Australians unhappy in New York
Published: 01 Mar 2006 - 05:14 by drop-shot
Updated: 25 Sep 2008 - 18:17
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Hello members... I've been watching/ reading about Tournament of Champions matches and surprisingly, No. 1 seed Palmer had to retire in the game against Darwish, Boswell had to bow down to the Boss (Peter Nicol) and Anthony Ricketts was beaten after the match of the day (I tell you, beautiful game) byt the new French no.1, Gregory Gaultier. Needles to say, they met week ago in London (ISS Canary Wharf), where Australian beaten French 3-2 with tie breaker in the fifth game... Does it mean that Australian players are a bit tired (Palmer is ill obviously) and they need to recover soon before Commonwealth games? Or does it mean that TOP 20 of PSA is really equal level players and it depends on specific day form of the player??? I tend to understand this argument as last few PSA tournaments proven there is no way to sit on the throne of champion without hard work, good mental preparation and good tactic. Look on Matthew-Willstrop or Gaultier-Ricketts clashes... By the way - go to http://www.psalive.tv/ and check BEAR STEARNS Tournament of Champions 2006 matches - I do recommend Gregory Gaultier - Anthony Ricketts and Thierry Lincou - John White.How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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