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Old Dec 13th, 2010, 12:16 AM   #76
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Old Dec 20th, 2010, 06:58 PM   #77
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Me too! She told me she'll play Fed Cup first and then some challengers in Argentina and the rest of South America. I expect her to break the top 200 at least by the end of the year!
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Me too! She told me she'll play Fed Cup first and then some challengers in Argentina and the rest of South America. I expect her to break the top 200 at least by the end of the year!
It would be cool if she could atleast make the top 225 by the USO Q cut off date. I may be able to see her play live if everything goes as planned
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"Quiero ser la top 200 y estar en Londres 2012"



LA ESTRELLA DEL TENIS FEMENINO PARAGUAYO TUVO UN AÑO ESPLÉNDIDO EN EL 2010.
Y lo más importante de todo es que cierra la temporada con el mejor ránking, entre las 470 mejores tenistas del orbe, una exigente esfera profesional.

-¿Vas a jugar torneos profesionales?

-No tengo pensado jugar torneos profesionales en forma inmediata. Como no defiendo puntos hasta mitad de año, todo lo que gane, sumaré. Por eso tengo previsto empezar con la Fed Cup. Es una experiencia diferente. Es otra cosa jugar por el país. Sacás fuerzas de donde sea, porque estás jugando por Paraguay. Es una motivación diferente. Para mí es un honor jugar por mi país y cada vez que lo hago me rompo.

-¿Cómo sentiste ser abanderada en los Primeros Juegos Olímpicos Juveniles de Singapur?

-Fue un honor grande ir como abanderada. Me quedé como en shock al desfilar con la bandera ante una multitud. Fue algo increíble. No tengo palabras para definir lo que representó para mí estar ahí en la primera edición. No me fue muy bien tenísticamente. Me tocó jugar con la rumana Dinu, mi compañera de dobles, hice todo lo posible, pero fue para ella el partido.

-¿Cómo fueron tus comienzos en el tenis?

-Empecé a los 5 años, detrás se mis hermanos Andrés y Estefanía. Yo iba como perrito faldero detrás de ellos. A los 4 años ya quería jugar en el colegio San José. Me decían que era muy chiquita. Pero a los 5 ya empecé. A los 9 años empecé con Alfredo de Brix y sigo hasta ahora. Mis primeros pasitos los di con Cristian de los Ríos. Alfredo es como mi segundo papá. Sabe hasta cuando amanezco pirevai. "Uy, estamos mal hoy", me dice. Paso más tiempo con él que con mi papá. Para mi es el mejor coach. Tiene detalles que parecen mínimos, pero que al final son grandes y marcan las diferencias. Me siento súper bien.

-Este 2011 que llega por fin volverás a festejar tu cumpleaños 19 en el Paraguay.

-¡Sí!... A los 13 años empecé a pasar mi cumpleaños afuera. Ese año me tocó en Colombia. A los 15 quise pasar en nuestro país y corté el circuito Cosat. Los tres últimos años otra vez me ausenté. En mi carrera júnior fueron cinco cumpleaños fuera de casa en total.

-¿Ahora vacaciones?

-No ya empiezo otra vez esta semana a trabajar en físico, que es lo que más me falta. Después otra vez atenderé la parte tenística. Voy trabajar re duro porque quiero ir a Londres 2012.

-¿Qué te falta?

-Mi meta es la Olimpiada 2012. A eso estoy apuntando. Ojalá pueda ir. Ya estuve en Odesur, Panamericano y Olimpiada Juvenil.

-¿Cuáles son los torneos del primer semestre en los que podés marcar puntos?

-Quiero mejorar mi ránking. Lo primero que voy a hacer es jugar challengers en Argentina o Chile. Quiero apuntar a los torneos mayores, pues la diferencia es abismal. Jugando menos y ganando menos partidos podés ganar muchos más puntos y dinero. Apunto a torneos más grandes, incluso de 50.000 si se puede.

-¿Qué cuesta más?

-Es difícil mantener la consistencia. Este año, en cinco semanas, tuve un gran final de año. Estoy muy feliz porque lo más difícil es mantener. Creo que voy mejorando en ese sentido. Igual, las finales que perdí...

-¿Y el estudio?

-Estoy haciendo libre en el Nuevo Milenio, que me apoya muchísimo, ya que viajo bastante, así que es imposible seguir el colegio normal. Me queda un año. Tiempo para estudiar tengo. Hay un tope en el que el cuerpo se reciente. Mi meta es meterme como 200 o más obviamente. En dos o tres años ver cómo me va... Y ahí defino. Por ahora estoy bien decidida: ser profesional. De ello estoy muy segura y lo tengo claro: quiero ser profesional y top 200, que me permita entrar directo a los Juegos Olímpicos.

-Económicamente, ¿cómo te sustentas?

-El tenis es un deporte muy caro. Tiene que haber mucho apoyo, pues sin él, es muy difícil llegar. Ahora, para mí, las exigencias son mayores, ya que debo apuntar a los challengers. Y preciso un sponsor fuerte. Aprovecho para agradecer al COP, Pulp, APT, SND y Babolat por la ropa. Desearía tener una empresa grande que me apoye. Ahora viene la parte más difícil. Yo, por ejemplo, a Australia no voy por lo caro que es el pasaje.

-¿Elegir los lugares adónde ir a competir es complejo?

-Sí, es todo un arte armar un calendario: superficie, lugar, horarios. Alfredo maneja todo. Condiciones de cada torneo.

-Hoy en el tenis es fundamental la concentración.

-Sí, lo mismo que tener un coach. En Talca había mucho viento, las canchas no eran buenas. Estuve sola. Algunas compañeras me ayudaban.

-En general, las sudamericanas son buenas amigas.

-En verdad, tengo muchas amigas... Es muy difícil tenerlas porque hay rivalidad. Está todo bien, pero a la hora de la verdad, en la cancha, saltan. En el ámbito profesional es distinto, es más difícil por la competividad. En júnior todos se ayudan.

-En dobles ganaste con distintas acompañantes...

-Gané con Vivian Segnini, de Brasil; Vanesa Furlanetto y Luciana Sarmenti, de Argentina. Pero quedé con Sarmenti para jugar el año que viene. Donde coincidamos, vamos a estar juntas. Lo ideal es hacerlo.

COMBINACIÓN

En un periplo de estos últimos 12 meses en los que tuvo que compartir su condición de jugadora júnior con su incipiente profesionalismo, tuvo un cierre a toda orquesta, que le permite ser top 500 entre las rentadas. Llegó a estar número 10 juvenil en ITF y dio prioridad a los torneos juniors jugando tres Grand Slam: Roland Garros, Wimbledon y US Open.

Es la sucesora de Rossana de los Ríos, alguien a quien admira, respeta y se llevan súper bien.

Las competencias por naciones como la Fed Cup y los Juegos Olímpicos Juveniles constituyeron otra de las prioridades.

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"I want to be in the top 200 and to be in London 2012"


FEMALE TENNIS STAR OF PARAGUAY HAD A SPLENDID YEAR IN 2010.
And most importantly, closing the season with the best ranking among the 470 best players in the world, a demanding professional sphere.

- Are you going to play professional tournaments?

"I have no plans to play professional tournaments immediately. As no points to defend half of the year, all wins, total. So I have plans to start with the Fed Cup is a different experience. It's another thing to play for the country. You draw strength from wherever, because you're playing for Paraguay. It's a different motivation. For me it's an honor to play for my country and every time I do I break.

- How did you feel to be championed at the First Youth Olympics in Singapore?

"It was a great honor to go as a flagbearer. I was as shocked to march with the flag before a crowd. It was unbelievable. I have no words to describe what it meant to me to be there in the first edition. I was not very good tennis. I had to play against the Romanian Dinu, my doubles partner, I did everything possible, but it was her match.

- How did you get started in tennis?

"I started at 5 years old, behind my brothers Andres and Estefania. I was like a puppy behind them. At 4 years old I wanted to play at the Colegio San José. They told me I was very young. But at 5 I already started. At age 9 I started with Alfredo de Brix and continued until now. I gave my first steps with Cristian de los Rios. Alfredo is like my second dad. He knows when I wake up fretful. "Oops, we are bad today," he says. I spend more time with him than my dad. For me it's the best coach. He has details that seem minimal, but in the end are great and make the difference. I'm feeling really good.

"This 2011 that finally arrives return to celebrate your birthday 19 in Paraguay.

- Yes ... At 13 I began to spend my birthday out. That year I played in Colombia. At 15 I wanted to spend it in our country so I cut the Cosat circuit short. The last three years again I had to depart. In my junior career it was my fifth birthday away from home in total.

- Now do you vacation?

"No, I'm starting again this week to work on physical, which is what I need. Then again, I will attend the tennis part. I'm working hard because I want to go to London 2012.

- What do you need?

"My goal is the Olympics 2012. That's what I'm aiming for. Hopefully I can go. Odesur I was in, and Pan American Championships and Junior Olympics.

- What are the tournaments in the first half in which you can score points?

"I want to improve my ranking. The first thing I will do is play challengers in Argentina or Chile. I aim for the bigger tournaments, because the difference is huge. Playing less and earning less matches you can win many more points and money. I aim for bigger tournaments, including 50,000 tournaments, if I can.

- What costs more?

"It's hard to maintain consistency. This year, in five weeks, I had a great end of the year. I am very happy because it is harder to maintain. I think I'm getting better in that regard. Still, the finals that I lost ...

- What about the study?

"I'm doing free in the New Millennium (College), which supports me so much, as I travel a lot, so it is impossible to follow the normal school. I have one more year. I have time to study. There is a cap on the body recently. My goal is to get involved as 200 or more obviously. In two or three years i'll see how it goes ... And then I'll decide. For now I've made up my mind: to be professional. Then I am quite sure I will have it clear: I want to be professional and top 200, let me get straight to the Olympics.

"Economically, how do you sustain it?

"Tennis is a very expensive sport. There must be a lot of support, for without it, it is very difficult to reach. Now, for me, the stakes are higher, as I point to the challengers. And I need a strong sponsor. I take this opportunity to thank the POPs, Pulp, APT, SND and Babolat by clothing. I wish I had a large company to support me. Now comes the hard part. I, for example, will not go to Australia because of the expense of the ticket.

- Choosing the places to go to compete is complex?

"Yes, there is an art to put together a calendar: area, location, schedule. Alfredo is in charge. The conditions of each tournament.

"Today in tennis concentration is fundamental.

"Yes, I like having a coach. In Talca it was very windy, the courts were not good. I was alone. Some of my colleagues helped me.

"In general, the South Americans are good friends.

"In truth, I have many friends ... It is very difficult to have them because there is rivalry. It's all good, but at the moment of truth, on the court, jump. In the professional field is different, it is more difficult because of the competitiveness. In juniors all support each other.

"In doubles you won with different companions ...

"I won with Vivian Segnini, Brazil; Luciana Sarmenti and Vanesa Furlanetto, from Argentina. But I will be with Sarmenti to play next year. Where we meet, we will be together. The ideal is to do it.

COMBINATION

A journey of the last 12 months where she had to share her status with the budding junior player and professionalism, had a close to full orchestra, which allows it to be among the top 500 rented. She became No. 10 in ITF Juniors and gave priority to the junior tournaments playing three Grand Slams, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and U.S. Open.

She is the successor to Rossana de los Rios, someone who she admires, respects and gets along very well with.

Competition for nations like the Fed Cup and the Youth Olympic Games constitute another priority.

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That would be a great position to be in! Let's hope she settles in well to the challenger level, which most Latin American junior players struggle with. But Vero seems to be very driven. I hope you can see her at the US Open!

I think yesterday she was presented with a special award for her achievements, along with promising male junior and friend Diego Galeano.
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She seems to be very confident of her game, but as she says its going to be a another whole world to play in the european or US levels. For players like Vero, Pau, Bianca, Aran or Cami , to name a few of our zone, its essential to have at least 25ks IN South America. Its clear that she wants more points and less matches, but if she has to rely only on the challengers in Argentina and Colombia and the Latin American swing, its gonna be hard.

As far of being RoRo´s successor...it´s still too soon to tell. Let´s just say that she has to play thinking in her own game, even if the two of them had really good junior careers. But it would be a wonderful example for other girls in South America if she could reach the top 200. Specially now.
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Fed Cup 2011

Bianca Botto (PER) def. Veronica Cepede Royg (PAR) 6-4 6-1
Cepede Royg/Gonzalez (PAR) def. Botto/Siles Luna (PER) 3-6 6-3 6-4

Veronica Cepede Royg (PAR) def. Maria Irigoyen 6-4 6-2 (2nd best victory of her career, after beating Castano 2-6 6-2 6-3 in Fed Cup 2009)
Cepede Royg/Gonzalez (PAR) def. Dulko/Molinero (ARG) 6-0 6-7(4) 7-5 (Sin palabras)

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Vero but seriously both Montse and Vero seem to be really solid against some of the best latinamerican pro players. I wish she could extend this good moment as long as she can, and if its posible to start having wins in Europe or USA. Its important that all this girls can see each other and realize that they can have a future in this.
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Re-reading the interview its kinda strange the she would say she wants to be in London by being a top 200 She hast at least to be top 100. Perhaps she would apply for a WC?
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Re-reading the interview its kinda strange the she would say she wants to be in London by being a top 200 She hast at least to be top 100. Perhaps she would apply for a WC?
Probably she just means it's a good goal to aim for, she obviously loves to represent her country and thrives in that situation. I wonder if they would give a WC to a Paraguayan? If she can crack the top 200 at least this year, she'd have another best part of a year to crack the top 100 after that, it's possible!
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Last Week -
$10,000 Buenos Aires I | Clay | Feb 7
1 Veronica Cepede Royg(7) d. Cecilia Costa Melgar(Q) 6-1 6-4
2 Veronica Cepede Royg(7) d. Carolina Zeballos 6-0 6-0
QF Veronica Cepede Royg(7) d. Andrea Benitez(Q) 6-0 2-0 ret.
SF Catalina Pella d. Veronica Cepede Royg(7) 5-7 6-3 6-3

1 Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Guimaraes Bueno/Luduena 6-3 6-4
QF Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Coglitore/Perez 6-4 6-1
SF Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Bua/Di Biasi(4) 6-4 6-4
F Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Brito/Pella 6-0 6-3


This Week -
$10,000 Buenos Aires I I | Clay | Feb 14
1 Veronica Cepede Royg d. Andrea Perez 6-3 7-5
2 Veronica Cepede Royg d. Tatiana Carpio(Q) 6-1 6-2
QF Veronica Cepede Royg d. Vanessa Furlanetto(6) 6-3 6-1
SF Veronica Cepede Royg d. Vivian Segnini(4) 1-6 6-1 6-3
F Veronica Cepede Royg d. Nathalia Rossi(3) 4-1 ret.

1 Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Bruzzesi Avella/Luini 7-5 6-2
QF Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Bueno/Seguel 6-2 6-2
SF Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Hermoso/Lopez 6-4 6-7(7) 10-7
F Cepede Royg/Sarmenti(1) d. Benitez/Bua(4) 5-7 6-3 10-7

Flawless week! #6 ITF singles title, #8 ITF doubles title (7th consecutive ). Congrats Vero!


Probable Schedule
7 March - $10K Concepcion, Chile
14 March - $10K Santiago, Chile
21 March - $10K Rancagua, Chile
28 March - $25K Buenos Aires, Argentina
4 April - $10K Cordoba I, Argentina
11 April - $10K Cordoba II, Argentina
18 April - $10K Cordoba III, Argentina
9 May - $10K Lambare, Paraguay
16 May - $10K Itaparica II, Brazil
23 May - $10K Itaparica III, Brazil
6 June - $10K Santos, Brazil

After these tournaments, if she keeps playing better and better, she could very well be in the top 300, and play some much bigger events for the second half of the year!
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Re: Vero Cepede Royg- Paraguayan Prospect

^^ Thanks for the post Ben .

What an awesome last couple weeks for Vero . Hopefully she'll keep up the good form and reach her goals. It would be nice to see her play some higher level ITFs and lower level WTA tourneys during the 2nd half of the season
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