1997 is a very good year with Konjuh, Bencic and Abanda
Ostapenko is up and down in juniors but she is doing quite well in the pros so far.
2017 Results: Tennis Tipping
Singles: W - Kuala Lumpur, Mallorca SF - Eastbourne, Moscow, Biel, Quebec City QF - Rome || Doubles (w/ Randy): F - Kuala Lumpur SF - Cincinnati, Toronto, Eastbourne, Stuttgart QF - Miami FITD (CHR #1): W - Monterrey, Nottingham, Prague, Seoul, Strasbourg Suicide: W - Moscow, Tokyo (Int.)
Re: Eddie Herr 18s F: Ana Konjuh (14 y.o.) def. Barbara Haas 6-1 6-1
After she struggled tro get past Fridman Sutjiadi and got bagelled first rpound vs some American WC I thought that this trip would have been a waste. Obviously not. This surface seems to suite Eastern Europeans as they have the advantage of Clay which benefits their movement but it is also really fast, like a cross between IH and Clay which are normally their best surfaces And Haas has been in great form this week
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If someone else is going to steal Anett's crown, Ana is definitely my top choice
Ana is very good, but she';s the kind of girl who I don't see improving much further in the sense that she has stopped growing and she already has a game, so unless she can learn more skills, the transition to pros will be difficult I hope she makes it
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Last edited by chingching; Dec 3rd, 2012 at 03:49 AM.
This surface seems to suite Eastern Europeans as they have the advantage of Clay which benefits their movement but it is also really fast, like a cross between IH and Clay which are normally their best surfaces And Haas has been in great form this week
And which Eastern European player are you talking about? Because no player from Eastern Europe qualified to the QF and only 2 of them got to the 3rd round