Wow Jimmy these are terrific pictures - are you a professional photographer? What lens/ lenses did you use when you were there?
"She brought a fresh approach. It's for that that people loved to see her play.It's for that too that I hated to play her, I dreaded her unpredictability. I had lots of problems to sort out. It was seriously gruelling, a constant battle of tactics. Her exit is a huge loss. It's not like we will find a new Mauresmo tomorrow" - Justine Henin on Amélie Mauresmos retirement
Re: Jimmie's Photos - German Junior Indoor Championships 2012
She was pretty good. The match I saw was a beatdown, she won the second set 6-0 in record time. She made it into the SF where she lost today, the other three players in the SF were all top seeds.
She's young (turned 18 in April) and I can see her having a decent ITF career at least. Not sure she'll make it much further than that but she does have a promising looking forehand.
The results this week have to be put into perspective though as the "star players" among the German Juniors didn't even show up here. Carina Witthöft is busy with school and Antonia Lottner has chosen to skip this tournament in favor of preparing for the German Championships next week. There all top German players bar Kerber/Görges/Lisicki/Petkovic & Barthel will play, including Annika Beck. Willig will have to qualify to make it into the main draw.