Come on Na-Li!
Wow, some great words from both players. Wow, I remember being upset a few years ago when she called it quits, but now she seems to be be back in every way! Good luck Na Li. Too bad for Sania. Some good money for both players I assume. :bounce:nkoth said:NA LI (CHINA ) BT SANIA MIRZA (INDIA) 6-2, 6-1
TOTAL MATCH TIME: 55 MINUTES.
POST MATCH REAX:
SANIA: "She played out of her mind...She never allowed me to play my game. It's very difficult to read where she's going to hit. I never expected her to play so well. She played a great match"
NA LI: "I know Sania's in great form but its my job to play to win. I can't be bothered by how well or badly my opponent is playing. I have to keep playing better every match. I just went out there and did everything I had to. I had played a patchy semifinal so I was even more keen to wrap this one up quickly."
Wrong info. Mi-Ra played with Mirza once before the match and Mi-ra beat Mirza handily early this year in Fed cup with 6-3,6-2 or something like that.jirobk said:Jeon and Sania have not played each other before but clearly, its Jeon who’s going to be under tremendous pressure in the quarters. The 26-year-old top seed is clearly struggling here while Mirza looks in match winning form until now.
I've been wondering the same question...sometimes ITF allows finalists to take the spot in MD if the winner is already in (see feed ups in challengers), sometimes not (see Junior GS finalists) so we'll see... although I believe they would give it to Sania as there's actually a so called 'Asian WC' so if Na makes it this WC should go to someone else and who better than a promising junior who happens to be the beaten finalist in the Asian Championships?nkoth said:Question for all of you -- if Na Li ends up making the main draw of the Aus Open *without* using her WC, does the runner-up (in this case, Sania Mirza) get it instead?
It's certainly a possibility for Li, as she is already in the Top 150 and fast climbing!