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"This merger is an exciting milestone in the evolution of the Coria business," said Mr.
But in his first grand slam event since the 2006 US Open, Coria was impressive despite his 5-7 6-4 6-1 6-4 defeat and insisted afterwards his problems were behind him.
Yet Coria's latest comeback has already bettered that with a 6-4 7-5 win over Francesco Aldi, and a three-set loss to Pablo Cuevas in Vina del Mar two weeks ago doesn't read badly after he went on to reach the last four.
All of the formulas in the CeraVe line incorporate a unique combination of three ceramides, hyaluronic acid and other moisturizing and restorative ingredients in Coria's patented Multi-Vesicular Emulsion (MVE) delivery system to repair and maintain the normal protective barrier of the skin.
Coria said: "I'm fine and I want to feel the adrenaline again."
Coria had called the trainer to treat his ankle at 5-0 down in the first set and looked a totally different player in the second.
Marathon man Ginepri won his third successive five-set match at Flushing Meadows when Coria double faulted the last two points.
Coria, who lost his first match in straight sets against Safin, previously had a fine record against Henman.
Coria, who also lost his first match in straight sets against Safin, previously had a fine record against Henman.
Coria is currently the world No 3 and few, even now, will dispute he is the king of clay after winning 48 of his last 50 matches on the surface.
Gaudio took full advantage as Coria struggled badly with what looked like a leg problem.