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She won 2 matches today to reach the girls QF.
"Our concern is her long-term health, number one, and her long-term development as a player," said Patrick McEnroe, the general manager of the USTA's player development program. "We have one goal in mind: For her to be playing in [Arthur Ashe Stadium] in the main draw and competing for major titles when it's time. That's how we make every decision, based on that."
I don't want to bring race into this, I really don't, but I seriously doubt that a number one ranked in the world white junior player that was in similar shape would be denied the ability to play at the U.S. Open qualifying. It's just so shocking that they did this, I don't know what to say.The White Californian Coco Vandeweghe isn't the fittest player out there but who many, many WCs?
She might already have an eating disorder.
Eating disorder time.
Obviously, you don't sense the seriousness of the issue.Hey look who it is.
Did the Rooskies cut off a young Alisa Kleybanova? Did the Germans cut off a young ALG, whose youth was B4 their current Top 5 emerged? Did the Suissies (whose tennis program "I know a little something about") cut off Myriam Casanova, which would have been B4 her thyroid disorder was diagnosed?Hey look who it is.