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post #1666 of 2812 (permalink) Old Feb 17th, 2014, 10:39 AM
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Acapulco qualies next week, an ITF week March 3rd then she probably will get a qualifying or main draw WC in Miami
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And playing a 25K might be good for her confidence to just keep getting used to winning a few matches every week. She has to be feeling pretty good now, after such a struggle all of last year
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post #1667 of 2812 (permalink) Old Feb 17th, 2014, 10:55 AM
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^^^ yes, hopefully she can qualify in Acapulco
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She's withdrawn from the $25k in Mexico.

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Re: Heather's Cheering Thread

Acapulco Qualifying

(3)Cetkovska v Zanevska
Bencic v Rogowska
Watson v Duval
Konta v (6)Tatishvili

It's a jam packed draw so a tough section was to be expected.

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Re: Heather's Cheering Thread

I'm just relieved she doesn't have to play Madison Keys to qualify. Otherwise, I think she can do it.
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post #1671 of 2812 (permalink) Old Feb 22nd, 2014, 05:51 PM
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Heather had to retire in her match against Duval
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Such a shame, her section of the draw had really opened up with Cetkovska's withdrawal too. Hopefully nothing serious

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Nausea, from what I've heard.
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Drawsheet says gastrointestinal illness, yes, for what that's worth.
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Hev is stunning

may your choices reflect your hopes not your fears.

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Partnering Date-Krumm in doubles, 1R opponents are McHale/Tomljanovic.
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Re: Heather's Cheering Thread

Heather Watson got an QWC into BNP Pasirbas Open





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Former top five players Nadia Petrova and Vera Zvonareva; Americans Donald Young, Jack Sock, Ryan Harrison, Steve Johnson, Rhyne Williams, Coco Vandeweghe, Shelby Rogers, Vicky Duval and Taylor Townsend; and Donna Vekic and Belinda Bencic were granted wildcards into the main draws of the BNP Paribas Open, to be held March 3 - 16 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, it was announced today by Tournament Director Steve Simon.

Russia’s Nadia Petrova has won 13 career WTA single titles and 24 doubles crowns. The former World No. 3 has reached nine Grand Slam quarterfinals, advancing to the semifinals twice. Fellow Russian star and 2009 BNP Paribas Open champion Vera Zvonareva has 12 career WTA singles triumphs and six doubles titles. The former World No. 2 also has two Grand Slam finals appearances.

In addition, nine Americans have been granted wildcards into the main draws including Donald Young, who reached the third round of this year’s Australian Open; 21-year-old Jack Sock, who advanced to the third round of the 2013 U.S. Open; Ryan Harrison, who boasted a career-high ranking of No. 43 in 2012; two-time NCAA Champion from USC Steve Johnson, who reached the third round of the 2012 US Open; Rhyne Williams, who is coming off a quarterfinals appearance at Delray Beach, pushing top-ranked American and World No. 13 John Isner to three sets; Coco Vandeweghe, a two-time ITF singles winner; Shelby Rogers, a four-time singles champion on the ITF circuit; Vicky Duval, who achieved a career-high ranking earlier this year after jumping 528 rankings places since the end of 2011; and 17-year-old Taylor Townsend, who turned professional in 2012 after reaching the top of the junior rankings earlier that year.

Two other international players receiving main draw wildcards are 17-year-old Croatian Donna Vekic, who reached a career-high ranking of No. 62 in 2013 and 16-year-old Belinda Bencic of Switzerland, who advanced to the second round of the Australian Open earlier this year.

“This year’s main draw wildcards span from established veterans, to rising American and international stars,” said Simon. “Awarding wildcards to players like Nadia Petrova, Vera Zvonareva, Donald Young, Jack Sock and others, add to the excitement for fans and provide the potential for these deserving athletes to make a run at the BNP Paribas Open.”

Qualifying wildcards were given to Americans Raymond Sarmiento, Stefan Kozlov, Clay Thompson, Irina Falconi, Madison Brengle, Grace Min and Allie Kiick, Australia’s Thanasi Kokkinaxis and the United Kingdom’s Heather Watson.

Sarmiento is a senior-standout at USC and member of two NCAA team championships for the Trojans. Sixteen-year-old Kozlov achieved a career-high ranking in February, after turning pro in 2013. Thompson reached a career-high ranking in 2013. Falconi cracked the WTA top 100 in 2011 and advanced to the second round of this year’s Australian Open. Brengle reached a career-high ranking earlier this year, and has won five ITF singles titles. Min won the 2011 US Open Junior Championship and three ITF titles in 2012, while Kiick also has three ITF singles crowns. Kokkinaxis advanced to the second round at this year’s Australian Open, where he pushed World No. 1 Rafael Nadal to three sets. Watson has one WTA singles title and two doubles titles.

In addition to the aforementioned qualifying wildcards, the winners of each BNP Paribas Challenge, the pre-qualifying event for the tournament, which takes place February 24 – March 1, will also be granted a berth into the 2014 BNP Paribas Open qualifying draw. Women’s qualifying starts March 3 and men’s qualifying begins March 4.
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Re: Heather's Cheering Thread

Great news I expect she'll receive a Miami WC too, either MD or qualies.

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Re: Heather's Cheering Thread

(7)Razzano v (wc)Watson
Putintseva v (21)Pereira

Second match on after 7pm UK time.

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Re: Heather's Cheering Thread

6-1 6-4 win


Sharapova | Watson | Muguruza | Konta | Broady | Bencic | Robson | Cirstea | Lisicki
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