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Becky's Story

In the spring of 1995 Becky was rushed to a local Arlington Hospital in the early hours of the morning having difficulty breathing and speaking. I arrived a few minutes later and observed that she was very restless and confused. She was constantly moving her legs and squirming about on the hospital bed. I was told that the resident physician thought she was having a panic attack. This was an absurd diagnosis. I found the doctor (whose name we are withholding) and explained that I knew this patient well (we were not married at the time) and worked with her. She could never have a panic attack. In fact, she excelled at functioning under pressure. The doctor just said to me "I have made my diagnoses" and walked off.
This was a frightening moment and before I could gather myself for action, the doctor had ordered her to be strapped down and administered a double dose of Haldol. Hearing her cry out for help when I was helpless to stop this blind course of action by the hospital will always remain as a vivid memory.

At this point I was sure her life was at stake because her symptoms were consistent with some form of encephalitis. Since I worked in the field of neuroscience I went to the phone and awoke a neurosurgeon from George Washington University (GWU) Hospital whom I knew.

"Steve, I have a problem. Becky is in the hospital and is having difficulty talking, swallowing, and is extremely restless. The doctors here are treating it as a panic attack. I need your help in getting her out of here."

My problem was that one cannot transfer a patient to another hospital unless a doctor at the receiving hospital will accept them. Steve called the head of Neurology at GWU who agreed to take Becky. It was another four hours before we actually got her transferred.

By the time she arrived at GW she was unconscious. Their first act was to try and get a spinal tap, but there were problems. The Haldol she was given was exactly the wrong drug for encephalitis or any disease that could induce seizures. As the doctors tried to perform the spinal tap, Becky began to fight and yell out in what sounded like a strange language. Even with five very strong assistants, it was impossible to get the spinal tap they needed. They would have to wait for the Haldol to wear off and administer the correct drug to relax her.

It was twelve hours after the onset of her symptoms before the spinal tap could be performed, and what seemed like an eternity before the results were back: 96 white blood cell count in the cerebral spinal fluid--presumptive viral encephalitis. In lieu of a brain biopsy, the attending physician decided to begin treatment at once with acyclovir, intravenously.

Due to the late diagnosis and the delays in reaching a diagnosis, the attending physical and a nurse assistant decided to personally undertake the IV hook up to Becky. This turned out to be hazardous since Becky was still delirious and put a fight. After a struggle, and late that night, Becky was finally being correctly treated. The nurse who helped with the IV was only bitten once.

Becky survived and regained consciousness due to the prompt action of her doctor. However, it would take several years to fully recover.

To assist in her recovery, I turned to tennis as an activity to (hopefully) help her regain confidence in her body. For a year I could only get her on the court for an hour before she would have debilitating head aches.

For three more years I would drag her from one pro to the next to see if I could get her to a skill level that she would begin to have confidence in her body again. Occasionally, there would be a glimmer of hope but it would quickly fade. During this time there were several pros who provided support and could get her skill levels up for a short time, but the skill she gained would always disappear.

Finally, it became clear that I would have to undertake a more detailed study of how to convey tennis skills to Becky if they were to "stick". The problem was I did not know much myself. But my choices were to either give up on Becky, or go forward. The choice was simple. We went forward.

I began to undertake a scientific approach to analyzing strokes since this was our background. To my surprise, this was no simple matter. The way the human brain is constructed posed a significant barrier to experimentation. This forced me into making conjectures and testing them out. Becky was the willing and eager guinea pig in the experiments.

So we began with the process of hypothesis testing. There were many false starts and often we both thought we would loose our minds fighting this up hill battle. This was a humbling experience as we to work together as husband and wife ( a tough way to learn) because no one else could help us, and we could not afford to give up.

Through this terrible ordeal of learning, Becky fought tooth and nail to improve and reclaim confidence in her body. I will always remember one particular winter training session at the Van der Meer Academy in Hilton Head. It was an exceptionally cold winter at Hilton Head. We had settled on the hypothesis that Becky must build up her stamina and leg strength to improve and this was our objective. It was at night, it was raining heavily and the wind was blowing. The court had a roof, but no sides. She was drilling by running from side to side hitting a forehand and then a backhand. She would do sets of five, then seven, then nine, and so on until she reached over twenty. She was pushing herself so hard I began to wonder if we had completely lost our minds to be doing this at any age, much less at age 36. It was clear to me that she would stop at nothing to recover her physical ability. I was personally frightened that I would lose her, but she would not stop.

Also, during this period, as a personal challenge, Becky had decided to begin playing local tournaments. She got rated as an NTRP 3.5 in 1998, but was unsatisfied with her goals. She decided to set them higher than local amateur tournaments, her conjecture being that she must set her sites very high to have any hope of achieving her goals. So she entered national USTA amateur tournaments where she lost easily.

As another approach we went to the Advanta qualifying when the tournament was still played in Philadelphia. From this experience, she decided she wanted to hit like the players she saw there, so maybe by being around them she would learn. Why not? It seemed absurd in some respects that even though she was loosing, she decided to shoot for the stars. We entered the Hilton Head ITF/WTA $10K Satellite and took off. Nothing changed, however.

She suffered through one disappointment after another, until the Baltimore $10K. She won the first round in one hundred degree temperatures that took three hours. She won on sheer guts and intellect, but it was unrepeatable.

Many months later she played the Hopewell Junction $25K Challenger where she won a first round match, again on sheer guts and determination, but could not repeat her feat in the second round. Another series of disappointments ensued until the Midlothian $25K where she won another first round match on guts and intellect. But it was not repeatable in the second round.

To our disappointment, the strength hypothesis proved to be false and we were back at square one. I was personally at a loss. Every hypothesis I had made and tested proved false. I needed better information: Video.

Video proved invaluable in that it began providing good scientific data to work from. But ordinary video was still insufficient. Kate Mills, now one of our EASI Tennis pros, brought to my attention the TennisONE website as a source of high speed video. It was worth a try since I was running out of options, and time as I saw it.

I obtained all the data from TennisONE and John Yandell's group I could get and began analyzing it. Becky and I suspended tournaments and concentrated on getting the information right. With some luck and a lot of effort, we began to get it right as demonstrated by the fact that Becky began to reproduce her skill for the first time on her own. At last the skills became her property, and not that of some coach--myself included.

As we practiced at public courts, people began stopping to watch her. Some would come up to me and say how dramatically she had advanced in so short a time (her major advancement spanned less than one year). I would try to explain to them that I did very little compared to the enormous sacrifice she made to finally to be able to hit at a professional level two days in a row, but no one could really understand this without having been there.

When I think back over the past seven years, I wonder at how someone could be so determined to reclaim their body from a potentially deadly illness that they would stop at nothing, and that no amount of pain or sacrifice could hold them back from achieving this goal. I don't know if I could have done this. But Becky is truly a beacon of hope and a profound statement of the true power of the human spirit.

From this painful and sometimes seemingly hopeless ordeal we discovered that to learn to hit like the pros in a short period of time you need good information. And if you have this information, an average player can excel to new heights never before imagined.

But Becky taught me a more eternal lesson: The true importance and meaning of the human spirit can be seen in its ability to overcome misfortune, adversity, and tragedy.




Becky Brown, M.S.
Ms Brown received her M.S. in applied mathematics from Johns Hopkins University and has over eighteen years experience in the development of high technology defense systems ranging from digital signal processing to embedded software systems for satellite guidance, navigation, and control. Prior to the inception of the neuroscience research with her husband, Ms. Brown had no previous high school, college or professional experience in tennis. Based on using the new training methods from their joint research, Ms Brown went from a USTA NTRP tennis rating of 3.5 to a professional world ranking of 1,069 in less than four years. Ms. Brown has several referred publications in nonlinear mathematics, chaos, and signal processing and has co-authored numerous articles on tennis training and coaching.


Bibliography
"On the Solution of Iterated and Duplication Equations", Brown, B., Brown, R., and Shlesinger, M., J. Stat. Physics, 2002
“Hyperbolic Pattern Detection Using the Hough and Fourier Transforms”, Popp, B., Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Signal and Image Processing, 1995)
Using the Hough transform and the Fourier Transform to Detect Broadband Multipath Interference Patterns in Lofargrams, Popp, B., NRL/MR/5580--93-7426, Naval Research Laboratory, 1993
“Is Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions Nature’s Sensory Device?”, Brown, R., Chua, L., and Popp, B., International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, Vol 2, No. 1, March 1992


Interesting story - but the comments on her wins are hilarious if you know the background of her opponents.

"She suffered through one disappointment after another, until the Baltimore $10K. She won the first round in one hundred degree temperatures that took three hours. She won on sheer guts and intellect, but it was unrepeatable."

That was against Venus Welch - who was 53 years old at that time.
That it was a grueling match might be true though. It ended 6-2 1-6 7-5 and Becky withdrew from her next match.

"Many months later she played the Hopewell Junction $25K Challenger where she won a first round match, again on sheer guts and determination, but could not repeat her feat in the second round."

She won 3-6 6-2 7-6 (4) against the relatively unknown bagel-girl Jacquelyn Litvack.
No, she could not repeat her feat in the 2nd round. Kim Grant handed her a double-bagel.

"Another series of disappointments ensued until the Midlothian $25K where she won another first round match on guts and intellect. But it was not repeatable in the second round."

6-3 6-2 against Nancy. IMO Becky's guts and intellect were only some of the reasons for her win. Nancy's backhand (and most of her other shots) would be another one.
And again a double-bagel followed in the next round.

And what about that advancement she has made with the new technology ? Her two matches this don't really reflect that.

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April 11, 2005
Family Circle Cup
Tier I; Clay Outdoors; Hilton Head, South Carolina

Main Draw:

1 - 1 - Larisa Ferrer - WC - MDO
2 - 1 - Karla Herrera
3 - 2 - Caroline Whitten
4 - 3 - Jane Wong
5 - 4 - Larissa Liashenko
6 - 5 - Ana-Maria Herrera
7 - 6 - Lucia Kurkova
8 - 7 - Eva Sorrenta
9 - 8 - Brenda Van Haak
10 - 9 - Adriana Gonzalez
11 - 10 - Nadia Banaszek
12 - 12 - Seashanda Lee-Jones
13 - 13 - Gianna Adrianna Dulko
14 - 14 - Lindsay-Anne Sarile
15 - 16 - Anabel Conde-Martinez
16 - 16 - Rachel Spears
17 - 17 - Anna Malisse
18 - 18 - Mazuelena Majlana
19 - 19 - Paula Masterton
20 - 20 - Regla Torres
21 - 21 - Tami Sugarn-Hawke
22 - WC - Marteena Huubere - WC - 36
23 - WC - Ruflina Taliamanosoko - 24
24 - WC - Anjelica de la Courtiere - WC - MDO - 26
25 - Q -
26 - Q -
27 - Q -
28 - Q -
29 - - - Bye
30 - - - Bye
31 - - - Bye
32 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 22 - Sandy Vicario
2 - 25 - Riana Shamira Zubir - WC
3 - 27 - Fleriancediore Hingisafrilia
4 - 29 - Arantxa Danese - WC
5 - 30 - Bryanne Applegate - WC
6 - 31 - Tiffani Eggert
7 - 32 - Monica Gambill
8 - 33 - Juliana Lapentti
9 - 37 - Patsy Lou Selez - WC
10 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - WC
11 - 41 - Maronica Tanasubin-Hardenport - WC
12 - 42 - Ekaterina Zagrovicskaya
13 - 43 - Samantha Soren
14 - WC - Anna Wilson - WC - 48
15 - WC -
16 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 46 - Kathleen Pryde
2 - 47 - Natalia Tandolcheva
3 - 57 - Carmen Prado
4 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 1
5 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - WC - 1
6 - 77 - Nikela Filas-Adidasini
7 - 89 - Candela Sanchez-Connelly
8 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 1
9 - 108 - Lina Krunova - WC
10 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 1
11 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 1
12 - 115 - Brooke Allemang - 1
13 - 116 - Lina Shenkova
14 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick - MDO - WC
15 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris -1 - WC
16 - NR - Samantha Hurley - WC
17 - NR - Uranus Williams - 1 - WC
18 - -
19 - -
20 - -
21 - -



Biarritz Challenger
$25k ITF; Clay Outdoors; Biarritz, France

Main Draw:

1 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda - 2 - MDO
2 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 2
3 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - MDO - 2
4 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 3
5 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 2
6 - 115 - Brooke Allemang - 2
7 - WC -
8 - Q -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 128 - Martine Kartincova
2 - 139 - Nave Peer
3 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris -2 - WC
4 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - NR - Uranus Williams - 2/3



Poza Rica Challenger
$25k ITF; Hardcourt Outdoors; Poza Rica, Mexico

Main Draw:

1 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda - 1 - MDO
2 - 65 - Jennifer Casanova
3 - 95 - Liz Jonston
4 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 2
5 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 2
6 - 125 - Bianka Harlow
7 - WC -
8 - Q -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 134 - Tatiana Mendoza
2 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris -3 - WC
3 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
4 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - NR - Uranus Williams - 2/3



April 18, 2005
Fed Cup
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April 25, 2005
J&S Cup
Tier II; Clay Outdoors; Warsaw, Poland

Main Draw:

1 - 3 - Jane Wong
2 - 4 - Larissa Liashenko
3 - 10 - Nadia Banaszek
4 - 13 - Gianna Adrianna Dulko
5 - 16 - Anabel Conde-Martinez
6 - 16 - Rachel Spears
7 - 20 - Regla Torres
8 - 21 - Tami Sugarn-Hawke
9 - 24 - Ruflina Taliamanosoko
10 - 25 - Anne-Laure Vandelion - 1
11 - 25 - Riana Shamira Zubir - WC
12 - 26 - Anjelica de la Courtiere - WC
13 - 27 - Fleriancediore Hingisafrilia
14 - 29 - Arantxa Danese
15 - 31 - Tiffani Eggert
16 - 32 - Monica Gambill - WC 2 time def. Champ
17 - 36 - Marteena Huubere - 1
18 - 37 - Patsy Lou Selez - WC
19 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 1
20 - 42 - Ekaterina Zagrovicskaya
21 - 46 - Kathleen Pryde
22 - WC -
23 - WC -
24 - WC -
25 - Q -
26 - Q -
27 - Q -
28 - Q -
29 - - - Bye
30 - - - Bye
31 - - - Bye
32 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 47 - Natalia Tandolcheva
2 - 57 - Carmen Prado - 1 - MDO
3 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 1
4 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - WC - 1
5 - 77 - Nikela Filas-Adidasini
6 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 1
7 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 1
8 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 1
9 - 139 - Nave Peer
10 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 2 - WC
11 - NR - Uranus Williams
12 - -
13 - -
14 - WC -
15 - WC -
16 - WC -



Estoril Open
Tier IV; Clay Outdoors; Estoril, Portugal

Main Draw:

1 - 8 - Brenda Van Haak
2 - 11 - Selima Valentine
3 - 12 - Seashanda Lee-Jones
4 - 22 - Sandy Vicario
5 - 25 - Anne-Laure Vandelion - 2
6 - 28 - Hanne Nielsen
7 - 30 - Bryanne Applegate
8 - 33 - Juliana Lapentti
9 - 35 - Sabine Graf
10 - 36 - Marteena Huubere - 2
11 - 39 - Lindsay Raymond
12 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 2
13 - 43 - Samantha Soren
14 - 45 - Gisele Noventz
15 - 48 - Anna Wilson
16 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda
17 - 53 - Rosie Ribbons
18 - 57 - Carmen Prado - 2
19 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 2
20 - 62 - Nadira Haj Imani
21 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - MDO - 2
22 - WC -
23 - WC -
24 - WC -
25 - Q -
26 - Q -
27 - Q -
28 - Q -
29 - - -
30 - - -
31 - - -
32 - - -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 89 - Candela Sanchez-Connelly
2 - 92 - Maria Dubois
3 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 2
4 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 2
5 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 2
6 - 115 - Brooke Allemang
7 - 116 - Lina Shenkova
8 - 119 - Elise Mesane
9 - 128 - Martine Kartincova
10 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick
11 - 134 - Tatiana Mendoza
12 - 137 - Caitlin Cooper
13 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 1 - WC
14 - WC -
15 - WC -
16 WC

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
2 - NR - Samantha Hurley - WC


May 2, 2005
$1,300,000 Qatar Total German Open
Tier I; Clay Outdoors; Berlin, Germany

Main Draw:

1 - 1 - Larisa Ferrer - WC - MDO
2 - 1 - Karla Herrera
3 - 2 - Caroline Whitten
4 - 3 - Jane Wong
5 - 4 - Larissa Liashenko
6 - 6 - Lucia Kurkova
7 - 7 - Eva Sorrenta
8 - 9 - Adriana Gonzalez
9 - 10 - Nadia Banaszek
10 - 11 - Selima Valentine
11 - 13 - Gianna Adrianna Dulko
12 - 16 - Anabel Conde-Martinez
13 - 16 - Rachel Spears
14 - 17 - Anna Malisse
15 - 18 - Mazuelena Majlana
16 - 19 - Paula Masterton
17 - 20 - Regla Torres
18 - 21 - Tami Sugarn-Hawke
19 - 24 - Ruflina Taliamanosoko
20 - 25 - Riana Shamira Zubir - WC
21 - 26 - Anjelica de la Courtiere - WC
22 - WC - Sabine Graf - WC - 35
23 - WC - Ivana Kholizova - WC - 40
24 - WC -
25 - Q -
26 - Q -
27 - Q -
28 - Q -
29 - - - Bye
30 - - - Bye
31 - - - Bye
32 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 27 - Fleriancediore Hingisafrilia
2 - 29 - Arantxa Danese
3 - 31 - Tiffani Eggert
4 - 33 - Juliana Lapentti - WC
5 - 36 - Marteena Huubere - 1
6 - 37 - Patsy Lou Selez - WC
7 - 41 - Maronica Tanasubin-Hardenport
8 - 42 - Ekaterina Zagrovicskaya
9 - 43 - Samantha Soren
10 - 45 - Gisele Noventz
11 - 46 - Kathleen Pryde
12 - 47 - Natalia Tandolcheva
13 - 56 - Ella Felivitch - 1
14 - WC -
15 - WC -
16 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 1
2 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - WC - 1
3 - 77 - Nikela Filas-Adidasini
4 - 89 - Candela Sanchez-Connelly
5 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 1
6 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 1
7 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 1
8 - 115 - Brooke Allemang - WC
9 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick
10 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 1 - WC



$140,000 Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem
Tier IV; Clay Outdoors; Rabat, Morocco

Main Draw:

1 - 12 - Seashanda Lee-Jones
2 - 30 - Bryanne Applegate
3 - 36 - Marteena Huubere - 2
4 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 2
5 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda
6 - 53 - Rosie Ribbons
7 - 56 - Ella Felivitch - 2
8 - 57 - Carmen Prado
9 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 2
10 - 62 - Nadira Haj Imani
11 - WC -
12 - WC -
13 - Q -
14 - Q -
15 - - - Bye
16 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - MDO - 2
2 - 92 - Maria Dubois
3 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 2
4 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 2 - MDO
5 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 2
6 - 116 - Lina Shenkova
7 - WC -
8 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 119 - Elise Mesane
2 - 134 - Tatiana Mendoza
3 - 137 - Caitlin Cooper
4 - 139 - Nave Peer
5 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 2 - WC
6 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
7 - NR - Samantha Hurley



May 9, 2005
$1,300,000 Telecom Italia Masters Roma
Tier I; Clay Outdoors; Rome, Italy

Main Draw:

1 - 1 - Larisa Ferrer - WC - MDO
2 - 1 - Karla Herrera
3 - 2 - Caroline Whitten
4 - 3 - Jane Wong
5 - 4 - Larissa Liashenko
6 - 6 - Lucia Kurkova
7 - 7 - Eva Sorrenta
8 - 8 - Brenda Van Haak
9 - 9 - Adriana Gonzalez
10 - 10 - Nadia Banaszek
11 - 13 - Gianna Adrianna Dulko
12 - 16 - Anabel Conde-Martinez
13 - 16 - Rachel Spears
14 - 17 - Anna Malisse
15 - 18 - Mazuelena Majlana
16 - 19 - Paula Masterton
17 - 20 - Regla Torres
18 - 21 - Tami Sugarn-Hawke
19 - 22 - Sandy Vicario
20 - 24 - Ruflina Taliamanosoko
21 - 25 - Anne-Laure Vandelion
22 - WC - Arantxa Danese - WC - 29
23 - WC - Minami Amarraca - 44
24 - WC -
25 - Q -
26 - Q -
27 - Q -
28 - Q -
29 - - - Bye
30 - - - Bye
31 - - - Bye
32 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 25 - Riana Shamira Zubir - WC
2 - 26 - Anjelica de la Courtiere - WC - MDO
3 - 27 - Fleriancediore Hingisafrilia
4 - 28 - Hanne Nielsen
5 - 31 - Tiffani Eggert
6 - 32 - Monica Gambill
7 - 33 - Juliana Lapentti - WC
8 - 36 - Marteena Huubere - 1
9 - 37 - Patsy Lou Selez - WC
10 - 39 - Lindsay Raymond
11 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 1
12 - 41 - Maronica Tanasubin-Hardenport - WC
13 - 42 - Ekaterina Zagrovicskaya
14 - WC - Anna Wilson - WC - 48
15 - WC - Ella Felivitch - WC - 56
16 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 46 - Kathleen Pryde
2 - 57 - Carmen Prado - 1 - MDO
3 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 1
4 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - WC - 1
5 - 77 - Nikela Filas-Adidasini
6 - 92 - Maria Dubois - 2
7 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 1
8 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 1
9 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 1
10 - 116 - Lina Shenkova
11 - 125 - Bianka Harlow - 1
12 - 134 - Tatiana Mendoza
13 - 137 - Caitlin Cooper
14 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 1 - WC



$140,000 ECM Prague Open
Tier IV; Clay Outdoors; Prague, Czech Republic

Main Draw:

1 - 5 - Ana-Maria Herrera
2 - 36 - Marteena Huubere - 2
3 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 2
4 - 47 - Natalia Tandolcheva - WC home event
5 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda
6 - 53 - Rosie Ribbons
7 - 57 - Carmen Prado - 2
8 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 2
9 - 62 - Nadira Haj Imani
10 - 74 - Jelena Dokic - WC - 2
11 - WC - Maria Dubois - 1 - MDO - WC - 92
12 - WC - Brooke Allemang - WC - 115
13 - Q -
14 - Q -
15 - - - Bye
16 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 2
2 - 108 - Lina Krunova
3 - 110 - Jennie Dokic - 2
4 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 2
5 - 119 - Elise Mesane
6 - 125 - Bianka Harlow - 2
7 - WC -
8 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 128 - Martine Kartincova - WC - MDO
2 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick
3 - 139 - Nave Peer
4 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 2 - WC
5 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
6 - NR - Uranus Williams



May 16, 2005
$170,000 Internationaux de Strasbourg
Tier III; Clay Outdoors; Strasbourg, France

Main Draw:

1 - 2 - Caroline Whitten
2 - 3 - Jane Wong
3 - 10 - Nadia Banaszek
4 - 14 - Lindsay-Anne Sarile
5 - 17 - Anna Malisse
6 - 20 - Regla Torres
7 - 24 - Ruflina Taliamanosoko
8 - 25 - Anne-Laure Vandelion - 1
9 - 25 - Riana Shamira Zubir - WC
10 - 28 - Hanne Nielsen
11 - WC -
12 - WC -
13 - Q -
14 - Q -
15 - - - Bye
16 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 29 - Arantxa Danese
2 - 33 - Juliana Lapentti
3 - 35 - Sabine Graf
4 - 39 - Lindsay Raymond
5 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 2
6 - 41 - Maronica Tanasubin-Hardenport
7 - WC -
8 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 43 - Samantha Soren
2 - 47 - Natalia Tandolcheva
3 - 48 - Anna Wilson
4 - 57 - Carmen Prado - 1 - MDO
5 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 2
6 - 65 - Jennifer Casanova
7 - 77 - Nikela Filas-Adidasini
8 - 92 - Maria Dubois - 2 - WC
9 - 95 - Liz Jonston
10 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 2
11 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 1
12 - 115 - Brooke Allemang - 1 - WC
13 - 116 - Lina Shenkova
14 - 128 - Martine Kartincova - 1
15 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick - 1
16 - NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 1 - WC



$200,000 Istanbul Cup
Tier III; Clay Outdoors; Istanbul, Turkey

Main Draw:

1 - 7 - Eva Sorrenta
2 - 12 - Seashanda Lee-Jones
3 - 25 - Anne-Laure Vandelion - 2
4 - 26 - Anjelica de la Courtiere - WC
5 - 37 - Patsy Lou Selez - WC
6 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova - 1
7 - 53 - Rosie Ribbons
8 - 57 - Carmen Prado - 2
9 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - WC - 1
10 - 62 - Nadira Haj Imani
11 - WC -
12 - WC -
13 - Q -
14 - Q -
15 - - - Bye
16 - - - Bye

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 92 - Maria Dubois - 1 - WC
2 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 1
3 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu - 2
4 - 115 - Brooke Allemang - 2 - WC
5 - 119 - Elise Mesane - 1
6 - 125 - Bianka Harlow - 1
7 - WC -
8 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
- 139 - Nave Peer
- NR - Emily Simonsen Harris - 2 - WC
- NR - Samantha Hurley - 1



$25,000 Campobasso Challenger
ITF; Clay Outdoors; Campobasso, Italy

Main Draw:

1 - 51 Akemi Matsuda - 1 - MDO
2 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova - MDO - 3
3 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 4
4 - 115 - Brooke Allemang - 3
5 - 119 - Elise Mesane - 2
6 - 128 - Martine Kartincova - 2
7 - WC -
8 - Q -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick - 2
2 - 134 - Tatiana Mendoza
3 - NR - Samantha Hurley - 2
4 - WC -



$25,000 Olecko Challenger
ITF; Clay Outdoors; Olecko, Poland

Main Draw:

1 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda - 2 - MDO
2 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova - 3
3 - 125 - Bianka Harlow - 2
4 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
5 - NR - Uranus Williams
6 - -
7 - WC -
8 - Q -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - -
2 - -
3 - -
4 - WC -



May 23, 2005
$ Roland Garros
Grand Slam; Clay Outdoors; Roland Garros, France

Main Draw:

1 - 1 - Larisa Ferrer
2 - 1 - Karla Herrera
3 - 2 - Caroline Whitten
4 - 3 - Jane Wong
5 - 4 - Larissa Liashenko
6 - 5 - Ana-Maria Herrera
7 - 6 - Lucia Kurkova
8 - 7 - Eva Sorrenta
9 - 8 - Brenda Van Haak
10 - 9 - Adriana Gonzalez
11 - 10 - Nadia Banaszek
12 - 11 - Selima Valentine
13 - 12 - Seashanda Lee-Jones
14 - 13 - Gianna Adrianna Dulko
15 - 14 - Lindsay-Anne Sarile
16 - 16 - Anabel Conde-Martinez
17 - 16 - Rachel Spears
18 - 17 - Anna Malisse
19 - 18 - Mazuelena Majlana
20 - 19 - Paula Masterton
21 - 20 - Regla Torres
22 - 21 - Tami Sugarn-Hawke
23 - 22 - Sandy Vicario
24 - 24 - Ruflina Taliamanosoko
25 - 25 - Anne-Laure Vandelion
26 - 25 - Riana Shamira Zubir - WC
27 - 26 - Anjelica de la Courtiere - WC
28 - 27 - Fleriancediore Hingisafrilia
29 - 28 - Hanne Nielsen
30 - 29 - Arantxa Danese
31 - 30 - Bryanne Applegate
32 - 31 - Tiffani Eggert
33 - 32 - Monica Gambill
34 - 33 - Juliana Lapentti
35 - 35 - Sabine Graf
36 - 36 - Marteena Huubere
37 - 37 - Patsy Lou Selez - WC
38 - 39 - Lindsay Raymond
39 - 40 - Ivana Kholizova
40 - 41 - Maronica Tanasubin-Hardenport
41 - 42 - Ekaterina Zagrovicskaya
42 - 43 - Samantha Soren
43 - 44 - Minami Amarraca
44 - 45 - Gisele Noventz
45 - 46 - Kathleen Pryde
46 - 47 - Natalia Tandolcheva
47 - 48 - Anna Wilson
48 - 51 - Akemi Matsuda
49 - 53 - Rosie Ribbons
50 - 56 - Ella Felivitch
51 - WC - Lina Krunova - WC - 108
52 - WC - Emily Simonsen Harris - WC - NR
53 - WC -
54 - WC -
55 - WC -
56 - WC -
57 - Q -
58 - Q -
59 - Q -
60 - Q -
61 - Q -
62 - Q -
63 - Q -
64 - Q -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 57 - Carmen Prado
2 - 60 - Magdalena Chartazanova
3 - 62 - Nadira Haj Imani
4 - 65 - Jennifer Casanova
5 - 77 - Nikela Filas-Adidasini
6 - 89 - Candela Sanchez-Connelly
7 - 92 - Maria Dubois
8 - 95 - Liz Jonston
9 - 106 - Atlantina Tartarova
10 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu
11 - 115 - Brooke Allemang
12 - 116 - Lina Shenkova
13 - 119 - Elise Mesane
14 - 125 - Bianka Harlow
15 - 128 - Martine Kartincova
16 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick
17 - 134 - Tatiana Mendoza
18 - 137 - Caitlin Cooper
19 - 139 - Nave Peer
20 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
21 - NR - Samantha Hurley
22 - NR - Uranus Williams
23 - -
24 - -
25 - -
26 - -
27 - WC -
28 - WC -
29 - WC -
30 - WC -
31 - WC -
32 - WC -



May 30, 2005
$25,000 Surbiton Challenger
ITF; Grass Outdoors; Surbiton, Great Britain

Main Draw:

1 - 1 - Larisa Ferrer - WC - MDO
2 - 19 - Paula Masterton
3 - 32 - Monica Gambill
4 - 65 - Jennifer Casanova
5 - 92 - Maria Dubois - MDO
6 - 95 - Liz Jonston
7 - WC -
8 - Q -

Qualifying Draw:
1 - 114 - Tatiana Vieu
2 - 130 - Sarah Jamica Starr Roddick
3 - 137 - Caitlin Cooper
4 - WC -

Next In Qualifying Draw:
1 - 139 - Nave Peer
2 - NR - Alicia-Mashona Rasinski
3 - NR - Samantha Hurley

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Ospina, Snyder, Irvin, Bradshaw, Dabek, Cargill, Frazier, Granville,
Craybas, Harkleroad, Schlukebir, Cochran, Seles, Mall, Reeves

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Bartoli, Jidkova, Wheeler, Loeffler-Caro, L Reilly, Vakulenko, Pelletier, Tarabini, Molik


I Miss Zvereva, Cacic, Kelesi, Cristea, Ghirardi,
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