- The Smashing Israelis (http://www.tennisforum.com/137-smashing-israelis/)
- - Israelis in Roland Garros (http://www.tennisforum.com/137-smashing-israelis/238102-israelis-roland-garros.html)
Israelis in Roland Garros
Israelis favourite turnaments :D
Tzipi lost in the first round of Qualifying, but Yevgenia, Anna and Shahar can still make us proud :D
3rd round Q vs. Brianti
1st round vs. Srebotnik
1st round vs. Savchuk
go girls! :worship:
(1) Amelie Mauresmo FRA vs Meghann Shaughnessy USA
Anastasia Rodionova RUS vs Vera Dushevina RUS
Laura Pous-Tio ESP vs Jelena Jankovic SCG
(25) Marion Bartoli FRA vs wc Aurelie Vedy FRA
(22) Ai Sugiyama JAP vs Eleni Daniilidou GRE
q vs q
Tiantian Sun CHN vs Ekatarina Bytchkova RUS
(16) Nicole Vaidisova CZE vs Marta Domachowska POL
(11) Venus Williams USA vs Sybille Bammer AUT
wc Youlia Fedossova FRA vs Emma Laine FIN
Peng Shuai CHN vs Elena Vesnina RUS
(19) Elena Likhovtseva RUS vs Karolina Sprem CRO
(29) Sofia Arvidsson SWE vs Maria Vento-Kabchi VEN
Meng Yuan CHN vs q
Jarmila Gajdosova SVK vs wc Stephanie Cohen-Aloro FRA
(7) Patty Schnyder SUI vs Michaella Krajicek NED
(4) Maria Sharapova RUS vs Mashona Washington USA
Iveta Benesova CZE vs wc Pauline Parmentier FRA
wc Alicia Molik AUS vs Antonella Serra-Zanetti ITA
(28) Lucie Safarova CZE vs q
(24) Katarina Srebotnik SLO vs Anna Smashnova ISR
Jelena Kostanic CRO vs Ashley Harkleroad USA
Hana Sromova CZE vs Roberta Vinci ITA
(14) Dinara Safina RUS vs Vera Zvonareva RUS
(9) Francesca Schiavone ITA vs Alona Bondarenko UKR
Nathalie Vierin ITA vs Martina Müller GER
q vs q
(17) Flavia Pennetta ITA vs Bethanie Mattek USA
(27) Anna Chakvetadze RUS vs q
Li Na CHN vs Amy Frazier USA
Arantxa Parra Santonja ESP vs Mara Santangelo ITA
(8) Svetlana Kuznetsova RUS vs Laura Granville USA
(5) Justine Henin-Hardenne BEL vs Maret Ani EST
Jill Craybas USA vs Anastasia Yakimova BLR
wc Alize Cornet FRA vs Virginia Ruano Pascual ESP
(30) Klara Koukalova CZE vs Tathiana Garbin ITA
(19) Ana Ivanovic SCG vs Samantha Stosur AUS
Emilie Loit FRA vs q
Melinda Czink HUN vs q
(10) Anastasia Myskina RUS vs Sania Mirza IND
(13) Anna-Lena Grönefeld GER vs Camille Pin FRA
Yan Zi CHN vs Jamea Jackson USA
wc Mathilde Johansson FRA vs q
(20) Maria Kirilenko RUS vs wc Severine Bremond FRA
(32) Gisela Dulko ARG vs q
Kristina Brandi PUR vs Yuliana Fedak UKR
Shenay Perry USA vs Shinobu Asagoe JAP
(3) Nadia Petrova RUS vs Akiko Morigami JAP
(6) Elena Dementieva RUS vs Martina Sucha SVK
Viktoriya Kutuzova UKR vs Vania King USA
Maria-Antonia Sanchez-Lorenzo ESP vs Tsvetana Pironkova BUL
(31) Shahar Peer ISR vs Olga Savchuk UKR
(23) Tatiana Golovin FRA vs Jie Zheng CHN
Ivana Lisjak CRO vs q
Julia Schruff GER vs Zuzana Ondraskova CZE
(12) Martina Hingis SUI vs Lisa Raymond USA
(15) Daniela Hantuchova SVK vs Lourdes Dominguez Lino ESP
Maria-Elena Camerin ITA vs Emmanuelle Gagliardi SUI
Catalina Castano COL vs Aiko Nakamura JAP
(21) Nathalie Dechy FRA vs Stephanie Foretz FRA
(26) Anabel Medina Garrigues ESP vs q
Kaia Kanepi EST vs Kveta Peschke CZE
Mariana Diaz-Oliva ARG vs Conchita Martinez Granados ESP
(2) Kim Clijsters BEL vs Virginie Razzano FRA
Goodluck Smashnova & Peer & Savransky
In Werthiem's Roland Garros seed report, he writes about Shahar:
31. Shahar Peer: The Israeli teen seems to improve by the month.
Here's the link:
Yevgenia lost 1-6 6-4 6-3. :(
Edited the first post to include the whole draw.
Good luck to the btoh of them! :kiss:
Anna plays on Monday
Shahar only on Tuesday, so she gets one more day of rest before 1st match :)
Good luck against Kata Srebotnik tomorrow! :yeah:
Pictures of Anna practicing, taken by GoPin. :)
Anna lost 4-6 6-4 2-6 :sad:
I thought she will win it after the second set :( :sad:
Good luck in the next turnaments Anna!
Disappointing last two tournaments. Expecially considering she was in pretty good form before hand. :sad: :( :sad:
Now the grass season beckons. :unsure:
And there are a couple of pictures of Anna on Yahoo! Sports. :yeah:
Anna is playing doubles with Virginie Razzano
so she's still in tourney :)
Shahar will play doubles with Marion Bartoli
good luck to both :yeah:
Shahar won against Savchuk 1 and 1. Very easy win. :yeah:
Good luck to both in doubles. :kiss:
First match on court 16 tomorrow:
Virginie Razzano/Anna Smashnova (FRA/ISR) vs. Eleni Daniilidou/A. Medina Garrigues (GRE/ESP)
It's not going to be easy..
Pic of Shahar with a new RG outfit
Article in haaretz (in english)
Tennis / Peer coasts into second round in Paris
By Rami Hipsh
When Shahar Peer won the Istanbul Cup last week, some commentators feared she might repeat her downfall in the Rome Masters, where she lost in the first round after having won the Prague tournament just a few days earlier, when she took the courts at the outset of this week's French Open.
Peer dispeled those fears yesterday when she brushed aside Ukrainian Olga Savchuk 6-1, 6-1 in just 42 minutes in her first-round match.
"Shahar was outstanding throughout," said Peer's coach, Oded Ya'akov. "She was very aggressive, and didn't let her opponent into the game."
Savchuk, ranked 104 in the world, could not handle the 19-year-old Israeli's serve, and made 30 unforced errors as the 26th-ranked Peer broke serve six times for the easy win.
"Everything I did today worked out perfectly," Peer said after setting up a second-round encounter against Bulgaria's Tsvetana Pironkova, who notched a decisive 6-3, 6-2 win over Maria Sanchez Lorenzo of Spain. .
Ya'akov, who will part ways with Peer after the French Open despite her meteorical rise in the world rankings, said her mental preparation for the game had been superior to her opponent's.
"The previous game on the court took much longer than expected, but, unlike the Ukrainian, Shahar knew how to prepare herself and handle the wait. Her mental preparations helped her get into the match," Ya'akov said.
Despite the chilly weather in Paris yesterday, some 600 fans turned out on court 17 yesterday, with dozens of members of the local Jewish community vocally supporting Peer. "A lot of fans turned out to watch Shahar play and that was great for her," Ya'akov said. "It really helps her to have Israeli flags in the stands."
Pironkova is ranked 86 in the world, but the Bulgarian teenager beat the Israeli in their previous two encounters, once on the junior circuit and again on the senior circuit.
Edited - Pictures from Getty are not allowed. Sorry. Had to remove them, don't want to cause trouble.
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