Interesting sites, Seldom! I hope you do one about Kirsten.
How is she doing? She had some injury and was out for a few weeks, but I think she's training again now, right?
There's also Elke, Leslie Butkiewicz, Caroline Maes, Debbrich Feys, Jessie Devries. But they are not in the same league as Kim or Justine. Maybe we can just hope they can enter the top 100. Though I read some article a few months ago about Devries. She said her ambitions were to get into the top 20.
I read a few good things about Benedicte Vliegen (does anyone know if she's related to Kristof Vliegen?), but she's only 13.
Aude Vermoezen (If I remeber well from what Arn said on the WTA board) is a promising young player. I think she's only 12. But I'm not sure.
no problem, i think elke clijsters will go there, many other players i can't remember will go there, btw if i can get my visa the i probably go 2 the orange bowl, i hate that usa it's not giving visas now here in mexico
I've never seen Elke play before, but from what I've read she's a different player than Kim, not a power player.
Some people said she was the better player, but you can't keep saying that anymore.
Elke has a lot of problems with her back, she's been injured so much, she also has left the VTV tennis centre. So I don't know if she'll ever become a professional player. I hope things will turn around for her.
And I read Kirsten also has serious back problems and was/is out for a long time <IMG SRC="smilies/frown.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/frown.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/frown.gif" border="0">
Yes I read about Hanne Camassa, I don't know how good she really is.
Josh, do you have this month's playtennis? There's an interview with Serge Capentier, a coach at the tenniscentre in Wilrijk. It's on page 46. There it says her family has applied for the Belgian nationality. Maybe she will keep both nationalities and play for Russia. I'm not sure.