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1996 - 2001 age group - 1997's Generation Cheering- Future is coming

I thought it would be interesting to have a topic to track the progress of this generation. The goal is to follow the carreer of this bunch of players and their evolution.

There will be :

- A weekly return on the results of the week and the new ranking

- A Poll after Big Event to know who are the 3 favorite players of the top 10 ?

-A monthly ITF results

Presentation of the 5 players in the top 50 at the Year-End Rankings

1- KASATKINA, DARIA RUSSIA 07 MAY 1997




Her footwork,movement and fitness are incredible so she has the best defensive skills and she is the best returner .By adding her IQ tennis and the variety(pace/High/Topsin/slice) of her shots,she's the player who can offer the most consistency at a high level.Her topspin forehand could become a big weapon and I love her backhand when she stops thinking and go for it.She can find angle or go DTL and it seems effortless.Everything looks so easy with her.As a Nadal fan she also had a remarkable on court behavior especially after a lost.

Season start :

Already 3 players of the Top 10 met including a victory against the world No. 1 Kerber and a MP against Muguruza.However it can not make to forget her 2nd defeat in the first round of a GS in a row .She looks stronger physically, need to improve her serve and changing her mindset on Key points.

Best results:


-3R in the 4 GS

- QF Olympics Rio 2016/ Montréal 2016/ Indian Wells 2016

Win against 2016 YE top 10 players :

-Karolina Pliskova -Dominika Cibulkova -Kerber Angelique

2-BENCIC, BELINDA SWITZERLAND 10 MAR 1997



What impresses me most about her is her timing. She has an ability to take the ball so early with a perfect timing What allows her to change direction without any difficulty.To continue with the comparisons with the men she reminds me of Djokovic in this ability to suffocate the Opponent by taking time and also this ability to turn to defense into attack.She also has a big quality for reading the game which allows her to anticipate and to be more quickly on the ball.She's so smart.For the behavior, I love the passion she brings on court,for the better and for the worst .

Season start:

Difficult to assess since she only participated at the Hopman cup and played Serena.She first needs to recover physically. She showed good things in the rallies with her groundstrokes but she must work her serve too.

She is in danger for her place in the TOP 100 since she has to defend her points of the final at St Petersburg.

Best results:

GS: - 1/8 OA 2016 -1/8 WI 2015 - QF USO 2014

- 2015 Rogers Cup, Winner -2015 Aegon International, Winner

Record against 2016 top 10 players:

Kerber 4- 0 Serena 1 – 2 Radwańska 1–1 Halep 1–1 Cibulkova 0-1

Pliskova 0-0 Muguruza 1–0 Keys 1–1 Kuznetsova 1–1 Konta 2-2


3-OSTAPENKO, JELENA LATVIA 08 JUN 1997




She represents the classic WTA with clean flat groundstrokes. I can't say i love it but When that stays in that cause damages against anyone.With her game and her size(good movements and footwork on grass), she is a candidate for Wimbledon.She is probably the player to be taken as an example in this group for self-confidence essential at the top.

But we are not going to fool ourselves, for the moment she plays especially the role of the vilain of this generation and she does it well.Her OCC against Kasatkina,Radwanska or Pliskova,the Broady bitch fight,the handshake with Puts,this is why we love her.She's the drama guarantee.

Star of season:

A semi-final in Auckland and a 3rd Round at the Australian Open is the first time she has won 2 consecutive matches in 2 consecutive tournaments.She especially showed a composure that was not expected at all .

Best results:

-AO 2017 3R

-Doha 2016 Runner up -SF Auckland 2017

Win against 2016 YE top 20 players

-Kvitova (2) -Kuznetsova -Suarez Navarro -Wozniacki


4- KONJUH, ANA CROATIA 27 DEC 1997




It is simple. When I watch her playing, I have a voice-over which comments it and screams in regular time the words TENNIS and TALENT.If tennis was only about shot-making, we could start an another TF's GOAT debate.She has all the tools in her box. Her forehand is technically debatable, it reminds me Gulbis, but it allows her to finds angles.Her backhand and drop shots are candies for my eyes, she's so talented. But despite the fact that she has no problem to remain her composure,she seems to have big problem to stay focus.I think this a problem you can find with talented people, It is so easy for them that to be in the difficulty and staying focus is not in their software.The word which comes to me to speak about her movements,her footwork and her mindset it's LAZY.
If we talk about her on court behavior,she's Bencic opposite,she seems so introvert.She looks like a robot on court.The only touch who reminds you that she is human it is this "sarcastic smile" which she carries constantly.

Season start:

A final in Auckland, a 2nd round at the AO, the result could have been good if she had not lost against Davis and Gavrilova with an UE shitfest.Her forehand technique is always a problem when she has to defend but her problem remains to stay focus.

Best results:

GS: -3R WI 2014 - QF USO 2016

- Aegon Nottingham Open 2015,Winner
- Auckland 2017 Runner Up

Win against 2016 YE top 20 players :

- Radwańska - Strycova

5- OSAKA, NAOMI JAPAN 16 OCT 1997




The nickname Baby Serena says it all. She has an ability to generate an amazing effortless power,serve, backhand or forehand you've got the choice.

Since the first time I saw her, there was a considerable improvement On the point's construction and on the shot selection.Forehand or backhand she can go with less ,more spin or go flatter,she can mix the high ,I love her full power cross court forehand,but she can moonballing too.

Another area where she progressed a lot,it's her movements and her footwork that added to more spin allowed her to decrease a lot her UE.
But at the moment she has as Ostapenko or Konjuh, a big ability to collapse and falling into a UE shitfest.She tries to remain her composure but she's still too emotional.

Season start :

She Began with a problem with her wrist.

Good first match in Auckland before retiring.Her 1st match at the OA wasn't good but she won.The 2nd match against a Konta zoning was good. She showed composure,focus and fought until the last point,really encouraging.

Her 2nd serve could be better and she can still improves her defensive skills.

Best Results:

GS: -3R OA/USO/FO 2016

-Toray Pan Pacific Open, Tokyo, Japan 2016 ,Runner up

- WTA Rising Stars Invitational 2015,Winner

Win against 2016 YE top 20 players : -Cibulkova -Svitolina (2)



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Re: 1996-2001 girls - 1997's Generation Cheering-Future is coming

TOP 10

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1(7) Jeļena Ostapenko 20 LAT1 4510
2(23) Ashleigh Barty 21 AUS2 2031
3(29)Daria Kasatkina 20 RUS4 1745
4(41)Ana Konjuh 19 CRO2 1275
5(44)Catherine Bellis 18 USA6 1225
6(46) Donna Vekić 21 CRO3 1155
7(51)Kateřina Siniaková 21 CZE5 1100
8(58)Beatriz Haddad Maia 21 BRA1 990
9(63)Markéta Vondroušová 18 CZE7 936
10(64) Naomi Osaka 19 JPN1 930

Classement WTA Live U22
1996-2001 age group TOP 10 VS TOP 10

H2H 2017 : 22 - 35

5 last results:

Hong-Kong 2017 Win Osaka -V. Williams 7-5 6-2
Beijing 2017 Lost Ostapenko - Halep 2-6 4-6
Beijing 2017 Lost Kasatkina - Halep 2-6 1-6
Beijing 2017 Lost Barty - Svitolina 4-6 2-6
Wuhan 2017 Win Barty - Ostapenko 6-3 6-0


Out of Top 10 perf :




1996 - 2001 age group Top 10 Wins:

Generation Nxt. & Their Top 10 Wins 96/00 age group

2017 Titles

Roland-Garros aka French Open,Grand Slam : OSTAPENKO

Charleston, Premier Event : Kasatkina

Shenzhen, International : Siniakova

Malaysian Open, International : Barty

Ladies open Biel, International: Vondroušová

Nottingham,International: Vekić

Bastad, International : Siniaková

Seoul,International : Ostapenko

2017 ITF title 25K or more

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Marketa VONDROUSOVA: 100k Trnava ,80k Prague,25k Grenoble
Beatriz HADDAD MAIA : 100K Cagnes-Sur-Mer ,25k Clare
Jasmine PAOLINI : 100K Marseille , 25K Woking
Belinda BENCIC : 100K St Petersburg
Sofya ZHUK: 60K Bursa ,25K Naples
Amanda Anisimova: 60K Sacramento
Dayana YASTREMSKA : 60K Dunakeszi
Sofia KENIN: 60K Stockton
Anhelina KALININA: 25k Daytona Beach; 25k Wesley Chapel;25K Darmstadt
Claire LIU: 25K Naples, 25K Caserta
Destanee AIAVA : 25k Perth;25k Mornington
Bianca ANDREESCU : 25K Rancho Santa Fe,25k Santa Margherita Di Pula
Caroline DOLEHIDE : 25k Surprise,25K Winnipeg
Vera LAPKO : 25K Landisville ,25K Clermont-Ferrand
Viktoria KUZMOVA :25k Mildura,25K Imola
Magdalena FRECH : 25K Leipzig ,25KBraunschweig
Xinyu GAO : 25K Yuxi ,25K Qujing
Deborah CHIESA : 25K Torino, 25K Santa Margherita Di Pula
Georgia BRESCIA: 25k Santa Margherita Di Pula,25K Lenzerheide
Marta KOSTYUK:25K Dunakeszi
Anastasia POTAPOVA : 25K Curitiba
Ashley LAHEY:25K Sumter, SC
Katarina ZAVATSKA : 25k Santa Margherita Di Pula
Gabriella TAYLOR: 25K Changwon
Ayano SHIMIZU: 25k Karuizawa
Tamara ZIDANSEK : 25k Santa Margherita Di Pula
Kimberly BIRRELL : 25K Brisbane
Marie BOUZKOVA : 25k Perth
Jaqueline Adina CRISTIAN : 25K Mamaia
Jil TEICHMANN: 25k Chiasso
Paula BADOSA GIBERT:25k El Espinar
Elena Gabriela RUSE : 25k Bad Saulgau
Katerina STEWART : 25K Fort Worth
Katharina HOBGARSKI :25K Aschaffenburg
Dejana RADANOVIC: 25K khimki
Julia GRABHER : 25K Rome
Isabelle WALLACE: 25K Koksijde
Melanie STOKKE : 25K Bagnatica

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Week's review:


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Jelena Ostapenko



By Playing the 3rd round for the first time of her career in GS, Jelena won as many matches as in her first 6 GS.



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You didn't read my first week's review, shame on you!

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News of the Week:

If she's recovered, she will start her season at Taiwan open next week.
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Week's review:

Star of the Week:

Anhelina Kalinina Ranking 743




The Ukrainian starts the year with a 17-1 run including a victory at Dayton Beach $ 25000, she also won the double, and a final tomorrow at the $ 25,000 Wesley Chapel where she will meet an other Ukrainian Elizaveta Ianchuk, This run allows her to enter in the TOP 400.

Blink of the Week:

Marta Kostyuk, 28 Jun 2002




The 14-year-old Ukrainian continues to win after her Eddie Herr-Orange Cup Bowl-Petit As Slam in U14, she won the Australian Open Girls by beating the 17-year-old Rebeka Masarova, ranked 307. 7/5 1/6 6/4.



News of the Week:


For her 1st tournament of the season, Queen Potapova won her 1st point by reaching the R16 at the $ 25,000 Wesley Chapel .She qualified for the Main Draw by defeating on her run the 1st seeded, ranked 347, Cristian Jaqueline Adina.

Next Week:

Saint Petersburg:

Konjuh - Niculescu
Kalinskaya (WC) - Gavrilova

Shvedova - Vikhlyantseva (WC)
Ostapenko - Qualifier

Bencic -Kasatkina (8)

2nd Round Qualifying:
Petkovic (1) - Haas
Kamenskaya - Vekic (7)

Komardina - Sharipova

Taiwan :
Siniakova (5) - Voskoboeva

TOP 10

1 (27) Daria Kasatkina 19.6 RUS4 1580
2 (33) Jelena Ostapenko 19.6 LAT2 1425
3 (39) Ana Konjuh 19 CRO1 1351
4 (40)Katerina Siniakova 20.6 CZE4 1343
5 (56) Naomi Osaka 19.2 JPN2 1068
6 (65) Louisa Chirico 20.6 USA10 916
7 (66)Oceane Dodin 20.2 FRA5 913
8 (71)Catherine Bellis 17.7 USA11 837
9 (80)Belinda Bencic 19.8 SUI3 771
10(88) Donna Vekic 20.5 CRO3 726

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-Prpic is not anymore Konjuh's coach:

https://www.anakonjuh.net/index.php/...rking-together

- They enjoyed the Fed - Nadal too.

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Awesome thread! Keep it going!

Good luck in 2017 to:
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Angelique Kerber
Timea Bacsinszky
Nicole Gibbs
Miharu Imanishi
Jelena Ostapenko
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Week's review:


It was the week of the worst with players bringing on court their bad day version,allowing second-line players to be brought to light.

Star of the week:

Natalia Vikhlyantseva, Ranking 115



Her first SF in a Premier Event by beating 2 Top 50 players allow her to break the Top100, ranked 89 actually and virtually reach the Top 10 of this generation,she will take Bencic's place next week. She is in a good dynamic since her ITF victory in St Petersburg in the ITF $ 100,000 with a record of 21-5 and some top 100 players,especially fellow youngsters(Kasatkina, Shevdova, Dodin, Vekic).

Her coordination and dynamic balance is still a work in progress ,she struggles to move toward a ball ,play low ball especially when she has to move inside the court and many time she's to close when she hits the ball in this aera of her game nothing seems natural . But she has a very good effortless " stroke technique " who allows her to hit winners despite this footwork problem .

Up of the week:

Donna Vekic ,Ranking 88



The LL/WC Queen can play and win matches too.Nothing big but just the fact that she can win matches should be noticed.

Down of the Week:

Daria Kasatkina /Belinda Bencic



The two players defended a lot of points since their last year semifinal won by Bencic. Bencic had 305 points to defend and Kasatkina 185 points.Unfortunately, they played each other in the first round with a 2 sets win of Kasatkina.

This defeat makes Belinda virtually leave the Top 100, after the withdrawal of these points she will be ranked around the 130th place.The points are not very important in her case, the most important is to regain a physical condition to play at her best level, the one we saw in the first round of Wimbledon against Pironkova.

Kasatkina didn't do much better, after this convincing match she completely fell back into her losing streak against Vikhly in the next round with an awful performance.This defeat should get her out of the 32 next week but mostly her last matches worried about her level during the matches with any kind of pressure, which is her big problem since she's seeded, one month before Indian Wells where she has a Premier Mandatory QF to defend (215 points).For the moment she don't know how to play at her best under pressure.

Number of the Week

5 (Siniakova,Ostapenko,Konjuh,Fett,Vikhlyantseva)

Vikhlyantseva is the 5th youngster of the year to play a semi final on the WTA Tour.

News of the Week

Cici Bellis will write her blog on USTA.com this year,the first note :

https://www.usta.com/About-USTA/Play...390+sf53957390

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I will be blogging next week from Doha, where I'll finally be starting my year. Can't wait.
Next Week

We will have a Fed Cup week with a lot of youngsters involved:
WORLD GROUP 1

CZECH REPUBLIC v SPAIN Venue: Ostravar Arena, Ostrava, CZE (hard - indoor)

Czech Republic: Katerina Siniakova - Spain: Sara Sorribes Tormo

BELARUS v NETHERLANDS Venue: Chizhovka-Arena, Minsk, BLR (hard - indoor)

Belarus:Aryna Sabalenka/Vera Lapko

SWITZERLAND v FRANCE Venue: Palexpo, Geneva, SUI (hard - indoor)

Switzerland: Belinda Bencic , Océane Dodin declined .

WORLD GROUP 2

RUSSIA v CHINESE TAIPEI Venue: Druzhba Sport Complex, Moscow, RUS (hard - indoor)

Russia: Natalia Vikhlyantseva ,Anna Blinkova,Anna Kalinskaya

UKRAINE v AUSTRALIA Venue: Palace of Sports 'Lokomotiv', Kharkiv, UKR (hard - indoor)

Australia : Ashleigh Barty

ITALY v SLOVAKIA Venue: PalaGalassi, Forlì, ITA (clay - indoor)

Italy :Jasmine Paolini - Slovakia: Rebecca Sramkova

Ties take place on 11-12 February:

http://www.tennisforum.com/12-genera...svitolina.html

The others Top 10 players Involved:

Zone group I Event :

Europe/Africa Zone Group I,Venue: Tallink tennis center,Tallin/Estonia, 8-11 February (hard - indoor)

Croatia : Ana Konjuh/Donna Vekic
Latvia : Jelena Ostapenko

For the other players and more informations: Fed Cup ? The World Cup of Tennis

Asia/Oceania Group I, Venue National Tennis Center,Astana/Kazhakstan, 8-11 February (hard - indoor)

Japan: Naomi Osaka
Fed Cup ? The World Cup of Tennis

Americas Group I,Venue :Club Deportivo la Asuncion ,Metepec/Mexico, 6 -11 February (hard - outdoor) : Fed Cup ? The World Cup of Tennis

TOP 10
1 (27) Daria Kasatkina 19.7 RUS4 1580
2 (34) Jelena Ostapenko19.6 LAT2 1425
3 (36) Ana Konjuh 19 CRO2 1386
4 (40)Katerina Siniakova 20.6 CZE4 1348
5 (56) Naomi Osaka 19.3 JPN2 1068
6(66)Oceane Dodin 20.2 FRA5 913
7 (68) Louisa Chirico 20.7 USA10 905
8 (73)Catherine Bellis 17.8 USA11 824
9(79) Donna Vekic 20.5 CRO3 726
10 (82)Belinda Bencic 19.9 SUI3 771
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1996-2001 age group TOP 10 VS TOP 10

H2H 2017 : 3 - 6
this week: 0-1
St. Petersburg 2017 Lost Simona Halep - Ana Konjuh 6-4 7-6

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Week's review:

Star of the week:

Naomi Osaka aka TF's Youngster Favorite



With 1 voter on 2 who put her in their top 3, she is the clear winner of the first TF poll.Behind her a group of 4 players:
Kasatkina / Siniakova / Konjuh / Bencic with 1 in 3 voters who chose them.

Among the 10 best ranked players born between 1996 and 2001,who are your 3 favorite?

On the court despite 4 singles victories for her first nomination, Japan will not play the Fed Cup World Group II play-offs . They lost the group I play-off match against Kazakhstan 2-1 .

Up of the week aka my Star of the week

Rebecca SRAMKOVA,single ranking 119



Sramkova beat Errani ,Schiavone and as usual a disrespectful Italian crowd to get the ticket for Slovakia in the World Group I play-offs.


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Ana has a new coach, it's Zeljko Krajan:

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The cooperation between Ana and Krajan will start on the american tour, more precisely, on the big tournament in Indian Wells.

- After the performance in Talinn for the Croatian Fed Cup national team, Ana will spend a day or two in Zagreb, then she will play at the tournament in Dubai, and when she gets back to Zagreb she will have first trainings with new coach.

Ana will participate in three tournaments in the United States. After Indian Wells she travels to Miami and then to Charleston.

https://www.anakonjuh.net/index.php/...na-s-new-coach
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Week's review:

Star of the week:

Daria Kasatkina


The Russian reached the QF at Doha by beating for the 2nd time Angelique Kerber this season .


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Up of the Week:

Aryna Sabalenka,single ranking 143



By beating L. Kichenok 7-5 6-0 and Naydenova 6-2 6-2 in qualifying at Dubai,Aryna got her ticket for her first Main Draw on the WTA tour .

Down of the Week:

Natalia Vikhlyantseva,single ranking 87



The St Petersburg SF, who just turned 20 years old this week,lost 6-3 6-0 against Zhang, Kai-Lin in the 2nd qualifying round at Dubai.

Perf of the Week:

Markéta Vondroušová, single ranking 315



By reaching the final of the 25k at Perth, the 17-year-old Czech won her 20th matches in a row after she won the 15k Stuttgart-Stammheim where she won the double too and the 25k at Grenoble.She is undefeated this season despite she hadn't played since May due to an elbow injury.She should break the TOP 300.

She will play her fellow young Czech who also makes a good start of season, Marie Bouzkova in the final.

TOP 10

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1 (32) Daria Kasatkina 19.7 RUS4 1495
2 (34) Jelena Ostapenko 19.6 LAT1 1425
3 (36) Ana Konjuh 19.1 CRO2 1386
4 (40)Katerina Siniakova 20.7 CZE4 1348
5 (54) Naomi Osaka 19.3 JPN2 1068
6 (63)Oceane Dodin 20.3 FRA5 913
7(65) Louisa Chirico 20.7 USA10 905
8 (70)Catherine Bellis 17.8 USA11 832
9 (84) Donna Vekic 20.6 CRO3 751
10(85)Natalia Vikhlyantseva 19.9 RUS7 748
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H2H 2017 : 5 - 7

this week:

Doha 2017 Win Daria Kasatkina - Angelique Kerber 6-4 0-6 6-4

Next Week:

Dubai 2017

Konjuh- Zhang
Ostapenko -Wang

Osaka - Chang
Sabalenka -Bondarenko

Kasatkina - Wozniacki
Siniakova - Mladenovic

Bellis - Putintseva

Hungarian ladies open 2017

MD:
(1)Babos - Soylu (WC)
(7) Dodin- Galfi (WC)
Alexandrova -Vekic
Stollar (WC)-Kovinic
Sorrbes Tormo - Hsieh
Q:
Bogdan -Blinkova
Stojanovic -Fett
Jorovic- Kulichkova

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Yeah like the Vika generation was going to do damage. These '97 junior juniors are even more useless than the ones of Vika's generation. There's no real talent up and rising... it's just all temporary players that might win a big title, but probably won't, or will never be able to win a second because pressure gets to them and they collapse faster than a house of cards.
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