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Old Nov 12th, 2012, 08:21 PM   #16
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I didn't realize so many Satellite events where held in your country. Seems like it's an important sport there so I hope we see a lot of good talent develop.

We all hope the same. Thanks for your nice wishes.
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Old Nov 12th, 2012, 09:16 PM   #17
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What about Ipek Soylu?
Eventhough I would love I don't think she is that talented though

I think Eraydin & Sezer are the ones to watch, and unfortunately I also don't see Buyukakcay reaching top100 in her carrer
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Re: The future of Turkish tennis?

I hope so! I support every young girl with a one-handed backhand.
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Eventhough I would love I don't think she is that talented though

I think Eraydin & Sezer are the ones to watch, and unfortunately I also don't see Buyukakcay reaching top100 in her carrer
But to win 7 titles in a year even at the Satellite level has to mean she is doing the work to try to succeed. She is going for an 8th title this week where she is the top seed in the event.
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But to win 7 titles in a year even at the Satellite level has to mean she is doing the work to try to succeed. She is going for an 8th title this week where she is the top seed in the event.
It only means she is good enough to win those tournaments doesn't mean she will be the next big thing. The important thing is the wins she gets, I mean the players she beats, and in that department she hasn't really had any great wins to get the 7 titles Only on the juniors you can see she beat good players including Bencic.

She is doing good on 10k but now the test is to see what she can do on 25k in 2013
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