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Unhappy How Come Nadia Always Gets Cakewalks ???

I am sick of Nadia and her "luck" with draws lately. First she wins Amelia Island Tier II and Charleston Tier I beating nobody of note except for thief Bohmova (and Schiavone / playing badly Patty). Then at Berlin she managed to secure for herself a cakewalk draw to the final with slumping Dechy as her R16, inconsistent Dani as her QF and Patty as her SF. While on the other side of the draw, Amelie, Justine, Martina, Elena D and Sveta have to battle it out for a spot in the final. Nadia will waltz into the final, gaining another 210 points for beating nobody and has a good chance to beat her tired opponent.
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It does not matter........and may I say how rude of you to ask a question like that. She won the tourneys and thats it................when people talk of her title wins, they wont be asking who was in the draw? All of our favorite players have won tourenys when lower-class players were in the draw. Venus - Istanbul 05'

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It does not matter........and may I say how rude of you to ask a question like that. She won the tourneys and thats it................when people talk of her title wins, they wont be asking who was in the draw? All of our favorite players have won tourenys when lower-class players were in the draw. Venus - Istanbul 05'
Sad but true. On the contrary, everybody remember Kournikova for NOT winning a title. They do not know her for reaching the '98 Miami Final by beating four top 10 player in a row. A shame, but the truth.
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I am sick of Nadia and her "luck" with draws lately. First she wins Amelia Island Tier II and Charleston Tier I beating nobody of note except for thief Bohmova (and Schiavone / playing badly Patty). Then at Berlin she managed to secure for herself a cakewalk draw to the final with slumping Dechy as her R16, inconsistent Dani as her QF and Patty as her SF. While on the other side of the draw, Amelie, Justine, Martina, Elena D and Sveta have to battle it out for a spot in the final. Nadia will waltz into the final, gaining another 210 points for beating nobody and has a good chance to beat her tired opponent.
you are always so rude about Petrova She is a really hard worker, I saw her once training at a tournament and she was there a long time on the court practicing. She deserves it and who cares who she beat? she just makes the best of her draws. She can't help it


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she is top player, so of course she can often have such easy draws
but Berlin's draw is really very very easy

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Don't take it out on Nadia, she doesn't make the draws...

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I am sick of Nadia and her "luck" with draws lately. First she wins Amelia Island Tier II and Charleston Tier I beating nobody of note except for thief Bohmova (and Schiavone / playing badly Patty). Then at Berlin she managed to secure for herself a cakewalk draw to the final with slumping Dechy as her R16, inconsistent Dani as her QF and Patty as her SF. While on the other side of the draw, Amelie, Justine, Martina, Elena D and Sveta have to battle it out for a spot in the final. Nadia will waltz into the final, gaining another 210 points for beating nobody and has a good chance to beat her tired opponent.
the gods know what an ass you've been and they are punishing u.

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Good players are usually favoured by luck

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Nadia you evil draw maker!

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easy - she started smiling, and the whole world is smiling with her.

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