That should be 2 tournament wins, if she uses the home crowd, has a good off season and continues to perform well on the pro-circuit. Although the tallinn tournaments always draw a good field. The challenger in 2010 had anne keothavong, who at the time was 140 in the rankings. Does anyone know if they offer hospitatility or something, because i know that some futures give hospitality even if it is not in the factsheet.
Fed Cup should be great. It's right at her current level. As the second player, there will be no one in the top 100 (except poland, netherlands, great britain and sweden [reat britain is the only one able to get in Estonia's pool]) so she may even be able to record some wins. Hopefully the juniors aussie open should give her some momentum.
It's such a shame that fed cup is in israel, cause it would have been great to play some tournaments in the australian autumn 25K swing (launceston, Sydney, Mildura, Bundaberg etc.). Many of the juniors like to play burnie (Saisai Zheng and Eugenie Bouchard played last years final and Irina Khromacheva made quarters). She could have gotten some great match experience.
I doubt Kaia will play Fed Cup this year