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Venus Rallies Her Way into Semis of Family Circle Cup
Former Champion Martinez Still in the Running

CHARLESTON, S.C. (April 16) -- Venus Williams advanced to her first semfinal of the year Friday, beating Vera Zvonareva 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Family Circle Cup.



Venus Williams fought her way back against ninth-seeded Vera Zvonareva after falling behind 2-4 in the second set.


Williams, seeded fourth and the highest remaining seed in the event, has become a crowd favorite.

"I've never played in front of a crowd that's really, really been so behind me, ever," Williams said. "It's almost to the point of, 'OK, how do I deal with this?' So it's definitely, definitely nice."

Among those in the crowd cheering Williams was her sister, Serena, who was forced to withdraw from the tournament Thursday due to a sore knee.

Williams won four straight games after falling behind 2-4 in the second set to the ninth-seeded Zvonareva.

"I was a little disappointed that I had been in that situation," she said. "But at that point, all I could do was try to rectify it."

In the semifinals, Williams plays Jelena Kostanic, a 7-6 (7-4), 6-2 winner over Petra Mandula.

Kostanic, ranked No. 53, is looking for her first tour win. She was a finalist at Helsinki last year.

In other matches, 16th-seeded Conchita Martinez, celebrating her 32nd birthday, advanced with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Nadia Petrova, the No. 8 seed.

"It's awesome. I mean it's just a great birthday present," said Martinez, who had a walkover in the third round after Serena Williams withdrew.

Martinez, who won the Family Circle in 1994 and 1995, is the only former champion remaining in the field.

"It was a big surprise yesterday when Serena didn't show to play," she said. "I knew I had a big chance and I just took the chance and it's good when you can burn those opportunities."

Martinez, who hasn't won a singles title since the German Open four years ago, meets the winner of Friday night's match between fifth-seeded Lindsey Davenport and 11th-seeded Patty Schnyder in Saturday's semifinals.

Petrova, who made the semifinals at both Miami and Amelia Island in her last two tournaments, made 39 unforced errors on Friday. The Russian said she was tired.

"I played a lot of matches in the last three weeks, so I felt physically and mentally tired," she said. "You could see the amount of unforced errors and also a little bit of frustration in my face. I just couldn't find the energy inside me."

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Williams, Martinez, Kostanic, Schnyder advance to semifinals
April 16, 2004
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) Venus Williams advanced to her first semifinal of the year Friday, beating Vera Zvonareva 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Family Circle Cup.

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Williams, seeded fourth and the highest remaining seed in the event, has become a crowd favorite.

"I've never played in front of a crowd that's really, really been so behind me, ever," Williams said. "It's almost to the point of 'OK, how do I deal with this?' So it's definitely, definitely nice."

Among those in the crowd cheering Williams was her sister, Serena, who was forced to withdraw from the tournament Thursday due to a sore knee.

Friday night, Patty Schnyder beat fourth-ranked Lindsay Davenport 6-3, 6-2.

Schnyder, seeded 11th, needed just 52 minutes to dispatch Davenport, who was coming off a victory at Ameilia Island last week. Davenport fell behind 0-4 in the first set and never recovered.

"Some days you go out there and it's not your day," Davenport said. "I really felt almost wiped out - I don't know if it's from the last two weeks and I just wasn't on top of my game."

Schnyder reached the final here two years ago, in the process beating Jennifer Capriati, who was ranked No. 1 at the time.

Williams won four straight games after falling behind 4-2 in the second set to the ninth-seeded Zvonareva.

"I was a little disappointed that I had been in that situation," Williams said. "But at that point, all I could do was try to rectify it."

In the semifinals, Williams plays Jelena Kostanic, a 7-6 (4), 6-2 winner over Petra Mandula.

Kostanic, ranked No. 53, is looking for her first tour win. She was a finalist at Helsinki last year.

Making the semifinals "feels good of course," Kostanic said. "I didn't expect it before I came to this tournament that I was going to advance that far. But I knew I'm playing good tennis and I can do it."

Schnyder meets 16th-seeded Conchita Martinez in Saturday's other semifinal.

Martinez celebrated her 32nd birthday with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Nadia Petrova, the No. 8 seed.

"It's awesome. I mean it's just a great birthday present," said Martinez, who advanced to the quarterfinals after Serena Williams withdrew.

Martinez, who won the Family Circle in 1994 and 1995, is the only former champion remaining in the field.

"It was a big surprise yesterday when Serena didn't show to play," she said. "I knew I had a big chance and I just took the chance and it's good when you can burn those opportunities."

Martinez hasn't won a singles title since the German Open four years ago.

Petrova, who made the semifinals at both Miami and Amelia Island in her last two tournaments, made 39 unforced errors on Friday. The Russian said she was tired.

"I played a lot of matches in the last three weeks, so I felt physically and mentally tired," she said. "You could see the amount of unforced errors and also a little bit of frustration in my face. I just couldn't find the energy inside me."

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Venus Williams defeated Vera Zvonareva6-3, 6-4

Friday, April 16, 2004



Q. You started out with you had four aces, and they ranked in speed from the high 80s up to the 108, 109 miles an hour. Did that have anything to do with the secret weapon you were talking about the other night?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Oh, no. Come on. There's no secret weapon. I'm just playing as hard as the next person, and I'm just trying to supplement my game with extra stuff, but no, I'm hoping to serve even more aces in the match.



Q. The speed change is what I was particularly interested in, especially with clay. Somebody was telling me it's like a chess match out there compared to the hard court, which is where your power comes into effect. Can you talk about that a little bit?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Yeah. You do hit a few extra balls, and sometimes you try to hit the ball deep and next one short and next one at an angle and definitely think about the placement a little bit more because there's more time out there. But other than that, I still stick to my normal game and not really change too much.



Q. On to the semifinals and looking at the bracket there, you and if Lindsay wins will be only two of the Top 10 players seeded here. Talk about, I guess, the lack of Top 10 seeds being there.



VENUS WILLIAMS: It's been a good tournament. Obviously there's been some unforeseen circumstances, but that's life. You always have to be ready for plan B, C and D.



Q. Venus, it seemed like in the second set when you were able to get the break back and even at 4-4 that really seemed to turn the momentum in your favor. Did you feel that at the time?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Well, I was a little bit disappointed that I had been in that situation, but at that point all I could do was try to rectify it, and she was playing well and she's a good player and very determined. So I definitely had to be on top of my game and not really anything below.



Q. You looked pretty upset at one point in the second set. Was there something wrong or were you just frustrated?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Do I look upset?



Q. You looked really upset, looked like you were about to cry.



VENUS WILLIAMS: Oh, shocker. Well, I don't know. I don't quite remember that point in the match, so --



Q. She double faulted twice, you know, after she got the early break, and then she double faulted on set point. When you see people doing that, do you think they're stressed out? Do you feel like you have them at that point? I mean those are obviously huge points to double fault.



VENUS WILLIAMS: Yeah. It's hard these days on court. You have to play well, and I think I was putting a lot of pressure on her serve and her second serve. So maybe -- I don't want to talk too much, but that was probably, you know, her alternative.



Q. Three matches this year, how good do you feel going into Saturday?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I always want to be better. What I'm trying to do these days is take the positive out of my matches and not really focus so much on what I could have done better or the mistakes that I made because then I get too bogged down and I take that into the next match instead of taking a really positive outlook. So what I'll do is just focus on all the good things I did and focus on that tomorrow.



Q. At the same time I think this is your first match where you won in straight sets.



VENUS WILLIAMS: Here?



Q. Yeah. Here.



VENUS WILLIAMS: Oh. Maybe not.



Q. Venus, since some of the seeds have been taken out at the top of the draw, do you consider yourself a favorite now to win?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I just really want to do well for myself. And to be honest, in the thought process, I don't consider myself a favorite at any tournament. I consider myself the one who has to fight harder than the next person. I think as long as I'm thinking that, I'll be fine.



Q. How close do you think you are to playing what you normally consider your best? Are people intimidated the way they once were with you?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I don't think anyone exactly comes and says, yes, I'm really happy that I'm going to be playing Venus. I don't think it's that way, but I think a lot of players probably think, wow, maybe I can get a win against her now. But I think that a lot of points I am playing well, and then there are some points where I haven't played as well as I could and I'm just going to focus on definitely playing each point more consistently than the last one.



Q. You overcame early breaks in both sets. Did you feel like, especially at the run at the end of the second set that you were playing more at the level of your potential right now?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I just -- I don't know. No. I really felt like I could have played a lot better, but then I played a really good player and she played some good points and she had some good lobs when I came into the net, so it was a challenge out there, but I definitely would like to even just take it from there and go play better.



Q. Do you think people are more confident against you now than they might have been before?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I guess you'd have to ask them, but really when I step out there on the court, my main focus is me, and whether the next person is confident or not just doesn't affect how I'm hitting the ball. So as long as I'm confident and hitting the ball, I'm really okay.



Q. In that way do you play -- it's my perception that you usually play pretty much the same way against everybody, that you don't worry a whole lot about counter punching what other people do. Is that a fair description?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I think it's important to recognize your opponent's strengths and weaknesses, but definitely I feel that my game is strong enough that I don't have to go out there and change it for any player that I do play.



Q. Were you concerned at all about the quick turnaround from an evening match to early afternoon?



VENUS WILLIAMS: No. I like the day matches. So I was happy to be on at day.



Q. The sun doesn't bother you at all? When you're serving into the sun at all didn't bother you?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Sometimes, but I'm a professional tennis player. No excuses. You have to get out there and I have to play. Sometimes you're a little bit blinded after serving in the sun, but you have to keep playing the point; and she's playing under the same conditions I am.



Q. Are you healthy now? In your mind are you healthy now?



VENUS WILLIAMS: It's hard, but I'm trying.



Q. The other day you talked about you said, even in the last six months the depth in women's tennis has certainly improved a lot. Who would you actually go pay to see play a match? I know you don't have to, but --



VENUS WILLIAMS: No. I don't have to pay. What?



Q. Neither do I, but my point is that like maybe are there players you enjoy watching just for the sheer love of the game, hey, I'd like to go watch her play?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I just really love women's tennis, to be honest, and I like watching everyone play, just to see people compete against each other, and not necessarily even to scout players or what have you. I just like to see women's tennis matches. So for me all the matches are good. I'm kind of biased maybe.



Q. What about the men when you're at a mixed event?



VENUS WILLIAMS: You know, men's tennis is awesome, too, but I really only watch the women.



Q. There's a general disappointment that Serena's not playing, that Henin-Hardenne and the other players have dropped out. If you're a big fan of women's tennis, does that make this week less exciting for you?



VENUS WILLIAMS: No. I don't think so. I think the tournament is wonderful. We have a wonderful facility, and there's a lot of exciting matches, and definitely opportunity to see two Americans in the final. So I think there's a lot of things that are definitely happening here.



Q. Is there a sense of relief that, oh, I don't have to meet Serena in the final?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Not really because I would like to get there first, so why be worried about something that hasn't happened yet?



Q. The crowd was pretty well behind you today, I mean squarely behind you, and you talked about how they cheer for you a lot down here, you like to play. Did that help you at all, because the match was -- you were down, I think, 3-1 in the second match and then 4-2 you came charging back with two breaks to take it all. Did the crowd have any effect helping you with that?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Everyone was so positive, saying "Venus don't let up" and "go get her" and what have you, and I've never played in front of a crowd that's really, really been so behind me ever, and it's almost to the point, okay, how do I deal with this? So it's definitely -- definitely nice.



Q. One person in the crowd today was Serena. I mean did she say anything to you this morning or did she talk to you at all, and could you hear her cheering for you out there?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Yeah. I always hear her because I know her voice.



Q. Did she say anything to you before the match?



VENUS WILLIAMS: No. She just said, "remember what I told you yesterday," and that was all.



Q. Is it hard when you're -- I mean when you're good enough that people are constantly rooting for your opponent, you know, and you made it sound like this was a rather unique situation for you today.



VENUS WILLIAMS: It is. I always -- of course, I don't expect everyone to be a Venus Williams fan, go Venus. Everyone has to have their favorites, and that's what makes women's tennis women's tennis. But I've never played in front of a crowd that the majority of people wanted me to win I felt like. So like I said, I had to adjust.



Q. Do you think that was because of the injury? I mean I know McEnroe was loved at the end.



VENUS WILLIAMS: No. Serena told me, like last year she came here and everyone was definitely for her, and I was like, "Wow, Serena, that's great."



Q. Are you coming back next year with your sister?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I want to. I want to make it a priority.



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Venus moves into first final of year with easy victory
April 17, 2004
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CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Venus Williams beat Jelena Kostanic of Croatia 6-4, 6-1 Saturday at the Family Circle Cup, capitalizing on a strong serve to reach her first final of the year.

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She will next play Spain's Conchita Martinez, who defeated Switzerland's Patty Schnyder 6-4, 6-3 in the other semifinal. The players at times taunted each other across the net, and Schnyder refused to shake her opponent's hand afterward. Martinez, seeded 16th, won this tournament in 1995 and 1994.

Williams was playing in her first semifinal of the season and first clay-court event. She struggled with unforced errors in the first set but had no trouble in the second. Kostanic left the court with a trainer at the end of the first set to treat a cramp in her hip.

"It wasn't that painful," she said. "You know it's there and it made me scared a little."

The fourth-seeded Williams is the highest seed left after the top three seeds, including Serena Williams, withdrew with lingering injuries and illnesses.

Williams said her goal entering the tournament was simply to stay healthy.

"I don't feel any pressure," she said. "I just want to play better with each match."


Venus Williams uses her booming serve to take control in the second set. (Getty Images)
She wasn't at her best Saturday, with 34 unforced errors and five double faults. But she hit 65 percent of her first serves, which were consistently more than 100 mph. She won almost 80 percent of the points off her first serve and only 26 percent off her second.

This was Kostanic's first semifinal in a Tier I event.

"My concentration was going up and down," she said. "Experience was key in this match."

Kostanic tried to mix her shots against Williams, including several drop shots.

"When I'm playing good, my drop shots are really ... pretty good and a lot of people struggle with them," she said.

Williams seemed a little perturbed at having to chase down so many balls at the net. After Kostanic lobbed over Williams following a drop shot, Williams responded with a 111 mph ace and a 110 mph serve that Kostanic couldn't return, making it 4-1 in the second set. She won the next two games easily to end the match.

The other semifinal was far more contentious. The 11th-seeded Schnyder took exception to Martinez's habit of looking for a winning ball to use for her next serve. Schnyder tucked one ball in her tennis skirt to keep it from Martinez.

After the match, Schnyder would not shake Martinez's hand at the net and again as the two were walking off the court.

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[B]Venus Williams defeated Jelena Kostanic

6-4, 6-1

Saturday, April 17, 2004





AMY BINDER: Venus is actually going to make an opening statement about her match today. And you can follow up with questions.



VENUS WILLIAMS: I feel great about getting to the finals of this event, my first clay court of the year, first finals of the year. Also love Charleston, had a great time with the fans, and really just looking forward to taking another step tomorrow.



Q. How badly did you want to end that 14-month drought since the last time you've won? I mean how big would a win be to you in terms of your comeback and everything?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I don't even see it that way. I just see it more or less as a final, and for me it's very good to be here.



Q. Venus, is it kind of different having to play a left- hander? Do you prepare a little differently or is it the same game plan no matter righty or lefty?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Definitely pretty much the same game plan, but it is pretty important to realize that they are left-handed, I mean when it comes down to deciding which side you're going to throw the lob up to. So it's important.



Q. Do you feel like you're moving better as you keep progressing, sliding better?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I'm trying.



Q. How does the ankle feel? Everything feeling all right?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I'm okay. Thanks.



Q. She was talking about early in the match when you started creeping in inside the baseline on the return of service. She said that she noticed that, and she said I think players do get intimidated, you know, the fact that you can do that, you can really force things that way. Do you think you get inside players' heads when you do that? Do you think players get tense when you can return serve so far inside the baseline?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Well, I suppose the whole point of the game is to apply pressure and to not make mistakes and to play better than your opponent. So that's really what I'm doing out there is applying pressure the whole time.



Q. How much pressure on you tomorrow being as you haven't won for 14 months?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I actually don't feel any pressure. Just want to go out there and play really well and play better, and I actually do mean that I want to play better with each match.



Q. Do you feel like you played better today?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I tried a lot. I'm very happy to have won the match today.



Q. Do you care who you play tomorrow?

VENUS WILLIAMS: The higher ranked players would be nice.



Q. Why?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Because then

it helps my ranking. I don't know who's higher ranked, though. Probably Patty maybe.



Q. Talk about what it's like to play against Patty. She's obviously kind of a changeup type player.



VENUS WILLIAMS: Yeah. I think I've played her on clay before. I don't quite remember now, but played her a number of times, and I'm sure she'll be eager to get a win against me, and obviously I'm very eager to get a win against her.



Q. Jelena said experience played a big deal, her lack of experience played a big deal today. I mean when you play somebody who's I don't think ever played you before who's playing a Tier I semifinal for the first time, can you sense their nervousness or do you take advantage of that at all?



VENUS WILLIAMS: I definitely at this point sense a lot of what my opponent's going through. Just even through experience, I should be able to relate to maybe what the next person is feeling. But all in all when I'm out there, I'm definitely concentrating on my method of success.



Q. You were saying this is your first clay tournament this year?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Yes.



Q. Did you have any expectations coming into the first clay tournament of the season and have you exceeded them, have you met them?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Well, I guess my expectations was try to stay healthy more than anything.



Q. Earlier in the week I asked you about the gifts, and I think at that time you said you hadn't opened anything you'd been given by the tournament. Is the status the same with that?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Yeah. I'm going to work on it today.



Q. Will you tell me perhaps tomorrow?



VENUS WILLIAMS: Exactly. I will. I'll be ready.



Q. Okay. I will too.



Q. Venus, I just wonder being out and around in Charleston this week have you run into any of these Confederate re-enactors around town?



VENUS WILLIAMS: No. Why do they have reenactments?



Q. They're burying some sailors who were brought up with the HUNLEY. That's a Confederate submarine that sank off the coast here. And they're burying them today. There are like thousands of Rebel re-enactors in town. You haven't run across any of them?

VENUS WILLIAMS: No.






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Venus Williams returns a shot to Jelena Kostanic, of Croatia, during a semifinal match at the Family Circle Cup in Charleston, S.C., Saturday, April 17, 2004. Williams won 6-4, 6-1.

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Venus Williams volleys to Jelena Kostanic of Croatia, Saturday, April 17, 2004, during a semifinal of the Family Circle Cup in Charleston, S.C. Williams won in straight sets, 6-4, 6-1

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Former tennis player and namesake of the Leslie Allen
Foundation poses with Venus Williams during the Family Circle
Cup on April 16, 2004 at the Family Circle Cup Tennis Center
in Charleston, South Carolina.

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