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Yesterday 06:51 AM
Sandgroper Sam
Re: Aussies in WTA events

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Originally Posted by louloubelle View Post
No one really excited by our all Aussie WTA final.
Congrats to Sam. Career title no. 9
Didn't watch it but pleased for Sam. She could be another dark horse to go deep again this French Open. Has a decent draw.
May 28th, 2017 09:44 AM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

^ Nice find Daniel.
Congrats to Sam for her 451st week as the Aussie #1
May 28th, 2017 02:31 AM
Daniel.
Re: Aussies in WTA events

Amazing week. Fun fact, in the last All-Aussie-Final when Molik beat Stosur in Sydney, it was also Stosur & Bryanne Stewart who won the womens doubles title. So good to see a similar Aussie story unfold here in Strasbourg. (Also Lleyton won the mens singles and Woodbridge/Bhupathi won the doubles).

Stoked for Sam and pleased she holds the #1 Aussie rank another fortnight at least. We aren't ready for her to give it up just yet.

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May 28th, 2017 01:23 AM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

It was great that the French crowd really got into the final.
And Dasha getting her words mixed up during the ceremony about Sam being a role model and ending up saying 'you're a model and a role model'....and their arms around each other during Dasha's speech
I hope Dasha can rebound quickly from this loss, whereas Sam getting a stack of matches before the FO can only help her.
May 28th, 2017 12:01 AM
stromatolite
Re: Aussies in WTA events

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Originally Posted by louloubelle View Post
No one really excited by our all Aussie WTA final.
Congrats to Sam. Career title no. 9
It was great, especially because they gave the French crowd an exciting, entertaining and high quality final. The old vs young generation aspect gave the match extra flavour, and the warm embrace at the net and mutual respect and affection shown during the ceremony made me feel so proud of both girls

It was a great way to showcase Aussie women's tennis.
May 27th, 2017 10:57 PM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

No one really excited by our all Aussie WTA final.
Congrats to Sam. Career title no. 9
May 27th, 2017 12:20 PM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

We are guaranteed a double Aussie celebration. Casey and Ash won the doubles in straight against the Chan's.
May 26th, 2017 10:57 PM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

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Originally Posted by Grade-A Deucebag View Post
That would be quite cool, an all-Aussie battle for a title and also the Aussie #1 ranking on the eve of a slam where both could potentially go deep with the right draw.

Over 10 years since we had an all Ausse final. #1 ranking on the line also. And Casey and Ash playing in the doubles finall as well. Good to see Aussie women's tennis take the headlines for a change.
May 26th, 2017 08:24 AM
azbang
Re: Aussies in WTA events

Ash losing to Pest
May 26th, 2017 03:43 AM
Grade-A Deucebag
Re: Aussies in WTA events

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Originally Posted by louloubelle View Post
Fingers crossed for an all Aussie final.
That would be quite cool, an all-Aussie battle for a title and also the Aussie #1 ranking on the eve of a slam where both could potentially go deep with the right draw.
May 26th, 2017 03:27 AM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

What a battle between Dash and Ash. Fingers crossed for an all Aussie final.
May 25th, 2017 12:41 PM
Territory
Re: Aussies in WTA events

Really promising stuff from Sam Especially going into the most RG ever...

Still hoping Ash can do the double double as Q... Kaman!
May 25th, 2017 12:04 PM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

^ Sam is pretty unreliable these days, but if she can replicate the FO form of last year with such an open, and apart from a select few, unheralded field.... who knows.


Dash with the 1st set over Ash, 6-4, after being 0-3.
May 25th, 2017 11:09 AM
ozboy1989
Re: Aussies in WTA events

Getting better the more matches she gets. Hope the draw is kind for her in Paris, with the way the field is turning out, a really good chance to go far!
May 25th, 2017 11:07 AM
louloubelle
Re: Aussies in WTA events

Good win by Sam. Some strong serving particularly in the 2nd when she missed a few opportunities to run away with it.
Great reflex volley to win the match too
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