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Sir David Pierce
Sep 27th, 2005, 03:32 PM
Mary has had a wonderful season.

She reached the quarters in Indian Wells, the final of roland garros the quarters of Wimbledon and the final of NY; and the Fed Cup final togehter with her team colleagues. She leaves out nearly the complete indoor season of this year.

Maybe she would set a highlight with the YEC and then say goodbye.

Being the Number 1 is probably not an aim of hers, otherwise she would have had another sheduling.

Or will she just keep her ressources for next year.

What do you think?

Dave

flea
Sep 27th, 2005, 03:53 PM
Mary'll play Roland Garros 2006. she said it to the audience.. :drool:

Mark Spruce
Sep 27th, 2005, 04:51 PM
She will play for a couple more seasons yets.

She really lvoes tennis and I think as long as she can play and wants to she will.

GO MARY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mark

vanillalatte
Sep 27th, 2005, 06:24 PM
Allez Mary..
tennis would be so boring without her! :sad:

saby
Sep 27th, 2005, 08:44 PM
Being the Number 1 is probably not an aim of hers, otherwise she would have had another sheduling.




Did you listen to Mary or not !!! it's one of her goalsssss

dreylau
Sep 27th, 2005, 09:02 PM
et aprlez pas de malheur, le tennis sans Mary c'est plus pareil, ça va perdre beaucoup de son attrait.j'espère qu'elle se retirera le plus tard possible...

saby
Sep 27th, 2005, 09:06 PM
Il voit tout en noir celui là !
elle parlait de 2 ou 3 ans à voir...

MissTennisFan
Sep 27th, 2005, 09:25 PM
Il voit tout en noir celui là !
elle parlait de 2 ou 3 ans à voir...

Mais ouais c'est sûr! Mary elle en a encore pour 10-12 ans... ben quoi... y en a plein des joueuses qui jouent à 42 ans! Et même s'il y en a pas plein, Mary, elle va le faire!

Bon allez, je ne sais pas si elle fera 10 ou 12, mais elle va quand même pas s'arrêter à la fin de la saison non plus! :bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry:

timafi
Sep 27th, 2005, 09:27 PM
hope she sticks a while longer

Scotso
Sep 27th, 2005, 10:24 PM
I think Mary has a few more years of tennis in her, and I think she want to play at least through next year. Why would she retire now when she's having one of the best years of her career?

atoutix
Sep 27th, 2005, 10:32 PM
Mais ouais c'est sûr! Mary elle en a encore pour 10-12 ans... ben quoi... y en a plein des joueuses qui jouent à 42 ans! Et même s'il y en a pas plein, Mary, elle va le faire!

Bon allez, je ne sais pas si elle fera 10 ou 12, mais elle va quand même pas s'arrêter à la fin de la saison non plus! :bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry:

lol ce serait trop beau ça :D , moi j'espère encore 5 ans au moins ^^ mais bon apres comme elle a dit tout depend de son physique tant qu'elle est en bonne forme et qu'elle se sente bien,elle sera la :worship:

Lu_Weird
Sep 28th, 2005, 04:12 AM
Mary will win another more glandslam!!! maybe number 1..She is the only one didn't reach No.1 with two glandslam....

Wizzy Maryfan
Sep 28th, 2005, 07:40 AM
;) Stupid !

Mary won't stop at the end of the season because she aims at winning Australian Open 2oo6 ... :drool:

After Linz, Mary will play Quebec City (enfin c'est ce que qqn a mis dans mon livre d'or, mais le site de Quebec est pas réactua donc !)

Sir David Pierce
Sep 28th, 2005, 10:01 AM
Okay, for now I am covinced, but hopefully she won't change her plans in case of winning
a grand slam next year.

MaryPierceFan
Sep 28th, 2005, 11:12 AM
Quebec? How do You know that Wizzy?

saby
Sep 28th, 2005, 03:12 PM
Mais ouais c'est sûr! Mary elle en a encore pour 10-12 ans... ben quoi... y en a plein des joueuses qui jouent à 42 ans! Et même s'il y en a pas plein, Mary, elle va le faire!

Bon allez, je ne sais pas si elle fera 10 ou 12, mais elle va quand même pas s'arrêter à la fin de la saison non plus! :bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry:

j'espère aussi, au moins 3 ans mais bon, je sais qu'elle veut des enfants alors :sad: faut pas trop rêver sur les 10 ans :mad:

Son "qu'est ce que tu en penses" ne te rappelle personne? moi si et j'aime pas trop ça. s'il est de retour je crois que je vais un peu m'énerver. J'halucine surement mais c'est le genre de phrase qui me fait penser à lui...:cuckoo:

Jackaboo
Sep 28th, 2005, 04:31 PM
I'd think Mary would play for another couple of years, however I would not be surprised if she retired during the trophee ceremony after winning the French Open 2006! I'd be sad to see her go but WOW! That would be quite a way to end her career!

Mark Spruce
Sep 28th, 2005, 04:37 PM
AMEN to that

Mark


I'd think Mary would play for another couple of years, however I would not be surprised if she retired during the trophee ceremony after winning the French Open 2006! I'd be sad to see her go but WOW! That would be quite a way to end her career!

saby
Sep 28th, 2005, 05:36 PM
AMEN to that

Mark

YES BUT IT WILL BE THE DAY OF MY DEATH :sad:

MissTennisFan
Sep 28th, 2005, 05:37 PM
j'espère aussi, au moins 3 ans mais bon, je sais qu'elle veut des enfants alors :sad: faut pas trop rêver sur les 10 ans :mad:
Ouais mais y a plein de femmes qui font des enfants à 42 ans... bon allez j'arrête -- c'est lourd... c'est vrai 3-4 saisons ce serait parfait, et puis avoir des enfants à cet âge-là ne pose a priori aucun problème...

Son "qu'est ce que tu en penses" ne te rappelle personne? moi si et j'aime pas trop ça. s'il est de retour je crois que je vais un peu m'énerver. J'halucine surement mais c'est le genre de phrase qui me fait penser à lui...:cuckoo:
J'ai tellement ri en lisant ce message! :haha:

Non ce n'est pas lui Saby! :D

vanillalatte
Sep 28th, 2005, 06:06 PM
YES BUT IT WILL BE THE DAY OF MY DEATH :sad:

:tears:

Jackaboo
Sep 28th, 2005, 06:29 PM
YES BUT IT WILL BE THE DAY OF MY DEATH :sad:


Yes but for me it would be so poetic for Mary to be able to end her career like that, at the top of the world, at her most precious place (for tennis that is).

Believe me, I know it will be hard for all of us when Mary does the "r" word, but I try to see this similarly to when you read a great book and there's a good ending and you're sad to read the last pages and the last words. You're happy for the characters of the book to have a great ending, but you're also sad because you won't read about them anymore and the story doesn't continue.

I know following Mary's tennis career and life is not exactly the same as reading a good book, but I sometimes feel like this about Mary and the fact that her career won't last forever. I want the book to never end, to have new chapters after new chapters, and we are very lucky as we are getting some great chapters right now, but I know that at some point I'll see the last page and have to close the book of Mary's tennis career. Yes I'll be very sad, yet very happy for her.

So let's make sure that we all enjoy every word of the book for now, cause it is good stuff! :)

saby
Sep 28th, 2005, 06:49 PM
J'ai tellement ri en lisant ce message! :haha:
Non ce n'est pas lui Saby! :D

Pourquoi, qu'est ce que j'ai encore dit?? :confused: Il a le dont de m'énerver l'autre, si j'avais pu juste :smash: oh qu'est ce que j'aurai aimé :o !!! de temps en temps j'ai des pulsions comme ça, c'est grave docteur :lol:

je t'ai dis merci pour ta carte? sais plus :scratch:

:bigwave:

flea
Sep 28th, 2005, 06:54 PM
I know following Mary's tennis career and life is not exactly the same as reading a good book, but I sometimes feel like this about Mary and the fact that her career won't last forever. I want the book to never end, to have new chapters after new chapters, and we are very lucky as we are getting some great chapters right now, but I know that at some point I'll see the last page and have to close the book of Mary's tennis career. Yes I'll be very sad, yet very happy for her.

So let's make sure that we all enjoy every word of the book for now, cause it is good stuff! :) :worship:

MissTennisFan
Sep 28th, 2005, 08:32 PM
Pourquoi, qu'est ce que j'ai encore dit?? :confused: Il a le dont de m'énerver l'autre, si j'avais pu juste :smash: oh qu'est ce que j'aurai aimé :o !!! de temps en temps j'ai des pulsions comme ça, c'est grave docteur :lol:
Ah je sais pas... ptet le souvenir de ce bon vieux PC... quel drôle de numéro celui-là... c'est vrai qu'il était pénible avec ses sondages qui voulaient tellement rien dire, sans parler de ses réactions après les matches de Mary, je pensais tout le temps, Mary, ne passe surtout pas par le forum... parfois je me disais que c'était pas possible, que ça devait être quelqu'un qui faisait une farce mais apparemment il s'est fait connaître dans 2-3 autres forums... lol, pauvre gars...

je t'ai dis merci pour ta carte? sais plus :scratch:

:bigwave:
De rien :wavey:

Mark Spruce
Sep 29th, 2005, 02:39 AM
Hi saby,

I am sorry that I said somthing wrong

Mark

I did not mean it like that.
YES BUT IT WILL BE THE DAY OF MY DEATH :sad:

DomenicDemaria
Sep 29th, 2005, 07:50 AM
YES BUT IT WILL BE THE DAY OF MY DEATH :sad:

:sad: It will be all of ours!!!!!

Hope Mary can do well in Australia!!!! I want to go see her again!!! (The last time time was against Cohen Aloro :sad: ) Mary never retire!!!!!!!

Sir David Pierce
Sep 29th, 2005, 01:24 PM
She should only retire if she is absolutely sure, that her way of playing cannot become even better. I think this manor to retire after winning a grand slam is wrong. A Grand Slam title is a reason for staying. She should retire if she has the feeling that she has not the right level to play on the WTA Tour sucessfully. She should not retire on no account as long as she is in the Top 10.

See you

Dave

ashwu
Sep 29th, 2005, 01:48 PM
i don't know, mary could be very unexpectable sometimes :)

Kathrin
Sep 29th, 2005, 02:41 PM
YES BUT IT WILL BE THE DAY OF MY DEATH :sad:

Mine, too!!