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David Nalbandian get his form back defeated Roger Federer twice. Martina Hingis retire second time.

Posted by QB on November 2, 2007

David Nalbandian who was struggling on APT tour from one and half year suddenly find his form at Madrid Master series where he defeated Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic to win his first master series title of the season. David Nalbandian defeated Roger Federer again yesterday in BNP Paribas in Paris in straight sets. David Nalbandian is always tough opponent for Roger Federer to win against him. Roger Federer now head 8-7 against David Nalbandian and that is because he win few very tough matches against him, they know each other since they were young boys of 12 years old playing junior. David Nalbandian defeated David Ferer in quarter final match and tomorrow he will play semi final against Richard Gasquet or Andy Murray. Rafael Nadal is in semi final and will face Marcos Baghdatis tomorrow.

The Masters Cup in Shanghai will start on Nov. 12 with top 8 ranking player.

This is very sad that Martina Hingis announced her retirement second time after testing positive for cocaine at Wimbledon.

In an out-of-nowhere end to Martina Hingis’ comeback, the five-time Grand Slam champion revealed Thursday she tested positive for cocaine at Wimbledon and will retire for a second time rather than fight what she called a “horrendous” accusation.“I am frustrated and angry,” the 27-year-old Hingis said at a news conference in Zurich, Switzerland, her voice breaking as she fought back tears. “I believe that I am absolutely, 100% innocent.”She read a prepared statement ending with the vow, “I have never taken drugs,” then left without taking questions.
WTA Tour chief executive Larry Scott said he recently found out about Hingis’ doping test from the player’s representatives — word had not reached him through official channels because it’s an ongoing case in which a hearing has yet to be held.
Although the formerly No. 1-ranked Hingis said she’s retiring in part because she doesn’t want to spend years dealing with the legal process, Scott said he expects the case to continue.
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I believe her, it will be sad that will not see her on court in action.


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