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Noctis
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:12 PM
After pulling out of Doha, Dinara Safina says her injury may force her to miss the Australian Open. "My low back, I have inflammation there in the bone," she said. "I've been playing on in pain, on anti-inflammatories, on everything. It's been about three months.

"It's possible that I might not be 100 percent fit for the Australian Open. Maybe I'll have to skip it."

:sad:

vanúss
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:14 PM
I totally gave up on the idea to see her start her season in January . She has tons of points to defend but what matters is her health so if she's not ready for the AO it's a good idea to skip it .

Time will tell ! :sad:

Shawn
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:17 PM
I doubt she will skip the AO. I think unless she is on crutches or can't move, she will play. Imagine Justine, Kin, Venus, Serena, Maria, Sveta, and Dinara all in the AO 2010. My mouth is watering thinking of the possibilities.

slamchamp
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:20 PM
well she has some time to recover..more than 2 months

Donny
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:22 PM
The fall cometh?

Vanity Bonfire
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:23 PM
I highly doubt it.

RenaSlam.
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:24 PM
She probably will try to play just to gain ground in regards to getting back to #1.

Vanity Bonfire
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:24 PM
The fall cometh?

It's been cometh for about 3 months now.

vanúss
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:25 PM
She probably will try to play just to gain ground in regards to getting back to #1.

That's what she did already , i doubt that she'll do it all over again if she's not 100% fit like she says :rolleyes:

hdfb
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:26 PM
I doubt she will skip the AO. I think unless she is on crutches or can't move, she will play. Imagine Justine, Kin, Venus, Serena, Maria, Sveta, and Dinara all in the AO 2010. My mouth is watering thinking of the possibilities.

Safina's gonna be a footnote to them all next year apart from maybe Kuzzy. Yes she beat Clijsters and was the last to beat Henin, but they will always beat her when it matters most, and then some.

Elwin.
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:31 PM
Explains the poor form she had last months. She should not touch any tennis racket in the off season, skipping the aus open might be a smart move. She still is young and has much potential :hug:

Mikey.
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:40 PM
Oh em gee! :speakles:

Sammm
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:45 PM
Why talk about the Australian open in January when it's currently October and she has months to rest, recover and strengthen without the stresses and rigours of tournament play? :confused: What happened to shutting up and dealing with an injury?

The Witch-king
Oct 29th, 2009, 10:59 PM
I doubt she will skip the AO. I think unless she is on crutches or can't move, she will play. Imagine Justine, Kin, Venus, Serena, Maria, Sveta, and Dinara all in the AO 2010. My mouth is watering thinking of the possibilities.

and Dementieva, Ana, Caro, Vika, Flavia, Vera, Agnieska, Sabine, Sorana, Na, Jie...

WTA has so many stars :hearts::hearts::hearts:

but yeah i doubt she'll miss it. I mean it's sooo far away right now.

jjcrew#1
Oct 29th, 2009, 11:19 PM
and Dementieva, Ana, Caro, Vika, Flavia, Vera, Agnieska, Sabine, Sorana, Na, Jie...

WTA has so many stars :hearts::hearts::hearts:

but yeah i doubt she'll miss it. I mean it's sooo far away right now.

JELENA :shrug: i mean you mention sorana and sabine but not jankovic??

vanúss
Oct 29th, 2009, 11:30 PM
Why talk about the Australian open in January when it's currently October and she has months to rest, recover and strengthen without the stresses and rigours of tournament play? :confused: What happened to shutting up and dealing with an injury?

Because her doctor told her to rest for at least 6 weeks and that she'll need time to be really fit for the AO and maybe she won't have enough time...Is it that hard to understand ? :confused:
She's far from sure but i doubt anyone could be optimistic with any kind of injury...but then that just me who think that :tape:

laurie
Oct 29th, 2009, 11:41 PM
Because her doctor told her to rest for at least 6 weeks and that she'll need time to be really fit for the AO and maybe she won't have enough time...Is it that hard to understand ? :confused:
She's far from sure but i doubt anyone could be optimistic with any kind of injury...but then that just me who think that :tape:

I don't know about this. i just feel Safina can't stop talking at the meoment. Safina just seems confused, she has just let everything get to her and has responded to everything in a negative manner.

I'm afraid that, apart from the obvious lack of natural talent, Safina does not have the mind or heart of a champion, she is not able to deal properly with adversity. She's done well since May 2008 but we have to accept Safina is not really and never has been World Number 1 material.

BuTtErFrEnA
Oct 29th, 2009, 11:51 PM
After pulling out of Doha, Dinara Safina says her injury may force her to miss the Australian Open. "My low back, I have inflammation there in the bone," she said. "I've been playing on in pain, on anti-inflammatories, on everything. It's been about three months.

"It's possible that I might not be 100 percent fit for the Australian Open. Maybe I'll have to skip it."

:sad:

obviously faking

Sammm
Oct 30th, 2009, 08:43 AM
Because her doctor told her to rest for at least 6 weeks and that she'll need time to be really fit for the AO and maybe she won't have enough time...Is it that hard to understand ? :confused:
She's far from sure but i doubt anyone could be optimistic with any kind of injury...but then that just me who think that :tape:

No, the injury is not hard to understand, telling everyone about the seriousness of the injury is hard to understand.

Don't ever tell your greatest rivals you might be injured coming in to tournament; it just strengthens them. You need to keep your vulnerabilities to yourself if you want to win a grand slam.

Miranda
Oct 30th, 2009, 08:51 AM
Why talk about the Australian open in January when it's currently October and she has months to rest, recover and strengthen without the stresses and rigours of tournament play? :confused: What happened to shutting up and dealing with an injury?

:woohoo::woohoo::hug: prince Sammm