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post #121 of 201 (permalink) Old Jul 26th, 2004, 08:35 AM
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omg this thread hasn't been updated for weeks! Silvia lost to Amelie at the Big W.

Anyways lots has happened. Silvia got clobbered by Amelie in Fed Cup. She recovered to beat Emilie and save some honor for the Italian team.

Was upset last week in LA in the first round and again this week in San Diego.

Please find your form soon Silvia. Too many important tournaments coming up and I want to see you play well here in New York.
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post #122 of 201 (permalink) Old Jul 26th, 2004, 01:41 PM
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Yes, I hope she gets back her form very soon and then them all !!!




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post #123 of 201 (permalink) Old Jul 28th, 2004, 12:51 AM
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I hope that I will have the opportunity to see Silvia later in stockholm.
I really hope that she can win some matches and reach the semis
because I'm going on them.

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post #124 of 201 (permalink) Old Jul 30th, 2004, 06:18 AM
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I hope that I will have the opportunity to see Silvia later in stockholm.
I really hope that she can win some matches and reach the semis
because I'm going on them.

I wish you a very good time in Stockholm. I wish I could be there too. I saw Silvia playing in Strasbourg this year and she is really great.
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post #125 of 201 (permalink) Old Aug 4th, 2004, 04:33 AM
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Silvia scraped by her first round match in three sets against Russian qualifier Anna Chakvetadze 7-6(3),3-6,6-3. Phew!

Pick it up Sil!
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Much more impressive win against Julia Scruff 6-3,6-2.

Keep going Silvia!!!
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post #127 of 201 (permalink) Old Aug 5th, 2004, 10:36 PM
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Pistolesi is out of this tournament, Silvia is now "officially" the favourite....I am not too optimistic, considering the way she has been playing...but tomorrow there is a very possible QF against Beltrame, so let's start from there

Mexico is my house, Italy is my heart....
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Forza Silvia!!!
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come on Silvia
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post #130 of 201 (permalink) Old Aug 6th, 2004, 06:17 PM
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Silvia won 7-6 6-3 it's overall a good result, considering her form and the way Beltrame has been palying.

A semifinal is already a good achievement, will help Silvia afer the last disastrous weeks. Now a match against Molik, by far the 2 strongest players are meeting in SF....what a pity (Perebinys vs Kleinove the other side). I think Silvia will go down, Alicia has been impressive this week, but I will keep my fingers crossed, if Silvia wins, than maybe she can lift her trophy nr 4 here in Sweden

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Gabriel, I agree Alicia will be tough considering her present form but I trust Silvia has renewed confidence with three wins here and will battle.

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Finally some form.

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Silvia lost, as expected..... and she withdrew from Sopot, maybe she wants to rest before the Olympics, but Sopot was another great opportunity for some easy points, the draw is so weak !!! I hope she will be back in the US with renewed energy and I hope I will see her at US Open (hopes f going are vinishing though.... too much work!)

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Hey guys!
I was actually in stockholm today and watched both semifinals. Silvia looked fine and I'm so impressed by her legmuscles, HUGE!!!...Well to the fact about how Silvia played today. She started of really well, both players had big problems in the beginning to hold their serve. Both had a couple of breakpoints and molik made the first break but silvia imideately broke back again. Nice variation from both players, with some great winners, slice, volley. Silvia moved really great but she had some difficulties to return Molik's big serves. That was what made the difference in this match. It seamed like everytime silvia had a breakpointopportunity(she had alot in the first set) Alicia came up with a huge serve or an ace. I was impressed by her serve today. Not much to say about the second set. Alicia raised her level a few step and started playing more agressive and Silvia had problems with the speed. She made everything she could, except she could have controlled her concentration a little bit better. She got frustrated in the second set. I say like this, she would probably have won quite easy against both the other semifinalists. She was inlucky. I really crossed my fingers for Silvia because I really wanted her to win. So now you guys nows a little bit better what happend out there.

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Silvia drew Sandrine first round
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