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Women's Wheelchair : incredible score !

Jan Proctor d. Florence Gravelier 6/0 6/0

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Florence Gravellier (FRA)
Total points won : 8 (1st set : 0, 2nd set : 8)

Poor Florence...

Have you ever heard of a player losing all the points in a set ?
And do you remember a match in which a player won very few points ?

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When we were younger, if I lost to her I wouldn't talk to her for a couple of days, but now I play against Russian players almost every week, so I'm kind of used to it. (Elena on Myskina)
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Jan Proctor d. Florence Gravelier 6/0 6/0

Match Statistics

Florence Gravellier (FRA)
Total points won : 8 (1st set : 0, 2nd set : 8)

Poor Florence...

Have you ever heard of a player losing all the points in a set ?
And do you remember a match in which a player won very few points ?


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Justine def Jelena Zurich 2003

Jelena won 3 or 4 pts in the first set

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Match Summary
Chokyu Dorsett
1st Serve % 85% 85%
Aces 0 0
Double Faults 0 2
Winning % - 1st Serve Pts. 21 of 22 = 95% 1 of 22 = 5%
Winning % - 2nd Serve Pts. 3 of 4 = 75% 1 of 4 = 25%
Break Point Conversions 6 of 7 = 86 % 0 of 0 = 0 %
Total Points Won 48 4

Worse here!!
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Golden set !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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She would probably still beat me.
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Some of today's matches

Men's Wheelchair Singles: Quarterfinal
2. David Hall (AUS) [2] def. John Becker (USA)
6-1 6-0
Women's Wheelchair Singles: Quarterfinal
3. Yuka Chokyu (CAN) def. Julia Dorsett (USA)
6-0 6-0
Men's Wheelchair Doubles: Semifinal
4. David Hall (AUS)
Martin Legner (AUT) [2] def. John Becker (USA)
Matt McManus (USA)
6-0 6-0

Weelchair tennis must be pretty boring to watch, judging from these scores
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florence won, it was the american girl who got humped

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Florence Gravellier (FRA) def Jan Proctor (USA) 6/0 6/0

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The scoreboard was wrong. Anyway, the story remains the same !

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When we were younger, if I lost to her I wouldn't talk to her for a couple of days, but now I play against Russian players almost every week, so I'm kind of used to it. (Elena on Myskina)
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Jan Proctor d. Florence Gravelier 6/0 6/0

Match Statistics

Florence Gravellier (FRA)
Total points won : 8 (1st set : 0, 2nd set : 8)

Poor Florence...

Have you ever heard of a player losing all the points in a set ?
And do you remember a match in which a player won very few points ?
We have had a few discussion about this, but as of now that is the first match recorded since Pauline Betz in the early 40's for a woman to win a golden set in any type of tennis.

It's possible this happens a lot in Junior or other amatuer events, but this is the first golden set I have heard of for a woman since Pauline.
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wheelchair tennis is one of the odd ones.
lot's of tactics there.
israel won the world championships some time ago and man - it's all about drop shots.

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