focus on COCO VANDEWEGHE:
Yes for sure Coco seems to be back on track....After a 2012 breakthrough year with a career high in the Top 70....Coco had some trouble to confirm that new status...
September has been a great month for her...
Reaching the 2nd round at the USO after qualifying ousting 5th seed/n°104 Shuai Zang in the qualies. She capitalizes a pretty good toss in the main draw beating another qualifer n°158 Krunic before losing in a decent match vs 18th seed/n°20 Suarez Navarro.
Then she made it to the final round at Quebec City $235K upsetting 2nd seed/n°162 former Top 60 Kudryavtseva en route before losing to n°150 and former n°35 Karantcheva.
she followed her journey with 2 challengers:
QF at Albuquerque ousting 5th seed/n°139 Daniilidou (former Top 15) before falling to Top seed/n°59 Riske
She finished Runner-up at Las Vegas $50K losing to n°141 (former n°31) compatriot Oudin....
she had a good challenge to target...with a ranking that could make her get into the MD at the Australian Open 2014...if she can play a couple of good tournaments in the next few weeks...
FOCUS ON SACHIA VICKERY
Sachia is one of the hot US rookies who see her ranking rises this year.
Finishing 2012 at n° 389, she's now breaking the Top 200 at only 18 y.o
On the challenger circuit:
2 SF (Innisbrook 25K and El Paso 25K
4 QF (Albuquerque $75K, Yakima $50K, Waterloo $50k and Surprise $25K)
In the main circuit, a noticeable appearance at the US Open where she got a WC and won the 1rst round beating experienced qualifier n°118/former n°32 Lucic Baroni
Let's see what she can achieve next year....a girl to follow