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post #2 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 11th, 2004, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Dear Jennifer,

I am writing this message having recently watched your semifinal match at the US Open. Your match showed me exactly why you are such an admirable person and why so many fans root for you. I was extremely impressed by the heart and the fight you showed during the match. It’s a shame that match had to be decided by a tie break, cause I think that in a Grand Slam, a person should win the match by at least two games in the last set.

As great as it would have been to see you win the Open, I don’t think results are as important as effort. You are by far, the greatest fighter, win or lose, that I have ever seen and think that everyone should fight like you do. I admire the way you have come back so many times and think you have a great chance to win Grand Slams late in your career like Andre Agassi did. I love the way you never give up.

As your fan, I will always root for you and support you, no matter what your results are. I hope that you don’t get too discouraged from this loss. I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone run as hard for every ball as you did. Your effort and fighting spirit have inspired me for many years. You have taught me, that no matter what the circumstances are, to never give up.

I would also like to thank you for providing tennis fans with so many classic matches. I think you bring out the best in your opponents and that’s why your matches are so good. You are truly the MVP of women’s tennis.

I just thought you should know how much I enjoy watching you play. Your fight and heart is what makes you such a special player.

Your fan,

Jenny from Virginia

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post #3 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 11th, 2004, 09:56 PM
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Dear Jenny

i m so proud of what u have done so far... not to say u have been one of the best hitters around... u have shown that when there's a will there's a way... many people may have counted u out as a contender for honours but time and again u have proven them wrong...

U r not done with the game yet... Think of all the support u have from all your fans here n u will know u have never been alone... n u never will....

Go Jenn... no matter what happens... we are always behing u

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post #4 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2004, 03:53 AM
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Dear Jenny, Jen-Jen or Jennifer :P

5 years ago, when you were coming back on the tennis scene, I saw you step on court for the first time. It was at the Bell Challenge in Quebec city. And since you I saw you hit that first ball, I became a fan. You just have so much talent, so much determination and so much fighting spirit that it can do nothing but inspire us, your fans, throughout our lives.

I saw your U.S Open semi-final yesterday. You played a tremendous match and even though you lost, you gave it your all, and that's what inspires me so much about you. You can get your ass kicked by an opponent and just come back and win it because you just want it so much. You are, and always will be, the greatest fighter in my heart, you inspire me to persevere in life and I will always remember that sentence you said this year, I don't remember at which press conference, but you said it like this: " Some people give up but I don't, I just dig deeper. "

Whatever's coming through your mind right now after that loss, just continue to dig deep.I'll always be behind you and i'll be cheering for you all the way. You're a fighter, and you will bounce back. Us, your fans, all know it. Keep it up girl, you're the best

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Jen, you are loved, girl nothing more to say
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post #6 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2004, 05:07 PM
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Jen, no matter what happens in your life and future tennis career always remember that you are one of the greatest tennis players ever to play the game. and not only that your smile and great personality have a such a great affect on so many people. its hard to describe your great effect on so many people. always remember Jenn that no matter what happens your fans will always be supporting you.

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post #7 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2004, 07:29 PM
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What eyes tell,
must be reminded.
Because if they shine,
you have made someone happy.

Keep fighting!
Believe in yourself!

ps: your eyes tell everything about you!
xxx Ines
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post #8 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2004, 09:51 PM
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Jen, thanks for another memorable match! You always show alot of heart in you matches and that's really what it's all about. Remember we will always be your fan.
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post #9 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2004, 10:46 PM
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Jennifer,you are the most exciting player in the world. Don't worry too much about your loss in the semis of the US Open. Reaching the semis of a Slam is still a great achievement. Besides,that's the nature of the game: You win some,you lose some. You still have four or five years of great tennis to look forward to if you want it. WE certainly want it! Thanks for all the pleasure you've given your fans throughout the years,and I'm sure there's lots more to come. But most important,just keep in mind that no matter whether you win all four Grand Slams or whether you lose in the first round of each of them,we will love you just as much,because we know that no one tries harder than you. And we can't ask anything more than that.


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post #10 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 13th, 2004, 01:06 AM
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Jennifer, win or lose, you know we still love you . You played unbelievable matches throughout the tournament and made me a bigger fan of yours. Remember, it took the Red Sox 86 years to break "The Curse of the Bambino", Michael Jordan seven seasons to win his NBA championship, John Elway 15 years to win his Super bowl, Ray Bourque 22 years to win his Stanley Cup, Martina Navratilova 11 years to win the US Open for the first time, and Phil Mickelson countless times before he won his first major, so good things really do happen to those who wait. Just believe that you can win and work hard. You know what will happen if you do. You really played well against Serena Williams and deserved the win no matter what people say. Every major you play it seems you get 1000 more fans because they love your spirit and will to win. Don't make this loss bring you down, but rather motivate you to do better the rest of your career. I know that every loss like this wants me to go see you at the Open more and more. Your 2002 Aussie Open final gave me the strength and belief to win my school shootout in basketball, coming back from 35 points down in the final minute only to win on a 5-pointer at the buzzer just three months later. You are the best player I have ever seen play the game of tennis, and the nicest, most beautiful woman in the game today. Keep that smile because it brightens up my day. I hope you play very well in Filderstadt and I really hope you can win in Philadelphia, which is in my home state of Pennsylvania.

Win or lose Jennifer, you will always be my hero.


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Jen, you're the best tennis player in the world and the coolest person I know. You have tons of great fans that support you and I'm one of them. We all love you and wish you the best, on and off court. You have a huge heart and you show it all to the world in your matches. You are such a strong person and you must never give up, you must never allow anything to bring you down. I hope to see you play for many years from now on, cause you can definitely do this. Some more wins are yours to take, although you don't have to prove anything more to anyone, you've already achieved so much, everybody knows you're a great champion. Your personality inspires me and helps me. So thank you so much for being the great person you are!

Teodora from Romania

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You are the greatest tennis player to ever play the game! Your fighting spirit, tremendous heart, and true passion, bring inspiration to Jen fans all around. I admire you and look up to you in more ways than one.

Even though you may not have been the champion at the US Open, you are still a champion in life. This year's US Open was my first tennis tournament I have ever been too. It was definately the best experience of my life. I watched every practice of yours and every match, while I was there. I will always support you through the good times and the bad times forever.

Good luck in all that you do, especially tennis. I look forward to cheering you on and supporting you for more years to come. Thanks for being a great person and for giving your fans some great memories. Kick some more ass!!!

Heather - U.S.A.
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post #15 of 50 (permalink) Old Sep 14th, 2004, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Robert1
Capriati called Billie-Jean King a "fuc***g dyk*" which caused her dismiss at Fed Cup.

At this year's US Open, during a changeover, she yelled to a supporting fan "Shut up, I know what to do".

What's your opinion on that?
well, well, sounds to me like you were that supporter....
so please don't shout during changeovers, it's quite disturbing....
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