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Old Mar 6th, 2012, 01:26 PM   #31
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Re: New South Wales Championships

1976 (19-26 December) ($35,000)

FI Kerry Melville-Reid (76 YER 8) d Dianne Fromholtz (76 YER 5) 3-6 6-3 6-2.

In a “pre-run” for the Australian Open championship match the following week Reid defeats Fromholtz in a scrappy match with 14 breaks of service in 26 games!


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In 1976, a new Sydney tournament, sponsored by Colgate with prize money of $100,000, was held for the first time. As the event with the biggest prize money in Australia it overshadowed the Marlboro-sponsored NSW Championships and attracted a top class field. Navratilova won the title 75 62 over Stove. The tournament was played again in 1977 ( won by Goolagong over Reid 61 63, in 1978 (sponsored by Toyota and won by Fromholtz over Reid 16 61 64) and in 1979 (sponsored by the NSW Building Society and won by Barker over Fairbank 60 75). In 1980 the second tournament was dropped and the building society became the sponsor of the NSW Open.
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Old Mar 6th, 2012, 01:27 PM   #32
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1977 (6-12 December) ($35,000)

QF Evonne Goolagong AUS (77 unranked) beat Helen Gourlay AUS (77 YER 28) 63 46 63
QF Sue Barker GBR (77 YER 5) beat Mona Schallau-Guerrant USA (77 YER 27) 64 76
QF Regina Marsikova CZE (77 YER 20) beat Diane Evers AUS 76 46 61
QF Kerry Melville-Reid AUS (77 YER 10) beat Kathy Harter USA 64 63

SF Sue Barker beat Regina Marsikova 60 60
SF Evonne Goolagong beat Kerry Melville-Reid 46 62 63

FI: Evonne Goolagong d Sue Barker 6-2 6-3.

Evonne Goolagong, unranked on the WTA computer and on the comeback trail after the birth of her daughter in May 1977, won the title in spite of a flu virus in a repeat of the 1975 final as part of a total blitz of the Australian season which included victories in the 4 tournaments she entered.
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1978 (12-18 December) ($75,000)

QF Wendy Turnbull AUS beat Ilana Kloss RSA 62 64
QF Lea Antonoplis USA beat Elisabeth Ekblom SWE 62 46 64
QF Renata Tomanova CZE beat Sharon Walsh USA 16 76 76
QF Dianne Fromholtz AUS beat Lesley Hunt AUS 62 62

SF Wendy Turnbull beat Lea Antonoplis 60 64
SF Dianne Fromholtz beat Renata Tomanova 62 64

FI: Dianne Fromholtz (78 YER 10) bt Wendy Turnbull (78 YER 6) 62 75.

Two Aussie top tenners battle it out for the title.
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1979 (17-23 December) ($50,000)

QF Sue Barker GBR (79 YER 10) beat Janet Newberry USA 76 63
QF Hana Mandlikova CZE (79 YER 17) beat Ros Fairbank RSA 64 64
QF Bettina Bunge FRG (79 YER 32) beat Dianne Morrison AUS 64 64
QF Renata Tomanova CZE (79 YER 44) d Leanne Harrison AUS 57 63 62

SF Hana Mandlikova beat Sue Barker 63 76
SF Bettina Bunge beat Renata Tomanova 63 63.

FI: Hana Mandlikova d Bettina Bunge 6-3 3-6 6-3

An all-European semi-final line-up for the first time in the event’s history but the event contained only one member of the world’s top 10.
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1980 (1-7 December) ($125, 000)

QF Wendy Turnbull AUS (80 YER 8) beat Sue Barker GBR (80 YER 16) 63 64,
QF Pam Shriver USA (80 YER 9) beat Martina Navratilova USA (80 YER 3) 63 64
QF Sylvia Hanika FRG (80 YER 14) beat Greer Stevens RSA (1980 YER 10) 64 60
QF Hana Mandlikova CZE (80 YER 4) beat Virginia Ruzici ROM (80 YER 11) 62 62

SF Wendy Turnbull beat Hana Mandlikova 26 62 76
SF Pam Shriver beat Sylvia Hanika 62 64

FI: Wendy Turnbull d Pam Shriver 36 64 76 (8)

All top 8 seeds made the QF in a tournament which hit the headlines because of a running dispute between Wendy and Evonne Goolagong, who could not play because of flu, over appearance fees. The final was high on excitement as Wendy saved 7 match points, 4 of which came at 2-6 in the tiebreak. The biggest upset in the event was when Navratilova, top seed, having survived a L16 final set tie break against Mima Jausovec, fell to Pam Shriver in the qf. Wendy is quoted in World of Tennis article on the event by John Thirsk (p156) as saying, “I told myself that if I don’t win this event, I would never play again. Winning this event in Australia means more to me than any success I have had before”
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1981 (17-23 Nov)

L16 Bettina Bunge beat Pam Shriver (81 YER 7) 64 46 76

QF Chris Evert USA (81 YER 1) beat Evonne Goolagong-Cawley AUS 62 60
QF Bettina Bunge FRG (81 YER 9) beat Anne Smith USA 63 64
QF Martina Navratilova USA (81 YER 3) beat Barbara Potter USA (81 YER 10) 63 46 62
QF Wendy Turnbull AUS (81 YER 8) beat Andrea Jaeger USA (81 YER 4) 75 63

SF Chris Evert beat Bettina Bunge 67 64 61
SF Martina Navratilova beat Wendy Turnbull 61 57 61

FI: Chris Evert beat Martina Navratilova 64 26 61.

In a very high-quality field, only Austin, who played doubles only, and Hanika, who was injured, were missing from the top 10. Mandlikova (81 YER 5) pulled out with a back injury. Playing the Australian circuit for the first time since 1974 and the NSW Champs for the first time, Evert beat Navratilova at their only Sydney meeting to extend her career h2h lead to 29-15 in her only appearance in this event, “producing all her athletic grace and power in a dazzling display of precision tennis” according to John Thirsk (World of Tennis 1982, p161) Against Bunge in the semi finals, Chrissie saved three game points at 3-4 in the second set.
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1982 (16-22 Nov)

1R Billie Jean King (82 YER 14) lost 64 64 in 1st rd to Sherry Acker.

2R third seeded Wendy Turnbull (82 YER 5) went out to Marcella Mesker
2R Pam Shriver seeded 4 (82 YER 6) fell to Ann Kiyomura.

QF Martina Navratilova USA (82 YER 1) beat Lea Antonoplis USA 61 64
QF Zina Garrison USA (82 YER 16) beat Yvonne Vermaak RSA 76 61
QF Evonne Goolagong AUS (82 YER 27) beat Ann Kiyomura USA 75 63
QF Andrea Jaeger USA (82 YER 3) beat Leslie Allen USA 61 60

SF Martina Navratilova beat Zina Garrison 76 62
SF Evonne Goolagong beat Andrea Jaeger 46 61 64

FI: Martina Navratilova beat Evonne Goolagong 60 36 61

Evonne struggled past 1978 Aussie Open winner Chris O’Neil 46 75 63 in the L32 before finding the form which enabled her to make her last appearance in a final on the tour thanks to a gritty three-set victory over Andrea Jaeger. The first set of the final, played in front of 6,000 spectators, lasted just 13 minutes but Evonne rallied to win the second set by breaking Martina at 4-3 before crumbling in the 22-minute final set. Australia would have to wait until 2005 for the next home finalist.
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1983 (15-21 Nov) Prize Money raised to $150,000

R2 Gigi Fernandez beat Steffi Graf 64 61
R2 Liz Sayers beat Mandlikova (seed 1, 83 YER 12) 63 57 64
R2 Helena Sukova beat Zina Garrison (seed 2, 83 YER 10)

QF Jo Durie GBR beat Ros Fairbank RSA 75 63
QF Helena Sukova CZE beat Eva Pfaff FRG 60 63
QF Kathy Jordan USA beat Sophie Amiach FRA 61 75
QF Liz Sayers AUS beat Gigi Fernandez USA 60 57 61

SF Jo Durie (83 YER 6) beat Helena Sukova 64 64
SF Kathy Jordan (83 YER 14) beat Liz Sayers 64 64

FI: Jo Durie beat Kathy Jordan 63 75

Navratilova, Austin, Evert, Jaeger, Shriver and Turnbull all turned down wildcards and left the tournament with is weakest entry for many years. World #10 Hana Mandlikova was top seed, followed by Zina Garrison but both fell before the quarter finals. Durie and Jordan, seeded 3 and 4, reached the final which Durie closed out 63 75 after Jordan fought back to 5-5 from 1-5 in second set to lift the championship without dropping a set and become the first British winner since Dorothy Round in 1934. Liz Sayers beat Kathy Jordan’s big sister, Barbara, who had won the Australian Open in 1979, in the first round and then lost to the younger sister in the semi finals.
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1984 (13-19 Nov)

L16 Marcella Mesker beat ( #2, 84 YER 4) Pam Shriver 57 76 64
L16 Wendy Turnbull beat Steffi Graf 62 75

QF Martina Navratilova USA ( #1, 84 YER 1) beat Yvonne Vermaak RSA 63 62
QF Zina Garrison USA (#5 84 YER 9) beat Claudia Kohde-Kilsch FRG (#4, 84 YER 8) 63 76
QF Ann Henricksson USA beat Marcella Mesker NL 75 64
QF Wendy Turnbull AUS (#3, 84 YER 5) beat Gigi Fernandez USA 62 61

SF Martina Navratilova beat Zina Garrison 62 61
SF Ann Henricksson beat Wendy Turnbull 16 75 63

FI: Martina Navratilova beat Ann Henricksson 61 61.

Martina Navratilova, coming back from a six week break caused by an ankle injury, wins the won her 99th pro tournament and notched up her 70th consecutive match victory. Henricksson was the lowest direct entry at #100.
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1985 (18-24 November)

QF Martina Navratilova USA (85 YER 1) beat Wendy Turnbull AUS 64 62
QF Helena Sukova CZE (85 YER 9) beat Dianne Fromholtz-Balestrat AUS 61 64
QF Claudia Kohde-Kilsch FRG (85 YER 5) beat Christiane Jolissaint SWI 63 36 63
QF Hana Mandlikova CZE (85 YER 3) beat Svetlana Cherneva-Parkomenko USSR 64 62

SF Martina Navratilova beat Helena Sukova 46 63 62
SF Hana Mandlikova beat Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 60 75


FI: Martina Navratilova beat Hana Mandlikova 3-6 6-1 6-2

All 4 top seeds reach the semi-finals and Martina beats two fellow Czechs back-to-back to retain the title.
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1987 (5-11 Jan)

L16 Hana Mandlikova (seed 1, 86 YER 4) lost to Wendy Turnbull 63 75

QF Wendy Turnbull AUS (86 YER 18) bt Lori McNeil USA (86 YER 14) 64 75
QF Zina Garrison USA (86 YER 11) bt Helena Sukova CZE (86 YER 5) 63 61
QF Manuela Maleeva BUL (86 YER 8) bt Etsuko Inoue JPN 46 62 62
QF Pam Shriver USA (86 YER 6) beat Catarina Lindquist SWE (86 YER 16) 64 62

SF Zina Garrison bt Wendy Turnbull 63 64
SF Pam Shriver beat Manuela Maleeva 63 63

F Zina Garrison beat Pam Shriver 62 64

Wendy Turnbull repeats her upset of doubles partner Hana Mandlikova in the previous Autumn’s US Open. Hana is quoted in World of Tennis 1988 as saying, (p181), “[Wendy] mixed up her shots a lot and sometimes served so softly I couldn’t do anything with it” In the end it was 5th seeded Zina who stole the show by dismissing three grand slam finalists in straight sets to win her first major grass court tournament.
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1988

Prize Money raised to $200,000.

QF Pam Shriver USA (87 YER 4) beat Lindquist SWE 64 61
QF Kohde-Kilsch FRG (87 YER 10) beat Etsuko Inoue JPN 62 63
QF Patty Fendick USA beat Brenda Schultz NL 63 75
QF Helena Sukova CZE (87 YER 7) beat Hester Witvoet NL 62 62

SF Pam Shriver beat Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 75 62
SF Helena Sukova beat Patti Fendick 76 61

F Pam Shriver beat Helena Sukova 6-2 6-3

Unseeded qualifier Brenda Schultz eliminated #4 seed Sylvia Hanika 64 67 75 in the second round as Pam Shriver wins the last grass court NSW Championships. Sadly, the last grass court NSW Championships is also the first where no Australian reaches the quarter-final stage.
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1989 (9-15 January)

L16 to Catarina Lindquist beat Helena Sukova (seed 3, 88 YER 8) 63 60

QF Martina Navratilova USA (seed #1, 88 YER 2) beat Patti Fendick USA (#5 seed) 61 61
QF Hana Mandlikova AUS (#9 seed) beat Mary Joe Fernandez USA (seed #4) 26 76 63
QF Catarina Lindquist SWE (#13 seed) beat Judith Wiesner AUT (seed #11) 57 76 63
QF Therry Phelps USA (#16 seed) beat Pam Shriver USA (seed #2, 88 YER 5) 63 63

SF Martina Navratilova beat Hana Mandlikova 63 62
SF Catarina Lindquist beat Therry Phelps 57 63 76

F Martina Navratilova beat Catarina Lindquist 62 64

As the surface changes from grass to rebound ace, Martina wins her 4th and last Sydney singles title, extending her unbeaten run in Sydney to 20 matches since her defeat by Evert back in the 1981 final.
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1990

1990 Prize Money raised to $225,000

L32 Isabelle Demongeot beat Helen Kelesi (seed 3) 62 46 76
L32 Jana Pospisilova beat #5 seed Pam Shriver 64 67 75

L16 Frazier bt #2 seed Novotna 63 64
L16 Wiesner beat #4 seed Mandlikova 76 63
L16 Zrubakova beat (#1 seed, 89 YER 8) Sukova 61 16 63

QF Barbara Paulus AUT bt Radka Zrubakova CZE 62 61
QF Judith Wiesner AUT beat Claudia Porwik FRG 63 46 63
QF Natalia Zvereva USSR beat Julie Halard FRA 46 62 64
QF Amy Frazier USA beat Rafaella Reggi ITA 63 75

SF Barbara Paulus beat Judith Wiesner 64 36 61
SF Natalia Zvereva beat Amy Frazier 63 26 62

F Natalia Zvereva beat Barbara Paulus 46 61 63

The increase in prize money did nothing to attract the top stars as Sukova is the only top 10 player in the draw, making the 1990 edition the weakest since 1983. In an extraordinarily unpredicatable event, all of the top 8 seeds were eliminated before the semi-finals, with only #7 seed Rafaella Reggi making it to the quarter final round. Paulus wins the all-Austrian semi final battle but Zvereva takes the title.
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1991

QF Jana Novotna CZE (#6, 90 YER 13) beat Mary Joe Fernandez USA (#1, 90 YER 4) 75 63
QF Barbara Paulus AUT (#7, 90 YER 15) beat Manuela Maleeva-Fragnière SWI (#3 90 YER 9) 76 64
QF Zina Garrison USA (#4, 90 YER 10) beat Natalia Zvereva USSR (#5 90 YER 12) 64 63
QF Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario ESP (#2 90 YER 7) beat Nicole Provis AUS 75 62

SF Jana Novotna beat Barbara Paulus 75 76
SF Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario beat Zina Garrison 62 75

F Jana Novotna beat Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 64 62

Novotna claims the title with wins over the top two seeds and later follows up with a rush to the final of the Australian Open which included a win over three-time defending champion Steffi Graf.
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