As a 15-year-old she can only play a maximum of 10 professional tournaments b/w her 15th and 16th birthday. She won't be able to play all above...
Yes but there is also the merited increases( Reaching a final of a Junior Slam, finishing the year in the top 5 in the junior ranking, getiing directly in the main draw of Grand Slam or mandatory tournament)
Ana has 2, she reached a final of Junior Slam(won AO Junior) and finished last year in the top 5. In short she can play 12 tournaments this year
Sorry I got it wrong.
Ana was 14 when the 2012 Year-End ITF Junior Rankings was published. As a Year-End Top 5 junior she is allowed to up to 2 merited increases in her 15th birth year. She can play a maximum of 12 pro events this season then.
come on man, don't let some forum folks chase you away Everybody's got a right to post here, as long as they're not insulting or doing something that's not along the lines of terms of agreement. We all have a right to an opinion
Garcia Vidagany will I think be a test for Ana. Her ranking isn't particularly high, but she's been ranked much higher a few years ago (inside 150). This year her results haven't been great though, except maybe for one solid event - WTA Florianopolis, where she made wins over Martic and Bratchikova before going out to Rybarikova in three. Combine that with her experience and it might become tricky for Ana, but I think she has what it takes to prevail.
Who ever told you that? I just showed you for what you were at the time (a troll) by quoting your posts and said that I'll block your future ones (which I did for some time) cause we couldn't seem to find the common ground when it comes to one particular player. Although I'm still puzzeled with why would you even follow a player which you clearly dislike.