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for-sure
Apr 6th, 2004, 07:22 PM
Match Summary Navratilova Sequera
1st Serve % 63% 58%
Aces 3 2
Double Faults 0 5
Winning % - 1st Serve Pts. 29 of 52 = 56% 25 of 45 = 56%
Winning % - 2nd Serve Pts. 14 of 30 = 47% 20 of 32 = 63%
Winners (including service) 28 37
Unforced Errors 38 31
Break Point Conversions 4 of 7 = 57 % 5 of 15 = 33 %
Net Approaches 15 of 36 = 42 % 8 of 11 = 73 %
Total Points Won 75 84
Fastest Match Serve Speed 100 MPH 96 MPH
Average Match Serve Speed 90 MPH 86 MPH

RAA
Apr 6th, 2004, 07:52 PM
martina's serves at 47 were faster than milagros'.. not that it did her much good..

Martina's net play seems off. she came to net a lot but clearly it didn't work for her. well, clay is not grass...

udachi Elena
Apr 6th, 2004, 07:55 PM
looks like unforced errors for Martina made the difference in this game..

aerosolmajik
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:31 PM
Match Summary Navratilova Sequera
1st Serve % 63% 58%
Aces 3 2
Double Faults 0 5
Winning % - 1st Serve Pts. 29 of 52 = 56% 25 of 45 = 56%
Winning % - 2nd Serve Pts. 14 of 30 = 47% 20 of 32 = 63%
Winners (including service) 28 37
Unforced Errors 38 31
Break Point Conversions 4 of 7 = 57 % 5 of 15 = 33 %
Net Approaches 15 of 36 = 42 % 8 of 11 = 73 %
Total Points Won 75 84
Fastest Match Serve Speed 100 MPH 96 MPH
Average Match Serve Speed 90 MPH 86 MPH

LOL! @ the serve speed!!!

ptkten
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:36 PM
I think that shows you though how hard Martina has been working To still be able to hit serves at 100 mph at 47 is incredible. I giver her credit for still being competitive with people 20 years younger on her worst surface. People are giving her shit for coming back but if she can be competitive, then i don't see a problem with her playing

mboyle
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:44 PM
wow. That is amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing:eek: :eek: :eek: ! Martina really should make a full-fledged comeback. Obviously, she could still be a top 50 player, at nearly 50 years old:eek: :lol: !!!!!

for-sure
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:46 PM
wow. That is amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing:eek: :eek: :eek: ! Martina really should make a full-fledged comeback. Obviously, she could still be a top 50 player, at nearly 50 years old:eek: :lol: !!!!!
lol

bandabou
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:46 PM
Man...this Seguara girl.....

raquel
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:50 PM
I am not surprised at Milagros's serve speed. Her arms are rake thin. Even at 47 Martina has a more powerful arm and upper body. I watched Milagros play Conchita at Wimbledon last year and it was not pretty. The match lasted nearly 3 hours, Conchita was literally hobbling around the court and still came back from 5-2 or 5-3 down in the third to win. Milagros did not even have the firepower to put the ball past an injured Conchita, but I guess playing a 47 year old who has only covered a singles court twice since 1994 was easier to outlast.

- L i n a -
Apr 6th, 2004, 08:51 PM
wow. That is amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing:eek: :eek: :eek: ! Martina really should make a full-fledged comeback. Obviously, she could still be a top 50 player, at nearly 50 years old:eek: :lol: !!!!!
Obviously!

Because Top 50 players regularly lose to players ranked in the 90s!

Celeste
Apr 6th, 2004, 10:57 PM
I am not surprised at Milagros's serve speed. Her arms are rake thin. Even at 47 Martina has a more powerful arm and upper body. I watched Milagros play Conchita at Wimbledon last year and it was not pretty. The match lasted nearly 3 hours, Conchita was literally hobbling around the court and still came back from 5-2 or 5-3 down in the third to win. Milagros did not even have the firepower to put the ball past an injured Conchita, but I guess playing a 47 year old who has only covered a singles court twice since 1994 was easier to outlast.
LOL, it sounds like Martina really had a "worthy" opponent today. Everybody is trashing this girl, it does sound like she's in the Top 100 based on one tournament and is otherwise pretty crappy. I can't imagine the pressure of having to have played this match. It makes you feel sorry for this girl, but with her record this year, I guess the second round of a Tier II isn't so bad, no matter how you got there.

ace4lleykim
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:05 PM
Navratilova had 5 ACES!!!!!!!!:eek:

Celeste
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:09 PM
If the girl has "rake-like" arms I guess she doesn't return serves too good or doesn't even try to go for them. While I have mixed feelings about Martina, she did show some guts today going out there in singles and not getting beaten too badly. This player sounds pretty crappy by all accounts. Were the 5 aces in the first set, when the girl apparently was overwhelmed by the moment, or before Martina wilted due to age?

Rocketta
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:16 PM
Sequera is not a crappy player...:fiery:

She is tiny! She's barely 5 feet. I know she does not weigh a hundred pounds but people seem to forget that she was getting some of the biggest wins of her career last year when she broke a bone on court last year and was thought to be out for months but came back realitively soon. She's just getting back into form...It takes players a while to get their game strength back.

She was very powerful for her size. I saw her at Charleston last year. I'm not understanding this she's really weak. Her serve may be but her groundstrokes are definitely not. She is a very solid clay court player.

Celeste
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:22 PM
Sorry, but the way she's described, it sounds like she's not too hard to beat. I'm going to PM you about Charleston.

Rocketta
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:25 PM
Yeah I looked it up she made it to the final of Quebec City beating Mary Pierce 6-4, 6-0 and Marion Bartoli and while playing Sharapova in the Finals broke her leg (I believe it was her leg I can't remember) in October. She came back in January which was probably too soon but didn't win a match on the regular tour until Amelia Island qualifying... this being her 2nd.

I'm not understanding the need to run down Milagros a player people know nothing about to make a point about Martina especially when we haven't seen the match or read reports of the match? :confused:

Rocketta
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:26 PM
Sorry, but the way she's described, it sounds like she's not too hard to beat. I'm going to PM you about Charleston.
No, I'm not saying you're saying she's crappy. I think people have described her as crappy as well in this thread. She's not crappy. :)

Ok about the PM.

Jakeev
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:31 PM
Yeah I looked it up she made it to the final of Quebec City beating Mary Pierce 6-4, 6-0 and Marion Bartoli and while playing Sharapova in the Finals broke her leg (I believe it was her leg I can't remember) in October. She came back in January which was probably too soon but didn't win a match on the regular tour until Amelia Island qualifying... this being her 2nd.

I'm not understanding the need to run down Milagros a player people know nothing about to make a point about Martina especially when we haven't seen the match or read reports of the match? :confused:
Well Milagros did have that big doubles win with Lisa McShea in Mexico two months ago so she has been in the winners circle this year. The stats do say she had 9 more winners than Martina so I have to assume she won the big points better than Martina could.

Rocketta
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:34 PM
Well Milagros did have that big doubles win with Lisa McShea in Mexico two months ago so she has been in the winners circle this year. The stats do say she had 9 more winners than Martina so I have to assume she won the big points better than Martina could.Yeah I know that and you know that but apparently some other people have forgotten....;)


pssst and it wasn't her first win this season either....;)

charmedRic
Apr 6th, 2004, 11:44 PM
What happened to Kristina?

Can someone PM me?