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ACURA Classic Main Draw/T.V. Schedule

SEMIFINALS - Fox Sports Net, National Cable - Live *
Saturday, August 3rd 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. PST (Semi #1)
7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. PST (Semi #2)

FINALS -- ABC - Live *
Sunday, August 4th - 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. PST

Additionally, the tournament is part of the Sanex WTA Tour's international tennis package which will reach a potential international viewership of over 457 million homes. The tournament will be televised in Australia, Europe, China, Japan, the Middle East, Russia, South America and South Africa.

* Please check your local listings to confirm telecast times

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2002 Acura Classic Main Draw

2002 Acura Classic Main Draw

1- Venus Williams - bye
Adriana Serra Zanetti vs. Janette Husarova
Q- Greta Arn vs. Mary Pierce
15- Anne Kremer - bye

10- Magdalena Maleeva - bye
Tina Pisnik vs. Nathalie Dechy
Eleni Daniilidou vs. Emmanuelle Gagliardi
5- Kim Clijsters - bye

3- Lindsay Davenport - bye
Iroda Tulyaganova vs. Marie-Gaianeh Mikaelian
Q- Sarah Taylor vs. Amanda Coetzer
14- Chanda Rubin - bye

11- Daja Bedanova - bye
Katarina Srebotnik vs. WC- Allison Bradshaw
Lisa Raymond vs. Ai Sugiyama
7- Daniela Hantuchova - bye

8- Elena Dementieva - bye
Q- Wynne Prakusya vs. Paola Suarez
Amy Frazier vs. Marissa Irvin
12- Anna Smashnova - bye

16- Tatiana Panova - bye
Elena Likhovtseva vs. WC- Conchita Martinez
Alexandra Stevenson vs. Anna Kournikova
LL- Jennifer Hopkins - bye

6- Jelena Dokic - bye
Gala Leon Garcia vs. Alicia Molik
Tamarine Tanasugarn vs. Francesca Schiavone
9- Anastasia Myskina - bye

13- Meghann Shaughnessy - bye
Q- Cara Black vs. Meilen Tu
Rita Grande vs. WC- Ashley Harkleroad
2- Jennifer Capriati

Player World Ranking Country
Venus Williams 1 USA
Jennifer Capriati 3 USA
Monica Seles 4 USA (OUT)
Kim Clijsters 5 Belgium
Justine Henin 6 Belgium
Jelena Dokic 7 Yugoslavia
Lindsay Davenport 8 USA
Daniela Hantuchova 12 Slovakia
Elena Dementieva 14 Russia
Anastasia Myskina 15 Russia
Meghann Shaughnessy 16 USA
Anna Smashnova 17 Israel
Magdalena Maleeva 19 Bulgaria
Iroda Tulyaganova 20 Uzbekistan
Daja Bedanova 21 Czech Republic
Anne Kremer 22 Luxembourg
Tatiana Panova 23 Russia
Tamarine Tanasugarn 24 Thailand
Chanda Rubin 27 USA
Nathalie Dechy 28 France
Alexandra Stevenson 29 USA
Ai Sugiyama 30 Japan
Paola Suarez 32 Argentina
Lisa Raymond 35 USA
Nicole Pratt 36 Australia
Amanda Coetzer 37 South Africa
Eleni Daniilidou 38 Greece
Rita Grande 39 Italy
Janette Husarova 41 Slovakia
Tina Pisnik 42 Slovenia
Adriana Serra Zanetti 44 Italy
Francesca Schiavone 45 Italy
Katarina Srebotnik 46 Slovenia
Emmanuelle Gagliardi 47 Switzerland
Elena Likhovtseva 48 Russia
Marie-Gaianeh Mikaelian 49 Switzerland
Anna Kournikova 55 Russia
Rankings as of 6/24/02

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Past Champions

Past Champions

2001 Venus Williams (USA) def. Monica Seles (USA) 6-2 6-3
2000 Venus Williams (USA) def. Monica Seles (USA) 6-0 6-7(3) 6-3
1999 Martina Hingis (SUI) def. Venus Williams (USA) 6-4 6-0
1998 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Mary Pierce (FRA) 6-3 6-1
1997 Martina Hingis (SUI) def. Monica Seles (USA) 7-6(4) 6-4
1996 Kimiko Date (JPN) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP) 3-6 6-3 6-0
1995 Conchita Martinez (ESP) def. Lisa Raymond (USA) 6-2 6-0
1994 Steffi Graf (GER) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP) 6-2 6-1
1993 Steffi Graf (GER) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP) 6-4 4-6 6-1
1992 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Conchita Martinez (ESP) 6-3 6-2
1991 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Monica Seles (USA) 4-6 6-1 7-6
1990 Steffi Graf (GER) def. Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere (SUI) 6-3 6-2
1989 Steffi Graf (GER) def. Zina Garrison Jackson (USA) 6-4 7-5
1988 Stephanie Rehe (USA) def. Ann Wunderlich (USA) 6-1 6-1
1987 Raffaella Reggi-Concato (ITA) def. Anne Minter (AUS) 6-0 6-4
1986 Melissa Gurney (USA) def. Stephanie Rehe (USA) 6-2 6-4
1985 Annabel Croft (GBR) def. Wendy Turnbull (AUS) 6-0 7-6
1984 Debbie Spence (USA) def. Betsy Nagelsen (USA) 6-3 6-7 6-4
1982 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Kathy Rinaldi Stunkel (USA) 7-6 6-3
1979 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Martina Navratilova (USA) 6-4 6-2

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Acura Classic Main Draw

Main Draw

BYE vs. 15 KREMER Anne LUX

10 MALEEVA Magdalena BUL vs. BYE
PISNIK Tina SLO vs. DECHY Nathalie FRA

Q vs. COETZER Amanda RSA
BYE vs. 14 RUBIN Chanda USA


Q vs. SUAREZ Paola ARG

16 PANOVA Tatiana RUS vs. BYE
BYE vs. 4 SELES Monica USA

6 DOKIC Jelena YUG vs. BYE
BYE vs. 9 MYSKINA Anastasia RUS

Q vs. TU Meilen USA
BYE vs. 2 CAPRIATI Jennifer USA
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Venus Plays Wednesday p.m. July 31

Monday p.m., July 29 Mary Pierce vs. Qualifier

Tuesday a.m. July 30 Jennifer Capriati vs. winner of Grande / Harkleroad
Kim Clijsters vs. winner of Daniilidou / Gagliardi
Chanda Rubin vs. winner of Coetzer / Qualifier

Tuesday p.m., July 30 Anna Kournikova vs. Alexandra Stevenson

Wednesday a.m. July 31 Monica Seles vs. winner of Kournikova / Stevenson
Lindsay Davenport vs. winner of Tulyagonova / Mikaelian
Daniela Hantuchova vs. winner of Raymond / Sugiyama

Wednesday p.m. July 31 Venus Williams vs. winner of Serrazanetti / Husarova
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Women's Look Forward: San Diego

Women's Look Forward: San Diego
BOB Larson's Tennis News

With the talk this year about a new "Mini Slam" format, someone should take a look at San Diego. This event, as far as the women are concerned, is already a mini slam. Over the past half dozen years, it's averaged a stronger field than the Australian Open. There have been other Tier II events with Slam-like fields -- notably Sydney, Filderstadt, and the extinct tournament at Philadelphia. But none has currently equals San Diego in that department. And of those "Big Four" of Tier II tournaments, none save San Diego is a 48-draw. This is, after the U. S. Open and Miami and the year-end championships, unquestionably the best (not biggest, but best) event on American soil.

This strength shows in the roster of San Diego champions. For the last five years, every player to win San Diego has been #1 at some time in her career: Venus Williams won it in 2000 and 2001, Martina Hingis in 1997 and 1999, Lindsay Davenport in 1998. The last non-#1 to win here was Kimiko Date in 1996. Other sometime-#1 players with titles here include Steffi Graf (1989, 1990, 1993, 1994) and Jennifer Capriati (1991, 1992). Since the tournament did not achieve Tier II status until 1989, that means that 11 of the 13 past winners have been sometime #1 players. Only eight other tournaments (Australian Open, Miami, Hamburg, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Canadian Open, U. S. Open, and the year-end Championships) can claim such a strong set of titleists -- and all of those save Hamburg are bigger than San Diego.

This year's tournament won't be quite up to its usual standards -- Serena Williams isn't here, and Justine Henin and Martina Hingis are hurt. Amelie Mauresmo has gone back to skipping hardcourts. Still, that's six of the top ten, and all the hardcourters except Serena. And the players ranked #11-#25 are here in even greater force; Sandrine Testud is retired, and Silvia Farina Elia and Patty Schnyder and Iva Majoli are sticking with clay, but everyone else is here.

San Diego is also the first 48-draw event of the year (Los Angeles will also use this format). It is also the biggest Tier II in terms of prize money; only two events (San Diego and Bahia) are scheduled to offer the $650,000 or more to become a "super Tier II," and San Diego went above even that, to $750,000. That bonus means an extra 25 round points for the winner (220 instead of the usual 195). Even so, this tournament has probably the lowest points-to-difficulty ratio on the WTA; whoever wins this thing will really earn it.

(Be it noted that the author has never been to San Diego, and has no reason to have kind feelings about the city. That's just the way this tournament is.)

This week was also supposed to be home to a small clay event at Basel. But Basel isn't there any more. The timing was doubtless bad. Last year, Basel (won by Adriana Gersi) was the very last clay event of the season. This year, the Finnish tournament would have been the last event, but that apparently wasn't enough to save Basel. So all the clay-courters -- players like Silvia Farina Elia, Patty Schnyder, Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, and Iva Majoli -- get a week off before Helsinki and the mad rush to Montreal.

One drawback with the 48-draw format used at San Diego is that it results in byes for all 16 seeds -- meaning that there will be no Top 20 players in first round action. But in a field this strong, that hardly matters. Nearly every match in the draw has an interesting aspect. Let's march down the draw:

First Round:

Adriana Serra Zanetti vs. Husarova. Two players having the best years of their careers, though neither has gotten much attention for it.

Pisnik vs. Dechy. Pisnik is having her best year ever, and Dechy is getting back into Top 20 form.

Daniilidou vs. Gagliardi. On grass, Daniilidou made herself into a major force -- but her style doesn't work as well on hardcourts. Gagliardi is having a solid year on hardcourts. A tough match to call.

Tulyaganova vs. Mikaelian. Tulyaganova has been slumping lately. Mikaelian won her last hardcourt event, at Tashkent. Both are young, and should be improving. That's the theory.

Srebotnik vs. Bradshaw (WC). Bradshaw is old enough now that it seems unlikely she will ever be a major threat (unless she really, really works on her fitness, anyway), but Srebotnik doesn't like hardcourts much.

Raymond vs. Sugiyama. These two have already faced each other three times this year. Raymond won meetings #1 and #3; Sugiyama won #2. Whose turn is it this time?

Frazier vs. Irvin. Perhaps no player -- not even Lindsay Davenport -- owes more of her success to west coast hardcourts than Amy Frazier. But she's having an off year. Irvin has been pulling some surprising upsets this year. They're fairly close in the rankings. Advantage? Who knows.

Likhovtseva vs. Martinez. Two veterans who have seen better years, but both probably capable of more than they've shown this year.

Stevenson vs. Kournikova. Stevenson was on fire earlier this year, but she's come unglued lately. Kournikova is finally winning again. This could be very good.

Leon Garcia vs. Molik. Clay player and grass player meet on hardcourt. Both, unfortunately, are in bad form right now, so what would have been a great match last year may prove to be a stinker.

Tanasugarn vs. Schiavone. Schiavone had to pull out of Stanford, so she probably isn't in good form. But her potential is high.

Grande vs. Harkleroad (WC). Grande was very solid in 2001, and hasn't been able to repeat. The Grande of last year would eat Harkleroad for lunch. Will her letdown make enough of a difference?

Second Round

Pierce vs. (15) Kremer. Kremer is at a career high, and she knows how to deal with slow-moving bashers like Pierce. But Pierce, if she's on, is far the better player.

(10) Maleeva vs. Pisnik or Dechy. Maleeva isn't much of a hardcourt player. And she will face a younger opponent. Another match with upset potential.

Daniilidou or Gagliardi vs. (5) Clijsters. Clijsters has said that playing a lot, with her bad arm, can affect her practice. She had to play a lot at Stanford. Will it make a difference?

(3) Davenport vs. Tulyaganova or Mikaelian. Obviously a healthy Davenport would be heavily favored. But how will she play after her first full event back?

Coetzer vs. (14) Rubin. Rubin has been incredibly hot lately, winning at Eastbourne and clawing back into the Top 20. Coetzer has been stone cold. But neither has played on hardcourts yet. Who will make the transition better?

Raymond or Sugiyama vs. (7) Hantuchova. Hantuchova has the tools and the ranking. But she's inconsistent. Both her potential opponents are very steady. Hantuchova at her best blows away either Raymond or Sugiyama. But if Hantuchova is off in her first hardcourt match of the season, watch out.

(8) Dementieva vs. Suarez. Dementieva fades in and out. Suarez is lower-ranked and likes clay, but is steady.

Frazier or Irvin vs. (12) Smashnova. Smashnova is ranked higher, but both her opponents are much happier on hardcourts. And they have more power, too.

(16) Panova vs. Likhovtseva or Martinez. Another study in contrasts. Panova has no weapons, but she gets balls back. Will that be enough to handle a slumping opponent?

Stevenson or Kournikova vs. (4) Seles. If Seles is on, this will be a blowout. But Seles ran into a significant snag at Stanford....

Tanasugarn or Schiavone vs. (9) Myskina. Myskina had a great clay-and-grass season, but this is her first hardcourt event. How will she adapt? And -- given her extremely heavy schedule -- how will her body hold up on hardcourts?

(13) Shaughnessy vs. Tu. Given Shaughnessy's recent troubles, this could be close.

Grande vs. Capriati. Another likely blowout. But Grande played Capriati very close at the Australian Open, and Capriati hasn't won a title since, and what sort of mood is Capriati in, anyway?

In the Round of Sixteen, we would see:

(1) V. Williams vs. (15) Kremer
(10) Maleeva vs. (5) Clijsters
(3) Davenport vs. (14) Rubin
(11) Bedanova vs. (7) Hantuchova
(8) Dementieva vs. (12) Smashnova
(16) Panova vs. (4) Seles
(6) Dokic vs. (9) Myskina
(13) Shaughnessy vs. (2) Capriati

On the whole, it looks rather top-heavy (though that depends a lot on the health of Davenport and Clijsters). In addition to the seeds, Pierce is in the top half.

The Rankings. The loss of points from Basel is going to hit last year's winner Adriana Gersi hard, as well as finalist Marie-Gaianeh Mikaelian and semifinalists Cristina Torrens Valero and Anna Smashnova. But the big news is San Diego, with its new and improved point total. Venus Williams is the defending champion, which means she not only can't overtake her sister, but she's going to have to work hard to defend points. Still, her #2 ranking is completely secure.

Jennifer Capriati's #3 ranking is barely threatened by #4 Monica Seles, but Seles was last year's finalist and Capriati lost (to Seles) in the quarterfinal. Seles would have to win the thing and Capriati lose early for the ranking to change hands. Seles is, however, entirely safe at #4.

The gap between #5 and #8 is currently pretty small, but Justine Henin and Martina Hingis aren't playing. That makes it a contest between Kim Clijsters and Jelena Dokic for the #5 spot. Clijsters has nothing to defend, and Dokic, while she won a match, didn't earn enough points to affect her Best 17; it all depends on who can go deep.

Hingis is going to lose semifinalist points, but with Davenport also losing semifinalist points, it appears Davenport can pass Hingis only by winning San Diego, and maybe not then.

Amelie Mauresmo is safe at #10 unless Daniela Hantuchova wins the event. Hantuchova could, however, move up to a career high of #11 with relative ease; she's only about 150 points behind Sandrine Testud, and Testud is retired and has more to defend than Hantuchova. A semifinal should do it.

Ai Sugiyama, who beat Clijsters last year, will have to at least repeat her quarterfinal showing if she wants to stay in the Top 30.
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Day One: Review

Day One: Review
By Jerry Magee

Greta Arn
German player works her way through weekend qualifying and advances to second round with three-set win over Mary Pierce.

Mary Pierce
The slump continues . . . Pierce is on her way to the eye doctor today for an exam. She had trouble seeing the ball at night against Arn.
Monica Seles
Runner-up the past two years to Venus Williams withdraws, citing an arch injury suffered in practice.

Corina Morariu and partner Kimberly Po came achingly close to achieving a first-round doubles victory.
"But that's life," said Morariu. "I should know better than anyone."

For Morariu, 24, her match represented her first appearance in a Sanex WTA Tour tournament since she was diagnosed with acute promeyloctic leukemia in May 2001. Morariu served for the match at 5-4 in the third set but was broken and the team of Chanda Rubin-Meghann Shaughnessy won 6-2, 3-6, 7-5.

The match concluding, Morariu was afforded a standing ovation that she later said she was unaware she had received.

"Things like that mean the world to me," she said. "It's been really special. Probably the nicest thing was walking out there and hearing people in the crowd say things like, 'You're an inspiration.' "

Most stirring moment: Morariu's appearance.
A despised opponent: Cancer.
Demure for a day: Ashley Harkleroad's costume.
Count the "i's" in Eleni Daniilidou: Only "Mississippi" has more than that last name.
A player with a future: Daniilidou can be a dandy.
Daniilidou's a Greek: And she doesn't want a new stadium.
Yo! Monica! San Diego County misses you.
Kournikova vs. Stevenson: Alexandra's the home team.
Oh, the suspense: Will Navratilova be a "lucky loser"?
World Team chaos: Harkleroad's thoughts on Team Tennis: "There really are no rules. There are no lets, you have 5-game sets and the music never stops."

"The girls are getting bigger, but I think there still is room for any size player."
– Amanda Coetzer, who is 5-foot-21/2.
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Hi QueenO,

I sure wish there was more tv coverage of this, but I guess we have to take what they give us.

Thanks for all your info and input here, keep it coming!

Best Wishes to our Venus! Defend your title, Champ!!!
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(Acura Classic - San Diego) Venus Williams visits with 'Juanita', the tournament mascot before doing a live TV interview Tuesday
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Day 2 Review

Day 2 Review
By Jerry Magee


Jennifer Capriati
In the first set against Ashley Harkleroad, she was more than hot. She was steaming. "I had almost the perfect first set," Capriati judged. "She played better (in the second set), but I think I regrouped pretty well." Capriati won 6-0, 6-3.

Ai Sugiyama
Playing at La Costa must appeal to the Japanese player. In her eight previous appearances there, she had achieved victories over such redoubtables as Amanda Coetzer, Capriati, Steffi Graf, Mary Pierce and Kim Clijsters. To this sequence Sugiyama yesterday added a 7-5, 6-0 victory over another strong player, Lisa Raymond.

Chanda Rubin
She's surging. She dealt the veteran Coetzer a 6-1, 6-1 defeat.

Ashley Harkleroad
"Hot" in this sense is meant in the hip sense of the word. Had the 17-year-old from Miami outfitted herself as she did during the U.S. Open – uh, revealingly – she could have been considered "hot." She chose a conservative costume. She also wasn't hot in a competitive sense in her loss to Capriati. "I was trying to overpower her," said Harkleroad. Not a good idea. "She is going to overpower me right now," decided Harkleroad, who has been a pro since she was 15.

Amanda Coetzer
At 30 the senior player in the Acura Classic field, Coetzer had to be feeling her years yesterday in her loss to Rubin.

Anschutz Entertainment Group
Might it have contacted operators of the Acura Classic concerning moving this event to a tennis complex AEG is creating in Carson? Jane Stratton, president of Promotion Sports Inc., said the firm has received no overtures from AEG. And if it would be contacted? "We're happy right here," said Stratton.

The suggestion was made to Venus Williams yesterday that if she and younger sister Serena would choose to hang around that long, the Williams sisters might be able to command women's tennis for 25 years.

"Twenty-five years!" said Venus. "I'd be 47. People probably would be asking me to retire. 'Venus, go away.' "

Venus would put no ceiling on how long she intends to remain in tennis, but she indicated her departure from the game is in no way imminent.

"As long as we're working hard," she said of herself and her sister, "I feel we can be the best players for a long time."

Venus this weekend can become the first player to capture the Acura Classic three consecutive years. She is coming into her first match tonight full of fight.

"Normally, I don't go down easily," said Venus. "At least I'm going down with a fight when I do go down. I know that mentally I'm always there, and even when I'm not playing well I can just fight my way through a match."

In the tournament's court is John McEnroe, arms lifted questioningly, shrugging. It's not the real McEnroe, it's a life-size cutout, positioned there as part of an airline promotion.

Corina Morariu was presented a first Acura Comeback Award, with Capriati selected to make the presentation. "I didn't have an illness," Capriati said later, "but I know what it is like to come back from something."

At the tournament site: Brian Teacher, 47, the former San Diegan who captured the French Open in 1980. Teacher, who resides in Santa Monica, is coaching Marissa Irvin, a Southern California player who began well against Anna Smashnova of Israel. Smashnova, however, rallied for a 5-7, 6-1, 6-1 victory.
Teacher was struck by the musculature of Francesca Schiavone of Italy. "A rock," he termed her. Her tennis was less substantial. After taking the first set from Anastasia Myskina, Schiavone had the Russian woman hit back for a 5-7, 6-1, 6-1 victory.

"She has a good game. She's a good athlete who can move the ball around the court. I didn't really have any trouble with her pace." – Capriati on Harkleroad

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Venus Williams receives the "Charriol Loyalty Award" from Ori Zemer Wednesday night in recognition of a player who has given extra support to the event. Past winners include Graf and Seles.

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Stadium Court - 10:00 a.m.
Magdalena Maleeva vs Kim Clijsters

Meghann Shaughnessy vs Jennifer Capriati

Conchita Martinez vs Anna Kournikova

Venus Williams vs Anne Kremer

Court 9 - 10:00 a.m.
Katarina Srebotnik vs Ai Sugiyama

Court and time to be arranged
Coetzer/McNeil vs Black/Likhovtseva

Panova/Vento-Kabchi vs Dementieva/Husarova

Stadium Court - 7:00 p.m.
Lindsay Davenport vs Chanda Rubin

Raymond/Stubbs vs Suarez/Tulyaganova
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