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Nov 2nd, 2006 02:44 PM
Farina Elia Fan
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Tatiana - another of my old favs goes this season


I loved the way she use to fight for every ball - she was a great player who if she was a little taller (to help out the serve) could have won a title. I was so happy she came back after all her problems and seeing her reach the 3rd at Wimbledon after all them problems and in tears at the achievement made me feel so happy for her. I hope she enjoys her life away from the tour. She deserves it!!!
Nov 2nd, 2006 02:38 PM
DevilishAttitude
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Tatiana

До свидания Татиана, Вы так успевали некоторое время, и ваша игра показала, что маленькие девочки могли играть в большой теннис малыша. Удача в будущем!

Another one of my faves gone.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

© Getty Images SINGLES
Winner: 1997 - ITF/Samara-RUS; 1994 - ITF/Mission-USA, ITF/Felixstowe-GBR, ITF/Rheda-Wiedenbruck-GER, ITF/Istanbul 3-TUR; 1992 - ITF/Siauliat-LIT.
Finalist (3): 2002 - Auckland, Sarasota; 2000 - Pattaya City.
Semifinalist (3): 2003 - Sydney; 2002 - Pattaya City; 2000 - Kuala Lumpur.
Quarterfinalist (12): 2004 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 2002 - Miami, Tokyo [Princess Cup], Filderstadt; 2001 - ’s-Hertogenbosch, Palermo, Bahia, Filderstadt, Linz, Pattaya City; 2000 - Oklahoma City, Moscow.

DOUBLES
Finalist (1): 2002 - Pattaya City (w/Krasnoroutskaya).
Semifinalist (3): 2005 - Hyderabad (w/Amanmuradova); 2003 - Auckland (w/Jidkova); 2002 - Auckland (w/Poutchek).

ADDITIONAL
Russian Fed Cup Team 1997-99, 2002-03.




CAREER IN REVIEW
1992 - Played first two ITF Circuit events, winning ITF/Siauliai-LIT.

1993 - SF at ITF/Szczecin-POL.

1994 - Won four ITF Circuit singles titles; made Tour debut at Moscow as qualifier (l. 2r).

1995 - Ranked No.154, qualified for Berlin and d. No.18 McNeil in 1r for first Top 20 win.

1996 - Qualified for Moscow, d. No.19 Coetzer in 1r; also qualified for Pattaya City (l. 2r).

1997 - Played first Grand Slams at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open; scored third career Top 20 win, d. No.18 Schultz-McCarthy en route to Miami 3r as qualifier; broke into Top 100 on May 19 at No.96; won first ITF Circuit title in three years at ITF/Samara-RUS.

1998 - Def. No.17 Raymond in Roland Garros 1r; clinched Russia’s win over Australia in Fed Cup 1r; in next round won both matches, leading Russia over Germany and qualifying for 1999 World Group I.

1999 - First Top 50 finish; career-best Grand Slam performance at Wimbledon, d. No.16 seed Zvereva to reach 3r; in Fed Cup play, d. No.11 Tauziat to help Russia d. France 3-2 and advance to SF, where she clinched Russia’s win over Slovakia; broke into Top 50 on October 25 at No.48.

2000 - Tour QF debut at Oklahoma City; in hometown Moscow, reached first Tier I QF; first Tour SF at Kuala Lumpur and a week later first final at Pattaya City (l. to Kremer).

2001 - Six QF at ’s-Hertogenbosch, Palermo, Bahia, Filderstadt, Linz (d. No.12 Dementieva) and Pattaya City; 3r at Wimbledon (l. to Capriati); fourth QF of season at Filderstadt, second career QF at Tier II or bigger.

2002 - Best season to date; runner-up at Auckland (l. to Smashnova) and Sarasota (d. No.13 Shaughnessy; l. to Dokic); SF at Pattaya City; QF at Miami (d. No.14 Sánchez-Vicario), Tokyo [Princess Cup] and Filderstadt (d. No.8 Dokic for first Top 10 win); first-time Tour doubles runner-up at Pattaya City (w/Krasnoroutskaya).

2003 - Successful first quarter of season, reaching first Tier II SF, continuing solid Grand Slam play; d. No.3 Capriati 75 third set in 2r of Sydney for best win to date en route to SF (l. to Davenport); recorded best Australian Open finish by reaching 3r at fourth straight Grand Slam tournament (l. to Davenport); following Berlin, withdrew from all tournaments due to need for mental recuperation.

2004 - Season highlighted by QF at Tier I Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; as No.250 (using special ranking of No.33), d. Zheng in 1r for 300th career match win, then d. No.8 Dementieva 76(5) 63 in 2r (third Top 10 win of career) to reach QF (l. to Dokic); at Wimbledon, qualified then reached fourth career 3r there (l. to Davenport), afterwards (July 5), reentered Top 100 at No.92 (first time since October 2003); ret. w/upper respiratory illness in Memphis 2r vs. Sharapova and withdrew from San Diego, Vancouver and Cincinnati w/left foot injury.

2005 - Eighth Top 100 finish of career, reaching QF at Auckland; ranked No.77 (unseeded), l. to No.26 (top seed) Frazier in 3s; 3r for second time at Australian Open (d. No.23 seed Jankovic in 1r; l. to No.10 seed Molik); 2r four times, incl. Wimbledon, Philadelphia (d. No.22 Jankovic 1r; l. to Washington); fell 1r at Roland Garros and failed to qualify for US Open main draw; reached fourth career Tour doubles SF at Hyderabad (w/Amanmuradova); withdrew from Indian Wells and Miami w/illness.


2006 IN DETAIL
JANUARY - Fell 1r at Canberra (l. to Schruff) and Australian Open (l. to Parra Santonja in 3s).

FEBRUARY - Withdrew from Pattaya City w/illness; fell 1r at Memphis (l. to Sucha).

MAY - Fell in Warsaw qualifying; qualified at Berlin, falling 1r (l. to No.16 seed Medina Garrigues).


PERSONAL
Coached by Pavel Joromsky and also works with her brother, Ruslan Panov ... Father’s name is Ura; mother, Ludmila, is an economist ... Favorite movie is Legends of the Fall; favorite singers are Madonna and Roxette ... Enjoys reading ... Likes to visit Florida ... Enjoys dancing and clubbing ... Finished high school in 1993 ... Admires Amanda Coetzer.


AWARDS
• In juniors, won 1994 Rome and 1993-94 Eddie Herr, reached SF in singles and doubles at 1993 Orange Bowl and QF at 1992 US Open and Orange Bowl.



She might have been small, she might not have been overly powerful. But she was 1 of the best counter-punchers from the millenium.

It's just a shame what ever happened in 2003, it meant she was never quite the same. But she managed to become a Top 70 player again and beat the likes of Dementieva and Jankovic *twice*

Nov 2nd, 2006 12:02 PM
rrfnpump
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Hinghest Ranking #20 eek:
she really made the most out of her limited talent, too bad she didnt win a title despite reaching three finals. She has had some good wins in her career including Dokic and Capriati.

Bye Tanya
I will miss you!
Nov 2nd, 2006 12:00 PM
furrykitten
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Good Luck to Panova
Nov 2nd, 2006 11:37 AM
MistyGrey
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Good Luck Older Tati!
Nov 2nd, 2006 11:22 AM
SpikeyAidanm
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Good luck babe, u had a good career.
Nov 2nd, 2006 09:47 AM
tobi
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Good luck with new career Tatiana
Nov 2nd, 2006 09:33 AM
GoDominique
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

About time. Bye and good luck.
Nov 1st, 2006 09:26 AM
ViennaCalling
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Tatiana Good luck!
Nov 1st, 2006 08:55 AM
LefandePatty
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly



Good luck Tatiana, have fun with your new life!
Nov 1st, 2006 08:54 AM
galadriel
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Good Luck Tatiana
Nov 1st, 2006 08:43 AM
rightous
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Good to see her moving on after tennis. She was never the same player after her 'difficulties' a few seasons ago.
Nov 1st, 2006 08:19 AM
ClaudiaZ-S
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

I remember when she played Mary Pierce in French Open. See U soon
Nov 1st, 2006 08:07 AM
-sugi-
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Not a suprise, this year was a nightmare for her
Nov 1st, 2006 08:05 AM
goldenlox
Re: Tatiana Panova retires, joins Arthur Ashe academy in Philly

Does this mean she works for the USTA?
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