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Prediction: Rubin will beat Clijsters at least once next year.

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I definitely hope so.....at least ONCE PLEASE! Shucks, pretty soon Kimmie may as well buy a leash for Chanda

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itd be nice but it seems unlikely chanda is owned by kim!!! chanda never even won a set i think!!
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itd be nice but it seems unlikely chanda is owned by kim!!! chanda never even won a set i think!!
She has actually..their very first match was the Final in Hobart in 2000..and Chanda took a set. Since then it's been rather downhill..but lately her scorelines have been improving.
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Like Hawk, she's improving the scorelines against Kim. So, she could snatch a win if she's lucky enough to ctach an off Kim. When Kim is playing at her normal level, I doubt Chanda can beat Kim. In fact apart from the Willy sisters and Justine to a lesser extent, I don't think there's any player who can beat an in-form Kimmy.
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Maybe take a set, but no win.
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no chance...
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Sorry, can't see it happening. Chanda has a better
chance against Justine. The playing styles of
Chanda and Kim are too similar. Kim just does
everything a little better than Chanda.
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Everytime Kim defeated Chanda in a tournament, she won the tournament

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and Kim will beat chanda at least 10 times next year!

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I don't know about this one, but it seems time for Chanda to get the monkey off of her back. I wouldn't put my money on Chanda beating her though.
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Everytime Kim defeated Chanda in a tournament, she won the tournament
I forgot about that...but it happened AGAIN in LA....an amazing stat When oh when will Kim meet Chanda in a slam?
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Chanda can beat any player when she plays her best tennis and plays aggressively. She even beat Serena in 2002 on hardcourts in LA! And also came close to beating Venus at the US Open.
No doubt she could beat Kim if she brought her best game.
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Chanda can beat any player when she plays her best tennis and plays aggressively. She even beat Serena in 2002 on hardcourts in LA! And also came close to beating Venus at the US Open.
No doubt she could beat Kim if she brought her best game.
Yes but the problem is, she only brings her best game for certain players.

E.g. Capriati, Henin, Mauresmo, Venus, Serena

I think in her last match she actually started to care, and was trying to fight and fight, but maybe she wasn't used to it so she just didn't have it. Who knows, but I still think she'll beat her at least once...

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