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Kim Clijsters Vs Elena Bovina

Omg..the last meeting..kim got injured playing agaisnt her

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Kim in three sets

Probably a nice 6-2 6-4 victory for Kim

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Bovina certainly has that balls to the walls style of play that could threaten Kim, but I think Kim is just too strong at this point... 6-3 6-4, although if Bovina wins a set I wouldn't be surprised. Go Kim!
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Kim 6-4, 6-2.
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Bovina certainly has that balls to the walls style of play that could threaten Kim, but I think Kim is just too strong at this point... 6-3 6-4, although if Bovina wins a set I wouldn't be surprised. Go Kim!
Yeah this seems pretty fair of an assestment, if Bovina finds good rhythm and comes into this matchup with a positive attitude I see her taking Kime to three sets, however I think Kim is too tough to let Bovina beat her. Unless injured, God forbid, I see Clijsters moving on, she would have to have a very poor playing day to lose this match, or if she just couldnt find her rhythm, otherwise I can see a very comfortable straight set win on the rise.
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Bovina in three sets. Something like...

3-6 6-1 7-6
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Bovina in three sets. Something like...

3-6 6-1 7-6
I think this is more how Kim would win in three sets, except that it'd be 6-7 6-3 6-1




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Daniela But Kim something like 6-1 6-4 i think
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post #10 of 30 (permalink) Old Apr 28th, 2005, 01:42 AM
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kim's got this, on hard, carpet, or grass i'd be worried, on clay, not so worried

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i think kim can pull of the win! too bad for her pratice partner... dani....

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Yeah this seems pretty fair of an assestment, if Bovina finds good rhythm and comes into this matchup with a positive attitude I see her taking Kime to three sets, however I think Kim is too tough to let Bovina beat her. Unless injured, God forbid, I see Clijsters moving on, she would have to have a very poor playing day to lose this match, or if she just couldnt find her rhythm, otherwise I can see a very comfortable straight set win on the rise.
Oh c'mon . Bovina has the game to defeat Clijsters, solid ground strokes and nice net play .. decent serve ..I just dont think she's confident or match tough enough yet.

I see Clijsters winning.

Hopefully Bovina will find her game and play consistent tennis. Goodluck Lena.B
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kim's got this, on hard, carpet, or grass i'd be worried, on clay, not so worried

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kim will win...

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GOOOOOOOO KIMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!
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