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I think Nicole and Karatancheva are the biggest talents around the world.

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yes nicole and sesil are very talented, alisa kleybanova has also been quite impressive and krajicek hasnt played many challenger/wta events so we will see what she can do later in the year but yeah i would say that nicole and sesil are certainly 2 of the most talented, maybe the 2 most talented in the world.

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Yes, but Nicole has had better results (in both Juniors and ITF's).


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Eggy I need your help.

Can Nicole play Acapulco? How many events is she allowed to play under the AER?

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Nicole can play there, lets hope so
either in qualies as she won Columbus
or in maindraw (finalist Midland) as another play-in as Craybas isnt playing

dont worry about her AER.
she can play a few tourns yet before her birthday. (4 more really)

from when she is 15 she can play 8 events. she should be making slam qualies on her own at the rate she is going which will give her Slam Exempt status (they wont count on her AER)

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Thnx Eggy!

Wow, if she can win a few rounds in Acapulco, Roland Garros qualies, here she comes!

Udachi Nicole.


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Well, Karatancheva already won a 50 K and beat Zheng.... I think you can compare them pretty well.

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Indeed, but the field Nicole competed with (and most conquered) at Midland was much stronger than that Sesil defeated with in China.
Sesil's 2 biggest wins were over Zheng and Obziler, while the younger Vaidisova defeated Sucha, Dulko and Voskoboeva, who were all higher ranked than Obziler.

Nicole also dismissed the ''fluke'' tag by following up the strong Midland performance with the win in Columbus.


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Indeed, but the field Nicole competed with (and most conquered) at Midland was much stronger than that Sesil defeated with in China.
Sesil's 2 biggest wins were over Zheng and Obziler, while the younger Vaidisova defeated Sucha, Dulko and Voskoboeva, who were all higher ranked than Obziler.

Nicole also dismissed the ''fluke'' tag by following up the strong Midland performance with the win in Columbus.
can we please not turn this thread into a battle between players. i like both players, and both are very talented. at this point you cant pick who is more talented (that is if one of them is more talented than the other, which im not even sure of coz they are so talented). anyway, just try and not blow this sort of stuff up. we want this place to be a great place to post so lets not be disrespectful or mean or critisize other players please (i realise at this point no one has but im just saying this before anything might happen).

however i do find it a bit disrespectful for someone to come into another players thread and say how good the other player is and that they have done better than the player whose thread it is, it just shouldnt be done imo.

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@ Gowza.

I can't wait for the Acapulco Main Draw to come out, can't wait to see if Nicole is indeed there and who she plays.


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yes! will be interesting to see if she is there and who she plays! her wta debut also!!!!!! very exciting!

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and good luck russians: dementieva, safina, kirilenko, sharapova, kuznetsova, bovina, zvonareva, dushevina.

also good luck to: azarenka, lucic, sprem, vakulenko, vaidisova, safarova, ivanovic, groenefeld, mirza, krajicek, kvitkova, larcher de brito, lisicki.
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I'm still dying for the Acapulco draw

Anywho, I found these articles about Nicole, thought I would post them here.


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Monday, February 2, 2004

Tennis Pressrelease: Nicole Vaidisova, Singles and Doubles finalist at 2004 Australian Open Junior Championships.

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Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy student, Nicole Vaidisova, is Singles and Doubles runner-up at 2004 Australian Open Junior Championships.

Bradenton, FL - 2 February 2004 - 14-year-old Nicole Vaidisova, who has trained at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy since age eleven, was the singles and doubles runner-up at the 2004 Australian Open Junior Championships held in Melbourne, Australia. In the 18-and-under singles event, which consisted of the best 64 players from around the world, Vaidisova, seeded third, lost in the final to Shahar Peer of Israel, 6-1, 6-4. In the doubles final, Vaidisova and fellow Czech, Veronkia Chvojkova, lost a tough match to Sheng-Nan Sun of China and Yung Jan Chang of Taipei 7-5, 6-3. This was Vaidisova?s first trip to Australia?s junior Grand Slam, one of the most prestigious ITF events of the year.

Vaidisova is also the current reigning 14-and-under female World Champion as well as the Girls 18 Orange Bowl Singles Champion. By winning the Orange Bowl title in Key Biscayne, she became the youngest 18-and-under champion since Anna Kournikova also, a Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy alum. Off the court, Vaidisova will be appearing in a "day in the life of" special called "No Strings" on the Tennis Channel (airing date not yet set).

"Nicole is growing, growing, growing," comments Nick Bollettieri. "It is very important that she keeps working hard physically and mentally as well as on her serve and volley technique, if she and her father want her to develop into a more aggressive player. But be patient, a serve and volley game takes time to develop. I, along with my entire staff, am very proud of her accomplishments."

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Tennis News: Vaidisova Wins a Second Professional Event

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World Tennis Cup of Columbus - Columbus, Ohio

Playing in only the third pro event of her career, 14-year-old Nicole Vaidisova won her second professional title, defeating Shuai Peng of China, 7-6 (2), 7-5, Sunday in the final of the $25,000 World Tennis Cup of Columbus, Ohio. Vaidisova, currently ranked fifth on the ITF World Junior Rankings, did not drop a set in any of her matches during the week and upset one player, No. 6 Sandra Kloesel of Germany, 6-3, 6-2, in the second round. Vaidisova, who previously won the $10,000 ITF Circuit event in Pitzen, Czech Republic, in October, was also a finalist last week at the $75,000 event in Midland, Mich., and has now won nine of her last 10 matches on the USTA Pro Circuit.


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Friday, February 20, 2004

Tennis News:Nicole Vaidisova: Junior Spotlight of the Week

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Birthdate: April 23, 1989
Birthplace: Nurnberg, Germany
Residence: Prague, Czech Republic
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 139 lbs.
Plays: Right-handed; two-handed backhand

It might be worth keeping an eye on Nicole Vaidisova. Currently ranked fifth on the ITF World Junior Rankings, the 14-year-old phenom from the Czech Republic has taken the junior tennis world by storm and is now beginning to make a name for herself at the professional level, as well.

Playing in only the second pro event of her career last week at the $75,000 Dow Corning Tennis Classic in Midland, Mich., Vaidisova advanced all the way to the final, where she lost to 29-year-old veteran and No. 2 seed Jill Craybas, 6-2, 6-4. The 6' 0" teenager knocked off two seeded players en route to the final, including top seed Martina Sucha of Slovakia, whom she crushed, 6-0, 6-2, in the quarterfinals, and No. 6 Gisela Dulko of Argentina, whom she beat, 6-4, 6-2, in the semis. She also was given the tournament?s Most Promising Newcomer Award during the week.

On the junior circuit, Vaidisova has started 2004 off strong, reaching the singles and doubles finals at last month?s Australian Open Junior Championships and winning the doubles title and advancing to the singles quarterfinals at the Uncle Toby's Australian Hardcourt Championships.

In 2003, she became the youngest girls' 18 Orange Bowl singles champion since Anna Kournikova won the title in 1995 at the age of 14 years, 6 months. She also captured the doubles title and reached the singles quarterfinals at the Eddie Herr International, finished runner-up in singles at the Kentucky International Junior Tennis Derby, and reached the semifinals of the BMW Junior Open, the LTA International Junior Tennis Championships - Roehampton, and the 39th Astrid Bowl Charleroi, Belgian International Junior Championships.


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