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this is kim's schedule for the indoor season:

SEPTEMBER

11: Fed Cup finale
<LI>25: Fortis Championships, Luxemburg

OKTOBER
2: Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Filderstadt, Duitsland
9: Kremlin Cup Moskou, Rusland
16: Zurich Open, Zwitserland
30: Gaz de France Stars Hasselt, België
i just feel it's pure madness. that's 6 straight weeks from luxembourg all the way to YEC (the week after hasselt)

she most likely got hard-designated for moscow by WTA, but imo she should pull out from there if kim keeps saying how she cannot play 3 straight weeks, how the hell is she going to play 6 straight?

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She has a week off between Zürich and Hasselt, according to your schedule.

I'd drop Filderstadt now that the bonus points don't exist anymore.
Focus on the Tier I's, Kim!
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Filderstadt moved to Stuttgart anyway
But I agree, she ought to drop one tournament in october, this is madness
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I just can't understand what's going on these days with Kim, it must be my pea sized brain.

Carl Maes allegedly reports in Humo magazine that Kim will be playing fewer tournaments and training less and then we get this schedule for October .

But I have to say, I kind of like the schedule - if Kim's body can stand the strain, I reckon that with it she'll be on top form by the time of the YEC

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Originally Posted by gurl_tennis
this is kim's schedule for the indoor season:

SEPTEMBER

11: Fed Cup finale
<LI>25: Fortis Championships, Luxemburg

OKTOBER
2: Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Filderstadt, Duitsland
9: Kremlin Cup Moskou, Rusland
16: Zurich Open, Zwitserland
30: Gaz de France Stars Hasselt, België
i just feel it's pure madness. that's 6 straight weeks from luxembourg all the way to YEC (the week after hasselt)

she most likely got hard-designated for moscow by WTA, but imo she should pull out from there if kim keeps saying how she cannot play 3 straight weeks, how the hell is she going to play 6 straight?
Thanks!
just one remark (not that it makes much difference ) : Fed Cup finals: September 16 & 17

re the schedule: that's
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She has a week off between Zürich and Hasselt, according to your schedule.

I'd drop Filderstadt now that the bonus points don't exist anymore.
Focus on the Tier I's, Kim!
my bad still one heck of a schedule
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