

Quote:

> He could've achieved much, much more in the sport, imo.

> Strange how one of the most notoriously poor performers in clutch
> situations on the regular
> tour is actually mentally tough in DC.

Playing for their country and being part of a team really ignites some
players. Gonzalez and Massu at the 2004 Olympics, eg.

wg

 
 
 

If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

Post by Lax » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 04:19:24

Calleri is softballing his shots and Verdasco Lopez are just ripping
their shots.
 
 
 

If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

Post by gregor.. » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 04:19:58


Quote:

> > He could've achieved much, much more in the sport, imo.

> > Strange how one of the most notoriously poor performers in clutch
> > situations on the regular
> > tour is actually mentally tough in DC.

> He could also achieve more in this match if Calleri didn't suck.

Nalbandian blew the third set tie-break with a double fault and a
missed easy volley - his serve has been under pressure the whole match
 
 
 

If only Nalby could bring his DC mentality to every match

Post by John » Mon, 24 Nov 2008 06:53:51

there you go again, Wendy, likening Olympic tennis to Davis Cup...;-)