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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old Oct 20th, 2003, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Elena Dementieva Cheering Thread

I'm pretty sure Elena is gona make it to the YEC and thought she needs her own cheering thread (not the other one which is cheering the downfall of Venus).

So good luck to Elena! I hope she recreates the magic she showed at the Chase 2000.

Kick ass girl!
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Good luck here Elena!!!! You can do lots of damage!

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Yep, I think Elena can do some major damage too! I think she is very underrated indoors and definitely has the power game to trouble the Blegians and Williams.

Gooooo Elena!
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I saw Elena when she defeated Chanda in Bali. It was a wonderful tennis she played. Her acuracy in putting forehand balls right on the line had caused big troubles to the top seed player.

She's beautiful and friendly. I got her signatures on my tournament guide books.

I hope she'll do her best in The Championships.
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Apparently Elena has confirmed her position!

Looking forward to seeing Elena back in action!
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Dementieva Qualifies for WTA Tour Championships presented by Porsche

October 27, 2003

ST. PETERSBURG, FL – World No. 8 Elena Dementieva has qualified for the Bank of America WTA Tour Championships presented by Porsche, the WTA Tour announced today, setting the stage for a furious chase during this final week for the remaining spots in the coveted field.

Dementieva, 21, is currently seventh in the Porsche Race to the Championships standings with 2,324 points. One of the rising stars on the WTA Tour, Dementieva of Russia has flourished this season, winning three tournaments (Amelia Island, Bali and Shanghai) and reaching four other semifinals (Paris Indoors, Toronto, New Haven and Moscow).

Dementieva joins World No. 1 Kim Clijsters, World No. 2 Justine Henin-Hardenne, Jennifer Capriati and Amelie Mauresmo in the eight-player round robin singles field at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. World No. 3 Serena Williams and World No. 4 Lindsay Davenport both qualified for the WTA Tour Championships, but have withdrawn because of injuries.

There are six players – Anastasia Myskina (2,244 points), Venus Williams (2,211 points), Ai Sugiyama (2,124 points), Chanda Rubin (2,116 points), Nadia Petrova (1,862 points) and Vera Zvonareva (1,831 points) – waging a fierce battle for the remaining three singles spots. All of those players except Venus Williams are entered in this week’s Advanta Championships in Philadelphia, which is the final chance to clinch a place in the WTA Tour Championships. Only 413 points separate the six players.

Depending on bonus points, Myskina will likely qualify if she avoids an early-round upset. Sugiyama and Rubin could earn spots if they at least reach the quarterfinals. Petrova or Zvonareva have only a mathematical chance to earn a ticket to Los Angeles.

This year’s WTA Tour Championships features a new format that involves eight players competing in a round-robin singles format that pays the winner a record-tying $1 million, equaling the largest winner’s check in women’s sports.



LIVE COVERAGE from Bali http://travelandtennisworld.blogspot.com/

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Steffi Graf, Kimiko Date, Yayuk Basuki, Monica Seles, Martina Hingis, Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Justine Henin, Elena Dementieva, Patty Schnyder, Angelique Widjaja, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic, Sabine Lisicki
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So, it's official now. The best of luck to you, Elena. Can't wait to see you playing. You are the real entertainer on court.
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..hope more russian Girls will take part in this tourney..

and how far they gonna 'go' in this tourney..?!!
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Now its confirmed, its great!

Go Elena, I hope she is getting ready to attack!

And I hope she can upset the Belgian domination!!
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Go Elena!
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Sure we want her to win, but to be honest she might be just to tired. I hope that's not true.
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I don't think Elena will be too tired. She will have had three weeks off by next Weds!

Physically I think she can survive, its the mental challenge of staying in the points.

Having played no matches, I hope she's stored up her mental energy and is ready to fight at the YEC.

She really has a chance of going far in this tournament. I'm really looking forward to watching her on TV!
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Good luck to Elena !
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Come on Elena!! Kick some butt!

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