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Here is a thread about Anett's schedule where we can discuss where we think she could play and also to post information about Entry Lists and the like.

After this week's event in Nottingham, Anett will play in Eastbourne, Wimbledon, Gstaad and Båstad (she is 1st MD ALT) after she withdrew from Birmingham. The lists for those first three are below :dance:

Eastbourne Q list:

1. Babos OUT - replaced by Buyukakcay
2. Friedsam
3. Cornet
4. Lucic-Baroni
5. Puig
6. Wickmayer
7. Watson
8. Goerges
9. Kovinic
10. Putintseva
11. Flipkens
12. Falconi
13. Lepchenko
14. Bondarenko
15. Barthel OUT
16. McHale
17. Brengle
18. S. Zhang
19. Allertova
20. Gibbs
21. Van Uytvanck
22. Duque-Marino
23. Konjuh
24. Rybarikova
25. Chirico
26. Broady
27. Hsieh
28. Kontaveit (#82)
Wimbledon MD List :

1 (1) WILLIAMS, SERENA USA 9030 16 900 30
2 (3) RADWANSKA, AGNIESZKA POL 5850 21 185 110
3 (2) KERBER, ANGELIQUE GER 5740 23 1 110 185 180
4 (4) MUGURUZA, GARBIÑE ESP 5196 20 350 1 1
5 (6) AZARENKA, VICTORIA BLR 4341 15 1
6 (5) HALEP, SIMONA ROU 4301 19 1 1 1
7 (7) VINCI, ROBERTA ITA 3505 27 1 180 100 80
8 (8 ) BENCIC, BELINDA SUI 3330 22 60 55
9 (10) BACSINSZKY, TIMEA SUI 3150 17 190 1 1
10 (13) PENNETTA, FLAVIA ITA 2963 15
11 (14) WILLIAMS, VENUS USA 2886 18 60 1 1
12 (9) KVITOVA, PETRA CZE 2878 18 1 1 1
13 (15) SAFAROVA, LUCIE CZE 2843 20 60 1 1
14 (11) SUÁREZ NAVARRO, CARLA ESP 2585 24 105 100 55
15 (19) KUZNETSOVA, SVETLANA RUS 2585 21 190 55 55
16 (16) IVANOVIC, ANA SRB 2560 20 60 55 30
17 (24) KEYS, MADISON USA 2541 17 585 60 1 1
18 (18 ) ERRANI, SARA ITA 2450 25 1 100 80
19 (20) PLISKOVA, KAROLINA CZE 2420 25 1 100 100
20 (17) SVITOLINA, ELINA UKR 2416 25 1 1 1
21 (21) STEPHENS, SLOANE USA 2310 19 110 60 60
22 (23) KONTA, JOHANNA GBR 2280 20 105 30 30
23 (22) STOSUR, SAMANTHA AUS 2270 23 60 280 55 55
24 (12) SHARAPOVA, MARIA RUS 2141 13
25 (26) CIBULKOVA, DOMINIKA SVK 1951 24 100 55
26 (25) JANKOVIC, JELENA SRB 1940 25 1 60 60 60
27 (27) PAVLYUCHENKOVA, ANASTASIA RUS 1840 23 1 60 60
27 (SR) PENG, SHUAI CHN
28 (35) BEGU, IRINA-CAMELIA ROU 1655 22 350 55 30
29 (28 ) MLADENOVIC, KRISTINA FRA 1620 27 1 180 55 55
30 (29) MAKAROVA, EKATERINA RUS 1552 18 60 1 1
31 (30) PETKOVIC, ANDREA GER 1545 25 1 1 55 55
32 (33) KASATKINA, DARIA RUS 1538 22 105 30 18
33 (36) STRYCOVA, BARBORA CZE 1520 25 190 60 55
34 (31) WOZNIACKI, CAROLINE DEN 1456 21 40 30
35 (34) NICULESCU, MONICA ROU 1450 25 1 60 55
36 (39) OSTAPENKO, JELENA LAT 1365 26 105 13 13
37 (37) SCHMIEDLOVA, ANNA KAROLINA SVK 1340 26 1 1 55 30
38 (45) DOI, MISAKI JPN 1338 28 190 78 30 20
39 (38 ) SIEGEMUND, LAURA GER 1328 21 13 2
40 (40) VANDEWEGHE, COCO USA 1271 23 1 30 1 1
41 (42) TSURENKO, LESIA UKR 1271 24 60 30 1 1
42 (41) BECK, ANNIKA GER 1243 30 1 1 18 15
43 (43) GIORGI, CAMILA ITA 1230 22 30 30
44 (48 ) BABOS, TIMEA HUN 1200 30 105 1 60 55
45 (32) GAVRILOVA, DARIA AUS 1180 23 105 55 55
46 (46) BOUCHARD, EUGENIE CAN 1170 21 105 55 30
47 (47) VESNINA, ELENA RUS 1159 22 20 60 2 1
48 (49) CORNET, ALIZÉ FRA 1145 25 1 30 30 30
49 (50) FRIEDSAM, ANNA-LENA GER 1130 25 60 30 30 30
50 (44) LISICKI, SABINE GER 1122 19 1 30 1 1
51 (57) PUIG, MONICA PUR 1100 25 90 1 30 30
52 (51) WICKMAYER, YANINA BEL 1095 28 1 1 30 13
53 (52) GASPARYAN, MARGARITA RUS 1082 21 1 18 18
54 (55) WATSON, HEATHER GBR 1081 22 90 1 1
55 (53) GARCIA, CAROLINE FRA 1080 25 1 55 30
56 (54) PUTINTSEVA, YULIA KAZ 1073 29 1 78 60 30
57 (58 ) KOVINIC, DANKA MNE 1035 25 1 30 15
58 (59) FLIPKENS, KIRSTEN BEL 1025 25 30 20
59 (60) LARSSON, JOHANNA SWE 1023 26 30 30 30
60 (62) GOERGES, JULIA GER 975 21 30 30 30
61 (63) BARTHEL, MONA GER 975 21 1 20 1
62 (64) BONDARENKO, KATERYNA UKR 973 25 25 25
63 (65) ZHANG, SHUAI CHN 973 24 30 10 6
64 (66) FALCONI, IRINA USA 965 29 1 1 20 13
65 (56) MCHALE, CHRISTINA USA 960 27 135 1 30 30
66 (67) LUCIC-BARONI, MIRJANA CRO 950 25 1 30 30 30
67 (68 ) BRENGLE, MADISON USA 950 28 1 1 30 25
68 (69) ALLERTOVA, DENISA CZE 947 17 18 1
69 (70) LEPCHENKO, VARVARA USA 937 22 20 18 1 1
70 (61) HIBINO, NAO JPN 936 28 1 25 20
71 (71) VAN UYTVANCK, ALISON BEL 905 19 18 1 1
72 (74) GIBBS, NICOLE USA 889 27 1 1 13 8
73 (75) WANG, QIANG CHN 879 29 18 30 25
74 (78 ) KONJUH, ANA CRO 844 21 20 2 2
75 (72) KNAPP, KARIN ITA 844 18 1 280 1 1
76 (73) RYBARIKOVA, MAGDALENA SVK 832 21 1 1 1
77 (76) CHIRICO, LOUISA USA 830 27 1 2 2
78 (77) ARRUABARRENA, LARA ESP 828 25 20 110 20 20
79 (79) BROADY, NAOMI GBR 824 32 20 20 20
80 (80) KONTAVEIT, ANETT EST 816 20 18 18 2
81 (90) PEREIRA, TELIANA BRA 808 24 60 18 1
82 (82) ZHENG, SAISAI CHN 805 29 1 30 20 15
83 (84) HSIEH, SU-WEI TPE 805 24 20 18 13 2
84 (94) SEVASTOVA, ANASTASIJA LAT 794 27 85 30 9 8
85 (85) BUYUKAKCAY, CAGLA TUR 794 31 13 5 5
86 (81) LINETTE, MAGDA POL 791 27 13 18 15
87 (83) NARA, KURUMI JPN 788 27 60 18 15
88 (87) MATTEK-SANDS, BETHANIE USA 787 18 20 1 1 1
89 (86) BERTENS, KIKI NED 783 27 30 30 18 18
90 (89) SHVEDOVA, YAROSLAVA KAZ 754 25 1 1 20 18
91 (91) SCHIAVONE, FRANCESCA ITA 741 23 1 30 1 1
92 (88 ) RISKE, ALISON USA 737 27 30 30 30 13
92 (SR) DUVAL, VICTORIA USA
93 (92) DIYAS, ZARINA KAZ 721 27 50 1 1 1
94 (93) HERCOG, POLONA SLO 720 27 1 1 20 18
95 (95) PARMENTIER, PAULINE FRA 712 28 1 15 14
96 (96) VEKIC, DONNA CRO 706 29 1 10 10
97 (97) WITTHOEFT, CARINA GER 705 32 60 25 18
98 (109) DUQUE-MARIÑO, MARIANA COL 696 25 90 13 13
99 (99) CIRSTEA, SORANA ROU 693 21 10 5
100 (100) SASNOVICH, ALIAKSANDRA BLR 676 27 20 12 2
101 (101) TIG, PATRICIA MARIA ROU 675 30 9 8
102 (102) OSAKA, NAOMI JPN 673 21 15 1 1
103 (104) VOEGELE, STEFANIE SUI 650 35 30 18 15
104 (105) GOVORTSOVA, OLGA BLR 646 20 18 1 1
105 (106) CRAWFORD, SAMANTHA USA 645 30 30 15 13
106 (107) PIRONKOVA, TSVETANA BUL 644 22 1 2 1
107 (124) SINIAKOVA, KATERINA CZE 631 26 140 25 20
108 (108 ) ROGERS, SHELBY USA 629 21 30 1 1
Gstaad MD List:

1. Bacsinszky
2. Suarez Navarro
3. Beck
4. Garcia
5. Gavrilova
6. Goerges
7. Bertens
8. Larsson
9. Barthel
10. McHale
11. Kontaviet
12. Mattek-Sands
13. Arruabarrena
14. Witthoeft
15. Voegele
16. Siniakova
17. Dominguez Lino
18. Sakkari
19. Rodina
20. Peterson
21. Paszek (#123)
 

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She is not on the Bastad MD list as the last acceptance is no 94, but I'm quite sure she has entered and will most likely get in after some withdrawals..
 

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She is not on the Bastad MD list as the last acceptance is no 94, but I'm quite sure she has entered and will most likely get in after some withdrawals..
I asked Nightcrawler for all 3 of those lists. I agree withn you though, it would be strange to play in Gstaad and then go to the States. And she has played in Sweden a lot in recent years :)

I guess afterwards she will go and play Montreal, and then I guess we'll just have to see what happens. The schedule is quite awkward if you're not playing the Olympics :shrug: She could play in Florianopolis (I doubt she's go and Vulture just 1 tournament in China), then take a week off, then play Cincinatti :) I guess we'll just have to see what happens with the North American Summer Swing :dance:
 

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Nightcrawler has confirmed Mynx is #1 Alt for Båstad :) Looking at the draws both there and in Gstaad, if she transfers OK back onto Clay (she always seems to struggle in her first few matches back), she should be able to put on some points :)
 

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So no Birmingham for Anett I guess..? since she is still competing in Nottingham.
 

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So no Birmingham for Anett I guess..? since she is still competing in Nottingham.
Has Qualy sign-in passed? If I were her I would try and get a WC to the 50K in Ilkley. There's a chance she won't make MD in Eastbourne anyway so why not try and put on another 80 points this grass season.
 

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Both are WTA events so not automatically.
When is Qualy Sign in? If that passes then she surely has to miss out because they are different grades. Do they really let girls play 2 matches in one day in 32 player draws?
 

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When is Qualy Sign in? If that passes then she surely has to miss out because they are different grades. Do they really let girls play 2 matches in one day in 32 player draws?
In 3 minutes. Any WTA tournament is good enough for postponement.
 

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I guess she knows better than us, but it seems silly to withdraw herself. If she gets bad draws she could win no matches after Nottingham :tape:
 

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At this stage her schedule for the next few weeks is :)

30 January: -
6 February: Fed Cup
13 February: Altenkirchen 25K
20 February: WTA Budapest? 25K Moscow? If she plays Budapest she will be highly seeded in Qualies, especially if she wins the title today in Andreziuex-Boutheon.
 

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Now that Hard Court Season is coming to an end, it's time for Anett's Clay schedule :inlove: At this point it is as follows:

17 Apr: Rest
24 Apr: Stuttgart Q
1 May: Prague Q
8 May: Madrid Q
15 May: Rest
22 May: Rest
29 May: Roland Garros MD

Personally, I'd like to see her skip Stuttgart and enter Nürnberg or Strasbourg instead. Stuttgart Qualies are very soon given her great run this week and with her family issues I think she were extra time to reflect and prepare for clay. Stuttgart is also not great RG preparation being Indoors, plus she will be in MD of Nürnberg/Strasbourg and theoretically 3 weeks rest between Madrid Qualies and RG MD seems like so much. Also, although she's shown that she is able to win a lot in Qualies, I feel like it is a waste of energy if she is doing it every week. We will see what she decides to do, but I think this small adjustment could do her a lot of good :cheer:
 

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Anett is playing Rome according to a news article I read today, plus she is on the MD Alternates list :cheer: I'm glad that she is playing, a bit puzzling that originally she was said not to be :confused: She'll definitely be getting a lot of matches on Clay and can certainly pick up some points in the process. Should will be seeded to qualify in Prague (and probably Stuttgart based on last year's draw), and will be seeded to make FQR in Rome and Madrid (or even to Qualify if she picks up points in Stuttgart and Prague). It would be nice to see her ranked high enough after Clay Season to really be in MD for all the rest of her tournaments, with the exception of some strong Premiers she might play.
 

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Anett has Cagnes sur Mer as her first preference for the week of Madrid, but given she's already in the Madrid QD she'll have to play there :shrug: I think it's better at this stage for Anett to play WTA. She has shown this year she is able to consistently beat players ranked around and below her, now she needs to test herself against the best.
 

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Really avoiding Britain this year, playing s-Hertogenbosch and Mallorca rather than Nottingham and Birmingham. It's not a bad decision actually, I'm a bit sick of her playing Qualifying all the time :lol: I hope she enters both Eastbourne and the 16 player 100K+H, so that if she goes far enough in Mallorca that she can't play Eastbourne Qualies she can still pick up some points on Grass that week. That 100K is very attractive IMO, 4 matches to win 150 points is pretty similar to an International (4 matches for 180 points).
 
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