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juki
Jun 26th, 2011, 10:52 PM
Day 1 was today, all the seeds advanced but some good ties :)

Zone A Rakovnik (CZE)

(1)Czech Republic vs Bye

(3)Germany d. Netherlands 3-0
Alexandra Bezemenova d. Janine Hemmes 75 63
Katharina Gerlach d. Tess Van Dinteren 61 61
Gerlach/Hobgarski d. Hemmes/Van Dinteren 61 62

(4)Bulgaria d. Estonia 3-0
Vivian Zlatanova d. Birgit Burk 61 62
Dessislava Zlateva d. Jana Kuzovkova 60 62
Zlatanova/Arshinkova d. Kuzovkova/Pajumets 61 62

(2)Latvia d. Poland 3-0
Darta-Elizabeta Emulina d. Aleksandra Buczynska 64 62
Jelena Ostapenko d. Magdalena Frech 62 62
Ostapenko/Emulina d. Frech/Buchla 61 63

Zone B Castellammare (ITA)

(1)Ukraine d. Malta 3-0
Anastasiya Fedoryshyn d. Alexia Cassar 60 60
Keteryna Sliusar d. Rebecca McCarthy 61 60
Fedoryshyn/Veksler d. Cassar/McCarthy 60 60

(4)Great Britain d. Italy 2-1
Lana Rush d. Martina Zerulo 62 64
Freya Christie d. Silvia Chinellato 61 61
Christie/Lumsden l. Chinellato/Zerulo 26 16

(2)Slovak Republic d. Turkey 3-0
Katerina Stresnakova d. Muge Topsel 61 67(7) 63
Kristina Schmiedlova d. Ege Tomey 67(8) 62 62 (3h 35 min)
Schmiedlova/Kupkova d. Tomey/Topsel 62 62

(3)Croatia d. Portugal 2-1
Ivona Cudina d. Mafalda Fernandes 60 63
Ana Konjuh d. Matilde Fernandes 63 63
Cudina/Sunjic l. Maf. Fernandes/Sualehe 36 60 36

juki
Jun 26th, 2011, 10:52 PM
Zone C Timisoara (ROU)

(1)Romania d. Sweden 2-1
Raluca Ciufrila l. Sofia Ferding 67(3) 60 46
Andreea Ghitescu d. Kajsa Rinaldo Persson 63 62
Ciufrila/Ghitescu d. Ferding/Rinaldo Persson 61 64

(4)Belgium d. Moldova 3-0
Greetje Minnen d. Elvira Juravliova 61 76(2)
Magali Kempen d. Anastasia Detiuc 62 76(2)
Kempen/Van Der Sypt 60 61

(3)Hungary d. Spain 2-1
Dalma Galfi d. Marta Garcia Gausi 62 63
Bianka Bekefi l. Julia Payola Sucarrats 46 26
Galfi/Stolmar d. Canas Alvarez/Payola Sucarrats 62 67(3) 75

(2)Serbia d. Greece 3-0
Nikolina Jovic d. Matha Matoula 67(2) 62 63
Ivana Jorovic d. Valentini Grammatikopoulou 46 64 62
Jovic/Tomic d. Kotsakis/Matoula 62 75

Zone D Slatina (SLO)

(1)Russia d. France 3-0
Darya Kasatkina d. Margot Yerolymos 60 62
Anastasiya Rychagova d. Mathilde Armitano 46 64 63
Komardina/Rychagova d. Amitano/Yerolymos 63 46 75

(4)Belarus d. Bosnia & Herzegovina 2-1
Hanna Yedzelkina l. Ena Camdzic 60 60
Iryna Shymanovich d. Katarina Jokic 62 57 75
Shymanovich/Sakalouskaya d. Jokic/Camdzic 76(6) 63

(3)Slovenia d. Austria 3-0
Manca Pislak d. Alena Weiss 61 62
Nina Potocnik d. Lena Reichel 61 60
Pislak/Mraz d. Reichel/Buchta 26 76(4) 64

(2)Switzerland d. Denmark 3-0
Jil Belen Teichmann d. Emma Roenholt 63 62
Belinda Bencic d. Emilie Francati 61 61
Bencic/Grimm d. Roenholt/Svarre 61 60

juki
Jun 26th, 2011, 10:56 PM
Germany should upset Czechs tomorrow I think :scratch:
Turkey & Greece had good showings :yeah:
Jokic came up just short for Bosnia :sad:
Kasatkina playing singles ahead of Komardina :eek: Although maybe they are saving Komardina for later? Russian team is so deep it doesn't really matter :lol:

hellas719
Jun 27th, 2011, 02:49 AM
(2)Serbia d. Greece 3-0
Nikolina Jovic d. Martha Matoula 67(2) 62 63
Ivana Jorovic d. Valentini Grammatikopoulou 46 64 62
Jovic/Tomic d. Kotsakis/Matoula 62 75

Greek girls chokers :sobbing:


Turkey & Greece had good showings :yeah:

Will we finally have a good generation? :unsure:

Our 1993 generation used to be amazing back in 2008/2009. I even hyped them up to be like a lesser version of the 1979 French girls :lol:. We had Papamichail, Papageorgiou, and Kordolaimi all in the U16 top 10 at the same time, Zengou in the top 20, and Konstantinidou in the top 40. For us that was amazing :hearts:. Konstantinidou seemed to have the least potential but she stepped it up in U18 and then Christopoulou was sort of added to the list eventually. We had a few other 1993 girls ranked for U18 but they weren't as good as these girls. Then things got bad. Papamichail always continued to progress and is now just outside the WTA top 400. Konstantinidou cracked the top 150 of U18 but she barely plays. But now she will be in the WTA rankings for the first time in her career after Wimbledon :). Papageorgiou disappeared. I have no clue what happened to her. All she did was crack the U18 top 400 or something and then she just vanished :sad:. Zengou also cracked the top 350/400 and vanished, but I recently spoke to her and she said that she had a serious knee injury but she didn't give up and she is coming back :D. Kordolaimi always was the second most promising to me (after Papamichail) and she was one point away from a WTA ranking when she was 15, and then she didn't play much and started to play juniors and she made a little progress and cracked the top 1000 in U18, but that was it :sad:. She had a serious injury and she's starting to come back and has played two Greek national tournaments since then (including one two weeks ago) and she won both (with barely any competition though) so she's still trying to come back and she's training at the Niki Pilic Academy in Germany. I still remember that video of her when she was 15 and she was hitting serves over 100mph :eek:. Christopoulou is close to a WTA ranking and she's a good doubles players and she's like the Greek Bethanie Mattek-Sands because of her outfits :lol:

Anyways sorry for writing so much and going totally off topic:spit:. To make things short we have had bad luck and we really want some good WTA players. I really have faith in Grammatikopoulou to be a good player in the future. She has so much potential. She can finally put us out of our misery...

TheBoiledEgg
Jun 27th, 2011, 09:01 AM
Germany should upset Czechs tomorrow I think :scratch:
Turkey & Greece had good showings :yeah:
Jokic came up just short for Bosnia :sad:
Kasatkina playing singles ahead of Komardina :eek: Although maybe they are saving Komardina for later? Russian team is so deep it doesn't really matter :lol:

Russia normally give top player rest in opener, its sometimes back fired :o
c'mon girls :bounce:

TheBoiledEgg
Jun 27th, 2011, 09:02 AM
its getting frightening times, soon this event will have girls born in 2000 :facepalm:

juki
Jun 27th, 2011, 06:37 PM
Zonal Semis were today, every country that won advances to the Finals :) Almost every tie was decided in doubles :eek: Biggest surprise is probably Bencic not coming through for Switzerland (good job by Potocnik!).


Zone A Rakovnik (CZE)

(1)Czech Republic d. (3)Germany 2-1
Miriam Kolodziejova d. Alexandra Bezemenova 64 64
Vendula Zovincova l. Katharina Gerlach 46 16
Zovincova/Kolodziejova d. Gerlach/Hobgarski 64 64

(2)Latvia d. (4)Bulgaria 2-1
Darta-Elizabeta Emulina l. Vivian Zlatanova 26 36
Jelena Ostapenko d. Dessislava Zlateva 63 62
Ostapenko/Emulina d. Zlatanova/Zlateva 61 60

Zone B Castellammare (ITA)

(4)Great Britain d. (1)Ukraine 2-1
Lana Rush d. Anastasiya Fedoryshyn 57 64 62
Freya Christie l. Keteryna Sliusar 46 63 68
Christie/Rush d. Sliusar/Veksler 63 62

(3)Croatia d. (2)Slovak Republic 2-1
Ivona Cudina d. Katerina Stresnakova 63 46 62
Ana Konjuh d. Kristina Schmiedlova 63 36 62
Cudina/Sunjic l. Stresnakova/Kupkova 26 26

Zone C Timisoara (ROU)

(1)Romania d. (4)Belgium 3-0
Raluca Ciufrila d. Greetje Minnen 62 63
Andreea Ghitescu d. Elena Van Der Sypt 64 63
Ciufrila/Cristian d. Kempen/Minnen 67(9) 75 62

(2)Serbia d. (3)Hungary 2-1
Nikolina Jovic l. Dalma Galfi 64 57 26
Ivana Jorovic d. Bianka Bekefi 62 75
Jovic/Jorovic d. Bekefi/Galfi 36 63 63

Zone D Slatina (SLO)

(1)Russia d. (4)Belarus 3-0
Anastasiya Rychagova d. Hanna Yedzelkina 60 61
Anastasiya Komardina d. Iryna Shymanovich 62 61
Rychagova/Kasatkina d. Shymanovich/Sakalouskaya 60 63

(3)Slovenia d. (2)Switzerland 2-1
Manca Pislak l. Chiara Grimm 26 67(2) 36
Nina Potocnik d. Belinda Bencic 76(3) 64
Potocnik/Pislak d. Bencic/Grimm 61 76(3)

For consolation results check: http://www.tenniseurope.org/page.aspx?id=16418 (http://www.tenniseurope.org/page.aspx?id=16418)

TheBoiledEgg
Jun 28th, 2011, 08:55 AM
Komardina :) the zonal finals are rather pointless as both made the main finals a few weeks down track.

juki
Jun 28th, 2011, 08:36 PM
Zonal Finals, no results for Zone C yet. I really don't really know why they a final either, something to do with seeding? Ostapenko, Konjuh, and the Russians were the best players in the zonal play, not surprisingly. Odd that Nina Potocnik didn't play today.

Zone A Rakovnik (CZE)

(2)Latvia d. (1)Czech Republic 2-1
Alise Isajeva l. Gabriela Andrea Knutson 62 63
Jelena Ostapenko d. Vendula Zovincova 57 63 62
Ostapenko/Emulina d. Knutson/Zovincova 63 63

Zone B Castellammare (ITA)

(3)Croatia d. (4)Great Britain 2-1
Margita Sunjic l. Lana Rush 64 62
Ana Konjuh d. Freya Christie 62 36 64
Cudina/Konjuh d. Christie/Rush 64 75

Zone D Slatina (SLO)

(1)Russia d. (2)Slovenia 2-0
Darya Kasatkina d. Hana Mraz 61 62
Anastasiya Komardina d. Manca Pislak 63 60

For full results: http://www.tenniseurope.org/page.aspx?id=16418

Matej
Jun 30th, 2011, 10:59 AM
Zonal Finals, no results for Zone C yet. I really don't really know why they a final either, something to do with seeding? Ostapenko, Konjuh, and the Russians were the best players in the zonal play, not surprisingly. Odd that Nina Potocnik didn't play today.

Zone A Rakovnik (CZE)

(2)Latvia d. (1)Czech Republic 2-1
Alise Isajeva l. Gabriela Andrea Knutson 62 63
Jelena Ostapenko d. Vendula Zovincova 57 63 62
Ostapenko/Emulina d. Knutson/Zovincova 63 63

Zone B Castellammare (ITA)

(3)Croatia d. (4)Great Britain 2-1
Margita Sunjic l. Lana Rush 64 62
Ana Konjuh d. Freya Christie 62 36 64
Cudina/Konjuh d. Christie/Rush 64 75

Zone D Slatina (SLO)

(1)Russia d. (2)Slovenia 2-0
Darya Kasatkina d. Hana Mraz 61 62
Anastasiya Komardina d. Manca Pislak 63 60

For full results: http://www.tenniseurope.org/page.aspx?id=16418

It was Knutson who beat Isajeva 6:2, 6:3 ...

Curcubeu
Jun 30th, 2011, 11:20 AM
Serbia defeated Romania 2-1 :sad:

But at least our boys qualified! :D

jj74
Jul 1st, 2011, 12:30 PM
Serbia defeated Romania 2-1 :sad:

But at least our boys qualified! :D

And the girls too, the winner and finalist of every group qualified for the finals.

Spain has really bad luck with the draw, but Payola and Cañas did a really good job and both were born in 1998 so next year we'll have a really good team

juki
Jul 1st, 2011, 03:01 PM
Finals start today in Loana, Italy

Final Draw

(1)Russia v Romania
(4)Latvia v Great Britain
Slovenia v (3)Croatia
Czech Republic v (2)Serbia

jj74
Jul 1st, 2011, 07:57 PM
Latvia vs Great Britain is not solved yet
The semifinalist are Russia, Slovenia and Serbia

juki
Jul 1st, 2011, 09:08 PM
(1)Russia d. Romania 3-0
Darya Kasatkina d. Raluca Ciufrila 64 61
Anastasiya Rychagova d. Andreea Ghitescu 62 64
Komardina/Rychagova d. Ciufrila/Cristian 64 62

Great Britain d. (4)Latvia 2-1
Lana Rush d. Darta-Elizabeta Emulina 60 63
Freya Christie l. Jelena Ostanpenko 36 46
Christie/Rush d. Ostapenko/Emulina 67(4) 64 63

Slovenia d. (3)Croatia 2-1
Manca Pislak d. Ivona Cudina 64 62
Nina Potocnik l. Ana Konjuh 06 36
Pislak/Potocnik d. Cudina/Konjuh 61 64

(2)Serbia d. Czech Republic 2-1
Nikolina Jovic d. Marie Bouzkova 61 62
Ivana Jorovic d. Vendula Zovincova 60 62
Jorovic/Jovic l. Bouzkova/Heinova 57 Ret.

TheBoiledEgg
Jul 1st, 2011, 10:52 PM
nicely done :) and Komardina only doubles
GBR :yeah: :)

*hingis_forever*
Jul 1st, 2011, 11:38 PM
GBR :yeah: But you've got no chance against Russia. :sad:

TheBoiledEgg
Jul 2nd, 2011, 07:49 PM
Final Russia vs Serbia


Semis
Russia d. Great Britain 2-0
Anastasiya Rychagova d. Lana Rush 2-6 6-3 6-4
Anastasiya Komardina d. Freya Christie 6-7(4) 6-0 6-4


Serbia d. Slovenia 2-0
Nikolina Jovic d. Manca Pislak 6-2 6-2
Ivana Jorovic d. Nina Potocnik 6-3 6-1

*hingis_forever*
Jul 3rd, 2011, 02:54 AM
GBR :sad: But I'm really pleased with Freya and Lana's performances against tough Russian opponents.

juki
Jul 3rd, 2011, 04:27 PM
First strike goes to Russia, 1-0
Anastasiya Rychagova d. Nikolina Jovic 63 62

juki
Jul 3rd, 2011, 05:42 PM
1-1
Ivana Jorovic d. Anastasiya Komardina 76(6) 64

Komardina/Rychagova v Jorovic/Jovic to decide the title.

juki
Jul 3rd, 2011, 07:24 PM
Russia wins

Komardina/Rychagova d. Jorovic/Jovic 64 63

TheBoiledEgg
Jul 3rd, 2011, 08:28 PM
Nastyax2 :yeah: :)
well done Russia U14's

now for World Junior Tennis next month