Unfortunately I have bad news. As you might have seen in my tournament schedule, my next tournament would have been the Dubai Duty Free Women's Open. My plan was to fly to Dubai this week, however I have yet to receive my visa! I am perplexed at the situation as this is not the first time I would be taking part in this prestigious event. In the past once I completed my registration forms for the event, the organizers took care of my visa. The visa and the information about the tournament were then mailed by the officials to me. I have done my part, that is I have completed the necessary paperwork and sent it to the organizers some time ago. To this day, I have not received a response from the organizers.
The situation is even more disturbing if I consider the fact that this would have been my first tournament with my new trainer Lóránd Szűcs (more in the news section). I was very anxious to hit the court with the newfound energy that my trainer brings to my game. Now, however, I stand awestruck at the situation at hand.
Ajla Tomljanović Mandy Minella Jarmila Gajdoová
Dalma Gálfi Fanni Stollár Naomi Totka
Queen Maria & Princess Ana
I know this isn't an ATP forum but i have to say i've about 150-200 pictures of two Davis Cup-match between Hungary and Monaco. Pictures are made by me and... yes, the first half of them are really bad qualty because i turn my camera not to SPORT mode So you can see them at http://wtatour.tar.hu/web/davis_cup/...aco_day2&3.htm . I think Hungarian people know it but i have to tell it those people who don't. The Hungarian Davis Cup was first time in my littletown between 4th-6th March and the tennis club was pretty good, the games were really good and so on.
I think there aren't any people in this forum who lives in Hódmezővásárhely, the little town of these pictures, but i have to thank all the people who supported the matches and who supported me to get VIP ticket for free of course