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Yesterday 08:36 PM
sara13
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Quote:
Originally Posted by GrandMartha View Post
Liza
I have the feeling she didn't care much about these MM tourneys.
But that's Liza for you.
She can play a player outside the top 1000 and you'd still be sure
that she'll manage to make a match out of it
I don't blame her, she had the crowd against her in all matches!
Yesterday 06:36 PM
GrandMartha
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Liza
I have the feeling she didn't care much about these MM tourneys.
But that's Liza for you.
She can play a player outside the top 1000 and you'd still be sure
that she'll manage to make a match out of it
Yesterday 03:39 PM
RU90
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Terrible performance

I've been expecting to see some improvements in her game, but it looks like she is unwilling to use even the slightest bit of variety in her game. The forecourt is alien territory to her.
Yesterday 03:21 PM
milos97
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

I hope Liza could win a couple of matches in Doha where she will play in qualifications.
Yesterday 01:01 PM
sara13
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Quote:
Originally Posted by Potapovushina View Post
She lost 0 & 2 to Hsieh in QF today

I didn't watch the match, but I guess she hit like 80 UEs?
It was horrible. Never saw anyone with such a hurry to lose a match, maybe she had an appointment somewhere else.

The positive from this week is the fight she put in her other two matches.
Yesterday 09:38 AM
Potapovushina
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

She lost 0 & 2 to Hsieh in QF today

I didn't watch the match, but I guess she hit like 80 UEs?
Feb 10th, 2016 08:44 PM
RU90
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Feb 10th, 2016 09:54 AM
Foot's Fingers
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

2 wins battling from closer defeat
Feb 10th, 2016 05:50 AM
Potapovushina
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Feb 10th, 2016 05:42 AM
RU90
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Kulichkova def. Diyas 7-5 0-6 6-4

from 2-4* down in the third set
Feb 9th, 2016 09:52 AM
Phenomareva
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Nice little article on the next Russian generation

Quote:
WTAi Podcast: Russian Revolution II

WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen | Get to know Margarita Gasparyan, Daria Kasatkina, and Elizaveta Kulichkova in their own words as they reflect on their Australian Open successes.

Published February 09, 2016 12:14



On this episode it's all about the Russians. Senior Writer for WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen previews this week's tournaments in St. Petersburg and Taiwan and look to the new generation of Russians - Margarita Gasparyan, Elizaveta Kulichkova, and Daria Kasatkina - who are eager to put their stamps on the tour. Their collective success is an important development for a country that has produced two No.1s in Maria Sharapova and Dinara Safina, swept the podium at the 2008 Olympics, and won three of the four majors in 2004. There has been a notable gap in talent after Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova's protogenic rise. That's about to change.

Gasparyan, Kulichkova, and Kasatkina are all in action this week and after a solid last six months, they are all in the Top 100, which means you'll be seeing more of them in the main draw at tour events. So now's the time to get to know them.

Gasparyan on switching from a male coach to a female coach, former player Elena Makarova: "She's not just a coach. She's a friend. I like to work with a woman. When you have a male coach you cannot speak about everything with him. Maybe just tennis. When you have tennis you can tell all. How you feel, tennis, boyfriends, everything. I'm relaxed. I don't think a lot of tennis all the time."

Kasatkina on the Russian resurgence: "I think it's because of Russian character. We have not the best conditions. So that's why we fight all the time for everything."

Kulichkova on her friendship with Kasatkina: "We're not so alike in terms of liking the same things. We probably like the three same things, everything else is different. But still we're best friends. It works nicely. So if someone says friendship in women's tennis doesn't exist it's a lie! We are the proof. It exists."
Feb 9th, 2016 08:04 AM
Phenomareva
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

She beat Lee in first round 36 64 64
Feb 9th, 2016 02:53 AM
RU90
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

WTA Insider interview

She's so bubbly.
Feb 7th, 2016 02:39 AM
meneer_hidayat She play in taiwan...not in st.petersburg
Feb 7th, 2016 02:28 AM
RU90
Re: Elizaveta Kulichkova

Kaohsiung

(6)Hsieh Su-Wei vs Q/LL
Mandy Minella vs Naomi Osaka
Lee Ya-Hsuan vs Elizaveta Kulichkova
Q/LL vs (4)Zarina Diyas
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