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pierce0415
Oct 4th, 2004, 12:55 AM
Well we know that Na Li is not on any more commitment lists for the rest of the year. But it is possible for her to take WC as she did for Beijing and Guangzhou :p :p :p

IMO I think she should take a WC into Tashkent, Linz qualifying and then Quebec :angel: but of course Chinese Federation will not allow her :mad:

Did anybody who watched the match in China hear what Na Li said about her plans for the rest of the year? If I have to wait until Australia then :mad: :o

SG_Slam
Oct 4th, 2004, 01:36 AM
She'll be competing in the Chinese circuit, therefore, she will not travel aboard probably until next year's Australian Open. She can enter maindraw.

Mcawen
Oct 4th, 2004, 02:47 AM
Well we know that Na Li is not on any more commitment lists for the rest of the year. But it is possible for her to take WC as she did for Beijing and Guangzhou :p :p :p

IMO I think she should take a WC into Tashkent, Linz qualifying and then Quebec :angel: but of course Chinese Federation will not allow her :mad:

Did anybody who watched the match in China hear what Na Li said about her plans for the rest of the year? If I have to wait until Australia then :mad: :o


I'm sorry but for people who wants to watch Li Na playing in a WTA tour,our dreams will not come true this year.
The officals of the tennis association said that whether Li Na would join the country's team or not ,all that is depended on her attitude.
That is to say,chances are great while she's doing great.

Because tennis is not yet a highly-professioned game in China,almost no company or person is willing to support player going abroad to competite,all the money they are using to travel around the world comes from the goverment.So is she or he is not in the country's team,chances for them to go abroad are slim.

Now some of the tennis fans in China are calling for finacial support for Li Na,but seems that there need to be a good organizition to collect the money.It's a good will but hard to come true.

And worse more , it it very difficult for Chinese people to go abroad becasue of some certain systems running in China.They need more passports than you can imagine and they need to wait some time until they are allowed to go abroad.So u see,the enviroment in China prevent players from becoming a top hitter,in some facts.

But remember that Li Na is really a talent player. :)

BK4ever
Oct 4th, 2004, 02:59 AM
how was shuai peng able to leave china?

Mattographer
Oct 4th, 2004, 03:46 AM
how was shuai peng able to leave china?
Excatly, why can't Jie Zheng, Na Li and others? :confused:

Mattographer
Oct 4th, 2004, 03:47 AM
Hope she will play Adidas International before heading to Australian Open :) Akiko Morigami won Asian Championship last year and played Adidas International :p

Xian
Oct 4th, 2004, 09:10 AM
Meng Yuan, Quan Gao and Yang Chen played in Europe too or trained in Spain for some time why is that possible :confused:

Doraemon
Oct 4th, 2004, 09:13 AM
That's why I still call China communist. No freedom!

Mcawen
Oct 4th, 2004, 11:52 AM
Excatly, why can't Jie Zheng, Na Li and others? :confused:

BYW,zheng jie is able to go abroad to play for she is member of the national team.

And for peng shuai,it must be that she has someone support her with money,so she can afford to travel around the world.

M&M
Oct 4th, 2004, 12:24 PM
i hope all the chinese players switch their nationaliy and can play a full shedule soon :(

stupid chinese federation, i hate them!!!

olympic games should not be in china! the games stand for freedom, peace, liberty etc. but i don't see it in china!

icesnow2008
Oct 4th, 2004, 02:00 PM
That's why I still call China communist. No freedom!

you shouldn't say it , China's professional tennis isn't going business, country teamer can have money go aborad,but ever you herad which player of other countries give their players spent money? That's professional tennis.

though tennis in china isn't popular , our country want to improve our tennis , fact, national team players can have enough money from country , help them get to play go aboard.

It's none of our country , If they have enough money,they can go anywhere they want,they have enough freedom. Wouldn't charge our country , It's only because our country haven't tennis culture . None want to supply the tennis players.

ashwu
Oct 4th, 2004, 04:15 PM
you shouldn't say it , China's professional tennis isn't going business, country teamer can have money go aborad,but ever you herad which player of other countries give their players spent money? That's professional tennis.

though tennis in china isn't popular , our country want to improve our tennis , fact, national team players can have enough money from country , help them get to play go aboard.

It's none of our country , If they have enough money,they can go anywhere they want,they have enough freedom. Wouldn't charge our country , It's only because our country haven't tennis culture . None want to supply the tennis players.
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pierce0415
Oct 6th, 2004, 02:13 PM
Well if Na Li goes on the tour and has decent results, shouldn't she be able to support herself with her prize money?