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i am talking about joanna sakowicz (pol), she's 17.

in the last two weeks she played great tennis, reaching the final (after qualy) in stupava, reached the final in the team world championships in krumlov last week(joanna was the best player in the team, lost only in the final vs. italy), but def. klara koukalova (138) 6:3 6:4.

in her first draw of a bigger tournament in sopot 2001 shenearly won against hrdlickova 7:5, 3:6. 6:7(5), she had two mtch pts.

can she follow in the steps of magdalena grzybowska???

<br />joanna last week in krumlov (tch) <img src="graemlins/hearts.gif" border="0" alt="[Hearts]" /> <img src="graemlins/kiss.gif" border="0" alt="[Kiss]" />

[ November 28, 2001: Message edited by: magda_fan ]</p>
 

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I'm sure she can get into top 100, she's pretty sound and also level-headed.

Good luck Joanna <img src="smile.gif" border="0">

 

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she doesn't get fazed , flusterered / but keeps composed.

She'll do alright IMO.
 

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Early to say I think, she hasn't really been a top junior player (I don't think she made top 20), but she has had some success. I think if we see how she fairs at some larger challengers (Stupava was only 10k) we will know. I saw her play against Harkleroad at the US Open, and she did have a decent game, pretty steady on the serve, backhand, and forehand, decent power. Only thing missing was the consistency basically. I think if she can work on that a bit more then she will keep moving up her ranking.
 
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