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Next Tournaments?

Does anyone know Venus schedule for the hard courts?
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BANK OF THE WEST CLASSIC ( july 22-28 )

ACURA CLASSIC ( july 29 - aug 04 )

PILOT PEN CLASSIC ( aug 19-25 )
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Pilot Pen Features Formidable Field

Pilot Pen Features Formidable Field


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07/09/2002


The Pilot Pen is writing several notable names into its entry field. Fifteen of the top 20-ranked women in the world have comitted to competing in the New Haven, Connecticut event, which will be staged August 16th-24th at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale



Five of the top-10 ranked players — defending champion and second-ranked Venus Williams, sixth-ranked Jelena Dokic, seventh-ranked Justine Henin, ninth-ranked Lindsay Davenport and 10th-ranked Amelie Mauresmo — have entered the event along with 12th-ranked Daniela Hantuchova, 13th-ranked Elena Dementieva, 15th-ranked Anastasia Myskina and 18th-ranked Daja Bedanova.

New entries to the tournament are Italy's Silvia Farina Elia, Anna Smashnova of Israel, Bulgarian Magdalena Maleeva, Patty Schnyder of Switzerland, American Meghann Shaughnessy, Iroda Tulyaganova of Uzbekistan, Anne Kremer of Luxembourg and Tatiana Panova of Russia.

"The fact that 15 of the top 20 players in the world have entered the Pilot Pen shows that New Haven has become a 'can't-miss' stop on Tour," said Anne Worcester, tournament director. "The field has star power at the top with Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Justine Henin and Jelena Dokic, and a solid base of main draw players which includes every player ranked from No. 9 to No. 20."

The tournament will award three wild cards the week before the event begins. The qualifying event will include an unprecedented 20 of the top 50 players competing for six spots in the main draw. Former French Open champion Iva Majoli, Austrian Barbara Schett and Americans Lisa Raymond and Alexandra Stevenson are all expected to compete in the qualifying tournament.




Photo By Art Seitz By Richard Pagliaro
07/09/2002


The Pilot Pen is writing several notable names into its entry field. Fifteen of the top 20-ranked women in the world have comitted to competing in the New Haven, Connecticut event, which will be staged August 16th-24th at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale



Five of the top-10 ranked players — defending champion and second-ranked Venus Williams, sixth-ranked Jelena Dokic, seventh-ranked Justine Henin, ninth-ranked Lindsay Davenport and 10th-ranked Amelie Mauresmo — have entered the event along with 12th-ranked Daniela Hantuchova, 13th-ranked Elena Dementieva, 15th-ranked Anastasia Myskina and 18th-ranked Daja Bedanova.

New entries to the tournament are Italy's Silvia Farina Elia, Anna Smashnova of Israel, Bulgarian Magdalena Maleeva, Patty Schnyder of Switzerland, American Meghann Shaughnessy, Iroda Tulyaganova of Uzbekistan, Anne Kremer of Luxembourg and Tatiana Panova of Russia.

"The fact that 15 of the top 20 players in the world have entered the Pilot Pen shows that New Haven has become a 'can't-miss' stop on Tour," said Anne Worcester, tournament director. "The field has star power at the top with Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Justine Henin and Jelena Dokic, and a solid base of main draw players which includes every player ranked from No. 9 to No. 20."

The tournament will award three wild cards the week before the event begins. The qualifying event will include an unprecedented 20 of the top 50 players competing for six spots in the main draw. Former French Open champion Iva Majoli, Austrian Barbara Schett and Americans Lisa Raymond and Alexandra Stevenson are all expected to compete in the qualifying tournament.
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I want to see Venus win this tournament again .....

4 times in a row ( 1999,2000,2001,2002 )
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