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Mr.Sharapova
Sep 6th, 2010, 01:05 PM
The history of tennis has its roots in Kosovo after the First World War. In those times, the British, who were exploring Trepca mine, built the first tennis ground in Kosovo. This field exists even today as evidence of the time, but is covered with mud and grass.


While the Kosovars for the first time began to play tennis, in Prishtina. Some young enthusiasts started playing tennis even though there was no genuine grounds of tennis, no coaches, there was no proper equipment. But they started to play the sport which was so famous in Europe and in the World . In such difficult conditions, with terrain improvised tennis, tennis interest, like sport, surprisingly, increased steadily. At that time there were clubs formed all around Kosovo, as in Peja, Prishtina, Prizren etc.

Tennis Federation of Kosovo was formed in Peja, in October 1996. Today in Kosovo have seven licensed coaches internationally in 2002 by PTR (Professional Tennis Registry). Tennis Federation of Kosovo because of the circumstances known historical-political has yet to be a member of the European Asosiacionit tennis (ETA) and as of that world (ITF). . This has made the quality level of tennis and the relevant infrastructure to be low . Kosovo tennis players today have no part in tours of ETA and ITF officials. However, they have participated in several national and regional tournament tennis,in the neighboring countries.
Kosovo is the youngest country in the world and has the youngest population in Europe. We expect that Kosovo will soon become the 50th member of the European family of tennis and a member of the ITF's. Priority of my country is to build new tennis grounds, and the licensing of trainers, judges and training of management staff.

Petkorazzi
Sep 6th, 2010, 05:35 PM
:rolleyes:

Joana
Sep 14th, 2010, 01:50 PM
Why don't you tell us something about tennis in Kosovo then.
And while you're at it, who do you prefer, Adelina Ismajli or Leonora Jakupi?

Mr.Sharapova
Sep 14th, 2010, 02:29 PM
Clubs:

1.K.T. Prishtina - Prishtinė
The club was founded on the 27 June 1992. Is the oldest club in Kosovo. It has many players who are ranked pretty high in the Kosovo rankings list,it has its own tennis school and many coaches. The club consists of 230 members, 55% of which are females.
Courts: 4 (Hard)

With Roof: None

Players
Juniors: 120

Seniors and females: 70

Veterans : 20

Internacional: 20-30


Mob.044/182219
Mob. 044/ 123 647
Tel/Fax 038 512 888
E-mail: kostennis@yahoo.com



2.K.T. Trepca Mitrovicė
The club was founded on 15.08.2003. The founders are: Burim Citaku, Labinot Rexha dhe Arbnor Gjaka.

The club has its own tennis school which consists of 47 students.





3.K.T. Drenica - Skenderaj
The club consists 50 players from the age 6-30 years old.

These are the top 3 clubs in Kosovo!

Mr.Sharapova
Sep 14th, 2010, 02:35 PM
Kosovo Tennis tourneys !
Here are some of the most famous and with the highest participation tourneys in Kosovo.
"Sporek Open"

"Prizren Open"

"Dielli Open

"Trepca Open"

"Drenica Open"

"Prishtina Open"

"Masters"

Mr.Sharapova
Sep 14th, 2010, 02:37 PM
For more Information click this link:

http://tenniskosova.com/index.php?gjuha=0

Boreas
Sep 14th, 2010, 02:39 PM
Lovely - who's their best player?:happy:

Mr.Sharapova
Sep 14th, 2010, 02:41 PM
Lovely - who's their best player?:happy:

You can check the rankings list in the official website which I posted!

Joana
Sep 14th, 2010, 03:13 PM
I didn't know they don't participate in ETA tournaments. Are some players considering representing Albania so that they could have a chance to play?

Are people in Kosovo interested in pro tennis? Does your media report on ATP and WTA tournaments?

Mr.Sharapova
Sep 14th, 2010, 04:35 PM
I didn't know they don't participate in ETA tournaments. Are some players considering representing Albania so that they could have a chance to play?

Are people in Kosovo interested in pro tennis? Does your media report on ATP and WTA tournaments?

No at the moment none of the Kosovar players are representing Albania.As far as I know of course!

And yeah people in Kosovo are really interested in Tennis.I live in Peja and there are two clay courts near my house.And all day they are filled with people who want to play!And of course they watch a lot of Tennis!:)


Tournaments that are shown from the Media in Kosovo are:
1.Wimbledon(Full coverage from KTV)
2.French Open(SuperSport)
3.Toronto/Cincinnati Masters (Supersport 1,2)
4.WTA Championships Doha (Supersport 3)

These are tournaments that are shown from the local TV-s.Of course we also have EuroSport which covers all the other Tennis tournaments!

Just Do It
Sep 23rd, 2010, 02:19 PM
Are Jelena and Ana popular there ? :inlove:

Mr.Sharapova
Sep 23rd, 2010, 03:24 PM
Are Jelena and Ana popular there ? :inlove:

Jelena not a bit!

Ana a little:angel:

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 16th, 2010, 10:22 AM
So the season of Tennis in my city is officially over.

Had a great year,can't wait for the next one.

Joana
Nov 23rd, 2010, 01:08 AM
Can we spam this thread with random questions about Kosovo?

Just Do It
Nov 23rd, 2010, 01:22 AM
^ :sobbing: My thought exactly. I am curious how people live there and kinda shocked a person from Kosovo is posting here. I thought only Hashim Tachi can afford internet at Kosovo ?

Joana
Nov 23rd, 2010, 01:36 AM
I'm curious as well. I mean, we don't ever get to hear anything about Kosovo aside from the political matters or the issues of the Serbian community there.

I thought only Hashim Tachi can afford internet at Kosovo ?

Sadly, that probably is a widespread misconception among the Serbs. And who knows what they think about us, by the same token. Which is why it wouldn't hurt if we knew a bit more about each other.

Vaxey
Nov 23rd, 2010, 01:44 PM
And while you're at it, who do you prefer, Adelina Ismajli or Leonora Jakupi?

Adelina is so hottt :dance:

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 23rd, 2010, 04:05 PM
^ :sobbing: My thought exactly. I am curious how people live there and kinda shocked a person from Kosovo is posting here. I thought only Hashim Tachi can afford internet at Kosovo ?

You are so sarcastic :haha:

Everyone has internet in Kosova ..Thats why you should not judge a thing without knowing it better or actually seeing it :wavey::kiss:

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 23rd, 2010, 04:07 PM
I'm curious as well. I mean, we don't ever get to hear anything about Kosovo aside from the political matters or the issues of the Serbian community there.



Sadly, that probably is a widespread misconception among the Serbs. And who knows what they think about us, by the same token. Which is why it wouldn't hurt if we knew a bit more about each other.

What do you want to know about Kosova?

I know you heard so many things about my country and I heard a lot about yours but that doesn't mean I judge you as a person cause I don't know you..

Joana
Nov 23rd, 2010, 04:18 PM
Yay :D

What do you (people in general) speak at home, standard Albanian or Gheg?
Do people there know Ceca?

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 23rd, 2010, 04:27 PM
Yay :D

What do you (people in general) speak at home, standard Albanian or Gheg?
Do people there know Ceca?
We only speak Albanian and I don't have a single serb in my neighborhood or my city.

I live in Peja.And yes they know CECA and not in a good way believe me.

They just like her for her boobs:o:spit:

What is your opinion about us? Do you think Kosova is the heart of Serbia:help:

Joana
Nov 23rd, 2010, 04:41 PM
I know you all speak Albanian, I just wonder if people use standard Albanian in everyday life or Gheg dialect. Like, do you say "dashuri" or "dashni".
I asked about Ceca because I noticed on the Internet that she has some Albanian fans. From Peć/Peja, no less. :p
Do people know Serbian music at all there? Because the singers are busy copying each other's songs, in both ways. :D
Like:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5SCJQDCPjU&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNnpb2aX1Ag
or
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNHON1goTgg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61ez9A8zAVE


I don't think Kosovo is the heart of Serbia. But I do wish my mom could visit the place she was born in without fearing for her safety.

Are you a member of the "A mujm mu bo krejt 7 milion shqiptar qe e urrejn Serbin" group on Facebook?

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 23rd, 2010, 08:47 PM
Nope we just speak standard Albanian.Yep there are some who listen to Ceca but most of them are just for joking and we just joke with each other awww you listen to CECA and stuff but there are a lot of peoples who like her:shrug:

Well no one is in danger from visiting Kosova trust me. Have you ever been there to see it by yourself if it is dangerous or you just heard from others and you created an opinion about it? Cause you should come and visit us and then talk :yeah:

I'm not sure if I am a member of that group or not. It can be :shrug: but I'm not sure I have to check that out :)

Just Do It
Nov 23rd, 2010, 08:59 PM
Nope we just speak standard Albanian.Yep there are some who listen to Ceca but most of them are just for joking and we just joke with each other awww you listen to CECA and stuff but there are a lot of peoples who like her:shrug:

Well no one is in danger from visiting Kosova trust me. Have you ever been there to see it by yourself if it is dangerous or you just heard from others and you created an opinion about it? Cause you should come and visit us and then talk :yeah:

I'm not sure if I am a member of that group or not. It can be :shrug: but I'm not sure I have to check that out :)

What a diplomatic answer :spit: Something like that you should know str8 away. However, I was curious what kind of music do people listen in night clubs ? Is there Serbian ( or to put it better Balkan ) folk music in night clubs ?

Joana
Nov 23rd, 2010, 09:30 PM
Well no one is in danger from visiting Kosova trust me. Have you ever been there to see it by yourself if it is dangerous or you just heard from others and you created an opinion about it? Cause you should come and visit us and then talk :yeah:



You are completely right. I think it would be interesting to do some day, but not yet. And from what I've heard, going to Drenica (where my mom was born) isn't really a smart idea. Perhaps it's exaggerated, but I wouldn't feel calm there.
Are you uncomfortable talking to a shkija? You shouldn't be.

Is Adelina Ismajli the most popular singer in Kosovo like I've heard? I like her song "Trimit tim".

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 24th, 2010, 04:05 PM
What a diplomatic answer :spit: Something like that you should know str8 away. However, I was curious what kind of music do people listen in night clubs ? Is there Serbian ( or to put it better Balkan ) folk music in night clubs ?

Well its not a thing I know cause I don't have hate in me. But believe me if my father or any other member of my family would have got killed in the war that your country started I would hate your country that's why I understand the ones who have lost their near ones and hate your country not you people :rolleyes:

And nope the Balcan Music is not so popular in my country!. We hear A lot of Albanian songs and a lot of traditional songs as well. But we also listen to American Music and Artists and right now we are obsessed with French Music :spit:


Are you a member of any hating groups in FB towards Kosova.. Like Kosova je Serbie or stuff like that?

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 24th, 2010, 04:07 PM
You are completely right. I think it would be interesting to do some day, but not yet. And from what I've heard, going to Drenica (where my mom was born) isn't really a smart idea. Perhaps it's exaggerated, but I wouldn't feel calm there.
Are you uncomfortable talking to a shkija? You shouldn't be.

Is Adelina Ismajli the most popular singer in Kosovo like I've heard? I like her song "Trimit tim".

Well Its the same in your country right? I wish I would change this fact but I guess I can't:shrug: at least not alone. All peoples make mistakes like you guys did doing what you did to us but the most horrible thing is that you didn't even apologize for what you did and That hurts a lot.


Yeah she is popular but her popularity is going to an end these days cause there are a lot more artist my people are listening too at the moment like Dafina Zeqiri,Genta Ismaili etc.

Just Do It
Nov 25th, 2010, 11:13 AM
Well its not a thing I know cause I don't have hate in me. But believe me if my father or any other member of my family would have got killed in the war that your country started I would hate your country that's why I understand the ones who have lost their near ones and hate your country not you people :rolleyes:

And nope the Balcan Music is not so popular in my country!. We hear A lot of Albanian songs and a lot of traditional songs as well. But we also listen to American Music and Artists and right now we are obsessed with French Music :spit:


Are you a member of any hating groups in FB towards Kosova.. Like Kosova je Serbie or stuff like that?

I am a member of that group but that is not a hate group :lol: Not even similar to All 7 million Albanians who hate Serbs :secret:

Do people down there talk about possible independence of North Kosovo where Serbs live ? Would people accept on that if that would mean peace and full independence for Kosovo ?
Also, I have to add I met Albanian guy this summer. He is studying Serbian language in Tirana ( random ) and came here on student exchange program. He is obsessed with Serbia for some reason oh and he is orthodox. He said that almost all people from south Albania are Greek Orthodox ?

Joana
Nov 25th, 2010, 01:02 PM
Albanians are not like Serbs or Croats who almost universally belong to the same religion. They are mostly Muslims, but there's a lot of Orthodox Christians in southern and Catholics in northern Albania (and Montenegro). Although, from what I understand, the Albanian population of Kosovo is predominantly Muslim with a small Catholic minority.

And yes, "Kosovo je Srbija" is not really the same as "A mujm mu...". :shrug: It is possible to consider Kosovo a part of Serbia and not hate Albanians at the same time. That's not to say that Serbs don't hate Albanians; unfortunately many do.

Faleminderit shume for your answers, Milot. You're a smart kid. :)

Where do Kosovars typically go on holidays?
And what does Shko ne RS mean? :p

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 25th, 2010, 06:32 PM
I am a member of that group but that is not a hate group :lol: Not even similar to All 7 million Albanians who hate Serbs :secret:

Do people down there talk about possible independence of North Kosovo where Serbs live ? Would people accept on that if that would mean peace and full independence for Kosovo ?
Also, I have to add I met Albanian guy this summer. He is studying Serbian language in Tirana ( random ) and came here on student exchange program. He is obsessed with Serbia for some reason oh and he is orthodox. He said that almost all people from south Albania are Greek Orthodox ?

Yeah but It is considered as a hating group cause lets face it you know it and I know that Kosova is not Serbia right :);).

Nope there is no chance that the northern part of Kosova is going to separate from my country .And No I wouldn't accept a thing like that cause as I reckon that is not Serbia's land and its pointless to do that. And it won't happen believe me not until USA is on your side or something.

Well if a person is Albanian doesn't mean he is not interested in knowing your culture and stuff.Good for him that he chose to study Serbian I bet there are also Serbians who study Albanian :angel:.

And no the last sentence you formulated is incorrect sorry:angel:.

Mr.Sharapova
Nov 25th, 2010, 06:34 PM
Albanians are not like Serbs or Croats who almost universally belong to the same religion. They are mostly Muslims, but there's a lot of Orthodox Christians in southern and Catholics in northern Albania (and Montenegro). Although, from what I understand, the Albanian population of Kosovo is predominantly Muslim with a small Catholic minority.

And yes, "Kosovo je Srbija" is not really the same as "A mujm mu...". :shrug: It is possible to consider Kosovo a part of Serbia and not hate Albanians at the same time. That's not to say that Serbs don't hate Albanians; unfortunately many do.

Faleminderit shume for your answers, Milot. You're a smart kid. :)

Where do Kosovars typically go on holidays?
And what does Shko ne RS mean? :p

The population in Kosova is 95 % Muslim and 5 % Catholic.
It is possible I know that but is it realistic and is it reasonable I doubt that is :shrug:.

No problem I hope I helped you with what you wanted to know.
We usually go in Albania cause the sea there is amazing and its like going into our second home for vacations and you have no Idea how good that feels :angel:.

And Shko nRRS means Fuck you :shrug::spit:.

Are you a male or a female?:angel:

Caipirinha Guy
Mar 13th, 2012, 05:46 PM
Any news from Kosovo tennis? Any talents?

Chilenaitor
Jan 30th, 2013, 04:34 PM
news of kosovo tennis?

Mr.Sharapova
Jan 31st, 2013, 11:21 AM
news of kosovo tennis?

Will keep you updated soon :angel:.

Ballbasher
Jun 30th, 2013, 10:19 PM
Actually your #1 listed male player is playing for Germany and for a club, which is not too far away from me. ;)

Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 09:39 PM
https://www.facebook.com/kosova.tennis?ref=stream

More about the sport of tennis in Kosova :yeah:.

Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 09:47 PM
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Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 09:47 PM
An activity which was held to promote tennis among children in my hometown, Peja.

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Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 09:48 PM
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Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 09:57 PM
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Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 10:07 PM
The Facebook page of the biggest tennis club in the Republic of Kosova - Prishtina Tennis Club

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tennis-Prishtina/186202798064585

Mr.Sharapova
Feb 4th, 2014, 10:11 PM
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Mr.Sharapova
Feb 25th, 2014, 10:23 PM
Adelina Ismajli or Leonora Jakupi?http://interinsurances.com/hugd.jpg


http://interinsurances.com/huht.jpg

Neither :oh:.