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Who will be the first one to beat the Clijsters Sisters in a single tournament?

This would be another record worth aiming for.
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ok, sader, please tell me action speaks louder than words.

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oh yeah, that should be a challange since Elke is only likely to be your first round match.

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they can beat Elke for now but Kim is tough to beat nowadays, so still it is hard to achieve this goal.

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Olivia Luckasewizc achieved 50% of that feat this week ! well done...shes one to look out for

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It's getting sooner than I expected.

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Elke will be easy, Kim....tough

Doubles is a different story though
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well who will be the first person to beat Tong Ka Po and her sister ? the answer is never will coz Tong hasn't got a sister

a similar logic to elke and Kim, until elke become top player, no one will have a chance to do that (unless in Belgium tournety of coruse when elke can be granted a wildcard)

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Elke will be easy, Kim....tough

Doubles is a different story though
good point on the doubles thingy....so for those who have beaten the williams sisters in doubles, they actually have a record of beating them in a single tournament already.
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The best sister combination in sports history are venus and serena. no one else comes even close.

kim has a winning streak going now I cant wait for serena to exact her vengeance! Beware of the terror fabulous!!

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that must be very tough, one is in the top 5 and the other one is in.....er....I really don't know!!!!!


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This could be simplified by asking who will be the first one to beat Clijsters in a single tournament, because Kim is so far ahead of her sister. The only tough hurdle for a challenger will be Kim for a while.

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