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Old Jun 22nd, 2011, 11:02 PM   #4036
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Old Jul 4th, 2011, 09:32 PM   #4037
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TENNIS: Life on the WTA Tour is a grind, but Vandeweghe still has big ambition

By BRIAN HIRO bhiro@nctimes.com | Posted: Monday, July 4, 2011 6:00 am


CoCo Vandeweghe has never been so happy to fly coach.
During a changeover in Atlanta on her recent flight back from London, where she played in her first Wimbledon to cap a two-month excursion through Europe, the 19-year-old tennis pro from Rancho Santa Fe retreated from the first-class section to find a row of three seats unoccupied. Bone-weary from life on the road, Vandeweghe lied down and fell dead asleep.

She landed after midnight on June 24 and, two days later, she was still recovering ---- from the jet lag and the cumulative effect of excessive travel.

"When I was told about the whole European swing being a grind," Vandeweghe said, "it was definitely not underestimated in any sense of the word."

When casual American tennis fans think of the sport as it exists across the pond, they think of the glamour and prestige of the French Open and Wimbledon. But there's more to it than that. Vandeweghe, for example, left San Diego on April 24 ---- Easter Sunday. In order, she then played clay-court tournaments in Madrid, Rome and Brussels leading up to Roland Garros in Paris, and grass tournaments in Birmingham (England), Holland and Eastbourne (England) leading up to Wimbledon.

Of course, it didn't help Vandeweghe's experience that she lost either in qualifying or in the first round of seven of the eight events, causing her world ranking to slide from a career high of 89th achieved in mid-April down to 102nd. The overall demands of the trip, and the disappointing results on it, prompted Tauna Vandeweghe to have a heart-to-heart with her daughter when she returned from the longest stretch away from home of her young life.

"I said, 'CoCo, you know, this isn't worth it. This is too much stress. Why don't you take some time off? Let's do something else' " Tauna Vandeweghe said. "I probably say this five or six times a year, and every time I get the same comment: 'Are you crazy? I love this. I'm gonna be the best.' "

In the continuing education of CoCo Vandeweghe, who was pegged as the next U.S. female tennis star as early as 2008, this is perhaps the most important lesson ---- that even after absorbing the hard knocks of the WTA Tour, both on and off the court, she still has a burning desire to play tennis for a living, to pursue her audacious childhood ambition to be the greatest in the world.

"Growing up, I saw the Grand Slams on TV and would go to the La Costa tournament. I figured that was the pro tour," Vandeweghe said. "I didn't know about the sacrifices you have to make, where you've dedicated yourself to a lifestyle and that is what you want to do. But I definitely think it's worth it, what I've done to get to the point where I am."

Though she doesn't turn 20 until December, Vandeweghe is years behind many of her tour rivals when it comes to tennis seasoning. The daughter of a U.S. Olympian in swimming and volleyball and the niece of former NBA standout Kiki Vandeweghe, the 6-foot-1 CoCo played multiple team sports as a kid and didn't so much as pick up a racket until she was 11. She even logged a year of high school tennis at La Costa Canyon, virtually unheard of for world-class players.

Vandeweghe, however, proved to be a remarkably quick study, in addition to being blessed with tremendous athletic genes. By 16, she burst on to the national scene by winning the U.S. Open juniors tournament, and last summer she won five straight matches ---- including an upset of world top-10 Vera Zvonareva ---- to reach the quarterfinals of the hometown Mercury Insurance Open.

Now comes the really hard part. It's one thing to ascend from 746th in the world to 89th, as Vandeweghe did between the end of 2007 and April of this year. It's quite another to crack the truly rarefied air of the top 50, to say nothing of the top 10.

"Once you get to the real tour, there are no easy matches," she said. "All these girls are gunning for the same spot and the next position in the draw."

Last November's Fed Cup provided an illustration of how highly Vandeweghe is regarded in the U.S. tennis community, and yet how far she still must go to reach her intended station. In the final against Italy at San Diego's Valley View Casino Center, an American team without the injured Venus and Serena Williams turned twice to Vandeweghe, and she lost both matches in straight sets as the hosts fell 3-1 in the best-of-five series.

"It was a great honor to play for my country," Vandeweghe said. "The sort of pressure that comes along with it was a heck of an experience that I wouldn't trade for anything. But I wish I could have won a match. I let down my team and my country, so that feeling bugged for me a while. It wasn't the easiest thing to deal with."

Vandeweghe still technically lives at home in Rancho Santa Fe with her mother, stepfather and two young siblings, although she also has a place in Newport Beach ---- "It's basically a storage room," she said ---- to be closer to one of her two coaches, Robert Van't Hof of the Palisades Tennis Club.

Her other coach ---- the one she travels to tournaments with ---- is Tom Gullikson, a former U.S. Davis Cup captain and one of the founding members of the U.S. Tennis Association player development program, through which he developed such stars as Jennifer Capriati, Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish. The problem is that Gullikson is based in Palm Coast, Fla., near the USTA training center in Boca Raton, so Vandeweghe often has to fly across the country for training sessions.

Add it to the list of inconveniences Vandeweghe is willing to put up with to achieve her goals. The primary objectives for the rest of this season are to improve her world ranking to the point that she can enter more main draws of tournaments (as opposed to having to go through qualifying) and to curb the inconsistency that causes her to lose matches to players whom she outclasses physically.

"I want to get my bad tennis a lot closer to my good tennis, having that margin a lot closer than what it is right now," Vandeweghe said. "That's what the best players do, but I'm encouraged with how I've been doing. I've had some great tournaments, and I've also taken my lumps. This European tour was not the easiest, but you have to go with it. I have to learn from my mistakes and improve from there."

So she'll play a week of World Team Tennis for the colorfully named Boston Lobsters from July 5-13, and she'll play in a tournament at Stanford in late July, and she'll return to try to recapture some magic at the La Costa event in early August. Beyond that lies her fifth U.S. Open and many more trips she has yet to schedule.

The road is long and hard. The prize ---- No. 1 in the world ---- is great.

CoCo Vandeweghe forges on.
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Overall i think it was a very informative article about CoCo's life on tour. I know her mom only wants the best for CoCo and is a great lady, i don't know how thrilled i am about her suggesting CoCo " try something else out" right before the US hard courts . Anyways, i like how CoCo is sticking to her guns and moving forward with her tennis career. I wish her the best at the upcoming US tourneys. I also hope to see her play this summer at a Team Tennis stop and at the USO
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Coco is playing WTT. She's been playing three matches every day for Boston Lobsters.

July 5th
vs New York Sportimes 25 - 16

Vandeweghe/Washington def. Spears/O'Brien 5-3
Vandeweghe def. Spears 5-4
Butorac/Vandeweghe def. Bogdanovic/O'Brien 5-3

July 6th
vs New York Sportimes 16-21

Vandeweghe lost to Hingis 2-5
Butorac/Vandeweghe def. Jones/Hingis 5-3
Vandeweghe/Washington lost to Hingis/Spears/O'Brien 1-5

July 7th
vs Washinton Kastle 10-25

Vandeweghe/Washington lost to Stubbs/Williams 2-5
Butorac/Vandeweghe lost to Paes/Williams 1-5
Vandeweghe lost to S.Williams 4-5
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By Adam Kurkjian | Wednesday, July 6, 2011 | http://www.bostonherald.com | Tennis



MIDDLETON — After last year, the Boston Lobsters know that they don’t necessarily have to get off to a roaring start to the season to make a run at the World Team Tennis title.

They’d just prefer to.

And that’s exactly what the Lobsters did in last night’s opener at Ferncroft Country Club against the New York Sportimes. The Lobsters won, 25-16, sweeping all five events to avenge last year’s loss to New York in the Eastern Conference final.

“It’s great to come out and have a win in the first match back,” said Jan-Michael Gambill, who led off with a 5-2 win over Jesse Witten in men’s singles. “I think I set a pretty good tone, played a pretty good first set.”
The Lobsters, who got off to a 3-6 start in 2010, never trailed.

Coco Vandeweghe made her presence felt in three different events, leading the Lobsters to wins in women’s singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles. Vandeweghe teamed with doubles specialist Eric Butorac in mixed doubles to close out the match with a 5-3 win after rallying for a 5-4 (5-4 super-tiebreaker) victory in women’s singles over Abigail Spears.

“(Coach) Bud (Schultz) asked me if I could play the mix and I’d never actually played mixed before — ever,” said Vandeweghe. “So I was stoked to play mixed and to play with Eric.”

Vandeweghe and newcomer Mashona Washington kept the momentum going in women’s doubles, as they broke Katie O’Brien and Spears’ serve in the first game en route to a 5-3 win and an overall 10-5 Lobsters lead. Washington served up the winning point.

Butorac and Gambill dropped the first game in men’s doubles but broke Witten and Alex Bogdanovic on the ensuing point. Each pairing then held serve into the super-tiebreaker, where Butorac and Gambill earned a break on the third point to pick up the 5-4 win that gave the Lobsters a 15-9 lead.

The Lobsters will be in New York for a rematch tonight against the Sportimes, followed by a visit to the Washington Kastles tomorrow before returning home Friday to host the Philadelphia Freedoms. James Blake rejoins the Lobsters on Friday.
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July 6, 2011 Vandeweghe, Lobsters rock in season opening win over NY Sportimes

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MIDDLETON — The Boston Lobsters pro tennis team opened its season against the New York Sportimes last night at the Ferncroft Country Club, and the many fans in attendance left happy with what they had witnessed.

The Lobsters won all five matches as "Crustacean Nation" favorite Coco Vandeweghe was out on the court for three separate matches: women's singles, women's doubles and, for the first time in her career, mixed doubles.
The final result was a 25-16 victory over the Lobsters over New York.

"It was a good start; everyone played well. but I really liked the number of pressure situations we came through in," said Lobsters head coach Bud Schultz, who then shifted gears and talked about putting Vandeweghe into three different events. "She's our horse and we're going to go with her, particularly in the mixed (doubles)."

Cheers of "Hot Coco!" and "Booty!" (for her mixed doubles partner, Eric Butorac) could be heard all night long as the 19-year-old Vandeweghe really had her serve booming, making it an easy decision for Schultz as to who would partner with Butorac in the final match of the night.


Vandeweghe had to watch former teammate Raquel Kops-Jones compete in mixed doubles last year, but the former's departure opened up the spot for Vandeweghe. She couldn't have asked for a better partner in her first go-round, either; the talented Butorac is currently the No. 19 ranked men's doubles player in the world.

"Bud asked me if I could play mixed (doubles) and I had never played that before, ever. But was stoked to play mixed and with Eric. I was always kind of jealous of Raquel last year," said Vandeweghe, who helped Butorac top New York's tandem of Katie O'Brien and Alex Bogdanovic, 5-3. "It's so much fun to play with the guys and have the guys rip (shots) at you."

Butorac also spoke about playing with his new mixed doubles partner.
"She has a huge serve and its a lot of fun for me at the net, jumping around and getting balls," said Butorac. "And Coco brings good energy, which is always important."

Vandeweghe finished with 15 aces on the night, picking up six in her women's doubles match with newcomer Mashona Washington that they won, 5-3. But Vandeweghe's most impressive performance came in her singles match against the Sportimes' Abigail Spears, where she fell behind 4-3 before rallying to force the tiebreaker. Vandeweghe then blasted a serve that gave Spears no chance at a volley to pick up the 5-4 win.


After the match, Vandeweghe expressed her gratitude for the fans in the area.

"I am so happy that Boston has embraced me," said Vandeweghe. "I grew up playing arena sports and my whole family was in arena sports too, so the cheering and the music and that stuff is awesome. I enjoy it a lot."

Jan-Michael Gambill opened the match in impressive fashion against Jessie Witten as the Lobsters' oldest male player found his serve early and handled Witten 5-2. After the women's doubles match, Gambill and Butorac partnered in the men's doubles, edging out Witten and Bogdanovic 5-4 in the tiebreak.

All in all, it was a night of success for everyone not wearing a Sportimes jersey.

"It was a great opening night. We have almost the exact team back from last year with one new addition (Washington) who brought energy and right away we were having fun. That usually means you're playing well," said Butorac.

The fans were great. After the fourth (of July) its always tough to get a crowd, but everyone was here and into it. Hopefully we can keep this type of attendance and we'll keep trying to put on a good show."
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July 06, 2011|By Nicole Auerbach, Globe Correspondent

MIDDLETON - There are fan favorites. Then there are ballboy favorites.

Every time Coco Vandeweghe takes the court for the Boston Lobsters, she can expect to hear the voices of her two biggest fans - 12-year-old ballboys Garrett Husslage and Sam Ades.

The boys, who are friends, stood in the ballboy corner last night leading cheers like, “You go, Co-co.’’ When Lobsters announcer Steve Calechman asked Husslage and Ades before Vandeweghe’s serves what they wanted to see, they screamed back, “Hot Coco!’’ - Lobster slang for a Vandeweghe ace or winner.

She had plenty of those last night, winning all three events she played in: women’s singles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. And the Lobsters beat the New York Sportimes, 25-16, in their season opener at the Ferncroft Country Club.

The victory also served as revenge; last summer’s Lobsters’ season ended when they lost the Eastern Conference championship to the Sportimes, 22-17. The familiar foes will face each other tonight, too, but this time in New York.

It’s not surprising the Lobsters’ announcer knew the boys’ names. Husslage and Ades attended most of the Lobsters home matches last season. (Ades’s mother had season tickets.) That’s when the boys gained their superfan reputations, and that’s when they decided Vandeweghe was their favorite player.

“She’s a great player and she’s fun,’’ Husslage said. “She’s interactive.’’

Since she is the Lobsters’ most vocal team member - starting chants herself during the men’s matches - it makes sense that she loves hearing Husslage and Ades cheering for her.

“That’s totally what World TeamTennis is about,’’ Vandeweghe said. “I knew them from last year. They came out - gosh, it felt like every match. That’s the point of World TeamTennis, having the crowd involved and making it more like an arena sport.’’

Vandeweghe, 19, said she enjoys playing with the Lobsters so much because she grew up around team sports, like basketball and volleyball. Her mother, Tauna, was a member of the US swimming team at the 1976 Olympics and won a silver medal in volleyball in the 1984 Olympics. Vandeweghe’s uncle, Kiki, played in the NBA for 13 years.

For a few weeks each summer, she returns to that team mindset she grew up around. This is her third season playing World TeamTennis, and her second with the Lobsters. She is currently ranked No. 98 in the world in singles.

Last year, Vandeweghe helped spark Husslage’s and Ades’s interest in the Lobsters. After nearly a year apart, the three of them were reunited on the court. During a brief rain delay in the opening men’s single match - which Lobsters’ Jan-Michael Gambill won, 5-2 - Vandeweghe went over to the ballboys to joke around.


Husslage and Ades signed up to be ballboys prior to the season, and a few weeks ago, they attended a ballboy practice. There they learned what their duties would be during sets. The Lobsters have more than a dozen ball kids this summer.

Both boys play tennis and love the sport; Husslage said he’s playing in a summer camp.

But going to - and now working - Lobsters matches gives them something they can’t gain by just playing tennis or watching the sport on TV.

“I like how it gives kids a chance to see men’s doubles, women’s singles, everything across the board,’’ Ades said. “You can see greats like John McEnroe and Serena Williams. It’s really cool because you get to see new people play some of the Grand Slam winners.’’

And, of course, their favorite returning players.
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Thanks for posting the articles I'm glad to see she's getting lots of match play in, gaining fans and having a blast along the way .
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CoCo teamed with Big John last night and beat Healey & Mel 5/4. I would LOVE to see these two play at the USO . Also, CoCo beat Mel 5/2 in singles .
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Gr8 news! For the 1st stime ever, CoCo has made the USO MD based on her ranking ( #99 ) CONGRATS!
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Coco faces Rebecca Marino in the first round of Stanford

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Well, Coco lost 4 & 4 to Marino in the 1st round of Stanford.
She has soo many pts to defend this summer, Idk about Coco, hopes she can get it together quick, as she is probably knocked way out of the Top 100 next week.
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CO It seemed like a close match judging from the stats. Becca needed just one BP in each set to take the match in str8. Co missed her one and only BP chance at 4/5 30/40 in the 1st set . Oh well, hopefully she'll play to better form next week. She does have allot of points to defend at San Diego, but not allot of pts to defend after that till Japan... GL, CO!
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