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selesbooz
Aug 25th, 2007, 02:20 AM
Henin - 14-1 - l. to Kuznetsova
Kuznetsova II
Momo II
Jankovic IIIII:lol:
Petrova II
Serena II
Ana

Masha - 3-2 - l. to Ana and Jankovic
Clijster I
Anna II

Jankovic - 4-9 l to Henin, Momo, Ana, Anna and Kim
Momo I
Hingis I
Kuznetsova I
Masha I

Kuznetsova - 4-4 l. to Henin, Jankovic and Ana
Vaidasova I
Henin I
Petrova I
Safina I

Ana - 11-4 l. to Henin, Kim, Hingis and Dani
Petrova III
Masha II
Kuznetsova II
Jankovic III
Vaidasova

Tennisstar86
Aug 25th, 2007, 04:02 AM
yeah... I posted these earlier... isnt it odd that Sharapova has only played 5 top teners this season..... yet her draws arent cakewalks....

Ntour
Aug 25th, 2007, 06:04 AM
and 2 of her wins are against chaky who can't really threaten her anyway

faboozadoo15
Aug 25th, 2007, 06:19 AM
and 2 of her wins are against chaky who can't really threaten her anyway

Is that supposed to show that Maria's too good to be threatened by a soon to be top 5 player? Or shall I say, another?

Dexter
Aug 25th, 2007, 06:34 AM
Is that supposed to show that Maria's too good to be threatened by a soon to be top 5 player? Or shall I say, another?:tape:

Someone needs to drop first. I bet she's not getting inside top5 this year.

faboozadoo15
Aug 25th, 2007, 06:38 AM
:tape:

Someone needs to drop first. I bet she's not getting inside top5 this year.

I don't even like her but I know she'll get there sooner or later. She's been playing better than Sveta, and Chakky plays so often and is consistent.... and surprisingly good indoors. If she defends her Moscow points, she has a decent shot at top 5 this year.

Tennisstar86
Aug 25th, 2007, 06:54 AM
I don't even like her but I know she'll get there sooner or later. She's been playing better than Sveta, and Chakky plays so often and is consistent.... and surprisingly good indoors. If she defends her Moscow points, she has a decent shot at top 5 this year.

Depends on the Open really... Most dont really expect her to do well there.... She'll need to get past her 4th round from last year. Without that it'd be too hard IMO... It also depends on if this is Serena's last tourny of the year... or is she gonna be serious and play tennis? Cause i dont think she has points to protect after the US Open if im not mistaken?