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Old Jun 19th, 2013, 11:46 PM   #1
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Sandra Samir

I thought I would create an separate Thread for Sandra consider she doing pretty well an getting known more, She atm is Currently rank 45 in Juniors & Career High rank has been 37, This is also her first year playing Junior Slams she made the second round at both Aussie open and RG Juniors Slams. She has won two title so far this year





Biography

Name: Sandra Samir
Born: November 4, 1997 (16 years old)
Birth Place: Giza, Egypt
Right Handed: (Double Handed Backhand)
Coach: Ali Shquri & Khaled Farouk
Trains: Advantage Tennis Academy
Age Started Tennis: 5
Favourite Surface: Hard & Clay
Favourite Player: The Williams Sisters, Rodger Federer and Kim Clijsters
Career High WTA Ranking: 1213
Career High ITF Junior Ranking: 13
Current ITF Junior Ranking: 21


Titles Won & Achievements

2010 14&U ITF/CAT African 14 & Under Circuit
2011 14&U ITF/CAT African Junior Circuit - Botswana
2011 14&U Idom Cup
2011 18&U Egypt ITF Junior Tournament Grade 5
2012 18&U 12th Carthago Cup Grade 4
2012 18&U International Junior Championship Grade 5
2013 18&U ITF/CAT African Closed Junior 18 & Under Championships Grade B2
2013 18&U NWU PUKKE/RVTA Junior ITF 1 Grade 2
2014 18&U ITF Juniors Tennis Club Hammamet, Tunisia, G2
2014 18&U ITF/CAT African Closed Junior 18 & Under Championships, Morocco, GB2

Doubles
2011 14&U Idom Cup
2014 18&U ITF/CAT African Closed Junior 18 & Under Championships, Morocco, GB2
2014 18&U USTA International Spring Championships, G1
2014 18&U 2nd African Youth Games Gaborone 2014 Olympic (Bronze Medal)
2014 18&U 2nd African Youth Games Gaborone 2014 Olympic (Mixed Doubles Gold Medal)

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Old Jun 19th, 2013, 11:51 PM   #2
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The last time Egypt had a Grand Slam champion was in 1964 when a 16-year-old Ismail El Shafei won the Boys’ Singles title at Wimbledon as a junior.

El Shafei would go on to become the country’s highest-ranked player and the only one to crack the top 40 in the world rankings. Since then, Egypt has seen no top-100 players on either the women’s or men’s tennis circuits.

Last week at Roland Garros in Paris, however, there were signs that we might finally witness an Egyptian tennis champion in the near future.

On Court 14 at Stade de Roland Garros, only a few feet behind the magnificent Court Suzanne Lenglen where eventual finalist David Ferrer was playing his fourth round, Egypt’s Sandra Samir battled for three grueling hours to win her first round in the girls’ singles tournament.

The next day, the 15-year-old won her first round in doubles.

For a teenager making her debut at the prestigious Roland Garros, Samir certainly left an impression, as she hit one huge groundstroke after another, showcasing aggressive style and intelligent tactics that implied she was mature beyond her age.

Hampered by a shoulder injury, Samir lost in three tight sets in the second round, but she later said Paris has not seen the last of her yet.

“I still have three more years to come back here as a junior; this was my first Roland Garros,” Samir said in the French capital.

“It was an amazing experience. My dreams are way beyond winning the Roland Garros junior title, but of course winning it would be a great thing. It would be a big step for me moving forward.”

Two weeks earlier, Samir was taking her I’dadiya exams for both the first and second terms on the same day since she missed the first term tests while playing the Australian Open – the opening Grand Slam of the season. She made the second round there too.

Samir also helped Egypt secure promotion from Group III to Group II in the Fed Cup for the first time in the country’s history.

Since last October, Samir has won three African titles – in 16 and under and 18 and under tournaments – which saw her peak at 37 in the world junior rankings. However her Grand Slam performances have forced the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to take notice and choose her to join their touring team which includes only a handful of handpicked players from developing countries. She was picked in previous years as well in different age groups.

This year, the ITF Touring Team provides Samir with the unique opportunity to play a series of tournaments, including Roland Garros and Wimbledon, over an eight-week period where she will face the toughest girls on the tennis circuit.

“I’m following very much what Sandra is doing and we’re trying to really help her,” says Frank Couraud, the Development Projects Administrator at the ITF.

“She had a big win at Roland Garros. That was a very important win for her because her opponent is ranked 20 in the world and she’s born in 1997, the same year as her, and Sandra beat her in three sets.

“So I’m very, very pleased. And I think Sandra has the potential to be a champion. I do believe that because you see when she’s on court, she knows what she wants. She absolutely showed a lot of maturity. I hope she continues. She’s definitely a fighter and she’s got the physical ability as well.

“She really wants it and I think this is something you can’t give to a player, you have it inside or you don’t. I think she’s got a chance to follow Ons Jabeur or maybe do even better than her.”

Ons Jabeur is an 18-year-old Tunisian who won the Roland Garros junior title in 2011 to become the first ever Arab woman to win a Grand Slam trophy.

Samir hopes she can follow suit and go even beyond that.

Currently competing on the junior circuit that includes players between 13 and 18 years old, Samir plans on moving up to the women’s tour after Wimbledon. She is eager to a taste of what it’s like on the professional circuit; where the players are older and significantly stronger.

“By the end of the year I hope that I’m in the top 10 in the ITF junior rankings, and top 300 or 400 in the WTA [senior rankings],” says Samir, who is coached in Cairo by Khaled Farouk and sometimes trains in California at Mahmoud Karim’s academy.

“I will start playing on the women’s circuit. I will be starting from scratch, I have to forget all about my success in juniors and build something new on the women’s tour. It will be tough but I need to start now and if you want to do it you will do it.

“Entering that world as a 15-year-old of course is tough. But I believe I can do it. I go online and download fitness programmes and I’m willing to put in the work to prepare myself physically.”

One of Samir’s virtues that stood out the most in Paris was her mental toughness, which in tennis can be worth far more than technique or power. She credits her father for helping her build that edge by allowing her to travel with the 14 and under ITF Touring Team.

“When I was 13, I travelled alone for two months, washing my own clothes, packing my own bags, preparing my gear, getting my racquets strung, taking care of myself,” explains Samir. “I have to give credit to my dad who wanted me to get that experience early on. Thanks to him, I am mentally stronger than many players I face. Of course I break down sometimes, but I manage to recover and refocus during the match.

“My mother is also always there for me. She knows exactly what to say to me. Mentally she plays a big factor. She always analyses my psyche the right way. She wouldn’t go technical, but emotionally, she knows how to stabilise me.”

With the proper financial support that can ensure Samir gets the proper coaching and funds to travel to tournaments, she can truly go all the way and become Egypt’s first ever top 100 female player. The question is, will sponsors take notice and help her continue her path? Time will tell.

She’s heading to Wimbledon in a few weeks, where she will surely turn some heads. Egypt had better be watching.
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There were mixed fortunes for juniors Sandra Samir and Mazen Osama, the only two Arabs playing at Roland Garros this fortnight, as the girls and boys singles tournaments kicked off in Paris on Sunday.

Samir, a 15-year-old Egyptian, laboured for three hours and two minutes to overcome Ukraine’s Helen Ploskina 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 to advance to the second round.

The reigning African junior champion, was serving for the opening set at 5-3 but lost four games in a row to give Ploskina a one set lead. Samir was the aggressor throughout the match but her opponent frustrated her with her consistency, simply putting every ball back in play, hitting almost zero winners but just as few unforced errors.

The Egyptian was broken in the fifth game of the second set but struck back immediately and a change in her tactics paid off, as she stepped into the court and used sharper angles to break in the eighth game and go on to snatch the second and third sets and a place in the second round.

“She’s unbelievable, I was told that she will bring back every single ball but I never imagined it would be to that extent,” Samir told Sport360 of her opponent after the win.

“I was hitting the ball really hard and attacking but she has control and she has the legs to back it up. And she makes almost zero mistakes.

“However I’ve been working very hard on stepping inside the court during practice and taking the ball early. And I find it very stupid to work so hard on something for three, four months and not use it during a match when you’re really supposed to. That’s why I didn’t give up.”

Playing her second Grand Slam, after making her debut in Australia earlier this year, Samir says she wasn’t very intimidated by the grandeur of the venue and the junior world No44 is looking to go farther in the tournament.

“I feel like I belong here and when I get to see my idols like Serena Williams, I’m thinking ‘I hope I will see you on the Tour in two years’ time,” added Samir, who is struggling with a cold and hopes to recover from her three-hour battle in time for her second round tomorrow.

“My body is a machine, if I want it to deliver I have to treat it right, so I will do my best to get rid of this cold and I need to get a massage and an ice bath to make sure I’m ready for my next match.”

Meanwhile, Samir’s compatriot Mazen Osama suffered a 6-4, 6-0 defeat to No8 seed Borna Coric in 69 minutes. “It was a tough first round, I was playing the world No8 and couldn’t find my rhythm,” said the 38th-ranked Osama, who still has a shot at redemption in doubles today.

“My goal is to end the year ranked in the top-10 of the junior world rankings. I was ranked as high as 24 before but my ranking dropped a bit because I’ve been playing some Futures on the men’s circuit. But hopefully I’ll reach the top-10 soon.”
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Playing 14th Gerry Weber Junior Open, Germany



(1)Camila Giangreco Campiz (PAR) d. Justina Mikulskyte (LTU) 63 62
Carolina Meligeni Rodrigues Alves (BRA) d. Lizette Cabrera (AUS) 61 64
Marika Akkerman (CAN) d. (wc)Tanja Klee (GER) 75 60
(8)Sandra Samir (EGY) d. Barbara Haas (AUT) 76(6) 62

(4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) d. (wc)Valentini Grammatikopoulou (GRE) 64 36 61
Maria Fernanda Herazo Gonzalez (COL) d. Britt Geukens (BEL) 26 75 76(6)
(Q)Yana Morderger (GER) d. (Q)Lisa Ponomar (GER) 36 63 62
Iryna Shymanovich (BLR) d. (5)Alejandra Cisneros (MEX) 63 62

(6)Domenica Gonzalez (ECU) d. Kyoka Okamura (JPN) 63 16 76(4)
(wc)Tayisiya Morderger (GER) d. Katernya Sliusar (UKR) 60 62
(Q)Ana Bianca Mihaila (ROU) d. Rasheeda McAdoo (USA) 61 63
(3)Victoria Rodriguez (MEX) d. (Q)Marie-Alexande Leduc (CAN) 75 63

(7)Viktoriya Lushkova (UKR) d. Akvile Parazinskaite (LTU) 62 61
Aliona Bolsova Zadoinov (ESP) d. (wc)Katharina Gerlach (GER) 75 75
Bianka Bekefi (HUN) d. Sara Tomic (AUS) 64 64
(2)Constanza Vega (ARG) d. Laura Ucros (COL) 63 62
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(1)Camila Giangreco Campiz (PAR) d. Carolina Meligeni Rodrigues Alves (BRA) 62 62
(8)Sandra Samir (EGY) d. Marika Akkerman (CAN) 63 64
(4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) d. Maria Fernanda Herazo Gonzalez (COL) 36 60 62
Iryna Shymanovich (BLR) d. (Q)Yana Morderger (GER) 61 61

(wc)Tayisiya Morderger (GER) d. (6)Domenica Gonzalez (ECU) 62 62
(3)Victoria Rodriguez (MEX) d. (Q)Ana Bianca Mihaila (ROU) 64 64
(7)Viktoriya Lushkova (UKR) d. Aliona Bolsova Zadoinov (ESP) 62 63
(2)Constanza Vega (ARG) d. Bianka Bekefi (HUN) 63 67(5) 62
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Won her Quarterfinal match into the Semifinals

QF (8)Sandra Samir (EGY) d. (1)Camila Giangreco Campiz (PAR) 63 36 63
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SF (8)Sandra Samir (EGY) vs (4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR)
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lost in the Semifinals (4)Anhelina Kalinina (UKR) d. (8)Sandra Samir (EGY) 36 75 60
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her side of the draw for AEGON Junior International Roehampton

Camila Giangreco Campiz [7] v. Sandra Samir
WC Maia Lumsden v. Q Szabina Szlavikovics
Hikari Yamaoto v. Iryna Shymanovich
WC Mirabelle Njoze v. Ipek Soylu [10]
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Lost in the First round (7)Camila Giangreco Campiz (PAR) d. Sandra Samir (EGY) 36 64 62

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Main Draw for Junior Wimbledon

(5)Taylor Townsend (USA) v Iryna Shymanovich (BLR)
Sandra Samir (EGY) v (Q)
Constanza Vega (ARG) v (wc)Lana Rush (GBR)
(11/wc)Karin Kennel (SUI) v Kristina Schmiedlova (SVK)
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Double Draw

(6)Chirico/Cisneros (USA/MEX) v Kontaveit/Ostapenko (EST/LAT)
Chiesa/Fett (ITA/CRO) v Buayam/Hsu (THA/TPE)
Ip/Ivanova (HKG/USA) v Samir/Xu (EGY/CHN)
(2)Bencic/Uberalova (SUI/SVK) v Christie/Taylor (GBR/GBR)
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Won her first round, Plays Taylor Next gonna be tough

Sandra Samir (EGY) d. (Q)Deborah Chiesa (ITA) 46 61 75
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Her next march will be very tough indeed..
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^ I like Taylor Townsend but I like too see Sandra breakthrough at an slam & go up in Junior ranking, today she hit around 37 winners but made alot errors as well if she can cut down on errors she might can cause the upset due too the fact Taylor didn't start off well as well in her first match, I say it an 50/50 chance she win.
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