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Re: Grass Season-----> Wimbledon; win a match, please!!!

Dushevina?

dont know what to expect.
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Re: Grass Season-----> Wimbledon; win a match, please!!!

dushevina is a real threat especially on grass.She won many matchs this week at eastbourne so will be more prepared than alize

but well we dont know with alize,in how conditions she will be in that match,hopefully the best and the moste positive one!

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If she beats Vera, I think Wickmayer or Vesnina is too much for her though

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Re: Grass Season-----> Wimbledon; win a match, please!!!

Oooh we will see. No exceptations

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Re: Grass Season-----> Wimbledon; win a match, please!!!

If she was in form Dushevina would be no problem, even on grass.

But because Alizé forgot how to play tennis, Dushevina may wipe the court with her.
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Re: Grass Season-----> Wimbledon; win a match, please!!!

She may win a match. She may lose. See the difference? I don't.
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Re: Grass Season-----> Wimbledon; win a match, please!!!

the title of this thread made me laugh..then want to cry.

Dushevina I saw play at RG, I know it's a different surface but she was striking the ball a lot harder and a lot better than I've seen her do in previous years.

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She may win a match. She may lose. See the difference? I don't.
yes I see.

Well she has nothing to lose so hopefully she'll play some "good" tennis.

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Court 14 12:00 Start

Ladies' Singles - 1st Round
Anna-Lena Groenefeld(GER) v. Sania Mirza(IND)

Gentlemen's Singles - 1st Round
Mardy Fish(USA)[28] v. Sergio Roitman(ARG)

Gentlemen's Singles - 1st Round
Tommy Robredo(ESP)[15] v. Luka Gregorc(SLO)

Ladies' Singles - 1st Round
Vera Dushevina(RUS) v. Alize Cornet(FRA)[22]
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alize thoughts before the wimbledon start:

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"My view has changed completely and I hope that this will bring me things for the future. Perhaps a bit more fresh when I win. "Alizé Cornet is going through a difficult period but retains his enthusiasm before facing Vera Dushevina.



"Alizé Cornet, how do you feel before this Wimbledon?

It's going pretty well. I expect my match on Monday with great anticipation. I will return to the field without too much a priori. Everyone knows that my game does not speak very well on that surface. But it is a surface that I like. I have not played too badly last week against Virginia in Eastbourne (Editor's note: Loss (7-6, 6-2) against Virginie Razzano) which is in the finals today. This console me a little of my defeat in the first round. I think if I manage to make me happy and enjoy the moment, I can give a good level of tennis.

What do you think about your next opponent, Vera Dushevina?

It has twice clashed in Rome and at a consoling in Eastbourne last year. A console, it is never such a match. I won, but everything is different with the pressure of a match. This is a very good player with a very good backhand, it is a bit hefty. So I do not think that moving is its strongest asset. Anyway, the exchange is very short grass. It is the service and the return will prevail. Going to have my focus on that.

Have no pressure on grass, it can help you regain confidence and play free?

That's what I said in Eastbourne, I still lost in the first round. I went with an open mind with just the desire to play. I made a good game is a good sign. I have no points to defend on this tour on grass, I can give my best without fear of losing points. But at the same time, I also want to win games and prove that I can play well on grass. Whatever happens before every game, there's a little stress he must manage as best we can.

Do you feel to start a second career?

No, I have another vision of my career. So far, I've never had a hole at this time. When you are in a positive dynamic, it does not even arise the question of win or lose matches. Win, lose and this is normal, this is not normal. Now it just the opposite. Each victory is almost a feat and I'm happy as if I won a tournament. My view has changed completely and I hope that this will bring me things for the future. Perhaps a bit more fresh when I win. "

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You can do it, Alizé!
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Ali, I'm proud of you already! Do all the best you can,I believe in you!
Good luck!

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