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AUSBOY
Feb 14th, 2005, 02:31 AM
'We don't need Molik'

New Federation Cup tennis captain John Alexander is confident that Australia will rejoin the World group despite Australia's top player Alicia Molik's unavailability for it's next tie.

Alexander today announced a squad facing India in April's Asia/Oceania Zone Group One Fed Cup tie in India with world No.10 Molik the glaring omission.

World No.46 Samantha Stosur will lead a squad that also includes Fed Cup stalwart Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and newcomer Bryanne Stewart.

Alexander said Molik would concentrate on her quest to become the world's No.1 tennis player.

"By agreement, Alicia is not going to play this first match," Alexander said.

"Alicia has a real opportunity to achieve a number one world ranking.

"She has a particular schedule designed to do that. The Fed Cup is an awkward date and the geographical location for these first events it really would have stuffed up the first part of her year.

"When all things considered Tennis Australia has to consider looking after our players wholistically and when someone has a great opportunity like this we have to be behind them."

ozfan44
Feb 14th, 2005, 02:40 AM
Welcome Bryanne finally :kiss:

Nicole Pratt :rolleyes:

Sophie Should be in the squad not that old fart!

Hope Evie is the no 2 singles player!

azza
Feb 14th, 2005, 03:40 AM
Sam and Evie for singles Sam and Bryanne for doubles Nicole can just be there for incase anyone gets injured ( God Forbid )

:lol: :o

AUSBOY
Feb 14th, 2005, 05:18 AM
Pratts become a doubles specialist since her singles rank will be in the 90's next week! She's ranked 21 in the world.

I'd still prefer Pratt over Evie in singles anyday, that girls a bigger head case!

Pratt actually played quite well in the Aust Open, she just had a tough match.

broncosven
Feb 14th, 2005, 05:45 AM
Yah !!

Bryanne !!!

TS
Feb 14th, 2005, 08:16 AM
Quest for world No.1? No disrespect to Alicia, but that sentiment is just ridiculous.

Welcome to the team Bryanne :)

Welcome back to the team Evie :D

Maybe it's just me...but I think this tie isn't being given the respect it deserves by JA. Don't be sure that you'll get through buddy...India is very dangerous, especially if Shikha Uberoi is eligible to play (is she?). So is this tie like a round robin thing, where we play a bunch of nations?

ozfan44
Feb 14th, 2005, 10:09 AM
wonder who nthe hit up girl is?

AUSBOY
Feb 14th, 2005, 11:10 AM
Yeah I agree with TS, India could be dangerous. Although Stosurs form would be way to good for Mirza if she's playing well.

As for Alicia reaching world number 1, if Mauresmo can do it Alicia can surely go close!

She had a poor start to 2004, so she is bound to gain a lot of points in the next few month and she's only 50 points off world number 8. I personally think she is better than several girls ranked above her like Myskina and Dementieva who I think will drop back a bit this year in points gained.

I think after Wimbledon Alicia will be ranked in the top 5 if not the top 4

The thing with Alicia is that I can still see a lot of room for improvement in her game, especially on the mental side, and I think she is working on this.

Mr_Molik
Feb 14th, 2005, 11:52 AM
glad alicias not playing :D but wonder y no stubbsy? i reckon sam and nicole will play singles and sam/bryanne dubz

Postcard
Feb 14th, 2005, 07:49 PM
If the report about Stubbs is correct - then it does not make sense. Why would someone who is nearly 34 make themselves unavailable for a new captain who has already said nice things about them!?! A few ideas spring to mind! :cool:

http://www.theage.com.au/news/Tennis/Fed-Cup-team-loses-top-players/2005/02/14/1108229930007.html

"Stubbs, ranked No. 8 in the world in doubles, withdrew from selection for the squad that includes Samantha Stosur, Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and Bryanne Stewart in protest at being fined for her late arrival at a tie in Russia last year."

broncosven
Feb 14th, 2005, 10:38 PM
Maybe she needs to get over being fined . . . . . .

Bryanne and Sam will do an awesome job . . i remember a certain match in Sydney International first round . . . Need i say more !!

louloubelle
Feb 14th, 2005, 10:50 PM
If the report about Stubbs is correct - then it does not make sense. Why would someone who is nearly 34 make themselves unavailable for a new captain who has already said nice things about them!?! A few ideas spring to mind! :cool:

http://www.theage.com.au/news/Tennis/Fed-Cup-team-loses-top-players/2005/02/14/1108229930007.html

"Stubbs, ranked No. 8 in the world in doubles, withdrew from selection for the squad that includes Samantha Stosur, Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and Bryanne Stewart in protest at being fined for her late arrival at a tie in Russia last year."

Thanks Postcard

I heard that some of the girls weren't impressed with JA's appointment and he was going to meet with them. Maybe things still haven't cleared over.

I notice China is in the round robin event - so things will be tough with Na Li, Peng, Zheng etc... Really can't see us getting through if China is full strength and we are without Molik.

No way should Nicole be left out! What rubbish! She should be given the no. 2 spot and hopefully after 3-4 rnd robin matches she may pick up some confidence. Run Evie and Nicole against the weaker nations and rest up Sam when we can, for the heavyweights of India, China, Korea etc... when she will need to play singles and doubles.

AUSBOY
Feb 15th, 2005, 12:51 AM
http://www.smh.com.au/ffximage/2005/02/14/fedcup_wideweb__430x273.jpg Passage to India: Australia's remaining Fed Cup players Samantha Stosur, left, and Bryanne Stewart train at White City yesterday for the qualifying event in India in April.
Photo: Craig Golding



Fed Cup captain John Alexander is confident his team will negotiate its first hurdle on the way to returning to the top-flight world group despite fielding a team that lacks Australia's top-ranked singles and doubles players, Alicia Molik and Rennae Stubbs.

As expected, Molik made herself unavailable for the Asia/Oceania Zone qualifying tournament in India in April because of her heavy workload at the start of the season. Ranked No.10 in the world, the 24-year-old will play a heavy schedule aimed at significantly improving that mark.

Stubbs, ranked No.8 in the world in doubles, withdrew from selection for a squad that includes Samantha Stosur, Nicole Pratt, Evie Dominikovic and Bryanne Stewart in protest at being fined for her late arrival at a tie in Russia last year.

Molik's absence comes with Alexander's blessing. Having forecast that she might reach the No.1 spot by the middle of the year, he said that Molik's quest to establish herself as one of the best players in the world was in the best interests of Australian tennis.

"We love Davis Cup and we love Fed Cup," said Alexander. "But the tie comes at a time when Alicia is going to be taking a break after a tough part of her schedule and, geographically, India is not the perfect place for her to be then."

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Molik's manager Peter Smylie said she would play three US tournaments in March and April before returning home for a break during the Fed Cup tie. "After that she has Berlin, Rome, the French Open ... she's just trying to build on what she has done and she doesn't want to be exhausted when she gets to Wimbledon like she was last year," he said.

Should Australia make the second Fed Cup qualification round in July, Molik will be a likely starter. "That tie is straight after Wimbledon and, at this stage, I think maybe winning Wimbledon might be the only thing that could stop her," said Alexander. "She might have to weigh that up. But otherwise I think she will be back."

More controversial is the absence of 33-year-old Stubbs, who was fined an undisclosed amount (believed to be the equivalent of one day's pay) for turning up for the tie against Russia a day late. She has appealed against the fine and is believed to be upset that another player who arrived on the same day was not punished.

Alexander said he had spoken with Stubbs in Sydney last month and was made aware of her grievances. While Alexander said he was confident Stubbs would make herself available again, her absence has made things easier for selectors.

Stosur and Stewart won the doubles at the Sydney International last month, having beaten Stubbs and American Lisa Raymond in the first round.

http://www.smh.com.au/ffximage/2005/02/14/molik_narrowweb__200x266.jpg Punishing schedule: Alicia Molik.
Photo:Vince Caligiuri



"On her day Rennae is definitely one of the best doubles players in the world," Alexander said. "But Sam and Bryanne are becoming a formidable pair. We would have had the problem of whether you take a champion doubles player and build a team, or take the best team you have."

Eight countries - the others are China, Chinese Taipei, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and Kazakhstan - are attempting to advance to the next round of qualifying in India. The teams will be split into two groups for a round-robin event with the top two teams playing off in the final.

Alexander expects Australia and China to be seeded No.1 in their groups and believes his relatively young team should be favourite to qualify.

"We've got Samantha, who is really very mentally strong, and Nicole Pratt, who was our No.1 player last year, now as the No.2," he said. "The team we will field in India is certainly more than capable."

TS
Feb 15th, 2005, 01:07 AM
Read JA's statements in the Herald Scum today, and really somebody needs to muzzle this guy.

"Samantha Stosur will make No.1" he says.

:retard:

Making statements like that does nobody any favours.

AUSBOY
Feb 15th, 2005, 01:22 AM
Hehehe, a little bit early to make a statement like that.

I have to say though if Stosur could play like she did in the first set against Schnyder at Gold Coast all the time, top 10 is a certainty, but her form last year was very erratic, she's in a similar position to Alicia two years ago!

TS
Feb 15th, 2005, 01:35 AM
Definitely agree with you on her performance in the Schnyder match. Her form was out of this world. Watching her this summer, it's clear the top 10 can be hers if she continues on this path...but these No.1 tstatements are just whacked.

ozfan44
Feb 15th, 2005, 03:05 AM
You are correct about a few players not exactly being over the moon about the appointment! and we can expect a few more comments like stosur will be number 1 etc in the coming weeks, seriously i reckon the guy is popping some sort of pills

China, Chinese Taipei, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore and Kazakhstan ey?

we'll have singapore, kazakhstan and taipei plz LOL

broncosven
Feb 15th, 2005, 03:43 AM
Definately India and China could be interesting . . . New Zealand aswell

Nichole
Feb 15th, 2005, 05:31 AM
[QUOTE=ozfan44]Welcome Bryanne finally :kiss:

QUOTE]

do u have any info on Bryanne - i dont know who she is lol

chain
Feb 15th, 2005, 11:40 AM
Bryanne made fourth round in Aus Open 2000. She didn't think she'd get that far, her hotel wasn't booked that far and she had to check out before she played.

<<< full of useless information.

AUSBOY
Feb 15th, 2005, 11:46 AM
Actually she reached the 3rd round and after her win she went shopping down Chapel St with Alicia who also won through to the 3rd round to celebrate and they both treated themselves to an expensive evening dress from one of the exclusive designer labels! More useless information!

chain
Feb 15th, 2005, 12:03 PM
Really? Damn the newspaper and their misinformation! Bryanne got a call and was told the hotel had a vacancy and she could stay on so she had a happy ending. *continues useless information*

stubbsy71
Feb 16th, 2005, 02:04 PM
It's Rennae putting her foot down for the way she was treated last year by Tennis Australia, so she's stuck by her principles to not play for them in this up and coming tie. She wishes them all the best and she knows they will get through, but she's not going to put herself out for them after the way she was treated.....And she hopes that one day they will pay her the money they owe her!!!! :)

AUSBOY
Feb 16th, 2005, 11:59 PM
I respect Stubbs decision. I think she should never have been fined and was poorly treated!

nitocris_tiger
Feb 17th, 2005, 02:12 AM
Which would be understandable if it was still Gooloagong & Woodforde still in charge but it's not. It's a new captain with a new start and I think she's letting the team down a little.

louloubelle
Feb 17th, 2005, 02:23 AM
JA is certainly on drugs saying Stosur will be no. 1. Firstly the pressure on her doesn't help, but 2ndly our captain saying that in public makes me worry how effective he will be. The last thing we need is a flighty captain who waffles on, we need someone that will tell it like it is!

As for Rennae, it's obvious that TA aren't too concerned with her withdrawal or they would've made a better effort to resolve the issue. I'd expect that she's not in their future plans - don't be suprised to see Molik and Stosur teaming up in the future ties (if Alicia manages to committ to the team :rolleyes: )

stubbsy71
Feb 17th, 2005, 10:10 AM
Molik and Stubbs are hitting them where it hurts, I support them both

Postcard
Feb 17th, 2005, 07:56 PM
Unfortunately, Stubbs' decision (unless we lose in India) almost certainly means that she's played her last Fed Cup match for Australia.

I don't believe the 'sulk' theory - I have other theories!

stubbsy71
Feb 17th, 2005, 08:49 PM
Rennae says she will play fed cup again. I'm in contact with Rennae and the above is correct. That's her side of the story and so you can believe what you want. I've followed Rennae 14 years and I trust hers and Molik's judgement on this one

broncosven
Feb 17th, 2005, 11:15 PM
I for ashamed that Alicia wont commit but can understand her prospects to go higher in the world

i can feel sorry for Stubbs aswell

I just pray that egg aint on our faces in a couple weeks time . . . . .

petey_pan
Feb 18th, 2005, 01:44 AM
I am very worried about India and China, the rest should be a bit of a breeze but without Molik, China will be a HUGE obstacle - Na Li is in terrific form as are Zheng and Peng - Sam is very capable of defeating them, but Evie and Nicole..... :tape: I have a feeling that the tie will come down to the doubles in both of the India and China matches - practice hard Sam and Bryanne - saw them play on the Gold Coast they were VERY good, but lost to Zheng and Ting Li I think it was 7-5 or 7-6 in the third after being up 4-2, Sam was exhausted after her long match with Maleeva.

louloubelle
Feb 19th, 2005, 12:28 AM
Unfortunately, Stubbs' decision (unless we lose in India) almost certainly means that she's played her last Fed Cup match for Australia.

I don't believe the 'sulk' theory - I have other theories!

What are they?? :)

louloubelle
Mar 28th, 2005, 12:02 PM
Anyone knows when the round robin will be played. World Group around April 23\24 I think??? - is this the same time??

Atleast Nicole seems to be moving into some form which is a help for Sam!

nitocris_tiger
Mar 30th, 2005, 03:46 AM
Yep, same week

Postcard
Apr 1st, 2005, 12:35 PM
http://foxsports.news.com.au/story/0,8659,12722547-23210,00.html

"But this is a very exciting time for womens tennis in Australia and I'm confident we have the players who can win this tie."

IT IS ABSOLUTELY EXCITING! :bounce: Who wants to play in the elite group, when one can play in the Asia/Oceania Zone Group I! :drool:

foreva lindsay
Apr 1st, 2005, 03:20 PM
whys rennae not picked :confused:

ozfan44
Apr 2nd, 2005, 01:18 AM
Anyone knows when the round robin will be played. World Group around April 23\24 I think??? - is this the same time??

Atleast Nicole seems to be moving into some form which is a help for Sam!

Round Robin pool matches to be played Wednesday, Thursday and Friday then the winner of 2 pools plays off on Saturday! :wavey: :D

Wonder when the draw will be done :confused: hope we can avoid both India and China!

AUSBOY
Apr 11th, 2005, 05:54 AM
Good News for Australia!!!

Looks almost definite that Sania Mirza wont be playing! She is reported to be taking a 6 week rest, doctors orders to overcome ankle problems

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 11th, 2005, 06:49 AM
Good News for Australia!!!

Looks almost definite that Sania Mirza wont be playing! She is reported to be taking a 6 week rest, doctors orders to overcome ankle problems
Hmm, Sania Mirza took painkillers when she carried ankle problems during Hyderabad where she won the title so, may you never know she will do it again.

azza
Apr 11th, 2005, 07:14 AM
Go Girls hope there ready :)

ozfan44
Apr 12th, 2005, 03:51 AM
I read in west australian today that sophie is in squad with bryanne, sam and evie but no mention of nicole pratt! what's going on there? is it a mistake or has she pulled out? left out?

TS
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:23 AM
Read in the paper today that Nicole pulled out....

Good experience for Soph :)

azza
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:31 AM
will this be telavised?

TS
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:36 AM
That a serious question???

azza
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:40 AM
Umm yes? would it be on foxsports atleast?

TS
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:44 AM
I will be quite surprised if Fed Cup was ever televised here, azza.

broncosven
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:52 AM
That's great for Sophie !!

Wish the Tennis was televised i think when we played Belgium a year or too ago it was televised though TS on channel 7

azza
Apr 12th, 2005, 04:55 AM
i watched us Vs Spain on Foxtel :o so thought they would show it :o

nitocris_tiger
Apr 12th, 2005, 05:02 AM
Fed Cup is NEVER shown on Aus TV, free to air OR pay tv. This will be no exception. The only thing you may have seen in the past is a brief snippet showing match point in the sports news.
The only chance you will get to see Aus play Fed Cup is if we are in World Group I or you go to the tie yourself.

nitocris_tiger
Apr 12th, 2005, 05:13 AM
I'm actually not that sure of our chances now. We are now without our No.1 and 3 players.. that will be a lot of pressure on Sam and Evie. The one good thing is Sam and Bryanne being in good form in the doubles becoz I can see it coming down to that in a few ties.

The test will be agst China and only 1 team will progress to World Group II :scared:

ozfan44
Apr 12th, 2005, 06:56 AM
We can beat China!

azza
Apr 12th, 2005, 09:22 AM
what if we lose :o where do we from the relagations? are we not alloweed to go back to fedcup? :o

ozfan44
Apr 12th, 2005, 09:37 AM
if we lose we stay in asia oceania group unless we lose to singapore or fiji or wateva :retard: then we might go to asia oceania group 2 :haha:

broncosven
Apr 12th, 2005, 10:01 AM
Can't see that happening . . . . Well i Bloody hope not !!

louloubelle
Apr 12th, 2005, 11:38 AM
Great opportunity for all 3 girls to get some Fed Cup wins under their belts. Evie and Sam haven't great records (for various reasons) some 'cheap' matchs will hopefully build them up for a crack at China.

Hopefully they can rotate the singles players and keep Sam fresh for the final matches. Id hope Sophie could get a singles run against Singapore, Taipea etc....

Who's playing for China is my question. Peng and Li Na will be formidable. Any news??

Korea may be a hurdle too!

Relief that Mirza won't be playing, but is Uberoi eligble anyway??

Bring it on. I love Fed Cup!

And yes the last time they televised Fed Cup was against Spain, before that 89 in Melbourne I'd reckon.

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 12th, 2005, 03:27 PM
Actually, Fed Cup televised on Optus two years ago :p Don't sure about last year, though.

Postcard
Apr 12th, 2005, 09:49 PM
I can remember C7 (?) televising the Fed Cup in Sydney in 2001.

ozfan44
Apr 13th, 2005, 03:32 AM
Maybe wen we get back to world group we might get some delayed coverage at best!

gillibean
Apr 13th, 2005, 04:24 AM
i'm slightly...no MASSIVELY EXCITED! YAYAYAYAYAAYAY GO SOPHIE!

nitocris_tiger
Apr 13th, 2005, 04:51 AM
And yes the last time they televised Fed Cup was against Spain, before that 89 in Melbourne I'd reckon.
You may be right. I couldn't really tell you about that particular tie because I was there! But we have played qualfying ties in Wollongong in 02 & 03 and neither of those were televised. We have also been in the last eight in the late 90's when Dokic was playing for us and those weren't televised either.
Either way, we won't be seeing shit of these matches next week and if we get through we still won't see the WGII qualifying tie in July.
The TV coverage of Fed Cup is shit. If it was Davis Cup you are sure to see everything live, but that will hopefully change when the Fed Cup team are in the final in a couple of years!

gillibean
Apr 13th, 2005, 05:38 AM
do u think sophie will get to play much? or not really. also, thats really bad that its not even on pay tv...not fair!!!

ozfan44
Apr 13th, 2005, 08:47 AM
Depends on who we get in our group.

Should get 1-2 games don't think much more than that though!

AUSBOY
Apr 14th, 2005, 12:09 PM
The ITF has announced the official team nominations for the Fed Cup next week (names found at ITF site; key rankings s=singles,d=doubles)

Asia/Oceania Zone Group 1:

Australia
Samantha Stosur(s55,d24)
Sophie Ferguson(s237)
Evie Dominikovic(s111,d116)
Bryanne Stewart(d25)
Mr John Alexander (Captain)

China P.R. (note: none of these players have been seen on tour for a few weeks)
Na Li(s42)
Jie Zheng(s70,d37)
Tian-Tian Sun(s167,d44)
Ting Li(s164,d53)
Hong-Wei Jiang (Captain)

Chinese Taipei(surprisingly Chan Chin-Wei missing, despite playing in Mumbai)
Yi Chen
Hsiao-Han Chao
Yen-Hua Lu
Ya-Fang Tsai
Miss Tzu-Ting Weng (Captain)

India
Sania Mirza(s75,d273)(note: expected withdrawal due to injury)
Shikha Uberoi(s130,d327)
Rushmi Chakravarthi(s374,d324)
Ankita Bhambri(s484,d443)
Mr Enrico Piperno (Captain)

Kazakhstan
Mariya Kovaleva
Tatyana Ignatchenko
Ekaterina Morozova
Mr Valeriy Kovalyov (Captain)

Korea Rep.
Yoon-Jeong Cho(s87,d143)
Jin-Hee Kim(s283,d221)
Kyung-Mi Chang(d318)
Mi-Ok Kim(d335)
Mr Jin Soo Lee (Captain)

New Zealand
Marina Erakovic(s420)
Leanne Baker(s503,d112)
Paula Marama
Eden Marama
Ms Pavlina Nola (Captain)

Singapore
Wei Ping Lee
Yun-Ling "Cassandra" Ng
Shao Fang Ong
Mr Sun Gin Alex Chew (Captain)


Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

Philippines
Czarina-Mae Arevalo
Anja-Vanessa Peter
Denise Dy
Mr Chris Cuarto (Captain)

Syria
Hazar Sidki
Shaza Tinawi
Nivin Kezbari
Farah Dayoub
Ms Fadia Elias (Captain)

Turkmenistan
Almira Hallyeva
Ummarahmat Alisultanova
Inna Gavrilenko
Ms Jenneta Hallyeva (Captain)

Uzbekistan
Akgul Amanmuradova(s278,d207)
Ivanna Israilova(s625,d573)
Dilyara Saidkhodjaeva
Vlada Ekshibarova
Mr Samuk Abidov (Captain)

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 15th, 2005, 03:03 AM
I only allow Sophie Ferguson play singles if we play against Singapore and maybe Kazakhstan. If Australia wins before the doubles match then she can play with Bryanne Stewart so, Samantha Stosur can have some rest for next singles match.

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 15th, 2005, 03:05 AM
Sophie clearly don't ready as she lost to low-ranked players in a $10K and a $25K. I expected her more especially last January.

nitocris_tiger
Apr 15th, 2005, 05:11 AM
China P.R. (note: none of these players have been seen on tour for a few weeks)
Na Li(s42)
Jie Zheng(s70,d37)
Tian-Tian Sun(s167,d44)
Ting Li(s164,d53)
Hong-Wei Jiang (Captain)

No Shuai Peng... bonus :hehehe:

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 15th, 2005, 07:50 AM
No Shuai Peng... bonus :hehehe:
Tian-Tian Sun and Ting Li could beat Evie Dominikovic or Sophie Ferguson so, don't be exciting too much yet :p

AUSBOY
Apr 15th, 2005, 09:01 AM
Evie beat Ting Li last year!

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 15th, 2005, 11:24 AM
Evie beat Ting Li last year!
That doesn't means Evie will beat Ting every time they play :rolleyes:

Ellery
Apr 16th, 2005, 05:19 PM
Stewart/Stosur form a formidable doubles team :D

Nevertheless, i think it will be hard for Samantha and Evie to beat Jie or Na :devil:

Mateo Mathieu
Apr 16th, 2005, 07:02 PM
What surface will we play, anyway? Hardcourts? What condition is it in India at this time?

ozfan44
Apr 17th, 2005, 08:42 AM
Hardcourts Outdoors

ozfan44
Apr 17th, 2005, 08:50 AM
Forecast

Wednesday Sunny 21-40
Thursday Mostly Sunny 22-39
Friday Mostly Sunny 22-39
Saturday Mostly Sunny 23-39

So is gonna be hot and a bit humid! hopefully there are a few night matches

SeanyQ
Apr 18th, 2005, 05:08 AM
That doesn't means Evie will beat Ting every time they play :rolleyes:

I'd still back Evie against Ting. She beat her in Wimbledon qualies last year not long after she'd returned back to the tour. So should be able to do it again. I reckon Sophie'll be Ok against most of these opponents. She seems to play big matches well (think of the Maleeva match in Sydney & her 2 matches in Melbourne).

ozfan44
Apr 18th, 2005, 10:36 AM
still waiting to hear who we actually have to play grrrrr :fiery: