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NA-GOAT
Nov 13th, 2009, 04:28 AM
it is :yawn: right now with no match going on :help:
let's think about what will happen in Fed Cup 2010

which players will play these match? who will win?

World Group

#1 Italy at #6 Ukraine

#8 Germany at #5 Czech Republic

#2 Russia at #7 Serbia

#3 USA at #11 France

World Group II

#4 Spain at #14 Australia

#10 Belgium at #15 Poland

#12 Argentina at #16 Estonia

#9 China at #13 Slovak Republic

Singleniacki
Nov 13th, 2009, 04:33 AM
Cummon Aussies :rocker2:

Another title for italy too :D

NA-GOAT
Nov 13th, 2009, 04:36 AM
my predictions:

World Group
#6 Ukraine (K. Bond & A. Bond) d #1 Italy (Pennetta & Schiavone) 4-1 :woohoo: :bigwave:
#5 Czech Republic (Safarova, Kvitova, Benesova, Vaidisova:tape:) d #8 Germany (Lisicki, Groene) 3-2 :D
#2 Russia (Sharpoava :spit:, Dementieva, Kirilenko, Vesnina)d #7 Serbia (Jankovic, Ivanovic) 3-2 :eek:
#11 France (Cornet, Razzano, Mauresmo) d #3 USA (Oudin, King, Glatch, Huber) 4-1 :dance:

World Group II
#14 Australia (Dramabel, Suarez Navarro, Jose) d #4 Spain 3-2 :sad:
#10 Belgium (Henin, Clijsters) d #15 Poland (A Radwanska & U Radwanska) 4-1 :wavey:
#16 Estonia (Kanepi, Ani) d 12 Argentina 5-0 :haha:
#9 China (Peng, Zheng, Zhang, Yan) d #13 Slovak Republic (Hantuchova, Cibulkova) 4-1 :worship:

WhoAmI?
Nov 13th, 2009, 04:53 AM
my predictions:

World Group
#6 Ukraine (K. Bond & A. Bond) d #1 Italy (Pennetta & Schiavone) 4-1 :woohoo: :bigwave:
#5 Czech Republic (Safarova, Kvitova, Benesova, Vaidisova:tape:) d #8 Germany (Lisicki, Groene) 3-2 :D
#2 Russia (Sharpoava :spit:, Dementieva, Kirilenko, Vesnina)d #7 Serbia (Jankovic, Ivanovic) 3-2 :eek:
#11 France (Cornet, Razzano, Mauresmo) d #3 USA (Oudin, King, Glatch, Huber) 4-1 :dance:

World Group II
#14 Australia (Dramabel, Suarez Navarro, Jose) d #4 Spain 3-2 :sad:
#10 Belgium (Henin, Clijsters) d #15 Poland (A Radwanska & U Radwanska) 4-1 :wavey:
#16 Estonia (Kanepi, Ani) d 12 Argentina 5-0 :haha:
#9 China (Peng, Zheng, Zhang, Yan) d #13 Slovak Republic (Hantuchova, Cibulkova) 4-1 :worship:

You're so kind;):lol:

Singleniacki
Nov 13th, 2009, 05:10 AM
Kanepi, Ani and Dulko and Jozami? to play

compared to MJMS, dramabel, CSN and Stosur, Molik and Dellacqua.

Tough draw

Caipirinha Guy
Nov 13th, 2009, 06:02 AM
World Group
Ukraine def Italy 3:2
Germany def Czech 4:1
Russia def Serbia 3:2
France def USA 4:1


Australia def Spain 5-0
Poland def Belgium 3-2 (if Henin doesn't play as Clijsters+Henin in one team = :fiery:) or Belgium def Poland 4-1
Argentina def Estonia 3-2
China def Slovakia 3-2

Lacrish
Nov 13th, 2009, 06:14 AM
Very tough for China actually.
Hopefully China will win this series, but Slovak is a strong team.Domi isn't in a good shape right now, so they might choose Rybarikova who isn't an easy opponent to deal with as another key player,let alone Daniela. Additionally,It's away game for China ,which will also add to our difficulties.
So my prediction will be 3-2 whoever wins it.
Belgium is so strong even though Yanina will miss it. :eek: It's a pity that they are in WG II,or else they will be main contender for the championship.
As for the focal match between Russia and Serbia,I really wish it could be the finals. :bounce:

Richie's
Nov 13th, 2009, 06:42 AM
World Group

Italy 4-1
Czech 3-2
Russia 3-2
USA 3-2

World Group II

Australia 3-2
Belgium 3-2
Argentina 4-1
Slovakia 3-2

Fantasy Hero
Nov 13th, 2009, 12:07 PM
finally an easy road to the fianl for Italy...that's why they'll lose to the Bonds :rolls:

In The Zone
Nov 13th, 2009, 08:38 PM
I don't see how USA beats France without a Sister. :(

Bobisa
Nov 13th, 2009, 08:40 PM
Russia - Serbia 1:4

hellas719
Nov 13th, 2009, 08:48 PM
QF:
Ukraine over Italy
Germany over Czech Republic
Russia over Serbia
USA over France

SF:
Germany over Ukraine
Russia over USA

F:
Russia over Germany

Lisicki will have a great year :drool:

Yorker
Nov 13th, 2009, 08:59 PM
italy def ukraine 4-1
germany def czech republic 3-2
serbia def russia 3-2
france def usa 4-1


australia def spain 4-1
belgium def poland 4-1
estonia def argentia 3-2
slovak republic def china 3-2

hammerhead
Nov 13th, 2009, 10:24 PM
Wonder if Oudin will play for U.S. versus France?? Saw an announcement today that she committed to Memphis. Not sure but I think Fed Cup and Memphis are back-to-back. Would make for a tough schedule (Australia Hard --> Europe Clay --> US Indoor.) Clay is definitely her least favored surface.

But now that she dissed the Williams sisters, she better play!

Dani12
Nov 13th, 2009, 11:19 PM
World Group

#1 Italy at #6 Ukraine 4-1

Flavia Pennetta d. Alona Bondarenko
Kateryna Bondarenko d. Francesca Schiavone
Flavia Pennetta d. Kateryna Bondarenko
Francesca Schiavone d. Alona Bondarenko
Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci d. Alona Bondarenko/Kateryna Bondarenko

#8 Germany at #5 Czech Republic 3-2

Sabine Lisicki d. Lucie Safarova
Petra Kvitova d. Anna-Lena Groenefeld
Sabine Lisicki d. Petra Kvitova
Lucie Safarova d. Anna-Lena Groenefeld
Anna-Lena Groenefeld/Tatjana Malek d. Iveta Benesova/Lucie Safarova

#2 Russia at #7 Serbia 3-2

Jelena Jankovic d. Svetlana Kuznetsova
Elena Dementieva d. Ana Ivanovic
Svetlana Kuznetsova d. Ana Ivanovic
Jelena Jankovic d. Elena Dementieva
Elena Vesnina/Svetlana Kuznetsova d. Jelena Jankovic/Ana Ivanovic


#3 USA at #11 France 2-3

Marion Bartoli d. Melanie Oudin
Virginie Razzano d. Vania King
Marion Bartoli d. Vania King
Melanie Oudin d. Virginie Razzano
Leizel Huber/Vania King d. Alize Cornet/Aravane Rezai

Depends who plays though...

Daniela-Is-Mine
Nov 13th, 2009, 11:19 PM
Dani has complete ownage over chinese players. I dont see Peng or Zheng as a threat... Li is def gunna be hard BUT shes beaten her before.
So If Domi can win 1 match... and Magda plays doubles with Dani... They'll win 4-1 or 3-2

hellas719
Nov 14th, 2009, 03:42 AM
I think that the 2010 Fed Cup will be very interesting. All WG R1 ties can go either way.

Aryman3
Nov 14th, 2009, 04:50 AM
From the moment Radwanska sisters emerged Polsh team advances each year.
With Henin concentrated on Grand Slams Belgium will be beatable; 3:2 for Poland