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juki
Dec 4th, 2012, 07:32 PM
Not sure if tournament starts tomorrow or Thursday :unsure: Really impressive how the tournament continues to grow year after year, U14 this year is great, even if Fridman can't end up playing :worship:

U14 Entry List

ARG Milagros Montero
AUT Eva Nyikos
BEL Marie Van Aelst
BIH Marija Jovicic
BLR Vera Lapko
BRA Thaisa Grana Pedretti
BUL Viktoria Bardarova
CHI Fernanda Labrana
CHN Hanyu Guo
CRO Petra Granic
CZE Barbora Miklova
ESP Julia Payola
FRA Theo Gravouil
GBR Sophie Drakeford-Lewis
GER Lina Isabel Hohnhold
HUN Dalma Galfi
ISR May Kimhi
ITA Alessia D'Auria
MAR Zainab El Houari
MEX Constanza Gorches
NED Phillis Vanenburg
ROU Iulia Ivascu
RSA Lee Barnard
RUS Aleksandra Pospelova
SLO Hana Mraz
SRB Katarina Jokic
SUI Rebeka Masarova
SVK Viktoria Kuzmova
SWE Sandra Ortevall
UKR Olga Fridman?
USA Sofia Kenin
WC CHN Siqi Cao
WC FRA Apolline Rassat
WC GBR Jazzi Plews
WC HUN Fanni Stollar
WC SUI Alessia Welti

U12 Entry List

ARG Nicole Catherine Dufour
AUT Arabella Koller
BEL Louise Wittouck
BIH Adela Joldic
BLR Katyarina Paulenka
BRA Luiza Braghini
BUL Simona Borisova
CHI Francisca Vergara
CHN Suouna Mu
CRO Andja Claudia Karanusic
CZE Anna Kynclova
ESP Paula Arias Monjon
FRA Opheline Depoilly
GBR Nell Miller
GER Vanessa Carmen Langes
HUN Agnes Anna Aranyi
ISR Nicole Nadel
ITA Ariella Maria Curci
MAR Yasmine Bengebara
MEX Astrid Fentanes
NED Judith Von Kessel
ROU Mihaela Lorena Marculescu
RSA Kaylin Bouwer
RUS Anastasia Potapova
SLO Lian Benedej
SRB Jovana Vukovic
SUI Simona Waltert
SVK Laura Rohacova
SWE Josephine Opitz
UKR Katarina Zavatska
USA Claire Liu
WC BEL Irina Cantos Siemers
WC KAZ Zhibek Kulambayeva
WC SVK Viktoria Morvayova
WC UKR Dayana Yastremska
WC USA Abigail Desiatnikov

LegionArgentina
Dec 4th, 2012, 08:16 PM
This tournament is great :cool:

jj74
Dec 4th, 2012, 08:20 PM
I think this is the first time we have a real posibility of win both cathegories.
But Payola usually is not at her best here (i don't know why) and the favourite is Fridman.

On U12 there's a strong field, by in my opinion Claire Liu and Paula Arias are the favourites (but there's a lot of competence, very strong draw this year)

¤CharlDa¤
Dec 4th, 2012, 08:25 PM
No canadians? :(

Djezonfly
Dec 4th, 2012, 09:14 PM
Potapova :bounce:

juki
Dec 4th, 2012, 09:29 PM
Just realized that Katarina Jokic is representing Serbia here and not Bosnia & Herzegovina, like she always has. Huh.

http://www.nikejuniortour.com/ver2011/index.php?pag=masterPlayerInfo&idp=765

BlueTrees
Dec 5th, 2012, 04:41 AM
Is only one player from each country allowed to get direct acceptance or something? :confused:

juki
Dec 5th, 2012, 07:29 AM
Is only one player from each country allowed to get direct acceptance or something? :confused:

Yes, each country holds a "national masters" or selection process with the winner moving to the international masters. Here is the link to this years USTA national masters tournament for example: http://tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/tournamenthome/tournament.aspx?t=124958
(http://tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/tournamenthome/tournament.aspx?t=124958)

jj74
Dec 5th, 2012, 10:30 AM
Well, i don't know how it works in other countries but here anybody can represent spain (wich i find totally unfair). Last year "our" players were Masarova (she is representing switzerland right now, she has double nationality and she even plays for spain last year at the european nations cup) and Bolsova who is from Moldova.
And in the past we have russians, romanians and japanese players playing under spanish flag wich i find totally absurd.
I don't mind foreign players playing the spanish tournaments, in fact this year we have a terrific level in U12 with Dalila Said and Paula Arias Manjón (and Carlota Molina and Francesca Jones), but if a foreign player won a national masters i think they must give a wc to the best local player, because it's only logical that the countries that host the championships has their own player. And of course the foreign player must play under her real country flag, other thing is simply ridiculous.

I have to say the organizers had a great idea with the wcs, because U12 tournaments were usually strong, but U14 was a lot weaker than they are right now. And moving the tournament between Eddie Herr and Orange Bowl was a great idea too

jj74
Dec 6th, 2012, 05:55 PM
From the nike junior tour masters webpage:

06-12-2012

ST LUCIE, Florida—The Eddie Herr International Championships is a notable indicator of how player will fare in the Nike Junior Tour (NJT) International Masters. While not everybody involved in the NJT International Masters played at the Eddie Herr event last week, many of the key players did.
Junior tennis players from all over the world players have already descended on Club Med Sandpiper in Florida for the 2012 NJT International Masters and play will begin on Friday.
Both finalists in the Eddie Herr girls under-14 tournament will be seen in action at Club Med Sandpiper. Fanni Stollar of Hungary beat American Sofia Kentin to take the title in Miami but the match came down to the wire with Stollar winning through 1-6 7-5 6-3.
Depending on the seedings and the draw, these two could meet again and that would set up an enthralling encounter.
Adding to the strength of the field is Ukraine’s Olga Fridman. She is ranked No 1 in Europe and plays her tournaments against older players. At the age of 14 she also has an ITF ranking of 194.
However, wild card entry Jazzi Plews of Great Britain is ranked even higher at 115, and already has a big reputation. Dalma Galfi of Hungary is the tournament dark horse and is highly regarded by the experts.
As far as the girls under-12 tournament is concerned there are many who believe this could be the strongest group in this year’s tournament.
Anastasia Potapova went into the Eddie Herr as the 10th seed but the young Russian performed above her seeding to reach the final. She sadly found American Ellie Douglas too strong and after winning the opening set in a tie-breaker, faltered to lose the match 6-7 (4-7) 6-0 6-2.
Douglas will not be playing at the NJT International Masters but Potapova will be there. However, she will face stiff opposition from the likes of Dayana Yastremska of Ukraine and Abigail Desiatnikov of USA. Desiatnikov started as the No 1 seed at Eddie Herr and put out Yastremska 6-2 6-4 in the quarter-finals. She in turn bowed out to Douglas 6-1 6-3.
Katarina Zavatska of Ukraine is another who reached the quarters in Miami and could cause a few upsets along the way.

juki
Dec 7th, 2012, 09:06 AM
Olga withdrew, but she deserves some extra rest :) Hungary gets the top two seeds :yeah:

U14 Draw

(1/wc)Fanni Stollar (HUN) v (wc)Siqi Cao (CHN) or Lina Isabel Hohnhold (GER)
Milagros Montero (ARG) v Alessia Welti (SUI)
Alessia D'Auria (ITA) v Petra Granic (CRO)
(6)Julia Payola (ESP) v Vera Lapko (BLR)

(4)Viktoria Kuzmova (SVK) v Aleksandra Pospelova (RUS)
Constanza Gorches (MEX) v Luisa Braghini (BRA)
Sophie Drakeford-Lewis (GBR) v Barbora Miklova (CZE)
(7)Theo Gravouil (FRA) v Iulia Ivascu (ROU)

(8)Sofia Kenin (USA) v (wc)Appoline Rassat (FRA)
Hana Mraz (SLO) v Katarina Jokic (SRB)
Viktoria Bardarova (BUL) v Phillis Vanenburg (NED)
(3/wc)Jazzi Plews (GBR) v Lee Barnard (RSA)

(5)Zaineb El Houari (MAR) v Marija Jovicic (BIH)
Marie Van Aelst (BEL) v Sandra Ortevall (SWE)
May Kimhl (ISR) v Eva Nyikos (AUT)
(2)Dalma Galfi (HUN) v Fernanda Labrena (CHI) or Hanyu Guo (CHN)

U12 Draw

(1)Anastasia Potapova (RUS) v Arabella Koller (AUT) or Mihaela Lorena Marculescu (ROU)
(wc)Irina Cantos Siemers (BEL) v Opheline Depoilly (FRA)
Agnes Anna Aranyi (HUN) v Ariella Maria Curci (ITA)
(8)Laura Rohacova (SVK) v Simona Waltert (SUI)

(4/wc)Abigail Desiatnikov (USA) v Judith Von Kessel (NED)
Nicole Dufour (ARG) v Nicole Nadel (ISR)
Katarina Zavatska (UKR) v Josefin Opitz (SWE)
(7)Jovana Vukovic (SRB) v Vanessa Carmen Langes (GER)

(5)Anna Kynclova (CZE) v Yasmine Bengebara (MAR)
Louise Wittouck (BEL) v Kaylin Bouwer (RSA)
(wc)Viktoria Morvayova (SVK) v Adela Joldic (BIH)
(3)Paula Arias Monjon (ESP) v Nell Miller (GBR) or Lian Benedejcic (SLO)

(6)Claire Liu (USA) v Thaisa Pedretti (BRA)
Astrid Fentanes (MEX) v (wc)Zhibek Kulambayeva (KAZ)
Simona Borisova (BUL) v Shouna Mu (CHN)
(2/wc)Dayana Yastremska (UKR) v Francisca Vergara (CHI) or Katyarina Paulenka (BLR)

jj74
Dec 7th, 2012, 10:26 AM
It's curious that Claire Liu is 6 seed and Desiatnikov 4, because Liu defeated Desiatnikov in USA Masters, and she is the top american U12 player. But i have to say that this years seeds are quite correct, maybe not the order, but there's no awful surprises like other years

Freakan
Dec 9th, 2012, 08:50 AM
It's curious that Claire Liu is 6 seed and Desiatnikov 4, because Liu defeated Desiatnikov in USA Masters, and she is the top american U12 player. But i have to say that this years seeds are quite correct, maybe not the order, but there's no awful surprises like other years

In G14 seeds aren't that good. They chose Stollar as #1 only because of her Eddie Herr win but Kenin, who was 6/1 5/2 up against her and was crashing everyone else is #8. Gravouil lost to her 2/6 2/6 but is #7 while Gochres and Jokic who are Top 400 in juniors aren't seeded at all.

jj74
Dec 9th, 2012, 09:34 AM
Yes, they used the Eddie Herr results, in fact Stollar and Payola are in the same part of the draw, and Payola results in U14 are far better (and their only match against each other was a 61 61 victory for Payola).

But the truth is in past years the seeds were far worse, i remember a year when Fiona Ferro was number one (she was a year younger) and Virginia Peña (the same age that Fiona) was not seeded. The truth is Fiona did a good tournament, but she lose clearly in semis because Virginia back then (before her injury and then retirement) was one of the best players born in 1997 with victories against Konjuh and Ostapenko.

This time the order in not correct, but at least the seeds are the ones to be seeded (with some exceptions like Jokic)

They did the same with Jazzy Plews, she and Stollar had less than stellar results on U14 in europe this year, but i think the high seed is due to their great results in juniors

jj74
Dec 9th, 2012, 09:42 AM
U12 Draw

(1)Anastasia Potapova (RUS) l Mihaela Lorena Marculescu (ROU) 26 75 67
(wc)Irina Cantos Siemers (BEL) d Opheline Depoilly (FRA) 26 62 61
Agnes Anna Aranyi (HUN) l Ariella Maria Curci (ITA) 67 36
(8)Laura Rohacova (SVK) d Simona Waltert (SUI) 26 63 64

(4/wc)Abigail Desiatnikov (USA) d Judith Von Kessel (NED) 64 63
Nicole Dufour (ARG) l Nicole Nadel (ISR) 26 46
Katarina Zavatska (UKR) d Josefin Opitz (SWE) 62 61
(7)Jovana Vukovic (SRB) d Vanessa Carmen Langes (GER) 62 63

(5)Anna Kynclova (CZE) d Yasmine Bengebara (MAR) 61 61
Louise Wittouck (BEL) d Kaylin Bouwer (RSA) 36 63 64
(wc)Viktoria Morvayova (SVK) d Adela Joldic (BIH) 64 36 62
(3)Paula Arias Monjon (ESP) d Nell Miller (GBR) 63 61

(6)Claire Liu (USA) d Thaisa Pedretti (BRA) 61 62
Astrid Fentanes (MEX) l (wc)Zhibek Kulambayeva (KAZ) 16 16
Simona Borisova (BUL) l Shouna Mu (CHN) 16 67
(2/wc)Dayana Yastremska (UKR) d Katyarina Paulenka (BLR) 62 62

The only surprise is Potapova lost. In my opinion Anastasia is very good, her results are impressive, but she is player born in 2001, and at this young ages, generally a year is a big gap. She and Desiatnikov seems to be the better players born in that year but here there are a good bunch of the best players born in 2000, and this tournament never was won by a player in her first year in U12 (El Houari and Peña both were runner ups).
And Marculescu was one of the toughest rivals for a seeded player in this first round.

jj74
Dec 9th, 2012, 09:54 AM
U14 Draw

(1/wc)Fanni Stollar (HUN) d (wc)Siqi Cao (CHN) 64 64
Milagros Montero (ARG) l Alessia Welti (SUI) 46 16
Alessia D'Auria (ITA) l Petra Granic (CRO) 01 ret
(6)Julia Payola (ESP) d Vera Lapko (BLR) 63 61

(4)Viktoria Kuzmova (SVK) d Aleksandra Pospelova (RUS) 61 62
Constanza Gorches (MEX)d Luisa Braghini (BRA) 62 62
Sophie Drakeford-Lewis (GBR) d Barbora Miklova (CZE) 75 75
(7)Theo Gravouil (FRA) d Iulia Ivascu (ROU) 76 62

(8)Sofia Kenin (USA) d (wc)Appoline Rassat (FRA) 61 62
Hana Mraz (SLO) l Katarina Jokic (SRB) 62 36 16
Viktoria Bardarova (BUL) d Phillis Vanenburg (NED) 26 75 64
(3/wc)Jazzi Plews (GBR) d Lee Barnard (RSA) 61 60

(5)Zaineb El Houari (MAR) d Marija Jovicic (BIH) 63 62
Marie Van Aelst (BEL) l Sandra Ortevall (SWE) 06 16
May Kimhl (ISR) l Eva Nyikos (AUT) 57 67
(2)Dalma Galfi (HUN) d Hanyu Guo (CHN) 62 26 60

All favourites won. Kuzmova had the most difficult match and she won a lot easier than i expected. Galfi seems to be not in her best form

Djezonfly
Dec 9th, 2012, 11:52 AM
Nastya :hysteric:

Jose.
Dec 9th, 2012, 08:02 PM
Fanni & Dalma :D Payola :)

spiceboy
Dec 9th, 2012, 09:54 PM
Constanza Gorches (MEX)d Luisa Braghini (BRA) 62 62



Watch out for Gorches. Saw her in Junior Fed Cup last September and has a stylish one hand backhand and lots of potential. Was used for a few doubles and won the points against Australia and Korea playing girls 2 years older :eek: She played just one singles and lost in 3 sets against a strong Paraguayan. I was pretty impressed.

http://www.respuestadeportiva.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/img105.jpg

http://www.respuestadeportiva.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/gorches.gif

juki
Dec 10th, 2012, 09:23 AM
U14

(1/wc)Fanni Stollar (HUN) d. Alessia Welti (SUI) 61 61
(6)Julia Payola (ESP) d. Petra Granic (CRO) 16 61 61
(4)Viktoria Kuzmova (SVK) v Constanza Gorches (MEX) 63 26 to finish
(7)Theo Gravouil (FRA) d. Sophie Drakeford-Lewis (GBR) 62 60

Katarina Jokic (SRB) d. (8)Sofia Kenin (USA) 61 62
(3/wc)Jazzi Plews (GBR) d. Viktoria Bardarova (BUL) 76(1) 62
(5)Zaineb El Houari (MAR) d. Sandra Ortevall (SWE) 62 64
(2)Dalma Galfi (HUN) d. Eva Nyikos (AUT) 62 61

U12

Mihaela Lorena Marculescu (ROU) d. (wc)Irina Cantos Siemers (BEL) 63 61
(8)Laura Rohacova (SVK) d. Ariella Maria Curci (ITA) 60 62
(4/wc)Abigail Desiatnikov (USA) d. Nicole Nadel (ISR) 60 60
(7)Jovana Vukovic (SRB) d. Katarina Zavatska (UKR) 64 62

(5)Anna Kynclova (CZE) d. Louise Wittouck (BEL) 61 61
(3)Paula Arias Monjon (ESP) d. (wc)Viktoria Morvayova (SVK) 61 60
(6)Claire Liu (USA) d. (wc)Zhibek Kulambayeva (KAZ) 61 61
(2/wc)Dayana Yastremska (UKR) d. Shouna Mu (CHN) 63 62

jj74
Dec 10th, 2012, 09:47 AM
Very easy victories for the favourites in U12.

In U14 there were three interesting matches, Jokic won clearly against Kenin, Payola won in a three setter against Granic (but every set was very one sided) and the most interesting one is the Kuzmova-Gorches wich seems to be the most tight too, we'll see who will win that match

GOATdin0931
Dec 10th, 2012, 10:08 AM
Come on Abi and Claire!! :bounce: :cheer:

iPatty
Dec 10th, 2012, 12:43 PM
Claire :)

jj74
Dec 10th, 2012, 05:25 PM
Paula Arias Manjón reach semis defeating Ana Kynclova 60 75

iPatty
Dec 11th, 2012, 03:52 AM
It's a USA final in the 12s with (3)Desiatnikov vs. (6)Liu. Go Claire! :)

jj74
Dec 11th, 2012, 07:25 AM
U 12

1/4

Marculescu def Rohacova 63 60

Desiatnikov def Vukovic 62 62

Arias Manjón def Kynclova 60 75

Liu def Yastremska 26 64 62

Semis

Desiatnikov def Marculescu 26 64 62

Liu def Arias Manjón 64 60


U14

Payola def Stollar 61 75

Gravouil def Kuzmova 67 76 76

Jokic def Plews 63 62

El Houari def Galfi 46 75 63


Semis

Payola def Gravouil 63 62

Jokic def El Houari 63 62

Well no big surprises, maybe how easy Desiatnikov defeated Vukoivc, and Liu victory against Arias Manjón was more one sided than expected.
In U14, Payola defeating Stollar and Jokic defeating Plews are not surprises at all. In fact with Galfi not at her best (like she showed on Eddie Herr) Payola-Jokic was one of the finals with more probabilities

BlueTrees
Dec 11th, 2012, 07:29 AM
Is Galfi in bad form or just not that great after all? :o

jj74
Dec 11th, 2012, 10:22 AM
Well, at that age all players are irregular, Fridman is doing great lately, and she dominated most part of the year in europe, but the beginning of the year was far less stellar. Lumsden is great a tournament and bad in other, the same with Plews. Stollar did well on juniors (and Eddie Herr last week) but really bad in her U14 european tournaments. Jokic who is doing fantastic here, was quite irregular this year.
Even someone like Tornado Ali Black had her bad moments this year.

Galfi did great during most season (she didn't started well the season) and i heard from people who watch her play, that she is quite impressive. And here she lost against El Houari, who is a good player (she won here U12 two years ago against Jokic). So i don't think there's nothing to worry about.

It's true she was the favourite on her half of the draw, but Jokic in the final (even not being seeded) is not a surprise. And in the other half, in my opinion (no matter she was seed number 8) Payola was the favourite (there were good players on her draw, and she didn't do well here in the past, but she is quite regular for her age) so the final is not exactly surprising.

jj74
Dec 12th, 2012, 10:40 AM
U 12

Liu def Desiatnikov 61 60


U 14

Jokic def Payola 62 64

Jose.
Dec 12th, 2012, 11:54 AM
Is Galfi in bad form or just not that great after all? :o

14 are very unstable it's normal, plus it was close :hug:

Dalma, Fanni :hug:

Payola, good week :yeah: :hug:

jj74
Dec 12th, 2012, 12:15 PM
From Paula's blog it seems that Julia played pretty bad in the final. Anyway good tournament. And Jokic did a fantastic tournament.

Spain did well this year with one runner up and three semifinalist, i hope Orange bowl will be even better

Jose.
Dec 12th, 2012, 12:21 PM
Gonna be interesting to see who of these girls will get to U18 top100 in 2013.... A lot of them should have no problem! Is Payola going to start playing juniors or focus already on seniors? :scratch:

Losing Streak
Dec 12th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Potapova :hysteric:

iPatty
Dec 12th, 2012, 01:19 PM
Claire :worship: Great week. Good luck at Junior Orange Bowl!

jj74
Dec 12th, 2012, 05:46 PM
Gonna be interesting to see who of these girls will get to U18 top100 in 2013.... A lot of them should have no problem! Is Payola going to start playing juniors or focus already on seniors? :scratch:

Well, i can tell who is not going to be top 100, Payola. Being spanish i highly doubt that she will play enough tournament to be even near of top 100. It's true that she played a bunch of U14 this year, more than other spaniards at her age, but she play a lot less than any other top european player. Being small, i think she will need some time to have good results against older players, and spanish players have a tendency to play more itfs than juniors (wich sometimes work, sometimes not).

Plews will be in the top 100 at the beginning of the year, other players like Shishkina and Tornado, will be there soon too. Being a top ranked junior is nice, and open some doors, but in the end, progression is what makes a player become pro. In fact this year we have Vekic example, with fantastic pro results and less than stellar junior results.
Anyway, for a player born in 1998 became a top 100 junior is a good goal for 2013

jj74
Dec 12th, 2012, 05:49 PM
Potapova :hysteric:

She will claim vengeance next week at orange bowl.

Liu is probably the main favourite for Orange Bowl, she won it last year, if she win again this year i think she will make history. I don't remember any player who won in the same cathegory two years

Losing Streak
Dec 12th, 2012, 06:08 PM
She will claim vengeance next week at orange bowl.

I do hope so. :hearts: I would have paid to see her reaction after this R2 loss though. :lol: :drool:

iPatty
Dec 12th, 2012, 06:32 PM
She will claim vengeance next week at orange bowl.

Liu is probably the main favourite for Orange Bowl, she won it last year, if she win again this year i think she will make history. I don't remember any player who won in the same cathegory two years

Are you positive she's playing 12s again? I can't find the entry lists anywhere.

jj74
Dec 12th, 2012, 06:46 PM
I can't find it now either. I watched it last week and Liu was there, but of course she could change her mind. In fact Paula Arias wasn't on that list, but i think she finally will play there, because she and the rest of spaniards were travelling to Miami today

Losing Streak
Dec 12th, 2012, 06:48 PM
You can check Richard Van Loon's album (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ravanloon/sets/72157632199132007/) for pictures of the tournament :)

*hingis_forever*
Dec 13th, 2012, 05:09 PM
Well, at that age all players are irregular, Fridman is doing great lately, and she dominated most part of the year in europe, but the beginning of the year was far less stellar. Lumsden is great a tournament and bad in other, the same with Plews. Stollar did well on juniors (and Eddie Herr last week) but really bad in her U14 european tournaments. Jokic who is doing fantastic here, was quite irregular this year.
Even someone like Tornado Ali Black had her bad moments this year.

Galfi did great during most season (she didn't started well the season) and i heard from people who watch her play, that she is quite impressive. And here she lost against El Houari, who is a good player (she won here U12 two years ago against Jokic). So i don't think there's nothing to worry about.

It's true she was the favourite on her half of the draw, but Jokic in the final (even not being seeded) is not a surprise. And in the other half, in my opinion (no matter she was seed number 8) Payola was the favourite (there were good players on her draw, and she didn't do well here in the past, but she is quite regular for her age) so the final is not exactly surprising.
Don't forget Shilin Xu of China. She's already ranked in the 60s in the ITF junior rankings. I'm not sure why she didn't come to America for these tournaments though.

jj74
Dec 13th, 2012, 05:19 PM
Don't forget Shilin Xu of China. She's already ranked in the 60s in the ITF junior rankings. I'm not sure why she didn't come to America for these tournaments though.

Yes, she is doing really well on juniors, i remember her two years ago when she defeated Nefedova (it was the year of the incident on Eddie Herr in her match against Rovira). I remember her because her name is really easy to remember (and because Payola was able to defeat her after being baggeled on the first set)