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post #16 of 129 (permalink) Old Jan 6th, 2004, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks very much for the efford, Declan. I'll add those results to the list on top soon. So she seemed to play the Avon F. of Las Vegas, as well as Beckham plus the Championships.

As for Las Vegas you wrote I have the final 2 results, but I don't, have you got the semifinals result maybe?
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Oh, Andy wrote down the semi results, seeing it now Thanks so much guys !!!
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McDaniel def Grubb-Hansen-Stuart-Dent 60 61

OMG the match must have been over before the umpire introduced the loser's name!!!
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Confusion about the Australian tournaments in 1982, now that one is for the experts:

1st: There was Perth after Wimbledon, I believe that that was an exhibition or at least kind of a non-WTA tour tournament. Jaeger beat Goolagong in the semis and lost to Evert in the finals. Does anyone have more results and knowledge whether this one was official?

2nd: I have 2 results from indoor exhibition matches in Australia, PROBABLY both matches within the same event: Jaeger beat Goolagaong as well as Navratilova (3 sets) in the round robins, I don't have any post round robin results.

3rd. Tracy Austin lost to Evonne Goolagong at a grass tournament at the end of 1982. Probably an exhibition. No further results....
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McDaniel def Grubb-Hansen-Stuart-Dent 60 61

OMG the match must have been over before the umpire introduced the loser's name!!!
Betty Ann always just played with whatever her married name was at the time, and in 1979 and early '80 she was always just Betty Ann Stuart. The first time I saw her listed as 'Dent' was after losing to Martina at Eastbourne in June that year... That's a really annoying habit the tennis database websites have, of listing players under their married names; why don't they just list them according to what they were at the time?......

I'm pretty sure Andrea's Las Vegas pre-qualifying and qualifying results will be in April 1980's "World Tennis". One of the ones I've kept is the March 1980 edition, and it has the December 1979 Australian tour results (such as Sue Barker winning at Sydney). Andrea's Las Vegas was just a few weeks later..............
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Robert - Beckenham was not a Futures event, just a regular pre-Wimbledon grass-court event and had existed for decades as the Kent Championships (see Women's tennis finals database). It may be that the results of the whole tournament are listed in Declan's British Tennis '81 LTA annual. I have it too but mine's at my mother's in Cornwall.

Also, I gave all Betty Ann's names so if you weren't familiar with her as Stuart, you'd hopefully recognise her under one of the other names!

I should be able to clear up some of the Perth questions for you later on tonight.

Finally, Declan, does the March 1980 edition of your World Tennis list final results for tournaments in Australia other than those already in the Women's tennis finals database? If so, PLEASE share!
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Robert - Beckenham was not a Futures event, just a regular pre-Wimbledon grass-court event and had existed for decades as the Kent Championships (see Women's tennis finals database). It may be that the results of the whole tournament are listed in Declan's British Tennis '81 LTA annual. I have it too but mine's at my mother's in Cornwall.

Also, I gave all Betty Ann's names so if you weren't familiar with her as Stuart, you'd hopefully recognise her under one of the other names!

I should be able to clear up some of the Perth questions for you later on tonight.

Finally, Declan, does the March 1980 edition of your World Tennis list final results for tournaments in Australia other than those already in the Women's tennis finals database? If so, PLEASE share!
Unfortunately not - it has results of the Colgate Series Championships, Adelaide, Sydney, Tokyo (Japan Open), Kyoto (Borden Classic)and Tokyo (Emeron Cup) - they're all in your database.
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Those indoor events after Wimbledon were exhibitions. The WTA was very upset because they were held the same week as the US Clay was in the United States. The US Clay was a televised event and had a second class field, especially in 1982.
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Does anyone know where this even took place when Goolagong beat Austin in 3 sets in the semifinals? It was on grass, in Australia, in 1982, that's all I know.
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I'll get back to you in an hour Robert!
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Confusion about the Australian tournaments in 1982, now that one is for the experts:

1st: There was Perth after Wimbledon, I believe that that was an exhibition or at least kind of a non-WTA tour tournament. Jaeger beat Goolagong in the semis and lost to Evert in the finals. Does anyone have more results and knowledge whether this one was official?

2nd: I have 2 results from indoor exhibition matches in Australia, PROBABLY both matches within the same event: Jaeger beat Goolagaong as well as Navratilova (3 sets) in the round robins, I don't have any post round robin results.

3rd. Tracy Austin lost to Evonne Goolagong at a grass tournament at the end of 1982. Probably an exhibition. No further results....
In August 1982, there were exhibition tournaments in Sydney and Perth, neither of which counted in terms of ranking points.
In Sydney (Australian Indoors - 29/7-1/8) there were two RR groups Group 1: Evert def Cawley 63 61, Leand 61 61, Hanika 26 63 63. Cawley beat Hanika 64 63, Leand 63 64, Hanika def Leand 62 64.

Group 2: Bunge def Jaeger 63 61, Barker 46 63 63. Navratilova def Barker 63 63 def Bunge 64 36 63. Jaeger def Barker 60 60, Navratilova 16 63 62. Navratilova scratched & was replaced by Jaeger who bt 64 61 in the 3rd place play-off. Evert d Bunge 63 60 in the final.

In Perth (Australian Challenge). Goolagong lost Jaeger 16 36 and Evert def Barker 60 64 in sf. In the final, Evert bt Jaeger 61 36 60.

The Austin match was in a special women’s international team event in Adelaide, November, where a British Commonwealth team played a "Rest of the World" team. Cawley lost 76 64 to Shriver but beat Austin 64 46 62 as the Commonwealth went down 3-6. The other singles results were: Austin d Barker 63 64, Shriver d Turnbull 61 76, Turnbull d Austin 64 26 76, Mandlikova d Barker 63 64, Turnbull d Mandlikova 57 62 63.
In doubles Shriver/Mandlikova d Barker/Turnbull 64 64, Austin/Shriver Barker/Turnbull 64 64.

All data from World of Tennis 1983.

Hope this answers those questions, Robert.
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Robert - Beckenham was not a Futures event, just a regular pre-Wimbledon grass-court event and had existed for decades as the Kent Championships (see Women's tennis finals database). It may be that the results of the whole tournament are listed in Declan's British Tennis '81 LTA annual. I have it too but mine's at my mother's in Cornwall.

Also, I gave all Betty Ann's names so if you weren't familiar with her as Stuart, you'd hopefully recognise her under one of the other names!

I should be able to clear up some of the Perth questions for you later on tonight.

Finally, Declan, does the March 1980 edition of your World Tennis list final results for tournaments in Australia other than those already in the Women's tennis finals database? If so, PLEASE share!

Sorry, forgot to say this earlier: "Tennis ''81" just has the Beckenham quarter-finals onwards results, same as the "World Of Tennis" book.
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It definetely help, Andy. Thank you !!!
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Right before the French Open 1981 an exhibition was held in Tokyo, Jaeger beat Tracy Austin in the finals 36 63 76. Does anyone have more results? Around the same time was a doubles exhibition in Tokyo, but I believe it was not the same event, was it?

Another one is Carlsbad 1981. Seems to be an exhibition as they played out the third place (Shriver beat Jaeger, Jaeger lost to Mandlikova in semis) anymore results there ?
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hey Robert,

The Jaeger/Austin match was in the Gunze Tournament, an event which started in the mid-70s and was sometimes a regular tournament and sometimes a non-tour exhibition. Woprdl of Tennis 82 only gives the final result, though often this tournament contained 8 players.

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Carlsbad was just a two-day event:
sf
Evert d Shriver 64 63
Mandlikova def Jaeger 67 63 64

f: Evert won 64 63
3rd place play off Shriver won 63 62
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he sf and final were preceded by a round robin.
In Jaeger's group, there were:
Roberta McCallum, Lucia Romanov and Peanut Louie.
Louie lost to Jaeger in the rr (no score) as well as 64 63 in the sf but that's the only result I can find.

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