2011 Eastbourne & Rosmalen ('s-Hertogenbosch, Den Bosch) WTA Singles Results    

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  WTA: June 14-20 Eastbourne & NED

AEGON International
Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, GBR
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#3 V Zvonareva, #4 Na Li
#5 V Azarenka, #7 F Schiavone
#25 S Williams, #32 V Williams

UNICEF Open
Rosmalen, NED
INTL $220,000 32m/16q/16d
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#2 K Clijsters, #12 S Kuznetsova
#18 Y Wickmayer, #21 F Pennetta
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Rosmalen:
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#30 Roberta Vinci
5' 4" 132lb RH 2H-BH
Eastbourne:
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#9 Marion Bartoli
5'6" 128lb RH 2H-FH&BH

    On Saturday at Eastbourne, England, in the final of the AEGON International, the 2007 Wimbledon finalist (and a Roland Garros semifinalist this year), 26-year-old 6th seeded #9 (career-high: #9) Marion Bartoli of France (residence: Geneva, Switzerland), defeated this year's champion at Madrid, 21-year-old 9th seeded #8 (career high: #8) Petra Kvitova from Fulnek, Czech Republic, 6-1, 4-6, 7-5 (photo shown). Marion's prize is $98,500; Petra's prize is $52,500.

    High winds again made play difficult. Marion hit 14 winners with 20 unforced errors, but converted 5 of her 11 break points against Petra. Petra hit 40 winners with 41 errors, while scoring on only 3 of her 10 break points against Marion.

    Marion said: "I think it was an entertaining match. Petra was hitting the ball very hard and deep, so all credit to her for coming back [from down a break in the 2nd set]. I was fighting and trying to find a way to win." WTA story

    Petra said: "The conditions were tough—I was confused all week here, because you have to fight against the wind and the other player. But it was the same for both players."

    Marion is now 5-8 in WTA singles finals; she reached the Indian Wells final this year, but had not won a title since Stanford in 2009. Marion has a 36-15 singles match record in 2011.

    Petra is now 4-2 in WTA singles finals; she won at Madrird, Brisbane, and at the Paris Indoor tourney this year. Petra has a 36-8 singles match record this year.

    Both Marion and Petra will face qualifiers not yet determined in the 1st round at Wimbledon next week.

    On Saturday at Rosmalen, The Netherlands (aka Den Bosch, aka 's-Hertogenbosh), in the final of the UNICEF Open, the 2011 and 2009 Barcelona champion, 28-year-old 7th seeded #30 (career high: #30) Roberta Vinci from Taranto, Italy, defeated the 2011 champ in Kuala Lumpur, 28-year-old #56 (career high: #4) Jelena Dokic of Australia (residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco), 6(7)-7, 6-3, 7-5 (photo shown). Roberta's prize is $37,000; Jelena's prize is $19,000.

    Roberta said: "I like to play on grass. I play the slice and it's perfect on grass. I also like volleying so I think that's why I play well on grass. I'm tired and am playing on Monday at Wimbledon [against #48 Vera Dushevina], but I'm happy—I just won a tournament!." WTA story

    Jelena will play #7 Francesca Schiavone in the 1st round at Wimbledon next week. Jelena said: "It's an extremely bad draw, but I did get good practice for that match this week. I played a player similar to Francesca today, although Roberta has a game better suited to grass. I'm really looking forward to that match."

    Roberta is now 5-1 in WTA singles finals; she won her first title in Bogota in 2007, and her third in Luxembourg last year. Roberta has a 21-16 singles match record this year.

    Jelena is now 6-8 in WTA singles finals, but her win at Kuala Lumpur this year was her first since 2002 at Birmingham. She won 8 ITF singles titles between 2008 and 2010. Jelena's singles match record this season is 20-12.

WTA SCOREBOARD: Eastbourne & 's-Hertogenbosch

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International Women's Open,  Eastbourne, England

 
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    Eastbourne: The main draw for Eastbourne has 8 seeds, with no 1st-round byes. There are 4 qualifiers in the main draw. Qualifying finals are on Monday.
 

click for broader view   Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, England
Latitude: 50.763621 Longitude: 0.283821 goto link for World Wind
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2011: On Saturday, June 11, at Eastbourne, Venus Williams, returning to play after a long hip injury hiatus, alerted the media,
and took a break while practicing with sister Serena Williams, who is returning after an injury layoff of almost a year...
Eastbourne, 1st Rd, Mon 10:30am, Tue 11:30am
loser's prize: $4,300 US; points: 1
#3 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS d #93 wc Heather Watson GBR 6-3, 6-3 Tue

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Heather and Vera driving backhands

#4 s2 Na Li CHN d #80 q Tamira Paszek AUT 7-5, 6-4 Tue

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Tamira and Na following forehand and backhand

#5 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR d #20 Shuai Peng CHN 6-4, 7-6(2) Mon

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Shuai fielding a drop shot, and Vika's forehand drive

#7 s4 Francesca Schiavone ITA d #17 Kaia Kanepi EST 7-6(7). 6-1 Tue
#8 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d #54 Anastasija Sevastova LAT 5-7, 6-1, 6-3 Mon
#9 s6 Marion Bartoli FRA d #38 Lucie Safarova CZE 6-3, 3-6, 7-6(7) Tue

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Lucie driving a backhand, and Marion ready to tap one

#10 s7 Samantha Stosur AUS d #37 Nadia Petrova RUS 6-1, 6-4 Mon
*#32 Venus Williams USA d #11 s8 Andrea Petkovic GER 7-5, 5-7, 6-3 Mon

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Venus serving, Andrea about to swat a backhand, Venus driving one, and after match point

#13 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d #27 Jarmila Gajdosova AUS 7-6(5), 7-5 Mon
*#55 q Bojana Jovanovski SRB d #14 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS 7-6(9), 6-4 Tue
*#19 Ana Ivanovic SRB d #16 Julia Goerges GER 6-4, 6-3 Tue

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Ana and Julia driving forehands, Ana driving a backhand, and after match point

*#70 Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez ESP d #22 Shahar Peer ISR 7-5, 6-3 Mon
#25 wc Serena Williams USA d #33 Tsvetana Pironkova BUL 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 Tue

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Serena lining up a forehand, and Tsvetana and Serena driving backhands

    Serena had been sidelined for almost a year due to injury and illness. Serena said: "It's great to be back. Tsvetana is an excellent player—she beat Venus at Wimbledon last year, so I thought if I got through this match it would be very cool.
    "I'm a little rusty but I really enjoy being here and being back on the grass. I'm still just taking it one day at a time." WTA story - AP story

#28 Daniela Hantuchova SVK d #77 q Jie Zheng CHN 6-4, 6-4 Tue
*#74 wc Elena Baltacha GBR d #52 Aravane Rezai FRA 6-2, 6-1 Tue
#29 Ekaterina Makarova RUS d #94 q Mirjana Lucic CRO 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 Tue

Eastbourne, 2nd Rd, Wed 11:30am AP story - WTA story
losers' prize: $8,000 US; points: 60
#3 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS d #25 wc Serena Williams USA 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-5

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Vera's service toss, Serena running down a forehand, Vera driving a backhand, and after match point

    Vera reached break point against Serena 21 times, but scored on only 6 of those occasions; Serena held only 9 break points against Vera, but also converted 6 of them. Vera fired 6 aces with 2 double faults; Serena hit 8 aces, but with 7 DFs. Vera scored 125 points in the match; Serena, 124.

    Vera served for the match 3 times in the final set: while leading 5-2, 5-4, and 6-5. Vera said: "It’s never easy against Serena. She’s a great fighter and she came up with some great shots at the very important moments. I kept fighting and I’m really happy I won it."

    Serena had been sidelined for almost a year prior to this tourney due to injury and illness. Serena said: "It was a good two matches for me... I couldn’t be happier with the amount of tennis I played so it’s good, just keep going. I haven’t played in almost a year so I’m a little sore. But it’s good that I’m sore now because hopefully next week I won’t be as sore. [The foot] is holding up really well and I’m just really excited about that."

    Serena still leads Vera 6-2 in career matches. Their only previous meeting on a chlorophyll court was last year in the final at Wimbledon, when Serena defeated Vera, 6-3, 6-2.

*#28 Daniela Hantuchova SVK d #4 s2 Na Li CHN 7-6(7), 6-3

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Daniela serving, Na driving a forehand, and Daniela following one

    Na said: "I’m still happy I play two matches in here. Still have three days until Wimbledon, so of course now hard working and prepare [to get] ready for Wimbledon."

    Daniela tweeted: "Hello from Eastbourne :) I was able to win against Li Na today. The win means a lot to me. All the hard work is paying off.
    "I'm playing Venus tomorrow. Obviously she's such a great champion and it's really nice to see her back! I'm really looking forward to it." Daniela Hantuchova at Twitter

#5 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR d #74 wc Elena Baltacha GBR 6-1, 7-6(0)

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Vika and Elena driving forehand and backhand

*#13 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d #7 s4 Francesca Schiavone ITA 6-3, 6-2
#8 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d #29 Ekaterina Makarova RUS 7-6(8), 7-6(4)
*#9 s6 Marion Bartoli FRA d #5 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR 6-2, 2-0 retired—right groin injury

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Maria Jose and Marion driving backhand and forehand

#10 s7 Samantha Stosur AUS d #55 q Bojana Jovanovski SRB 6-3, 6-2
*#32 Venus Williams USA d #19 Ana Ivanovic SRB 6-3, 6-2

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Ana and Venus driving forehands, and Venus after match point

    Venus said: "Right now I feel that I’m playing very tough and I’m playing well on the big points. These matches have been huge and crucial for me to just get back in the swing of things."

Eastbourne, QFs, Thu 11:30am
losers' prize: $15,100 US; points: 120
Thursday: rain delayed start of play
*#10 s7 Samantha Stosur AUS d #3 s1 Vera Zvonareva RUS 4-6, 7-6(4), 6-4

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Samantha serving, and Vera and Sam driving forehands

*#9 s6 Marion Bartoli FRA d #5 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR 6-2, 2-0 retired
#8 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d #13 Agnieszka Radwanska POL 1-6, 6-2, 7-6(2)

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Petra following a backhand, and Agnieszka about to swat one

#28 Daniela Hantuchova SVK d #32 Venus Williams USA 6-2, 5-7, 6-2

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Daniela serving, Venus driving a forehand, Daniela reaching for a backhand, and after match point

    It was Daniela's first win over Venus in the 11 career matches they have played against each other. Their previous meeting, last year on a Laykold hardcourt in Miami, when Venus defeated Daniela 1-6, 7-5, 6-4, was only the second time that Daniela had ever taken a set from Venus.
    Daniela said: "I was not thinking about our other matches [against Venus] at all. I was just focusing on my game today. I had a good win yesterday [over French Open champ Li Na] and I wanted to build on that. But I still feel there is a lot of room to improve. I'm not where I want to be yet, but I feel like I'm on the right way, which is pretty exciting for me." WTA story - AP story

    High winds made play difficult. Venus said: "The wind didn't make it very predictable, but I give [Daniela] credit for hanging in there. On a day like today, you have to just hang in there."

    About her semifinal opponent, Petra Kvitova, Daniela said: "Petra has a huge serve and a big game. It will be difficult but I have nothing to lose. I already beat three great opponents and had a great time on grass so far. I'm just looking to improve a few things and have fun."

Eastbourne, SFs, Fri 11:30am
losers' prize: $28,100 US; points: 200
Friday: rainout
#8 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d #28 Daniela Hantuchova SVK 7-6(9), 4-2 retired—left abdominal strain ppd-Sat

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Daniela serving, and Petra following a forehand

#9 s6 Marion Bartoli FRA d #10 s7 Samantha Stosur AUS 6-3, 6-1 ppd-Sat

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Samantha about to swat a forehand, and Marion driving one

Eastbourne, Final, Sat 1:30pm+
loser's prize: $52,500 US; points: 320
winner's prize: $98,500 US; points: 470
*#9 s6 Marion Bartoli FRA d #8 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE 6-1, 4-6, 7-5

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Marion serving, Petra and Marion driving backhands, and Marion after winning a point

Eastbourne, Doubles Final, Sat
losers' prize: $16,500 US
winners' prize: $31,000 US
cdr12 s1 Kveta Peschke & Katarina Srebotnik d cdr16 s2 Lisa Raymond & Liezel Huber 6-3, 6-0

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Katarina and Kveta


Eastbourne, Qual Finals, Mon Jun 14 10:30am
losers' prizes: q1 $660 1pt; q2 $1,230 8pts; q3 $2,300 12pts; qualifier 20 points
#94 Mirjana Lucic CRO d #110 Anne Keothavong GBR 7-5, 6-1
*#55 Bojana Jovanovski SRB d #43 Anabel Medina Garrigues ESP 6-2, 6-4
*#80 Tamira Paszek AUT d #58 Sania Mirza IND 6-3, 6-3
#77 Jie Zheng CHN d #82 Melanie Oudin USA 6-1, 6-4

Eastbourne, Withdrawals
#24 Alisa Kleybanova RUS illness

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Ordina Open,  's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

 
tourney time:
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       = US PDT +9 hours

Netherlands News


    's-Hertogenbosch: The main draw for 's-Hertogenbosch has 8 seeds, with no 1st-round byes. Once there were no qualifying rounds; but in 2006 4 qualifiers were added to the main draw.
 

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Latitude: 51.70962 Longitude: 5.420122 goto link for World Wind

Ordina Open venue address: Autotron Rosmalen, Graafsebaan 133 5248 's Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

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2011: On Monday, June 13 at Rosmalen, Dominika Cibulkova volunteered to test whether donuts on a stick are just as tasty as the ordinary garden variety...
's-Hertogenbosch, 1st Rd, Sun-Tue 11am
loser's prize: $1,825 US; points: 1
#2 s1 Kim Clijsters BEL d #47 Monica Niculescu ROU 7-5, 7-5 Mon

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Monica about to slice a backhand, and Kim driving one

#12 s2 Svetlana Kuznetsova RUS d #101 q Arantxa Rus NED 6-2, 6-4 Mon
#18 s3 Yanina Wickmayer BEL d #57 Alberta Brianti ITA 6-4, 6-0 Mon
#21 s4 Flavia Pennetta ITA d #114 Alona Bondarenko UKR 6-4, 6-4 Mon
#23 s5 Dominka Cibulkova SVK d #60 Simona Halep ROU 6-3, 6-0 Sun
*#62 Kimiko Date-Krumm JPN d #26 s6 Maria Kirilenko RUS 7-6(5), 6-2 Mon
#30 s7 Roberta Vinci ITA d #59 Polona Hercog SLO 6-4, 6-2 Tue
*#111 wc Kirsten Flipkens BEL d #34 s8 Klara Zakopalova CZE 6-3, 6-2 Sun
#35 Sara Errani ITA d #184 wc Kiki Bertens NED 7-6(6), 6-1 Tue
#36 Alexandra Dulgheru ROU d #298 q Alison van Uytvanck BEL 7-5, 7-6(7) Mon
*#61 Johanna Larsson SWE d #45 Rebecca Marino CAN 7-5, 7-5 Tue
*#51 Lourdes Dominguez Lino ESP d #48 Anna Chakvetadze RUS 6-4, 6-1 Sun
*#72 Kristina Barrois GER d #50 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova CZE 6-3, 6-2 Mon
#56 Jelena Dokic AUS d #68 Alla Kudryavtseva RUS 6-0, 6-4 Tue

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Jelena's backhand drive

#79 q Romina Oprandi ITA d #99 q Akgul Amanmuradova UZB 6-4, 6-3 Mon
#106 Arantxa Parra Santonja ESP d #234 wc Laura Robson GBR 7-5, 6-3 Mon

's-Hertogenbosch, 2nd Rd, Tue-Wed 11am
loser's prize: $3,100 US; points: 30
*#79 q Romina Oprandi ITA d #2 s1 Kim Clijsters BEL 7-6(5), 6-3 Tue

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Kim and Romina driving backhands, and Kim during her post-match press conference

    During the first point of the second game of the match Kim unfortunately reinjured her right ankle, which she had badly injured in April in an offcourt accident. Although Kim did not take a medical timeout, she appeared tentative for the rest of the match.

    In her post-match press conference, Kim said that she is not sure if she can play next week at Wimbledon. Kim said: "It depends on results from the hospital... It’s the same ankle I injured earlier. I slipped in the first set and it started hurting. I took some medication on the court that helped with pain in my knee but not my ankle." AP story - WTA story

    Romina said: "I think maybe she was not 100 percent, and I tried drop shots. It came out good for me."

#12 s2 Svetlana Kuznetsova RUS d #35 Sara Errani ITA 3-6, 7-6(3), 6-1 Wed
#18 s3 Yanina Wickmayer BEL d #106 Arantxa Parra Santonja ESP 7-6(4), 6(4)-7, 7-5 Wed
*#56 Jelena Dokic AUS d #21 s4 Flavia Pennetta ITA 6-3, 6-4 Wed
#23 s5 Dominka Cibulkova SVK d #72 Kristina Barrois GER 6-0, 6-1 Wed
#30 s7 Roberta Vinci ITA d #36 Alexandra Dulgheru ROU 6-2, 6-1 Wed
#62 Kimiko Date-Krumm JPN d #51 Lourdes Dominguez Lino ESP 7-6(3), 6-0 Tue

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Kimiko driving a forehand

#61 Johanna Larsson SWE d #111 wc Kirsten Flipkens BEL 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 Wed

's-Hertogenbosch, QFs, Thu 11am
loser's prize: $5,625 US; points: 70
#23 s5 Dominka Cibulkova SVK d #12 s2 Svetlana Kuznetsova RUS 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 Thu-rain-Fri cC m2

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Svetlana and Dominika driving backhands on Thursday

*#30 s7 Roberta Vinci ITA d #18 s3 Yanina Wickmayer BEL 6-4, 6-4
#56 Jelena Dokic AUS d #61 Johanna Larsson SWE 7-6(2), 6-4

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Johanna and Jelena driving backhands

*#79 q Romina Oprandi ITA d #62 Kimiko Date-Krumm JPN 7-6(3), 6-4
's-Hertogenbosch, SFs, Fri 11am
loser's prize: $10,400 US; points: 130
#56 Jelena Dokic AUS d #79 q Romina Oprandi ITA 6-4, 2-0 retired—left wrist injury

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Romina volleying a backhand and Jelena driving one

*#30 s7 Roberta Vinci ITA d #23 s5 Dominka Cibulkova SVK 7-5, 6-1

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Roberta and Dominika driving forehand and backhand, and Roberta after match point

's-Hertogenbosch, Final, Sat noon
loser's prize: $19,000 US; points: 200
winner's prize: $37,000 US; points: 280
#30 s7 Roberta Vinci ITA d #56 Jelena Dokic AUS 6(7)-7, 6-3, 7-5

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Roberta and Jelena driving forehand and backhand, and Roberta after match point

's-Hertogenbosch, Doubles Final, Fri 12:30pm+
loser's prize: $5,750 US
winner's prize: $11,000 US
cdr90 s4 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova & Klara Zakopalova d Flavia Pennetta & Dominika Cibulkova 1-6, 6-4, (10-7)

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Domi and Flavia, and Barbora & Klara


's-Hertogenbosch, Qual Finals, Sun Jun 13 11am
#79 Romina Oprandi ITA d #107 Sandra Zahlavova CZE 6-1, 6-4
*#298 Alison van Uytvanck BEL d #95 Vesna Dolonts RUS 6-3, 6-1
*#101 Arantxa Rus NED d #98 Coco Vandeweghe USA 6-4, 6-4
#99 Akgul Amanmuradova UZB d #108 Anastasia Yakimova BLR 1-3 retired

's-Hertogenbosch, Withdrawals
#53 Iveta Benesova CZE illness
#63 Dinara Safina RUS low back injury

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    (Jun 6, 2011) Former WTA #1 and 2010 Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has announced she will play at Wimbledon this year (tourney start: June 20th), and also will accept a wild card entry into next week's warm-up tourney at Eastbourne. Serena has been sidelined for almost a year, first by a cut tendon in her foot after stepped on broken glass in a restaurant, then by a blood clot in her lungs. In a statement, Serena said: "I am so excited to be healthy enough to compete again. These past 12 months have been extremely tough and character building." NYT story

from Hard Courts by John Feinstein (page 297):

    The women have played a Wimbledon warm-up tournament at Eastbourne since the nineteenth century, after all these years still playing at the same site, Devonshire Park.

    Eastbourne is two hours southeast of London, an easy train ride or a harrowing drive along narrow country roads. It sits on the English Channel and is the English version of St. Petersburg [Florida], a small resort town where a substantial part of the population is over the age of seventy.
    Devonshire Park is a two-hundred-yard walk from the beach, a veritable melting pot of the tennis world. The old is very much in evidence: the north stand, which was built in 1881, is often filled with septuagenarians who have been coming here for as long as anyone can remember. Towering oak trees rise up behind the north stand and sea gulls often swoop by noisily, distracting the players.
    Two things make Eastbourne different than other tournaments. First, it is a six-day tournament, ending Saturday...

    The second thing that makes Eastbourne unique is the player party. Every tennis tournament in the world has a player party. On the women's tour, WTA public relations and marketing people as well as their counterparts at Kraft and Virginia Slims usually spend the first few days at each tournament trying to round up players to come to the party. For the players, one more party with one more group of sponsors telling them how wonderful they are is boring, a time-waster. They understand they have to do their share to keep these people happy, but they don't enjoy it very much.
    Eastbourne is different because of the talent show. The players--even Navratilova--show up because they expect the show to be funny. The person most responsible for making it funny every year is Elsie Burgin, director, writer, and star.
    This year's [1990's] show was built around a mock game show...

    ...Most of this was very inside humor. If you weren't part of the women's tour in some way, the jokes meant little. [Sophie] Amiach broke the crowd up with her Stefano Capriati imitation: "I deserve the credit," she said. "I produce the child. I teach the child. I coach the child. I am the star." To his credit, Stefano Capriati laughed as hard as anyone...

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