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gillibean
Apr 9th, 2005, 04:37 AM
Does Australia get WCs into the Wimbledon or the US Open? And will Sophie Ferguson make the qualifying draw for RG if she doesn't get the WC? And if there is no WC for the Wimbledon/US Open will she get into the qual. draw there?
Thanx :)

broncosven
Apr 9th, 2005, 07:32 AM
NO only French

and no Sophie wouldnt make qualies

Bascially Sophie, Cindy, Tiffany,Casey Jaslyn, Christina, Lauren B and Mirelle are all sitting around the 300 mark in the rankings

Wish a few of them would try and qualify in some higher Tiered events so they can get up those rankings cause all wont get in Qualifying for Grand Slams

gillibean
Apr 9th, 2005, 07:51 AM
she will if she posts a win or two at the french open if she gets the WC hey. or is that one too many ifs...its a pretty hard business, this tennis thing. want to see soph win an ITF title first.

ozfan44
Apr 12th, 2005, 08:41 AM
if sophie does well in upcoming 50k events she might have a chance at direct entry for qualies at wimbledon!

azza
Apr 12th, 2005, 11:22 AM
Well umm Chris Randomly got a WC at the US open dun know why

gillibean
Apr 13th, 2005, 01:14 AM
that is a bit random. its weird- sophie withdrew from 75k qualies to be number 1 seed at a 10k in japan next week but she withdrew there too but she's still in the entry list for a 25k in japan the week after..

TS
Apr 14th, 2005, 08:32 AM
NO only French

and no Sophie wouldnt make qualies

Bascially Sophie, Cindy, Tiffany,Casey Jaslyn, Christina, Lauren B and Mirelle are all sitting around the 300 mark in the rankings

Wish a few of them would try and qualify in some higher Tiered events so they can get up those rankings cause all wont get in Qualifying for Grand Slams

No, because they will try to play these higher Tier events and they will fall flat on their face. They are simply not good enough to play WTA events. They need to stick with challengers until they are at least firmly entrenched in the top 250, and looking at that list none of them (with the exception of 1 or 2) will ever get there.