First Schnyder now Dokic ousted from a Tier IV event in straight sets by Suarez. Maybe Sarisota is just cursed because this is the kind of bouncing around that one would expect to see in a Tier I or II event.
Maybe Jelena will do better in Charleston.
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Oh dear... This hasn't been a great start to the season for her, but hopefuly she'll pick things up. Saurez is a good player though, and especially at doubles (her doubles partner Ruano Pascual beat Hingis in the first round of Wimbledon 01.)
well lets put it this way, at least she didn't lose to a nobody, and she didn't really get killed. at least she put up some sort of fight coz it was 6-3, 6-3 and no bagels or breadsticks. bur Suarez is extremely good on clay and it is her best surface so........
Jelena Dokic.Vera Zvonareva.Tatiana Golovin.Mary Pierce.Monica Seles.Martina Hingis.Anna Kournikova
So... Suarez, nemesis of the French, strikes against another top player on clay. That woman is dangerous, though having beaten three Frenchwomen in a row at RG last year you'd have thought she'd have the decency to put up a fight against her compatriot Fernandez in the quarters.
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Oh, I do feel for Jelena. This must be a tough loss for her. I still believe though that she is going through "teething" issues with her new coach and goals/objectives. And sometimes you have to tone it down before you bring it back on, so we need to be patient with her. She's young! She'll come back strong.
I am, however, happy for Paola. She is such a nice girl and watching her play makes me want to play because she looks like she enjoys the court so much! So congrats Paola! Take it all the way!!!
oh no! i was hoping she could get on some sort of a roll. how many points will she lose in this? does anyone know? hopefully myskina does not make it very far though, but if she does, i will congratulate her...
What happened to Jelena's heart, fight and killer instinct?
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