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grmbl
Feb 15th, 2004, 01:08 AM
Misa Krajicek:
Age: 15 years
Careerhiglights:
- Winner Hillegom ITF International Youth Tournament || Grade 5
- Winner Heiveld Junior Championships || Grade 4
- SF Leciva Czech Junior Open || Grade 2
- Winner 25th Int. Casablanca Tennis Junior Cup || Grade 1
- Winner 17th Yucatan Cup || Grade A
- Winner 39th Coffee Bowl || Grade 1
- Winner 44th Italian Junior Open Trofeo Bonfiglio Campionati || Grade A
- Winner 25th International Junior Tournament Citta Di Santa Croce || Grade 1
- Semi final Roland Garros 2003 || Grade A
- Winner Canadian Open Junior Tennis Championships || Grade 1
- Runner-up US Open Junior Championships || Grade A
- Winner of the Junior Fed- cup

Tatiana Golovin:
Age : 16 years
Careerhighlights:
- Runner-up Raquette D'Or, Mohammedia || Grade 3
- Runner-up Mediterranee 2000 || Grade 2
- Winner Dutch Junior Open Van Keeken Tournament || Grade 2
- SF The Junior Championships, Wimbledon 2002 || Grade A
- SF US Open Junior Championships 2002 || Grade A
- Winner Kentucky International Junior Tennis Derby || Grade 1
- Winner European Junior Individual Championships || Grade B1
- Round 16 Australian Open
- SF Paris

Head to Head

- 2003 || Canadian Open Junior Tennis Championships || Michaella Krajicek won 6-3 6-3

- 2003 || US Open Junior Championships || Michaella Krajicek won 6-1 6-4

Predict their careers, who will be more succesful?

stephanwiberg
Feb 15th, 2004, 02:05 AM
Misa Krajicek:
Age: 15 years
Careerhiglights:
- Winner Hillegom ITF International Youth Tournament || Grade 5
- Winner Heiveld Junior Championships || Grade 4
- SF Leciva Czech Junior Open || Grade 2
- Winner 25th Int. Casablanca Tennis Junior Cup || Grade 1
- Winner 17th Yucatan Cup || Grade A
- Winner 39th Coffee Bowl || Grade 1
- Winner 44th Italian Junior Open Trofeo Bonfiglio Campionati || Grade A
- Winner 25th International Junior Tournament Citta Di Santa Croce || Grade 1
- Semi final Roland Garros 2003 || Grade A
- Winner Canadian Open Junior Tennis Championships || Grade 1
- Runner-up US Open Junior Championships || Grade A
- Winner of the Junior Fed- cup

Tatiana Golovin:
Age : 16 years
Careerhighlights:
- Runner-up Raquette D'Or, Mohammedia || Grade 3
- Runner-up Mediterranee 2000 || Grade 2
- Winner Dutch Junior Open Van Keeken Tournament || Grade 2
- SF The Junior Championships, Wimbledon 2002 || Grade A
- SF US Open Junior Championships 2002 || Grade A
- Winner Kentucky International Junior Tennis Derby || Grade 1
- Winner European Junior Individual Championships || Grade B1
- Round 16 Australian Open
- SF Paris

Head to Head

- 2003 || Canadian Open Junior Tennis Championships || Michaella Krajicek won 6-3 6-3

- 2003 || US Open Junior Championships || Michaella Krajicek won 6-1 6-4

Predict their careers, who will be more succesful?

With such genes and such a father, whether you like him or not, he does know how to train a youngster into a top-player.

Jakeev
Feb 15th, 2004, 05:23 AM
Well it would seem Kraijek has Golovin's number, but once a player gets into the pros it's an entirely different ballgame.

This is already Tatiana's breakthrough year and so we need to wait and see for the next few years before really answering any questions like this.

Darop.
Feb 15th, 2004, 11:13 AM
With such genes and such a father, whether you like him or not, he does know how to train a youngster into a top-player.
Richard aint michaela's dad :p

sartrista7
Feb 15th, 2004, 11:16 AM
Right. This Krajicek girl has never won a match on the senior tour... not even in Challengers. I think it's a little too early to start talking up her 'success'.

Darop.
Feb 15th, 2004, 11:45 AM
Michaela should get her a$$ out on the challenger tour!

Go mikaela! :)

Whatzup
Feb 15th, 2004, 11:53 AM
I think Michaella... she's really talented.. But I don't get it that she doesn't play any challengers.. Ok she signed up for Midland and some 25k challengers but she got injured.. and I've heard that she will get a WC for Amelia Island :D

mandy7
Feb 15th, 2004, 02:18 PM
mischa will rule

SerialKiller#69
Feb 15th, 2004, 02:33 PM
Tatiana will jolt Krajicek the next time they meet.

Experimentee
Feb 15th, 2004, 02:34 PM
Golovin been's more impressive on the senior tour so far, so i'm leaning towards her. We all know not all players who have a good junior career end up doing well in seniors, maybe Kraijcek will be like that too, but its too early to tell. Michaela hasnt played much on the main tour and when she did she was beaten easily.

Leo_DFP
Feb 15th, 2004, 02:44 PM
Way too early to predict. Golovin has already had some success on the senior tour, but Krajicek's had a more impressive junior career. Plus, Mischa is younger by a year. Impossible to tell.

Whatzup
Feb 15th, 2004, 02:55 PM
Michaela has to say goodbye to the juniortour and she has to concentrate herself more on the wtatour level. Almost every girl from the junior top 10 has already played some challengers and even won challengers.. girls who got beaten easily by Michaeal on the juniortour. But as far as I know now she will accept a WC for Amelia Island.. I hope she can show some good tennis there to built up a ranking! :D

grmbl
Feb 15th, 2004, 05:07 PM
I think Misa!

the cat
Feb 15th, 2004, 07:11 PM
If Michaela Krajicek stays healthy the sky is the limit for her. :D But Tatiana Golovin is already proving herself on the WTA Tour. Because of her size and serve I think Krajicek will have a better career than Golovin. But Tatiana is ahead of Michaela as of today. The juniors and Michaela's complete domination over Tatiana won't mean much when they play each other on the WTA Tour.

kim&lleyton
Feb 15th, 2004, 07:28 PM
Offcourse I will go for Misa!!!
I predict ze wil be the #1 in the world within 8 years!
:worship: MISA KRAJICEK!!!:worship:

Gowza
Feb 15th, 2004, 08:32 PM
i hope krajicek but it is to early to tell. i like both players. but it seems to me that everyone has forgotten about nicole vaidisova, she won her first challenger last year and hhas just reached the final of her 2nd challenger event ($75k) and i believe she is still only 14.

stephanwiberg
Feb 18th, 2004, 07:42 AM
Richard aint michaela's dad :p

are you serious, is richard not her father. You must be kidding :devil:

If you would read a little better, you could see that i say trained her in the same sentence of giving your kid good tennis-genes(if thats exists)

Ofcourse richard is not the father, but both he and michaela have the same father and different mothers, too still be able too produce 2 tennis-stars gives him even more credit then richard williams. If i was a tennis-fan/female, i 'd try to get his sperm