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Old Oct 5th, 2009, 01:15 PM   #121
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Athena Nathalia is of Indonesian heritage and has a one-handed backhand. sickkkk!
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Junior Tournament in Traralgon. Most Aussie's going out in the first round with Myers, Le and Letcher losing in the second round.
Abbie Myers had the most impressive showing, taking out a top 60 junior in the first round and then pushing 17 year old Camila Silva who has a junior ranking of 8 to 3 tight sets.
Sumner had to retire in her first round match, this may explain her result in qualies.
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Nobody seems to fancy Alex Nancarrow do they?
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Nope...To her credit she is improving. But she is note even close to being a prospect.
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I just thought I would add some info on young QLD players (add more if you want, or add your own list featuring players from other states)

I think everybody here knows how the top five plays and what their situation is
1. Bella Holland
2. Monika Wejnert
3. Ashling Sumner
4. Sophie Letcher
5. Harriet Sheehan
6. Oriana Nowicki- hard hitter who makes way too many errors, when on song can be very dangerous but is just too in consistent and too mentally fragile, does have a sick one handed backhand though.

7. Kayla Stevenson- very over-rated another “ball basher” with no plan B, terrible mover and quite moody, does get a lot of points simply for playing week in week out.

8. Jessica Humbert- currently over In Turkey playing some 10,000 qualies, and struggling, wasn’t even doing that well back in QLD, dropped off as late with motivation and some bad loses but good to see her having a crack at the ITF tour.

9. Elena Ivanova- haven’t seen much of her and has only played 1 tournament which she won, apparently a girl with a lot of potential.

10. Eden Cartwright- another over-rated girl, daughter of the NRL team the Gold Coast Titans coach, wins a few matches on match toughness but is nothing special.

11. Cody Morris- once ranked in the top 5 juniors in the state and one of the most promising has slipped off the radar and hardly seems interested anymore.

12. Shannon Beckett- lovely girl who is improving rapidly very nice forehand and a handy slice backhand very well suited for clay, very nice touch at the net has had victories over Shawnee-Ann Brelsford and Taylor Douglas this year and has really picked up her game.

13. Chloe Lowe- don’t fancy her game has no major weapons and is much higher ranked than she should be, petite frame with hardly anything too her reminiscent to Sumner except much weaker.

14. Chelsea Te Tai- represents NZ, plays a lot on the ITF circuit and I think has just achieved a world ranking, quite weak serve and one handed backhand is very in consistent and has a temperament to match

15. Mona Baie- german exchange student who visited Australia for 6 months, reached the semi’s of the Gladstone AMT with wins over Shannon Beckett, Hannah Receveur and Georgina Carswell before falling to the top seed and eventual champion- Sophie Letcher, is a very consistent player who can really all day has a slightly weak serve but has beautiful placement, also won the national school girl championships in Hobart beating the likes of Elizabeth James and local Tasmanian Alyssa Hibberd.

18. Kirstie-Lea Symon – Has a nice game, nothing too special about it is a fiery, fierce competitor had a good victory over Shannon Beckett at Wynnum last year.

20. Anesa Kovac- most known for her loud grunt than her game, hits the ball very flat and frames a lot picks up a few points with some easy draws but is never a real threat to any of the big names.

21. Nikita Williams- rarely ventures outside the northern QLD range near Rockhampton, does have a nice aggressive style, watch out for the first serve but has no second serve whatsoever and hits it just as hard as the first, so double faults are usually her downfall.
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1993

1. Dane Vorster- Trains at lifetime nudge college with Ashling Sumner, has an aggressive hard hitting style hitting it quite flat and low and on the rise, has been struggling as late with confidence and injuries but was very close to achieving a world ranking after qualifying for the $25,000 challenger in Ipswich

2. Hannah Receveur- Another lifetime girl, who has benefited greatly from hitting with the likes of Vorster and Sumner, always had raw talent but her temper would always get the better of her since then she has kept the fire to within her game and has been reaping the rewards with some great results, mixing heavy top spin with a firm forehand whilst allowing plenty of room for error with good height over the net makes her heard to beat.

3. Ebony Roach- A little over-rated doesn’t compete on tour too much, has had a few injuries but doesn’t have too many dangerous weapons to harm any top players.

4. Rachel Tredoux-This girl is meant to be good, still needs some better results before people start taking her more seriously did win the Rod Laver Championships u/16.

5. Shawnee-Ann Brelsford-Arguably the hardest hotter out there, when on her game is almost impossible to beat, but that is rare as comes with her low percentage hard hitting style is the unforced error count her movement isn’t great and motivation and determination can often be low, stunning girl but one who can once again can be classified as a “brainless ball basher”.

6. Ashlea Brennan-Doesn’t have too many weapons, just a clean consistent game, can mix it up with some decent drop shots, second serve lets her down as she is quite small did score a good victory over Dane Vorster at the Ashley Cooper Championships.

8. Carolyn Forrer-Nothing really to look out for here, very pretty girl (a la Vera Zvonareva)shame she can’t play like her, is a lefty with a very weak serve and although her groundies can look good when they go in, her timing is awful and is simply too inconsistent.

9. Kellie Melia-This girl has a lot of potential, but is too crafty for her own good, playing with a traditional old school serve volley game, she has an amazing feel for the ball and is probably the best volleyer in the state, sometimes goes for too many trick shots at the net and that can cost her.

12. Jessica Porter- nice, clean hitter of the ball, moves quite well and has a solid serve; basically a solid all-round game struggles to match natural talent with match intensity and closing out the big matches, has come close to beating the likes of Kayla Stevenson, Andrea Dikosavljevic and Shannon Becket

13. Amy Rankin- Movement is a major problem for this girl who could benefit by improving her fitness but does give the ball a fair wack, but as of late is struggling to stay in the rallies long enough to make any sort of impact.

14. Emily Harris-Brings a lot of intensity to every match as well as a distinctive grunt but doesn’t have the game to back it up a load of double faults and unforced errors especially off the single handed backhand side.

17. Emily Quinn-This girl from Toowoomba is a good hussler but has a weak game that is never going to make any impact on the tour, not the greatest technique, footwork is ok but needs to generate more consistency and depth off the ground.

22. Gina Adams-Rarely playing tournaments and mainly focusing on doubles usually partnering Hannah Casswell, this pocket rocket is quite good at the net , but finds it hard to generate power with her tiny frame.
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Thanks for the info QLD tennis, although i have never heard of many of those girls.
Our junior fed cup team for April has been announced as Abbie Myers, Storm Sanders and Molly Polak. No Rajicic? This team should be enough to get us through qualifying.
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1994

1. Katarina Dikosavljevic –a very fierce competitor, good speed around the court , quite a good serve for not a very big serve, forehand undeniably her biggest weapons has had some big wins including winning the Ashley Cooper classic as well as the Rocky and Bundy double and took world ranked Renee Binnie to three, one to look out for.

2. Athena Nathalia- this girl of Indonesian heritage has a great game, has been mentioned before in this thread and has a sick one handed backhand, very beautiful and fluid action, quite decent serve and very quick around the court, quite stocky yet very fast.

3. Elizabeth James- she has really improved and will be one to watch for, has a very solid power game, watch out for the big out-wide serve as well as a dominant forehand had a big win recently over Taylor Douglas the number 5 under 18 girl in QLD.

4. Charlotte Fuller-coming back from a lengthy injury has a solid all round game can be dangerous at the net, hasn’t been playing enough lately but is using a protected ranking.

5. Katrina Kelly- the number one player in her region features an aggressive style hitting backhands off both wings went to Tasmania representing the state, but is injury and sickness prone.

6. Emily Burns- won the 14’s Ashley Cooper classic beating the 2nd seeded Jessica Singh, since then has struggled to do much in the open tournaments, played the $25,000 challenger in Bundaberg taking Kristina Pejkovic to 6-4 which isn’t a bad effort but doesn’t have enough fire power just yet.

7. Hannah Casswell-has improved a lot as late, a very consistent player who can rally all day, can sometimes be too nice for her own good especially on line calls, had a good win in Rockhampton over Kellie Melia.

8. Jackie Lee-this fiery red head plays just about every tournament there is with mixed results, has a solid serve and forehand but can be quite inconsistent, best result is a runner up finish on the clay in Bundaberg taking Kat Dikosavljevic to 3.

10. Jordan Maisel- currently on exchange in America, a very consistent player with no major weapons to harm, had a good win over Jessica Porter on her way to the quarter-finals in Bundaberg.

11. Jacqui Bell- returning from a layoff recently, coming off with a boom storming through the draws at Rockhampton and Bundaberg under 14’s beating top seed Kalina Morriss on both occasions, has since focused her attentions on the opens with steady progress, has an aggressive style to match her great physique and is a tough competitor.

12. Pia Eustace-this Mackay based girl somehow pulls through some good wins, but is really not a good player at all, terrible serve, foot work is atrocious and has no sense of timing on the ball, on the rare occasion she gets it right, she gives it a fair smack, but should never be feared despite victories over Kellie Melia and Andjela Djokovic.

16. Georgia Lowe-currently sidelined with a back injury, has a ton of potential and is one of the most powerful hitters in her age group; unfortunately has been unable to produce in matches.

17. Georgina Doll-this pretty surf girl from the sunny coast has been steadily improving as she adjusts into the open level, had an excellent win over good friend Lois Ovett in Nambour recently.

23. Jessica Singh- a former top ranked junior who was sidelined with injury for almost a year and has slipped down the rankings substantially has fierce power game with a grunt to match of Indian heritage if she can return to 100% can be quite dangerous.

24. Annie Robins-having very low motivation and an awful second serve as let her down, mainly in it for the social aspect results as slipped and was thrashed 6-1 6-0 by long-time rival Jessica Porter at the junior teams carnival despite being in the A side compared to Porter being in the B team.
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1995
1. Ebony Panoho- a national academy girl, returning from injury is way fancied more than what her game deserves, producing no major weapons, just a consistent, firm shot, although does have the ability to come through a lot of matches proving she is match tough, big win over Oriana Nowicki at UQ last year.

2. Teigan Aranas- another member of the prestigious national academy based out at Tennyson, has an unbelievable game with huge amounts of potential , taking the majority of balls on the rise and creating incredible angles, can sometimes be a little lazy which can cost her but with the timing and the hands she has, she can be huge.

3. Monique Krutak- goes into the brainless ball basher category, has an amazing power game which blows a lot of girls of the court and has had big wins over Teigan Aranas and Elizabeth James and reached the final of the 16’s Ashley Cooper.

4. Maxi Gresham- represented Qld in the Pizzey cup, has very solid consistent game with good volleys.

5. Kalina Morriss-one of the smallest in her age group, relies on chasing down ball after ball and has a reputation as being a bit of a hack, results haven’t been so good as late including early losses in Rockhampton and Bundaberg as the number one seed but does have a victories over Breanna Tilly and Ashlea Brennan to her name.

7. Annie Donaldson- one of the tallest girls in her age group, has been making big inroads, doesn’t have the prettiest game but can out-hit a lot of girls.

8. Maika Tanpoco- this Philippine now residing on the Gold Coast is one to look out for a very nice technique on the groundies, with an aggressive style from the baseline scored a fe games off world ranked Emelyn Starr.

10. Arlena Day- hailing from Toowoomba and having a very aggressive hard hitting style especially off the backhand wing is achieving big success at home but is hesitant to travel further.

11. Jessie Rutherford- formerly of Kelvin Grove State College’s tennis school of excellence, achieved great results whilst there including a victory over Lily Fuller, since leaving though has fell to pieces and can hardly win a game has a dokic/tomic like father, did take Jessica Porter to 3 at Ashley Cooper.

12. Jemimah Waugh- processing a beautiful natural game that could be put to use so much better, lovely girl just doesn’t seem too interested in playing tournaments but could be very, very good.

13. Kirsty Jurgensen- a Toowoomba girl with a powerful game, quite buffed up and can struggle with confidence especially on serve had a good victory over a peak Jessie Rutherford.

18. Niki Gramlick- younger sister of top Qld player-Cassie is a stockier girl who is competing way above her league and has little to no impact on these fit girls.

19. Claudia Harford-Love- training with Ellen Clark with Ace Tennis, has consistent game but does push at the ball so is unable to put any pressure on any of the top girls.
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1996

1.Ashleigh Barty- This girl has massive potential won the 16’s Ashley Cooper at just 13, as well as several national titles despite her fall frame can generate quite a bit of power has great hands and a great feel for the ball, especially at the net, and a handy slice backhand, had a big win at Wynnum last year upsetting top seeded-world ranked Sophie Letcher in the final in straight sets, recently beat world ranked Renee Binnie on the way to reaching the semi-finals of an AMT at Griffith university.

2. Jaimee Gilbertson- Another girl with a heap of potential but quite contrary to Barty, Gilbertson has a unique unorthodox style especially on the service motion but works quite efficiently, hits very hard off both wings, especially the backhand and has an un-conventional slice backhand which along with her entire game style can unstuck a lot of opponents, along with victories at national’s she reached the semi’s of the sunshine coast open at Kawana beating Shannon Beckett and Katarina Dikosavljevic along the way.

3. Andrea Dikosavljevic- the younger sister of Katarina has been making giant inroads of late after having an illness plagued season last year, she has started off very well playing very deceitfully with deep shots, she has just recently won the Nambour open defeating the likes of Ashleigh Barty, Hannah Receveur, Elizabeth James and Dane Vorster along the way that was after a great tournament in Kawana where she knocked of the highly fancied Ebony Panoho and the 3rd seeded Erin Billett who is close to achieving a world ranking, the retrieval skills on this girl are phenomenal .

4. Lyaan Hoang- Has been a big prospect for a long while has just returned from a lengthy injury lay off is capable of big things, but only time will tell whether she can catch up to the likes of Dikosavljevic and Barty.

5. Lily Fuller-Young sunshine coast girl struggling to make an impact on the open circuit but is a tough force in the age events, playing predominantly from the baseline trains with Jaimee Gilbertson and processes a similar playing style, preferring the backhand side.

6. Andjela Djokovic- no relation to the big time tennis star, plays a little similar to Hannah Receveur but consistency off the backhand side lets her down also a lack of power.

9. Ellen Clark- has a natural all-round power game and can generate a lot of power off the forehand wing, but unforced errors are her downfall, has a pretty weak serve but is an incredibly beautiful young girl.

11. Kate Taylor-Doran- processes a great first-serve and a beautiful back hand down the line, movement side-to-side is definitely her downfall and doesn’t trouble too many top players.

22. Valeriya Mefodeva- training at Kelvin Grove State College’s tennis of excellence as well as with Matchpoint’s Greg Smith, has made gallant improvements has a good forehand and moves forward on to the ball, stunning girl who lacks focus and determination, needs to improve her serve if she is to be a force to be reckoned with.
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1. Lizette Cabrera- The number one in the country for her age, has been dominating the age events and has now started playing open events, clearly as natural talent and a great feel for the ball, needs to develop power which will come with age.

2. Olivia Tjandramulia- Very natural, fluid player with some beautiful ground strokes took a set off Teigan Aranas at the Gladstone Open and has continued to play open events.


3. Naiktha Bains- This girl has been hyped so much and now has a lot to fulfill, after travelling to the states to the prestigious Nick Bolletteri Academy she swept aside Teigan Aranas to reach the semi’s of the 16’s at Ashley Cooper despite being only 13, hitting the ball on the rise and generating a lot of spin, Naiktha is a natural athlete and competitor with a great serve.

4. Lois Ovett – another natural athlete, Lois has improved greatly to be one the 4th ranked junior in the state for her age bracket, she is a bit of a pusher and has trouble generating enough power to hit winners but can beat a lot of these girls with her depth and consistency.

20. Stephanie Ritson- has struggled to get any big wins, except for in doubles with best friend Kaylah McPhee despite having an immense amount of natural talent, on-court attitude is the main court and she is known to tank a lot of matches can struggle on 2nd serves but is her own worst enemy.
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That's an incredible rundown of the Queensland girls, well done!

Apart from Holland and Wejnert, who I think will get some runs in WTA events throughout their careers, the only other ones I see doing anything with their tennis are Hoang (provided she stays injury free and can continue to improve her game) and Barty (if she grows! Is she any taller than she was 12 months ago??)
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Ashleigh has continued her INCREDIBLE run this week.

Australian ITF Junior Championships - Ipswich, Australia
Grade 4, Girls Singles, Main Draw of 64
Representing Australia, Ashleigh Barty, unseeded

R1: defeated Kataraina HUNIA (NZL) 6/0, 6/0
R2: defeated Brooke RISCHBIETH (AUS) (5) 6/4, 6/2
R3: defeated Azra HADZIC (AUS) (10) 7/6(3), 4/6, 6/2
QF: defeated Ashley KEIR (AUS) (WC) 6/1, 6/0
SF: defeated Molly POLAK (AUS) (2) 6/1, 6/2
F: versus Emily FANNING (NZL) (4)

I don't think she will win the final, Fanning is a good player and she has dropped only 14 games in five matches to make the final...then again Barty just thrashed the No.2 seed so anything is possible!!

Amazing results considering she is still just 13. Good luck for the final!!
Not jumping too far ahead though. Tyra Calderwood won an 18&U ITF Junior Tournament way back in 2003 and look how her career has transpired.
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Barty has great potential, she has already beaten world ranked players, if Hoang can stay injury free she could do okay, I think Elizabeth James, Hannah Receveur and the Dikosavljevic's will gain world rankings and I would love to see Teigan Aranas and Jaimee Gilbertson as well and it would be awesome if Shannon Beckett made it she is a lovely girl
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Singles Final:

Ashleigh BARTY (AUS) defeated Emily FANNING (NZL) (4) 7/5, 6/1

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