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blainec
Aug 7th, 2012, 08:09 PM
I think they should be:
Maindraw
1. Mallory burdette
2. Nicole Gibbs
3. French
4. Australian
5. Taylor Townsend #1 junior player
6. Winner of 18s hopefully Danielle Collins
7. Melanie oudin
8. Grace min us junior champ last year.
Big Lauren Davis fan but think she could use some matches in qualies.

Qualies:
1. Shelby Rogers
2. Jennifer elie just beat Davis
3. Allie kick
4. Chalena scholl
5. Chelsey gullickson
6. Samantha Crawford
7. Allie will
8. Vicky duval
9. Wc winner
This is assuming mattek , Boserup and Brodsky get in qualies on their own

erschloy214
Aug 13th, 2012, 03:23 PM
My guess would be:

MD:
Burdette
Gibbs
Duval
Keys
Oudin
BMS

QWC:
Kiick
Rogers
Crawford
Hardebeck
Brodsky
Vickery
Townsend
WC tournament winner

perfil
Aug 14th, 2012, 12:54 AM
Do you think there is any chance of Eugenie Bouchard to get a WC for US Open after her last great results (Washignton DC and Montreal)?

Jorn
Aug 16th, 2012, 04:23 PM
Oudin and BMS got wildcards but who else?

Jorn
Aug 16th, 2012, 04:30 PM
also Casey (AUS) and Kiki M. (France) and Nicole Gibbs.

Jorn
Aug 16th, 2012, 06:36 PM
Players receiving 2012 US Open qualifying wild cards are: 2012 Easter Bowl singles finalist Brooke Austin (16, Indianapolis), who also represented the U.S. in Junior Fed Cup this year; 2008 Orange Bowl champion Julia Boserup (20, Boca Raton, Fla.); Gail Brodsky (21, Brooklyn, N.Y.), who trains at the USTA Training Center-East at the home of the US Open and won the 2008 USTA Girls’ 18s title; 2012 Easter Bowl and USTA Girls’ 18s doubles champion Samantha Crawford (17, Tamarac, Fla.); 2012 USTA Girls’ 18s singles runner-up and doubles champion Alexandra Kiick (17, Plantation, Fla.), the daughter of former Miami Dolphin Jim Kiick, who also won the USTA Girls’ 18s’ doubles title with Crawford; 2010 USTA Girls’ 18s singles champion Shelby Rogers (19, Charleston, S.C.); world No. 9 junior Chalena Scholl (16, Pompano Beach, Fla.); and Ashley Weinhold (23, Spicewood, Texas), the 2007 USTA Girls’ 18s national champion.