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I would expect Amy to take this match, but poor Meilen has fallen all the way to 489? That is sad to find out.
It's Amy's 489th match win ;) Melien is ranked #136.

That's the kind of dominant result Amy would have been producing in 2004. Let's hope she found her top 30 form again!
 

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urklerlay said:
I would expect Amy to take this match, but poor Meilen has fallen all the way to 489? That is sad to find out.
TU is #136... Hopefully she and Amy can win a couple rd in Doubles. Meileb still has a top 100 doubles ranking :worship:
 

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489th victory is an important step in a player carreer :lol:

anyway, Go amy, 500th victory is not far :banana:
 
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Amy :D :) Tu can be difficult to play when on so to crush her is good.

I'll be very disappointed if she loses to Shvedova. Yaroslava will reach Top 100 probably in about 3-6 months but her game is mostly serve so it would be very disappointing if she lost to her but I don't think she will :D
 

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Is this the same Amy Frazier who has been on the tour for 20 years, finished in top 20 for years and only reached two Grand Slam quarters?
 

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Article :)

Frazier Breezes into Second Round


Seventh seed Amy Frazier cruised into the second round of the Cellular South Cup Monday with a 6-2, 6-1 win over fellow American Meilen Tu.

Playing her first match since a first-round loss at the Australian Open in mid January, Frazier said she was happy with her performance.

Frazier said: "I felt great today. I returned well and hit my groundstrokes well. Although I don't think two and one was indicative of how the match went. Meilen didn't play as well as she normally does. She normally doesn't miss that much. I'm not looking too far ahead this week - I don't even know who I play in the next round."

Frazier improved to 3-3 on the season and is now one win away from reaching her second quarterfinal of the season (Hobart).

In other early action Monday, American Shenay Perry claimed her first main draw match victory of the year when she defeated Russian Ekaterina Bychkova 6-3, 7-6(2).

Russian Yaroslava Shedova blitzed American Jamea Jackson 6-3, 6-1.
 
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