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Old Jul 5th, 2008, 10:40 PM   #76
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Yeah, I hope she plays some more senior events. I noticed on the ITF calendar there was a $10,000 in Chiang Mai, which is where she comes from so I wonder if she will play there . Although I'd hope she would play more 25ks .

She has come under lots of scrutiny in the junior forum for being "over ranked" and having an "inflated ranking" and has been all kinds of names, and I just hope this run has shut them up.
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Old Jul 6th, 2008, 12:21 AM   #77
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Old Jul 6th, 2008, 04:17 AM   #78
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Noppawan finishes runner up at Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON England July 05, 2008
Noppawan Lertcheewakarn's dream of winning Junior Wimbledon was dashed as she was beaten by Britain's 14-year-old Laura Robson in the girl's singles final at All England Club, England on Saturday.

Britain's 14-year-old rising star Laura Robson lifts up the trophy with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 victory over Thailand's Noppawan Lertcheewakarn in one hour and 33 minutes final clash in front an 11,000-strong crowd on Court One. Robson, the youngest left-hander in 64-player main draw, served four aces and won seven of the 13 break points she held, whereas the Chiangmai native had the one ace and clinched five of her 12 break points.

" It was tough when all the people were clapping for her. It was a lot of pressure on me, I was ready for that but it was a first time like this. I was really nervous and she played well today. At the beginning of the third set she do two unbelievable balls, hit winners on the line two times after long rallies and afterwards I was a little bit down. " said Noppawan, 16-year-old world No.5 who became the second Thai girl to reach the Junior Wimbledon final since Tamarine Tanasugarn in 1995.

" I was thinking I usually don't get this many people watching my matches. I think I lost the second set because I started getting annoyed with myself. So I sat down after the second set and I thought , well if I want to win this, then I have to change my attitude. " said Robson who become the first British Junior Wimbledon champion since Annabel Croft in 1984 and the next youngest after Martina Hingis in 1994 at 13 years old.
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Old Jul 6th, 2008, 04:29 AM   #79
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Yeah, I hope she plays some more senior events. I noticed on the ITF calendar there was a $10,000 in Chiang Mai, which is where she comes from so I wonder if she will play there . Although I'd hope she would play more 25ks .

She has come under lots of scrutiny in the junior forum for being "over ranked" and having an "inflated ranking" and has been all kinds of names, and I just hope this run has shut them up.
She has already won her first 25K ITF title this year in Indonesia, beating Gumulya in SF. She won't play 10K tournament anymore. But she will play 10K in Thailand. The tournament is taking place in Chiangmai, where she was born there. And she will play 25K tournament in Japan and Australia.

She will skip US open because her manager don't let her play. But Nok said she will be in ITF team to play US Open.

Now she don't have coach. She will work with her official coach, a guy from USA, staring from this month.
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that a good news!! i just want her to play more ITF level.
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She has already won her first 25K ITF title this year in Indonesia, beating Gumulya in SF. She won't play 10K tournament anymore. But she will play 10K in Thailand. The tournament is taking place in Chiangmai, where she was born there. And she will play 25K tournament in Japan and Australia.

She will skip US open because her manager don't let her play. But Nok said she will be in ITF team to play US Open.

Now she don't have coach. She will work with her official coach, a guy from USA, staring from this month.
Thanks for the info.

So Nok will be going to the US Open after all?
Although it will be a great experience, I wouldn't mind seeing her skip it to use her AER.

Seeing she's just inside the Top 500 right now, it wouldn't be wrong for her to still play some $10Ks, IMO. Good to hear that she'll be playing in Japan & Australia.
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I share your confusion, danker......what do you exactly mean, Jiro, will she or won't she participate at the US Open? (I mean: will skip and will play aren't both possible) If she was to play the US Open, though, it should probably be her last Junior GS, cuz I don't think players (especially girls) should play Junior GS in their 18th year.

I do hope her coach is gonna put some hard work into her serve, because with a serve like that she probably won't ever be anything more than an also-ran.....like a new Dementieva, or something
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Old Jul 7th, 2008, 08:41 AM   #83
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I share your confusion, danker......what do you exactly mean, Jiro, will she or won't she participate at the US Open? (I mean: will skip and will play aren't both possible) If she was to play the US Open, though, it should probably be her last Junior GS, cuz I don't think players (especially girls) should play Junior GS in their 18th year.

I do hope her coach is gonna put some hard work into her serve, because with a serve like that she probably won't ever be anything more than an also-ran.....like a new Dementieva, or something
Just talked to Nok's big boss, and confirmed that Nok will play US Open. And she will play more professional tournaments next year.

Chuck Kriese will be her new coach.
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Noppawan to turn pro
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Noppawan Lertcheewakarn intends to turn professional next year.

The 17-year-old Wimbledon Junior Girls finalist said she hoped to compete in the Australian Open, but first wants to work on some important aspects of her game.

"The Wimbledon final was good experience for me," said Noppawan, who is nicknamed "Nok".

"I felt the pressure from the crowd and I know I need to steady my temperament a little.

"I would like to play in the qualifying round in Australia and then try and get a good result like at Wimbledon.

"I have to train hard and work on my first serve, which is a problem."
Noppawan said she will now concentrate on collecting as many points as possible to break into the top 400.

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Just talked to Nok's big boss, and confirmed that Nok will play US Open. And she will play more professional tournaments next year.

Chuck Kriese will be her new coach.

Why does she have a "big boss"? Who is this person? Can you explain the setup? Why can she not be her own boss?
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Nok's name is entered on the list for $25K Obihiro, JPN. Hope she does play.

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Nok's schedule after Wimby.

Jul 28 Obihiro, JPN 25K Carpet O

Aug 11 Chiangmai, THA 10K Hard O

Aug 24 Quebec, CAN G1 Hard O

Aug 31 US Open, New York, USA GA Hard O

Sep 08 Lexington, USA G1 Hard O
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Nok's name is entered on the list for $25K Obihiro, JPN. Hope she does play.

http://www.itftennis.com/womens/tour...order=Position
Actually she does not like playing on the Art. Grass in Japan. But there is no tournament to play.
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Nok's schedule after Wimby.

Jul 28 Obihiro, JPN 25K Carpet O

Aug 11 Chiangmai, THA 10K Hard O

Aug 24 Quebec, CAN G1 Hard O

Aug 31 US Open, New York, USA GA Hard O

Sep 08 Lexington, USA G1 Hard O
Wow, 3 junior tourneys!

Was hoping she'd play the $25Ks in Australia/Japan around the same time.
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Actually she does not like playing on the Art. Grass in Japan. But there is no tournament to play.
Yeah, there are so few $25K+ events in Asia this year...
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