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Armeec Sep 19th, 2006 01:45 AM

Kremlin Cup 2006
 
Nastya will get WC to qualification КК!

http://www.allsport.ru/index.php?id=1964

It is her first adult tournament.
Удачи!

Derek. Sep 19th, 2006 03:37 AM

Thanks for the information! :D

Good luck Nastya! :yeah:

Foot's Fingers Sep 19th, 2006 12:33 PM

good news

TheBoiledEgg Sep 19th, 2006 12:50 PM

Nastya ;) :yeah: :D :)
good luck Nastya ;) :D

a few yrs ago Nastya would have gotten a maindraw WC but too many players now.

Epigone Sep 19th, 2006 05:42 PM

Excellent news :bounce:

The next task will be to qualify for the MD :cool:

KV Sep 19th, 2006 06:02 PM

Good expected Nastya to get the WC. Has done enough to deserve this. :)

russophile Sep 26th, 2006 03:12 AM

A bright contingent of junior stars ready to shine




By Jerry Magee
UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
September 19, 2006

At 15, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia is the world's ranking junior girls tennis player, her ranking exceeding those of 18-year-olds. She has played World Team Tennis for the Sacramento Capitals.

During the junior phase of the U.S. Open (which she would win), Pavlyuchenkova was playing one of her matches before an audience that included two tennis instructors familiar with the progress of Coco Vandeweghe, a 14-year-old from Rancho Santa Fe who is viewed as a tennis prospect of the highest sort.



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Comparisons were sought.
Said Lorne Kuhle of the Bobby Riggs Tennis Club in Encinitas: “To me, this girl could not play with the pros, but when I watched Coco play at the Acura Classic, she was right there with a pro (Katerina Bondarenko). Potential wise, Coco can go out and play with pros right now. If she were playing with them, her game would skyrocket, just like it did for Serena Williams. Boom! She took off.”

Said Larry Willens, a volunteer assistant coach at San Diego State: “This girl's game is just very, very solid. The thing that stands out about her is that she works the point, uses all the court, just does a lot of different things. She has no weakness at all.”

Pavlyuchenkova is a name for the game's future books. From Samara, Russia, she is poised, advanced tactically and appears very fit. The No. 1 seed in the Open's junior competition, she upheld her seeding by defeating Tamira Paszek of Austria, a No. 11 seed, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 in the final.


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