I’m a big fan of the American guys as I said last week but of the international players I’d have to put David Nalbandian as one of my favs (he was unable to win that match point against Andy Roddick at the 03 US Open which turned into Roddick’s and for American men the last Slam win!).
Nalbandian who had hip surgery last summer won his first match since May today after he finished off Potito Starache6-2, 7-6(2) in Buenos Aires.
“I’ll take things day by day. I’ll need four, five, six tournaments to (start) getting the rhythm of the circuit,” he said.
David tried to make a comeback at the start of the season but suffered a stomach muscle problem in Auckland. Good to see he’s OK now (fingers crossed!). David Ferrer and Juan Carlos Ferrero are the tops seeds down there in Argentina.
Returning to the subject of American tennis, tomorrow night have a dandy between Andy Roddick and James Blake in Memphis!
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