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Zoe Hives

Her own thread is long over due, been doing really well this year!

If I can find a bit more of a bio I will add it here, right now the only info I can find is she's Victorian, 18yo '96 girl, right-hander who likes clay.


Some results this year (from here):
15k Clare (AUS)
QR2: (12)Zoe Hives d. Anne-Marie Medcalf 75 60
QFR: (12)Zoe Hives d. (5)Yurina Koshino (JPN) 61 64
R1: (Q)Zoe Hives d. (Q)Lizette Cabrera 75 63
R2: (Q)Zoe Hives lt. (Q)Jennifer Elie (USA) 36 46

15k Port Pirie (AUS)
QR2: (11)Zoe Hives d. Alexandra Cannizzaro 61 63
QFR: (11)Zoe Hives lt. (2)Kotomi Takahata (JPN) 46 36

15k Mildura (AUS)
QR2: (8)Zoe Hives d. Peta Valos 64 61
QFR: (8)Zoe Hives d. Monika Rajicic 62 61
R1: (Q)Zoe Hives d. Naomi Totka (HUN) 60 75
R2: (Q)Zoe Hives d. (7)Pia Konig (AUT) 60 57 62
QF: (Q)Zoe Hives d. (Q)Nozomi Fujioka (JPN) 63 61
SF: Alison Bai d. (Q)Zoe Hives 61 63

15k Mornington (AUS)
R1: Zoe Hives d. (7)Mana Ayukawa (JPN) 26 75 62
R2: Zoe Hives d. (WC)Angelique Svinos 60 41 ret.
QF: Zoe Hives lt. (1)Sandra Zaniewska (POL) 36 36

15k Melbourne (AUS)
R1: Zoe Hives d. (Q)Alexandra Bozovic 64 63
R2: Zoe Hives d. (8)Mai Minokoshi (JPN) 64 06 62
QF: Zoe Hives d. (WC)Destanee Aiava 64 60
SF: Zoe Hives v (3)Sherazad Reix (FRA)

Which is quite impressive Konig would have to have been her biggest scalp, was ranked 332nd. She made the SF of Melbourne last year too. Exciting prospect, seems we have a few girls who aren't afraid of clay which is good too.

Article from the start of the year outlining her plan for the year and aims. Seems to be on track, just have to wait for her to go overseas.

http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/2...ne-to-the-top/

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ZOE Hives is facing the biggest year of her young tennis career.

She enters 2015 determined to build a major foundation for a full-time move to the professional circuit.

The Kingston 18-year-old is ready to be challenged physically and mentally as she mixes court time with VCE studies for a second year.

Hives says her primary aim is to climb in world women’s singles rankings from 917 to 300.

She said getting into the world top 300 would open many doors.

Hives said primarily it would allow her to get straight into the main draw for $50,000 tournaments on the Australian circuit next summer – removing the need to rely on getting through qualifying rounds.

To help achieve the objective, Hives is planning to venture overseas.

“It’s all about points, so I’ll be going overseas.”

Although she has yet to confirm a playing schedule, she appears certain to spend time in the United States and Europe.

Right now though, Hives’ focus is on getting her body right under the guidance of her Melbourne-based coach, Michael Logarzo.

“I’m in a hard training block at the moment,” she said.

An extensive weights program is a major part of the phase.

Given she is not in peak condition for tournament play, Hives is delighted with the way she has rounded out 2014 with back-to-back women’s doubles titles.

With victory in the Ballarat Open Gold AMT in the lead-up to Christmas, Hives and Katherine West-

bury repeated the dose in the Victorian Grass Court Championships at Geelong.

The number one seeds defeated Mary Ann Liu and Genevieve Lorbergs, who have experience on the US college circuit, 3-6 6-4 10-6, in a tight final lasting almost 90 minutes.

Hives and Westbury opened their campaign comfortably enough with a 6-4 6-4 win over Julie Golightly and Taylah Mielczarek.

They pushed all the way in the semi-finals in getting the better of Karen Filippou and Carolyn McGann 5-7 7-6 10-8.

McGann is the top seed for the Tennis Victoria Inter-Regionals at Creswick on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Hives will now turn her attention to representing Melbourne Cricket Club Stars, which also feature Westbury, in the Asia Pacific Tennis League finals at Melbourne Park later this month.

The event coincides with the second week of the Australian Open.

Hives will then play tournaments in South Australia before returning to Victoria to contest the Mildura International in March and two events in Melbourne before setting plans for her overseas trip.

As well as being pleased with her form, Hives is also rapt to be finally over a right shoulder problem, which has troubled her over the past 12 months.

This has not only freed her up on court but also allowed her to step up her training regimen to what is required at a professional level.

Hives has climbed to the high 20s in the national women’s rankings after starting the year at 43.

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Zoe's been doing so well lately! Love it! Hope she can play overseas this year

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Her own thread is long over due, been doing really well this year!

If I can find a bit more of a bio I will add it here, right now the only info I can find is she's Victorian, 18yo '96 girl, right-hander who likes clay.

Konig would have to have been her biggest scalp, was ranked 332nd. She made the SF of Melbourne last year too. Exciting prospect, seems we have a few girls who aren't afraid of clay which is good too.
I've been thinking about starting a thread for her for awhile now, Sam, and I've got quite a few news articles that can help to tell her story, so I'll post them below. Zoe is definitely one of the most underrated talents on the Aussie scene at the moment, but now that her studies are coming to an end and she's turning her focus back to tennis, I think that she is going to show people exactly what she's capable of. Don't get me wrong, Zoe achieved lots to be proud of in her junior career -- ITF Top 100, a national champ in singles and doubles, represented Oz in Junior Fed Cup -- but I just think that her pro career could turn out to be an even better one. #goodthingscomeinsmallpackages



http://www.standard.net.au/story/787...ough-to-final/
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/5...-tennis-champ/
http://ballarattennis.com.au/compone...-champion.html
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/6...stralian-open/
http://www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au/...as-high-hopes/
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/3...unior-fed-cup/
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/1...hip-for-hives/
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/1...is-tournament/
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/2...-tennis-title/
http://acelandtennis.com.au/news/182...ast-title.html
http://acelandtennis.com.au/news/212...title-mix.html

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Miss Hives walks onto court to play her first ITF Pro final... Good luck, Zoe!

PS: Oh and, please watch out for those dropshots!
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She's from Kingston The region or suburb

She'a cricketer too Two sports, Impressive

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And the winner of the 2015 Melbourne Park Women's International is Zoe Hives!

Good, solid match from Zoe today, and kudos to her for finishing it off in straight sets. In the first set, she seemed a bit tense to start things off but settled down nicely by mid-set. Early on, Sally really tried to focus her attention on Zoe's backhand wing, and that made sense because Zoe likes to boss points with her forehand. The problem with that game-plan is that Zoe's backhand isn't really a weakness, so that tactic never really paid off. Zoe just happily traded backhands with her, and that was that. Once Zoe pocketed the first set, Sally seemed to lose a bit of her mojo, and that made the second set a much more straightforward affair -- final score was 75 62. Congratulations, Zoe!

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^ I think he looked at the part where it said "Melbourne Cricket Club" Its just the ATL club she played for.

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And the winner of the 2015 Melbourne Park Women's International is Zoe Hives!

Good, solid match from Zoe today, and kudos to her for finishing it off in straight sets. In the first set, she seemed a bit tense to start things off but settled down nicely by mid-set. Early on, Sally really tried to focus her attention on Zoe's backhand wing, and that made sense because Zoe likes to boss points with her forehand. The problem with that game-plan is that Zoe's backhand isn't really a weakness, so that tactic never really paid off. Zoe just happily traded backhands with her, and that was that. Once Zoe pocketed the first set, Sally seemed to lose a bit of her mojo, and that made the second set a much more straightforward affair -- final score was 75 62. Congratulations, Zoe!



I've never heard anything about her playing cricket, Bye. Where did you hear that one?
Great win, shame they couldn't even be bothered to give the girls trophies though. Cheapskates.

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Victorian Zoe Hives caps long road back after break from tennis with maiden singles title at Melbourne Park


The grin from ear to ear, excitable fidgeting and bouncing around were dead giveaways of how much this meant to Zoe Hives.
Hives, just minutes earlier, threw her arms aloft after winning her maiden professional title – in her first final – in a 7-5 6-2 result over resurgent opponent Sally Peers at the $15,000 Melbourne Park Women’s International.
The 18-year-old, who hails from Victorian regional town Kingston, near Ballarat, is a steely on-court presence, but moments like these unveil the true character.
This is the same Hives who hated the sport only three years ago and briefly turned her back on her goal of becoming a professional tennis player.
“It probably hasn’t sunk in yet, but it’s great and a little bit of relief, in a way,” Hives said of her title triumph.
“But I’m just really happy and excited and can’t wait to get home. It’s been two weeks away and I’m just going to enjoy it.
“It’s so close to home, but still quite a while away, so it will be good just to go home.”
The lopsided nature of the second set, where a second break of serve delivered Hives victory, followed a hard-fought, topsy-turvy opener.
It was former world No.145 Peers who controlled much of that first set, twice leading by a break and failing to serve it out at 5-4.
The rivals traded breaks in the ninth and 10th games – each given away as cheaply as the other – after Hives looked likely to assert herself.
A Peers double fault in the sixth game preceded three Hives forehand winners and more of the same from the latter reduced her 23-year-old opponent to 0-15 two games later.
But Peers stepped up her aggression and dug out a tough hold before breaking Hives a second time to move into pole position for the opening set until she, too, stumbled.
Further chances presented, particularly a break point on Hives’ following service game, but Peers’ errors began to flow.
A timid forehand that barely reached the net lost her that point and even worse was to come in the next game, when Peers’ usually sturdy backhand leaked three poor errors on her way to dropping the set.
“The first set was definitely a real battle and really did come down to a few points here and there,” Hives said afterwards.
“It was close, so it was great to get the first set and it meant I could relax a bit and just try and hit out a bit more in the second.”
Hives’ triumphant clenched fist to her support team and accompanying “c’mon” were telling and the pressure release was obvious.
Another wayward Peers backhand surrendered a break in the second game of the second set and left her playing catch up.
She reduced Hives to 30-all and 15-30 on separate occasions in the second set – narrowly missing a down-the-line backhand on the second of those opportunities – but never any further.
Peers’ day was ultimately summed up in the penultimate game, fresh-airing a backhand drive volley to go 5-2 down.
The match was not yet over, but Peers’ resignation at that muffed shot signalled otherwise.

Hives credited her coach of nearly two years, Michael Logarzo, for not only restructuring her game, but helping her rediscover her passion for tennis.
She spends parts of her weeks staying and training with Logarzo in Melbourne to avoid the three-hour round trip for sessions.
“Michael’s made a big difference in my tennis ... he’s helped me relax and enjoy it again,” Hives said.
“2012 was a good year for me with results, but by the end I felt too much pressure on the way I was playing on results.
“I didn’t enjoy it at all and I went away on a few trips and had a few things happen and it just wasn’t good.”
Hives, who started the week at a career-high WTA ranking of 736, is now set to crack the top 500 in two Mondays’ time – and with only nine points to defend between now and October.
Her upcoming schedule is still to be decided, but she looks headed for Europe, where Logarzo has organised for her to play for a German club team to assist in paying the bills.
Hives won’t be setting any grand goals despite her breakthrough achievement and will continue the long-term blueprint she and Logarzo have mapped out.
“I’m just enjoying it a lot more this time (since returning from her break),” she said.
“It’s just about enjoyment and how I’m playing, not as much on the results, because they will come if I play well.
“This year is about getting fitter and stronger and trying to get my technique as down pat as I can.”
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Melbourne Park claycourt champion Zoe Hives' success owes to long-term approach and new-found belief

At some stage today Zoe Hives will wander out onto her family’s 180-acre property at Kingston, 27km north-east of Ballarat in regional Victoria, to spend some reflection time with her “pet cows”.

The budding tennis star enjoyed her greatest on-court moment on Easter Sunday, winning her maiden professional title at the $15,000 Melbourne Park Women’s International on her favoured claycourt surface.

The extent of 18-year-old Hives’ celebrations included a quiet lunch with family, an excited phone call to her coach Michael Logarzo and a much-anticipated 90-minute trip home.

She is a simple country girl at heart with dreams of making it big in the ultra-competitive and unforgiving tennis world.

“That’s what people probably don’t understand about Zoe,” Hives’ mother Jan said.

“She went to a primary school with 10 kids at one stage and she’s got cows she pats at home and she goes for bike rides and grew up playing backyard cricket with her brothers.

“It was a fairly simple, calm sort of life.”

Hives’ father Neil runs their farm, while Jan – a state-level tennis player in her heyday – performs the roles of chauffeur, No.1 supporter, ever-present spectator, sounding board and chef.

They were on hand to watch Hives twice rally from a break down in the first set before beating former world No.145 and fellow Victorian Sally Peers 7-5 6-2 in the Melbourne Park final.



“For Zoe, this is terribly exciting. I believe 110 per cent in her and believe she’s going to be very good, but you’ve got to win tournaments like this to believe that,” Jan said.

“We know (Olympian) Kathryn Mitchell a little bit, up in Ballarat, and she’s a very good javelin thrower and she said to Zoe one day, ‘When you’ve done the work, the belief will come’.

“Zoe’s done a tough program and she’s got to do more, but you get the feeling she’s just got to keep persevering and I think the belief will come and that’s what’s so great about this.

“It’s just one step and gives you the opportunity now to plan and feel good for a while.”

Hives has long been on the Australian tennis radar and represented her country in Junior Fed Cup in 2012, alongside Isabelle Wallace and Naiktha Bains.

But the high of that experience was followed by a low that almost saw her lost to the sport.

Enter Logarzo, who first came across Hives in that year’s Asia-Pacific Tennis League in his role as coach of the MCC Tennis Academy.

A three-hour meeting between them months later in April 2013, after Jan asked for Logarzo’s help, proved the turning point.

Logarzo said Hives’ career was at the “crossroads” at that stage.

“She was disillusioned with some of the things around her, not enjoying it and not even sure if she still wanted to play tennis anymore,” Logarzo said.

“The first step was getting her to love the game again ... and after listening to all her thoughts, and working through things, we put a plan in place.



“I basically told her if she wanted to do this and was prepared to put in, I would do all I could to help her.”

The transformation began immediately: Logarzo made technical changes to Hives’ game and they worked on constructing a game style that would make her competitive when she transitioned to professional level.

Junior results were unimportant to both. It was always a long-term view, as it remains despite the weekend triumph.

The 20-year-old version of Hives will be fitter, stronger and, hopefully, a calmer and more positive on-court presence. She is already in the process of developing “elite” habits.

“We always knew Zoe was going to be 20, 21 before she was going to be physically and mentally matured, and we still think that,” Jan said.

“You see ‘Dasha’ (Daria Gavrilova) and she’s strong mentally – really strong.

“Zoe’s got to get all that going herself, but she’s a good, honest, straight kid and we hope it all goes well for her.”

Logarzo has got to know the Hives only a small, trusted group are privy to and that is a significant reason why he is willing to do everything possible to help her succeed.

He even regularly hosts her at his home to reduce the number of times Hives has to make the three-hour round trip from Kingston to St Kilda for training sessions.

“Zoe’s your typical country kid; quiet, unassuming, very loyal, but at the same time very determined, a perfectionist, headstrong and feisty,” Logarzo said.

“Give her a challenge – no matter how high – and she’ll do everything and more to reach it.”
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Nice article about Zoe, looking forward to seeing how she does overseas. We've seen a lot of times before players doing well in Australia then struggling to win matches outside of it. Good luck to her
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Zoe has been plugging away in Thailand and getting some reasonable results - two $10K QFs and has qualified for two $25Ks in a row. Today she got her first $25K main draw win, thrashing Ching Wen Hsu 6-0 6-1

She'll move back into the top 500 with this... maybe a new CHR. She's due to play the top seed Kai-Lin Zhang in R2 though

Things are looking good for Zoe! Off to USA next week too, starting with a $10K where she'll be seeded.

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