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Last Update: Monday, February 14, 2005. 11:43am AEDT

Molik to miss Fed Cup qualifiers

Australia's top-ranked female tennis player and world number 10 Alicia Molik has made herself unavailable for April's Fed Cup Asia and Oceania Zone qualifying round in India.



But Fed Cup captain John Alexander says Molik has his full blessing in her decision to skip the team event in favour of concentrating on improving her individual world ranking.

"She has sent a fax to the team which she signs off, 'Good luck to my team, Alicia'," he revealed.

"She knows the players understand. She has a particular schedule which is designed to give herself a real chance of achieving the world's number one ranking."

Alexander named his line-up for the trip to India today, with the job of team leader going to world number 46 Samantha Stosur.

Stosur will be joined in the squad by Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic, and newcomer Bryanne Stewart.

Alexander said he felt he was fielding a strong squad despite Molik's absence.

"Sam [Stosur] certainly has done extraordinary things over the past three weeks of the Australian tour and at practice and training over the past two weeks has been of a very high standard," he said.

"I think teamed with Bryanne they are one of the top pairs in the world now."

Eight nations are involved in the round robin competition from April 18 to April 24 in New Delhi.

The other competing nations are China, Taiwan, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and Kazakhstan.

The top two nations will advance to a World Group II qualifying tie to be played on July 9-10 for the chance to secure a place in the top 16 nations for the 2006 Fed Cup competition.

Molik is playing in this week's WTA tour event in Antwerp, where she is the fourth seed.

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Last Update: Tuesday, February 15, 2005. 8:45am AEDT


Mauresmo leaps to second as Molik holds 10th

France's Amelie Mauresmo has leaped from fourth to second in the WTA Tour rankings, closing the gap on top-rated Lindsay Davenport with a runner-up showing at the Paris Indoor Open.

Russia's Dinara Safina beat Mauresmo 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 in Sunday's final but Mauresmo, who tumbled a spot from third just a week earlier, was able to move past American Serena Williams and Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova of Russia.

Davenport, who led compatriot Williams by 629 points last week, now leads Mauresmo by 441 points.

Australia's Alicia Molik missed the Paris tournament as she opted to stay in Australia and recover from the flu, but kept her number 10 position.

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Alicia aces the $64,000 question

15feb05



TENNIS star Alicia Molik has served up a $64,000 windfall for South Australia's Childhood Cancer Association.

Molik won the money on last night's edition of Channel 9's Who Wants to be a Millionaire, choosing to donate her winnings to the association.

Molik has undertaken the role of ambassador for the association in conjunction with another ambassador - a cute soft toy puppy called Elliot.

"I am not home in Australia much, but when I am, I am more than willing to help out or assist in any possible way to help the children," says Molik, pictured with Elliot in Switzerland.

"There is no greater reward than seeing children laugh and smile." Childhood Cancer Association general manager Konrad Gawlik says he is "totally astounded by that good fortune".

"Particularly in this very difficult year. We've already had to cancel and delay planned events that would have gone to raise money for research," he says. "We didn't think it was sensible to proceed (with planned fundraising events) because the early indicators we were getting was that the public had already extended themselves considerably (with the Asian tsunami and Eyre Peninsula bushfire appeals).

Mr Gawlik says the $64,000 would support the association's current project, "which is dealing with the issue of mucositis, which is an incredibly painful side effect of chemotherapy . . . a painful ulceration of the gut-lining from the mouth to the bottom".

"At worst it could be fatal. Clearly it's a significant issue to address," he said.

Other winners on Who Wants to be a Millionaire last night were cricketer Shane Warne, who won $500,000 for the Shane Warne Foundation (which supports children's charities), and One Nation founder Pauline Hanson, who won $250,000 for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

- Simon Yeaman

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Stosur 'will be No. 1'
Leo Schlink and AAP
15feb05

ALICIA Molik may be headed for the women's tennis No. 1 ranking but so is Samantha Stosur, according to new Australian Fed Cup captain John Alexander.

Alexander made the claim yesterday when announcing world No. 46 Stosur would lead his first cup squad in New Delhi on April 18-24, while world No. 10 Molik is given a leave pass to pursue the top ranking.

It's a bold statement about a player who has only just broken into the top 50 and has yet to win a WTA Tour singles title, but Alexander pointed to Stosur's performance when she lost narrowly to Molik in last month's Sydney International final.

"When we saw Sam play Alicia in the final of the Sydney event, where she lost 7-5 in the third and was within a couple of points of winning, a lot of people said that Alicia will be the world's No. 1," Alexander said.

"Well, Sam is only 20, so I'll make the assumption right now that Sam will make No. 1 in the world, too."

Should he be correct, it would be a remarkable turnaround for Australian women's tennis, so long in the doldrums, and with the Fed Cup team facing a long haul to break back into the elite World Group, starting with the Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie.

"She (Stosur) is full of confidence and her form is outstanding," Alexander said.

Joining Stosur in the squad are Fed Cup stalwart Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and newcomer Bryanne Stewart.

Alexander gave his blessing to Molik skipping the tie. With few ranking points to defend in the first half of the year, she has a great opportunity to storm up the top 10.

"By agreement, Alicia is not going to play this first match," Alexander said. "Alicia has a real opportunity to achieve a No. 1 world ranking.

"She has a particular schedule designed to do that. The Fed Cup is an awkward date and the geographical location for these first events it really would have stuffed up the first part of her year.

"When someone has a great opportunity like this we have to be behind them."

Molik intends to play a tier one event in Charleston, South Carolina, instead of the cup tie.

Grand slam-winning doubles player Rennae Stubbs was also unavailable. She is still to resolve her dispute with Tennis Australia over a $4000 fine.

Stubbs was fined by former Fed Cup coach Mark Woodforde for arriving late in Moscow last year.

"If TA want me to play, they need to approach me, someone like Geoff (Pollard, TA president) or someone else involved in the decision to proceed with the fine," Stubbs said.

Australia will face challenges from China, Chinese Taipei, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and Kazakhstan in New Delhi.

The top nations will advance to a Group 2 qualifying tie on July 9-10, with the chance to secure a berth in the World Group next year.

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Fed Cup to go ahead without star player

February 15, 2005

AUSTRALIA will go into their Fed Cup Asia-Oceania Zone Group round robin series in India in April without leading player Alicia Molik.

The world No.10 was not included in the squad announced yesterday for the April tie because she wanted to concentrate on her quest to become the world's top-ranked player, Australia's new Fed Cup captain John Alexander said.

"By agreement, Alicia is not going to play this first match," Alexander said at the squad announcement.

"Alicia has a real opportunity to achieve a No.1 world ranking.

"She has a particular schedule designed to do that. The Fed Cup is an awkward date and the geographical location for these first events -- it really would have stuffed up the first part of her year.

"When all things are considered Tennis Australia has to consider looking after our players holistically and when someone has a great opportunity like this, we have to be behind them."

Current world No.1 Lindsay Davenport needed more than two and a half hours to defeat Molik 6-4 4-6 9-7 in their quarter-final at last month's Australian Open in Melbourne.

The Australian squad for the Fed Cup will be led by world No.46 Samantha Stosur and includes Fed Cup stalwart Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and Bryanne Stewart.

"Were all focused on performing our best in India and taking the first step towards reclaiming a place in the Fed Cup World Group," Alexander said.

Eight nations are involved in the round robin competition from April 18 to 24 in New Delhi.

The other competing nations are China, Taiwan, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and Kazakhstan.

The top two nations will advance to a World Group II qualifying tie to be played on July 9-10 for the chance to secure a place in the top 16 nations for the 2006 Fed Cup competition.

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Molik aims for top spot
February 14, 2005

World No.10 Alicia Molik has turned her back on Australia's Federation Cup tie against India in a quest to become the world's top-ranked women's player.

Molik was a glaring omission from the Australian squad announced on Monday for April's Asia/Oceania Zone Group One Fed Cup tie in New Delhi, the first step in a long quest to again rejoin the World Group.

New Fed Cup captain John Alexander has given Molik his blessing to miss the tie and instead put all of her energies into becoming the world No.1.

"By agreement, Alicia is not going to play this first match," said Alexander, who hinted Molik could achieve the feat by the middle of the year if she held her current form.

"Alicia has a real opportunity to achieve a number one world ranking.

"She has a particular schedule designed to do that. The Fed Cup is an awkward date and with the geographical location for this first event it really would have stuffed up the first part of her year."

The first six months of the year represent Molik's best chance to make further inroads into the rankings, as she has comparatively fewer rankings points to defend than during her white-hot finish to 2004.

Molik's manager, Pete Smylie, confirmed that her assault on the top spot will recommence at the Proximus Diamond Games in Antwerp, where she has the bye in the first round.

"She wants to take advantage of where she is now so as not to put undue pressure on herself in the second half of the year," Smylie said of her quest for rankings points.

"It's a chance to establish herself in the top 10, even top five in the world.

"Then she can go into the French Open and Wimbledon where she didn't do that well last year but has the potential to do well."

Molik's packed itinerary takes her to tournaments in Doha and Dubai, with only a week's rest before heading to Miami for the Nasdaq 100 beginning on March 21. She is then scheduled for four more tournaments before the French Open.

However, Smylie played down talk of Molik reaching top spot come Wimbledon.

"John Alexander may be saying that, but she just wants to do the best she can and establish herself at the top of the game," Smylie said.

"She knows she can beat anybody and her ultimate goal is to be number one, but there are probably 10 other players with that goal as well.

"She has always been committed to Fed Cup, she's played the last seven years, but all she is worried about now is those first six months.

"If she plays well, everything will look after itself."

Alexander said that he was "absolutely certain" Molik will be available for future Fed Cup ties.

"When all things are considered, Tennis Australia has to consider looking after our players wholistically and when someone has a great opportunity like this we have to be behind them, knowing that Alicia has played a lot of Fed Cup in the past and we look forward to her rejoining us again."

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Stosur tipped for heights
by Adrian Proszenko
February 14, 2005

SAMANTHA Stosure and Alicia Molik may be headed for the women's tennis No.1 ranking, new Australian Fed Cup captain John Alexander said today.

He made the claim today when announcing world No.46 Stosur would lead his first cup squad against India in April while world No.10 Molik is given a leave pass to pursue the top ranking.

It's a bold statement about a player who has only just broken into the top 50 and has yet to win a WTA Tour singles title but Alexander pointed to Stosur's performance when she lost narrowly to Molik in last month's Sydney tournament final.

"When we saw Sam play Alicia in the final of the Sydney event, where she lost 7-5 in the third and was within a couple of points of winning, a lot of people said that Alicia will be the world's No.1," Alexander said.

"Well Sam is only 20, so I'll make the assumption right now that Sam will make No.1 in the world, too."

Should he be proved correct it would be a remarkable turnaround for Australian women's tennis, so long in the doldrums and with the Fed Cup team facing a long haul to break back into the elite World Group, starting with the Asia/Oceania Zone Group One tie in India.

"She (Stosur) is full of confidence and her form is outstanding," Alexander said.

Joining Stosur in the squad is Fed Cup stalwart Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and newcomer Bryanne Stewart.

Alexander gave his blessing to Molik skipping the tie as she did the one that saw Australia relegated last year before she began her great run of form at the Olympics.

With few ranking points to defend in the first half of the year, she has a great opportunity to storm through the top 10.

"By agreement, Alicia is not going to play this first match," Alexander said.

"Alicia has a real opportunity to achieve a No.1 world ranking."

"She has a particular schedule designed to do that. The Fed Cup is an awkward date and the geographical location for these first events it really would have stuffed up the first part of her year.

"When all things considered Tennis Australia has to consider looking after our players wholistically and when someone has a great opportunity like this we have to be behind them."

Stosur said that she wouldn't be overawed by the pressure of leading the squad in Molik's absence.

"I'm going to go out there and handle it like any other match," Stosur said.

"Whether she was here or not or if I'm the No.1 (Australian) player or No.2 doesn't really matter.

"You've got to take every match as it comes and that's what I'll be doing."

The promising Queenslander said the final against Molik in Sydney had given her plenty of confidence for the season ahead.

"It was only my second appearance in a final and it was a new experience, but it was great for me," Stosur said.

"Playing her and doing as well as I did I was quite pleased, but I was disappointed I couldn't get the win after coming so close. I'm just going to learn from it.

"I've had a great run and I'm pretty confident right now."

Dominikovic, who returns to national duties after overcoming chronic fatigue syndrome, will have first-hand knowledge of the local conditions after returning yesterday from an Indian tournament.

Australia's tie against India is the first step towards the World Group.

Alexander hopes to propel his squad back into the second tier of nations by next year, but a main draw birth won't be possible until 2007, at best.

Should the Australians prevail against India, Molik is "almost certain" she will rejoin the squad for the team's next tie.

"She sent a fax to the team wishing us all the best ... she loves playing Fed Cup," Alexander said.

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Aussies 'can win without Molik'
February 14, 2005

NEW Federation Cup captain John Alexander is confident that Australia will rejoin the World group, even without Alicia Molik.

World No.10 Molik was the glaring omission today when Alexander announced a squad for India in April's Asia/Oceania Zone Group One tie.

World No.46 Samantha Stosur will lead a squad that includes cup veteran Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and newcomer Bryanne Stewart.

Alexander said Molik will concentrate on her quest to become the world's No.1 player.

"By agreement, Alicia is not going to play this first match," he said.

"Alicia has a real opportunity to achieve a No.1 world ranking.

"She has a particular schedule designed to do that. The Fed Cup is an awkward date and the geographical location for these first events it really would have stuffed up the first part of her year.

"When all things considered Tennis Australia has to consider looking after our players wholistically, and when someone has a great opportunity like this we have to be behind them."

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Last Update: Tuesday, February 15, 2005. 2:00pm AEDT

Molik absence no problem, says Stosur

Samantha Stosur says the absence of world number 10 Alicia Molik will have no effect on Australia's Fed Cup qualifying chances in April.

Yesterday Molik decided not to take part in the Asia and Oceania zone qualifiers in New Delhi, instead opting to stay in Europe in a drive to improve her world ranking.

World number 46 Stosur said she was confident the Australian women could win the tournament even without their highest-ranked player.

"I think we can still do well without her there," she said. "Hopefully she will be able to play in the ties ahead but we can certainly do it without her there - no problems at all."

Stosur, Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and newcomer Bryanne Stewart were yesterday named in the Australian team for the qualifiers.

Stosur has been chosen to lead the side and says each member of the team is supportive and familiar with the other's games.

"Bryanne's my permanent partner now so we are pretty experienced together, but I played with Nicole at the Olympics and I think I played with Evie a couple of times a couple of years back and we did well together as well.

"So I think no matter who JA [Fed Cup captain John Alexander] decides to put in the doubles we will have a good couple of people out on the court," she said.

Alexander has said that Molik has the team's blessing in opting to miss the matches.

Eight nations are involved in the round robin competition from April 18 to April 24 in New Delhi. The other competing nations are China, Taiwan, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and Kazakhstan.

The top two nations will advance to a World Group II qualifying tie to be played on July 9-10 for the chance to secure a place in the top 16 nations for the 2006 Fed Cup competition.

Molik is playing in this week's WTA tour event in Antwerp, where she is the fourth seed.

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MOLIK IN WINNING RETURN

Alicia Molik, who impressed everyone en route to the quarter-finals at the Australian Open last month, made a winning return to action at the WTA Event in Antwerp.

Her opponent, Bulgaria's Magdalena Maleeva, pushed the powerful Australian all the way, winning the first set 6-4 before Molik struck back.

Magdelena found herself on the back foot almost throughout the match, but combined consistency with guile to keep herself in the game.

Molik, however, could not be subdued. Despite a number of unforced errors, the Australian's power began to tell and she finally prevailed in a third set tiebreak, having saved match points herself.

14:30 MOLIK FINALLY WINS 9-7 ON THE TIEBREAK WHEN MALEEVA NETS A FOREHAND!!! What a match - it couldn't have been any closer!

14:28 Maleeva saves it with an ace.. and then lobs Molik beautifully to set up a match-point of her own!

14:26 Molik comes back once again.. forcing the mini-break and setting up a match-point at 6-5!

14:24 Molik is trying to be assertive, but her groundstrokes are getting wilder... she is 4-2 down at the changeover.

14:22 Awful error from Molik at 1-1 to give away a mini-break.. sending a simple passing forehand long.

14:18 Molik holds once more to level at 6-6... WE WILL HAVE A DECIDING TIE-BREAK!

14:13 Molik finally forces a break point at 30-40.. but sends a simple forehand into the tramlines!! Maleeva takes full advantage of the let-off, holding for a 6-5 lead..

14:08 Molik holds for 5-5...

14:05 Somehow Maleeva is managing to hold onto her service games - despite being on the back foot almost constantly... she now leads 5-4 and Molik is serving to stay in the match!

14:00 Molik rounds off an easy hold with an ace.. 4-4 - we are nearing a conclusion one way or the other..

13:56 A tense game.. Molik forces a break point, which Maleeva saves with a hotly-disputed ace.. and the Bulgarian goes on to hold for a 4-3 lead.

13:49 Molik holds again.. 3-3. Which player will crack first??

13:41 Maleeva looks exhausted as Molik holds comfortably for 2-2..

13:37 What a game.. Molik runs her heart out but Maleeva stays cool to save another break point before closing out for 2-1..

13:36 This time Maleeva is not so lucky.. Molik sends a forehand deep at 30-30, which Maleeva cannot return... but the Bulgarian plays the next point fantastically, winning it with a drive-forehand volley.. deuce.

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Defiant Molik storms back
From correspondents in Brussels
February 18, 2005

ALICIA Molik battled past Bulgarian Magdalena Maleeva 4-6 6-2 7-6 (9-7) in the second round of the Antwerp Open overnight.

The South Australian dropped the opening set before coming back to win the third set tiebreaker 9-7.

In other matches top seed Amelie Mauresmo swept aside French compatriot Mary Pierce 6-4 6-1.

Mauresmo said: "My game is becoming more and more aggressive but at the same time I am able to remain calm and focused. I know that tennis can be disappointing but I am only thinking about the good things that it can bring."

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Posted: 18 February 2005 0729 hrs

Tennis: Mauresmo and Molik make Antwerp quarter-finals

ANTWERP, Belgium : Top seeded Frenchwoman Amelie Mauresmo and Australia's Alicia Molik, the fifth seed, reached the quarter-finals of the WTA tournament in contrasting styles.


Mauresmo cruised past compatriot Mary Pierce for the second time in a week with a 6-4, 6-1 victory to add to her win in Paris last week and now takes on Switzerland's Patty Schnyder for a place in the semi-finals.

"I felt fine today, everything went smoothly, I served well and won the important games," said Mauresmo.

"I will need this level of tennis to beat Schnyder, because she started this year really well. She was very strong at the Australian Open and is an oppenent I have a high regard for."

Molik, a quarter-finalist at the Australian Open, had to come back from a set down to defeat veteran Bulgarian Magdalena Maleeva 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (9/7) and now meets Klara Koukalova of the Czech Republic.

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Molik through to Antwerp semis

BRUSSELS, Feb 18 (Reuters) - In-form Australian Alicia Molik raced through to the semi-finals of the Antwerp Diamond Games tournament with a 6-3 6-4 win over Czech Klara Koukalova on Friday.

The fourth seed, a quarter-finalist at the Australian Open in January, will face the winner of the match between French top seed Amelie Mauresmo and Patty Schnyder of Switzerland in the last four.

A single break was enough for Molik to clinch the first set and she was quickly 5-1 up in the second. Koukalova fought back to 5-4 before Molik wrapped up victory on serve.

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