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VELIEVA sister now Turkish citizens and play for Turkey

Lütfiye and Hülya VELIEVA sisters changed their surname as ESEN and are playing in Adana Tennis Club. Also they are now Turkish citizens.
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Who does become a Turkish guy voluntary?

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Thank you for all these moments over the last years! Supported you until your final point!
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Who does become a Turkish guy voluntary?

u are so funny

They are originally Turk. Just lived in Bulgaria.
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who cares we have pironkova
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who cares we have pironkova
u are not Bulgar
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u are not Bulgar
thats y i dno wat ur talkin about
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Who does become a Turkish guy voluntary?

Maybe coz they loose from everybody in Bulgaria and now in Turkey they will feel like a stars
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Maybe coz they loose from everybody in Bulgaria and now in Turkey they will feel like a stars

They are not stars. You are again so funny. Just last week u supported them, dont forget
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Maybe coz they loose from everybody in Bulgaria and now in Turkey they will feel like a stars
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Lütfiye and Hülya VELIEVA sisters changed their surname as ESEN and are playing in Adana Tennis Club. Also they are now Turkish citizens.
Great, we need more players from the nation of Turkey. I remember the Turkish ice skater in the Olympics, absolutely beautiful, very talented girl...
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Whoaaaa, touche....
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They are not stars. You are again so funny. Just last week u supported them, dont forget
Yeah I supported them and the only reason was coz they play for Bulgaria.And now there is nothing left and there is no reason to support a player who find it hard to hit the ball.But I think that it is enough attention for girls who will never achieve something in tennis
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Yeah I supported them and the only reason was coz they play for Bulgaria.And now there is nothing left and there is no reason to support a player who find it hard to hit the ball.But I think that it is enough attention for girls who will never achieve something in tennis
They didnt do anything. Since they didnt have money to play in foreign. Did Bulgaria do something for her ? Nothing. They are also forced to change their surname. Is it fair. And Also u should know this. Tennis is<not just in Bulgaria. People can support foreigners too. For example, I support Tsvetana.
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They didnt do anything. Since they didnt have money to play in foreign. Did Bulgaria do something for her ? Nothing. They are also forced to change their surname. Is it fair. And Also u should know this. Tennis is<not just in Bulgaria. People can support foreigners too. For example, I support Tsvetana.
Well I support half of Top100 But there is a reason for every player and in that case there is no such thing.And stop with the BS about the names!They can chage their names to George W. Bush if they want,noone will stop them
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