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Cat's Pajamas
Aug 14th, 2007, 08:34 PM
Singles Qualifying Draw

(wc)Stephanie Vidov (USA) d. (1)Misaki Doi (JPN) 61 62
(9)Alyona Sotnikova (UKR) d. Shivika Burman (IND) 62 57 62

(wc)Nicole Gibbs (USA) d. (2)Isabella Holland (AUS) 67(4) 64 62
Tara Moore (GBR) d. (16)Nanuli Pipiya (RUS) 61 76(3)

Chelsey Gullickson (USA) d. (3)Victoria Larriere (FRA) 67(7) 63 60
(12)Anne-Christine Voicu (CAN) d. Alenka Hubacek (AUS) 63 46 75

(4)Jasmina Tinjic (CRO) d. Pamela Montez (MEX) 63 67(4) 63
(10)Julia Boserup (USA) d. (wc)Sloane Stephens (USA) 61 36 60

(wc)Chinami Ogi (JPN) d. (5)Gabriela Paz (VEN) 26 63 75
(11)Alexa Guarachi (USA) d. Shao-Zhuo Liu (CHN) 64 63

(wc)Lauren Embree (USA) d. (6)Sally Peers (USA) 62 60
Nastassja Burnett (ITA) d. (15)Kristy Frilling (USA) 46 64 62

(wc)Allie Will (USA) d. (7)Monica Gorny (RSA) 62 64
(14)Karina Pimkina (RUS) v Chen Astrugo (ISR) 64 67(3) 76(4)

(8)Yana Buchina (RUS) d. Gioia Barbieri (ITA) 62 63
Kimberly Couts (USA) v (13)Alison Bai (AUS) 64 64

Final Round

(wc)Stephanie Vidov (USA) d. (9)Alyona Sotnikova (UKR) 75 64
Tara Moore (GBR) d. (wc)Nicole Gibbs (USA) 26 61 61
Chelsey Gullickson (USA) d. (12)Anne-Christine Voicu (CAN) 75 61
(4)Jasmina Tinjic (CRO) d. (10)Julia Boserup (USA) 26 62 63
(11)Alexa Guarachi (USA) d. (wc)Chinami Ogi (JPN) 46 75 63
Nastassja Burnett (ITA) d. (wc)Lauren Embree (USA) 62 75
(wc)Allie Will (USA) d. (14)Karina Pimkina (RUS) 61 63
Kimberly Couts (USA) v (8)Yana Buchina (RUS) 67(4) 62 60

Singles Main Draw

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS (1) d. Gail Brodsky USA 64 61
(wc)Melanie Oudin USA d. Stephanie Vogt LIE 64 64
(wc)Alison Riske USA d. Aleksandra Kolesnicmenko UZB 46 61 61
Katarzyna Piter POL (16) d. Nadia Lalami MAR 64 60

Julia Glushko ISR (12) d. (Q)Allie Will USA 63 46 75
Johanna Konta AUS d. (Q)Tara Moore GBR 16 62 63
Kristina Kucova SVK d. Kurumi Nara JPN 62 62
Polona Hercog SLO d. Julia Cohen USA (6) 63 62

Tyra Calderwood AUS d. Nikola Hofmanova AUT (4) 64 64
Simona Halep ROU d. Michelle Larcher De Brito POR 62 63
Cindy Chala FRA d. (Q)Chelsey Gullickson USA 61 62
Oksana Kalashnikova GEO d. Reka Zsilinszka SVK (13) 61 62

(wc)Ashley Weinhold USA d. Kai-Chen Chang TPE (9) 62 46 63
Romana Tabakova SVK d. Tatiana Bua ARG 63 63
Sacha Jones NZL d. Veronica Li USA 63 62
Ksenia Pervak RUS (5) d. (wc)Christina McHale USA 61 63

Ksenia Milevskaya BLR (7) d. Tamaryn Hendler BEL 61 61
(SE)Jade Curtis GBR d. Lenka Jurikova SVK 62 62
(Q)Kimberly Couts USA d. Shiho Akita JPN 61 63
Bojana Jovanovski SCG (11) d. (wc)Asia Muhammed USA 75 75

Elena Chernyakova RUS (14) d. (wc)Lilly Kimbell USA 46 64 63
(wc)Coco Vandeweghe USA d. Valeria Solovieva RUS 62 63
Nastassya Burnett ITA d. Ioana Ivan ROU 64 64
Jessica Moore AUS d. Madison Brengle USA (3) 64 62

Lauren Albanese USA (8) d. Klaudia Boczova SVK 63 46 62
Mallory Cecil USA d. Noppawan Lertcheewakarn THA 62 16 76(5)
Sung-Hee Han KOR d. Poojashree Venkatesh IND 63 62
Ksenia Lykina RUS (10) d. (Q)Stephanie Vidov USA 62 62

Valeria Pulido Velasco MEX d. (LL)Yana Buchina RUS 63 75
(Q)Jasmina Tinjic CRO d. (Q)Alexa Guarachi USA 75 62
Nelly Ciolkowski FRA d. Malena Gordo ARG 62 63
Urszula Radwanska POL (2) d. Tanya Raykova USA 64 61

2nd Round

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS (1) d. (wc)Melanie Oudin USA 62 62
Katarzyna Piter POL (16) d. (wc)Alison Riske USA 61 64
Julia Glushko ISR (12) d. Johanna Konta AUS 75 63
Kristina Kucova SVK d. Polona Hercog SLO 60 46 61

Simona Halep ROU d. Tyra Calderwood AUS 64 46 63
Oksana Kalashnikova GEO d. Cindy Chala FRA 76(2) 60
(wc)Ashley Weinhold USA d. Romana Tabakova SVK 64 63
Sacha Jones NZL d. Ksenia Pervak RUS (5) 57 75 63

Ksenia Milevskaya BLR (7) d. (SE)Jade Curtis GBR 62 61
(Q)Kimberly Couts USA d. Bojana Jovanovski SCG (11) 64 46 61
(wc)Coco Vandeweghe USA d. Elena Chernyakova RUS (14) 76(2) 60
Jessica Moore AUS d. Nastassya Burnett ITA 64 64

(8)Lauren Albanese USA d. Mallory Cecil USA 63 62
Ksenia Lykina RUS (10) d. Sung-Hee Han KOR 63 63
Valeria Pulido Velasco MEX d. (Q)Jasmina Tinjic CRO w/o
Urszula Radwanska POL (2) d. Nelly Ciolkowski FRA 63 61

3rd Rd

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS (1) d. Katarzyna Piter POL (16) 62 60
Kristina Kucova SVK d. Julia Glushko ISR (12) 63 60
Oksana Kalashnikova GEO d. Simona Halep ROU 75 64
Sacha Jones NZL d. (wc)Ashley Weinhold USA 61 63

Ksenia Milevskaya BLR (7) d. (Q)Kimberly Couts USA 63 76(5)
Jessica Moore AUS d. (wc)Coco Vandeweghe USA 64 46 63
(8)Lauren Albanese USA d. Ksenia Lykina RUS (10) 63 26 64
Urszula Radwanska POL (2) vs Valeria Pulido Velasco MEX 60 63

Quarter-Finals

Kristina Kucova SVK d. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS (1) 75 61
Oksana Kalashnikova GEO d. Sacha Jones NZL 16 62 63
Ksenia Milevskaya BLR (7) d. Jessica Moore AUS 76(5) 62
Urszula Radwanska POL (2) d. (8)Lauren Albanese USA 61 10 rtd

Semi-Finals

Kristina Kucova SVK d. Oksana Kalashnikova GEO 75 61
Urszula Radwanska POL (2) d. Ksenia Milevskaya BLR (7) 36 62 64

Final

Kristina Kucova SVK d. Urszula Radwanska POL (2) 63 16 76(4)

Doubles Main Draw

(1)Pavlyuchenkova/Pervak (RUS) v Brengle/Couts (USA) 62 16 63
Doi/Nara (JPN) d. Holland/Moore (AUS/GBR) 57 63 64

Curtis/Jones (GBR/NZL) d. Bua/Gordo (ARG) 26 63 64
Hercog/Vogt (SLO/LIE) d. (8)Chang/Li (TPE/USA) 64 64

(3)Kalashnikova/Lykina (GEO/RUS) v Chala/Ciolkowski (FRA) 60 61
Moore/Pulido-Velasco (AUS/MEX) v Cecil/Larcher de Brito (USA/POR) 76(6) 64

(wc)Hampton/Oudin (USA) d. Tabakova/Zsilinszka (SVK) 46 62 63
(7)Calderwood/Glushko (AUS/ISR) v (wc)Boserup/McHale (USA) 63 46 63

(5)Brodsky/Jovanovski (USA/SRB) v (wc)Gibbs/Stephens (USA) 67(6) 63 60
(wc)Frilling/Muhammed (USA) v Guarachi/Venkatesh (USA/IND) 62 62

Halep/Ivan (ROU) v Kolesnicmenko/Solovieva (UZB/RUS) 63 76(4)
(4)Jurikova/Piter (SVK/POL) v Konta/Lertcheewakarn (AUS/THA) 63 67(5) 76(7)

Boczova/Kucova (SVK) d. (6)Han/Hofmanova (KOR/AUT) 46 75 63
Vandeweghe/Will (USA) d. Buchina/Chernyakova (RUS) 63 60

Akita/Peers (JPN/AUS) d. Gorny/Vidov (RSA/USA) 75 63
(2)Milevskaya/U.Radwanska (BLR/POL) v Lalami/Raykova (MAR/USA) 60 61

2nd Round

Doi/Nara (JPN) d. (1)Pavlyuchenkova/Pervak (RUS) 64 64
Hercog/Vogt (SLO/LIE) d. Curtis/Jones (GBR/NZL) 64 46 63

(3)Kalashnikova/Lykina (GEO/RUS) v Moore/Pulido-Velasco (AUS/MEX) 75 61
(7)Calderwood/Glushko (AUS/ISR) v (wc)Hampton/Oudin (USA) 64 76(4)

(wc)Frilling/Muhammed (USA) v (5)Brodsky/Jovanovski (USA/SRB) 63 61
(4)Jurikova/Piter (SVK/POL) v Halep/Ivan (ROU) 76(4) 75

Boczova/Kucova (SVK) d. Vandeweghe/Will (USA) 63 75
(2)Milevskaya/U.Radwanska (BLR/POL) v Akita/Peers (JPN/AUS) 75 62

QF

Doi/Nara (JPN) d. Hercog/Vogt (SLO/LIE) 64 36 64
(3)Kalashnikova/Lykina (GEO/RUS) v (7)Calderwood/Glushko (AUS/ISR) 62 57 75
(wc)Frilling/Muhammed (USA) v (4)Jurikova/Piter (SVK/POL) 46 61 61
(2)Milevskaya/U.Radwanska (BLR/POL) v Boczova/Kucova (SVK) 62 62

SF

(3)Kalashnikova/Lykina (GEO/RUS) v Doi/Nara (JPN) 62 64
(2)Milevskaya/U.Radwanska (BLR/POL) v (wc)Frilling/Muhammed (USA) 76(8) 76(4)

Final

(2)Milevskaya/U.Radwanska (BLR/POL) d. (3)Kalashnikova/Lykina (GEO/RUS) 61 62

Cat's Pajamas
Aug 14th, 2007, 08:35 PM
Now this list is not the list of players who will actually play is it?

tobi
Aug 14th, 2007, 08:41 PM
Now this list is not the list of players who will actually play is it?
Why not? :lol:

TheBoiledEgg
Aug 14th, 2007, 08:58 PM
pretty good list :)
Nastya Pivovarova will be playing ITF's in Russia

OZTENNIS
Aug 14th, 2007, 09:25 PM
Aussies :drool:

GOOD LUCK IN MD:
- Jessica Moore
- Johanna Konta
- Tyra Calderwood

GOOD LUCK IN QD:
- Alison Bai
- Alenka Hubacek
- Isabella Holland
- Sally Peers

Monica_Rules
Aug 14th, 2007, 09:47 PM
So is Joanna Konta defo british now?

ruibarata
Aug 14th, 2007, 11:07 PM
GL Michelle Larcher, one day you will win here!!!!!!!!!

Cat's Pajamas
Aug 15th, 2007, 01:50 AM
Why not? :lol:

Well, I was asking if this was the entry list? Because I don't think Lauren Albanese would play, considering she hasn't played juniors since last year's open. :shrug:

OZTENNIS
Aug 15th, 2007, 02:20 AM
So is Joanna Konta defo british now?

What? :confused:

She;s always been Australia ;)

kittyking
Aug 15th, 2007, 10:17 AM
I can confirm that Sacha Jones is planning to play here, along with the Canadian Under 18 Event previous

P.S. Shes extra hot so if your going to see her play you better bring a digital camera with heaps of memory or aloooooooooooooot of film :)

LegionArgentina
Aug 15th, 2007, 12:24 PM
Malena and Tatiana :cool:

TheBoiledEgg
Aug 15th, 2007, 04:21 PM
Well, I was asking if this was the entry list? Because I don't think Lauren Albanese would play, considering she hasn't played juniors since last year's open. :shrug:

a few home players and others play slams even though they've given up juniors largely.

Viktymise
Aug 15th, 2007, 04:24 PM
Raykova :bounce: Good luck Tanya

Cat's Pajamas
Aug 15th, 2007, 04:44 PM
a few home players and others play slams even though they've given up juniors largely.

Oh ok, I just noticed that Pivovarova isn't playing :eek: :o

Good luck to Urszula Radwanska, Madison Brengle, Sacha Jones, Lauren Albanese, and Isabella Holland in qualies :kiss:


and of course to all other Americans! :bounce:

St.Sebastian
Aug 15th, 2007, 05:09 PM
:rolleyes: at some players participating in juniors at 18.5yrs old

Sharapova's_Boy
Aug 16th, 2007, 03:53 AM
Great looking field.

Hopefully Nastya can win the title again.

IMPOSSIBLE
Aug 16th, 2007, 01:05 PM
Sandra Roma Top In Qualifiying :yeah:

Derek.
Aug 17th, 2007, 08:37 PM
Good luck to:

Michelle Larcher de Brito :banana: :cool: :woohoo:
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova :D :worship: :hearts:
Lauren Albanese :smooch: :hug:
Oksana Kalashnikova :angel:
Madison Brengle ;)
Nikola Hofmanova :)
and the rest of the Americans.

Nidalgina
Aug 17th, 2007, 09:25 PM
Good luck Tanya Raykova :yeah:

gocanadago
Aug 17th, 2007, 11:52 PM
Anne-Christine in qualies :D

tony kirilenko
Aug 18th, 2007, 10:33 AM
hope tammy will have a good draw this time!

dybbuk
Aug 18th, 2007, 06:05 PM
Good luck to:

Madison Brengle :kiss: :bigclap:
Tamaryn Hendler :awww:
Urszula Radwanska :yeah:
Ksenia Milevskaya :cool:
Ksenia Lykina :)
Kai-Chen Chang :bounce:
Lauren Albanese ;)

All the Americans :kiss:

hammerhead
Aug 18th, 2007, 08:21 PM
I want Cat's Pajamas to predict wildcards. He/she was perfect in picking US Open wildcards. :worship:

Cat's Pajamas
Aug 18th, 2007, 11:42 PM
I want Cat's Pajamas to predict wildcards. He/she was perfect in picking US Open wildcards. :worship:

Well thank you :angel:

I don't know if the US Open has any deals with it's Junior WC's like the Pro's (Australia and French agreements) but if I had to guess, these would be my picks in no specific order:

1. Julia Boserup
2. Kristy Frilling
3. Chelsey Gullickson
4. Melanie Oudin
5. Allie Will
6. Coco Vandeweghe
7. Asia Muhammad
8. Brittany Augustine

It's pretty hard! :p

I know Chelsey Gullickson has had mono so she might be out. Jamie Hampton might get a WC as well.

and as for qualies, I have no idea :p

germex
Aug 19th, 2007, 12:22 AM
Good luck to Valeria Pulido, and hopefully Pam Montez, Alejandra Granillo and maybe Angelica Chavez or Nazari Urbina can make it to qualies.

DutchieGirl
Aug 19th, 2007, 01:22 AM
GL:

Pavlyuchenkova
Radwanska
Hendler
Moore
Larcher De Brito
Boczova

nouf
Aug 19th, 2007, 01:47 AM
go nastya ula and sure Cindyyyyyy!

Aryman3
Aug 19th, 2007, 03:14 AM
Good luck Kasia Piter
Your time is rapidly coming

thetennisutopian
Aug 19th, 2007, 06:17 AM
Good luck to Ula and Brengle! But Brengle needs to bring it home!

Drake1980
Aug 19th, 2007, 06:36 AM
:rolleyes: at some players participating in juniors at 18.5yrs old

You mean Cohen?

Harvs
Aug 19th, 2007, 12:19 PM
jess and tyra:)

Kai
Aug 19th, 2007, 04:19 PM
Good luck to Steffi, Mallory, Isabellea and Lauren :D

¤CharlDa¤
Aug 19th, 2007, 05:17 PM
Good luck to Madison and Tammy :)

-sugi-
Aug 19th, 2007, 07:25 PM
Go Klaudia and Kurumi and Shiho :dance:

Mana
Aug 20th, 2007, 12:17 PM
Zhenya :worship: Win it ;)

Willam
Aug 21st, 2007, 02:11 AM
Gaby Paz Franco! :woohoo:

Can someone tell me when Q begins?

kittyking
Aug 21st, 2007, 04:48 AM
Already said it once but come on Sacha!!

TheBoiledEgg
Aug 21st, 2007, 10:49 AM
You mean Cohen?

let her at least try to make a QF of a junior slam for 1st time
its not like she's ever gonna play a slam again.
and she's already had about 20 goes in slams.

Viktymise
Aug 21st, 2007, 11:05 AM
let her at least try to make a QF of a junior slam for 1st time
its not like she's ever gonna play a slam again.
and she's already had about 20 goes in slams.

:spit: awww bless her.

St.Sebastian
Aug 21st, 2007, 01:18 PM
let her at least try to make a QF of a junior slam for 1st time
its not like she's ever gonna play a slam again.
and she's already had about 20 goes in slams.
lol

Ballbasher
Aug 30th, 2007, 07:06 PM
When around will we get a Qualifying Draw? :)

-Makiri-
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:21 PM
Qualifying Draw

http://dps.usta.com/usta_master/usta/doc/content/doc_13_19093.pdf?8/31/2007%203:46:38%20PM

gocanadago
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:36 PM
PLizz qualify Anne-Christine!

d_s
Aug 31st, 2007, 08:55 PM
Good luck Anne-Christine :D

OZTENNIS
Aug 31st, 2007, 09:08 PM
GOOD LUCK IN QUALLIES TO:
- (2) Isabella HOLLAND (AUS)
- (6) Sally PEERS (AUS)
- (13) Alison BAI (AUS)
- Alenka HUBACEK (AUS)

I hope at least one of you will qualify :)

Djuka
Aug 31st, 2007, 10:25 PM
Results
http://tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/Draws/EventDraw.aspx?T=48068&E=6

tobi
Aug 31st, 2007, 11:14 PM
Singles Qualifying Draw

(wc)Stephanie Vidov (USA) d. (1)Misaki Doi (JPN) 61 62
(9)Alyona Sotnikova (UKR) d. Shivika Burman (IND) 62 57 62

(wc)Nicole Gibbs (USA) d. (2)Isabella Holland (AUS) 67(4) 64 62
Tara Moore (GBR) d. (16)Nanuli Pipiya (RUS) 61 76(3)

Chelsey Gullickson (USA) d. (3)Victoria Larriere (FRA) 67(7) 63 60
(12)Anne-Christine Voicu (CAN) d. Alenka Hubacek (AUS) 63 46 75

(4)Jasmina Tinjic (CRO) d. Pamela Montez (MEX) 63 67(4) 63
(10)Julia Boserup (USA) d. (wc)Sloane Stephens (USA) 61 36 60

(wc)Chinami Ogi (JPN) d. (5)Gabriela Paz (VEN) ??? ( :bolt: )
(11)Alexa Guarachi (USA) d. Shao-Zhuo Liu (CHN) 64 63

(wc)Lauren Embree (USA) d. (6)Sally Peers (USA) 62 60
Nastassja Burnett (ITA) d. (15)Kristy Frilling (USA) ???

(wc)Allie Will (USA) d. (7)Monica Gorny (RSA) 62 64
(14)Karina Pimkina (RUS) v Chen Astrugo (ISR)

(8)Yana Buchina (RUS) d. Gioia Barbieri (ITA) 62 63
Kimberly Couts (USA) v (13)Alison Bai (AUS)

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:18 AM
:speakles: Isabelle

dybbuk
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:21 AM
American WC's take out the top two seeds. :speakles:

gocanadago
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:36 AM
Tough match Anne-Christine :scared: but at least you won :D

Jess3781
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:03 AM
Gaby :sad::sad: maybe her shoulder was still bodering her :sad:

ozfan44
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:45 AM
Izzy and Alenka... very disapointing but i guess at least they were close!!

Sally what was that????

Here's hoping Alison Bai can win!!

kittyking
Sep 1st, 2007, 03:44 AM
Eek - After Isabella won a title just over a week ago I thought shed at least qualify here

Infact I think all the Aussies lost! (I heard that Kim Couts beat Bai 6-4 6-4)

d_s
Sep 1st, 2007, 04:06 AM
Anne-Christine :D
Hope she can qualify!

Harju.
Sep 1st, 2007, 04:31 AM
Nicole :yeah: - she's only 14. Another young US prospect :)
Chelsey :yeah: - welcome back :)
Jasmina :)
Lauren :hearts: :yeah:
Allie :yeah:

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 06:25 AM
I heard that Kim Couts beat Bai 6-4 6-4

Wouldn't surprise me.

OZTENNIS
Sep 1st, 2007, 06:27 AM
Aussies :rolleyes: :spit:

Here's hoping Jess will do well in the main draw

-Makiri-
Sep 1st, 2007, 07:06 AM
First Round

(wc)Stephanie Vidov (USA) d. (1)Misaki Doi (JPN) 61 62
(9)Alyona Sotnikova (UKR) d. Shivika Burman (IND) 62 57 62

(wc)Nicole Gibbs (USA) d. (2)Isabella Holland (AUS) 67(4) 64 62
Tara Moore (GBR) d. (16)Nanuli Pipiya (RUS) 61 76(3)

Chelsey Gullickson (USA) d. (3)Victoria Larriere (FRA) 67(7) 63 60
(12)Anne-Christine Voicu (CAN) d. Alenka Hubacek (AUS) 63 46 75

(4)Jasmina Tinjic (CRO) d. Pamela Montez (MEX) 63 67(4) 63
(10)Julia Boserup (USA) d. (wc)Sloane Stephens (USA) 61 36 60

(wc)Chinami Ogi (JPN) d. (5)Gabriela Paz (VEN) 26 63 75
(11)Alexa Guarachi (USA) d. Shao-Zhuo Liu (CHN) 64 63

(wc)Lauren Embree (USA) d. (6)Sally Peers (USA) 62 60
Nastassja Burnett (ITA) d. (15)Kristy Frilling (USA) 46 64 62

(wc)Allie Will (USA) d. (7)Monica Gorny (RSA) 62 64
(14)Karina Pimkina (RUS) d. Chen Astrugo (ISR) 64 67(3) 76(4)

(8)Yana Buchina (RUS) d. Gioia Barbieri (ITA) 62 63
Kimberly Couts (USA) d. (13)Alison Bai (AUS) 64 64

Ballbasher
Sep 1st, 2007, 08:01 AM
No WC lost :eek:
Edit:except Stephens

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 08:47 AM
No WC lost :eek:
Edit:except Stephens

Ans hers was even a 3 setter. ;)

kittyking
Sep 1st, 2007, 08:56 AM
First Round

(wc)Stephanie Vidov (USA) d. (1)Misaki Doi (JPN) 61 62
(9)Alyona Sotnikova (UKR) d. Shivika Burman (IND) 62 57 62

(wc)Nicole Gibbs (USA) d. (2)Isabella Holland (AUS) 67(4) 64 62
Tara Moore (GBR) d. (16)Nanuli Pipiya (RUS) 61 76(3)

Chelsey Gullickson (USA) d. (3)Victoria Larriere (FRA) 67(7) 63 60
(12)Anne-Christine Voicu (CAN) d. Alenka Hubacek (AUS) 63 46 75

(4)Jasmina Tinjic (CRO) d. Pamela Montez (MEX) 63 67(4) 63
(10)Julia Boserup (USA) d. (wc)Sloane Stephens (USA) 61 36 60

(wc)Chinami Ogi (JPN) d. (5)Gabriela Paz (VEN) 26 63 75
(11)Alexa Guarachi (USA) d. Shao-Zhuo Liu (CHN) 64 63

(wc)Lauren Embree (USA) d. (6)Sally Peers (USA) 62 60
Nastassja Burnett (ITA) d. (15)Kristy Frilling (USA) 46 64 62

(wc)Allie Will (USA) d. (7)Monica Gorny (RSA) 62 64
(14)Karina Pimkina (RUS) d. Chen Astrugo (ISR) 64 67(3) 76(4)

(8)Yana Buchina (RUS) d. Gioia Barbieri (ITA) 62 63
Kimberly Couts (USA) d. (13)Alison Bai (AUS) 64 64

As the talkback radio guy will say - a day no normal kiwi will ever forget

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 09:02 AM
As the talkback radio guy will say - a day no normal kiwi will ever forget

At least we actually have juniors good enough to compete here. :p

Xian
Sep 1st, 2007, 09:50 AM
Gabi Paz :eek: :o

Monica_Rules
Sep 1st, 2007, 10:21 AM
Tara's job just got a little easier. Hope she can qualify now.

Viktymise
Sep 1st, 2007, 10:23 AM
Well done Jasmina ;)

FORZA SARITA
Sep 1st, 2007, 10:26 AM
Go Nastassja :inlove:

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 1st, 2007, 11:25 AM
Karina and Yana :) :yeah:

Nicole Gibbs :) :yeah:
Chelsey ;) :angel:

kittyking
Sep 1st, 2007, 12:55 PM
At least we actually have juniors good enough to compete here. :p

How dare you forget about Sacha Jones!

DutchieGirl
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:02 PM
How dare you forget about Sacha Jones!

I didn't forget about her. But you got what, 1 ok junior? :p We have a few more. :p

LegionArgentina
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:08 PM
Gaby :hug:

Tennis-Chick
Sep 1st, 2007, 01:51 PM
Lauren :yeah:

Kai
Sep 1st, 2007, 03:37 PM
Isabella and Monica :weirdo: :o :o

Boreas
Sep 1st, 2007, 03:47 PM
Is Polona Hercog in maindraw?

Drake1980
Sep 1st, 2007, 04:20 PM
Voicu:bounce:

-sugi-
Sep 1st, 2007, 05:39 PM
Misaki :( :sad:

Chinami :bigclap:

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 2nd, 2007, 12:10 AM
Maindraw
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS (1) vs. Gail Brodsky USA
(wc)Melanie Oudin USA vs. Stephanie Vogt LIE
Aleksandra Kolesnicmenko UZB vs. (wc)Alison Riske USA
Nadia Lalami MAR vs. Katarzyna Piter POL (16)

Julia Glushko ISR (12) vs. (Q)Allie Will USA
(Q)Tara Moore GBR vs. Johanna Konta AUS
Kurumi Nara JPN vs. Kristina Kucova SVK
Polona Hercog SLO vs. Julia Cohen USA (6)

Nikola Hofmanova AUT (4) vs. Tyra Calderwood AUS
Michelle Larcher De Brito POR vs. Simona Halep ROU
Cindy Chala FRA vs. (Q)Chelsey Gullickson USA
Oksana Kalashnikova GEO vs. Reka Zsilinszka SVK (13)

Kai-Chen Chang TPE (9) vs. (wc)Ashley Weinhold USA
Tatiana Bua ARG vs. Romana Tabakova SVK
Veronica Li USA vs. Sacha Jones NZL
(wc)Christina McHale USA vs. Ksenia Pervak RUS (5)

Ksenia Milevskaya BLR (7) vs. Tamaryn Hendler BEL
(SE)Jade Curtis GBR vs. Lenka Jurikova SVK
Shiho Akita JPN vs. (Q)Kimberly Couts USA
(wc)Asia Muhammed USA vs. Bojana Jovanovski SCG (11)

Elena Chernyakova RUS (14) vs. (wc)Lilly Kimbell USA
Nicolai Solovieva RUS vs. (wc)Coco Vandeweghe USA
Ioana Ivan ROU vs. Nastassya Burnett ITA
Jessica Moore AUS vs. Madison Brengle USA (3)

Lauren Albanese USA (8) vs. Klaudia Boczova SVK
Noppawan Lertcheewakarn THA vs. Mallory Cecil USA
Poojashree Venkatesh IND vs.Sung-Hee Han KOR
(Q)Stephanie Vidov USA vs. Ksenia Lykina RUS (10)

(wc) Alexa Glatch USA (15) vs. Valeria Pulido Velasco MEX
(Q)Alexa Guarachi USA vs. (Q)Jasmina Tinjic CRO
Nelly Ciolkowski FRA vs. Malena Gordo ARG
Tanya Raykova USA vs. Urszula Radwanska POL (2)

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 2nd, 2007, 12:11 AM
Nastya gets Brodsky in r1 for 3rd time :o :o

Polona :) do your job ;)

tobi
Sep 2nd, 2007, 12:12 AM
I was just going to post it :lol:

DutchieGirl
Sep 2nd, 2007, 12:18 AM
GL:
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Katarzyna Piter
Kristina Kucova
Polona Hercog
Nikola Hofmanova
Michelle Larcher De Brito and Simona Halep - ouch 1st r
Tamaryn Hendler
Asia Muhammed
Coco Vandeweghe
Jessica Moore
Klaudia Boczova
Alexa Glatch
Urszula Radwanska

auntie janie
Sep 2nd, 2007, 12:58 AM
Good luck to Coco, Melanie, Madison, Asia, Allie, Kim and more. :D

georgekuo1017
Sep 2nd, 2007, 01:02 AM
go nastya!

canuckfan
Sep 2nd, 2007, 03:38 AM
Too bad Marino is not there.

d_s
Sep 2nd, 2007, 05:30 AM
Rebecca should have gotten the Special Exempt instead of Jade :sad:

dybbuk
Sep 2nd, 2007, 05:44 AM
GL to:

Madison Brengle
Urszula Radwanska
Ksenia Milevskaya
Tamaryn Hendler (Plays Ksenia first :sad:)
Kurumi Nara
Cindy Chala
Elena Chernyakova
Shiho Akita
Lauren Albanese
Alexa Glatch

Louis Cyphre
Sep 2nd, 2007, 08:47 AM
Why USTA is trying so hard to make Tanya Raykova american ?! Is it so hard to write the correct nationality of players ? Or if a player trains in USA it makes him/her an american :mad:

Anyway good luck vs Radwanska . you`ll need it :yeah:

Bart
Sep 2nd, 2007, 08:50 AM
Good luck Tammy :unsure:

kittyking
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:01 AM
Take the title Sacha!

Kai
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:08 AM
Good luck to Steffi, Mallory, Coco and Kurumi :D

black_fire
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:35 AM
Good luck Tanya! :)

Viktymise
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:46 AM
Tough draw for Tanya :unsure: Good luck

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:58 AM
Rebecca should have gotten the Special Exempt instead of Jade :sad:

you cant get it if you were never entered in 1st place or you withdrew.

OZTENNIS
Sep 2nd, 2007, 10:29 AM
GOOD LUCK TO:
- Jessica Moore (vs. Brengle :mad:...beat her ;))
- Tyra Calderwood (vs. Hofmanova :o...beat her :))
- Johanna Konta

Elleke
Sep 2nd, 2007, 10:52 AM
Tammy's draw :o
isn't it supposed to be Valeria Solovieva instead of Nicolai?

Freakan
Sep 2nd, 2007, 11:33 AM
Pretty uneven, but this time it's bottom half that is much tougher :(

tony kirilenko
Sep 2nd, 2007, 11:54 AM
pfff again a very bad draw for tammy, she s so unlucky!

Come on tammy, give the best

tobi
Sep 2nd, 2007, 07:38 PM
Qualifying Final Round Results

(wc)Stephanie Vidov (USA) d. (9)Alyona Sotnikova (UKR) 75 64
Tara Moore (GBR) d. (wc)Nicole Gibbs (USA) 26 61 61
Chelsey Gullickson (USA) d. (12)Anne-Christine Voicu (CAN) 75 61
(4)Jasmina Tinjic (CRO) d. (10)Julia Boserup (USA) 26 62 63
(11)Alexa Guarachi (USA) d. (wc)Chinami Ogi (JPN) 46 75 63
Nastassja Burnett (ITA) d. (wc)Lauren Embree (USA) 62 75
(wc)Allie Will (USA) d. (14)Karina Pimkina (RUS) 61 63
Kimberly Couts (USA) v (8)Yana Buchina (RUS) 67(4) 62 60

OZTENNIS
Sep 2nd, 2007, 07:58 PM
Tyra Calderwood beat Hofmanova :eek: :yeah: :woohoo: :banana: :wavey:

Brilliant result for her :kiss: good luck against Halep :scared:

FORZA SARITA
Sep 2nd, 2007, 08:49 PM
yeah Nastassja will play her 1st GS :yeah:

tobi
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:29 PM
Doubles Main Draw

(1)Pavlyuchenkova/Pervak (RUS) v Brengle/Couts (USA)
Holland/Moore (AUS/GBR) v Doi/Nara (JPN)

Bua/Gordo (ARG) v Curtis/Jones (GBR/NZL)
(8)Chang/Li (TPE/USA) v Hercog/Vogt (SLO/LIE)

(3)Kalashnikova/Lykina (GEO/RUS) v Chala/Ciolkowski (FRA)
Moore/Pulido-Velasco (AUS/MEX) v Cecil/Larcher de Brito (USA/POR)

Tabakova/Zsilinszka (SVK) v (wc)Hampton/Oudin (USA)
(7)Calderwood/Glushko (AUS/ISR) v (wc)Boserup/McHale (USA)

(5)Brodsky/Jovanovski (USA/SRB) v (wc)Gibbs/Stephens (USA)
(wc)Frilling/Muhammed (USA) v Guarachi/Venkatesh (USA/IND)

Halep/Ivan (ROU) v Kolesnicmenko/Solovieva (UZB/RUS)
(4)Jurikova/Piter (SVK/POL) v Konta/Lertcheewakarn (AUS/THA)

(6)Han/Hofmanova (KOR/AUT) v Boczova/Kucova (SVK)
Buchina/Chernyakova (RUS) v Vandeweghe/Will (USA)

Gorny/Vidov (RSA/USA) v Akita/Peers (JPN/AUS)
(2)Milevskaya/U.Radwanska (BLR/POL) v Lalami/Raykova (MAR/USA)

tobi
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:30 PM
Zsilinszka listed as SVK :eek:

USTA wouldnt want to lost their future talent :(

jamatthews
Sep 2nd, 2007, 09:33 PM
Doubles Main Draw

Holland/Moore (AUS/GBR) v Doi/Nara (JPN)


:lol: I wonder if they got that the right way round? Although I guess Jessica would be more likely to play with Valeria, and Tara would probably play with someone her age.

tenn_ace
Sep 3rd, 2007, 03:14 AM
Zsilinszka listed as SVK :eek:

USTA wouldnt want to lost their future talent :(


she enrolled into a college and starts in the fall so usta has aready lost her

kittyking
Sep 3rd, 2007, 03:50 AM
Im upset to see that Sacha is playing doubles here! I mean I know shes one of the more popular girls of the tour but even so she should stick with just her singles game!

On a side note - best of luck to Sacha, versing former doubles partner Veronica Li in Round 1 on Court 8 local time :)

Xian
Sep 3rd, 2007, 05:18 AM
Niki :help: :help: :tape:

OZTENNIS
Sep 3rd, 2007, 07:24 AM
Zsilinszka listed as SVK :eek:

USTA wouldnt want to lost their future talent :(

Yeah, Andrew Thomas from Australia is listed as 'CYPRUS' WTF?

OZTENNIS
Sep 3rd, 2007, 07:26 AM
By the way, can anyone access articles on Junior Tennis? If so could they please post the one about Tyra Calderwood on Day 1 at the US Open?

Niunia
Sep 3rd, 2007, 11:08 PM
By the way, can anyone access articles on Junior Tennis? If so could they please post the one about Tyra Calderwood on Day 1 at the US Open?


Sunday 2nd Sep 2007
Aussies, Tyra and Bernard knock out 4th seeds, Americans roll
by Annie Paton
The Aussie's are making ripples already on day one of the 2007 US Open. Tyra Calderwood played out of her mind to upset 4th seeded Austrian and Orange Bowl champion, Nikola Hofmanova. The 45th ranked Australian, who lost in the first round at all three grand slams this year, pulled off a coup on the first day of junior competition.

"I played really well," she said, incredulously. "I wasn't expected to win obviously, and knowing her for a year, I just started out swinging at everything and it worked today. I served unbelievably, I think that was the main thing of the match."

Encouraged by the other Aussie players who came out to watch her, Tyra knew exactly what she had to do:

"I just tried to be aggressive off the second serve, attack, with a high percentage of first serves and try to move in after a good shot and volley," she said. "I knew that she is very good at the baseline so I had to put pressure on her by keeping the ball really fast and loopy or changing the pace against her."

About ten Aussie players, if you include Andrew Thomas who now plays for Cyprus, came over this year for the Canadian and US Opens and they all support each other's matches.

"We're a really good team," Tyra said. "If one's playing we can all watch, and if two are playing, we'll split up and support both, so that's good. You even get people that you don't know, who are Australian coming out to watch. Its the culture in Australia; you just watch an Australian play and you pretend that they are your new best friends."

Fellow Australian on the boy's side, Bernard Tomic also upset the number four seed, Fernando Romboli of Brazil. The fourteen year old, who entered the main draw as a lucky loser in qualifying, outlasted the Brazilian, 6-0; 6-7(7); 6-4.

Meantime, Simona Halep of Romania defeated 14 year old teen prodigy, Michelle Larcher de Brito of Portugal. Last week in Canada Simona had to withdraw from singles and doubles when she rolled over and sprained her ankle in the singles quarters.

"Before the match I was afraid to play because I have problems with my foot," she admitted. "But I put on tape and now I can play."

Simona's sharply angled cross court groundstrokes often times put the Portuguese player so far wide she was able to open up the court and rip down the line for a winner. The high quality tennis had spectators roaring with approval.

In another thrilling match, Jonathan Eysseric (6) from France outlasted Frederic de Fays of Belgium. The first rounder was tantalizingly close at 6-7(6); 6-3; 6-4. However, Jonathan knew it would be close on account of their playing before, also Frederic had played last week in Repentigny so his game was better adapted for the conditions.

"I get here two days ago from France," Jonathan explained. "Everything is different here; the balls are extra fast and there is so much difference it is very difficult for me, but I feel really bad from the baseline so it was better for me when he came into the net. It was better for me that he is very good at serve and volley."

"He played well against me in Roehampton, 7-5 in the third set and now here 6-3 in the third so, it's always a tough match against him and I am happy to win today."

Americans, Lawrence Formentera (WC), Jeff Dadamo (WC), Rhyne Williams (9), Austin Krajicek, Lauren Albanese (8), Mallory Cecil, Coco Vandeweghe (WC) and Alison Riske (WC) all had excellent wins today.

Jem
Sep 4th, 2007, 02:09 AM
I saw the Halep-Larcher de Brito match -- at least part of it -- and it was quality stuff. Larcher looked very young, still very much a work in progress. Nick Bolliteri was there watching her. I talked to him for about 5 minutes. His take was that everything happening now with these young players is all about getting them to hit their stride around ages 19-20.

Halep is an excellent player. It was difficult to gauge her size (she seems on the short side), but her ground game was excellent. She mixed up her shots very well, and seemed to be able to hit everything from the ground. Her serve was solid. It's easy to see her moving up quickly in both the junior and senior rankings, as long as she stays healthy.

She was just too solid for Larcher de Brito. Basically, she did everything a little bit better than the Portuguese player. When players are that young, it's hard to know how their games will turn out.

I also saw Kartazyna Piter from Poland. She's very thin, but has a solid ground game. She was playing a Morrocan girl, and pretty much controlled the match from the baseline. She's talented but probably needs more weapons and variety in her game to make a dent in the senior tour.

ozfan44
Sep 4th, 2007, 04:56 AM
Go Aussies!

OZTENNIS
Sep 4th, 2007, 07:02 AM
Sunday 2nd Sep 2007
Aussies, Tyra and Bernard knock out 4th seeds, Americans roll
by Annie Paton
The Aussie's are making ripples already on day one of the 2007 US Open. Tyra Calderwood played out of her mind to upset 4th seeded Austrian and Orange Bowl champion, Nikola Hofmanova. The 45th ranked Australian, who lost in the first round at all three grand slams this year, pulled off a coup on the first day of junior competition.

"I played really well," she said, incredulously. "I wasn't expected to win obviously, and knowing her for a year, I just started out swinging at everything and it worked today. I served unbelievably, I think that was the main thing of the match."

Encouraged by the other Aussie players who came out to watch her, Tyra knew exactly what she had to do:

"I just tried to be aggressive off the second serve, attack, with a high percentage of first serves and try to move in after a good shot and volley," she said. "I knew that she is very good at the baseline so I had to put pressure on her by keeping the ball really fast and loopy or changing the pace against her."

About ten Aussie players, if you include Andrew Thomas who now plays for Cyprus, came over this year for the Canadian and US Opens and they all support each other's matches.

"We're a really good team," Tyra said. "If one's playing we can all watch, and if two are playing, we'll split up and support both, so that's good. You even get people that you don't know, who are Australian coming out to watch. Its the culture in Australia; you just watch an Australian play and you pretend that they are your new best friends."

Fellow Australian on the boy's side, Bernard Tomic also upset the number four seed, Fernando Romboli of Brazil. The fourteen year old, who entered the main draw as a lucky loser in qualifying, outlasted the Brazilian, 6-0; 6-7(7); 6-4.

Meantime, Simona Halep of Romania defeated 14 year old teen prodigy, Michelle Larcher de Brito of Portugal. Last week in Canada Simona had to withdraw from singles and doubles when she rolled over and sprained her ankle in the singles quarters.

"Before the match I was afraid to play because I have problems with my foot," she admitted. "But I put on tape and now I can play."

Simona's sharply angled cross court groundstrokes often times put the Portuguese player so far wide she was able to open up the court and rip down the line for a winner. The high quality tennis had spectators roaring with approval.

In another thrilling match, Jonathan Eysseric (6) from France outlasted Frederic de Fays of Belgium. The first rounder was tantalizingly close at 6-7(6); 6-3; 6-4. However, Jonathan knew it would be close on account of their playing before, also Frederic had played last week in Repentigny so his game was better adapted for the conditions.

"I get here two days ago from France," Jonathan explained. "Everything is different here; the balls are extra fast and there is so much difference it is very difficult for me, but I feel really bad from the baseline so it was better for me when he came into the net. It was better for me that he is very good at serve and volley."

"He played well against me in Roehampton, 7-5 in the third set and now here 6-3 in the third so, it's always a tough match against him and I am happy to win today."

Americans, Lawrence Formentera (WC), Jeff Dadamo (WC), Rhyne Williams (9), Austin Krajicek, Lauren Albanese (8), Mallory Cecil, Coco Vandeweghe (WC) and Alison Riske (WC) all had excellent wins today.

Thanks heaps for this article :) Was there one for today too?

Jess, Johanna and Tyra are doing great...good luck for 2nd Rd :kiss: Well done also to Sally Peers who won her doubles match...bad luck to Izzy who lost in 3 and Jo who almost toppled the 4th seeds

DutchieGirl
Sep 4th, 2007, 11:56 AM
:lol: 3 Aussies winning their 1st r matches... :o Hate to think what a certain NZer will be thinking. :haha:

kittyking
Sep 4th, 2007, 11:59 AM
I think its great when Aussies win, infact I support a few Aussies over some kiwis!

Niunia
Sep 4th, 2007, 04:00 PM
Thanks heaps for this article :) Was there one for today too?


found this today :


Monday 3rd Sep 2007
More Aussie news
by Annie Paton
Jessica Moore's win over Madison Brengle (3) in the first round once again bolstered Australian hopes. The 17 year old from Williams, WA, was in the driving seat from the start and never let up throughout her straight set win in juniors.

"I knew that if played my better game I could break down her weakness and I would have a really good chance," said Jessica, not threatened that her opponent reached the final in Australia and Wimbledon. "I felt her forehand would break down and my game exposed it a lot because I like ripping the ball. I really had to try to get her out of the court and that worked well because I got a short ball every time and put the forehand away."

Last week she gained a lot of confidence from playing the women's main draw first round, courtesy of a wild card from Tennis Australia and an opportunity to play against Lucie Safarova of Czech Republic.

"It (the experience) helped me a lot but I was pretty nervous coming into the juniors," she said. "I put a bit of pressure on myself because I got the opportunity to play in the main draw of the seniors. The last few months I have been trying to focus on my game, trying to improve and and not try to think about the score too much, because in the past it brought me down a bit and I get too caught up with the score. I just try to focus on being aggressive with my game because that's the only way I'm going to transfer from juniors to seniors and that's where my focus is at the moment." See video interviews of Jessica.

Meanwhile Australia's star player, Greg Jones (5) found himself on the ropes against American wildcard, Tennys Sandgren, barely winning 4-6; 6-2; 7-6(5). "It was a tough match," Greg said relieved. "He has sort of a unique style in some ways or something I haven't really seen for awhile, but I hadn't played a match in awhile. It was a little bit uneasy first set, I couldn't find my feet in the second and the third was just a bit of a grind."

Greg struggled to hold serve in the third set, whilst his opponent seemed to be breezing through his service games. "It was the accumulated pressure," he said. "I wasn't serving particularly well, and was missing a lot of first serves and putting pressure on myself. I tended to have quite long service games and then by the time I held it was more like a relief. Then he would serve a couple of first serves and I would still be tired or whatever and gave him a couple of cheap points and then the game would be over, so unfortunately for me that trend seemed to occur in the third set."

By the time it reached the tiebreak, Greg reflected about the last time he played on this very same court. "Last year I lost both singles and doubles to all Americans as well, so I thought history might be repeating itself, but luckily for me it didn't."

The girl's world number one Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (1) of Russia, who also played the women's event last week, in the qualies, had a slow start in the blustery conditions today before finding her range to defeat Gail Brodsky of the USA.

"I tried to play my best tennis and not think about the score," said Anastasia who now trains at the Patrick Mouratoglou Academy in Paris. "I was working on my serve and my movement so I just trying to put everything together on the court, but I felt quite confident even though I haven't played any matches for one week. I finished my qualies last Friday so its difficult to get used to that rhythm again. The second set was much better and it was a good match actually."

Meantime, US players continue to stir things. Ashley Weinhold's main incentive to win her junior national hard court championships this past summer, was a wild card into the US Open women's draw where she played all three divisions and earned herself a tidy sum of about $25,000. In the mixed doubles she lost 10-8 in the third set tiebreaker, which is no mean feat. "It was a heartbreaker," she admitted.

Now with a wild card into juniors, she outlasted Kai Chen Chang (9) of Taipei, 6-2; 4-6; 6-3 to reach the second round. "I knew that the first and second set were pretty different actually because she made more errors and got more momentum going at the end and that's what happened towards the end of the second set," Ashley said. "It almost happened in the third as well but I was able to stay in points long enough to make her uncomfortable."

Qualifier, Allie Will had her chances against Julia Glushko (12) of Israel, going up 5-2 and a match point in the third set, before losing 3-6; 6-4; 5-7. Frank Carleton won against last week's Canadian Open quarterfinalist, Harri Heliovaara from Finland, 6-2; 6-4.

Finally, Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, who had a great Canadian Open until he fell and grazed his arm in the quarters and defaulted against Uladzimir Ignatik (1), played his best tennis to defeat Ricardo Urzua Rivera (10) from Chile, 6-4; 6-1. This is Grigor's first grand slam in the main draw and first time at the US Open. "I was a little worried about it but I found a way to manage myself and just played good today," he said.

OZTENNIS
Sep 5th, 2007, 09:44 AM
Thanks again ;)