Jun 3rd, 2004, 05:31 AM
QF Berlin May 9 2004 J Capriati(6) - A Myskina(4) 6-3 6-2
SF Doha Mar 7 2004 A Myskina(3) - J Capriati(2) 6-2 6-2
RR Championsh Nov 9 2003 J Capriati(3) - A Myskina(5) 7-5 5-7 6-4
4 Wimbledon July 6 2003 J Capriati(8) - A Myskina(10) 6-2 6-3
QF Charleston Apr 21 2002 J Capriati(1) - A Myskina 6-0 7-5
3 Key Bisc. Mar 31 2002 J Capriati(1) - A Myskina(32) 3-6 7-5 6-2
Jun 3rd, 2004, 08:36 AM
Venus once lead Myskina 2-0;)...
logically thinking it should be an easy one for Jen, but Myskina has the guts to win this one, again no pressure on her, right now sheīs on her careerīs peak, she will do everything to get this head-to-head a little bit out balanced.
On the other side itīs Jen, 28 years old who desperately wants to fight for this trophea and to show the people sheīs back on track. She defeated Myskina in Berlin in straight easy sets, but donīt forget that it was only her second match on clay and now sheīs improving from match to match at the FO. Furthermore Jen had mental problems during the second set of her match against Serena, she should have closed out this one easily, if she had just continued her great 1st set game. She just canīt let that happen against Myskina, since the russian (FINALLY!) got over her bad temper and stays cool (she defeated three Breakpoints of Venus when she was serving for the match and didnīt throw her racket once...!!!lol).
Well letīs wait and see...
Jun 3rd, 2004, 11:43 AM
gooooooo jen make it 6-1 :D
Jun 3rd, 2004, 12:01 PM
...and that is the reason why Jen will beat Myskina and show her the door! :devil: Doha was just an accident because Jen wasn`t fully back in shape after her injury time out. :cool:
C ya in the final, Jen! :wavey: