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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.
Coria said: "I'm fine and I want to feel the adrenaline again.
Coria will play David Nalbandian in the next round after the former Wimbledon finalist made it three Argentinians into the last 16 with victory over Chile's Fernando Gonzalez.
Coria, who also lost his first match in straight sets against Safin, previously had a fine record against Henman.
I had dreamed of the trophy all my life, but my body did not hold and neither did my nerves," said Coria, who then broke into tears while mentioning the doping affair during his after-match press conference.
I had dreamt of the trophy all my life, but my body did not hold and neither did my nerves," said Coria, who then broke into tears while mentioning the doping affair during his after-match press conference.
Argentine Coria, the second seed, extended his 30-match winning streak on clay, but had to battle for nearly two hours to beat Croatian Ivan Ljubicic 3-6 6-1 6-4 in the other semi-final.
GUILLERMO CORIA marched into his second straight final at the Monte Carlo Masters yesterday after defeating Marat Safin 6-4 1-6 6-3.
THIRD SEED Guillermo Coria outlasted Russian Marat Safin 6-4, 1-6, 6-3 to reach the final of the Monte Carlo Masters for the second year in a row.
He played Guillermo Coria of Argentina, also a small, fast-moving baseliner who makes few unforced errors.
Coria and his colleagues at the Carmen Funes Museum in Plaza Huincul, Argentina, first uncovered bones of Giganotosaurus in 1993 and estimated the dinosaur's length as 41 feet (SN: 9/23/95, p.