two days after her birthday (17), selima valetine woke up from coma (after two and a half weeks) in the charleston state hospital.
"she's still not able to move from charleston to the hospital in hamburg. but we are sure that in a few days she can have a flight over." said dr. tender, the hospital director.
lasse adabisi left the hospital a few days ago, but still is in charleston.
"i suppose that after two or three weeks, we'll see, if selima will be ready to play tennis again, to start her practise," said anothr doc.
she will definetly not be able to play tournaments until wimbledon. but she will probably skip wimbledon (where she has many points to defend), as there will not be enough time to prepre for the grass court season.
Jane Wong is delighted to hear good news from Selima, 'She is a player with such fierve competitiveness, but off the court she is the nicest most humble girl I ahve ever talked to on the tour. I hope she come back soon, but more importantly hope she can be healthy and happy.'
"I am happy that Selima is progressing. As a hospital patient just a few months back, I can really relate."
-- Lindsay Anne Sarile
It's not shyness I have. It's just that I'm not one of those people who loves to open a newspaper of magazine and see myself all the time. I don't like that at all. I prefer to play my tennis which I love, and with which I've been blessed.
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