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TeamUla
Jul 25th, 2011, 02:59 PM
Reina/Soisbault Cup is European Team Competition for 18&U category. ;)

Nominations are here:

http://tenniseurope.org/page.aspx?id=16418

Qualification will take place this week. The finals will be at the end of September in Lleida (Spain).

Matej
Jul 25th, 2011, 09:51 PM
OK. How many teams will qualify for the final from each of those groups? Three or only two?

TeamUla
Jul 26th, 2011, 10:13 AM
Only two.

TeamUla
Jul 26th, 2011, 10:34 AM
Final nominations (4th player is an alternate and doesn't take part in competition)

Zone A (Pilzen, Czech Republic)

Bosnia and Herzegovina
1. Anita Husaric
2. Nerma Caluk
3. Nadja Dzafic

Czech Republic
1. Jesika Maleckova
2. Tereza Smitkova
3. Denisa Allertova
4. Klara Fabikova

Serbia
1. Natalija Kostić
2. Jovana Jaksić
3. Tamara Curović

Slovakia
1. Jana Cepelova
2. Anna-Karolina Schmiedlova
3. Chantal Skamlova
4. Viktoria Malova

Spain
1. Garbine Muguruza Blanco
2. Pilar Dominguez Lopez
3. Silvia Garcia Jimenez
4. Carla Mocete Talamantes

Zone B (Queenswood, Great Britain)

Belgium
1. Elke Lemmens
2. Ysaline Bonaventure
3. Michelle Werbrouck

Great Britain
1. Jessica Ren
2. Laura Deigman
3. Georgina Sellyn

Greece
1. Aikaterini Stavroulaki
2. Andromachi Bakagianni
3. Andreanna Christopoulou

Hungary
1. Reka Muller
2. Agnes Bukta
3. Krisztina Kapitany

Moldavia
1. Anastasia Vdovenco
2. Gabriela Porubin
3. Melisa Martinov

Russia
1. Daria Gavrilova
2. Daria Salnikova
3. Margarita Gasparyan
4. Anastasia Frolova

Zone C (Maglie, Italy)

Belarus
1. Aliaksandra Sasnovich
2. Ilona Kremen
3. Viktoryia Kisalieva

Croatia
1. Dora Vajdic
2. Matea Curic
3. Mariana Drazic
4. Tena Lukas

Israel
1. Rona Lavian
2. Lee Or
3. Libi Mesh

Italy
1. Francesca Palmigiano
2. Chiara Mendo
3. Angelica Moratelli
4. Lorenza Stefanelli

Portugal
1. Maria Palhoto
2. Margarida Moura
3. Barbara Luz

Ukraine
1. Kateryna Kozlova
2. Ganna Poznikhirenko
3. Valentyna Ivakhnenko

Zone D (Cluj Napoca, Romania)

Bulgaria
1. Viktoriya Tomova
2. Borislava Botusharova
3. Nikol Hristova

France
1. Clothilde de Bernardi
2. Marina Partaud
3. Chloe Paquet

Romania
1. Elena Teodora Cadar
2. Cristina Dinu
3. Irina Maria Bara
4. Raluca Elena Platon

Slovenia
1. Tjasa Srimpf
2. Nina Nagode
3. Tina Rupert
4. Tina Mohorcic

Sweden
1. Susanne Celik
2. Brenda Njuki
3. Rebecca Poikajarvi

Turkey
1. Basak Eraydin
2. Seda Arentekin
3. Melis Sezer
4. Ipek Birol

Jose.
Jul 26th, 2011, 05:22 PM
Group A is too strong :tape:

Go Portugal :yeah:

Andiyan
Jul 26th, 2011, 06:59 PM
Slovakia is the favourite for me, then Ukraine and Russia.

hellas719
Jul 27th, 2011, 03:33 AM
Stavroulaki, Bakagianni, and Christopoulou :tape:
Bakagianni is crap :o
Stavroulaki is okay, but we could do a lot better :shrug:
Christopoulou isn't so bad :shrug:
If it was up to me our team would be Papamichail, Konstantinidou, and Kordolaimi :rolleyes:

I could've sworn I saw Kordolaimi's name here and she was replaced by Stavroulaki :(

And with Papamichail, Konstantinidou, and Kordolaimi, we would probably be the best team in our group after Russia :shrug:


Honestly I've never seen Greece take this seriously and we always send random people :o

Andiyan
Jul 27th, 2011, 12:58 PM
Stavroulaki, Bakagianni, and Christopoulou :tape:
Bakagianni is crap :o
Stavroulaki is okay, but we could do a lot better :shrug:
Christopoulou isn't so bad :shrug:
If it was up to me our team would be Papamichail, Konstantinidou, and Kordolaimi :rolleyes:

I could've sworn I saw Kordolaimi's name here and she was replaced by Stavroulaki :(

And with Papamichail, Konstantinidou, and Kordolaimi, we would probably be the best team in our group after Russia :shrug:


Honestly I've never seen Greece take this seriously and we always send random people :o

Why don't you apply for a job at the Greek tennis federation? They probably have good reasons for selecting such crap players. Now stop complaining since I've already read sth like this from you about 4-5 times. :p

TeamUla
Jul 27th, 2011, 02:19 PM
Zone A

Draw

(1)Serbia - bye
Czech Republic - bye
Spain d. Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0
(2)Slovakia - bye

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Spain d. Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0

Pilar Dominguez Lopez (ESP) d. Nerma Caluk (BIH) 62 61
Garbine Muguruza Blanco (ESP) d. Anita Husarić (BIH) 62 62
Dominguez Lopez/Garcia Jimenez (ESP) d. Caluk/Husarić (BIH) 46 60 60

Matej
Jul 27th, 2011, 03:09 PM
Why don't you apply for a job at the Greek tennis federation? They probably have good reasons for selecting such crap players. Now stop complaining since I've already read sth like this from you about 4-5 times. :p

Morevover, almost all Greek juniors players are totally irrelevant anyway, so itīs not like replacing "Stavroulaki" by "Papamichail" (or was it the other way around?) would make any substantial difference. :lol: :lol: :lol:

TeamUla
Jul 27th, 2011, 03:10 PM
Morevover, almost all Greek juniors players are totally irrelevant anyway, so itīs not like replacing "Stavroulaki" by "Papamichail" (or was it the other way around?) would make any substantial difference. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Papamichail is wta top400 player. :)

Matej
Jul 27th, 2011, 03:15 PM
Papamichail is wta top400 player. :)

OK, I stand corrected on this count. In this specific case, it would probably make some (albeit fairly little) difference. ;)

TeamUla
Jul 28th, 2011, 05:57 PM
ZONE QUARTERFINALS COMPLETED

Zone A

(1)Serbia - bye
Czech Republic - bye
Spain d. Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0
(2)Slovakia - bye

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Spain d. Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0

Pilar Dominguez Lopez (ESP) d. Nerma Caluk (BIH) 6:2 6:1
Garbine Muguruza Blanco (ESP) d. Anita Husarić (BIH) 6:2 6:2
Dominguez Lopez/Garcia Jimenez (ESP) d. Caluk/Husarić (BIH) 4:6 6:0 6:0

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Zone B:

(1)Russia - bye
Moldova d. (4)Great Britain 2-1
(3)Hungary d. Greece 3-0
(2)Belgium - bye

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Moldova d. (4)Great Britain 2-1

Georgina Sellyn (GBR) d. Gabriela Porubin (MDA) 7:6(2) 6:2
Anastasia Vdovenco (MDA) d. Jessica Ren (GBR) 4:6 6:3 6:1
Vdovenco/Porubin (MDA) d. Deigman/Ren (GBR) 6:0 4:6 6:0

(3)Hungary d. Greece 3-0

Agnes Bukta (HUN) d. Adreanna Christopoulou (GRE) 6:1 6:2
Reka Muller (HUN) d. Andromachi Bakagianni (GRE) 6:3 6:1
Bukta/Kapitany (HUN) d. Christopoulou/Stavroulaki (GRE) 7:6(3) 6:1

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Zone C:

(1)Belarus - bye
(3)Israel d. Croatia 2-1
(4)Italy d. Portugal 2-1
(2)Ukraine - bye

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(3)Israel d. Croatia 2-1

Matea Curić (CRO) d. Lee Or (ISR) 1:6 6:4 6:1
Rona Lavian (ISR) d. Dora Vajdić (CRO) 0:6 7:6(9) 6:4
Lavian/Or (ISR) d. Curić/Drazić (CRO) 5:7 6:1 6:3

(4)Italy d. Portugal 2-1

Barbara Luz (POR) d. Chiara Mendo (ITA) 7:6(1) 6:3
Francesca Palmigiano (ITA) d. Margarida Moura (POR) 6:3 6:1
Mendo/Palmigiano (ITA) d. Luz/Palhoto (POR) 6:3 6:3

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Zone D:

(1)Romania - bye
(3)Turkey d. Sweden 2-0
(4)Bulgaria d. Slovenia 2-1
(2)France - bye

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(3)Turkey d. Sweden 2-1

Melis Sezer (TUR) d. Rebecca Poikajarvi (SWE) 6:4 6:4
Basak Eraydin (TUR) d. Susanne Celik (SWE) 6:3 6:4
doubles score unknown (Sweden won)

(4)Bulgaria d. Slovenia 2-1

Nikol Hristova (BUL) d. Tina Rupert (SLO) 6:1 6:0
Viktoriya Tomova (BUL) d. Nina Nagode (SLO) 2:6 6:2 6:1
doubles score unknown (Slovenia won)

TeamUla
Jul 28th, 2011, 08:54 PM
Zone A:

Czech Republic d. (1)Serbia 3-0
Spain d. (2)Slovakia 2-1

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Czech Republic d. (1)Serbia 3-0

Denisa Allertova (CZE) d. Jovana Jaksić (SRB) 6:3 5:7 6:3
Jesika Maleckova (CZE) d. Natalija Kostić (SRB) 6:3 6:1
Maleckova/Smitkova (CZE) d. Curović/Jaksić (SRB) 6:4 6:3

Spain d. (2)Slovakia 2-1

Anna-Karolina Schmiedlova (SVK) d. Silvia Garcia Jimenez (ESP) 7:6(5) 5:7 6:4
Garbine Muguruza Blanco (ESP) d. Jana Cepelova (SVK) 6:4 ret.
Muguruza Blanco/Dominguez-Lopez (ESP) d. Schmiedlova/Skamlova (SVK) 6:4 6:4

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Zone B:

(1)Russia d. Moldova 3-0
(2)Belgium d. (3)Hungary 2-1

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(1)Russia d. Moldova 3-0

Daria Salnikova (RUS) d. Melisa Martinov (MDA) 6:1 6:0
Daria Gavrilova (RUS) d. Anastasia Vdovenco (MDA) 6:4 7:5
Gasparyan/Gavrilova (RUS) d. Porubin/Vdovenco (MDA) 6:4 6:4

(2)Belgium d. (3)Hungary 2-1

Ysaline Bonaventure (BEL) d. Agnes Bukta (HUN) 7:5 3:6 6:3
Elke Lemmens (BEL) d. Reka Muller (HUN) 6:0 6:0
Bukta/Kapitany (HUN) d. Lemmens/Werbrouck (BEL) 3:6 7:6(6) 3:1 ret.

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Zone C:

(1)Belarus d. (3)Israel 2-1
(2)Ukraine d. (4)Italy 3-0

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(1)Belarus d. (3)Israel 2-1

Ilona Kremen (BLR) d. Lee Or (ISR) 6:1 6:2
Aliaksandra Sasnovich (BLR) d. Rona Lavian (ISR) 6:2 5:7 6:2
Lavian/Or (ISR) d. Kremen/Sasnovich (BLR) w/o

(2)Ukraine d. (4)Italy 3-0

Valentyna Ivakhnenko (UKR) d. Angelica Moratelli (ITA) 6:2 6:2
Ganna Poznikhirenko (UKR) d. Francesca Palmigiano (ITA) 6:3 7:6(5)
Ivakhnenko/Kozlova (UKR) d. Mendo/Moratelli (ITA) 6:4 6:1

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Zone D:

(1)Romania d. (3)Turkey 2-1
(2)France d. (4)Bulgaria 2-1

no detail scores for this zone yet

Jose.
Jul 29th, 2011, 01:23 AM
Well done Spain :yeah:

Probalby it would be a different story with Cepelova not injured. :hug:

hellas719
Jul 29th, 2011, 03:47 AM
Why don't you apply for a job at the Greek tennis federation? They probably have good reasons for selecting such crap players. Now stop complaining since I've already read sth like this from you about 4-5 times. :p

I would, but I don't live in Greece :awww:. And they probably wouldn't care about me anyways. I know someone who runs a Greek tennis website and always contacts them to ask them about their strange decisions in everything they do because they are all corrupt idiots who know nothing about tennis :o

Good reasons for selecting such crap players? Well Bakagianni had a fluke run to the final of the U18 Championships, but only the champion (which was Kordolaimi) is guaranteed a spot in the team. Not to be rude to these crap players, but they probably paid EFOA (Greek Tennis Federation) or something :help:

Sorry to complain so much. With the European Junior Championships and the Summer Cups over the past two weeks, I have to vent somewhere :p

Morevover, almost all Greek juniors players are totally irrelevant anyway, so itīs not like replacing "Stavroulaki" by "Papamichail" (or was it the other way around?) would make any substantial difference. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Huge difference. Papamichail is top 400 WTA and Stavroulaki isn't even top 1000 ITF U18. Not sure if she is even top 1500, but she is ranked though :p

And I wouldn't call our players "totally irrelevant". We aren't as fortunate as the Czechs to have so many young promising players, but we have good up-and-comers like Papamichail, Sakkari, Vogasari, and Kairi who have all done extremely well on the ITF women's circuit. Not to mention Konstantinidou and I.Markesini both have WTA rankings. And then there's Grammatikopoulou who is a very promising young player.

OK, I stand corrected on this count. In this specific case, it would probably make some (albeit fairly little) difference. ;)

Huge difference ;)
We would've beaten Hungary easily if we had Papamichail and 1 of Konstantinidou/Kordolaimi. Kordolaimi beat Hungary's #1 Muller last week and in this she would play Hungary's #2 so she should win that and Papamichail would've easily defeated Muller :)

With Papamichail we would win first singles for sure sure every time, only maybe we Despina would lose to Gavrilova ;)

juki
Jul 30th, 2011, 01:03 AM
Results from today don't really matter, but anyway

Zone A

Czech Republic d. Spain 3-0
Allertova d. Garcia Jimenez 67(4) 62 62
Maleckova d. Dominguez-Lopez 61 60
Czech win doubles by walkover

Zone B

Russia d. Belgium 2-0
Salnikova d. Bonaventure 26 61 64
Gavrilova d. Lemmens 63 26 62

Zone C

Ukraine d. Belarus 2-1
Poznikhirenko lost Kremen 36 67(2)
Kozlova d. Sasnovich 63 06 64
Kozlova/Ivakhnenko d. Kremen/Sasnovich 63 64

No result for Zone D :shrug:

TheBoiledEgg
Jul 30th, 2011, 09:12 PM
Dasha struggling to wins :o :o