I agree. She was very close in Bogota.
At the end of last year Aran picked a few good WTA-tournaments in Asia which was great for her ranking. With the right tournament, right form and maybe a bit of luck with the draw Chayenne can do that too. It s a great experience for her.
Still a dreadful season for Chayenne I hope she can pick it up. She just got demolished twice in Eredivisie. I know it's not a 'proper' match, but she won only one game against Neuza Silva (and only one in the doubles match with Meddens against Silva/Stanciute), and only three against Petkovic
Hi Serg - I saw Chayenne on Saturday and Sunday. Her arm is still a problem, so she's still not playing a full schedule. She played much better on Sunday against Beygelzimer; 4-6 7-5 3-6 loss, but the match was almost 3 hours long and her arms seemed to be OK, because she played doubles afterwards too. She did not play singles today, but I'm not sure if she will play doubles. I hope she will play on Thursday against Meppel because I will most likely go - but if she doesn't play, maybe she comes anyway because she was in Den Haag on Saturday and did not play. I could talk with her a bit - we sat together to watch Marlot's match. If her arm is still OK after Eredivisie, she plans to play 2x$25k's in Italy (Campobasso and the one after), so I hope it will be OK with her. BTW, she asked how you were going Serg.