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Draws for Americas Zone Groups I and II

Americas Zone Group I

Venue: Carrasco Lawn Tennis Club, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Dates: 20-23 April
Surface: Red Clay, Outdoor

Pool A: Puerto Rico, Mexico, Uruguay, Bolivia
Pool B: Canada, Brazil, Cuba, Paraguay

Eight teams drawn into two pools of four. Pool winners play against each other on Saturday 23rd.


Bolivia
Maria-Fernanda Alvarez
Maria-Irene Squillaci-Sandoval
Monica Hoz de Vila
Viviana Rivero
Mr Marcelo Velarde (Captain)

Brazil
Maria-Fernanda Alves
Jenifer Widjaja
Larissa Carvalho
Joana Cortez
Mr Carlos-Jose Alves (Captain)

Canada
Marie-Eve Pelletier
Stephanie Dubois
Aleksandra Wozniak
Sharon Fichman
Miss Rene Simpson (Captain)

Cuba
Yamile Fors-Guerra
Yanet Nunez-Mojarena
Lumais Diaz-Hernandez
Mr Jose Ariel de la Cruz (Captain)

Mexico
Melissa Torres-Sandoval
Daniela Munoz- Gallegos
Erika Clarke-Magana
Marcela Arroyo-Vergara
Mr Oscar Ortiz (Captain)

Paraguay
Sarah Tami-Masi (Playing Captain)
Paola Doldan
Madeleine Madelaire
Amanda Melgarejo

Puerto Rico
Kristina Brandi
Vilmarie Castellvi
Bianca Gorbea
Jessica Roland-Rosario
Juan-Carlos Escudero (Captain)

Uruguay
Ana-Lucia Migliarini de Leon
Estefania Craciun
Maria-Eugenia Roca
Camila Belassi
Mr Jose-Luis Damiani (Captain)

Americas Zone Group II

Chile
Valentina Castro
Andrea Koch
Melisa Miranda
Ms Melisa Castro (Captain)

Colombia
Catalina Castano
Karen-Emelia Castiblanco-Duarte
Mariana Duque
Gabriela Mejia
Mr Pedro Luis Arroyave (Captain)

Dominican Republic
Kristel Izquierdo
Chandra Capozzi
Francesca Segarelli
Natalia Baez
Ms Madelina Sanchez (Captain)

Venezuela
Mariana Muci
Briggitt Marcovich
Marina Giral
Sarai Torres
Mr Roman Recarte (Captain)
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Well done Puerto Rico with your victory over Canada.

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Paraguay lost all matches 3-0

Cibulkova. Konta. Safarova. Osaka. Wozniacki. Radwanska. Kvitova. Puig. Cepede Royg.
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Paraguay lost all matches 3-0
I'm sorry Ranadalara.

I hope they will be totally successful in the next round.

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I think they got demoted to Zone II

Anyway if Rossana or Larissa Schaerer were playing for Paraguay, they would have won all their matches

Cibulkova. Konta. Safarova. Osaka. Wozniacki. Radwanska. Kvitova. Puig. Cepede Royg.
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I think they got demoted to Zone II

Anyway if Rossana or Larissa Schaerer were playing for Paraguay, they would have won all their matches
They will be fine and stay in their present Zone. It would have been great had Rosanna or Larissa to play for Paraguay.

I loved to watch Rossana play at Amelia Island (and on TV) and her little girl was sooo cute. She would run around the practice courts and pick up the balls for her mom and the other players. Everybody thought she was adorable.

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Yeah, i've heard that from many people

I really hope that Ana Paula will play tennis professionally when she's older

Cibulkova. Konta. Safarova. Osaka. Wozniacki. Radwanska. Kvitova. Puig. Cepede Royg.
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Well done Puerto Rico with your victory over Canada.

Usted los demostró que son sin valor.
Hey that's not nice
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Hey that's not nice
Edited only for YOU.

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Yeah, i've heard that from many people

I really hope that Ana Paula will play tennis professionally when she's older
Ana Paula is entertaining and fun to watch. That would be great if she does play pro tennis later on. She was on the "tour" at an early age.

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yeah, and coming from a sporting family (her husband was a pro football player), i think it's definately possible

Cibulkova. Konta. Safarova. Osaka. Wozniacki. Radwanska. Kvitova. Puig. Cepede Royg.
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Ana Paula can actually hit rpetty well already! The racket is longer than her entire body, the racket head is like 4 times beigger than her own head, but her technique is flawless already! In Rogers Cup, they made some showcourts tennis courses, and Ana Paula took part of one, all the people watching were in awe, not knowing who it was!

In quebec city the year before she was so cute, running for balls all around the courts, etc....I'd love a Seven Lee-Waters and Ana Paula Neffa-de-los-Rios doubles team in the future!

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yeah, and coming from a sporting family (her husband was a pro football player), i think it's definately possible
I did not know her hubby was a footballer! Great genes!!!!!!

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Ana Paula can actually hit rpetty well already! The racket is longer than her entire body, the racket head is like 4 times beigger than her own head, but her technique is flawless already! In Rogers Cup, they made some showcourts tennis courses, and Ana Paula took part of one, all the people watching were in awe, not knowing who it was!

In quebec city the year before she was so cute, running for balls all around the courts, etc....I'd love a Seven Lee-Waters and Ana Paula Neffa-de-los-Rios doubles team in the future!
That is sooo cute! She will have a good trainer/practice partner with her mom. Oh yes, those two would definitely be a great doubles team with the genes they have.

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