I don't feel like wasting my time tanslating this when I can just do a quick web translate
As you can see, the web translator didn't do such a great job, but you can understand:
This time I am writing from Greece, where I am finally after some time. I will stay here for two weeks and is a great opportunity to see up close my favorite person to relax and to get forces for the next year. I also want you to write everything out by then we had our last communication until today. We should start a little journey that began in Asia, came to America and arrived in Europe ...
I had left after the semifinal of the tournament the ITF $ 25,000 in the Uzbek city of Carson. That got the biggest victory of my career on Ksenia Palkina (No. 180 in world ranking) from Kazakhstan, thus taking the qualification in the final with the opponent Kristina Antoniychuk of Ukraine (No. 5 of the tournament and 229 in the world). The passage from Asia ended in the best possible way, since after two trophies in the tournament of Turkey in Antalya, and won the tournament in Carson.
In the final I played very well in the first set easily 6-1 and preceded. I continued to be fully concentrated throughout the match and while I was ahead in the second set 3-1 with the opponent having obviously left me a problem. The organization was generally excellent, as is the award ceremony, where is the first photo.
Another reason - apart from the conquest of 1st place - I am so happy, it was renewed and my rating, which had increased more than 200 locations in the world: from No. 560 to No. 351 was followed and subsequently, after win that game from now on will be added to my rating until October, which I have only defend 12 points.
Then, after a brief stop in Greece, traveled to Canada to take part in tournaments of $ 25,000 ITF, held in Waterloo. They fought in the main board, in some strange land, however, something like a carpet with soil and, as usual in America, not the pure land on earth.
I started with an incredible match that took less than an hour and a half and won by the amazing score of 6-0 and 6-1 against Slovakia Dieskova. It was a big success for me because I won the No. 500 ranking of the world playing on clay surface after approximately 10 months. The sequel was certainly not comparable, since Luzhanska of Ukraine won the next game with a 2-0 set (4-6, 0-6). From the beginning I felt that for some reason I had control of the game and the defeat came as a natural consequence. The truth however is that I was not well prepared for this surface, but never mind. There is a cruel practice that will help to improve.
After Canada I flew to Boston, where I fought the preliminary round of the tournament the $ 50,000 ITF. The weather was not very good and played in closed stadiums. In the beginning I had the American Elizabeth Lumpkin, which won by 2-1 sets (6-7, 6-1, 6-2). In the first set 5-2 before me, but I still find my rhythm because of the different surface and lost 6-7 in the tie break. Then the advantage of very good rates of my serve, pressed further, raising efficiency and got easy victory.
In the second round before me, I found another American, to Jennifer Elie (about 500 world ranking), which played a great game full saspens until the last point. Eventually won 2-0 sets (7-5, 7-6) and got the qualification for the next round opponent in the Brazilian Maria Fernanda Alves. There are not managed as well as in previous meetings, got back to scoring with a 1-0 set (1-6), could be equaled to 1-1 (6-3), but ultimately lost the third (3-6) and with the qualification race and the main board.
Somewhat completed in my wandering in Asia and America, with three trophies and many new experiences. I want to thank my coaches and all those who support the effort and I believe in myself. Thank you all for your support I send. See you around soon. Until then you are all well.