View Full Version : GO PAOLA! thread- goin' 4 the last one!

papa noel
Jun 8th, 2005, 01:56 AM
4 Roland Garros
3 US Open
1 Australian Open
.....and this year has to be THE year! :yeah:

:bounce: GO PAO ,GO PAO!! :bounce:

praying 4 the doubles' title but if u can get some points in the singles! greaaaat!! :D

Jun 8th, 2005, 08:56 AM
Good luck Paola :worship: I hope you and Vivi can clinch it!

papa noel
Jun 17th, 2005, 06:55 PM
Ladies' Singles First Round

Amelie Mauresmo FRA (3) v. Paola Suarez ARG

(tough match but got faith! :worship: )

:bounce: GO PAO ,GO PAO!! :bounce:

Ladies' Doubles First Round

Virginia Ruano Pascual ESP (1) / Paola Suarez ARG (1)
Silvia Farina Elia ITA / Roberta Vinci ITA

(first step to win the title! :yeah: )

papa noel
Jun 17th, 2005, 08:35 PM
Preview: Wimbledon 2005 (Paola v Mauresmo)

(WTA's site - June 16 ,2005)

The Wimbledon ladies' singles draw, which took place on Thursday, is
sure to provide some exciting match-ups in the early rounds as well
as in the second week. The following is a look at the 2005 draw,
assessing some of the most exciting potential encounters throughout
the seven rounds.

Our picks for most intriguing first round matches begin with No.3
seed Amelie Mauresmo, who will open against 56th-ranked Paola Suarez.
The two players squared off in the quarterfinals last year, with the
fourth-seeded Mauresmo ousting a ninth-seeded Suarez in three sets.
Suarez has seen her ranking fall due to injuries to her leg and neck
earlier this season, but has won two of her five prior meetings
against the 25-year-old Frenchwoman. Mauresmo, a two-time Wimbledon
semifinalist, has reached three finals this year on the Sony Ericsson
WTA Tour, winning at Antwerp and Rome, while Suarez also had her best
run at Rome, ousting then-7th-ranked Svetlana Kuznetsova in straight
sets en route to a third round finish.


Jun 17th, 2005, 10:01 PM
Pull off the big upset Paola!

papa noel
Jun 20th, 2005, 08:38 PM
From Fox Sports/Covers.com:

WITHDRAWAL: Argentina`s Paola Suarez withdrew Saturday from singles
and doubles because of a hip injury.

Suarez and Virginia Ruano Pascual of Spain have combined to win eight
Grand Slam titles, including the French Open two weeks ago. They were
top-seeded in the women`s doubles and were the Wimbledon runners-up
in 2002 and 2003.

They were replaced in the draw by Els Callens of Belgium and
Emmanuelle Gagliardi of Switzerland. Lucky losers Edina Gallovits of
Romania and Angela Haynes of the United States advanced to the main

Suarez`s place in the singles was taken by lucky loser Melinda Czink
of Hungary.

Hate 2005! :fiery: stupid luck! :mad: