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vamos argentina1
Dec 1st, 2005, 01:54 PM
Simon Linetsky, Evgenia's father, was suspended for two years by the wta for "misconduct" according to the israeli site YNET

as we rememeber, he was accused of hitting his daughter a few months ago in los angeles

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3176289,00.html

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3176289,00.html

Spirit
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:00 PM
Another Bad Dad to add to the list. There'll be more.

Thanks for the article.

SilK
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:00 PM
Oh my... I did not even know about this.

Well, I like Evgenia! The girl has got game, and I hope this will have a positive effect on her carreer!

jamatthews
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:03 PM
Glad the WTA took some action...

TheBoiledEgg
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:05 PM
he better not lock Zhenya in her room again :fiery:
he didnt let her play/train in 2002

alfonsojose
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:14 PM
:yeah: Good for her :hug:

rrfnpump
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:15 PM
go Zhenya in 2006 :D ;)
leave that shit behind you and play some good tennis

Foot's Fingers
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:19 PM
i just hope Zhenya will be stronger and this accedents will not stop her development

SilK
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:49 PM
he better not lock Zhenya in her room again :fiery:
he didnt let her play/train in 2002

are you FOR REAL?
what kind if retarded father is he? :cuckoo:

do you know his reasons for this? :o

JulesVerne
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:55 PM
are you FOR REAL?
what kind if retarded father is he? :cuckoo:

do you know his reasons for this? :o

It seems to be the day for evil men on this board.

SilK
Dec 1st, 2005, 02:56 PM
It seems to be the day for evil men on this board.

Seems so, yes.

All we need is someone coming up with a thread, that brings us news about Mary Pierce her father. :(

SvetaPleaseWin.
Dec 1st, 2005, 03:08 PM
its harsh that this incident is stopping her becoming israeli

SilK
Dec 1st, 2005, 03:09 PM
its harsh that this incident is stopping her becoming israeli

you really have to excuse my ignorance on this matter...

but why does she want to become Israeli?

goldenlox
Dec 1st, 2005, 03:12 PM
you really have to excuse my ignorance on this matter...

but why does she want to become Israeli?She is a Russian.
She is also a Jewish girl, with great tennis talent.
So Israel would like her on their Fed Cup team.

She is also a poet.

SilK
Dec 1st, 2005, 03:15 PM
She is a Russian.
She is also a Jewish girl, with great tennis talent.
So Israel would like her on their Fed Cup team.

She is also a poet.

I knew she was Russian.
I did not know she was Jewish.
I did know she is a great tennis talent.
I did not know Israel would like her in their Fed Cup team.

Got any poetry to share? :)

goldenlox
Dec 1st, 2005, 03:29 PM
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I'm looking on the empty screen
Feeling cold spreads through my skin
I try to find your name below
but Windows starting so slow
I'm drowning in the endless sky
One thing I wish is your reply
My lips are screaming with no words
I know it's nothing, but it hurts
And freezing wind revolves my pain
This casual love that I have gain


***

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Hold the stars in the sky
Wrote poems and clear rhymes
And perfect dreams I`ve seen all night


I`ve watched this world from the highest mountain
Tasted love from the purest fountain
I`ve covered sees and I`ve touched the cloud
I love this world and I cry it all loud


This life is deep, this life is wild
It makes us week, it makes us blind
But there are things we`ve never done
Cause life-is crazy one


Magic moment

That was a magic moment
If I only knew
That my heart is burning
And beats in rhythm with you


And every night alone in bed
I wish you were with me
But life is cold , the world is sad
And you are wild and free


No matter how far we are
Our dreams will come true
Cause you`re my only shining star
And I believe in you


Shadow of myself

I want to run through night away
To hide myself in dark of streets
To lay on earth and wait till day
Will color sky and burn my feet


My life is nothing , but mistake
I am the stranger in this world
I pray to God and ask for sake
But he dont listen to my words
I`m still alive , but i`m not here
My eyes reflect the gloss of light
The wind is cheating with my hair
I`m so tired , i`m tired to fight

http://www.linetskaya.com/photo/g8.jpg

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Maryamator
Dec 1st, 2005, 04:00 PM
Glad the WTA took some action...
yeah.

Drimal
Dec 1st, 2005, 04:53 PM
Simon Linetsky: another :retard: and OMG he is a professor of mathematics :scared:

Can somebody please tell me what has happened to Mary Pierce also mentionned in that article? :unsure:

Shooter
Dec 1st, 2005, 07:59 PM
I am sorry to hear this. Evgenia is also one of my favorite players. Hopefully, this suspension of her father will actually help her game. But you never know. It is a tricky business separating a child from his/her parent. If he was actually hitting her I think the WTA definitely did the right thing.

vamos argentina1
Dec 1st, 2005, 10:37 PM
jewish people can immigrate to israel..and become israeli

and if so, she can join the fed cup team..and israel would have 3 top 50 in its team..together with smashnova and shahar peer

the cat
Dec 1st, 2005, 11:41 PM
Let him go home and be a husband to his wife. Now Evgenia can go back to being a good tennis player whose career is on the rise. :tennis: :)

Shonami Slam
Dec 1st, 2005, 11:42 PM
I don't understand Israelis, i really don't.
I'm such an outsider in my country.
if you want a player to play for you - you have to consider helping out, funding and giving certain priorities to this player.
instead they are basicly just waiting for her to crawl and beg them.
idiots, really.
i don't feel at home in this country, i really don't.

Zauber
Dec 1st, 2005, 11:49 PM
Bad news.
She seems so nice.
I hope she will be ok.

Hayato
Dec 1st, 2005, 11:58 PM
Go Evgenia :kiss:

DutchieGirl
Dec 2nd, 2005, 02:15 AM
Good that the WTA took action!

vogus
Dec 2nd, 2005, 04:13 AM
i actually met Simon Linetsky once at a tournament and he seemed like a very smart and friendly guy. And the way he interacted with Zhenya was clearly not authoritative or abusive. I'm pretty sure he's not what people on this board, who have never seen him and know nothing about him other than these faceless wire reports, are imagining and calling "evil". On the other hand if there is any truth to the allegations, then he has got a darker element to his personality that he doesn't show in public.

The Kaz
Dec 2nd, 2005, 07:28 AM
yeah he is two-faced :lol:

jisung
Dec 2nd, 2005, 07:38 AM
As to her,it's a very good news
her father is so terrible and evil

Shonami Slam
Dec 2nd, 2005, 10:35 AM
i actually met Simon Linetsky once at a tournament and he seemed like a very smart and friendly guy. And the way he interacted with Zhenya was clearly not authoritative or abusive. I'm pretty sure he's not what people on this board, who have never seen him and know nothing about him other than these faceless wire reports, are imagining and calling "evil". On the other hand if there is any truth to the allegations, then he has got a darker element to his personality that he doesn't show in public.

I don't remember who it was on the board with the signature - but it was something like "if only there were people who we could see and describe as "evil" so we could select them out of us - but since every one has evil to him - it's a constant battle to identify that evil"
i totally changed it - but the meaning is still the same.
I never expected her father to be a egre of evil, with dark smiles and a cackling laugh, pouring cynical venom and utter hate towards all other biengs.
most people here are showing quite some evil themselves, asking for his head, no less.
I hope the separation does him every bit as well as for his daughter.
it's a demanding sport - it's still very hard to blame parents for getting themselves so fully into it, even though any act of violence is, of course, not accepted what so ever.

Nimi
Dec 2nd, 2005, 11:19 AM
Simon Linetsky, Evgenia's father, was suspended for two years by the wta for "misconduct" according to the israeli site YNET


According to Ynet, eh? Interesting, really ;).

Meteor Shower
Dec 2nd, 2005, 11:21 AM
I don't understand Israelis, i really don't.
I'm such an outsider in my country.
if you want a player to play for you - you have to consider helping out, funding and giving certain priorities to this player.
instead they are basicly just waiting for her to crawl and beg them.
idiots, really.
i don't feel at home in this country, i really don't.

They are not just sitting and waiting for her to crawl and beg them, they have contacted her and tried to get her to play for Israel, and they are still trying, but its not so easy as you think. and who said they aren't funding and giving "certain priorities" to this player?

What do you want them to do? Hire assassins to kill her father? there is nothing that they can do in this case.

As been said, Good that the WTA took action.

Nimi
Dec 2nd, 2005, 11:36 AM
I don't remember who it was on the board with the signature - but it was something like "if only there were people who we could see and describe as "evil" so we could select them out of us - but since every one has evil to him - it's a constant battle to identify that evil"
i totally changed it - but the meaning is still the same.
I never expected her father to be a egre of evil, with dark smiles and a cackling laugh, pouring cynical venom and utter hate towards all other biengs.
most people here are showing quite some evil themselves, asking for his head, no less.
I hope the separation does him every bit as well as for his daughter.
it's a demanding sport - it's still very hard to blame parents for getting themselves so fully into it, even though any act of violence is, of course, not accepted what so ever.

You do raise a good point but hell, are you always this negative?

goldenlox
Dec 2nd, 2005, 02:11 PM
They are not just sitting and waiting for her to crawl and beg them, they have contacted her and tried to get her to play for Israel, and they are still trying, but its not so easy as you think. and who said they aren't funding and giving "certain priorities" to this player?

What do you want them to do? Hire assassins to kill her father? there is nothing that they can do in this case.

As been said, Good that the WTA took action.Why should she represent Israel?
Zhenya is proud to be Russian, just as she is proud to be Jewish.
There are many, many Jewish people who are not Israeli citizens.

Martian KC
Dec 2nd, 2005, 02:51 PM
Hopefully this will not add more drama to Eugenia outside of tennis.

CooCooCachoo
Dec 2nd, 2005, 02:54 PM
Good luck to Linetskaya :) Get over this :hug:

Shonami Slam
Dec 2nd, 2005, 03:10 PM
They are not just sitting and waiting for her to crawl and beg them, they have contacted her and tried to get her to play for Israel, and they are still trying, but its not so easy as you think. and who said they aren't funding and giving "certain priorities" to this player?

What do you want them to do? Hire assassins to kill her father? there is nothing that they can do in this case.

As been said, Good that the WTA took action.

They are not willing to pay her practice fees from her training in Switzerland - a very fair demand of her current sponsers, givin that they HAVE invested in her a great deal, on court and off of it and are willing to cut loose without any further payment to "bail her out" no commession charged retroactivly since the start of her training - they want the fairest price - only what they have invested, nothing more.
The israeli tennis federation are not willing to give her that kind of funding while she is here afterwards, and i don't know enough information regarding if she'll be considered in the golden/diamond olympic lists, as those are only available for a single tennis player in Israel, and be sure the federation prefers shahar - who is another girl who had to do it herself, with her family and couch - before the israeli tennis federation were hugging her around and saying "we made her".

as for your question nimi - Yes, I'm always this so negative when things are done in curroption, unfairness or depression of any kind.
I'm a very consestant pain in the neck for those who think all is well as long as nobody's complaining.

Shonami Slam
Dec 2nd, 2005, 03:13 PM
Why should she represent Israel?
Zhenya is proud to be Russian, just as she is proud to be Jewish.
There are many, many Jewish people who are not Israeli citizens.

unless it's for ideologic reasons - she should represent the country which provides her the best tools to develop her game and career.
if she want's to live here - she can do it after her tennis career is over, if it's a big issue for her as it was for smashnova - she'll come over now that she's an adult and can decide for her own.
i wish her luck anyway she chooses.

goldenlox
Dec 2nd, 2005, 03:18 PM
i wish her luck anyway she chooses.I agree with this.
Being Jewish doesn't mean you have to make a deal with Israeli sports federations.

She's been Jewish her whole life, and has been representing Russia for her entire career.
Zhenya beat Mauresmo this year, and was one point from being up 4-1 in the third against Sharapova at RG.

I think she has a big career ahead of her, and I hope she is on the Russian Fed Cup team in the future.