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jimmy_the_greek
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:03 PM
Tokyo Round 3: C.Wozniacki v A.Pavlychenkova

Wozniacki in straight sets for me, 6-4, 6-3

Mistress of Evil
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:06 PM
Welcome to Karolina's punchbag, Babyfat :hug:

delicatecutter
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:09 PM
Nastya, it's now or never! Please get it together for once!

claypova
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:23 PM
La Woz in 2 :tears:

Lachy
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:29 PM
Woz eaaaasily.

mashasabinefan1
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:30 PM
I love Nastya but no way she's winning this. Woz is a terrible matchup for her.

Bronx19
Sep 28th, 2010, 02:37 PM
Caro was average today.

goldenlox
Sep 28th, 2010, 03:09 PM
Pavlyuchenkova gets some revenge

Jajaloo
Sep 28th, 2010, 03:14 PM
I would like Pav to win this one! But even if Woz does, it's one step closer to #1! :dance:

A-Bond
Sep 28th, 2010, 03:22 PM
Pavlyuchenkova needs to play really well to win this one. Caro will be very steady, as usual. At least Nastya came closer in their last meeting, but she's just not playing consistent enough during a match against Caro. I'd love to win her but Caro seems to pwn her :sad:

Break My Rapture
Sep 28th, 2010, 04:35 PM
If Pavs would play up to her potential against Wozniacki more, she would've had more wins against her.

mariavikafan
Sep 28th, 2010, 05:02 PM
Pavlyuchenkova gets some revenge

:eek: do you mean it:eek:

mariavikafan
Sep 28th, 2010, 05:03 PM
If Pavs would play up to her potential against Wozniacki more, she would've had more wins against her.

Very true love your avatar btw.

goldenlox
Sep 28th, 2010, 08:32 PM
I think because Caro only played 1 match since the USO, and Nastia played last week, I think Caro might not be ready yet.
This looks like the kiddie section with Nastia, Caro & Vika

Jean-Henri
Sep 28th, 2010, 08:48 PM
If caro wins it's 5:0 H2H. So this is serious business for Pavlyuchenkova.
I think it can go either way, with the things said + Pavlyuchenkova perhaps more inform than Caro + Caro not really doing that great in Asian tournaments/ calendar slot (apart from 2008 Japan Open, she hasn't done that well, and little to defend).

I hope Caro, but actually think it's 50/50.

Inger67
Sep 28th, 2010, 09:06 PM
I voted Pavly because she needs this win more. Although I wouldn't mind Caro taking the title and getting another Tier 1 under her belt :)

Is this a premier? or premier 5? premier mandatory? God, this system is so awful.

A-Bond
Sep 28th, 2010, 09:07 PM
http://www.sonyericssonwtatour.com/news/20100928/francesca-sets-date-with-kimiko_2256076_2168380

Wozniacki on her match-up vs. Pavlyuchenkova: "She likes to take the ball early and play aggressively," Wozniacki said. "I need to be ready. It's a fast court so I'll try to be the one who decides the points."

:o I'm curious to see how she's going to do that. Most probably she'll sit back and the point will be decided by Nastya's Winners and UEs :o

goldenlox
Sep 28th, 2010, 09:14 PM
Nastia makes too many errors against Caro.
To beat Caroline, you have to be aggressive without giving away a lot of points.
only a few players can do that.

These 2 will probably play each other a lot the next few years, so Nastia will have to figure out a way to win a few of them.

DownInAHole
Sep 28th, 2010, 09:15 PM
I voted Pavly because she needs this win more. Although I wouldn't mind Caro taking the title and getting another Tier 1 under her belt :)

Is this a premier? or premier 5? premier mandatory? God, this system is so awful.

It really is.:banghead:

The Pan Pacific Open is a premier 5 event.

stangtennis
Sep 28th, 2010, 09:43 PM
Is this a premier? or premier 5? premier mandatory? God, this system is so awful.
http://www.sonyericssonwtatour.com/SEWTATour-Archive/Archive/AboutTheTour/rules.pdf

TOURNAMENTS

V. TOURNAMENT CATEGORIES

The Tournament categories for ranking Tournaments on the WTA Tour Calendar are comprised of Grand Slam events, the WTA Tour
Championships and WTA Tour Tournaments. The category for each Tournament will be stated on the Official WTA Tour Entry Form and the WTA Tour Calendar published by the WTA.

For the purposes of the Prize Money Formula, references to minimum prize money in this Section shall mean Minimum Player Compensation.

A. GRAND SLAM EVENTS

The official Championships of Australia, France, Great Britain and the United States of America:
• Australian Open – Melbourne, Australia
• Roland Garros – Paris, France
• The Championships – Wimbledon, England
• US Open – Flushing Meadows, New York, USA

B. WTA TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Sony Ericsson Championships - Doha (“Sony Ericsson Championships” or “WTA Tour Championships”) held at the end of the season, in Doha, Qatar, with minimum US$4,450,000 prize money.

C. TOURNAMENT CATEGORIES

1. Premier Mandatory
Mandatory play joint events with prize money which is equal to the total men’s prize money for the same event.
• BNP Paribas Open – Indian Wells, CA, USA (12-day Tournament)
• Sony Ericsson Open – Miami, Florida, USA (12-day Tournament)
• Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open – Madrid, Spain (9-day Tournament)
• China Open – Bejing, China (9-day Tournament)*
* Equal prize money to the ATP 1000 Shaghai.

2. Premier 5
Tournaments having minimum prize money of US$2,000,000.
• Barclay’s Dubai Tennis Championships – Dubai, United Arab Emirates*
• Internazionali BNL d’Italia – Rome, Italy
• Western & Southern Financial Group Women’s Open – Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
• Rogers Cup presented by National Bank – Montreal, Canada
• Toray Pan Pacific Open – Tokyo, Japan
* Will rotate between Premier 5 and Premier 700.

3. Premier
Tournaments having minimum prize money of US$700,000 or US$600,000.
• Medibank International – Sydney, Australia*
• OPEN GDF SUEZ – Paris, France
• Family Circle Cup – Charleston, South Carolina, USA
• Porsche Tennis Grand Prix – Stuttgart, Germany
• Polsat Warsaw Open - Warsaw, Poland*
• AEGON International – Eastbourne, England*
• Bank of the West Classic – Stanford, California, USA
• Southern California Open – San Diego, California, USA
• Pilot Pen Tennis at Yale – New Haven, Connecticut, USA*
• Kremlin Cup – Moscow, Russia*
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Tournaments having minimum prize money of US$220,000.
• Brisbane International – Brisbane, Australia
• ASB Classic – Auckland, New Zealand
• Moorilla Hobart International – Hobart, Australia
• PTT Pattaya Women’s Open – Pattaya City, Thailand
• Regions Morgan Keegan Championships & the Cellular South Cup – Memphis, Tennessee, USA
• Copa Sony Ericsson Colsanitas – Bogota, Colombia
• Abierto Mexicano TELCEL presentado por HSBC – Acapulco, Mexico
• Malaysia Classic 2010 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
• Monterrey Open – Monterrey, Mexico, USA
• MPS Group Championships – Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA
• Andalucia Tennis Experience – Marbella, Spain
• Barcelona Ladies Open – Barcelona, Spain
• Grand Prix de SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem – Fes, Morocco
• Estoril Open – Estoril, Portugal
• Internationaux de Strasbourg – Strasbourg, France
• AEGON Classic – Birmingham, England
• Ordina Open – ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
• GDF SUEZ Grand Prix – Budapest, Hungary
• Collector Swedish Open Women – Bastad, Sweden
• Internazionali femminili di tennis de Palermo – Palermo, Italy
• ECM Prague Open – Prague, Czech Republic
• Banka Koper Slovenia Open – Portoroz, Slovenia
• NŰRNBERGER Gastein Ladies – Bad Gastein, Austria
• Istanbul Cup – Istanbul, Turkey
• e-Boks Danish Open – Copenhagen, Denmark
• Guangzhou International Women’s Open 2010 – Guangzhou, China
• Bell Challenge – Quebec City, Canada
• Hansol Korea Open – Seoul, South Korea
• Tashkent Open – Tashkent, Uzbekistan
• Generali Ladies Linz – Linz, Austria
• HP Japan Women’s Open Tennis 2010 – Osaka, Japan
• BGL BNP Parisbas Luxembourg Open – Luxembourg