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Date: 26 Jan 2009 23:27:04
From: Jesper Lauridsen
Subject: The winners of the Nadal Era
The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:

1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)

Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.




 
Date: 27 Jan 2009 01:51:49
From: TT
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
Jesper Lauridsen wrote:
> The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>
> 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
> 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
> 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
> 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
> 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
> 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
> 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
> 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
> 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
> 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
> 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
> 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
> 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
> 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
> 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>
> Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.

I'm sure you have a point there but just cant put my finger on it.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


  
Date: 27 Jan 2009 00:46:58
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
On Tue, 27 Jan 2009 01:51:49 +0200, TT <gold@Olympics.org > wrote:

>Jesper Lauridsen wrote:
>> The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>>
>> 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
>> 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
>> 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
>> 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
>> 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
>> 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
>> 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
>> 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
>> 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
>> 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
>> 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
>> 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
>> 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
>> 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
>> 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>>
>> Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.
>
>I'm sure you have a point there but just cant put my finger on it.


try removing it from your anus first.


  
Date: 26 Jan 2009 16:00:03
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
On 27 jan, 00:51, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> Jesper Lauridsen wrote:
> > The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>
> > 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
> > 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
> > 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
> > 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
> > 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
> > 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
> > 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
> > 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
> > 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
> > 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
> > 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
> > 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
> > 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
> > 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
> > 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>
> > Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.
>
> I'm sure you have a point there but just cant put my finger on it.

Figures.


 
Date: 26 Jan 2009 15:48:46
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
On 27 jan, 00:27, Jesper Lauridsen <rorsc...@sorrystofanet.dk > wrote:
> The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>
> 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
> 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
> 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
> 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
> 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
> 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
> 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
> 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
> 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
> 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
> 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
> 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
> 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
> 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
> 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>
> Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.

This must be some sort of record. Longest rain of a world #1 without
winning a title?


  
Date: 26 Jan 2009 16:08:39
From: kaennorsing
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
On 27 jan, 00:52, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> kaennorsing wrote:
> > On 27 jan, 00:27, Jesper Lauridsen <rorsc...@sorrystofanet.dk> wrote:
> >> The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>
> >> 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
> >> 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
> >> 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
> >> 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
> >> 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
> >> 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
> >> 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
> >> 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
> >> 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
> >> 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
> >> 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
> >> 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
> >> 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
> >> 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
> >> 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>
> >> Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.
>
> > This must be some sort of record. Longest rain of a world #1 without
> > winning a title?
>
> Our little thai boxer is angry!
>
> :)

I'm actually content with Rafa establishing this prestigious record,
believe it or not. :)


  
Date: 27 Jan 2009 01:52:54
From: TT
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
kaennorsing wrote:
> On 27 jan, 00:27, Jesper Lauridsen <rorsc...@sorrystofanet.dk> wrote:
>> The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>>
>> 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
>> 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
>> 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
>> 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
>> 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
>> 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
>> 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
>> 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
>> 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
>> 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
>> 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
>> 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
>> 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
>> 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
>> 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>>
>> Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.
>
> This must be some sort of record. Longest rain of a world #1 without
> winning a title?

Our little thai boxer is angry!

:)

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


 
Date: 26 Jan 2009 23:40:18
From: Vari L. Cinicke
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
Jesper Lauridsen wrote:
> The Glorius Nadal Era has so far given us 15 title winners:
>
> 1 Simon: Bucharest (IS, clay)
> 1 Chennai: Cilic (IS, HC)
> 1 Auckland: Del Potro (IS, HC)
> 1 Stepanek: Brisbane (IS, HC)
> 1 Tursunov: Metz (IS, HC)
> 1 Roddick: Beijing (IS, HC)
> 1 Soderling: Lyon (IS, carpet)
> 1 Kunitsyn: Moscow (IS, HC)
> 1 Petzschner: Vienna (ISG, HC)
> 1 Berdych: Tokyo (ISG, HC)
> 1 Djokovic Shanghai (TMC, HC)
> 2 Nalbandian: Stockholm (IS, HC), Sidney (IS, HC)
> 2 Tsonga: Paris (TMS, HC), Bangkok (IS, HC)
> 2 Federer: US Open (GS), Basel (IS, HC)
> 3 Murray: Madrid (TMS, HC), Doha (IS, HC), St. Petersburg (IS, HC)
>
> Yes, only the great players can win tournaments in the Nadal Era.

Nadal is a benevolent ruler and doesn't want to take titles away from
his loyal subjects. At least so far in his reign.

The Cilic and Del Potro tournaments were well attended, I assume, since
Chennai and Auckland won them respectively. :-)

--
Cheers,

vc


  
Date: 27 Jan 2009 19:55:45
From: Jesper Lauridsen
Subject: Re: The winners of the Nadal Era
On 2009-01-26, Vari L. Cinicke <cinicke@netscape.net > wrote:
>
> The Cilic and Del Potro tournaments were well attended, I assume, since
> Chennai and Auckland won them respectively. :-)

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