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Fortysomething Checkie (Guga Kotetishvili) was part of the promising generation that came of age when the country declared independence from Russia in 1991 but, like many others, wasn't equipped to cope in a world of unfettered capitalism.
Kuerten missed another set point while Nalbandian sealed the match on his first opportunity when Guga's shot landed wide.
Federer, the reigning Wimbledon and Australian Open champion, lost in the first round in 2002 and 2003 and a single break in each set was enough for 'Guga' to extend his rival's miserable record at Roland Garros.
The Brazilian, known as 'Guga,' toppled world number one and top seed Roger Federer 6-4 6-4 6-4 with a typically swashbuckling performance to bring memories flooding back of his three singles titles at Roland Garros.
In 2003, 'Guga' is aiming to recover his top ranking place after 2002 saw him struggle with injuries and fall to 36th place in the Champions Race
Craig Webb, Marc Salette, Tensho Takemori, Laurence Tighe, Eva Sobesky, George Metzger, Jim Dayton, John Goldsmith, Jorg Ruegemer, Scott Uriu, Jeff Guga, Michael Jobes, Kirk Blaschke, Nida Chesonis, Tom Cody, Leigh Jerrard, Tadao Shimizu, Rick Smith, Brace Shepard
Instead, the man called Guga insists he may need a rest when Wimbledon is on.
Ranjit Guga and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (eds.), Selected Subaltern Studies, Oxford University Press: 1988, p.35.