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John.
Jul 12th, 2005, 02:14 PM
Has she entered any of the pre US Open tournaments.

I miss her.

Sorry if I appear ignorant, but I haven't been on here for a while.

Andrew..
Jul 12th, 2005, 02:41 PM
She withdrew from New Haven, which is a week prior to the US Open.

VeeDaQueen
Jul 12th, 2005, 02:46 PM
:yawn: A new thread every week. NOBODY KNOWS WHEN SHE IS COMING BACK. STOP ASKING!!!

bigshow21
Jul 12th, 2005, 02:52 PM
:bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad:

John.
Jul 12th, 2005, 02:52 PM
:yawn: A new thread every week. NOBODY KNOWS WHEN SHE IS COMING BACK. STOP ASKING!!!


:fiery: :smash:

U obviously missed the part where I said I hadn't been on here for a while. If U don't like these threads. DON'T READ THEM MORON!!!!!!

icequeen
Jul 12th, 2005, 04:08 PM
Yea, what's going on with Jen, Jen.

mr_burns
Jul 12th, 2005, 05:50 PM
Maybe she'll return at the beginning of 2006. It doesn't make sence to return nox, if she isn't fit.

By the way I see her chances for a great comeback higher than now. All the top players have a high level of confidence now, she would losse to nearly erverybody out there. In January everybody had a 2 months break,so...

honeyke
Jul 14th, 2005, 08:40 PM
maybe it would be the right decision to come back next year or onlya few smaller tournaments this year...i really like jen, but for me it´s at the moment hard to believe the she will still be able to play on top again.for sure she is strong-willed and she has a lot of power, but i think it´s complicated to come back after such a long time...we shouldn´t forget that jen is one of the older players on tour and maybe a recovery needs longer...

R. Federer
Jul 14th, 2005, 08:43 PM
The last couple years she has just missed out in the slams
But if she doesn't come back till next year, I think her chances at the slams will have gone down a lot because of lack of practice, other people match tough etc
Will be interesting to see if she somehow can make the USO.

Conchita forever
Jul 14th, 2005, 09:27 PM
Everybody should know that Capriati and Seles are DONE! :rolleyes: Only minds under 5 year-old development can think about a comeback of these players... Only Navratilova can comeback these days. The VERY fatty players don't belong to the WTA Tour anymore. Well, they let Myriam Casanova play, but that's because the Swiss Federation is desperate... :rolleyes:

pav
Jul 14th, 2005, 09:28 PM
I know it is tough when Someones favourite player is missing but waiting for the return of Jen is becoming like christians waiting for the return of Their buddy jesus!the main difference is there is a chance for Jen to come back, the tour would be better with Her on the job

alfonsojose
Jul 14th, 2005, 09:28 PM
Everybody should know that Capriati and Seles are DONE! :rolleyes: Only minds under 5 year-old development can think about a comeback of these players... Only Navratilova can comeback these days. The VERY fatty players don't belong to the WTA Tour anymore. Well, they let Myriam Casanova play, but that's because the Swiss Federation is desperate... :rolleyes:
from a Conchita fan :tape:

Conchita forever
Jul 14th, 2005, 09:39 PM
Sudaca de mierda... :rolleyes: Las madres de Mayo deberían tenerte a ti en la lista de desaparecidos. Sudaca!!!

XaDavK_Kapri
Jul 14th, 2005, 09:43 PM
Everybody should know that Capriati and Seles are DONE! :rolleyes: Only minds under 5 year-old development can think about a comeback of these players... Only Navratilova can comeback these days. The VERY fatty players don't belong to the WTA Tour anymore. Well, they let Myriam Casanova play, but that's because the Swiss Federation is desperate... :rolleyes:
God, how old are you ? :retard: Yeah, insult the fatties :lol: I can't believe some people have so little respect for people playing the sport they like. A non-fit Jen, Monica, Casanova and a moonballing Conchita would beat the shit out of you, so I don't see the point in insulting them. You're sad.

TeamUSA#1
Jul 14th, 2005, 10:05 PM
The last couple years she has just missed out in the slams
But if she doesn't come back till next year, I think her chances at the slams will have gone down a lot because of lack of practice, other people match tough etc
Will be interesting to see if she somehow can make the USO.


Actually Jen is practicing right now and has been for awhile. The reason she isnt/cant return to action is because when they did her shoulder operation, the tightened up the joint as well as repairing the labrum tear she had. She can serve right now, but cant get as much velocity on it because the joint is still too tight and it hurts when she trys to amp it up. With a few more months of physical therapy and strecthing of the joint, she will have her serve back. But besides the serve, she is hitting groundies, volleys, etc... and is cross training. It kind of reminds me of Kim's situation---she was able to train and hit forehands, one-handed slice BHs, volley, and serves during her injury lay off, just couldn't hit her 2-fisted BH. So when she was finally healed, she wasn't rusty at all because she had been playing and practicing everything but one stroke--- same thing for Jenny now. She most likely will return in the fall or the beginning 2006 and be just fine!!!

alfonsojose
Jul 14th, 2005, 10:11 PM
Sudaca de mierda... :rolleyes: Las madres de Mayo deberían tenerte a ti en la lista de desaparecidos. Sudaca!!!
Tan de malas que los españoles fueron los que vinieron a saquear a sudamerica :retard:

JennyS
Jul 14th, 2005, 10:34 PM
I found this article on Jen's status

Frustrated Capriati to try new medical procedure
by Grant Moftarkin

After several months of rehab and in no mood to delay her return any further, tennis star Jennifer Capriati has decided to get a new right shoulder. World renowed surgeon, Paul Patine, has created a breakthrough limb replacement surgery for those seaking new and improved arms and legs.

These mechanical body parts will be so realistic, they will actually be able to acheive the full range of motion of real body parts. This procedure, which is called "Order 69," allows the new limb to be electronically attached to the rest of the body.

"Miss Capriati will not even notice that she's part robot," says Patine. "As soon as I give her a new shoulder, her journey towards rejoining the tour will be complete!"

While Capriati is ecstatic, many in the tennis world are not. "How do we know that this Patine clown isn't making her super human strong?" whined Justine-Henin-Hardenne.

Meanwhile, commentator and doubles guru Pam Shriver said, "as much as we miss Jen, we don't want her to to turn into some wacky android. What's next? Will players try to get new legs to become taller?"

Capriati does not have any doubts that the procedure will be successful. "I trust Mr. Patine. If other players are jealous than so be it!"

bigshow21
Jul 14th, 2005, 11:26 PM
^^ :lol: :haha: :haha: :yeah:

jenny161185
Jul 15th, 2005, 12:04 AM
Everybody should know that Capriati and Seles are DONE! :rolleyes: Only minds under 5 year-old development can think about a comeback of these players... Only Navratilova can comeback these days. The VERY fatty players don't belong to the WTA Tour anymore. Well, they let Myriam Casanova play, but that's because the Swiss Federation is desperate... :rolleyes:

Yeah Conchitas a prime example of this isn t she! Jen would never play and lose consistently like Conchita does, when its time for her to retire she will :wavey:

charmedRic
Jul 15th, 2005, 12:11 AM
Actually Jen is practicing right now and has been for awhile. The reason she isnt/cant return to action is because when they did her shoulder operation, the tightened up the joint as well as repairing the labrum tear she had. She can serve right now, but cant get as much velocity on it because the joint is still too tight and it hurts when she trys to amp it up. With a few more months of physical therapy and strecthing of the joint, she will have her serve back. But besides the serve, she is hitting groundies, volleys, etc... and is cross training. It kind of reminds me of Kim's situation---she was able to train and hit forehands, one-handed slice BHs, volley, and serves during her injury lay off, just couldn't hit her 2-fisted BH. So when she was finally healed, she wasn't rusty at all because she had been playing and practicing everything but one stroke--- same thing for Jenny now. She most likely will return in the fall or the beginning 2006 and be just fine!!!

thanks :wavey: