because she is playing well and got her ranking back on track..harloo said:Why?
go dokic :clap2: :clap2: :yeah: :bolt:rada said:because she is playing well and got her ranking back on track..
well who can henin she is on fire.....and this is for dokic fans,so...harloo said:All I'm saying is that when I see Dokic all I think about is wasted talent. I am happy that she is getting back on track, but I still wonder is it too late for her. It seems like the other players have passed her by.
Of course she had a good upset over Kim, but did not follow it up and even got bageled in one set, I'm very skeptical about her.
But good luck!
My sentiments exactly.The Leopard said:I'm glad Jelena is back on track, and it'd be good if she sealed it by winning in Linz now that Dani is (inevitably) out. But I'm seriously unhappy about Dani's continued decline. All I can say is that I hope Dani can turn it around the way Elena D has lately and the way Jelena is now doing.
Thanks thats nice of uvs1 said:I'm not a huge Dokic fan but I am very happy that she's had good results in the past week or so (even if it was at the expense of Kim ). Jelena has been in such a severe slump, and these kind of losses just snowballs and destroys your confidence...so it's really nice to see her getting it together and stringing some wins and going deep in tough tournies. Hope she keeps it up so that she can contend in 2004. That would be very good for women's tennis.