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Elwin.
Aug 31st, 2007, 03:23 PM
http://www.telesport.nl/tennis/2091454/___Krajicek_laat_bloed_onderzoeken.html

Translation in English:
Michaella Krajicek,who lost in the 2nd round of the US Open against Szavay had an explanation for her defeat; Something is wrong with my body, it's going on for a long time. I want to get my blood tested as soon as possible here in the U.S. cause i want to know what's going on! In this match i fought against my body and not against my opponent!

Something is wrong with my body for a long time. I have took so many pills that they aren't working anymore. Krajicek was 2 months ago in the Quarterfinal of Wimbledon. That was a period that is was going good with my body. But for months it's going up and down. Even my voice is different, really soar! Pfeiffer? I don't know, but if it's Pfeiffer i have a big problem.

This is the first time that Krajicek speaks about her fysical condition that's teasing her for months now.I have been very ill! That maybe sounds as an excuse, but it's a fact. I'm confessing it now cause i lost, and i can't denie it anymore. I know when it's gone wrong but i don't want to talk about that, it's privet. That annoying privet conditions are since the tournament of Rome .

Misa :eek: :sad:


Other quotes after the Szavay match;

I played against myself and didn't felt the ball and my legs
Something happenend during the tournament in Rome, i don't want to say what but because of that i could't sleep for days. With one hour sleep per day i played against Serena Williams ( she lost 6-4/6-1 she did a great job then ) The tennis kept going on but i had that problem.

My fysical complaints are probably because of the stress. My parent advised me to not play tennis for a while. But i don't want my ranking to drop!

If the outcome of the bloodtest is nothing serious i want to change my schedule for the coming months ( she is playing Luxemburg, Stuttgart, Zurich, Linz ) But you can't withdraw for tournaments without a reason. But i have realised that i have played to much this year. Next year i'm going to play less tournaments. Krajicek played the last 12 months 25 tournaments(singles and doubles) and including fed cup.

My problems are because i'm so tired. If you have more experience, you can make a more balanced schedule without playing 5,6 weeks in a row. That's my plan. I'm realising now that i have played to much !

When Misa leaves the interviewspace in the Artur Ashe stadium she said; It has been to much. To much tennis!! I still have to play my second round doubles but i don't even know against who. If you are so unfresh it's time for a break.

Hashim.
Aug 31st, 2007, 03:31 PM
:eek::sad:
thats really surprising :eek::sad:

Elwin.
Aug 31st, 2007, 03:46 PM
:eek::sad:
thats really surprising :eek::sad:

I know :sad:
I'm so sad now:sad: , i don't want that Misa has some serious disease or something like that :eek:

Hashim.
Aug 31st, 2007, 03:48 PM
yeah i hope she is healthy again:sad::awww:

SV_Fan
Aug 31st, 2007, 04:03 PM
I wonder what's wrong?

GertAlert
Aug 31st, 2007, 04:54 PM
Yes, lets just wait and see what it is, before jumping to conclusions...
But it sounds as if it could be Mononucleosis (=Pfeiffer). :o

Poor Misa! I hope she feels better very soon!! :hug:



And btw, if it is mononucleosis.. Agnes recovered from it!!
http://sport.guardian.co.uk/breakingnews/feedstory/0,,-6886970,00.html

roger_maria4ever
Aug 31st, 2007, 04:57 PM
wow poor michaella:sad: ..hope she gets better soon

partbrit
Aug 31st, 2007, 05:24 PM
It could explain a lot about her inconsistency, which I assumed was all mental. I hope she's going to be okay.

goldenlox
Aug 31st, 2007, 05:29 PM
That's a shame. These players work so hard, and then when they get an illness, like Molik got, it ruins the career they worked so hard to build.

Sonja
Aug 31st, 2007, 06:07 PM
Agreed; I hope she gets better (and that it isn't something extremely serious) and can come back and be fiercely competitive!

Renaissance
Aug 31st, 2007, 07:11 PM
Wait the blood analysis.
Hope it's nothing serious.

Elwin.
Aug 31st, 2007, 07:21 PM
Wait the blood analysis.
Hope it's nothing serious.

You're right. Maybe it's nothing serious. But i can't imagine that there is nothing going on when i read this sentence --> I have took so many pills that they aren't working anymore.

#1SteffiGraf#1
Aug 31st, 2007, 07:26 PM
So she feels sick, but has no idea what it is? I hope she wasnt on any type of Ped's or some sort of diet pills or something.

Whatever it is, I hope she recovers!

Rik.
Aug 31st, 2007, 07:45 PM
:sad:

crazylace01
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:00 PM
misa! :eek: get well soon! :hug:

MagicMilan
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:02 PM
That's really sad to hear :sad:

@Sweet Cleopatra
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:05 PM
:sad: :confused: :confused:

Darop.
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:21 PM
Can't be just mono, what's she been taking pills for??

And mono doesn't set in so slowly, she says it's been something since May so....

Duramont
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:50 PM
Poor Misa :sad: :sad:

Elwin.
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:59 PM
Can't be just mono, what's she been taking pills for??
And mono doesn't set in so slowly, she says it's been something since May so....

nobody knows:help: I was wondering that too

-sugi-
Aug 31st, 2007, 09:06 PM
:hug: Hopefully she can get well soon and everything will be ok.

Young 8
Aug 31st, 2007, 10:09 PM
she's playing the double right now

:confused:

blumaroo
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:10 AM
She said it was private and that she knew when it went wrong. And she has been taking pills for it. The private part doesn't sit well with me. Sounds nasty. Hope she gets better soon.

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:22 AM
For those who don't know Pfeiffer - it's Glandular Fever.

And it doesn't sound good at all. She shouldn't be taking so many pills without trying to find out what was wrong. I mean if it's been like this for a while, why didn't she get a blood test earlier? :scratch: I hope she will be OK, and if she does have glandular fever, than that will suck really badly!

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:27 AM
Yes, lets just wait and see what it is, before jumping to conclusions...
But it sounds as if it could be Mononucleosis (=Pfeiffer). :o

Poor Misa! I hope she feels better very soon!! :hug:



And btw, if it is mononucleosis.. Agnes recovered from it!!
http://sport.guardian.co.uk/breakingnews/feedstory/0,,-6886970,00.html

Maybe she got it from Agnes? :p :angel:

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 09:52 AM
Maybe she got it from Agnes? :p :angel:

:o

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 09:55 AM
:o

But seriously... it (glandular fever) CAN be contracted by sharing a drink or eating utensils from an infected person (and Agi and Misa have played doubles together a bit) - although I don't think this was the way from the sounds of things. ;) Plus Misa and Agi didn't play doubles since AO, so if whatever she got, she got in May then it wouldn't be. But I thought someone would make the joke anyway so... why not be the first? :p

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 10:37 AM
But seriously... it (glandular fever) CAN be contracted by sharing a drink or eating utensils from an infected person (and Agi and Misa have played doubles together a bit) - although I don't think this was the way from the sounds of things. ;) Plus Misa and Agi didn't play doubles since AO, so if whatever she got, she got in May then it wouldn't be. But I thought someone would make the joke anyway so... why not be the first? :p

You're right ;)
well congrats with the honour of making the first joke about it :p :D
It's just, i can't help it. I'm really concerned about misa. I couldn't sleep last night cause i was constantly thinking what she has! The weirdest and worst diseases came up in my mind :eek:

But i just need to chill down, and wait for the outcome of the blood test:help:
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 10:53 AM
You're right ;)
well congrats with the honour of making the first joke about it :p :D
It's just, i can't help it. I'm really concerned about misa. I couldn't sleep last night cause i was constantly thinking what she has! The weirdest and worst diseases came up in my mind :eek:

But i just need to chill down, and wait for the outcome of the blood test:help:
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

Well I'm worried too of course. I already sent her a messages saying I hope they will find out what it is, and that she will be able to get better soon. But it really does sound like glandular fever - some girls from my dancing school had it when they were 15/16, and it was not nice. So I'm really hoping it's not glandular fever, but it really sounds like it. :( But if it is, maybe she should take some weeks off. She isn't really playing again now till the end of Sept anyway, so I think she should rest a bit, try to work out what is wrong, and then let her body get over it. She was only scheduled to play 4 more tourneys this year anyway. OK it'd suck if she can't play them, but better to get over whatever she has, and hopefully come back fresh in 2008.

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:16 AM
Well I'm worried too of course. I already sent her a messages saying I hope they will find out what it is, and that she will be able to get better soon. But it really does sound like glandular fever - some girls from my dancing school had it when they were 15/16, and it was not nice. So I'm really hoping it's not glandular fever, but it really sounds like it. :( But if it is, maybe she should take some weeks off. She isn't really playing again now till the end of Sept anyway, so I think she should rest a bit, try to work out what is wrong, and then let her body get over it. She was only scheduled to play 4 more tourneys this year anyway. OK it'd suck if she can't play them, but better to get over whatever she has, and hopefully come back fresh in 2008.
totally agree! If she has glandular fever she must rest. And by the way- she doesn't have that much points to defend to the end of the season. QF stuttgart and SF Hasselt. So it won't be a disaster if she would skip that tournaments

well,
we will see

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:18 AM
totally agree! If she has glandular fever she must rest. And by the way- she doesn't have that much points to defend to the end of the season. QF stuttgart and SF Hasselt. So it won't be a disaster if she would skip that tournament

well,
we will see

She has 110 points to defend till the end of the year. So no, it's not too bad. But if she doesn't defend them, then it's pretty certain she won't be seeded for AO - assuming she would play it (I hope so or else I don't know when I'm gonna get holidays from my boss - he likes tennis too, and I told him I need time off in Jan to go to the tennis). :lol:

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:22 AM
She has 110 points to defend till the end of the year. So no, it's not too bad. But if she doesn't defend them, then it's pretty certain she won't be seeded for AO - assuming she would play it (I hope so or else I don't know when I'm gonna get holidays from my boss - he likes tennis too, and I told him I need time off in Jan to go to the tennis). :lol:

But well.
seeded or not at the AO. The important thing is that she is healthy when she is playing the AO. But the AO is still far away.

I wish i had a boss like that :eek: :p

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:25 AM
But well.
seeded or not at the AO. The important thing is that she is healthy when she is playing the AO. But the AO is still far away.

I wish i had a boss like that :eek: :p

Of course the most important thing is that she's healthy. And the AO is not that far away. :p 4 months... it's not that far (I'm tennis deprived, so I'm trying to tell myself that :lol: ).

Well my boss wouldn't let me have holiday in June this year to go to Rosmalen/Wimby, so I pretty much told him I am having time off in Jan for the tennis. :lol: He said it "should be OK". So now I just hope that Misa will be playing. :lol: I suppose 4 months should be enough to recover, but if it is glandular, it took Agnes longer than that. :unsure:

DimaDinosaur
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:33 AM
Poor Molik and Misa :sad: :hug:

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:41 AM
Of course the most important thing is that she's healthy. And the AO is not that far away. :p 4 months... it's not that far (I'm tennis deprived, so I'm trying to tell myself that :lol: ).

Well my boss wouldn't let me have holiday in June this year to go to Rosmalen/Wimby, so I pretty much told him I am having time off in Jan for the tennis. :lol: He said it "should be OK". So now I just hope that Misa will be playing. :lol: I suppose 4 months should be enough to recover, but if it is glandular, it took Agnes longer than that. :unsure:

4 months sounds a long time to me :lol:
you're funny :lol:

ahh, that sucked. I'm glad that you can go visit the AO :)

well, we will see. Maybe it's not glandular :confused:

Mileen
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:56 AM
I think the private problems she is talking about may be (reflected in) the professional break-up with her father after the USO.

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:21 PM
I think the private problems she is talking about may be (reflected in) the professional break-up with her father after the USO.

Well you think wrong. In TWO articles she talks about something private in MAY, which is when she says she started to feel bad with her body. And why would her Dad have something to do with her being sick and having taken pills for months? :scratch: He was always going to take a step back anyway this year. That was made clear after Wimby for sure, but I don't think that him taking a step back is making her feel tired and having to take pills since May. :confused:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:23 PM
4 months sounds a long time to me :lol:
you're funny :lol:

ahh, that sucked. I'm glad that you can go visit the AO :)

well, we will see. Maybe it's not glandular :confused:

Well I'm trying to keep it light hearted, coz I don't want it to be something really bad. ;)

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:40 PM
When Misa suffered shock losses in January at Hobart and AO , she said after that; that is wasn't going good privately.

And Misa knew when it went wrong, maybe it already went wrong in January :confused:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:43 PM
When Misa suffered shock losses in January at Hobart and AO , she said after that; that is wasn't going good privately.

And Misa knew when it went wrong, maybe it already went wrong in January :confused:

I was already thinking that actually. But in these two articles she was saying in Rome. But I was already thinking "well it wasn't going well in Janurary and she wasn't feeling good then either, so maybe it was already in January". But then I dunno why she would say in May? :shrug: :lol: She SO should not have said anything about something private happening, because now everyone's gonna speculate about it.

CooCooCachoo
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:43 PM
Injuries and illnesses suck :sad: I hope she gets over it soon.

Now I know many people who have had glandular fever, and there is no way they would have been able to play a tennis match or practise :shrug:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:45 PM
Injuries and illnesses suck :sad: I hope she gets over it soon.

Now I know many people who have had glandular fever, and there is no way they would have been able to play a tennis match or practise :shrug:

I know people who have had it too, and it depends how you feel. some days you feel OK, and other days you feel really run down and have no energy. But I'm still surprised why they didn't already do blood tests if it's been at least since (at least) May. :scratch:

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:51 PM
I know people who have had it too, and it depends how you feel. some days you feel OK, and other days you feel really run down and have no energy. But I'm still surprised why they didn't already do blood tests if it's been at least since (at least) May. :scratch:

A girl in my class also had it. She wasn't able to go to school for 5 months :eek: :sad:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:53 PM
A girl in my class also had it. She wasn't able to go to school for 5 months :eek: :sad:

Yeah, some people can recover very quickly, and others not so quickly. Agnes was still playing last year when she had it, because at first they didn't know she had it. So I guess it depends. I mean if it IS glandular fever and misa has still been able to play then I guess maybe it's a good sign that it's not SO bad.

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:53 PM
I was already thinking that actually. But in these two articles she was saying in Rome. But I was already thinking "well it wasn't going well in Janurary and she wasn't feeling good then either, so maybe it was already in January". But then I dunno why she would say in May? :shrug: :lol: She SO should not have said anything about something private happening, because now everyone's gonna speculate about it.
That's true ;)

ilovepaszek
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:58 PM
Poor Misa
the same disease of Nicole Justine and Mario

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:01 PM
Yeah, some people can recover very quickly, and others not so quickly. Agnes was still playing last year when she had it, because at first they didn't know she had it. So I guess it depends. I mean if it IS glandular fever and misa has still been able to play then I guess maybe it's a good sign that it's not SO bad.

yes.

So according to her, it was going on since Rome. If you glandular fever, you are tired.
Let's take a look at tough long matches that Misa played!

RG R2; H2H PERRY, SHENAY USA 71 W 6-4 5-7 6-1
Birmingham R1; (Q) FEDAK, YULIANA UKR 129 L 7-6(5) 6-4
Rosmalen R2; H2H (4) SAFINA, DINARA RUS 13 L 6-4 3-6 6-4
Palermo R1 ; BIRNEROVA, EVA CZE 111 L 6-4 6-2 , ok this is not a 3 setter or a long match, but it was very strange that Misa lost this match so easily :eek:
San Diego R1; (Q) FEDAK, YULIANA UKR 126 W 6-7(6) 7-5 6-2
LA R3 ; (1) SHARAPOVA, MARIA RUS 2 L 7-6(4)6-7(3) 6-4
Toronto R1; (11) PEER, SHAHAR ISR 18 L 7-5 7-6(7) , ok she had ankle problems but still, it was a long match.

2-5 in losses

Maybe this has nothing to do with Misa's problems, but i found it interesting to take a look at it :p

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:04 PM
Poor Misa
the same disease of Nicole Justine and Mario

well. we still don't know the result of the blood test. But it looks like it's indeed Glandular Fever :sad: It has to be Glandular fever, i can't imagine what else it could be :confused:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:09 PM
yes.

So according to her, it was going on since Rome. If you glandular fever, you are tired.
Let's take a look at tough long matches that Misa played!

RG R2; H2H PERRY, SHENAY USA 71 W 6-4 5-7 6-1
Birmingham R1; (Q) FEDAK, YULIANA UKR 129 L 7-6(5) 6-4
Rosmalen R2; H2H (4) SAFINA, DINARA RUS 13 L 6-4 3-6 6-4
Palermo R1 ; BIRNEROVA, EVA CZE 111 L 6-4 6-2 , ok this is not a 3 setter or a long match, but it was very strange that Misa lost this match so easily :eek:
San Diego R1; (Q) FEDAK, YULIANA UKR 126 W 6-7(6) 7-5 6-2
LA R3 ; (1) SHARAPOVA, MARIA RUS 2 L 7-6(4)6-7(3) 6-4
Toronto R1; (11) PEER, SHAHAR ISR 18 L 7-5 7-6(7) , ok she had ankle problems but still, it was a long match.

2-5 in losses

Maybe this has nothing to do with Misa's problems, but i found it interesting to take a look at it :p

:lol: I know. She's had alot of close matches, and usually ended up losing them. So perhaps it's as she says, and she's just running out of steam. :shrug: But Also in that match against Shahar...didn't she say that the last 2 weeks she's been really sick and has been taking antibiotics. Well the match against Shahar was 2 weeks before the USO. And I did think that it was funny that she was struggling so much against Fedak when last year should could beat her 2ce easily on clay in Eredivisie. But i think she's made it clear that whatever she has is affecting her game, because she's often feeling badly.

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:10 PM
Poor Misa
the same disease of Nicole Justine and Mario

And Agnes

CooCooCachoo
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:29 PM
I know people who have had it too, and it depends how you feel. some days you feel OK, and other days you feel really run down and have no energy. But I'm still surprised why they didn't already do blood tests if it's been at least since (at least) May. :scratch:

Yes, of course, and she might have just a minor version of it, but the people I spoke to really could hardly get out of bed, let alone out of the house (or country :p) to run around on a tennis court.

It would explain the loss to Birnerova in Palermo, anyway :tape:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:39 PM
Yes, of course, and she might have just a minor version of it, but the people I spoke to really could hardly get out of bed, let alone out of the house (or country :p) to run around on a tennis court.

It would explain the loss to Birnerova in Palermo, anyway :tape:

Well it might not be glandular fever anyway - she doesn't know what's wrong, but it really does sound like very similar to it. But yeah, It would be hard for her to play so much if she did have it.

And the struggles against Fedak. :tape:

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:54 PM
Other quotes from Misa after the match against Szavay

I played against myself and didn't felt the ball and my legs :eek:
Something happenend during the tournament in Rome, i don't want to say what but because of that i could't sleep for days. With one hour sleep per day i played against Serena Williams ( she lost 6-4/6-1:eek: she did a great job then ) The tennis kept going on but i had that problem.

My fysical complaints are probably because of the stress. My parent advised me to not play tennis for a while. But i don't want my ranking to drop!

If the outcome of the bloodtest is nothing serious i want to change my schedule for the coming months ( she is playing Luxemburg, Stuttgart, Zurich, Linz ) But you can't withdraw for tournaments without a reason. But i have realised that i have played to much this year. Next year i'm going to play less tournaments. Krajicek played the last 12 months 25 tournaments(singles and doubles) and including fed cup.

My problems are because i'm so tired. If you have more experience, you can make a more balanced schedule without playing 5,6 weeks in a row. That's my plan. I'm realising now that i have played to much !

When Misa leaves the interviewspace in the Artur Ashe stadium she said; It has been to much. To much tennis!! I still have to play my second round doubles but i don't even know against who. If you are so unfresh it's time for a break.

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:58 PM
Other quotes from Misa after the match against Szavay

I played against myself and didn't felt the ball and my legs :eek:
Something happenend during the tournament in Rome, i don't want to say what but because of that i could't sleep for days. With one hour sleep per day i played against Serena Williams ( she lost 6-4/6-1:eek: she did a great job then ) The tennis kept going on but i had that problem.

My fysical complaints are probably because of the stress. My parent advised me to not play tennis for a while. But i don't want my ranking to drop!

If the outcome of the bloodtest is nothing serious i want to change my schedule for the coming months ( she is playing Luxemburg, Stuttgart, Zurich, Linz ) But you can't withdraw for tournaments without a reason. But i have realised that i have played to much this year. Next year i'm going to play less tournaments. Krajicek played the last 12 months 25 tournaments(singles and doubles) and including fed cup.

My problems are because i'm so tired. If you have more experience, you can make a more balanced schedule without playing 5,6 weeks in a row. That's my plan. I'm realising now that i have played to much !

When Misa leaves the interviewspace in the Artur Ashe stadium she said; It has been to much. To much tennis!! I still have to play my second round doubles but i don't even know against who. If you are so unfresh it's time for a break.

Yeah - that article is better. But then it makes it sound like it was an emotional/stressful thing that happened in Rome, but I don't think it could make her be tired for 4 months and need to take pills for it. :scratch: She has played too many tourneys, but then she's not exactly winning so much in most tourneys - but then all the travel doesn't help either. But so then if it was something emotional that happened in Rome, why would she need a blood test? It's all a bit strange. I think she just shouldn't have said anything about Rome. :tape: I wish she hadn't...

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:02 PM
Yeah - that article is better. But then it makes it sound like it was an emotional/stressful thing that happened in Rome, but I don't think it could make her be tired for 4 months and need to take pills for it. :scratch: She has played too many tourneys, but then she's not exactly winning so much in most tourneys - but then all the travel doesn't help either. But so then if it was something emotional that happened in Rome, why would she need a blood test? It's all a bit strange. I think she just shouldn't have said anything about Rome. :tape: I wish she hadn't...

Exactly. She indeed shouldn't have said anything about what happened in Rome . It's make me thinking about a horrible thing that happened which i don't dare to say here :eek:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:04 PM
Exactly. She indeed shouldn't have said anything about what happened in Rome . It's make me thinking about a horrible thing that happened which i don't dare to say here :eek:

A couple of people have posed theories on Misa's sites, and yeah I just don't wanna think about some of the things people are thinking about, coz they aren't nice, and then it's making me worry more.

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:07 PM
A couple of people have posed theories on Misa's sites, and yeah I just don't wanna think about some of the things people are thinking about, coz they aren't nice, and then it's making me worry more.

i agree. We just need to stop speculating and just wait for the outcome of the blood test. Cause all this speculating is driving me crazy :o

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:11 PM
i agree. We just need to stop speculating and just wait for the outcome of the blood test. Cause all this speculating is driving me crazy :o

Oh I haven't been speculating about what could have happened in Rome - believe me, there's plenty more i could say on that. But I won't. ;) So yeah, hopefully they will find out quick what's wrong so we don't have to wait so long and drive ourselves crazy. ;)

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:15 PM
Oh I haven't been speculating about what could have happened in Rome - believe me, there's plenty more i could say on that. But I won't. ;) So yeah, hopefully they will find out quick what's wrong so we don't have to wait so long and drive ourselves crazy. ;)

OK. I have been speculating :p
She should have done a blood test by now i think :confused:

.:sk:.
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:18 PM
:awww: :hug:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:19 PM
OK. I have been speculating :p
She should have done a blood test by now i think :confused:

The results don't come back in 2 hours though. :p it usually takes at least a couple of days. :p

Ben.
Sep 1st, 2007, 02:20 PM
Poor Misa :sad: shame this had to happen to her. hope she is okay & that everything becomes a positive for her later on :hug:

Mileen
Sep 1st, 2007, 03:45 PM
Well you think wrong. In TWO articles she talks about something private in MAY, which is when she says she started to feel bad with her body. And why would her Dad have something to do with her being sick and having taken pills for months? :scratch: He was always going to take a step back anyway this year. That was made clear after Wimby for sure, but I don't think that him taking a step back is making her feel tired and having to take pills since May. :confused:

Well, maybe you should read het Algemeen Dagblad, (Dutch newspaper). You completely read me - in your own words -WRONG, and there is no need to react so hostile and arrogant. Furthermore, I didn't mentione anything about a probable illness. So "why would her Dad have something to do with her being sick and having taken pills for months?", is indeed your own :scratch: -y thought. :p
In the article Elwin (I thought it was) posted, her "too-private-to-talk-about-problem" is something different than her probable illness. Except for maybe in your own Dutchie world :p , a "private problem" isn't equal to an "illness" of the kind she seems to have anyway. Furthermore, she said she ALSO has an annoying too-private-to-talk-about-problem. Perhaps you should learn to read :p
Also, her father is not just taking a step back, but according to the newspaper (AD), they will have a definite, professional break-up after the USO, which is right now. He is leaving Holland too, since he doesn't like the country nor it's mentallity. Both her parents have advised her - again, according to the newspaper - to leave Holland too and come live in the Czech Republic. Her mother would love having her there. According to the newspaper her father is through with coaching her, they tend to think the opposite, he wants her to do something, so he tells, and she wants to do the opposite most of the times. It was already known they would perhaps break up professionally, since earlier articles, a few months ago, wrote Richard had advised his father to step back and hire a real coach, but her father thought that to be too expensive, also he wanted to protect his daughter on (and from) the tour. Understandably, he himself couldn't let go. Equally understandable, perhaps Michaella is going through an adolescent fight with her father.
In the same article though, her father strongly expressed he wouldn't accept his daughter to be lesbian, this again resulting in Richard being angry with his father for expressing himself like this in a public article.
Now, that would be something too private to talk about, in particular if she would have to deal with her father's non-acceptance of the issue. Just a theoretical possibility, even more so since my brother told me a few months ago he thought she might be lesbian.

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 03:57 PM
Well, maybe you should read het Algemeen Dagblad, (Dutch newspaper). You completely read me - in your own words -WRONG, and there is no need to react so hostile and arrogant. Furthermore, I didn't mentione anything about a probable illness. So "why would her Dad have something to do with her being sick and having taken pills for months?", is indeed your own :scratch: -y thought. :p
In the article Elwin (I thought it was) posted, her "too-private-to-talk-about-problem" is something different than her probable illness. Except for maybe in your own Dutchie world :p , a "private problem" isn't equal to an "illness" of the kind she seems to have anyway. Furthermore, she said she ALSO has an annoying too-private-to-talk-about-problem. Perhaps you should learn to read :p
Also, her father is not just taking a step back, but according to the newspaper (AD), they will have a definite, professional break-up after the USO, which is right now. He is leaving Holland too, since he doesn't like the country nor it's mentallity. Both her parents have advised her - again, according to the newspaper - to leave Holland too and come live in the Czech Republic. Her mother would love having her there. According to the newspaper her father is through with coaching her, they tend to think the opposite, he wants her to do something, so he tells, and she wants to do the opposite most of the times. It was already known they would perhaps break up professionally, since earlier articles, a few months ago, wrote Richard had advised his father to step back and hire a real coach, but her father thought that to be too expensive, also he wanted to protect his daughter on (and from) the tour. Understandably, he himself couldn't let go. Equally understandable, perhaps Michaella is going through an adolescent fight with her father.
In the same article though, her father strongly expressed he wouldn't accept his daughter to be lesbian, this again resulting in Richard being angry with his father for expressing himself like this in a public article.
Now, that would be something too private to talk about, in particular if she would have to deal with her father's non-acceptance of the issue. Just a theoretical possibility, even more so since my brother told me a few months ago he thought she might be lesbian.

I have read both articles, thanks. And I reacted so hostile, coz you usually come into Misa threads and spew crap about her. She said the PROBLEMS started in May - and that's when she was talking about the private problem too - meaning she seemed to attribute the cause of her problems to whatever happened in May. What's so hard to understand about that? :scratch: I didn't say she ALSO has an annoying to talk about problem. I said nothing about her having any annoying private problem. :scratch: I said something happened in May that she doesn't want to talk about. That's different. I didn't say she said it was annoying. This is what Elwin translated:

"This is the first time that Krajicek speaks about her fysical condition that's teasing her for months now.I have been very ill! That maybe sounds as an excuse, but it's a fact. I'm confessing it now cause i lost, and i can't denie it anymore. I know when it's gone wrong but i don't want to talk about that, it's privet. That annoying privet conditions are since the tournament of Rome."

I know when it's gone wrong but I don't want to talk about it, it's private" - if that's not referring to her being sick, then what the heck is it referring to? :scratch:

Again, I HAVE read the article, so you don't need to tell me what it says. :rolleyes: Don't you think with me being a friend of Misa that I'd know about the whole coaching saga and her father stepping back saga? :scratch: And about her leaving Holland - well she's been living in Prague for years now anyway, so it's not really that she's "leave" Holland. Maybe they want her to become Czech, but it's up to her. She's still living in Prague anyway, so it's not like she doesn't see her family because she's living in Holland. Actually, her Dad said that her mother would find it worse if Misa was a lesbian, but also that he'd find it bad. I assume this is the article you were refering to:

"Meisjes worden in het circuit ergens naartoe getrokken. Ben ik nog steeds erg bang voor. Het ligt zo gevoelig. Deze kinderen raken overdonderd. Het is zo oneerlijk. Misa is daar niet bijzonder gevoelig voor. Maar wij zijn er ook steeds bij. Ik probeer dingen die ik niet leuk vind te relativeren en kleiner te maken. Na de juniorentijd is ze het contact met vele meisjes verloren. In die tijd was het gezellig. Ze had altijd gesprekspartners. Is nu veel minder, ze heeft dat opgelost, ze heeft wat kennissen gevonden. Ze heeft een paar meisjes met wie ze praat. Dat vind ik ook wel een probleem. Sommige speelsters zijn lesbisch. Mijn Misa is dat gelukkig niet. Dat is een gevaar dat in het circuit loert. Het is gek. Je kunt lesbisch worden. Ongeveer een maand geleden hebben we een wetenschappelijke studie gelezen. Bij mannen die naar de gevangenis moeten, komt dezelfde hoeveelheid homoseksuelen eruit als erin gaat. Bij vrouwen is dat honderd procent meer. Ze zijn er zo gevoelig voor! Ongelooflijk! Wist ik niet. Natuurlijk ben ik er bang voor. En mijn vrouw is nog conservatiever dan ik, ze zou het verschrikkelijk vinden."

(For the non Dutchies: Naturally I'm afraid of it (that Misa will be a lesbian). And my wife if more conservative than me, she would find it terrible).

Oh, and because your brother told you she might be a lesbian, you think she is? :haha: Great way to get your facts. Why does everyone suddenly start to think someone is a lesbian when they cut their hair? Funny that. (And for the record, personally, I don't give a damn if she's a lesbian or not. Makes no difference to me - but then I know some other things that alot of people here don't too, and no I won't say it, because I have been asked not to, and I respect her privacy).

Sander.
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:04 PM
Szavay...??

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:07 PM
Szavay...??

:confused: :confused:

Mileen
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:09 PM
I have read both articles, thanks. And I reacted so hostile, coz you usually come into Misa threads and spew crap about her.

In your fantasy maybe, since I hardly ever come into Krajicek's threads and certainly haven't spew crap about her.
Back on my ignore list.

Mightymirza
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:16 PM
misa :sad: I was rooting for you this tournament

Sander.
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:18 PM
ik denk serieus dat ze een relatie heeft met Agnes Szavay.
Als ze gewoon een vriend had dan had ze het wel gewoon gezegd.
Het ligt blijkbaar erg gevoelig.

I think serious she has a relation with Agnes Szavay.
As she had a boyfriend she really would say it.
Maybe it is so that she don't want to say it??

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:34 PM
ik denk serieus dat ze een relatie heeft met Agnes Szavay.
Als ze gewoon een vriend had dan had ze het wel gewoon gezegd.
Het ligt blijkbaar erg gevoelig.

I think serious she has a relation with Agnes Szavay.
As she had a boyfriend she really would say it.
Maybe it is so that she don't want to say it??

:eek: :spit:

Maybe you're right, maybe you're not. Off course it's possible.
It looks like its glandular fever, and yes Szavay had it last year. But we don't know the outcome of the blood test, so maybe it's something else!


But i think your just talking crap :p

hablo
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:51 PM
Well, maybe you should read het Algemeen Dagblad, (Dutch newspaper). You completely read me - in your own words -WRONG, and there is no need to react so hostile and arrogant. Furthermore, I didn't mentione anything about a probable illness. So "why would her Dad have something to do with her being sick and having taken pills for months?", is indeed your own :scratch: -y thought. :p
In the article Elwin (I thought it was) posted, her "too-private-to-talk-about-problem" is something different than her probable illness. Except for maybe in your own Dutchie world :p , a "private problem" isn't equal to an "illness" of the kind she seems to have anyway. Furthermore, she said she ALSO has an annoying too-private-to-talk-about-problem. Perhaps you should learn to read :p
Also, her father is not just taking a step back, but according to the newspaper (AD), they will have a definite, professional break-up after the USO, which is right now. He is leaving Holland too, since he doesn't like the country nor it's mentallity. Both her parents have advised her - again, according to the newspaper - to leave Holland too and come live in the Czech Republic. Her mother would love having her there. According to the newspaper her father is through with coaching her, they tend to think the opposite, he wants her to do something, so he tells, and she wants to do the opposite most of the times. It was already known they would perhaps break up professionally, since earlier articles, a few months ago, wrote Richard had advised his father to step back and hire a real coach, but her father thought that to be too expensive, also he wanted to protect his daughter on (and from) the tour. Understandably, he himself couldn't let go. Equally understandable, perhaps Michaella is going through an adolescent fight with her father.
In the same article though, her father strongly expressed he wouldn't accept his daughter to be lesbian, this again resulting in Richard being angry with his father for expressing himself like this in a public article.
Now, that would be something too private to talk about, in particular if she would have to deal with her father's non-acceptance of the issue. Just a theoretical possibility, even more so since my brother told me a few months ago he thought she might be lesbian.

Szavay...??

ik denk serieus dat ze een relatie heeft met Agnes Szavay.
Als ze gewoon een vriend had dan had ze het wel gewoon gezegd.
Het ligt blijkbaar erg gevoelig.

I think serious she has a relation with Agnes Szavay.
As she had a boyfriend she really would say it.
Maybe it is so that she don't want to say it??
Damn, that's alot of drama!!! :eek:

Anyhow, when I saw her in Toronto, Krajicek looked fine. She was practicing hardcore, even after she had been eliminated.

Whatzup
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:53 PM
Haha what a dumb speculations again here!

I think (and I hope for Misa) that there isn't a big health problem. I think she's just very tired and maybe has had fever and because she has a hard schedule it never got totally better. If it was really serieus, believe me, she had tested her blood much earlier, because she is a professional tennis player! I think she's saying al those things because she was tired and a little bit mad from her lose agianst Szavay.

And all those other speculations are just dumb, why can't some people respect her private life without going to speculate about things about her!

I hope she gets better soon!

Groenefelder25
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:55 PM
:sad: oh thats horrible! please get better soon misa :hug:

Elwin.
Sep 1st, 2007, 08:27 PM
Haha what a dumb speculations again here!

I think (and I hope for Misa) that there isn't a big health problem. I think she's just very tired and maybe has had fever and because she has a hard schedule it never got totally better. If it was really serieus, believe me, she had tested her blood much earlier, because she is a professional tennis player! I think she's saying al those things because she was tired and a little bit mad from her lose agianst Szavay.

And all those other speculations are just dumb, why can't some people respect her private life without going to speculate about things about her!

I hope she gets better soon!

she said that she knew when the problems started.
Yeah right, she said that is was going on and off, i can't imagine that she has a fever then( from the beginning of rome; 1 week fever, 2 weeks no fever, 2 weeks fever, 1 week no fever, 3 weeks fever, 1 week no fever. That's not Possible!! ).
I just can't imagine that it's not a healt problem, if you see how she is talking about it. Maybe she is overreacting. But it sounds really bad how she talks about it
Off course she is tired, but that's normal when she played so much!!


But i hope you're right ;)

DutchieGirl
Sep 2nd, 2007, 12:45 AM
In your fantasy maybe, since I hardly ever come into Krajicek's threads and certainly haven't spew crap about her.
Back on my ignore list.

:haha: Yeah right you don't. What, can't take the fact that I called you on it? And if I was on your ignore list, why even take me off? :cuckoo:

Elwin.
Sep 3rd, 2007, 09:03 AM
still nothing about the outcome of the blood test :scared: :scared:

nniels
Sep 3rd, 2007, 03:10 PM
I hope it's nothing too bad :hug: