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I know And always some bizarre actions Last year the racquet smashing, this year...

It's clear that AO must be his favorite slam, but one would think he would eventually get tired of drama.

And lmao at Lisicki. She's such a mental midget, it's pitful.

Fran and Petra are gonna play such a shitfest, I can't see them doing anything else here.
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You have no idea how pissed I was when she made that horrible decision, I'm glad this happened, when you make brainless decisions so many times, this is what you deserve.
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Yes, Ricardo is an underrated coach, definitely. I secretly hoped this would finally be a season when she would have her lost shot at a slam, but she doesn't deserve it. It wouldn't be fair, just look how hard some players like Errani, Kerber or Aga are working. Brain and hard work >>>>>> talent
I agree on both counts. Nadia is a and Ricardo seems like a quality coach with lousy luck. I feel really bad for him. He and Jelena could have done so much more if only Jelena had been more committed to success... and less spoilt.

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Talk about difficult choices.


EDIT: ...and after her thunderous comeback in Brisbane, Pavlyu loses the first set to Tsurenko.

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Tsurenko served for the match and of course she lost her service game. Is she Jelena's friend?

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Looks like Pavs is gonna escape. Tsurenko had 5-1 lead
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...and she faces a MP after getting to 5-5!
EDIT: ...and loses.

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...and she faces a MP after getting to 5-5!
EDIT: ...and loses.
All of that hard work & good start to the season wasted
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All of that hard work & good start to the season wasted
I'm beginning to grasp why the average age of a TF poster is about 16 - one gets too old and tired for this WTA lunacy.

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I'm beginning to grasp why the average age of a TF poster is about 16 - one gets too old and tired for this WTA lunacy.
Indeed. The wasted potential of so many players due to being MM is disgusting.
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Indeed. The wasted potential of so many players due to being MM is disgusting.
This is a reason why ATP is more popular than WTA and why Agatha is #4.

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Nadia Again splits with another coach after her best form for a long time, then this Winning just 2 games

Nice for Kimiko, though.
Nadia's had more coaches than I've had hot dinners

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JELENA JANKOVIC: I think through or underneath, and then somehow -- I have no idea...

Q. It went through the net.
JELENA JANKOVIC: Through the net? Under the net?
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Yulia Putintseva's enthusiastic celebration
http://youtu.be/_63gPctanLk

The 18-year-old from Kazakhstan is ecstatic after knocking off American Christina McHale 6-1, 6-7(0), 6-2 in the first round of the 2013 Australian Open for her first-ever win in a Grand Slam main

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Yulia Putintseva's enthusiastic celebration
http://youtu.be/_63gPctanLk

The 18-year-old from Kazakhstan is ecstatic after knocking off American Christina McHale 6-1, 6-7(0), 6-2 in the first round of the 2013 Australian Open for her first-ever win in a Grand Slam main
Hilarious! It reminds me of Oudin's reaction when she won R1 of RG.
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^ Few months ago in Dubai, Jelena said that Putintseva has great potential & she’s going to be a great player in the future.

Why is McHale playing in shirt with long sleeves? (sunny and hot day)

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Didn't Jelena defeat her in Copenhagen, or that was some other child?
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