1-Serena Williams (U.S.) v Barbara Rittner (Germany)
Angelique Widjaja (Indonesia) v Marie-Gaiane Mikaelian (Switzerland)
Akiko Morigami (Japan) v Barbara Schett (Austria)
Mary Pierce (France) v 28-Clarisa Fernandez (Argentina)
18-Meghann Shaughnessy (U.S.) v Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia)
Els Callens (Belgium) v Ludmila Cervanova (Slovakia)
Sarah Taylor (U.S.) v Q-Sandra Kleinova (Slovakia)
Virginia Ruano Pascual (Spain) v 16-Ai Sugiyama (Japan)
9-Daniela Hantuchova (Slovakia) v Alina Jidkova (Russia)
Ashley Harkleroad (U.S.) v Saori Obata (Japan)
Q-Maria Sharapova (Russia) v Magui Serna (Spain)
Camille Pin (France) v 23-Anna Pistolesi (Israel)
29-Elena Likhovtseva (Russia) v Emilie Loit (France)
Tamarine Tanasugarn (Thailand) v Fabiola Zuluaga (Colombia)
Lina Krasnoroutskaya (Russia) v Jill Craybas (U.S.)
Virginie Razzano (France) v 5-Amelie Mauresmo (France)
4-Justine Henin-hardenne (Belgium) v Patricia Wartusch (Austria)
Jelena Kostanic (Croatia) v Sophie Lefevre (France)
Stephanie Foretz (France) v Q-Eva Birnerova (Czech Republic)
Dally Randriantefy (Madagascar) v 27-Alexandra Stevenson (U.S.)
19-Patty Schnyder (Switzerland) v Virginie Pichet (France)
Q-Natalia Gussoni (Argentina) v Stephanie Cohen Aloro (France)
Christina Wheeler (Australia) v Tathiana Garbin (Italy)
Nicole Pratt (Australia) v 14-Eleni Daniilidou (Greece)
11-Anastasia Myskina (Russia) v Dinara Safina (Russia)
Petra Mandula (Hungary) v Marta Marrero (Spain)
Flavia Pennetta (Italy) v Amandine Dulon (France)
Shinobu Asagoe (Japan) v 21-Lisa Raymond (U.S.)
31-Laura Granville (U.S.) v Meilen Tu (U.S.)
Cho Yoon-jeong (South Korea) v Iva Majoli (Croatia)
Myriam Casanova (Switzerland) v Cara Black (Zimbabwe)
Henrieta Nagyova (Slovakia) v 8-Chanda Rubin (U.S.)
7-Jennifer Capriati (U.S.) v Joannette Kruger (South Africa)
Rossana Neffa-de los Rios (Paraguay) v Marion Bartoli (France)
Q-Julia Vakulenko (Ukraine) v Cristina Torrens Valero (Spain)
Q-Julia Schruff (Germany) v 32-Francesca Schiavone (Italy)
17-Amanda Coetzer (South Africa) v Katarina Srebotnik (Slovenia)
Marissa Irvin (U.S.) v LL-Maria Elena Camerin (Italy)
Silvija Talaja (Croatia) v Janette Husarova (Slovakia)
Nadia Petrova (Russia) v 12-Monica Seles (U.S.)
13-Elena Dementieva (Russia) v Maria Sanchez Lorenzo (Spain)
Anca Barna (Germany) v Maja Matevzic (Slovenia)
Denisa Chladkova (Czech Republic) v Anais Laurendon (France)
Martina Muller (Germany) v 22-Vera Zvonareva (Russia)
26-Silvia Farina Elia (Italy) v Conchita Martinez Granados (Spain)
Q-Bahia Mouhtassine (Morocco) v Zuzana Ondraskova (Czech Republic)
Iveta Benesova (Czech Republic) v Evie Dominikovic (Australia)
LL-Samantha Reeves (U.S) v 3-Venus Williams (U.S.)
6-Lindsay Davenport (U.S.) v Q-Wynne Prakusya (Indonesia)
Iroda Tulyaganova (Uzbekistan) v Antonella Serra Zanetti (Italy)
Q-Gala Leon Garcia (Spain) v Q-Gisela Dulko (Argentina)
Libuse Prusova (Czech Republic) v 25-Nathalie Dechy (France)
24-Conchita Martinez (Spain) v Q-Tatiana Perebiynis (Ukraine)
Tatiana Poutchek (Belarus) v Emmanuelle Gagliardi (Switzerland)
Klara Koukalova (Czech Republic) v Tina Pisnik (Slovenia)
Angelika Roesch (Germany) v 10-Jelena Dokic (Yugoslavia)
15-Magdalena Maleeva (Bulgaria) v Alicia Molik (Australia)
Evgenia Koulikovskaya (Russia) v Celine Beigbeder (France)
Ansley Cargill (U.S.) v Rita Grande (Italy)
Tatiana Golovin (France) v 20-Elena Bovina (Russia)
30-Paola Suarez (Argentina) v Q-Edina Gallovits (Romania)
Daja Bedanova (Czech Republic) v Corina Morariu (U.S.)
Marlene Weingartner (Germany) v Lindsay Lee-Waters (U.S.)
Amy Frazier (U.S.) v 2-Kim Clijsters (Belgium)
May 25th, 2003, 05:29 PM
dokic v roesch :|
GO JELENA :bounce:
May 25th, 2003, 10:29 PM
come on Jelena, you can do it
May 26th, 2003, 03:20 PM
Pleeeeease Bounce Back!!!
May 26th, 2003, 03:36 PM
Jelena playing first match on Court 2 tomorrow! :D
Dokic: My return would be a 'great thing for Australian tennis'
May 28 2003 - From www.smh.com.au
Jelena Dokic, the 10th seed from Serbia and Montenegro, made a winning start to her French Open campaign yesterday and admitted that she was tempted by an offer to return to play again for Australia.
Tennis Australia had said that it would welcome the 20-year-old back to play for it in next year's Athens Olympics, and she revealed that she was seriously considering it.
Dokic had vowed never to represent Australia again after she severed ties with her adopted country more than two years ago over media clashes with her notorious father Damir.
But she could change her mind after being told she was ineligible to represent Serbia and Montenegro, formerly Yugoslavia, in Athens next year.
"I'm sure they (Tennis Australia) would love me to go back. I think it would be a great thing for Australian tennis too. I'm thinking about it," said Dokic after she advanced to the second round here with a 6-4 6-4 win over German newcomer Angelika Roesch.
"It's in my mind and a thing that I would consider.
"The Olympics is still a year away, but within six months it would have to be decided whether to play Fed Cup and Olympics.
"I'd love to play the Olympics again. It only happens every four years.
"It's not a huge thing in tennis. You're going more for the Grand Slams, but it's just a great event just to mix with other athletes, other people."
Dokic was a semi-finalist in the Sydney Olympics and lost the bronze medal match to Monica Seles of the United States.
"It's something that I'm keeping to myself. If I decide to do it I will do it myself, no one else will push me into it. I would have to feel comfortable first of all," said Dokic, who next meets Slovenia's Tina Pisnik.
May 27th, 2003, 11:19 PM
Dokic Flags Aussie Return
By Patrick Miles
May 28, 2003
JELENA DOKIC, the erstwhile Australian, last night declared she is considering a return to the country that nurtured her as a young player.
"It's in my mind," she said in Paris last night after her 6-4 6-4 first-round win over Germany's Angelika Roesch. "It's something that I will definitely consider."
Dokic is playing at Roland Garros as a representative of Yugoslavia, which the International Tennis Federation has failed to recognise so far as Serbia-Montenegro.
It must be confusing even for the player who was born, it is claimed, in Belgrade then played the Fed Cup and the 2000 Olympics for Australia, to where her family had emigrated in 1994. After the 2001 Australian Open, when Dokic lost to Lindsay Davenport in the first round, her father, Damir, insisted that the draw had been fixed and decided to take his family back to Europe via their residence in Saddlebrook, Florida.
Dokic has yet to return to Australia but now that she has removed herself from the influence of her father, whose hall of shame at tournaments around the world is well documented, it appears that she is warming to the idea of reverting to her Australian passport, which she still holds.
Not one to underestimate her talents, Dokic, the world No.10, said: "I'm sure they would love me to go back. I think it would be a great thing for Australian tennis, also."
A recent report suggested that Dokic wanted to play at next year's Olympic Games in Athens and the only way she could enter would be as an Australian.
Tennis Australia said it was monitoring her situation and that she would be welcome should she choose to return.
Dokic said last night she was surprised to learn of the report because "I made no comments" but that she was "considering it".
She said she would have to make a decision within six months to qualify for the Olympics "but not now".
"I'd love to play the Olympics," she said. "I played it once already and I was young. It was a good experience for me."
Dokic is being accompanied in Paris by her Brazilian boyfriend Enrique Bernoldi, who races in the Formula Nissan series in Japan and is on the verge of a drive in Formula One, where he has competed before.
It has been widely reported that Dokic's relationship with Bernoldi has greatly upset her father, who announced recently that he had severed ties with his daughter.
It is safe to assume that Dokic began to feel, especially since she turned 18, that her father was becoming a liability. He was expelled from Wimbledon and the US Open for disruptive and abusive behaviour and was prone to ranting in public.
In the past two years the player has matured, physically and mentally, and observers believe strongly that her friendship with Bernoldi has been a positive and steadying influence.
Asked if she had been in contact with TA about the Fed Cup, Dokic said: "They just made some comments that I might be playing. Like I said, it's something that I'm thinking about myself. No-one else is going to influence my decision."
May 28th, 2003, 01:37 AM
great to see you win jelena now you will have to step it up a bit against pisnik but im sure you can do it :lick: :)
is the 4th match on court 10 tongiht playing doubles with petrova against granados and martinez so hopefully she can get into a rythm as petrova is playing well also :bounce: :wavey: :D
May 28th, 2003, 11:21 AM
May 28th, 2003, 02:20 PM
It must be confusing even for the player who was born, it is claimed, in Belgrade
Are they trying to say Jelena or someone else has lied about her birthplace? :confused:
May 28th, 2003, 09:32 PM
good doubles win Jelena, good luck in ur 2ns round match. you can do it Jelena :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: