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(Trans World Sport may be televised in other countries, but the details in this message are specific to the UK.)


There will be a documentary on Daniela, from Paris, in this week's Trans World Sport, which is televised at 7:00am BST on Sunday morning (25th June) on Channel 4.

I've just got back from attending Eastbourne (Monday to Wednesday) - I'll post my report soon...

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Thanks so much. I set my video last night, and woke up to see the end of her interview.
I don't get a very good signal for channel4 (I can't get it on digital), but I'll try capturing it today.
Where did you find out about it? If it gets repeated on E4, then I'll be able get a better copy.

(edit) now uploaded - see the videos thread..
 

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The repeat

(Trans World Sport may be televised in other countries, but the details in this message are specific to the UK.)


This week's Trans World Sport is repeated with sign-language at 4:30am BST on {Wednesday night/Thursday morning 29th June} on Channel 4.

The tennis was 15 minutes into Sunday's broadcast of Trans World Sport, so I recommend 4:44am as a safe start-time for timer-record.

The Daniela documentary immediately follows highlights of the Birmingham final. Daniela looked gorgeous, and spoke in Slovak, but unfortunately they marred it by using a voiceover instead of subtitles for translation. :mad:

Daniela said she never expected to get this far when she started playing tennis, that she trained at the Nick Bollettieri when she was 13/14 which taught her to push herself as hard as she could, and helped her to overcome her slump of 2003/4. She said she wanted to win Wimbledon more than any other tournament. She also said that her grandmother [Helena Hantuchová], who was her first coach, turned 80 in January and still skis, plays tennis and swims regularly!

They showed a few points from the Indian Wells 2002 final too.

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Dr. Andrew Broad
http://geocities.com/andrewbroad/
http://geocities.com/andrewbroad/tennis/
http://geocities.com/andrewbroad/tennis/hantu/

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/danielahantuchova/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jeldani/
 
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