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Today 12:25 AM
Tennis Fool
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Gluck to Dasha at Wimbledon!

Faces Qiang Wang first round. Qiang hasn't played since the French Open.

Get that win, Dasha
May 25th, 2016 11:52 PM
Frederik
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Some of my pictures from Tuesday.













May 25th, 2016 05:52 AM
Sandgroper Sam
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Yeah but it's an opportunity missed, if she could've gotten past Keys in R2 the draw would've really opened up for her. Oh well.
May 25th, 2016 05:17 AM
stromatolite
Re: Daria Gavrilova

MDM was a tough opponent, played really well in the bits of the match I saw. She was obviously full of confidence after last week's final appearance in Nurnberg.

Considering how many scrub vs scrub matches there were in R1, this was an unlucky draw for Dasha
May 25th, 2016 04:44 AM
louloubelle
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Daria is finding it easier to hunt the big names, but not comfortable the other way around as yet.
May 24th, 2016 11:42 PM
Tennis Fool
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Fell to MDM in three tough sets, 75 46 46
May 21st, 2016 08:18 PM
Tennis Fool
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Daria faces Mariana Duque-Marino in the first round of RG.

Maybe not the ideal opponent.

Marina got to the final of Nuremberg, but Dasha's had a tremendous claycourt season beating several Top 10 players. It will be an interesting match, but Dasha should come through it and at least defend her second round points.
May 19th, 2016 07:32 PM
1MillionthSamFan
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Still not in for the olympics



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For Daria Gavrilova, the qualifying process is completely out of her hands. The 22-year-old Australian is in the midst of her best season so far but her recent change in citizenship from Russia to Australia has complicated her eligibility status and as of now, she will not qualify unless the ITF rules in her favor on her appeal.

"I really want to play," Gavrilova said. "I really do. So I would be very disappointed. I'll probably cry."

Ranked No.45, Gavrilova has put together a strong clay season after making the Round of 16 at the Australian Open, and could play the role of spoiler when the tournament begins in Paris. She's trying not to let the Olympics weigh on her.

"I don't think about it a lot because it's not up to me," she said. "I'm just waiting for the decision. I can't do anything about it."
News | WTA Tennis English
Unfair that she couldn't play the required 2 Fed Cup ties, because the ITF wouldn't allow her to play in February and then eventually allowed her to play in April when she appealed.. too late though to comply with the two-ties rule.
May 19th, 2016 06:25 PM
guichard
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Still not in for the olympics



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For Daria Gavrilova, the qualifying process is completely out of her hands. The 22-year-old Australian is in the midst of her best season so far but her recent change in citizenship from Russia to Australia has complicated her eligibility status and as of now, she will not qualify unless the ITF rules in her favor on her appeal.

"I really want to play," Gavrilova said. "I really do. So I would be very disappointed. I'll probably cry."

Ranked No.45, Gavrilova has put together a strong clay season after making the Round of 16 at the Australian Open, and could play the role of spoiler when the tournament begins in Paris. She's trying not to let the Olympics weigh on her.

"I don't think about it a lot because it's not up to me," she said. "I'm just waiting for the decision. I can't do anything about it."
News | WTA Tennis English
May 16th, 2016 12:16 AM
Frederik
Re: Daria Gavrilova

The rest of the pictures I took on Tuesday. (part 2)













Russian?

May 16th, 2016 12:12 AM
Frederik
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Some of my pictures from Tuesday. (part 1)


















May 13th, 2016 01:54 PM
Sandgroper Sam
Re: Daria Gavrilova

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Originally Posted by TalkonTennis View Post
Dasha's little burst of form over the last fortnight has come at a welcome time, because even with last year's SF points coming off, she has managed to remain in the Top 50.

That will keep her as a direct entrant into most events she wants to enter (save perhaps for the 28/32 Premiers), and the good news is that there's not really a lot left for her to defend outside of Eastbourne and Canada.

She obviously targeted improved results in the Slams, and with only 2R/1R/1R to replace, prospects for her to get back to that 30 range are positive.
Nice summary and yeah she's been playing really well. Hopefully stands her in good stead for RG and hopefully can get to the 3rd/4th Rd.
May 13th, 2016 01:30 PM
Matmagix
Re: Daria Gavrilova

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Originally Posted by Nicky91 View Post
i don't think Halep really wanted to win, since she won the Madrid tournament
well people talk about tanking all the time but these are pros and they need to get used to the schedule. Halep has had even bigger stretches on continuous play before (NA swing last year was pretty heavy). She played reasonably, wouldn't have taken a set otherwise. I went to bed before 3rd set started so waking up got quite the surprise.
May 13th, 2016 01:10 PM
TalkonTennis
Re: Daria Gavrilova

Dasha's little burst of form over the last fortnight has come at a welcome time, because even with last year's SF points coming off, she has managed to remain in the Top 50.

That will keep her as a direct entrant into most events she wants to enter (save perhaps for the 28/32 Premiers), and the good news is that there's not really a lot left for her to defend outside of Eastbourne and Canada.

She obviously targeted improved results in the Slams, and with only 2R/1R/1R to replace, prospects for her to get back to that 30 range are positive.
May 13th, 2016 12:41 PM
Nicky91
Re: Daria Gavrilova

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Originally Posted by Matmagix View Post
Daria just keeps delighting me.
Huge win against Halep and now from 2-6 down to Kuzzy, fights back one of her own. She can do this!
i don't think Halep really wanted to win, since she won the Madrid tournament
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