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LucasArg
Jul 7th, 2005, 10:39 AM
24 countries has representation in the top 100.


USA 14
RUS 14
FRA 8
ITA 8
CZE 8
JPN 5
ESP 5
ARG 3
CHN 3
CRO 3
BEL 2
AUS 2
COL 2
SVK 2
GER 2
UKR 2
ISR 2
SCG 2
BUL 2
THA 1
NED 1
SUI 1
GRE 1
IND 1
SLO 1
MAD 1
PUR 1
VEN 1
KOR 1
PUR 1


:wavey:


Russia has 12 players in the top 40. It is the dominating country at the moment.

I see so much future in Czech and Chinese players. They are coming strong.

VeeDaQueen
Jul 7th, 2005, 10:55 AM
the said thing is i can name most of those players. i have no life :sobbing:

ceiling_fan
Jul 7th, 2005, 11:08 AM
seems about right... and maybe ur life is watching pro tennis? :shrug:

Ellery
Jul 7th, 2005, 12:52 PM
Canada :( :sad:

Craigy
Jul 7th, 2005, 01:15 PM
WOOO GO USA.
And you need to fix the title.

crazillo
Jul 7th, 2005, 01:29 PM
USA 14 - most of them older, will have less players in some years
RUS 14 - story is known, many girls and many in the top, too
FRA 8 - has had slightly better times, but is still represented very well
ITA 8 - no real top-player who can win Slams, but good players overall
CZE 8 - finally better after slumping years
JPN 5 - players are a bit old and there isn't much hope for later years, but still
ESP 5 - most of them old, but there are some new faces who are rising
ARG 3 - should have more players in the top
CHN 3 - rising
CRO 3 - slumping players, but there is potential
BEL 2 - tennis-boom hasn't brought up new talents
AUS 2 - not enough for their standards
COL 2 - might be a high for COL to have two players in top-100
SVK 2 - could have more players there
GER 2 - even worse than a year ago although the top lady is a hope
UKR 2 - could have 1-2 more players there
ISR 2 - see above
SCG 2 - great days seem to be past
BUL 2 - nice to see someone after the Maleeva's, Pironkova might arrive there
THA 1 - nothing new, Tammy alone
NED 1 - finally a top-100 after Brenda, Miriam again
SUI 1 - not enough, where are Gagliardi etc.??
GRE 1 - only hope WAS and IS Daniilidou
IND 1 - nobody to expect from there soon
SLO 1 - should have more players there..... up to 4
MAD 1 - surprisingly great season for Dally
PUR 1 - borned American playing for PUR now
VEN 1 - nobody after Vento-Kabchi
KOR 1 - Cho needs some substitue

10nisfanofruz
Jul 7th, 2005, 01:37 PM
USA 14
RUS 14
Russia has 12 players in the top 40. It is the dominating country at the moment. :eek:

I am not surprised. ;) GO RUSSIA! :bounce:
How many American in the top 40? :confused:

Shonami Slam
Jul 7th, 2005, 03:39 PM
the countries with 2-3 players are the big question marks.
belguim are not going to provide anything good, Kim and Justine are sheer luck to be from the same country because they have nothing there.
china and croatia should really have more with time.
ukraine should have alot more up there, same with serbia and montenegro.
lastly, i do hope Israel, for just one week could have all top3 players in the top100.

PointBlank
Jul 7th, 2005, 05:15 PM
Actually Kristina was born Puerto Rican and raised in Miami. So she has every right to play for Puerto Rico. She plays for her country of birth. And Miami is basically Spanish city U.S.A.

And. Uberoi is a hope for India. And some other girl I cant think of her name but can beat Mirza in club tennis. Some Indian girl from tennis camp told me.

And. Israel has no hope of any more players soon. Fahoum is head dumb .

Brαm
Jul 7th, 2005, 09:46 PM
belguim are not going to provide anything good, Kim and Justine are sheer luck to be from the same country because they have nothing there.Yeah! I mean Kirsten Flipkens only won 2 junior slams (Wimbledon & US Open) and ended the 2003 season as number one, big deal! Oh and Aude Vermoezen winning a bronze medal at this week's Olympic Games for juniors, all sheer luck!!!!! :o

pcrtennis
Jul 7th, 2005, 09:49 PM
USA 14 - most of them older, will have less players in some years
RUS 14 - story is known, many girls and many in the top, too
FRA 8 - has had slightly better times, but is still represented very well
ITA 8 - no real top-player who can win Slams, but good players overall
CZE 8 - finally better after slumping years
JPN 5 - players are a bit old and there isn't much hope for later years, but still
ESP 5 - most of them old, but there are some new faces who are rising
ARG 3 - should have more players in the top
CHN 3 - rising
CRO 3 - slumping players, but there is potential
BEL 2 - tennis-boom hasn't brought up new talents
AUS 2 - not enough for their standards
COL 2 - might be a high for COL to have two players in top-100
SVK 2 - could have more players there
GER 2 - even worse than a year ago although the top lady is a hope
UKR 2 - could have 1-2 more players there
ISR 2 - see above
SCG 2 - great days seem to be past
BUL 2 - nice to see someone after the Maleeva's, Pironkova might arrive there
THA 1 - nothing new, Tammy alone
NED 1 - finally a top-100 after Brenda, Miriam again
SUI 1 - not enough, where are Gagliardi etc.??
GRE 1 - only hope WAS and IS Daniilidou
IND 1 - nobody to expect from there soon
SLO 1 - should have more players there..... up to 4
MAD 1 - surprisingly great season for Dally
PUR 1 - borned American playing for PUR now
VEN 1 - nobody after Vento-Kabchi
KOR 1 - Cho needs some substitue

That's not true at all.....3 of the 5 players are 25 years or younger and there are several young players quickly coming up the rankings, Only Ai(30) and Shinobu(29) are older..Nakamura(21), Fujiwara(23) and Morigami(25) are younger, plenty of years left!!!

Louis Cyphre
Jul 7th, 2005, 10:36 PM
Rankind of Countries in the 100 top players
I had the same idea but I`m too lazy to do it :o

charmedRic
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:05 AM
Actually Kristina was born Puerto Rican and raised in Miami. So she has every right to play for Puerto Rico. She plays for her country of birth. And Miami is basically Spanish city U.S.A.

And. Uberoi is a hope for India. And some other girl I cant think of her name but can beat Mirza in club tennis. Some Indian girl from tennis camp told me.

And. Israel has no hope of any more players soon. Fahoum is head dumb .

:worship: :worship: :worship: :worship: :wavey:

Darop.
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:10 AM
Actually Kristina was born Puerto Rican and raised in Miami. So she has every right to play for Puerto Rico. She plays for her country of birth. And Miami is basically Spanish city U.S.A.

And. Uberoi is a hope for India. And some other girl I cant think of her name but can beat Mirza in club tennis. Some Indian girl from tennis camp told me.

And. Israel has no hope of any more players soon. Fahoum is head dumb .

Hello dear fem, come on MSN now or I shall rape every bone in your body.

Did u know I met Nadine's brother, Fahoum Fahoum? :drool: He was playing at an ETA under 14 tournament in Siena.

jamatthews
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:17 AM
GBR :help:

njnetswill
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:20 AM
Hello dear fem, come on MSN now or I shall rape every bone in your body.

Did u know I met Nadine's brother, Fahoum Fahoum? :drool: He was playing at an ETA under 14 tournament in Siena.

How do you rape a bone?

Wait...forget I asked that question.

On topic: I agree that China and the Czech Republic are going to be big in a few years. Curiously, if "Yugoslavia" still existed as it did in decades past, they would be huge, rivaling USA and Russia in number of total players in the top 100.

arpox
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:49 AM
What about Poland???
49 (49) DOMACHOWSKA, MARTA POL 684.75 211.00 23

ezekiel
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:54 AM
USA 14 - most of them older, will have less players in some years
RUS 14 - story is known, many girls and many in the top, too
FRA 8 - has had slightly better times, but is still represented very well
ITA 8 - no real top-player who can win Slams, but good players overall
CZE 8 - finally better after slumping years
JPN 5 - players are a bit old and there isn't much hope for later years, but still
ESP 5 - most of them old, but there are some new faces who are rising
ARG 3 - should have more players in the top
CHN 3 - rising
CRO 3 - slumping players, but there is potential
BEL 2 - tennis-boom hasn't brought up new talents
AUS 2 - not enough for their standards
COL 2 - might be a high for COL to have two players in top-100
SVK 2 - could have more players there
GER 2 - even worse than a year ago although the top lady is a hope
UKR 2 - could have 1-2 more players there
ISR 2 - see above
SCG 2 - great days seem to be past
BUL 2 - nice to see someone after the Maleeva's, Pironkova might arrive there
THA 1 - nothing new, Tammy alone
NED 1 - finally a top-100 after Brenda, Miriam again
SUI 1 - not enough, where are Gagliardi etc.??
GRE 1 - only hope WAS and IS Daniilidou
IND 1 - nobody to expect from there soon
SLO 1 - should have more players there..... up to 4
MAD 1 - surprisingly great season for Dally
PUR 1 - borned American playing for PUR now
VEN 1 - nobody after Vento-Kabchi
KOR 1 - Cho needs some substitue

Well they'll be hard pressed to pass the great Monica Seles, But I think Jankovic and especially Ivanovic have a long and successful potential ahead of them. Don't you think so? :rolleyes:

arpox
Jul 8th, 2005, 01:00 AM
24 countries has representation in the top 100.


USA 14
RUS 14
FRA 8
ITA 8
CZE 8
JPN 5
ESP 5
ARG 3
CHN 3
CRO 3
BEL 2
AUS 2
COL 2
SVK 2
GER 2
UKR 2
ISR 2
SCG 2
BUL 2
THA 1
NED 1
SUI 1
GRE 1
IND 1
SLO 1
MAD 1
PUR 1
VEN 1
KOR 1
PUR 1


:wavey:


Russia has 12 players in the top 40. It is the dominating country at the moment.

I see so much future in Czech and Chinese players. They are coming strong.


That's 30 countries
and the number of players doesn't make 100 but 98

brunof
Jul 8th, 2005, 01:08 AM
That's not true at all.....3 of the 5 players are 25 years or younger and there are several young players quickly coming up the rankings, Only Ai(30) and Shinobu(29) are older..Nakamura(21), Fujiwara(23) and Morigami(25) are younger, plenty of years left!!!

I'm not sure about Ai's future, but I am guessing Asagoe will play into her early 30's at least, since she has been playing her best tennis over the past few years, and is now Japan's #1. Saori Obata's recent results would suggest she could be re-entering the top 100 soon, since she has about 9-10 more points to defend for the rest of the year. :o ;)

I'll say it again, I take my hat off to players such as Dally who have made careers for themselves through there hard work, and haven't relied on others to help them up the rankings, like Sharapova's entourage for example. :worship:

Aphrodite
Jul 8th, 2005, 01:17 AM
Bulgaria will have 3 in a few weeks, Pironkova needs about one more tournament and she is in. And quite frankly the way she has been playing she is headed for the top 50 by the end of the year mark my words especially with the heardcourts coming.

It would be very nice to see Bulgaria with 3 top 50 players by the end of the year, and esp since one is 15, one 17, and the other is a veteran who still poses a great threat on her day. They can learn from maggie. Just like kim and justine when sabine applemans left, only maggie much more succesful, hopefully tzveti and sesil will be in the top 10 in a few years giving bulgarian tennis something to be proud off.

Greece thats another story hopefully one day we will have some stars besides eleni.

crazillo
Jul 8th, 2005, 11:55 AM
Well they'll be hard pressed to pass the great Monica Seles, But I think Jankovic and especially Ivanovic have a long and successful potential ahead of them. Don't you think so? :rolleyes:

That's right, but I don't see them having top-5 players again.

crazillo
Jul 8th, 2005, 11:56 AM
That's not true at all.....3 of the 5 players are 25 years or younger and there are several young players quickly coming up the rankings, Only Ai(30) and Shinobu(29) are older..Nakamura(21), Fujiwara(23) and Morigami(25) are younger, plenty of years left!!!

Well, I think that those are good juniors, but behind Ai and Shino I don't see potential for top-20. That's what I meant.

C.MARTINEZ
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:01 PM
Spain should have more than 5 players in the top 100

but Marrero, Maria Antonia Sánchez and Magui Serna will return to the top 100, I´m sure.

Moreover, Laura Pous Tio will be top 50 very soon. ;) ;) ;)

goooo spanish!!!!!!!!!!! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Jackson.
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:27 PM
GBR = 0 :sobbing: :help: :o

Evie
Jul 8th, 2005, 12:33 PM
POLAND - (49) Marta Domachowska

Wiggly
Jul 8th, 2005, 01:51 PM
Well, CZE can have 10 because Strycova and Birnevora who was top junior player are in top 110... :)

Pengwin
Jul 8th, 2005, 05:07 PM
Wow it must be in the Czech water ;)

Ana&Jelena Fan
Jul 8th, 2005, 05:35 PM
24 countries has representation in the top 100.


USA 14
RUS 14
FRA 8
ITA 8
CZE 8
JPN 5
ESP 5
ARG 3
CHN 3
CRO 3
BEL 2
AUS 2
COL 2
SVK 2
GER 2
UKR 2
ISR 2
SCG 2
BUL 2
THA 1
NED 1
SUI 1
GRE 1
IND 1
SLO 1
MAD 1
PUR 1
VEN 1
KOR 1
PUR 1


:wavey:


Russia has 12 players in the top 40. It is the dominating country at the moment.

I see so much future in Czech and Chinese players. They are coming strong.

This is not so good for SCG (and we will not have third girl in top100 soon), but if we look at top20 girls then fans from SCG have reason to be very happy:

Russia 8
USA 3
France 3
Belgium 2
SCG 2
Australia 1
Switzerland 1

Only seven countries and we are one of the best five :yeah:

Craigy
Jul 8th, 2005, 05:44 PM
GBR = 0 :sobbing: :help: :o
I know! :bigcry:
Baltacha was getting so close too :sad: