ed hardy Double-defending champion Spain has fallen heavily upon the quarter-finals this season against France. In the absence of Rafael Nadal to a surface negative, find the five main reasons for this unexpected defeat. The absence of Nadal: With or without Rafael Nadal, Spain has a different face. Charismatic leader, unchallenged and unchallengeable Iberian training over five years, the world number one has not been able to take his place in Clermont-Ferrand because of a painful right knee. However, throughout his career, Mallorca has always paid special attention to the Davis Cup. Since its debut in the Czech Republic in the first round in 2004 and a blow against Jiri Novak, he has not tasted defeat in singles winning its last 14 games. It has often focused his training on his shoulders. even on a fast surface, Guy Forget men would certainly have had to dig a little deeper into their reserves to punch their ticket to the semifinals. A speech too vague: The presence of personal trainers is an eternal debate in the world of Davis Cup. Unlike France, Spain gives his players the right to come together. A policy that has largely been successful since training Iberian lift the Silver Bowl three times in the past ten years (2004, 2008 and 2009) but has perhaps reached its limits over the weekend Clermont. While Guy Forget has found the words to push his troops to engage in a game very ambitious, forward-offensive, the Spaniards Fernando Verdasco in particular, were often shared between two discourses, that of personal trainer and Captain Albert Costa. The Iberians have not always known where to turn, what tactics to use on a surface that suited them much, and thus could not express themselves fully.
Original article on IMC Scotland: http://www.indymediascotland.org/node/20220