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neospecialist Dec 3rd, 2007 01:57 AM

Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Are any of the juniors currently playing( Shlomo,Glushko etc.)showing any real promise for the future? Is Shahar Peer going to be alone in representing Israel in the top 100 after Tzipi Obziler retires?

ronim1 Dec 4th, 2007 05:52 AM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
These days final rounds of the Israeli Cup are held.
Glushko, Keren and others are participating.
I think this month also the Israeli Championships Tournament will take place.

Regarding your second question, it's going to take a while until we hopefully will have another player in the top 100 ( this is true also for the men).

kittyking Dec 4th, 2007 06:00 AM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Julia Glushko is very dedicated to the sport, she's been watching it most of her life and the majority of the time she's not playing or watching it she's reading books on it.

No doubt in my mind that she will be a top 100 player, but saying that she will pace herself (she doesn't want to burn out by age 20).

justine schnyder Dec 9th, 2007 09:18 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Glushko is the only one I can think of, but she's really inconsistent, even to her level (The loss in the Orange ball)
So I really don't know.. Maybe we should wait to next generation from girls 14?
What do you think?

neospecialist Dec 14th, 2007 12:34 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Any comments on these players ranked just below Glushko?

121 ASTRUGO, Chen ISR 25 Feb 1990 220 40.00 *260.00 N
210 ALIEV, Angelika ISR 14 Aug 1991 160 18.75 178.75 N
235 MISHOR, Efrat ISR 20 Dec 1989 115 48.75 163.75 Y

justine schnyder Dec 14th, 2007 01:40 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by neospecialist (Post 12116204)
Any comments on these players ranked just below Glushko?

121 ASTRUGO, Chen ISR 25 Feb 1990 220 40.00 *260.00 N
210 ALIEV, Angelika ISR 14 Aug 1991 160 18.75 178.75 N
235 MISHOR, Efrat ISR 20 Dec 1989 115 48.75 163.75 Y

I never heard about an achievment by Agelika, and about Mishor and Astrugo, I don't think they have much potenisial since they too old to breaktrough into the top 1000..

ronim1 Dec 15th, 2007 06:12 AM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by justine schnyder (Post 12116334)
I never heard about an achievment by Agelika, and about Mishor and Astrugo, I don't think they have much potenisial since they too old to breaktrough into the top 1000..

Sadly I have to agree

ronim1 Dec 15th, 2007 02:40 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by neospecialist (Post 12116204)
Any comments on these players ranked just below Glushko?

121 ASTRUGO, Chen ISR 25 Feb 1990 220 40.00 *260.00 N
210 ALIEV, Angelika ISR 14 Aug 1991 160 18.75 178.75 N
235 MISHOR, Efrat ISR 20 Dec 1989 115 48.75 163.75 Y

I think you can add MASURI, Ester to this list. For the first time, she succeeded to advance to the second round of an ITF event,$25,000 Lagos, where she advanced as LL.

Hopefully we will hear more of her.

justine schnyder Dec 15th, 2007 04:22 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ronim1 (Post 12121043)
I think you can add MASURI, Ester to this list. For the first time, she succeeded to advance to the second round of an ITF event,$25,000 Lagos, where she advanced as LL.

Hopefully we will hear more of her.

Hope so too.
Good luck to her! :yeah:

neospecialist Dec 16th, 2007 10:12 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by justine schnyder (Post 12116334)
I never heard about an achievment by Agelika, and about Mishor and Astrugo, I don't think they have much potenisial since they too old to breaktrough into the top 1000..

Now we have.

Mumbai G-4 Juniors 12-15-07

Final
Angelika Aliev ISR d. Tanvi Shah IND 63 62

Meteor Shower Dec 16th, 2007 10:16 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Yay, Angelika :) She is a great talent from what I heard.
I expected more from Astrugo and Shlomo by now, but who knows, maybe the breakthrough will come soon.

נ.ב מזל טוב על הזכייה בביג בראדר :) דאבל ישראלי עם ההישרדות שלי :p
שליטה ישראלית בפורום :lol:

ronim1 Dec 17th, 2007 05:30 AM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Well, we have maybe another new prospect fot the future.
COHEN, Jessica ,born 1991 from France, ranked 672 in the Juniors,made Allyah and is playing in the Israeli Chanpionships this week.
Good luck to her.

And of course the comeback of Evgenia Linetskaya.
If she will be able to compete a whole year, she is the biggest hope for the next years to come.

justine schnyder Dec 17th, 2007 02:15 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
That's good for Angelika I hope she'll keep it up.

From the young girls I think Denise Hazaniuk (דניז חזניוק) can have a good future.
She isn't 13 yet, plays the national now she's in the 2nd round after beating Mihal Yogev in the 1st round, but the 2nd round is probably against Lintsakia..
She also reached the SF or the nationals for girls 16!

Kutuzova Dec 17th, 2007 03:36 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
what about Liat Zimmerman?..she is only 13

justine schnyder Dec 17th, 2007 06:47 PM

Re: Israeli hopes for the future?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kutuzova (Post 12130136)
what about Liat Zimmerman?..she is only 13

Oh yeah, forgot about her, I hope she'll have a good future too :cool:


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