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CosmicDefender
Mar 11th, 2008, 01:47 PM
AO lucky draw semifinalist's ranking points will take a hit this week. At best she'll be killed by Sharapova in quarters :(

mapaliey
Mar 11th, 2008, 01:51 PM
so what.....

slamchamp
Mar 11th, 2008, 01:56 PM
so what.....well said

Matt01
Mar 11th, 2008, 02:02 PM
Hantuchova will be fine. She will get far in doubles with Lindsay and later has nothing to defend in Miami. :D :wavey:

slamchamp
Mar 11th, 2008, 02:06 PM
Hantuchova will be fine. She will get far in doubles with Lindsay and later has nothing to defend in Miami. :D :wavey:
:wavey:

Matt01
Mar 11th, 2008, 02:08 PM
:wavey:


Your point being?

Renalicious
Mar 11th, 2008, 02:10 PM
Daniela will give a brutal beatdown on Maria. 7-5, 6-0.

BuTtErFrEnA
Mar 11th, 2008, 02:30 PM
Daniela will give a brutal beatdown on Maria. 7-5, 6-0.

hope you are kidding lol lol :unsure:

Slutati
Mar 11th, 2008, 04:36 PM
Don't worry Daniela will defend the title.Easily.

Chunchun
Mar 11th, 2008, 04:56 PM
AO lucky draw semifinalist's ranking points will take a hit this week. At best she'll be killed by Sharapova in quarters :(

I agree. It's sad but damn true.:tape::sad:

MisterMan
Mar 11th, 2008, 05:20 PM
I can't believe Lindsay's playing Doubs again with her after Daniela quit on her mid tournament last time !
Doesn't Lindsay feel that Dani will withdraw from doubles again if she's getting deep in the singles draw ?!

IMPOSSIBLE
Mar 11th, 2008, 05:32 PM
Lindsay did the same too her I believe

serenus_2k8
Mar 11th, 2008, 05:39 PM
Thats the way it goes, not Marias fault if Daniela cant defend! Btw, why isnt Anna C playing here?

MisterMan
Mar 11th, 2008, 05:54 PM
Btw, why isnt Anna C playing here?

Anna Lena Groenfeld ate her.

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 11th, 2008, 06:01 PM
AO lucky draw semifinalist's ranking points will take a hit this week. At best she'll be killed by Sharapova in quarters :(

Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.

Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.

CosmicDefender, that you very clearly and obviously don't like Hantuchova is fine. No one has to like every player. That your posts are almost always filled with bile, smug arogance and negativity is less good. That you quite obviously do no research into your stupid nasty statements however is even more damning. I don't normally get as rude as to tell someone to piss off but in your case having had a good look at your posts I'm afraid that kind of language appears to be the only thing you understand...so piss off!!!

Beny
Mar 11th, 2008, 06:08 PM
I can't believe Lindsay's playing Doubs again with her after Daniela quit on her mid tournament last time !
Doesn't Lindsay feel that Dani will withdraw from doubles again if she's getting deep in the singles draw ?!

As if Lindsay that cared about doubles.... ;)

I think she wants to play like 2-3 matches to practise a bit

serenus_2k8
Mar 11th, 2008, 06:08 PM
Anna Lena Groenfeld ate her.

Oh I see. Shame. :rolleyes:

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 11th, 2008, 06:20 PM
Anna Lena Groenfeld ate her.

This joke is just one vital ingredient away from being a success. Problem is, it is not remotely funny. :tape:

Lunaris
Mar 11th, 2008, 06:22 PM
I can't believe Lindsay's playing Doubs again with her after Daniela quit on her mid tournament last time !
Doesn't Lindsay feel that Dani will withdraw from doubles again if she's getting deep in the singles draw ?!
I will write it once again specially for you. Last time at the AO it was Lindsay's idea to pull out from the dubs. She knew Daniela had problem with her heel and was still alive in singles so she suggested that they withdraw. If Lindsay was so displeased with Daniela why would she asked her to play dubs with her again? Because it's Lindsay who wants to play dubs with Daniela not the contrary.
Get it together, Mister. ;)

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 11th, 2008, 06:24 PM
I will write it once again specially for you. Last time at the AO it was Lindsay's idea to pull out from the dubs. She knew Daniela had problem with her heel and was still alive in singles so she suggested that they withdraw. If Lindsay was so displeased with Daniela why would she asked her to play dubs with her again? Because it's Lindsay who wants to play dubs with Daniela not the contrary.
Get it together, Mister. ;)

:yeah:

Barrie_Dude
Mar 11th, 2008, 07:00 PM
Maria will eat Daniella for lunch! I just hope that it does not happen in front of women and children as it will be brutal. Savage even!

Matt01
Mar 11th, 2008, 07:10 PM
Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.

Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.

CosmicDefender, that you very clearly and obviously don't like Hantuchova is fine. No one has to like every player. That your posts are almost always filled with bile, smug arogance and negativity is less good. That you quite obviously do no research into your stupid nasty statements however is even more damning. I don't normally get as rude as to tell someone to piss off but in your case having had a good look at your posts I'm afraid that kind of language appears to be the only thing you understand...so piss off!!!


:bowdown::bowdown::bowdown:

SAEKeithSerena
Mar 11th, 2008, 07:31 PM
Daniela will give a brutal beatdown on Maria. 7-5, 6-0.
um do you mean the OTHER way around hun'?:help::kiss:

Il Primo!
Mar 11th, 2008, 09:10 PM
Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.



Not necessarily.

I mean, the first and only time Dani was in this situation of defending champion, what did she do? She lost against Coetzer, I even think she chocked in the second set :scract:
Maybe she had already started her anorexia phase, OR maybe she just couldn't cope with this situation. And since she's a mental midget (or at least kind of),that could happen this year, once again. It's 50-50, it's not that likely she plays at least a very competitive match against Pova.

LindsayRulz
Mar 11th, 2008, 09:15 PM
Even if she loses in the second round, I think she'll stay no.8.

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 11th, 2008, 09:47 PM
Even if she loses in the second round, I think she'll stay no.8.

I'm pretty sure Dani needs to make the quarters in Indian Wells to say ahead of Serena. But it's not really a big deal as in all likelihood even if Serena gets past Daniela this week, Daniela is pretty sure to be ahead after Miami.

Thanx4nothin
Mar 11th, 2008, 09:49 PM
[QUOTE=Axarus;12684889]Not necessarily.

I mean, the first and only time Dani was in this situation of defending champion, what did she do? She lost against Coetzer, I even think she chocked in the second set :scract:
Maybe she had already started her anorexia phase, OR maybe she just couldn't cope with this situation. And since she's a mental midget (or at least kind of),that could happen this year, once again. It's 50-50,

OK try no.2 i agree with a great deal of what you have said here Daniela is often unpredictable.

Thanx4nothin
Mar 11th, 2008, 09:51 PM
I'm pretty sure Dani needs to make the quarters in Indian Wells to say ahead of Serena. But it's not really a big deal as in all likelihood even if Serena past Daniela this week, Daniela is pretty sure to be ahead after Miami.


Well lets hope Serena can defend because we need the best players in the world and i think Serena adds more to tour when she is there and playing well than Daniela, not that obviously in an ideal world both would be playing well.:rolleyes:

Il Primo!
Mar 11th, 2008, 09:58 PM
Good on you DW. Being compared me to the tangled-brained Bradley's fans annoys the hell out of me. If lots of Masha's fans like Hénin, the Williams part of me can't do so. :lol:

Thanx4nothin
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:00 PM
Good on you DW. Being compared me to the tangled-brained Bradley's fans annoys the hell out of me. If lots of Masha's fans like Hénin, the Williams part of me can't do so. :lol:

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:11 PM
Not necessarily.

I mean, the first and only time Dani was in this situation of defending champion, what did she do? She lost against Coetzer, I even think she chocked in the second set :scract:
Maybe she had already started her anorexia phase, OR maybe she just couldn't cope with this situation. And since she's a mental midget (or at least kind of),that could happen this year, once again. It's 50-50, it's not that likely she plays at least a very competitive match against Pova.

If you want to predict that Maria will defeat Daniela in a non-competitive type, say Daniela winning fewer than six games, you can. And if you want to uses a match from 5 years ago to support you case, you can. I don't dispute it is a possible outcome. But I don't think it will happen that way. :shrug:

Ghoul123
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:15 PM
I hope Shahar will take her down
Not likely though...

spiritedenergy
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:16 PM
AO lucky draw semifinalist's ranking points will take a hit this week. At best she'll be killed by Sharapova in quarters :(

I agree. It will actually be the first time I'll enjoy a beatdown from Sharapova:lol::tape:

Derek.
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:22 PM
Not necessarily.

I mean, the first and only time Dani was in this situation of defending champion, what did she do? She lost against Coetzer, I even think she chocked in the second set :scract:
Maybe she had already started her anorexia phase, OR maybe she just couldn't cope with this situation. And since she's a mental midget (or at least kind of),that could happen this year, once again. It's 50-50, it's not that likely she plays at least a very competitive match against Pova.

Oh that makes perfect sense. :tape:

Because Daniela, the way she plays, and how she thinks is exactly the same as 5 years ago. :weirdo:

Il Primo!
Mar 11th, 2008, 10:37 PM
If you want to predict that Maria will defeat Daniela in a non-competitive type, say Daniela winning fewer than six games, you can. And if you want to uses a match from 5 years ago to support you case, you can. I don't dispute it is a possible outcome. But I don't think it will happen that way. :shrug:

I was just saying, basically, you never know with Daniela. So saying it's likely she takes her chances againt Masha is not safe. She could, she couldn't. I'm not making any prediction, I'm just stating.

Oh that makes perfect sense. :tape:

Because Daniela, the way she plays, and how she thinks is exactly the same as 5 years ago. :weirdo:

Now I find the Derek I kno. You're such a mug. You're so insecure when it comes down to your favs. I've nothing against Dani (well, not since the OZ), I've said nothing nasty about her. Calm down child. Derek, do you plan to grow up soneday?

heytennis
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:41 AM
I think if they meet it'll be something like 6-4/6-4 for Maria but nothing is guaranteed. Daniela loves Indian Wells and could produce amazing tennis for an upset.

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 12th, 2008, 12:49 AM
I think if they meet it'll be something like 6-4/6-4 for Maria but nothing is guaranteed. Daniela loves Indian Wells and could produce amazing tennis for an upset.

I agree. :yeah:

AcesHigh
Mar 12th, 2008, 01:00 AM
Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.

Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.

CosmicDefender, that you very clearly and obviously don't like Hantuchova is fine. No one has to like every player. That your posts are almost always filled with bile, smug arogance and negativity is less good. That you quite obviously do no research into your stupid nasty statements however is even more damning. I don't normally get as rude as to tell someone to piss off but in your case having had a good look at your posts I'm afraid that kind of language appears to be the only thing you understand...so piss off!!!

Even if someone doesn't agree with this..no one can deny it is very well put :worship: :worship:

I expect a competitive match from Dani. It's Indian Wells and she's defending champ.

So Disrespectful
Mar 12th, 2008, 02:15 AM
Oh no, she'll fall down one place in the rankings. :scared:

She should just retire, world number 9 is pathetic. Oh, sorry Serena. ;)

Danči Dementia
Mar 12th, 2008, 02:27 AM
:rolleyes: :yawn: useless stupid thread

rockstar
Mar 12th, 2008, 04:56 AM
I agree. It will actually be the first time I'll enjoy a beatdown from Sharapova:lol::tape:

HATER :wavey:

Junex
Mar 12th, 2008, 08:52 AM
I can't imagine i will be rooting for Daniela over Masha!!!

to think that 3 years ago i have a very heated argument with T-Rex, me defending Masha and he to Daniela.......

matty
Mar 12th, 2008, 03:31 PM
Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.

Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.

CosmicDefender, that you very clearly and obviously don't like Hantuchova is fine. No one has to like every player. That your posts are almost always filled with bile, smug arogance and negativity is less good. That you quite obviously do no research into your stupid nasty statements however is even more damning. I don't normally get as rude as to tell someone to piss off but in your case having had a good look at your posts I'm afraid that kind of language appears to be the only thing you understand...so piss off!!!

WELL SAID!!!

BuTtErFrEnA
Mar 12th, 2008, 05:56 PM
I'm pretty sure Dani needs to make the quarters in Indian Wells to say ahead of Serena. But it's not really a big deal as in all likelihood even if Serena gets past Daniela this week, Daniela is pretty sure to be ahead after Miami.

but don't the miami points come off during IW since everything is now a week ahead?? i thought that is how it went especially with vee in memphis...so won't she in fact only be able to gain points for playing miami?? just a serious question, would be grateful for a response on how this is working :)

Shvedbarilescu
Mar 12th, 2008, 06:09 PM
but don't the miami points come off during IW since everything is now a week ahead?? i thought that is how it went especially with vee in memphis...so won't she in fact only be able to gain points for playing miami?? just a serious question, would be grateful for a response on how this is working :)

Wow you really put a spanner in the works here. :lol:

I did read the TBE say something about the points going on/points going off thing being a bit out of sych at the moment but of course that is just a short term thing. What is certain is that before long Dani's Indian Wells points will come off, and a couple of weeks later (give or take a week) Serena's Miami points will then come off.

In truth I am not absolutely sure of the timing that the IW points and the Miami points will come off and it is possible that for a brief period players might be in possession of both their old IW and any brand new ones and same thing with Miami but I'm not saying that will happen but just that I'm not sure it won't if you get my drift. Or the Miami points might go off sooner so that Serena will have already lost those points by the start of the tournament and then have nothing but points to add from her current Miami at the end of the tournament. If that happened and Miami took the ranking from that week and not the week before it obviously wouldn't be ideal for Serena in terms of her seeding but hey all of this is just conjecture.

Really to be clear on the exact timely of all the points going off you need to speak to the expert...TheBoiledEgg. ;)

Mileen
Mar 12th, 2008, 06:10 PM
Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.



:haha:

Mic-190286
Mar 12th, 2008, 08:27 PM
Anna Lena Groenfeld ate her.

:lol:

poor ALG

Il Primo!
Mar 20th, 2008, 05:37 AM
Not necessarily.

I mean, the first and only time Dani was in this situation of defending champion, what did she do? She lost against Coetzer, I even think she chocked in the second set :scract:
Maybe she had already started her anorexia phase, OR maybe she just couldn't cope with this situation. And since she's a mental midget (or at least kind of),that could happen this year, once again. It's 50-50, it's not that likely she plays at least a very competitive match against Pova.

If you want to predict that Maria will defeat Daniela in a non-competitive type, say Daniela winning fewer than six games, you can. And if you want to uses a match from 5 years ago to support you case, you can. I don't dispute it is a possible outcome. But I don't think it will happen that way. :shrug:

Oh that makes perfect sense. :tape:

Because Daniela, the way she plays, and how she thinks is exactly the same as 5 years ago. :weirdo:

I was just saying, basically, you never know with Daniela. So saying it's likely she takes her chances againt Masha is not safe. She could, she couldn't. I'm not making any prediction, I'm just stating.



Now I find the Derek I kno. You're such a mug. You're so insecure when it comes down to your favs. I've nothing against Dani (well, not since the OZ), I've said nothing nasty about her. Calm down child. Derek, do you plan to grow up soneday?



UP UP UP

:devil::worship: to me.

mamno_MARYFAN
Mar 20th, 2008, 06:36 AM
Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.

Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.

CosmicDefender, that you very clearly and obviously don't like Hantuchova is fine. No one has to like every player. That your posts are almost always filled with bile, smug arogance and negativity is less good. That you quite obviously do no research into your stupid nasty statements however is even more damning. I don't normally get as rude as to tell someone to piss off but in your case having had a good look at your posts I'm afraid that kind of language appears to be the only thing you understand...so piss off!!!
I SO LOVE THIS POST!!!!:bounce::bounce:

mamno_MARYFAN
Mar 20th, 2008, 06:37 AM
Oh yes, you are so right. Daniela's ranking is really likely to seriously plummet this week. If she fails to reach the quarterfinals it is going to drop from her current position of eight all the way down to.........nine. Providing she reaches the quarterfinals as expected she will remain exactly where she is. From then on right through to the US Open she is much more likely to gain points than lose them infact.

Regarding the possibility of Sharapova "killing" Hantuchova well it's a possibility, nothing more, nothing less. But infact, while Sharapova has won their last 6 matches, 4 of them have been competitive with Daniela winning at least 8 games and only once has she really been totally outclassed. Given that Daniela has been in some of the best form of her career in the last year and this is her favourite tournament I would consider it likely that at the very least Daniela will play a very competitive match against Sharapova.

CosmicDefender, that you very clearly and obviously don't like Hantuchova is fine. No one has to like every player. That your posts are almost always filled with bile, smug arogance and negativity is less good. That you quite obviously do no research into your stupid nasty statements however is even more damning. I don't normally get as rude as to tell someone to piss off but in your case having had a good look at your posts I'm afraid that kind of language appears to be the only thing you understand...so piss off!!!
I SO LOVE THIS POST!!!!:bounce::bounce:

CosmicDefender
Mar 20th, 2008, 08:31 AM
Awww mental midget.

mandy7
Mar 20th, 2008, 08:46 AM
so...what will happen to her ranking? :p

Nikkiri
Mar 20th, 2008, 08:55 AM
Awww mental midget.

Awwww stupid troll :awww:

pka_liloo
Mar 20th, 2008, 09:22 AM
so, another 3 years then, till the next whale? :awww: