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post #136 of 142 (permalink) Old Oct 1st, 2012, 08:00 PM
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Well there's nothing to be afraid of imo, for once she's in a "can't lose" situation. Everybody expects her to lose so if she does, it's no big deal. If she can make it a competitive match on the other hand it will give her a nice boost.
its true that in one sense there's nothing to lose. No one expects her to win thats for sure. The one thing i can say is that in the past some of her best wins in her career have been when no one expected her too, her wins against li na and maria at wimbledon these last 2 years for example. However im just kind of concerned vika will crush her given the form the respective 2 have this year
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Tough match against Vika, one of my other faves but clearly less important to me than Bine. I hope Bine will put up a good fight and she can lift for top players so let's not write her off.

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I don't expect her winning even more since I saw the first set of vika yesterday but unfortunately I probably can't watch her last bejing match (bdayparty in my house)...so please post the match process guys in here so that I can rewatch it (if you know what I mean) later ^_^

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bit relieved after today's match, it feels like drawing conclusion to her season for me. the powerful display of world no 1 may make my words partial, but i'm fairly sure i saw the player i admire and cherish this morning, nothing is more important after a long treacherous journey away from home

her 2012 has never been the way all of us had expected it to be, except for brief joys at wimbledon, like crepuscular rays in the sky. but no one in the world of tennis could deal with these impacts of struggle better than the girl we love, "give me a challenge and i'll meet it with joy." that's her answer all the time

i have always had faith in and respect for all the endeavors from Bine and her team, nothing happened this year has changed that a bit, and i sincerely apologize for my occasional childish comments

welcome home, Bine
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bit relieved after today's match, it feels like drawing conclusion to her season for me. the powerful display of world no 1 may make my words partial, but i'm fairly sure i saw the player i admire and cherish this morning, nothing is more important after a long treacherous journey away from home

her 2012 has never been the way all of us had expected it to be, except for brief joys at wimbledon, like crepuscular rays in the sky. but no one in the world of tennis could deal with these impacts of struggle better than the girl we love, "give me a challenge and i'll meet it with joy." that's her answer all the time
I agree completely with you.
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Sabine will be 8th seed in Linz, got lucky here at least
hopefully faces Cornet or Cadantu in 1st round
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