2005 Antwerp, Memphis & Bogota WTA Singles Results     A Mauresmo, V Zvonareva & F Pennetta, Champions

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  WTA: Feb 14-21 2005

Proximus Diamond Games Antwerp, BEL Tier II
$585,000 - 28 players - indoor: greenset
Live Scores, Results, Stats
draws & schedule .pdf - draw, .html - order of play
photo gallery - WTA photos - Antwerp: city map
Antwerp Gazette: Tennis (in Dutch)
    translation via World Lingo
# 4 Amelie Mauresmo, # 6 Anastasia Myskina
# 8 Venus Williams, # 10 Alicia Molik

Kroger St. Jude, Memphis, TN Tier III
$190,000 - 30 players - indoor: hard
Live Scores - results - draws & schedule .pdf
Memphis: weather - city map - Mem Com Appeal: Tennis
# 11 Vera Zvonareva, # 24 Amy Frazier
# 39 Lisa Raymond, # 40 Meghann Shaughnessy

Copa Colsanitas, Bogota, COL Tier III
$170,000 - 30 players - outdoor: red clay
Live Scores - draws & schedule .pdf
draws, .html - schedule - photo gallery - video
# 25 Fabiola Zuluaga, # 35 Flavia Pennetta
# 52 Emilie Loit, # 60 Maria Antonia Sánchez Lorenzo

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Memphis:
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#11 Vera Zvonareva
5' 7¾", 130½ lbs, RH, 2H-BH
Bogota:
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#35 Flavia Pennetta
5' 7¾", 128 lbs, RH, 2H-BH
    Late Saturday in the final in Memphis, top-seeded 20-year-old # 11 Vera Zvonareva from Moscow, Russia, defeated 25-year-old 4th-seeded # 40 Meghann Shaughnessy from Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, 7-6(3), 6-2 (photo shown).
    About the close 1st set, Vera said: "I was just trying to find my game. [Meghann] was playing really well and attacking my serve right away. ... Once I hit a couple of good shots, I was OK." MemCommApp story free reg req
    Meghann said: "I lost a little intensity... It was a good week. I really feel like I played some good tennis. I'm disappointed I didn't keep it together for the finals... I didn't serve well at all. And [Vera] played pretty well. When I'm playing well is when I'm intense and serving and looking for my forehand. Without that, it changes the whole momentum."

    On Sunday in the final in Bogota, 2nd-seeded 23-years-old-this-Friday # 35 Flavia Pennetta defeated 23-year-old qualifier # 193 Lourdes Dominguez Lino from Barcelona, Spain, 7-6(4), 6-4 (Flavia is shown after match point).

Antwerp:
    Top-seeded 25-year-old # 4 Amelie Mauresmo of France defeated 4th-seeded 24-year-old # 8 Venus Williams of the US in the Antwerp final on Sunday. Venus still leads Amelie 5-3 in career matches-- but Amelie's 3 wins were the last 3 times they played.
    24-year-old Amelie Mauresmo was born in St. Germains en Laye, France and has a residence in Geneva, Switzerland. Amelie is now 16-15 in WTA singles finals; she won Tier I titles 2 weeks in a row last year in Berlin and Rome. The Dunlop "300G" bat that Amelie formerly wielded has reportedly been replaced by the new "M-FiL 300" model (so new you might not be able to buy one yet). Amelie wears Nike attire and shoes, and is coached by Loic Courteau. Amelie has said she is going to be working a lot with French former ATP great Yannick Noah to improve her game this year.
Mauresmo career record
    24-year-old Venus Williams occasionally picks up her mail at Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She has won her 31 WTA singles titles by being fleet of foot as well as hitting hard and deep; her serve was once clocked at 126 mph, which was the women's record until her sister Serena hit one at 127 mph at Wimbledon in 2004. Venus wears Reebok garb and chops with a Wilson axe, according to the Wilson website a new nCode model called the N4 which is not yet available in stores, but is due to be released in the summer of 2005 (her previous bat, the 27.5" long Hammer H4, had a 113 sq" head, weighed 9.4 oz strung, and was balanced 7 points head heavy). Venus is coached by her father Richard.
Venus Williams career record - Venus & Serena Williams Wallpaper

Memphis:
    Vera now leads Meghann 3-1 in career matches; all 4 of their meetings have gone 3 sets.
    20-year-old Vera Zvonareva from Moscow, Russia, has now won 3 WTA singles titles (the others: Bol in 2003, Memphis in 2004) in 6 finals. Like Meghann, Vera wears "The Mark with 3 Stripes" and chops with a Fischer axe, at last report the "Pro Tour FT" model (only about 6 of the WTA top 100 used to use Fischer bats, but the number has been going up). Vera is coached by Julia Kashevarova, who likely wishes Vera would not get so visibly upset with herself when she makes errors.
Zvonareva career record
    25-year-old Meghann Shaughnessy from Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, had a great year at doubles last year (partnered with Muscovite Nadia Petrova), but her singles game had been slumping lately. Meghann was once ranked # 11 in singles; this tourney will help her move back up a bit. Meghann, who wears adidas, has won 3 WTA singles titles (in 7 finals) and 11 doubles titles in her career. 5' 11" Meghann holds her Fischer bat ("Pro Extreme FT") with a western forehand grip (and a 2-handed backhand), applying plenty of topspin. Meghann is the club pro at Scottsdale, where she is coached by Rafael Font de Mora and practices with Anna-Lena Groenefeld of Germany.
Shaughnessy career record - Meghann Shaughnessy Wallpaper

Bogota:
    Flavia & Lourdes had never played before.
    Almost-23-year-old Italian Flavia Pennetta now has won 2 WTA singles titles in 4 finals; she won her first last year in Sopot, Poland. She has won 7 ITF singles titles. Born in Brindisi, Flavia resides in Milan. Flavia started playing tennis at age 5. She swings a Head bat and wears Tacchini togs, but with Nike shoes (since Martina Hingis, and earlier, Pete Sampras, cited troubles with Tacchini shoes, a number of players in Tacchini garb have opted for different footwear). Flavia is coached by Barbara Rossi.
Pennetta career record
    23-year-old Lourdes Dominguez Lino was playing in her first WTA singles final, but she has won 9 ITF singles titles and a whopping 29 ITF doubles titles. Lourdes was born in Pontevedra, Spain and resides in Barcelona, the Spanish tennis capital (Svetlana Kuznetsova and others travel to train there). She is coached by Miguel Sanchez.
Dominguez Lino career record

    Former WTA # 6 Chanda Rubin, whose rank has dropped to # 116 while she has struggled with a recurring left knee injury, was to play her 1st match of the year in Memphis, but was replaced in the main draw by by a "Lucky Loser" (the highest-ranked loser in the qualifying finals) # 167 Edina Gallovits of Romania.
    Chanda said: "I was really looking forward to playing here after being off for a few months. I'm just not ready physically to play. I came 4-5 days early to train here so I'm very disappointed that I'm not able to play. I hope to come back next year and compete in Memphis again." WTA story

    Local time in Antwerp is GMT (UCT, ZULU) +1 hours (US Pacific Time +9, Eastern Time +6). Early round play began at noon local time.
    Memphis time is GMT (UCT, ZULU) -6 hours (= US Central Time, or US Pacific Time +2, ET -1). Early round play began at 10:00 am local time.
    Bogota time is GMT (UCT, ZULU) -5 hours (US Pacific Time +3, same as ET). Play began at 10:00 am local time each day until Sunday's final, which begins at 11am. The SFs & final will be carried on Colombia TV – Chanel A. The Bogota website is a work of art, with lots of info. This Tier III tourney has a far better website than most Tier I tourneys.

WTA SCOREBOARD: Antwerp, Memphis & Bogota

s=seed, #=rank, *=upset, LL=lucky loser
ranks are for the previous week
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Kim Clijsters practicing in Antwerp before the tourney

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Former WTA # 1 Martina Hingis defeated former # 1 Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 8-5
(a single "pro set") in an exhibition on Sunday, then Martina spoke to reporters

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Venus Williams, Alicia Molik, & Anastasia Myskina
met the press in Antwerp on Monday

Antwerp, 1st Round, Mon-Wed
loser's prize: $4,025 US; points: 1
#12 s5 Nadia Petrova RUS d #41 Anabel Medina Garrigues ESP 6-4, 6-1 Tue

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Nadia Petrova

*#38 Klara Koukalova CZE d #13 s6 wc Nathalie Dechy FRA 7-6(7), 6-4 Tue

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Klara Koukalova

    Nathalie said: "I never found the proper tempo. I was not feeling a 100 percent mainly because I have a little flu and also because I haven't been able to practise a lot indoors this winter." Reuters story

#14 s7 Patty Schnyder SUI d #53 Denisa Chladkova CZE 6-3, 7-5 Mon

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Patty Schnyder

*#79 q Anna Chakvetadze RUS d #17 s8 Karolina Sprem CRO 7-5, 6-3 Tue
#80 LL Claudine Schaul LUX d #151 wc Els Callens BEL 6-3, 6-4 Wed
#23 Tatiana Golovin FRA d #48 Dinara Safina RUS 6-4, 6(10)-7, 6-3 Wed
#27 Mary Pierce FRA v #33 Iveta Benesova CZE 6-2, 6-1 Tue

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Mary Pierce

#31 Magdalena Maleeva BUL d #62 Tathiana Garbin ITA 6-4, 6-4 Mon

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Maggie Maleeva

*#49 Kim Clijsters BEL d #34 Jelena Kostanic CRO 6-2, 6-3 Tue

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Kim Clijsters

    Kim said: "I wanted to play again so badly and I am really surprised everything went so well. Physically, I was 100 percent and I did not have to hold back at all out there. My backhand is not yet technically perfect but it is getting better and better." Reuters story

*#70 q Katarina Srebotnik SLO d #47 Maria Elena Camerin ITA 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 Tue
*#128 q Camille Pin FRA d #50 Marta Marrero ESP 6-1, 6-2 Tue

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Camille Pin

*#66 wc Virginie Razzano FRA d #63 q Ana Ivanovic SCG 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 Tue

Antwerp, 2nd Round, Wed-Thu
loser's prize: $7,600 US; points: 25
#4 s1 Amélie Mauresmo FRA d #27 Mary Pierce FRA 6-4, 6-1 Thu

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Amélie Mauresmo

#6 s2 Anastasia Myskina RUS d #23 Tatiana Golovin FRA 6-3, 6-7, 6-4 Thu

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Anastasia Myskina

    Anastasia said: "It was a tight match. But I expected no less. Tatiana is a very good player." Reuters story

#8 s3 Venus Williams USA d #66 wc Virginie Razzano FRA 6-3, 6-0 Wed

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Venus Williams

    Venus said: "My tennis was very good today. But it is no surprise to me because I feel very healthy and have been working well lately." Reuters story

#10 s4 Alicia Molik AUS d #31 Magdalena Maleeva BUL 4-6 6-2 7-6(7) Thu

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Alicia Molik

*#49 Kim Clijsters BEL d #12 s5 Nadia Petrova RUS 7-5, 6(4)-7, 6-1 Wed

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Kim Clijsters

    Kim said: "Everything's fine with the wrist. I could do everything I wanted to with my backhand - long backhand cross rallies, slicing. I really enjoyed every backhand... I had the intention of wearing Petrova down and I did. It was a relief to win a three set match. These are the kind of matches I have been looking forward to for a long time." Reuters story

#14 s7 Patty Schnyder SUI d #128 q Camille Pin FRA 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 Wed

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Patty Schnyder

#38 Klara Koukalova CZE d #80 Claudine Schaul LUX 6-4, 6-3 Thu
#70 q Katarina Srebotnik SLO v #79 q Anna Chakvetadze RUS 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 Thu

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Katarina Srebotnik

Antwerp, QFs, Fri noon
loser's prize: $14,100 US; points: 49
#4 s1 Amélie Mauresmo FRA d #14 s7 Patty Schnyder SUI 4-6, 6-4, 6-3

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Amélie Mauresmo

    Amélie said: "At the start my legs were not responding so well. Patty was playing well and put me under pressure right away. In the second set I moved better and could control the match better. I am satisfied with the third set, I was almost at my best."

#6 s2 Anastasia Myskina RUS d #70 q Katarina Srebotnik SLO 7-6(6), 6-2
#8 s3 Venus Williams USA d #49 Kim Clijsters BEL 6-2, 6-3

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Venus Williams

    Venus said: "I found Kim incredible tonight. She is such a great competitor. But I know her game well and that was an advantage. It is so nice to see her again. It is hard to comeback ... I am sure that she will be her old self soon." Reuters story
    Kim said: "Today I did not play well. But the most important thing to me was to have no trouble at all with my left wrist this week. And it was the case. I did not suffer from it at all. I am sure that my game will fall into place in the future. I do not know when I will get back to my best level, but it's not so important. To me, it is essential to feel fit again."

#10 s4 Alicia Molik AUS d #38 Klara Koukalova CZE 6-3, 6-4

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Alicia Molik

Alicia said: "I reached a high level, my serves were very good and I was quite fresh despite the win against Maleeva which was tough. But the last few weeks have changed me a bit. I know what I have to do now, getting results. The key is to keep playing aggressively."

Antwerp, SFs, Sat WTA story
loser's prize: $26,500 US; points: 88
#4 s1 Amélie Mauresmo FRA d #10 s4 Alicia Molik AUS 6-3, 7-6(2)

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Amélie Mauresmo

    Amélie said: "I'm very content with the way I played today. It was a big improvement over the other day when I really didn't play well at all. I knew I had to step it up today as Alicia's a very dangerous player indoors. I served really well and I think that surprised her and made her try to do too much with her own serve. I'm pleased to be in the final here, it's a great event and I wouldn't mind a closer look at the magnificent trophy."

*#8 s3 Venus Williams USA d #6 s2 Anastasia Myskina RUS 6-3, 3-6, 6-3

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Venus Williams

    Venus said: "I had a tough time out there tonight. I started off unbelievably, up 4-0 in eight minutes then I lost a little focus and once Anastasia came back into the match, it was tough to shake her off. I am really hungry to win - not just for the diamond racquet, but to do it for myself."
    About the final, Venus said: "I've played Mauresmo a few times in the past, she got the better of me the last time we played in Philadelphia, but my level then was no where near what it is now."

Antwerp, Final, Sun 2pm WTA story
loser's prize: $49,500 US; points: 137
winner's prize: $93,000 US; points: 195
#4 s1 Amélie Mauresmo FRA d #8 s3 Venus Williams USA 4-6, 7-5, 6-4

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Amélie Mauresmo

    Amélie trailed for most of the match. About the 2nd set, Amélie said: "Venus played very well to be up a set and 5-3, but I wasn't playing my best. I was making lots of mistakes and I wasn't as solid as what I should have been. At 5-3 maybe she started thinking about winning the title, while I tightened my game up a bit. Then I knew I had to hang in there. She got a better start in the third set, but from 4-2 down I played very aggressively. It was crucial for me to come to the net, saving those break points at 4-2; I needed to be as aggressive as possible."
    Venus served for the match at 5-4 in the 2nd set, but could not hold. Venus said: "[Amélie] played great and deserved the title... I played well, and while I didn't get the win, the positive thing is that I'm back to the level I used to be at. At 5-3, I think she raised her level, while I didn't take my chances." AP story
    The trophy for this tourney is a gold tennis racquet studded with 1,702 diamonds which will be kept by the first player to win the tourney 3 times (the 3 wins need not be consecutive). Venus won in Antwerp in 2002 & 2003, but has been unable to complete the hat trick. Venus said: "Despite what everyone is saying, I wasn't thinking about winning the racquet at that point. I'll definitely be back next year - racquet or no racquet. This is a top-class event; all the players love it."
    Venus was troubled by stomach muscle pain, which kept her off the tour for 6 months in 2003. Venus said: "It is the same, but it is different. I don't think I'll be out for six months."

Antwerp, Doubles Final, Sun
loser's prize: $15,600 US
winner's prize: $29,000 US
Cara Black & Els Callens d Anabel Medina Garrigues & Dinara Safina 3-6, 6-4, 6-4

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Cara Black & Els Callens
during their doubles semifinal on Saturday

Antwerp, Qualifying Finals, Mon Feb 14
#63 Ana Ivanovic SCG d #97 Anca Barna GER 6-4, 7-6
#70 Katarina Srebotnik SLO d #80 Claudine Schaul LUX 7-6, 6-2
#79 Anna Chakvetadze RUS d #88 Petra Mandula HUN 6-4, 4-6, 7-6
#128 Camille Pin FRA v #234 Stephanie Gehrlein GER 6-4, 6-0

Antwerp, Withdrawals
#19 Silvia Farina Elia ITA
#28 Jelena Jankovic SCG r shoulder pain
#43 Eleni Daniilidou GRE r thumb inflam
#209 wc Jelena Dokic SCG l groin strain
 
Memphis, 1st Round, Sun-Mon 10am
loser's prize: $1,260 US; points: 1
#11 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS v #89 Michaela Pastikova CZE 6-3, 6-1 Tue

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Vera Zvonareva

*#141 Jamea Jackson USA d #24 s2 Amy Frazier USA 7-6(4), 0-6 6-3 Sun

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Jamea Jackson

    Jamea said: "This is by far the biggest win I've had. I mean Amy Frazier is top-30. She's a great player, and to beat her is a real accomplishment.
    Jamea recovered from a 0-6 2nd set. Jamea said: "I felt like in the first game [of the third set] I was very aggressive. I actually ended up losing that game, but I felt like I was the aggressor again...
    "I have a goal to crack the top 100 this year, but if it doesn't happen, that's great, too. I'll just be doing my best every day." Memphis CommApp story

#40 s3 Meghann Shaughnessy USA v #100 Laura Granville USA 6-3, 6-4 Tue
*#87 Akiko Morigami JPN d #54 s4 Martina Sucha SVK 6-4, 7-5 Mon
*#73 Abigail Spears USA d #55 s5 Mashona Washington USA 6-3, 7-5 Mon
*#307 wc Katerina Bondarenko UKR d #56 s6 A Jidkova RUS 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 Sun
#58 s7 Nicole Vaidisova CZE d #86 Lindsay Lee-Waters USA 6-2, 6-3 Mon

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Nicole Vaidisova addressed the press from the comfy chair the Memphis tourney provides

#59 s8 Evgenia Linetskaya RUS d #167 LL Edina Gallovits ROM 6-4, 6-3 Mon
*#186 Hana Sromova CZE d #68 Jill Craybas USA 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 Mon
#75 Kristina Brandi PUR d #136 q Jennifer Hopkins USA 6-3, 6-0 Mon
*#111 q Angela Haynes USA d #76 Marissa Irvin USA 6(3)-7, 6-4, 7-5 Mon
#95 Sesil Karatantcheva BUL d #278 Seda Noorlander NED 7-5, 6-3 Sun
#108 Severine Beltrame FRA d #109 Lilia Osterloh USA 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 Mon
*#126 wc Michaella Krajicek NED d #125 Kelly McCain USA 6-4, 6-4 Tue
*#143 Yoon Jeong Cho KOR d #112 Antonella Serra Zanetti ITA 6-4, 1-6, 6-2 Tue
#133 q Yuka Yoshida JPN v #144 q Katerina Bohmova CZE Tue cG m5

Memphis, 2nd Round, Tue-Wed Wed MemComApp story
loser's prize: $2,155 US; points: 16
#11 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS d #108 Severine Beltrame FRA 7-6(0), 6-3 Wed

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Vera Zvonareva

    Vera said: "All matches are really tough right now. Even if the score is 6-2, 6-1, you have to (have) played your best to beat your opponents because women's tennis is at a really high level now."

#40 s3 Meghann Shaughnessy USA d #186 Hana Sromova CZE 6-3, 6-2 Wed

    About putting together a couple of wins, Meghann said: "It feels great now. I'm definitely seeing some of the stuff I worked on coming through in the matches."

#58 s7 Nicole Vaidisova CZE d #75 Kristina Brandi PUR 6-2, 6-2 Wed
#59 s8 Evgenia Linetskaya RUS d #133 q Yuka Yoshida JPN 6-2, 6-2 Wed
#87 Akiko Morigami JPN d #126 wc M Krajicek NED 6(2)-7, 7-6(7), 6-4 Wed
*#143 Yoon Jeong Cho KOR d #73 Abigail Spears USA 6-4, 6-4 Wed
*#307 wc Katerina Bondarenko UKR d #111 q Angela Haynes USA 7-6(2), 7-5 Wed
*#141 Jamea Jackson USA d #95 Sesil Karatantcheva BUL 6-3, 6-4 Tue

Memphis, QFs, Thu 10am MemComApp story
loser's prize: $3,900 US; points: 30
#11 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS v #307 wc Katerina Bondarenko UKR 7-5, 6-0

    About the 2nd set bagel, Vera said: "I just got used to what [Katerina] was doing. I wasn't giving her many chances ... putting a lot of pressure on her. I think I played better today compared to the day before."
    Vera lost to her next opponent, Evgenia Linetskaya, 2 weeks ago in Pattaya. About that match, Vera said: "I don't think I played my really good tennis. But [Evgenia is] a really good player."

#40 s3 Meghann Shaughnessy USA d #143 Yoon Jeong Cho KOR 6-1, 6-2 cG
#58 s7 Nicole Vaidisova CZE d #141 Jamea Jackson USA 6-2, 6(2)-7, 6-4

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Nicole Vaidisova

    Nicole felt she should have finished the match in the 2nd set. Smiling, Nicole said: "Stupidity... I should have played more aggressive in those points. In the second set, I had five match points. In big matches, if you lose those points, you don't get second chances."

    Jamea said: "This is a big breakthrough for me, the whole week. This might be the best I've ever played three matches in a row, especially indoors... When I was down love-40 on my serve [when trailing 5-6 in the 2nd set], I couldn't believe I came back from that... It came down to it was more difficult for me to hold my serve. These courts are really fast, and that helped [Nicole] with her serve."

#59 s8 Evgenia Linetskaya RUS d #87 Akiko Morigami JPN 6-2, 6-2

Memphis, SFs, Fri MemCommApp story WTA story
loser's prize: $7,400 US; points: 55
#11 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS d #59 s8 Evgenia Linetskaya RUS 6-4, 6-1
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Vera Zvonareva practices what Jimmy Evert told his daughter Chrissie every day for years:
"Racquet back, turn sideways, follow through."

    Vera said: "I'm really excited because this is the first WTA Tournament where I come in as the defending champ... I just wanted to show good tennis. I'm feeling good about my game."

#40 s3 Meghann Shaughnessy USA d #58 s7 Nicole Vaidisova CZE 7-6(8), 7-6(6)

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Meghann Shaughnessy

    Meghann said: "It was a close one. Nicole's got a great serve and I've been serving well, too. It was a matter of which one could get a service break and neither one of us could. It came down to a couple of points in tiebreakers... I was trying to mix up the rhythm and not get into her game too much. She's a great player and she goes for it. It doesn't seem like there's any fear."
    Nicole said: "[Meghann] served well. But in the second-set tiebreaker I had a lot of chances. I'm definitely disappointed. I wanted to play in the finals here."

Memphis, Final, Sat 7pm
loser's prize: $14,280 US; points: 85
winner's prize: $27,000 US; points: 120
#11 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS d #40 s3 Meghann Shaughnessy USA 7-6(3), 6-2

Memphis, Doubles Final, Sun
loser's prize: $4,580 US
winner's prize: $8,500 US
s3 Laura Granville & Abigail Spears d Miho Saeki & Yuka Yoshida 6-3, 6-4

Memphis, Qualifying Finals, Sun Feb 13
#111 Angela Haynes USA d #169 Sunitha Rao USA 6-4, 6-1
#133 Yuka Yoshida JPN d #202 Varvara Lepchenko UZB 3-6, 3-6, 6-3
#136 Jennifer Hopkins USA d #167 Edina Gallovits ROM 6-3, 6-4
#144 Katerina Bohmova CZE d #348 Diana Ospina USA 6-3, 6-4

Memphis, Withdrawals
#39 Lisa Raymond USA l abdominal tear
#42 Shuai Peng CHN ankle
#45 Anna-lena Groenefeld GER r knee sprain
#46 Samantha Stosur AUS
#69 M Domachowska POL r shoulder strain
#90 Yuliana Fedak UKR
#116 Chanda Rubin USA left knee
 
Bogota, 1st Round, Mon-Wed 10am
loser's prize: $1,300 US; points: 1
#25 s1 Fabiola Zuluaga COL d #131 Marie-Eve Pelletier CAN 6-1, 6-1 Tue

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Fabiola Zuluaga

#35 s2 Flavia Pennetta ITA d LL #207 Frederica Piedade PRT 6-2, 6-1 Tue

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Flavia Pennetta

#52 s3 Emilie Loit FRA d #130 Melinda Czink HUN 6-4, 6-1 Wed
#60 s4 María Sánchez Lorenzo ESP d #163 L Skavronskaia RUS 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 Mon
#67 s5 Barbora Strycova CZE d #200 q V García Sokol ARG 7-6(5) 6-1 Tue
*#152 Conchita Martínez-Granados ESP d #77 s6 A Parra Santonja ESP 6-2, 6-2 Mon
*#173 Maria-Fernanda Alves BRA d #85 s7 Tatiana Perebiynis UKR 6-4, 7-6(7) Tue
#91 s8 Lubomira Kurhajcova SVK d #98 Ludmila Cervanova SVK 6-2, 7-6(5) Wed
#93 Mariana Díaz-Oliva ARG v #344 wc Melissa Torres Sandoval MEX 6-2, 6-3 Mon
#114 Catalina Castaño COL v #487 q Aleksandra Wozniak CAN 7-6(4), 6-3 Tue
#122 Emmanuelle Gagliardi SUI d #132 Tina Pisnik SLO 6-3, 6-4 Mon
*#193 q Lourdes Domínguez Lino ESP d #135 Laura Pous Tio ESP 6-4, 6-1 Tue
*#154 Zsofia Gubacsi HUN d #139 Vilmarie Castelvi PUR 6-4, 7-5 Tue
#155 Eva Birnerova CZE d #160 María Emilia Salerni ARG 6-2, 6-4 Tue

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Eva Birnerova

*#339 wc Clarisa Fernandez ARG d #156 Paula Garcia ESP 7-6(3), 6-2 Mon

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Clarisa Fernandez

*#371 q Ágnes Szávay HUN d #170 Bahia Mouhtassine MAR 7-5, 6-3 Wed

Bogota, 2nd Round, Wed-Thu 10am
loser's prize: $2,200 US; points: 16
#25 s1 Fabiola Zuluaga COL d #93 Mariana Díaz-Oliva ARG 6-2, 6-1 Thu

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Fabiola Zuluaga

#35 s2 Flavia Pennetta ITA d #371 q Ágnes Szávay HUN 6-3, 6-2 Thu

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Flavia Pennetta

*#339 wc Clarisa Fernandez ARG d #52 s3 Emilie Loit FRA 7-6(1), 7-5 Thu-rain-Fri
*#155 Eva Birnerova CZE d #60 s4 M Sánchez Lorenzo ESP 6-4, 7-6(6) Wed
#67 s5 Barbora Strycova CZE d #154 Zsofia Gubacsi HUN 6-3, 6-0 Thu
*#193 q Lourdes Domínguez Lino ESP d #91 s8 Lubomira Kurhajcova SVK 6-4, 6-3 Thu

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Lourdes Domínguez Lino

#114 Catalina Castaño COL d #173 Maria-Fernanda Alves BRA 6-2, 6-4 Wed

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Catalina Castaño

#122 Emmanuelle Gagliardi SUI d #152 C Martínez-Granados ESP 6-1, 6-4 Wed

Bogota, QFs, Fri 10am
loser's prize: $4,000 US; points: 30
#25 s1 Fabiola Zuluaga COL d #114 Catalina Castaño COL 6-2, 6-1

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Fabiola Zuluaga

#35 s2 Flavia Pennetta ITA d #67 s5 Barbora Strycova CZE 6-2, 6-1
*#339 wc Clarisa Fernandez ARG d #122 Emmanuelle Gagliardi SUI 6-4, 6-4
*#193 q Lourdes Domínguez Lino ESP d #155 Eva Birnerova CZE 6-3, 7-6(4)

Bogota, SFs, Sat 10am
loser's prize: $7,500 US; points: 55
*#193 q L Domínguez Lino ESP d #25 s1 Fabiola Zuluaga COL 7-6(7), 7-6(3)

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Lourdes Dominguez Lino

#35 s2 Flavia Pennetta ITA d #339 wc Clarisa Fernandez ARG 6-4, 6-2

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Flavia Pennetta

Bogota, Final, Sun 11am
loser's prize: $14,500 US; points: 85
winner's prize: $27,000 US; points: 120
#35 s2 Flavia Pennetta ITA d #193 q Lourdes Domínguez Lino ESP 7-6(4), 6-4

Bogota, Doubles Final, Sat
loser's prize: $4,250 US
winner's prize: $8,000 US
*Emmanuelle Gagliardi & Tina Pisnik d s4 Lubomira Kurhajcova & Barbora Strycova 6-4, 6-3

Bogota, Qualifying Finals, Mon
#193 Lourdes Domínguez Lino ESP d #288 Rosa María Andrés ESP 7-6(2), 2-6, 7-6(6)
#200 Vanina García Sokol ARG d #409 Leticia Sobral BRA 6-0, 6-0
*#487 Aleksandra Wozniak CAN d #207 Frederica Piedade PRT 6-2, 6-0
*#371 Ágnes Szávay HUN d #318 María José Argeri ARG 6-3, 6-1

Bogota, Withdrawals
#78 Nuria Llagostera España ESP r leg tendonitis
#113 Evie Dominikovic AUS l quadriceps
#127 Galina Voskovoeba RUS illness

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