Those last two points were epic :worship:
I know what you mean but it's always going to happen when there's a young talent involved who could actually go far, as it's much more exciting. Abanda was in a hurry to get off the court.The shot selection (drop shot) at 6-6.
Must feel bad for Abanda to be still young and from the area and then get such a one sided crowd against her. But I guess that's what happens when there is a big u18 talent.
I checked the TVA Sports schedule for Sunday. It's 1 pm local time for the WTA Finale, followed by the ATP FinaleWinnable final against Cabrera - hopefully it's on sometime in the afternoon over there so that I can watch. Nice to see a rising young star do well in her home country.
Thanks. I did go on the website and saw play started from 12:00, but wasn't sure which would be first, but with that start time, either would be fine here, being 5 hours ahead. A 6/7pm start Quebec time would have been a lot different.Every year the Sunday final is at noon, followed by the ATP Final. It should be the same this year
HORAIRE - ChallengerI checked the TVA Sports schedule for Sunday. It's 1 pm local time for the WTA Finale, followed by the ATP Finale
Abanda knows that Fernandez will take her place at FedCup pretty soon, and that could mean less funding from Tennis Canada for her.Abanda so salty, calling out a 16 year on social media. :speakles:
Speak to her privately and address the issue directly. Not a good look.
No, it's clear in the videos posted here. She started walking towards the net rather slowly, saw Fernandez celebrating with her team and then didn't even bother waiting for her and went straight to her chair instead.she probably was, then after her opponent moved off to the stands, she went to pack her bags I presume.