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mauresmofan
Apr 15th, 2004, 12:24 PM
:bounce: :bounce: :bounce: Defend Your title Amélie! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Wojtek
Apr 15th, 2004, 12:30 PM
Allez Amelie

Linnie
Apr 15th, 2004, 02:25 PM
:haha: :yeah: :worship:

:banana: ALLEZ AMÉLIE!!! :banana:

mom3
Apr 16th, 2004, 08:38 AM
I don't want at all to be pessimistic but she said she should not come this year :rolleyes:
hope I 'm wrong

mauresmofan
Apr 19th, 2004, 06:28 PM
Until she offically withdraws I'll be cheering for her to retain her title!

Lapin
Apr 20th, 2004, 12:07 AM
http://www.eurosport.com/imgbk/CYCLNG/ALL/big_MD-I107798.jpg

:bounce: :bounce: :bounce: Allez Amélie!! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

mom3
Apr 20th, 2004, 01:28 PM
you 're right Mauresmofan and Lapin :tape: :drool:


allez allez Amélie don't withdraw :bounce:

sbmh
Apr 20th, 2004, 02:05 PM
:) Bonne chance , Amélie ! :)

Lapin
Apr 20th, 2004, 07:32 PM
Another pic from last year:

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/371.jpg

:D


Lots more photos on the website; select Amélie's name from the list of players...

http://www.jandscup.pl/eng/galeria_2003.php

galadriel
Apr 24th, 2004, 11:21 PM
Go Momo !!!!!!!!!

mauresmofan
Apr 26th, 2004, 02:03 PM
Good Luck Amélie!

Harju.
Apr 26th, 2004, 02:09 PM
:haha: :yeah: Love the title :hug:

Allez Amélie

Lapin
Apr 26th, 2004, 02:09 PM
From today's L'Equipe. Thanks to Minou for posting this on Amélie's official board! :D

« Un programme chargé »

AMIENS - de notre envoyé spécial.

AMÉLIE MAURESMO, réjouie d'avoir rempli son contrat, se tourne maintenant vers les tournois qui vont la mener à Roland-Garros.

« PEUT-ON parler de formalité pour votre deuxième simple.
- Oui. En fait, mon adversaire a fait les fautes et les points. Moi, je me suis contentée de gérer en serrant le jeu sur les points importants. Je savais, pour l'avoir vue jouer contre Nathalie, samedi, qu'elle (Groenefeld) était assez irrégulière. J'ai abordé le match sereinement et ça s'est bien passé.
- Quels enseignements retirez-vous de cette semaine passée en équipe et de la rencontre en elle-même.
- La semaine s'est très bien passée. Dès le dimanche soir, lorsque nous nous sommes tous retrouvés, Guy Forget a tout de suite mis les joueuses en garde sur les risques de prendre trop à la légère une rencontre pour laquelle nous étions largement favorites sur le papier. Nous avons donc préparé les matches avec le plus grand sérieux et, aujourd'hui, j'estime que nous avons bien rempli notre contrat.
- Vous aviez laissé entendre l'année dernière, après avoir gagné la finale de la Fed Cup, que vous ne seriez peut-être pas présente sur toutes les rencontres cette année. Qu'en est-il pour le deuxième tour?
- Le deuxième tour, c'est encore loin (en juillet). Mais je peux vous dire dès aujourd'hui que je serai présente. J'avais émis quelques doutes en fin de saison dernière mais, finalement, Guy Forget et moi avons en quelque sorte resigné pour cette année. La France est tenante du titre et nous allons tout faire pour tenter de le conserver. Le prochain tour, contre l'Italie ou la République tchèque, ne sera pas facile car, en plus, il ne se jouera pas en France. Il faudra donc aligner la meilleure équipe possible.
- Que pensez-vous de votre niveau de jeu?
- C'était un peu dur de revenir sur court couvert après avoir joué plusieurs semaines à l'extérieur. Actuellement, je suis moyennement satisfaite de mon niveau de jeu. Il y a des choses à améliorer en retour et au service. Dans le cours du jeu, il faut également que je me montre plus agressive. Mais tout cela va venir en jouant des matches.
- Vous allez en jouer pas mal des matches ces prochaines semaines...
- Je pars mardi pour Varsovie et j'enchaînerai avec Berlin et Rome. C'est un programme chargé en théorie. Dans la pratique, on verra comment ça se passe. Il est possible, par exemple, que je fasse sauter l'un de ces trois tournois si je sens que, physiquement, je suis un peu juste car il y a Roland-Garros qui arrive huit jours après Rome et je ne veux pas arriver cramée à Paris. L'année dernière, j'ai bien enchaîné les trois tournois (*) et, en arrivant à Roland-Garros, je n'avais pas la sensation d'être fatiguée. Mais je crois que ma condition physique était meilleure il y a un an que cette année, surtout sur le plan de la récupération. Là, je ne sais pas si je peux déjà enchaîner jour après jour plusieurs matches durs. On va voir, il faudra gérer mon emploi du temps un peu au jour le jour.

(*) L'année dernière, Amélie Mauresmo s'était imposée à Varsovie en battant Venus Williams en finale, puis elle s'était fait battre en demi-finale à Berlin après un match très disputé contre Justine Henin et, à Rome, après avoir éliminé Serena Williams en demi-finale, elle avait perdu en trois sets contre Kim Clijsters en finale alors qu'elle frôlait la victoire.

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Babelfished etc.... ;)


"A heavy programme"

AMÉLIE MAURESMO, delighted to have filled her contract, turns now to the tournaments which will take her to Roland-Garros.
-"Can you speak about formality in your second singles?
- Yes. In fact, my adversary made the faults and the points. Me, I was satisfied to manage by tightening the play on the important points. I knew, as I had seen her playing against Nathalie on Saturday, that she (Groenefeld) was rather inconsistant. I approached the match serenely and that lasted.
- Which lesson you take from this week spent the team and the meeting in itself?
- The week it was very quite last. As of Sunday evening, when we found ourselves together, Guy Forget immediately put the players on guard to the risk of taking the meeting much too lightly; a meeting for which we were largely favorite on paper. We thus prepared the matches with great seriousness and, today, I estimate that we filled our contract well.
- You had made it clear last year, after having won the final of the Fed Cup, that you would perhaps not be present for all the meetings this year. How is it for the second round?
- The second round, it is still far away (in July). But I can say to you as of today that I will be present. I had some doubts at the end of the last season but, finally, Guy Forget and me are to some extent resigned for this year. France is holder of the title and we will do everything to try to keep it. The next round, against Italy or the Czech Republic, will not be easy because, moreover, it will not be played in France. The best possible team will thus have to be aligned.
- What do you think of your level of play?
- It is a little hard to return to a covered court after having played several weeks outside. Currently, I am fairly satisfied with my level of play. There are things to improve, in returns and with the service. In the course of the play, it is necessary also that I show myself more aggressive. But all that will come from playing matches.
- You will play not badly of the matches these next weeks...
- I leave Tuesday for Warsaw and will sequence(?) with Berlin and Rome. It is a heavy program in theory. In practice, one will see how it goes. It is possible, for example, that I will miss one of these three tournaments if I feel that, physically, I haven't enough(??); there is Roland-Garros which starts eight days after Rome and I do not want to arrive burnt out in Paris. Last year, I connected well the three tournaments (*) and, when I arrived at Roland-Garros, I did not have the feeling of being tired. But I believe that my physical condition was better one year ago than this year, especially in the area of recovery. Therefore, I do not know if I can already connect day after day several hard matches. One will see, it will be necessary to manage my timetable a little from day to day.

(*) Last year, Amélie Mauresmo won Warsaw by beating Venus Williams finally, then she was beaten in the semi-final in Berlin after a well disputed match against Justine Henin and, in Rome, after having eliminated Serena Williams in semi-final, she lost in three sets against Kim Clijsters finally after having come very close to victory.


:bounce: :bounce: :bounce: Bonne Chance Amélie!!! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Sonja
Apr 26th, 2004, 03:50 PM
Go Go Mauresmo

Linnie
Apr 26th, 2004, 04:43 PM
ALLEZ AMÉLIE!!!

:armed: Come out fighting!!! :boxing:

Bероника
Apr 26th, 2004, 09:22 PM
Allez Momo!!!

Best of luck!!!!

Odysseus
Apr 26th, 2004, 10:50 PM
AMELIE GOOD LUCK
:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

suzie
Apr 27th, 2004, 08:56 AM
:bounce: Bonne Chance, Amélie!!! :bounce:

Mariangelina
Apr 27th, 2004, 10:26 AM
Allez Amélie à Varsovie!

:) :worship: :D ;) :p :cool: :wavey: :angel: :kiss: :hearts: :drool: :bounce: :lick: :lol: :bowdown: :dance: :haha: :woohoo: :silly: :hatoff: :crazy: :rocker: :banana: :sport: :inlove: :bdaycake: :clap2: :bigclap: :smooch: :hug: :yeah: :yippee: :bigwave: :rocker2: :music: :rolls: :couple: :aparty: :tennis:

Don't think me mentally unbalanced. I just adore smilies.

Lapin
Apr 27th, 2004, 08:39 PM
http://www.wtatour.com/global/photogallery/warsaw/f_16.jpg
J&S Cup, Warsaw, Poland: Amelie Mauresmo and Bjorn Alven (r), WTA Tour Managing Director-Europe, with Whirlpool officials during a press conference onsite in the media center at their inaugural Tour event as the premier sponsor of the WTA Tour in Europe. (From WTATour)

Linnie
Apr 28th, 2004, 12:29 AM
I just realized......the next win will be #300!!! :eek: :D

:worship: BONNE CHANCE AMÉLIE!!! :worship:

mauresmofan
Apr 28th, 2004, 10:55 AM
:aparty: :aparty: :aparty: Win No. 300 on the way!!!:aparty::aparty::aparty:

Sonja
Apr 28th, 2004, 01:44 PM
Win No. 304 will excite me more (assuming all wins occur in this tourney) ;) :p

Lapin
Apr 28th, 2004, 07:46 PM
Win No. 304 will excite me more (assuming all wins occur in this tourney) ;) :p
:lol:

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/513.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/514.jpg


Tomorrow, 2nd match up:

Centre Court
11.00am
Lenka Nemeckova vs Vera Zvonareva

Followed by
Amelie Mauresmo http://www.tennnis.com/phpbb/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif vs Eleni Daniilidou http://www.tennnis.com/phpbb/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif

Mariangelina
Apr 28th, 2004, 09:46 PM
:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

Capturez #304!

Lapin
Apr 28th, 2004, 10:16 PM
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/smileysmania/Smileys/gifs2/x201.gif http://perso.wanadoo.fr/smileysmania/Smileys/gifs2/x201.gif http://perso.wanadoo.fr/smileysmania/Smileys/gifs2/x201.gif Bonne Chance Amélie!! http://perso.wanadoo.fr/smileysmania/Smileys/gifs2/x201.gif http://perso.wanadoo.fr/smileysmania/Smileys/gifs2/x201.gif http://perso.wanadoo.fr/smileysmania/Smileys/gifs2/x201.gif


(Sorry Eleni!! :o)

mauresmofan
Apr 29th, 2004, 09:56 AM
Tough test for Amélie but I'm sure she'll play great and get the win!

:bounce: :bounce: :bounce: Good Luck Defending Champ! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

suzie
Apr 29th, 2004, 01:55 PM
Amélie won 6/2, 7/6!!
(and she is fine, "medical time out" was requested by Eleni - hope she is ok too. ;) )

http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/xp/ap_photo/20040429/all/l1111216.jpg

GOOD LUCK AGAINST FRANCESCA!!!

Harju.
Apr 29th, 2004, 05:12 PM
ALLEZ AMÉLIE...!!

Mariangelina
Apr 29th, 2004, 06:01 PM
:bounce: Great Job Amélie! :bounce:

Poor Eleni. :sad: I hope she's okay.

mauresmofan
Apr 29th, 2004, 06:44 PM
I'm just so relieved that it's not Amélie that's injured - not that I'd wish injury on any player. Eleni has a bit of time before her next tournament so I hope she'll be fit to play it.

Linnie
Apr 29th, 2004, 07:46 PM
It's apparently not serious at all. She and Fabiola won their doubles match today! :D

Lapin
Apr 29th, 2004, 08:24 PM
Glad to hear that Eleni is OK! :)

Amélie video clip! :D
http://www.jandscup.pl/filmy/040429_mauresmo.wmv

Lapin
Apr 30th, 2004, 12:28 PM
The J&S Cup website has excelled itself ;)

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/553.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/554.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/555.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/556.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/557.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/558.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/559.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/560.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/561.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/562.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/563.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/564.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/565.jpg
The security guard gets an autograph! :lol:

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/566.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/567.jpg

:D

mauresmofan
Apr 30th, 2004, 05:15 PM
Amélie seems not to like defending titles. Should have won the match,Didn't = Merde Squared. Don't let it happen again - you live you learn.

Harju.
Apr 30th, 2004, 05:19 PM
:sobbing: :crying2:

Like someone said in the other thrad.. she's practically giving up after the second set..

Remember F Berlin/Rome? where she lost sth like 6-1 6-7 1-6..

Anyway.. regroup now Momo for Berlin :worship:

Hope she's not injured or anything

Mariangelina
Apr 30th, 2004, 08:44 PM
:sad:

Poor Amélie. I'm really scared she might be injured again. I know this has to be a tough time for her with her father's recent death and all, so some aberrant play isn't that surprising. Congrats to Francesca, who I'm sure is thrilled. :) I don't think she'd just "give up" against Schiavone of all people if nothing was wrong. She seemed to play okay beforehand. She's won the first and lost the second against Henin-Hardenne- twice- and gone on to win. I think there has to be something wrong.

This has been a very, very bad day. :sad:

Lapin
Apr 30th, 2004, 08:50 PM
Yes, poor Amélie! It must be so disappointing to lose in the quarter finals when you are defending champion, (and also the first time she has been No. 1 seed?) http://smile.smilies.nl/408.gif She looks really sad in her press conference: http://www.jandscup.pl/filmy/040430_mauresmo.wmv
Life has thrown an awful lot at her in 2004, and it is understandable if she is not at 'full strength' at the moment. Francesca is a good player, who was on good form today by all accounts, (apparently serving really well). Also, better that it happens now than in a few weeks time, (or in the Fed Cup in July!) Better to 'peak' in a few weeks time. That said, I'm a bit worried that Amélie may not be able to defend enough points over the next two weeks to hold onto a top four seeding for Roland Garros; it will be sad if Lindsay takes it..... http://smile.smilies.nl/393.gif

Anyway, a few pics to cheer us up; and then on to Berlin....

http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/xp/reuters_ids/20040430/i/3534569613.jpg

http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/xp/afpji/20040430/040430192932.7gll57iv0b.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/575.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/576.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/577.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/578.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/580.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/581.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/579.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/582.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/583.jpg

Lapin
May 2nd, 2004, 01:47 AM
Last few J&S Cup pics:

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/584.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/585.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/586.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/587.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/588.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/589.jpg

http://www.jandscup.pl/zdj/590.jpg

:D