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Apr 24th, 2015 08:50 AM
TheJoh
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Aravane Rezaï n’en a pas terminé avec le tennis. 'gée de vingt-huit ans, la Française, qui avait décidé de mettre sa carrière entre parenthèses, tente un come-back très ambitieux. C’est ce que nous dévoile ce jeudi soir, à 20?h?50, Sport confidentiel, le magazine de la rédaction de L’Équipe 21, qui a suivi la joueuse durant vingt-quatre heures.

«Mon objectif, c'est vraiment d'être numéro 1 mondiale»
Depuis décembre, dans sa ville natale de Saint-Étienne, Rezaï (aujourd'hui non classée à la WTA) travaille dur avec l’espoir d’obtenir, dans un premier temps, une wild-card pour Roland-Garros (24 mai-7 juin). Elle espère ensuite grimper rapidement au classement mondial et retrouver l’équipe de France de Fed Cup. «?Mon objectif, c’est vraiment d’être numéro 1 mondiale?», ose Rezaï, qui n’a pas disputé le moindre match officiel depuis plus d’un an (défaite un premier tour d'un 25000 dollars, à Grenoble).

Pour réaliser ses rêves, la Stéphanoise, qui a occupé la 15e place mondiale en 2010, travaille à nouveau avec son frère, Anouch, et son père, Arsalan, contre lequel elle avait porté plainte, en 2011, pour «?menaces de mort». La famille semble avoir tourné la page, et surtout ne plus vouloir évoquer ces épisodes. Très en retard physiquement, Rezaï travaille, pour parfaire sa condition, avec Nabil Ghoulam, le frère de Faouzi Goulham, l’ancien latéral gauche de Saint-Étienne, aujourd’hui à Naples.

http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/Actuali...dentiel/553296
Jan 11th, 2014 12:35 PM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Quote:
Originally Posted by yunder View Post
Voici un article sur Aravane parue ce matin dans "L'Equipe"

http://www.imagebam.com/image/443ecc300144587
I couldn't get a Google translation on this, but the picture was nice!
Jan 10th, 2014 10:35 AM
yunder
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Voici un article sur Aravane parue ce matin dans "L'Equipe"

http://www.imagebam.com/image/443ecc300144587
Dec 6th, 2013 09:20 AM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

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Originally Posted by Aravanecaravan View Post
My understanding is that she is much fitter now and has been training hard for some time. At least, that has been reported previously by some claiming to have seen her recently. Perhaps her long break from the Tour was so that she could be treated properly, without having to face a potential ban, who knows.
I hope so because I would love to see her winning again But I don't think a player should even have to take a break from the Tour to get the medical treatment they need! I'm glad she is very strong mentally so that she isn't giving up! I enjoyed watching her play before all the problems came up. But it was almost painful for me to watch her try to play tennis with that weight gain because it really hurt her ability to play the game. She couldn't move as quick and I would imagine she became more tired quicker also.
Dec 5th, 2013 03:13 PM
No.Brains.Atoll
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

My understanding is that she is much fitter now and has been training hard for some time. At least, that has been reported previously by some claiming to have seen her recently. Perhaps her long break from the Tour was so that she could be treated properly, without having to face a potential ban, who knows.
Dec 5th, 2013 01:52 PM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Quote:
Originally Posted by Aravanecaravan View Post
Aravane is very strong mentally, and will survive. She has been through too much to quit. She is very tough inside and will persevere. It's why she is my favorite player. She is a great person as well, beautiful inside and out. I have great faith in her, that ultimately she will achieve all of the great things she deserves.
But it definitely seems that the WTA is making things even harder for her!
I think a player with a documented medical condition should be allowed to take whatever medications they may need to treat their medical problem! The additional weight makes her slower on court plus is bad on her joints also. And that could cause even more health issues down the road
Dec 4th, 2013 06:10 PM
No.Brains.Atoll
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Aravane is very strong mentally, and will survive. She has been through too much to quit. She is very tough inside and will persevere. It's why she is my favorite player. She is a great person as well, beautiful inside and out. I have great faith in her, that ultimately she will achieve all of the great things she deserves.
Dec 4th, 2013 07:17 AM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

This doesn't give me a good impression of the WTA!
http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/ne...827705885.html

Doesn't sound like they care much about a player's health!
Dec 2nd, 2013 11:30 PM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

I just did use it and it was great As you said it might not be perfect, but it is close enough to get the meaning--at least it was in this case
Dec 2nd, 2013 11:23 PM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

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Originally Posted by Aravanecaravan View Post
I use this: https://translate.google.com/?hl=en&tab=wT

Either paste the link or copy and paste the text you want translated, and select the buttons for the source language and the language you want it translated into.

It's not perfect, but should allow you to get the general idea.
Oh thanks so much for telling me about that! I will definitely use it
Dec 1st, 2013 04:29 PM
No.Brains.Atoll
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

I use this: https://translate.google.com/?hl=en&tab=wT

Either paste the link or copy and paste the text you want translated, and select the buttons for the source language and the language you want it translated into.

It's not perfect, but should allow you to get the general idea.
Nov 30th, 2013 09:53 PM
DollyRose
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

How do I go about getting posts translated? I'm sorry I can't speak French
Nov 24th, 2013 08:43 AM
Tylane
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Le problème c'est son physique et son entourage. Je ne suis pas sûre qu'elle ait trouvé de nouveau un équilibre en revenant vers son père.
Bref je lui souhaite de revenir mais il y a du boulot !!!
À mon avis, elle aurait du prendre un coach sérieux et revenir s'entraîner sur Paris dans une structure stable et pro (StEtienne d'après ce qu'elle dit c'est limite), et surtout, faire une très gros travail physique.
Nov 21st, 2013 12:08 PM
Alizé Molik
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

c'est surement une bonne nouvelle ca. je crois encore en elle, si elle peut rester saine pour plus que quelques semaines elle pourrait revenir au top 100 au moins.
Nov 16th, 2013 11:45 AM
Tylane
Re: Les articles sur Aravane

Aravane was in visit at the Mouratoglou academy last week with Martina Hingis. (Source: Patrick M said it on twitter).
I don't know if it means she plans to work again there, or with Hingis...
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