Dia definitely has the chance to be in the top-200, 150 results-wise, but it seems that she always needs time to improve. She has enough of that I am sure. You can see that e.g. at her results against Penkova. First the matches were very tough, now they are quite loopsided against her (in two sets). She seems to improve slowly, but doesn't stop. I would also consider Gancheva as promising, but I don'T know how much she wants to play actually.
Magdalena Maleeva's last words at her send-off:
"There is a saying that there is no friendship in tennis, but I've proven the opposite. After all of them are here, it means that there is friendship and I want to thank them for being here tonight. I hope the fans are happy too."
My blog about my semester spent in China (bilingual in both German and English):
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