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Arhur Rinderknech watching France suffer a tragic 2010 Davis Cup final defeat – Tennis Sports

French nova Arthur Lindark Netch I completely remember seeing the Davis Cup as a kid, so I’m very excited about the Davis Cup debut. In 2010, France suffered a tragic defeat in the Davis Cup final against Serbia.

In the fifth decisive rubber, France’s Michael Roda suffered a straight set defeat to Viktor Troicki. 26-year-old Rinderknech wept almost after France suffered a tremendous loss. “Like yesterday, I was watching the Davis Cup final on TV.

I remember the madness in Serbia, the decisive match Rodra lost to Troicki. And I almost shed tears, “remembered Lindark Netch.

Rinderknech created a team, but Gael Monfils did not.

French Davis Cup team captain Sebastien Grojan has removed top-ranked French tennis player Gael Monfils from the Davis Cup final selection.

Instead, Grosjean nominated Lindark Netch, Ugo Humbert, Richard Gasquet, Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Huguer Herbert for the team. “Gael understands my choice to combine youth and experience. (…) Change teams before the start, especially if Gael is good at Bercy, as regulations allow it. I don’t rule out that, “Grosjean said, according to Tennis Magazine.

Lindark Netch boasts the 65th largest career in the world. It was ranked in the top 100 for the first time in July. “This is a very special achievement, but it’s not the end of my journey,” Lindark Netch told the ATP website in August.

“It’s something no one can take away from me. It’s also really cool to do it in a window for a few weeks with good friends like Bonji because we were with each other [in the FedEx ATP Rankings] We had a weak in and a weak out for several months.

Therefore, achieving this goal together is really great as a French player. I want to thank my team and all the people who have helped me to improve every day. ”

– Tennis Sports

Arhur Rinderknech watching France suffer a tragic 2010 Davis Cup final defeat

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